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3 ORANGE COAST COLLEGE CLASS SCHEDULE SUMMER Admissions & Registration Information - 24 Hours online orangecoastcollege.edu or Phone: (714) Orange Coast College has 4, 6, 7 & 8-week classes Courses run from June 15 - August 15 Application process continues through June 29 March REGISTRATION APPOINTMENTS ON MyOCC April REGISTRATION BEGINS May 25...NO CLASSES MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY June SUMMER SESSION BEGINS July 3... NO CLASSES INDEPENDENCE DAY OBSERVED August LAST DAY OF SUMMER TERM ADMISSIONS Admissions Office Hours: Mon.-Tues., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wed.-Thurs., 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m. to noon Phone: (714) Admissions Application: orangecoastcollege.edu and Click on Apply Now New and returning students who were not enrolled in Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 must apply for the summer session in order to obtain a registration appointment. Students enrolled in the Spring 2015 semester will be given a registration appointment in mid-march via MyOCC. Please DO NOT re-apply to OCC if you enrolled in Spring To be eligible to attend the summer session, a student must be at least 18 years old or a high school graduate. High school students may attend if they have completed the 10th grade and have the approval of their parents and their high school principal. Permission forms and the admissions application are available on the College website at edu. Contact the Answer Center for additional information. High school students are required to submit an Early Start Petition (ESP) after admission to the college. The ESP is available online.

4 4 Orange Coast College MyOCC: Your One-Stop Website MyOCC is your one-stop website that connects you to the Online Class Schedule, Registration, Grades, Blackboard Vista and Announcements, as well as many other features. You also can access your Coast Community College District student G-mail account which is used for all official forms of communication from the College. You can log into MyOCC from any computer with an Internet connection and Web browser (Internet Explorer/Firefox/Google Chrome). MyOCC works on PC and Mac computers. STEP ONE: Go to MyCoast.cccd.edu Enter your user name (New users will receive their user name once their application has been processed.) Enter your temporary Password (Your Date-of-Birth in MMDDYY format, i.e. February 1, 1989 would be entered as ). STEP TWO: STEP THREE: STEP FOUR: It will say password expired. Create a new password. Submit your address and validate the address to ensure the password reset functionality. Click on Student Tab, then click Registration Status and Checklist. For more information, see the MyOCC reference guide on the OCC website at Enrollment Center > MyOCC Reference Guide.

5 SUMMER When is my registration appointment? 1. Click on the Student tab. 2. Under Registration Tools click on Registration Status. 3. Select a term (ex: OCC Summer 2015) then click Submit. 4. Your Registration appointment will appear (from date is your appointment time). You can register anytime on or after this date and time, up until the term starts. How do I register for courses? 1. Click on the Student tab. 2. Click on Add or Drop Classes. 3. Select a term (ex: OCC Summer 2015) then Submit. 4. Enter Course Reference Numbers (CRNs) from the printed Class Schedule then Finalize Add/Drop. If you do not have the printed Class Schedule, you can click on Class Search to search the online class schedule, or enter your search criteria then select Class Search. If you use the class search function, click in the checkbox next to the course for which you want to register, then click Register to submit the course for registration. You also may click on Add to Worksheet to add it to the worksheet and continue searching for classes. If you encounter an error while trying to register, click on the HELP link for an explanation of the error. 5. Verify your registration then click on Pay Now to pay your fees. Fees are due immediately at the time of registration. 6. Verify your fees then click on Pay Now to pay by credit card. If paying by check or money order, payment must be received within 5 days. Send payment to the Enrollment Center in the amount stated. Write your student ID number on the check/money order. 7. Enter the credit card type, card number, expiration date and billing address then click on Submit Payment. 8. Verify the information entered then click on Okay to Submit Payment. 9. Wait until the payment has been verified by the bank. 10. Print your program receipt by clicking on the Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill) link on the Student tab. This is the best way to confirm your add or drop request, and verify your enrollment. To purchase a parking permit go online to MyOCC and click on the Purchase a OCC Parking Decal link in the Quick Links box on the home tab. Computers are available in the Enrollment Center, Watson Hall, the Library and the Computer Center.

6 6 Orange Coast College How do I waitlist a closed class? 1. On or after your scheduled appointment day/time log in to MyOCC and select Add or Drop Classes on the Student tab. 2. Go through the same process you normally would to register for the class but when you get the registration add errors message, select the Waitlisted option from the drop down then click Finalize Add/Drop. 3. Print your Student Class Program to verify your add to the waitlist (click on the link that says Student Class Program on the registration screen. 4. MAKE SURE TO CHECK YOUR MyOCC STUDENT ACCOUNT ON A REGULAR BASIS, AT LEAST TWICE A DAY (Morning and Evening)! Waitlist notifications are sent out 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. How do I drop a class? 1. Click on the Student tab. 2. Click on Add or Drop Classes. 3. Select a term (ex: OCC Summer 2015) then Submit. 4. Click on the drop down arrow next to the course you want to drop, select the drop option from the list, then Finalize Add/Drop. *** If you encounter a registration error while trying to drop, click on the HELP link for an explanation of the error. 5. Verify your drop by printing your student program Student Class Program-Web Schedule Bill link on the Student tab of MyOCC. Only classes that you are still registered in should appear on your student program. Make sure you pay attention to the state-mandated deadline dates!

7 SUMMER How do I check my account and/or pay fees? 1. Click on the Student tab. 2. Click on the term you want to review/pay (ex: OCC Summer 2015). 3. Click on Credit Card Payment to pay fees. 4. Select a term (ex: OCC Summer 2015) Submit. 5. Enter the credit card type, card number, expiration date, and billing address, then click Submit Payment. 6. Verify the information entered, then click on Continue 7. Wait until the payment has been verified by the bank. Make sure to print your program receipt to verify payment. How do I print a student class program/class printout? 1. Click on the Student tab. 2. Click on Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill) in the Other Resources box. 3. On the next page, select the Registration Term (ex: OCC Summer 2015) then click Submit. 4. On the following page, click Print Page in the top left corner of the page. * NOTE: Always print a Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill) to verify adds, drops, fee balances and deadlines.

8 8 Orange Coast College How do I buy a parking decal? 1. Click on the Home tab. 2. Click on the Purchase a OCC Parking Decal link in the Quick Links box. 3. Follow the instructions to order your parking decal, which will be mailed to you. Student Responsibility It s your responsibility to make sure you adhere to state-mandated drop deadlines and deadlines for fee payment. Check your MyOCC page and your CCCD accounts often for important updates and information! Your CCCD account and message boards are the official communication methods that instructors and staff will use to send you important information.

9 SUMMER REGISTRATION Records/Registration Office Hours: Mon. - Tues. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. - Thurs. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Fri. - 9 a.m. - noon Hours subject to change. Check online or call the Answer Center: (714) Registration for Summer Session classes is by appointment via the online MyOCC website account assigned to each student. Continuing, new and returning students will receive their appointments on their MyOCC account in mid-march. All English, ESL and math prerequisites must be met by assessment or by submitting a transcript with a Prerequisite Equivalency Form to the Enrollment Center, located on the 1st floor of Watson Hall. Registration Restrictions Students are not permitted to enroll in: More than 9 units without special permission from the Counseling Office. Courses that overlap in time. Two sections of the same course. Any course in which the student has received any combination of two or more grades of W, D, F, NP or NC. A course in which an I grade of incomplete has been assigned. Any class for which the prerequisite has not been satisfied. Prerequisites and Co-requsites OCC enforces prerequisites and co-requsites at the time of registration. It is the students responsibility to determine if a course they wish to take has a prerequisite prior to their assigned registration appointment. To determine if a course has a prerequisite, go to the online class schedule, click the CRN number of the course and the prerequisite/ co-requisite information will display. Students who have completed a course at another college/university that is equivalent to a prerequisite at OCC must submit a pre/ co-requisite course equivalency form to the Enrollment Services Office. In order to avoid registration difficulty, students must submit the form no later than 30 days prior to their registration date. Students who wish to challenge a prerequisite based on previous experience or knowledge must visit the respective division office to obtain and complete a Challenge Form. Students may be cleared in the registration system for enforced prerequisites and co-requisites in one of four ways: 1. Successfully completing the pre/corequisite at Orange Coast College. 2. Placing into the course via a California Community College placement test (if applicable). 3. Successfully completing the equivalent pre/co-requisite with a C or better at another regionally accredited college/ university and submitting transcripts to verify successful completion. Students may submit unofficial transcripts for prerequisite and co-requisite clearance only but must submit official transcripts if they wish to receive course credit/units. Students, who believe that they have completed the OCC course prerequisite/co-requisite at another college, should submit a Pre/Corequisite Equivalency Form along with their transcripts to Student Records (Enrollment Center,1st Floor, Watson Hall) 30 days prior to their registration appointment. 4. Submitting a Pre/Co-requisite Challenge to the respective division office in accordance with the Matriculation guidelines established by the State of California. Register For Classes You will register for classes on the date and time of their registration appointment using MyOCC. Students may register any time after their appointment but not before. If the class a student wishes to take is closed (full), they may waitlist the class, if available. If waitlisting is not available for the class a student is interested in, they are encouraged to check the online schedule to see if it might reopen. Beginning the first week of the class, the MyOCC registration system will ask for an Add Authorization Code (AAC) in order to enroll. Students should attend the first class meeting and ask the instructor for an add permit that lists the AAC. If the instructor gives the add permit, students must follow the instructions on the form to register. See the Registration Information section of the schedule for complete registration instructions. FEES Fees are due immediately at the time of registration. Failure to pay fees may cause students to be dropped from classes for non-payment. The fees for summer are as follows: Enrollment Fee: $46 per unit (fees subject to change) Health Fee: $15* College Services Charge: $16* Parking Fee: $15 Non-Resident Students: Non-Resident Students pay the Non-Resident fee of $200 per unit, Capital Outlay Fee of $31 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee of $46 per unit. *See the Tuition and Fees Information on the Fees page under Enrollment Center/Registration on the OCC Website for waiver eligibility. Student Photo ID Card: No Charge This card is required for participation in campus activities and services. Students must go inperson to the Enrollment Center in Watson Hall to secure their ID Card. Students must present their student class program (Web Schedule Bill) and a valid government picture ID. All fees must be paid in full.

10 10 Orange Coast College REFUND POLICY Refund policy is subject to change. Please see the current refund policy on the OCC website. In Accordance with California State Regulations and Coast District Policy, registration fees will be refunded according to the following: Enrollment fees, Non-Resident Fees, Material Fees: 100% refund of fees paid at registration for each class dropped by the refund deadline. No refund will be made after the refund deadline. There are no exceptions. Health Fee, College Service Charge: 100% of the fees paid at registration will be refunded if the student totally withdraws from all classes by the refund deadline for each class. No refund will be made after the refund deadline. There are no exceptions. Parking Permit: Return the parking permit (if purchased) in-person or by mail. The Parking Permit must be postmarked or returned to the Enrollment Center (Registration Office) on or before the earliest refund deadline on your official Student Class Program, which is available via the Student Tab on your MyOCC portal. To be eligible for a refund: Students must officially withdraw from classes by the refund deadline. (Refer to the Student Class Program/Web Schedule Bill on the Student tab of the MyOCC portal page or see Dates to Remember.) It is the student s responsibility to officially withdraw from classes by the refund deadline and verify all withdrawls by printing the Student Class Program/Web Schedule Bill. An instructor may drop students for non-attendance. Instructors are not responsible for dropping students prior to the refund deadline. Students who are officially enrolled in a class after the refund deadline will not be eligible for a refund. There are no exceptions. Refund Processing: Refunds will be automatically processed weekly beginning the first week of registration of the semester in which the fees were paid and each week thereafter until the end of the term. Official withdrawals made in accordance with the refund policy and by the withdrawal deadline will generate a credit balance on the student account. Online Credit Card Payment Refunds: Registration fee payments made by credit card through MyOCC will be refunded to the same credit cards used for payment. Allow 6-10 business days for the refund to post. If the Credit Card used to pay fees is no longer valid, it is the student s responsibility to notify the Enrollment Center once the credit has been posted to the student s account and prior to the refund being processed. The refund will be processed through Higher One Bank upon proper notification. On Campus Payment Refunds: Fee payment posted on campus by cash, check, money order, credit cards will be refunded through Higher One as either a check, mailed to the mailing address the Enrollment Center has on file, direct deposit to an existing bank account or to a Higher One account depending on the refund choice made by the student. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain correct and up-to-date address information. Addresses can be updated on MyOCC, under the Student Tab, and then click on Banner Self Service. All enrolled students will receive a packet from Higher One. This will include a Personal Code and My Coast Colleges debit card. Use the Personal Code to select your refund preference. Note: The card is not an active debit card unless a Higher One checking account is opened. For more information see the Higher One Q&A at Important: Payments made using multiple payment methods (online credit card payments and cash, check or money order) during the current registration periods will be refunded to the credit card used for online payments. Prior to the start of the term Fees are due IMMEDIATELY at the time of registration. Orange Coast College does not bill for registration fees. If payments are not received by the fee payment deadlines (see class schedule for non-payment drop schedule), students MAY BE DROPPED from classes to make seats available for other students seeking to register. It is the student s responsibility to withdraw from classes by the refund deadline to ensure cancellation of fees. Start of term (June 15, 2015) Students who are enrolled in classes when the term begins, and have not paid fees, WILL NOT be dropped for non-payment. Students will incur a financial obligation to the college AND a hold will be placed on their record if payment is not received or they do not drop prior to the refund deadline. Once the term has started: Students who register for classes after the term begins WILL NOT be dropped for non-payment. Students will incur a financial obligation to the college AND a hold will be placed on their record if payment is not received. This hold will block future registration (adds, drops), obtaining transcripts, grades, diplomas, or verification of enrollment until all fees are paid. IMPORTANT: Students are responsible for any fees incurred and grades received. It is the student s responsibility to drop classes by the State mandated refund deadline to avoid fee obligations and must print a student class program(available via MyOCC)to verify their withdrawal. Non-Payment Drop Schedule: Students, who have not paid their account balance in full, may be dropped for non-payment of fees as follows: May 7, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between April 13 and April 30 May 11, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 1 and May 4 May 18, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 4 and May 11 May 21, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 8 and May 14 May 28, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 15 and May 21 June 1, 2015(Noon): For Registration between May 22 and May 25 June 4, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 26 and May 28 June 8, 2015 (Noon): For Registration between May 29 and June 1 June 12, 2015 (Noon): Final Drop for non-payment for Summer 2015 classes beginning the week of June 15th. Any registration that has occurred up to 12 noon on June 12 and not been paid will be dropped for non-payment. Any registration that occurs after 12 noon on June 12 for classes beginning the week of June 15 will not be dropped for non-payment. Students that enroll are responsible for paying their fees or withdrawing from classes prior to the refund deadline to cancel fees. June 19, 2015 (Noon): Final Drop for non-payment for Summer 2015 classes beginning the week of June 22nd. Any registration that has occurred up to 12 noon on June 19 and not been paid will be dropped for non-payment. Any registration that occurs after 12 noon on June 19 for classes beginning the week of June 22 will not be dropped for non-payment. Students that enroll are responsible for paying their fees or withdrawing from classes prior to the refund deadline to cancel fees. Drop for Non-Payment Schedule is subject to change. Please refer to the OCC website for the up to date schedule.

11 Orange Coast College SUMMER SUMMER CLASSES BY LENGTH 4 weeks beginning June 15 ARCH A102 - Intro to Environmental Studies (3 Units) pm-9:10pm MTWTh TECHCT 152 Carey M ARCH A162-3-D Modeling: Rhino 1 (2 Units) pm-6:05pm TWTh TECHCT 155 Fuchs Jr S 6:05pm-9pm TWTh TECHCT 155 Fuchs Jr S BUS A100 - Intro to Business (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh BUS ED 108 Gordon L CRN #11087 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first day of classes hrs 15 min/wk arr. Online Beau L BUS A100H - Intro Business Honors (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh BUS ED 108 Gordon L CMST A100 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh LIT&LN 146 Monahan G am-2:15pm TWTh LIT&LN 148 Carroll K :30pm-8:40pm MTWTh LIT&LN 146 Monahan G CMST A155 - Intercultural Communication (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh MATH W 151 Barta N CHT A100 - Comp Use in Technology (3 Units) pm-10:15pm TWTh TECHCT 201 Borkenhagen B COUN A104 - Career/Life Planng:Holistic (3 Units) am-12:10pm MTWTh WATSON 242 Mucino P RSPC A192 - Clinical 2 (3 Units) hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Legacy D THEA A100 - Introduction to Theatre (3 Units) am-12:10pm MTWTh MUS 101 Corley C THEA A105 - Drama and Acting (3 Units) am-12:10pm MTWTh DRAMA 102 Golson C 6 weeks beginning June 15 ACCT A102 - Managerial Accounting (4 Units) :30am-1pm MTWTh CHEM 207 Neil J ACCT A110 - Accounting Info Sys 1 (3 Units) :30pm-4:30pm MW BUS ED 109 Johnson D 6 hrs/wk arr. BUS ED 109 Johnson D :30pm-9:30pm MW BUS ED 109 Johnson D 6 hrs/wk arr. BUS ED 109 Johnson D ART A107 - Introduction to Art (3 Units) :30am-10:35am MTWTh BIO SC 200 Schriefer C ART A110 - Color & Design: 2-D (3 Units) :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 315 Dowling T 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 315 Dowling T ART A120 - Beginning Drawing (3 Units) :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 325 Plunkett A 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 325 Plunkett A ART A121 - Life Drawing 1 (3 Units) pm-2:15pm MTW ART CT 325 Topping H 2:15pm-7pm MTW ART CT 325 Topping H ART A150 - Ceramics 1 (3 Units) :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K :15pm-2:15pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 2:15pm-5:30pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K ART A151 - Ceramics 2 (3 Units) :15pm-2:15pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 2:15pm-5:30pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K BIOL A221 - Anatomy-Physiology (4 Units) Students enrolled in this Biol A221 lecture must also enroll in the Biol A221 lab, # am-11:05am MTWTh BIO SC 102 Russell G Baker C :30am-2:30pm MTW BIO SC 106 Russell G Baker C BUS A110 - Business Law (3 Units) :15am-12:30pm TTh BUS ED 104 Hostetler S pm-10:15pm MW BUS ED 104 Causey D BUS A134 - Excel 1 (2 Units) CRN #11540 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Grane B BUS A139 - Business Communication (3 Units) CRN #11702 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first day of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Scane D CHEM A130 - Preparation for Gen Chemistry (4 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A130 lab, # pm-5:05pm MTWTh CHEM 219 Frechen R :25pm-5:55pm TWTh CHEM 126 Frechen R 5:55pm-8:25pm TWTh CHEM 126 Frechen R CHIN A180 - Elementary Chinese 1 (5 Units) pm-9:30pm MTWTh LIT&LN 215 Satow J CMST A100 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm MW LIT&LN 117 Odasso D :30am-12:45pm TTh MATH W 169 Ith P pm-9:15pm MW BUS ED 103 Malinis B CMST A110 - Public Speaking (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh LIT&LN 117 De Surra C :30am-12:45pm MW BUS ED 103 Smith D am-1:15pm TTh SO SCI 103 Anderson C am-2:15pm MW LIT&LN 244 Coco F am-2:15pm TTh LIT&LN 244 Coco F :30pm-4:45pm MW LIT&LN 116 Polk S :30pm-5:45pm TTh LIT&LN 245 Anderson C pm-9:15pm TTh BUS ED 102 Staff CMST A220 - Essentials of Argumentation (3 Units) am-12:15pm MW SO SCI 105 Polk S pm-9:15pm TTh BUS ED 104 Davari S CIS A111 - Intro Computer Info Sys (3 Units) am-11am MTW BUS ED 109 Barvarz P 11am-12pm MTW BUS ED 109 Barvarz P CIS A123 - Intro Web Page Design (2 Units) CRN #11633 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Barvarz P 3 hrs/wk arr. Online Barvarz P CIS A134 - Excel 1 (2 Units) CRN #11541 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Grane B CS A170 - Java Programming 1 (4 Units) am-10:25am MTWTh BUS ED 110 Gilbert S 10:25am-11:30am MTWTh BUS ED 110 Gilbert S DANC A101 - Modern Dance 1 (1.5 Units) :30am-9:05am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S 9:05am-10:35am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S DANC A102 - Modern Dance 2 (1.5 Units) :30am-9:05am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S 9:05am-10:35am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S DANC A108 - Pilates Mat Work (1 Unit) am-9:25am MTWTh DANC C Wilson A 9:25am-10:15am MTWTh DANC C Wilson A DANC A111 - Ballet 2 (1.5 Units) :45am-11:20am MTWTh DANC C Costas J 11:20am-12:50pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A121 - Jazz Dance 2 (1.5 Units) pm-1:35pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J 1:35pm-3:05pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J Courses that are non-credit or not degree applicable are designated as such in capital letters at the end of the course description. Courses with no designation apply toward the Associate Degree. COURSE TRANSFERABILITY: A course designated as Transfer Credit: CSU or CSU/UC is transferable under one or more of the following three categories. 1. Lower Division Major Requirements 2. General Education Requirements 3. Elective units. Students are advised to discuss their educational goal with an academic counselor. Questions regarding course transferability can be answered in the Transfer Center. CLASS SCHEDULE INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE - CHECK THE OCC WEB SITE OFTEN FOR UPDATES TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED SCHEDULE INFORMATION.

12 12 Orange Coast College SUMMER 2015 DANC A125 - Tap 1 (1 Unit) pm-5:25pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G 5:25pm-6:15pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G DANC A133 - Introduction to World Dance (1.5 Units) :45am-11:20am MTWTh DANC C Costas J 11:20am-12:50pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A142 - Folk Dance (1.5 Units) pm-1:35pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J 1:35pm-3:05pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A149 - Hip-Hop Dance I (1 Unit) :15pm-3:35pm MTWTh DANC B Groenewold Z 3:35pm-4:30pm MTWTh DANC B Groenewold Z DANC A174 - Tap Dance Basics (1 Unit) pm-5:25pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G 5:25pm-6:15pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G DMAD A115 - Letter/Digitl Typogrphy (4 Units) am-10:15am MTWTh ART CT 212 Cox S 10:15am-3pm MTWTh ART CT 212 Cox S DMAD A181 - Intro to Computer Graphics (3 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the DMAD A181 lab, # :30pm-6:30pm MTW ART CT 216 Olivera N :40pm-9:40pm MTW ART CT 215 Olivera N DMAD A190 - Illus w/adobe Illustr 1 (4 Units) am-10:15am MTWTh ART CT 215 Measures J 10:15am-3pm MTWTh ART CT 215 Measures J ECOL A100 - Human Ecology (3 Units) pm-9pm MTW BIO SC 200 Goerrissen J FILM A100 - Hist & Apprec. of the Cinema (3 Units) :30pm-3:30pm TWTh FA 119 Hall W FILM A155 - Television Production 1 (3 Units) :30am-11:30am TWTh ART CT 143 Hulstrom K 11:30am-3:30pm TWTh ART CT 143 Hulstrom K FSM A160 - Sanitation & Safety (3 Units) CRN #11228 is online. After enrolling, students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes for instructions to begin. Mandatory ServSafe exam on campus, Tuesday, July hrs/wk arr. Online Cooper B FN A170 - Nutrition (3 Units) pm-4:10pm MW ALH SC 104 Grace V CRN #11432 is online with an on campus final exam. Date to be determined. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Demarchi J GRMN A180 - Elementary German 1 (5 Units) pm-9:30pm MTWTh LIT&LN 245 Kuzay F MRSC A100L - Oceanography (1 Unit) pm-4:20pm TTh LEWIS 104 Blasius M :30pm-9:50pm TTh LEWIS 104 Reyes J MATH A030 - Intermediate Algebra (4 Units) pm-9pm MTWTh MATH W 153 Livingston T MATH A115 - College Algebra (4 Units) am-12pm MTWTh MATH W 149 Sam T pm-9pm MTWTh MATH W 141 Muir R PHIL A150 - Critical Reasoning & Writing (3 Units) :30pm-9:45pm TTh FA 119 Monge M PSCI A180 - American Government (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm MW SCIENC HALL Marcina V SPAN A180 - Elementary Spanish 1 (5 Units) :30am-12pm MTWTh LIT&LN 215 Keith A THEA A120 - Drama Rehearse/Perform Begin (3 Units) pm-6:40pm MTWThF DRAMA 101 Bruno T 6:40pm-10:10pm MTWThF DRAMA 101 Bruno T 8 weeks beginning June 15 ACCT A101 - Financial Accounting (4 Units) :30pm-10pm MTTh SCIENC HALL Morgan A ARCH A155 - BIM 1 for Architecture (2 Units) pm-8:05pm MW TECHCT 151 Itzen W 8:05pm-10:15pm MW TECHCT 151 Itzen W AMT A162 - Airframe Asmbly/Rig/ECS FAA (3 Units) :30pm-6:35pm MTWTh SKL CT 105 Kimball D 6:35pm-8:55pm MTWTh SKL CT 110 Kimball D AMT A163 - Arfrm Hyd & Lndg Gear FAA (4.5 Units) am-8:05am MTWTh SKL CT 105 Carter J 8:25am-12:25pm MTWTh SKL CT 110 Carter J BIOL A185 - Diversity of Organisms (5 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Biol A185 lab, # am-12:25pm MTWTh BIO SC 204 Wright J :15pm-1:50pm MTWTh BIO SC 206 Wright J 1:50pm-4:25pm MTWTh BIO SC 206 Wright J BIOL A220 - Human Anatomy (5 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in a Biol A220 lab, #11629 or # :40pm-2:05pm MTWTh BIO SC 200 Parsell J s am-12:10pm MTWTh BIO SC 108 Parsell J :30pm-5:40pm MTWTh BIO SC 108 Madsen B CHEM A110 - Introduction to Chemistry (5 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A110 lab, # am-10:05am MTWTh BIO SC 100 Staff :15am-10:50am TTh CHEM 129 Staff 10:50am-1:25pm TTh CHEM 129 CHEM A185 - General Chemistry B (5 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A185 lab # am-9:25am MTWTh CHEM 219 Gonzales S :40am-10:15am MTWTh CHEM 118 Gonzales S 10:15am-12:50pm MTWTh CHEM 118 Gonzales S DMS A167 - Clinical Experience 2 (5 Units) hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Reber-Bonhall C ENGL A099 - Fund of Composition (3 Units) am-12:15pm TTh C&L 110 Beld S pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 115 Silva J pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 117 Schulze M pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 117 Lazzara N ENGL A100 - Freshman Composition (3 Units) am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 221 Leonard N am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 245 Bradley M am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 101 Gressier P am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 224 Brunner J pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 245 Ayad N pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 215 Palmer K pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 221 Dowling L :30pm-9:45pm MW LIT&LN 145 Mandelkern M pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 115 Lemon W pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 117 Staff ENGL A101 - Critical Thinking/Rdg/Wrtg Lit (4 Units) am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Rangno E am-12:15pm TTh C&L 111 Leonard N pm-10:15pm MW BUS ED 102 Brewer J pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Zuidervaart G ENGL A102 - Critical Reasoning:Nonfiction (3 Units) CRN #11647 is approximately 50% on campus and 50% online. Students must meet on campus every Monday, 1-5 p.m. in Lit&Ln 224. The remainder of the course is completed online. occ.cccd.edu pm-5pm M LIT&LN 224 Kennedy M 5 hrs/wk arr. Online Kennedy M ESL A031 - Listen & Speak Skills 2 (3 Units) :15pm-5:30pm TTh LIT&LN 115 Barton L ESL A035 - Grammar, Read & Write 3 (7 Units) am-1:05pm MTWTh LIT&LN 145 Bucholtz C ESL A055 - Grammar, Read & Write 4 (6 Units) am-12:15pm MTWTh LIT&LN 115 Salim L ESL A060 - Composition & Reading 1 (3 Units) am-12:10pm MW LIT&LN 116 Yue A 9am-12:10pm TTh LIT&LN 222 Yue A :30pm-8:40pm MW LIT&LN 116 Civen I 5:30pm-8:40pm TTh LIT&LN 222 Civen I ESL A099 - Composition & Reading 2 (3 Units) am-12:10pm MW LIT&LN 222 Walker L 9am-12:10pm TTh LIT&LN 116 Walker L :30pm-8:40pm MW LIT&LN 222 Cervantes M 5:30pm-8:40pm TTh LIT&LN 116 Cervantes M FILM A104 - Great Directors of Cine (3 Units) pm-10:10pm MW FA 119 Valley S FILM A110 - Video Workshop (3 Units) am-12:30pm MW ART CT 136 Forssell E 12:30pm-2:15pm MW ART CT 136 Forssell E FILM A150 - Introduction to Radio, TV, Film (3 Units) CRN #11625 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Hart J FN A140 - Intro Nutrition Concept (2 Units) am-11:25am MW JOURN 105 Pittman R 11:25am-1:10pm MW JOURN 105 Pittman R GEOL A105 - General Geology (3 Units) am-12:10pm MW CHEM 214 Bender E GEOL A105L - General Geology (1 Unit) am-12:10pm TTh LEWIS 108 Bender E pm-4:10pm TTh LEWIS 108 Bender E :30pm-9:40pm MW LEWIS 108 Staff MACH A100 - Intro to Machine Shop (3 Units) am-10:15am MTW TECHCT 210 Cervantes A 10:15am-12:30pm MTW TECHCT 111 Cervantes A MRSC A100 - Oceanography (3 Units) CRN #11337 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Blasius M CRN #11631 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Ellis R MATH A010 - Elementary Algebra (4 Units) :30pm-2:35pm MTWTh MATH W 141 Shannon K pm-8:05pm MTWTh MATH W 145 Shannon K MATH A030 - Intermediate Algebra (4 Units) :30pm-2:35pm MTWTh MATH W 151 Arismendi-Pardi

13 Orange Coast College SUMMER MATH A170 - Precalculus (4 Units) am-11:35am MTWTh MATH W 142 Voicu M :30pm-3:05pm MTWTh MATH W 145 Voicu M MATH A180 - Calculus 1 (4 Units) am-11:35am MTWTh MATH W 146 Muir R MUS A115 - Fundamentals of Music (3 Units) :30am-12:40pm TTh MUS 106 Wheaton D CRN #11463 is 100% online. After enrolling, students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes for instructions to begin hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Pile R MUS A116 - Basic Guitar (2 Units) :15am-11:40am MW MUS 109 Murdy D 11:40am-1:25pm MW MUS 109 Murdy D MUS A141 - Piano 1 (1 Unit) am-10am TTh MUS 105 Hung E 10am-11:05am TTh MUS 105 Hung E :15am-12:15pm TTh MUS 105 Hung E 12:15pm-1:20pm TTh MUS 105 Hung E MUS A145 - Voice 1 (1 Unit) am-11am MW MUS 105 Smelser N 11am-12:05pm MW MUS 105 Smelser N NDT A117 - Clinical Experience 2 (3 Units) hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Banoczi W PHOT A120 - Introduction to Photography (3 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in a Phot A120 lab, CRN #11341 or # :05am-12:10pm MW ART CT 208 Gillissen B s am-10am MW ART CT 221 Gillissen B 5 hrs/wk arr. ART CT 221 Gillissen B :15pm-2:15pm MW ART CT 221 Gillissen B 5 hrs/wk arr. ART CT 221 Gillissen B PHOT A125 - Imaging with Photoshop 1 (3 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Phot A125 lab, # am-12:05pm MW FA 113 Mccall L :15pm-4:30pm MW FA 113 Mccall L PHYS A110 - Conceptual Physics (3 Units) pm-5:10pm TTh LEWIS 205 Faridi A pm-9:10pm TTh LEWIS 205 Faridi A PHYS A120 - Algebra Based Physics: Mech (4 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Phys A120 lab, # :30am-12:35pm MW LEWIS 206 Drum S 9:30am-10:35am TTh LEWIS 206 Drum S :45am-12:50pm TTh LEWIS 206 Staff PHYS A185 - Calculus Based Physics:Mech (4 Units) Students enrolled in this lecture must also enroll in the Phys A185 lab, # pm-9:05pm MW LEWIS 201 Guerra III A 6pm-7:05pm TTh LEWIS 201 Guerra III A :15pm-10:25pm TTh LEWIS 206 Guerra III A PSYC A245 - Field Work/Mental Hlth Wrkrs (3 Units) Before enrolling, students must the Mental Health Worker program coordinator, Charlene Melrose, at to document the completion of prerequisites for the course and receive approval to enroll in Psyc A245. The coordinator will work with enrolled students to assign them to a fieldwork placement setting pm-3:05pm T SO SCI 112 Rocha Milatovic G 18 hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Rocha Milatovic G RADT A177 - Clinical 4 (4.5 Units) hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Sachs L Holt K THEA A177 - Make-Up (3 Units) am-12:10pm MW DRAMA 103 Scaglione D 12:10pm-1:15pm MW DRAMA 103 Scaglione D TUTR A050 - Supervised Tutoring (0 Units) hrs 15 min/wk arr. SUCCESS CT Staff WELD A140 - Occupational Welding Level 1 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm TTh TECHCT 210 Lannom M 7pm-9:10pm TTh SKL CT 101 Lannom M WELD A141 - Occupational Welding Level 2 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm TTh TECHCT 210 Lannom M 7pm-9:10pm TTh SKL CT 101 Lannom M WELD A142 - Occupational Welding Level 3 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm TTh TECHCT 210 Lannom M 7pm-9:10pm TTh SKL CT 101 Lannom M WELD A143 - Occupational Welding Level 4 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm TTh TECHCT 210 Lannom M 7pm-9:10pm TTh SKL CT 101 Lannom M WELD A180 - Blueprint Reading (2 Units) pm-8:10pm TTh SKL CT 104 Hutchison R 8:10pm-9:10pm TTh SKL CT 104 Hutchison R WELD A223 - Advanced Welding Level 1 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm MW SKL CT 104 Hutchison R 7pm-9:10pm MW SKL CT 101 Hutchison R WELD A224 - Advanced Welding Level 2 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm MW SKL CT 104 Hutchison R 7pm-9:10pm MW SKL CT 101 Hutchison R WELD A225 - Advanced Welding Level 3 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm MW SKL CT 104 Hutchison R 7pm-9:10pm MW SKL CT 101 Hutchison R WELD A226 - Advanced Welding Level 4 (1.5 Units) pm-7pm MW SKL CT 104 Hutchison R 7pm-9:10pm MW SKL CT 101 Hutchison R 4 weeks beginning June 22 ANTH A100 - Cultural Anthropology (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh MATH LCT 1 Hollander G CMST A100 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Units) pm-9:15pm TWTh LIT&LN 148 Connor S COUN A100 - Introduction to College (1 Unit) pm-2:05pm TTh WATSON 244 Tovar A :30pm-4:35pm MW WATSON 262 Mucino P :30pm-7:35pm TTh WATSON 242 Huynh J COUN A170 - College Major Search (1 Unit) am-12:05pm TTh WATSON 262 Huynh J CA A100 - Intro Hospitality Indus (3 Units) am-12:15pm MTW TECHCT 164 Shine B Giffen R FASH A102 - Industrial Sewing Tech (2 Units) am-11:05am TTh CS & D 201 Dickens D 11:05am-3:30pm TTh CS & D 201 Dickens D FSM A100 - Intro Hospitality Indus (3 Units) am-12:15pm MTW TECHCT 164 Shine B Giffen R HIST A175 - History of U.S. Since 1876 (3 Units) :30am-11:40am MTWTh FA 119 Mccomb H HTT A100 - Intro Hospitality Indus (3 Units) am-12:15pm MTW TECHCT 164 Shine B Giffen R MUS A100 - Hist & Appreciation of Music (3 Units) :30am-12:40pm MTWTh MUS 102 Soto R MUS A101 - Musicianship/Ear Training (2 Units) :30pm-3:35pm MTWTh MUS 106 Soto R MUS A105 - Music from Bach to Rock (3 Units) CRN #11342 is 100% online. To log in, use the username and password created when you enrolled, then read the Welcome announcement for instructions on how to begin class hrs 15 min/wk arr. Online Gould B 6 weeks beginning June 22 ATHL A109 - Sports Conditioning (1 Unit) Baseball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. BASEBL FLD Altobelli J 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. BASEBL FLD Altobelli J CHEM A130 - Preparation for Gen Chemistry (4 Units) Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A130 lab, # am-10:05am MTWTh CHEM 227 Laux J :15am-10:45am TWTh CHEM 126 Laux J 10:45am-1:15pm TWTh CHEM 126 Laux J CMST A110 - Public Speaking (3 Units) pm-4:15pm MW LIT&LN 146 Lohman B pm-9:15pm MW LIT&LN 244 Lohman B COUN A105 - Strategies for College Success (3 Units) am-11:05am MTWTh WATSON 244 Tovar A ECON A170 - Microeconomics (3 Units) CRN #11276 is online with (3) on-campus testing sessions. Instructions regarding how to get started with the course will be ed to your OCC student address on the first day of class. occ.cccd.edu Website: hrs/wk arr. Online Savage J ECON A175 - Macroeconomics (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh SO SCI 101 Kuo D GEOG A100 - World Regional Geography (3 Units) :30pm-9:45pm MW FORUM Hoberg M GEOG A180 - Physical Geography (3 Units) am-10:05am MTWTh C&L 105 McLaren S GEOG A180L - Physical Geography (1 Unit) :15am-12:20pm MTWTh C&L 105 McLaren S HIST A170 - History of U.S. to 1876 (3 Units) :30pm-9:45pm TTh FORUM Rudmann B JAPN A180 - Elementary Japanese 1 (5 Units) pm-9:30pm MTWTh LIT&LN 219 Kagawa A MATH A008 - Pre-Algebra (3 Units) CRN #11704 requires student use of MyMath software provided with the textbook for this course. Students are required to purchase an access code :30pm-2:35pm MTWTh MATH W 152 Maekawa N MATH A030 - Intermediate Algebra (4 Units) CRN #11327 requires student use of MyMath software provided with the textbook for this course. Students are required to purchase an access code am-12pm MTWTh MATH W 141 Maekawa N

14 14 Orange Coast College SUMMER 2015 MATH A120 - Trigonometry (3 Units) am-11:05am MTWTh MATH W 153 Hussain S pm-8:05pm MTWTh MATH W 152 Arismendi-Pardi MATH A160 - Introduction to Statistics (4 Units) CRN #11331 requires the use of a TI84+ graphing calculator am-12pm MTWTh MATH LCT 2 Cooley T CRN #11331 requires the use of a TI84+ graphing calculator pm-9pm MTWTh MATH W 142 Cooley T PHIL A120 - Ethics (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh CHEM 214 Westbrook N PSYC A100 - Introduction to Psychology (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh SCIENC HALL Melrose C PSYC A160 - Stats for Behavior Sci (4 Units) :30pm-8:30pm MTWTh SO SCI 114 Koontz J PSYC A165 - Principles/Human Sexuality 1 (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh FORUM Perez Stable Cox O RLST A120 - Ethics (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm TTh CHEM 214 Westbrook N SOC A100 - Introduction to Sociology (3 Units) :30am-12:45pm MW FORUM Alabi J SPAN A180 - Elementary Spanish 1 (5 Units) :30am-12pm MTWTh LIT&LN 219 Martin M pm-9:30pm MTWTh LIT&LN 221 Mora F 8 weeks beginning June 22 EC A156 - Early Childhood (2 Units) :30pm-8:30pm Th COMM SITE Mitchum M 7 hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Mitchum M ENGL A098 - Basic English Skills (4 Units) pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 117 Johnson S ENGL A099 - Fund of Composition (3 Units) am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 101 Staff am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 102 Staff am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 245 Barnard D pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 219 Callum O pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 115 Conner C ENGL A100 - Freshman Composition (3 Units) am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 107 Mitchell M am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Lacy D am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 221 Weatherford L am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 107 Staff am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 103 Staff pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 215 Fetchko L pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 221 Hopkins D pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 219 Park S :30pm-9:45pm TTh LIT&LN 145 Staff CRN #11389 is approximately 50% on campus and 50% online. Students must meet on campus every Wednesday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. in Lit&Ln 224. The remainder of the course is completed online am-12pm W LIT&LN 224 Weatherford L 5 hrs/wk arr. Online Weatherford L ENGL A101 - Critical Thinking/Rdg/Wrtg Lit (4 Units) am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 102 Hidle J pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Zitter J pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Garcia B pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Zitter J HLED A100 - Personal Health (3 Units) CRN #11680 is online with mid-term and final exams on campus. Exam location, dates, and times will be announced the first day of class. Students must log into Blackboard Learn and complete the Start Here section of the course before Tuesday, June 16 or they will be dropped from the course hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Hanlon A CRN #11367 is online with mid-term and final exams on campus. Exam location, dates, and times will be announced the first day of class. Students must log into Blackboard Learn and complete the Start Here section of the course before Tuesday, June 16 or they will be dropped from the course hrs 30 min/wk arr. Online Hanlon A HLED A112 - First Aid & CPR (2 Units) am-10:05am MW HANDBL CLM Altobelli J am-10:05am TTh HANDBL CLM Altobelli J HLED A270 - Fitness & Health (3 Units) :35am-12:40pm TWTh FITCLX 202 Staff HMDV A180 - Child Growth and Development (3 Units) pm-9:10pm TTh CHEM 214 Chaiyakal J KIN A105 - Cardiovascular Fitness (1 Unit) :30pm-7pm TWTh FITCLX 202 Ochoa M 7pm-7:50pm TWTh FITCLX 202 Ochoa M KIN A106 - Weight Training (1 Unit) :10am-11:35am TWTh FITCLX 200 Cutenese C 11:35am-12:35pm TWTh FITCLX 200 Cutenese C KIN A112 - Body Sculpting Level 1 (1 Unit) :30pm-4:55pm MWF GYM AEROBICS Nix C 4:55pm-5:50pm MWF GYM AEROBICS Nix C KIN A115 - Cross Training Level 1 (1 Unit) am-9:20am TWTh FITCLX 100 Behr L 9:20am-10:25am TWTh FITCLX 100 Behr L KIN A212 - Body Sculpting Level 2 (1 Unit) :30pm-4:55pm MWF GYM AEROBICS Nix C 4:55pm-5:50pm MWF GYM AEROBICS Nix C KIN A215 - Cross Training Level 2 (1 Unit) am-9:20am TWTh FITCLX 100 Behr L 9:20am-10:25am TWTh FITCLX 100 Behr L KIN A128 - Hatha Yoga - Level I (1 Unit) pm-3:25pm MWF GYM AEROBICS McKeachie A 3:25pm-4:20pm MWF GYM AEROBICS McKeachie A KIN A131 - Swimming for Fitness Level 1 (1 Unit) :30am-12:05pm TTh POOL Lee A 12:05pm-1:35pm TTh POOL Lee A KIN A231 - Swimming for Fitness Level 2 (1 Unit) :30am-12:05pm TTh POOL Lee A 12:05pm-1:35pm TTh POOL Lee A KIN A145 - Badminton (1 Unit) am-9:35am MW GYM MAIN FLR Ketcham C 9:35am-11:05am MW GYM MAIN FLR Ketcham C KIN A146 - Tennis Level 1 (1 Unit) pm-5:35pm TTh TENNIS CRT Esquivel M 5:35pm-7:05pm TTh TENNIS CRT Esquivel M KIN A246 - Tennis Level 2 (1 Unit) pm-5:35pm TTh TENNIS CRT Esquivel M 5:35pm-7:05pm TTh TENNIS CRT Esquivel M KIN A150 - Basketball (1 Unit) pm-6:35pm TTh GYM MAIN FLR Tran D 6:35pm-8:05pm TTh GYM MAIN FLR Tran D KIN A152 - Soccer Level 1 (1 Unit) am-9:35am MW SOCCER FLD Staff 9:35am-11:05am MW SOCCER FLD KIN A153 - Golf Level 1 (1 Unit) :30am-11:05am MW FITCLX 100 Altobelli J 11:05am-12:35pm MW FITCLX 100 Altobelli J KIN A154 - Volleyball Level 1 (1 Unit) am-9:35am TTh GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C 9:35am-11:05am TTh GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C KIN A156 - Rock Climbing (1 Unit) pm-4:35pm TTh RCKREATION Altobelli J 4:35pm-6:05pm TTh RCKREATION Altobelli J KIN A252 - Soccer Level 2 (1 Unit) am-9:35am MW SOCCER FLD Smith K 9:35am-11:05am MW SOCCER FLD Smith K KIN A253 - Golf Level 2 (1 Unit) :30am-11:05am MW FITCLX 100 Altobelli J 11:05am-12:35pm MW FITCLX 100 Altobelli J KIN A254 - Volleyball Level 2 (1 Unit) am-9:35am TTh GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C 9:35am-11:05am TTh GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C KIN A202 - Introduction to Kinesiology (3 Units) pm-6:05pm TWTh HANDBL CLM Ochoa M MATH A180 - Calculus 1 (4 Units) pm-8:35pm MTWTh LEWIS 212 Koines A MATH A185 - Calculus 2 (4 Units) :30pm-3:05pm MTWTh MATH W 142 Koines A pm-8:35pm MTWTh MATH W 148 Moore G SUMMER PARKING Parking in student areas and meters is free the first week of the first summer session. Staff areas, red zones, yellow zones and disabled person zones are enforced at all times. Summer permits are $15. We have metered parking, which cost 50 cents for 1 hour. You can pay for a maximum of 4 hours. We also sell one-day parking permits from the yellow dispensers located in Lot C, Lot A and the Adams parking lot near the Fitness Complex. You can buy a 4 hour permit for $1.00, or buy 2 permits consecutively for all day parking. Remember, after you get your permits from the dispenser, you should put them on your car s dashboard so that our security officers can see them. Make sure the date and time are visible. Our parking spaces are available on a first-comefirst-served basis. The Coast Community College District and Orange Coast College accept no liability for vandalism, theft, or accidents; you use the parking facilities at your own risk. Please drive slowly and defensively. A complete statement of parking and traffic rules and regulations is available at the Campus Safety Office and at Watson Hall Enrollment Center.

15 Orange Coast College SUMMER MATH A280 - Calculus 3 (4 Units) :30pm-3:05pm MTWTh MATH W 148 Moore G MATH A285 - Intro Linear Alg. & Diff Equa (4 Units) pm-8:35pm MTWTh MATH W 169 Moore A Other Length Courses ASTR A100 - Introduction to Astronomy (3 Units) 3 week course beginning the week of Jun am-10:15am MTWTh FA 116 Contopoulos N ASTR A100L - Introduction to Astronomy (1 Unit) 3 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-3:15pm MTWTh OCC PLNETARIUM Contopoulos pm-8:15pm MTWTh OCC PLNETARIUM Contopoulos ATHL A109 - Sports Conditioning (1 Unit) 6 week course beginning the week of Jun 29. Women s Water Polo Team hr 15 min/wk arr. POOL Iacopetti A 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. POOL Iacopetti A 6 week course beginning the week of Jun 29. Men s Water Polo Team hr 15 min/wk arr. POOL Lee A 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. POOL Lee A 6 week courses beginning the week of July 6. Football Team hr 15 min/wk arr. FOOTBL FLD Emerson K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. FOOTBL FLD Emerson K Women s Volleyball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C Cross Country Team hr 15 min/wk arr. TRACK Ochoa M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. TRACK Ochoa M Men s Basketball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Spencer S 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Spencer S Women s Basketball hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Thornton M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Thornton M Men s Soccer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K Women s Golf Team hr 15 min/wk arr. CMCC Collins S 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. CMCC Collins S Cheer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. FITCLX 100 Reynolds M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. FITCLX 100 Reynolds M 6 week course beginning the week of July 7. Women s Soccer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K GEOG A198 - Regional Field Studies in Geog (2 Units) 2 week course beginning the week of Jul 22. Around California -- This is a field course class that includes three classroom meetings and an eight day camping field trip (July 25-Aug 1, 2015.) Pre-trip meetings will be July 22, 7-10 p.m. & July p.m. at Orange Coast College, Social Science 103. Post-trip meeting Aug 2, 11 a.m-12 p.m. at Orange Coast College, Social Science 103. Field trip will study the physical geography of a wide variety of landform regions in California with overnight camping stops in Mammoth Lakes, Lake Tahoe, /22 7pm-10pm W SO SCI 103 Jones K 7/24 5pm-8pm F SO SCI 103 Jones K 8/2 11am-12pm Sun SO SCI 103 Jones K plus 23 hrs 30 min/wk arr. COMM SITE Jones K COMPLETE SUMMER CLASSES LISTING Accounting Phone: ACCT A101 - Financial Accounting (4 Units) Fundamentals of financial accounting relating to corporations. Application of widely used accounting theory and practice for both service and merchandise enterprises. Preparation and analysis of financial statements. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit CSU; UC :30pm-10pm MTTh SCIENC HALL Morgan A ACCT A102 - Managerial Accounting (4 Units) Introduction to management s use of accounting information for planning, control, and decision-making within an organization. Covers both traditional and contemporary topics, including product costing, overhead, budgeting, cash flow, financial statement analysis, and decision-making tools. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit CSU; UC. C-ID ACCT 120 Prerequisite: ACCT A :30am-1pm MTWTh CHEM 207 Neil J ACCT A110 - Accounting Info Sys 1 (3 Units) Introductory course to accounting information systems which applies accounting principles using general ledger and spreadsheet software. Designed to develop employable accounting analysis skills; evaluate and compare commercial software; and analyze financial reporting. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass credit basis. Transfer Credit CSU. Prerequisite: ACCT A100 or A101 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun :30pm-4:30pm MW BUS ED 109 Johnson D 6 hrs/wk arr. BUS ED 109 Johnson D :30pm-9:30pm MW BUS ED 109 Johnson D 6 hrs/wk arr. BUS ED 109 Johnson D Anthropology Phone: ANTH A100 - Cultural Anthropology (3 Units) The analysis of social structure, family, kinship, belief, and rite. The determinants of culture and personality. The social analysis of three societies. The methods and perspectives of anthropology. Transfer Credit CSU; UC. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun :30am-11:40am MTWTh MATH LCT 1 Hollander G Architecture Phone: ARCH A102 - Intro to Environmental Studies (3 Units) This course is designed to present an overview of the environmental studies field to students from multiple disciplines. A basic understanding of issues related to the environmental components of air, soil and water; historic development of ecological issues; economic, political, and cultural concepts; regulations, and technology will be presented. An overview of career opportunities and paths within the environmental industry will also be covered. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun pm-9:10pm MTWTh TECHCT 152 Carey M ARCH A155 - BIM 1 for Architecture (2 Units) This course introduces Building Information Modeling (BIM) as used to produce a 3-dimensional architectural model with detailed construction information. PCs with Autodesk Revit, ArchiCAD, or Microstation will be used and instruction will focus on computer modeling a simple project and extracting construction documentation. Students should have basic knowledge of computer operation and file management. Transfer Credit: CSU pm-8:05pm MW TECHCT 151 Itzen W 8:05pm-10:15pm MW TECHCT 151 Itzen W ARCH A162-3-D Modeling: Rhino 1 (2 Units) This course introduces 3-D Modeling for design visualization using Rhino software. Hands-on instruction will focus on digitally modeling a design with rectilinear and non-rectilinear geometry, including preparing files for fabrication and presentation. Students should have basic knowledge of computers and file management. Transfer Credit: CSU. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun pm-6:05pm TWTh TECHCT 155 Fuchs Jr S 6:05pm-9pm TWTh TECHCT 155 Fuchs Jr S Art Phone: ART A107 - Introduction to Art (3 Units) This course provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, themes, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. Topics will include drawing, painting, sculpture, film arts, printmaking, and architecture. Gallery/museum visits are required. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC :30am-10:35am MTWTh BIO SC 200 Schriefer C

16 16 Orange Coast College SUMMER 2015 SUMMER CLASSES 2015 ART A110 - Color & Design: 2-D (3 Units) Introduction to the concepts, applications, and historical references related to two-dimensional art and composition, including the study of the basic principles and elements of line, shape, texture, value, color and spatial illusion. Development of a visual vocabulary for creative expression through lecture presentations, studio projects, problem solving, and written assignments. Required for art majors and certificate programs. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID ARTS :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 315 Dowling T 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 315 Dowling T ART A120 - Beginning Drawing (3 Units) Introduction to principles, elements, and practices of drawing, employing a wide range of subject matter and drawing media. Focus on perceptually based drawing, observational skills, technical abilities, and creative responses to materials and subject matter. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID ARTS :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 325 Plunkett A 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 325 Plunkett A ART A121 - Life Drawing 1 (3 Units) Figure drawing from the nude model. The study of volumes, foreshortening, structure, anatomy and composition of the human form. Required of art majors. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ART A pm-2:15pm MTW ART CT 325 Topping H 2:15pm-7pm MTW ART CT 325 Topping H ART A150 - Ceramics 1 (3 Units) An introduction to ceramic materials and various techniques associated with and necessary to work in ceramics. Exploration in Historical and traditional pottery form as well as trends in contemporary ceramics. Various glazing and firing techniques will include Stoneware, Porcelain and Earthenware. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun 15. Optional fee for use of OCC Art Department materials: $ :30am-9:30am MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 9:30am-12:45pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K :15pm-2:15pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 2:15pm-5:30pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K ART A151 - Ceramics 2 (3 Units) Students will be introduced to the Potters Wheel and to various wheel thrown techniques. Students will be familiarized with functional Ceramics, studio organization and advanced technical language. The study of selected historic and contemporary information will be covered. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: ART A150 Optional fee for use of Art Department materials: $ :15pm-2:15pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K 2:15pm-5:30pm MTWTh ART CT 113 Myers K Astronomy Phone: ASTR A100 - Introduction to Astronomy (3 Units) Introduction to the origin, evolution and structure of the solar system, stars, galaxies and the universe. Historical milestones in the science of astronomy from ancient times to the space age. Consideration of current controversies in astronomy and the future of astronomical research and space exploration. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 3 week course beginning the week of Jun am-10:15am MTWTh FA 116 Contopoulos N ASTR A100L - Introduction to Astronomy (1 Unit) A beginning laboratory course designed for non-science majors. It will provide practical experience with the scientific method through outdoor astronomical observations and indoor analysis of experimental data. Students completing Astronomy A100L may not receive credit for Natural Science A100A. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: ASTR A100 3 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-3:15pm MTWTh OCC PLNETARIUM Contopoulos pm-8:15pm MTWTh OCC PLNETARIUM Contopoulos Athletics - Intercollegiate Athletics Conditioning Phone: ATHL A109 - Sports Conditioning (1 Unit) This course is designed to develop fundamental skills and techniques specifically for athletic competition. Workouts and drills are held on athletic fields and in the fitness facilities. This course may be taken four times. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Baseball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. BASEBL FLD Altobelli J 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. BASEBL FLD Altobelli J 6 week course beginning the week of Jun 29. Women s Water Polo Team hr 15 min/wk arr. POOL Iacopetti A 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. POOL Iacopetti A 6 week course beginning the week of Jun 29. Men s Water Polo Team hr 15 min/wk arr. POOL Lee A 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. POOL Lee A 6 week courses beginning the week of July 6. Football Team hr 15 min/wk arr. FOOTBL FLD Emerson K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. FOOTBL FLD Emerson K Women s Volleyball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Cutenese C Cross Country Team hr 15 min/wk arr. TRACK Ochoa M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. TRACK Ochoa M Men s Basketball Team hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Spencer S 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Spencer S Women s Basketball hr 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Thornton M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. GYM MAIN FLR Thornton M Men s Soccer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K Women s Golf Team hr 15 min/wk arr. CMCC Collins S 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. CMCC Collins S Cheer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. FITCLX 100 Reynolds M 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. FITCLX 100 Reynolds M 6 week course beginning the week of July 7. Women s Soccer Team hr 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K 4 hrs 15 min/wk arr. SOCCER FLD Smith K Aviation Maintenance Technology Phone: AMT A162 - Airframe Asmbly/Rig/ECS FAA (3 Units) Fundamental theory of assembly, cabin control systems, and rigging. Practical experience in rigging, assembly, disassembly, repair, overhaul, testing, inspection, and operation of component parts. Transfer Credit: CSU. ADVISORY: AMT A153 $19 materials fee for this course :30pm-6:35pm MTWTh SKL CT 105 Kimball D 6:35pm-8:55pm MTWTh SKL CT 110 Kimball D AMT A163 - Arfrm Hyd & Lndg Gear FAA (4.5 Units) Fundamental theory of hydraulic, pneumatic, and landing gear systems. Practical experience in disassembly, repair, overhaul, test, inspection, and operation of component parts. Transfer Credit: CSU. ADVISORY: AMT A150 and A152 $20 materials fee for this course am-8:05am MTWTh SKL CT 105 Carter J 8:25am-12:25pm MTWTh SKL CT 110 Carter J Biology Phone: BIOL A185 - Diversity of Organisms (5 Units) An introduction to the evolution, physiology, and ecology of all major groups of organisms, including eubacteria, archaebacteria, protists, fungi, plants, animals, and viruses. Students also develop their scientific experimentation skills, including statistical data analysis and writing. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: BIOL A180 or A180H with a grade of C or better. 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun 15. Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Biol A185 lab, # am-12:25pm MTWTh BIO SC 204 Wright J :15pm-1:50pm MTWTh BIO SC 206 Wright J 1:50pm-4:25pm MTWTh BIO SC 206 Wright J BIOL A220 - Human Anatomy (5 Units) This course introduces the structure of the human body. Taught from a functional perspective, it emphasizes the relationship of structure (Anatomy) to function (Physiology). oratory participation is required. It is designed to satisfy requirements for nursing, physical therapy and physical education majors. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun 15. Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in a Biol A220 lab, #11629 or # :40pm-2:05pm MTWTh BIO SC 200 Parsell J s am-12:10pm MTWTh BIO SC 108 Parsell J :30pm-5:40pm MTWTh BIO SC 108 Madsen B CLASS SCHEDULE INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE - CHECK THE OCC WEB SITE OFTEN FOR UPDATES TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED SCHEDULE INFORMATION.

17 Orange Coast College SUMMER BIOL A221 - Anatomy-Physiology (4 Units) Anatomy and physiology as a combined discipline. Designed for Career and Certificate Programs. Suitable as a general education elective for the non-science major. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun 15. Students enrolled in this Biol A221 lecture must also enroll in the Biol A221 lab, # am-11:05am MTWTh BIO SC 102 Russell G Baker C :30am-2:30pm MTW BIO SC 106 Russell G Baker C Business Phone: BUS A100 - Intro to Business (3 Units) A survey of the many dimensions of business with a focus on careers: organization, management, marketing, legal aspects, international business, business climate, financial operations, the banking system, and investments. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID BUS week courses beginning the week of Jun :30am-11:40am MTWTh BUS ED 108 Gordon L CRN #11087 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first day of classes hrs 15 min/wk arr. Online Beau L BUS A100H - Intro Business Honors (3 Units) A survey of the many dimensions of business with a focus on careers: organization, management, marketing, legal aspects, international business, business climate, financial operations, the banking system, and investments. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID BUS week course beginning the week of Jun :30am-11:40am MTWTh BUS ED 108 Gordon L BUS A110 - Business Law (3 Units) Focuses on the legal and regulatory environment of business and management, including the legal system and methods of resolving disputes. The court system, trials and appeals, ethics, the Constitution, crimes and torts, contracts, product liability, employment, antitrust, and international perspectives will be examined. Case studies will be presented. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun :15am-12:30pm TTh BUS ED 104 Hostetler S pm-10:15pm MW BUS ED 104 Causey D BUS A134 - Excel 1 (2 Units) Topics include spreadsheet concepts, model building, formula development, formula functions, charts, and list functions. Provides preparation for students seeking Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) core certification. Same as Computer Information Systems A134. Students completing Business A134 may not receive credit for Computer Information Systems A134. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. CRN #11540 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Grane B BUS A139 - Business Communication (3 Units) Designed to develop writing skills necessary for effective business communications. Emphasizes skill in applying, planning, writing, and verbalizing business communication techniques. Students will need a fundamental knowledge of English and the mechanics of writing. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU. C-ID BUS 115 Prerequisite: ENGL A100 CRN #11702 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first day of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Scane D Chemistry Phone: CHEM A110 - Introduction to Chemistry (5 Units) Principles of inorganic, organic, and bio-chemistry. Not for those who will take Chemistry A180 or A130. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: MATH A010 or higher with grade of C or better. Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A110 lab, # am-10:05am MTWTh BIO SC 100 Staff :15am-10:50am TTh CHEM 129 Staff 10:50am-1:25pm TTh CHEM 129 CHEM A130 - Preparation for Gen Chemistry (4 Units) Introduction to the principles, calculations, and laboratory techniques of chemistry for students planning to take Chemistry A180. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: MATH A030 or higher (or appropriate placement). ADVISORY: Eligibility for ESL A160 or English A099 Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A130 lab, # pm-5:05pm MTWTh CHEM 219 Frechen R :25pm-5:55pm TWTh CHEM 126 Frechen R 5:55pm-8:25pm TWTh CHEM 126 Frechen R Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A130 lab, # am-10:05am MTWTh CHEM 227 Laux J :15am-10:45am TWTh CHEM 126 Laux J 10:45am-1:15pm TWTh CHEM 126 Laux J CHEM A185 - General Chemistry B (5 Units) Study of non-ideal solutions, chemical equilibria, thermodynamics, kinetics and nuclear chemistry. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: CHEM A180 with grade of C or better. Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the Chem A185 lab # am-9:25am MTWTh CHEM 219 Gonzales S :40am-10:15am MTWTh CHEM 118 Gonzales S 10:15am-12:50pm MTWTh CHEM 118 Gonzales S Chinese Phone: CHIN A180 - Elementary Chinese 1 (5 Units) The focus is on development of elementary proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Mandarin Chinese, with an introduction to cultures related to the Chinese language. This course is equivalent to two years of high school Chinese. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC pm-9:30pm MTWTh LIT&LN 215 Satow J For registration information call Communication Studies Phone: CMST A100 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Units) Teaches effective communication skills through the study of self-concept, listening, perception, language usage, persuasion, and nonverbal communication. Emphasis is on developing and applying good communications skills and overcoming the barriers to effective communication. Writing and speaking skills are emphasized and evaluated. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. 4 week courses beginning the week of Jun :30am-11:40am MTWTh LIT&LN 146 Monahan G am-2:15pm TWTh LIT&LN 148 Carroll K :30pm-8:40pm MTWTh LIT&LN 146 Monahan G 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun :30am-12:45pm MW LIT&LN 117 Odasso D :30am-12:45pm TTh MATH W 169 Ith P pm-9:15pm MW BUS ED 103 Malinis B 4 week course beginning the week of Jun pm-9:15pm TWTh LIT&LN 148 Connor S CMST A110 - Public Speaking (3 Units) Designed to teach students how to overcome stage fright and to develop organizational, research, and delivery skills. Students will learn to outline, write, and deliver various types of speeches. An emphasis is placed on speaking, listening, and critical thinking skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID COMM week courses beginning the week of Jun :30am-12:45pm TTh LIT&LN 117 De Surra C :30am-12:45pm MW BUS ED 103 Smith D am-1:15pm TTh SO SCI 103 Anderson C am-2:15pm MW LIT&LN 244 Coco F am-2:15pm TTh LIT&LN 244 Coco F :30pm-4:45pm MW LIT&LN 116 Polk S :30pm-5:45pm TTh LIT&LN 245 Anderson C pm-9:15pm TTh BUS ED 102 Staff 6 week courses beginning the week of Jun pm-4:15pm MW LIT&LN 146 Lohman B pm-9:15pm MW LIT&LN 244 Lohman B CMST A155 - Intercultural Communication (3 Units) The study, practice, and application of communication theories as they relate to different cultural, subcultural, ethnic, and racial groups. Emphasis on interpersonal effectiveness, including skills in nonverbal processing, assessment of different cultural interactional patterns, and the reduction of racism and ethnocentrism. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun :30am-11:40am MTWTh MATH W 151 Barta N CMST A220 - Essentials of Argumentation (3 Units) Theory and practice of argumentation and persuasion with emphasis on critical thinking skills as they apply in listening, speaking, and writing. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID COMM week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MW SO SCI 105 Polk S pm-9:15pm TTh BUS ED 104 Davari S Computer & High Technology Phone: CHT A100 - Comp Use in Technology (3 Units) An introduction to the current state of computer hardware and software and software technology for the student enrolled in technical courses. An overview for the person who wants to understand computers and automation in industry. Not a programming course. Transfer Credit: CSU. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun pm-10:15pm TWTh TECHCT 201 Borkenhagen B

18 18 Orange Coast College SUMMER 2015 Computer Information Systems Phone: CIS A111 - Intro Computer Info Sys (3 Units) Introductory course in the applications of information systems in business. Students will learn about Information Systems, hardware and software components, networks, ethics and security issues, ecommerce, and Web page design. Use of spreadsheet and database management software to create computer-based solutions to business problems. Meets the lower division computer requirement for business majors at some CSU and UC campuses. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID BUS am-11am MTW BUS ED 109 Barvarz P 11am-12pm MTW BUS ED 109 Barvarz P CIS A123 - Intro Web Page Design (2 Units) This course will provide a practical understanding of the HTML and XHTML tags to design a web page. Notepad and other software tools will be used to teach text formatting commands, background formatting, hyperlinks, links, tables, forms, image maps, and frames. Students will also learn to insert various types of images, videos, and sound files into a web page. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. CRN #11633 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Barvarz P 3 hrs/wk arr. Online Barvarz P CIS A134 - Excel 1 (2 Units) Topics include spreadsheet concepts, model building, formula development, formula functions, charts, and list functions. Provides preparation for students seeking Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) core certification. Same as Business A134. Students completing Computer Information Systems A134 may not receive credit for Business A134. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. CRN #11541 is 100% online. Students must the instructor by Wednesday of the first week of classes hrs/wk arr. Online Grane B Computer Science Phone: CS A170 - Java Programming 1 (4 Units) A first Computer Science course taught using the Java programming language. Students will build console and graphical applications and applets. Emphasis will be placed on programming fundamentals such as variables, selection and loops as well as object-oriented programming concepts including classes, inheritance and polymorphism. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. ADVISORY: CIS A100 or A am-10:25am MTWTh BUS ED 110 Gilbert S 10:25am-11:30am MTWTh BUS ED 110 Gilbert S Counseling Phone: COUN A100 - Introduction to College (1 Unit) Introduces new students to college services and facilities, academic policies and various segments of higher education in California. Includes time management, study skills, and academic planning. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. 4 week courses beginning the week of Jun pm-2:05pm TTh WATSON 244 Tovar A :30pm-4:35pm MW WATSON 262 Mucino P :30pm-7:35pm TTh WATSON 242 Huynh J COUN A104 - Career/Life Planng:Holistic (3 Units) In depth career and life planning: Designed primarily for students uncertain about educational-occupational plans. Standardized tests of interests, personality characteristics, and values are utilized to develop a systemic approach to career and life development. This course emphasizes the importance of taking personal responsibility for one s educational, career and personal decisions to achieve satisfaction through work and life balance. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU. $30 materials fee for this course 4 week course beginning the week of Jun am-12:10pm MTWTh WATSON 242 Mucino P COUN A105 - Strategies for College Success (3 Units) This is a course designed to integrate personal growth, critical and creative thinking, problem solving and academic and career success. Topics include study techniques, orientation to higher education and resources, life skills, academic planning, and personal development. For all students wishing to improve their success in college. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. $5 materials fee for this course am-11:05am MTWTh WATSON 244 Tovar A COUN A170 - College Major Search (1 Unit) Course is designed to facilitate students exploration and selection of a college major. Students will examine and apply a decision making process in identifying their academic interests and develop an educational plan based on a major selection. Transfer Credit: CSU. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun am-12:05pm TTh WATSON 262 Huynh J Culinary Arts Phone: CA A100 - Intro Hospitality Indus (3 Units) Overview of the hospitality industry. Same as Food Service Management A100 and Hospitality, Travel & Tourism A100. Students completing Culinary Arts A100 may not receive credit for Food Service Management A100 or Hospitality, Travel & Tourism A100. Transfer Credit: CSU. 4 week course beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MTW TECHCT 164 Shine B Giffen R Dance Phone: DANC A101 - Modern Dance 1 (1.5 Units) Offers instruction in movement vocabulary and technical skills necessary to prepare the body as an instrument of expression in modern dance. This dance style began in the United States in the early 1930s as a modern expression of American themes, personal and artistic ideas. The style has continued to evolve to include dance themes expressive of contemporary times. This course offers instruction at the beginning level. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. Level 1. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting :30am-9:05am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S 9:05am-10:35am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S DANC A102 - Modern Dance 2 (1.5 Units) Offers instruction in movement vocabulary and technical skills necessary to prepare the body as an instrument of expression in modern dance. This dance style began in the United States in the early 1930s as a modern expression of American themes, personal and artistic ideas. The style has continued to evolve to include dance themes expressive of contemporary times. This course offers instruction at the intermediate level. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. ADVISORY: DANC A101 or successful audition Level 2. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting :30am-9:05am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S 9:05am-10:35am MTWTh DANC B Menaker S DANC A108 - Pilates Mat Work (1 Unit) A course in alignment and correctives work based on concepts and exercises developed by Joseph H. Pilates. The focus is on mat work exercises for improved body alignment, strength, flexibility, control, coordination, and breathing. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting am-9:25am MTWTh DANC C Wilson A 9:25am-10:15am MTWTh DANC C Wilson A DANC A111 - Ballet 2 (1.5 Units) Introduces and develops movement principles and skills necessary for the study of classical ballet. Course will include ballet terminology, use of turnout positions of feet and legs, alignment of spine and placement of weight at the barre, in center floor and traveling patterns. Instruction is at the intermediate level. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. ADVISORY: DANC A110 or successful audition. Level 2 - Intermediate ballet. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting :45am-11:20am MTWTh DANC C Costas J 11:20am-12:50pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J For registration information call

19 Orange Coast College SUMMER DANC A121 - Jazz Dance 2 (1.5 Units) A technique course in the study of various jazz styles. Emphasizes the use of energy, rhythm, improvisation while emphasizing body control, alignment, use of weight changes and quality within a jazz dance movement vocabulary. Instruction at the intermediate level. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. ADVISORY: DANC A120 or successful audition. Level 2. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting pm-1:35pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J 1:35pm-3:05pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A125 - Tap 1 (1 Unit) Tap dance techniques based on the style known as rhythm tap emphasizing fundamental skills and rhythms, time steps, flash footwork, short combinations, and styling. Instruction at the beginning level. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. Level 1. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting pm-5:25pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G 5:25pm-6:15pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G DANC A133 - Introduction to World Dance (1.5 Units) An introductory course designed to survey dances of selected world dance cultures. Through movement experiences and lecture, students will gain the technique and understanding necessary to perform the selected dances. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis.. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC :45am-11:20am MTWTh DANC C Costas J 11:20am-12:50pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A142 - Folk Dance (1.5 Units) Emphasis on the knowledge of folk dance and the background which shapes the origins, themes and style of the dance. Fundamental elements of dance, rhythms and information about the link between dance and its cultural background. One particular culture will be focused on each semester. Topics may include folk dances from South America, North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU pm-1:35pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J 1:35pm-3:05pm MTWTh DANC C Costas J DANC A149 - Hip-Hop Dance I (1 Unit) Instruction in the movement vocabulary and technical skills that are needed for the dance style known as Hip-Hop. Explores the use of space, energy, rhythm, and improvisation while emphasizing body control, alignment, balance, and use of weight changes. Instruction at the beginning and intermediate levels. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Level 1. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting :15pm-3:35pm MTWTh DANC B Groenewold Z 3:35pm-4:30pm MTWTh DANC B Groenewold Z DANC A174 - Tap Dance Basics (1 Unit) This tap dance course is designed for students with no previous tap dance experience. It will focus on basic rhythm exercises, music listening, tap dance techniques and tap history. Emphasis will be placed on correct execution of tap dance rudiments, coordination, shifts of weight, basic time steps, short combinations, and styling. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. NOTE: This course is one of a family of courses in this subject matter. Enrollment may be limited due to State regulations. Please consult your academic counselor for clarification. Basic level. Students should be prepared to dance the first class meeting pm-5:25pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G 5:25pm-6:15pm MTWTh DANC B Copeland G Diagnostic Medical Sonography Phone: DMS A167 - Clinical Experience 2 (5 Units) Continuation of clinical experience. Exposure to departmental organization, patient flow, darkroom and processing procedures, observation of techniques employed, policies and procedures of clinical cases, beginning hands on experience, and equipment set up. Offered on a pass-no pass basis only. Transfer Credit: CSU. Prerequisite: DMS A166 PASS/NO PASS OPTION ONLY hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Reber-Bonhall C Digital Media Arts & Design Phone: DMAD A115 - Letter/Digitl Typogrphy (4 Units) Covers the history and development of basic letterforms with calligraphic origins. Lettering as a design form is emphasized. Hand lettering, logotype, symbol, and digital typography will be discussed from the professional s point of view. Class projects oriented toward portfolio samples. Recommended for Digital Media Arts and Design majors, as well as practicing art professionals. Transfer Credit: CSU. $12 materials fee for this course am-10:15am MTWTh ART CT 212 Cox S 10:15am-3pm MTWTh ART CT 212 Cox S DMAD A181 - Intro to Computer Graphics (3 Units) Designed to introduce the lay person or computer professional to the rapidly expanding field of computer graphics. The subject will be approached from an application perspective. Course will include guest speakers and field trips. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. $12 materials fee for this course Students who enroll in this lecture must also enroll in the DMAD A181 lab, # :30pm-6:30pm MTW ART CT 216 Olivera N :40pm-9:40pm MTW ART CT 215 Olivera N DMAD A190 - Illus w/adobe Illustr 1 (4 Units) Investigation into the use of computer graphics in various disciplines emphasizing illustration and the principles of color and design. Students will complete a portfolio of computer generated graphic designs and illustrations. Transfer Credit: CSU. Prerequisite: DMAD A181 $30 materials fee for this course am-10:15am MTWTh ART CT 215 Measures J 10:15am-3pm MTWTh ART CT 215 Measures J REQUIRED PLACEMENT in ENGLISH A098, A099, A100 and ESL Courses All students must take the English or English as Second Language (ESL) Assessment Test in order to enroll in any English or ESL course. To be eligible to enroll in English A101 or A102, students must have completed English A100 with a grade C or better. If a student has successfully completed a course that is equivalent to a prerequisite, he or she may submit transcripts to the Enrollment Center to request that prerequisite requirement for that specific course be waived. New students, unless exempt from matriculation, must take the English or ESL Assessment Test as part of the required preenrollment assessment testing. Students who are not exempt from matriculation must schedule an appointment with the Assessment Center by calling (714) ASSESSMENT CENTER Early Childhood Phone: EC A156 - Early Childhood (2 Units) Beginning practical experiences that focus on establishing relationships with children and developing guidance, observation, play entry, and collaboration techniques in facilitating learning. TB clearance required. Fingerprint, criminal record and child abuse index check required. Contact EC School PRIOR to enrolling to arrange hours. Hours are arranged on a first come, first served basis. Transfer Credit: CSU. Prerequisite: EC A155 CRN #11654 meets off campus at Mariners Church Preschool. time options: 8:30 a.m.-12 noon Monday/Wednesday OR 8:30 a.m.-12 noon Tuesday/Thursday :30pm-8:30pm Th COMM SITE Mitchum M 7 hrs/wk arr. COMM SITE Mitchum M Ecology Phone: ECOL A100 - Human Ecology (3 Units) The physical and biological components of the environment, their interrelationships, and the human population influence on these components. Physical, biological, and political means of reversing environmental deterioration will be considered as well as conservation and management of natural resources. Suitable as a general education elective for the non-science major and also for students in Environmental Science or other natural sciences. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC pm-9pm MTW BIO SC 200 Goerrissen J

20 20 Orange Coast College SUMMER 2015 English as a Second Language Important information about the ESL Program at OCC ESL Assessment Requirement All students are welcome to register in ESL classes. Admission to intermediate and advanced classes is by the ESL Placement Test. To make an appointment, call Economics Phone: ECON A170 - Microeconomics (3 Units) An introduction to the principles and problems of microeconomics. Covers economic concepts and principles as applied to markets, analysis of costs, consumer behavior, determining consumer optimum conditions, behavior of producers, determining the producers optimum in the goods and services market and in the factors markets, the structure of markets and how they influence and limit competition, labor, capital, information and entrepreneurship, public goods, and international economics. This course may also be offered online Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: MATH A010 or higher CRN #11276 is online with (3) on-campus testing sessions. Instructions regarding how to get started with the course will be ed to your OCC student address on the first day of class. Website: hrs/wk arr. Online Savage J ECON A175 - Macroeconomics (3 Units) An introduction to the principles and problems of macroeconomics. Covers economic concepts and principles as applied to markets, national income, unemployment, inflation, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, banking, the Federal Reserve System, and international economics. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC Prerequisite: MATH A010 or higher ADVISORY: ECON A170 and MATH A :30am-12:45pm TTh SO SCI 101 Kuo D CLASS SCHEDULE INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE - CHECK THE OCC WEB SITE OFTEN FOR UPDATES TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED SCHEDULE INFORMATION. Assessment Center (714) Students who want to start in the beginning classes, ESL A011 and ESL A015, may choose to meet with an ESL Advisor instead of taking the Placement Test. The Advising Schedule is available at the Assessment Center, Counseling, and the Literature and Languages division office. If you can demonstrate that you possess the skills to enter a level other than your ESL score allows, you may appeal your placement. ESL Placement Appeals forms are available from the Literature and Languages Division. Instructions are provided on the appeal form. ESL Prerequisites All ESL prerequisites are enforced. See the course description for prerequisites. Recommended Sequence for ESL Courses Check the chart in this schedule for the standard sequence of course completion. English - Basic Skills Phone: ENGL A098 - Basic English Skills (4 Units) Study skills, reading, vocabulary, grammar, elemental principles of sentence structure, paragraph development, organization of ideas, punctuation and spelling. A minimum of five arranged hours of supplemental learning in the Success Center is required. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. This course may also be offered online. (NOT APPLICABLE TO AA OR AS DEGREE) NOTE: ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING IN ENGLISH A099 MUST BE PRES- ENT AT THE FIRST CLASS MEETING. ABSENT STUDENTS MAY LOSE THEIR SEATS IN THE CLASS. Prerequisite: Appropriate English placement score pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 117 Johnson S English - Composition & Related Studies ENGL A099 - Fund of Composition (3 Units) Apply the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, pre-compositional techniques, paragraph development, and essay construction. Practice in reading and textual analysis, critical thinking skills, and clear writing. Write structurally varied and grammatically correct sentences and clearly organized, appropriately detailed paragraphs leading to frequent practice in the construction of the expository essay. A minimum of five arranged hours of supplemental learning in the Success Center is required. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass-no pass basis. NOTE: ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING IN ENGLISH A099 MUST BE PRES- ENT AT THE FIRST CLASS MEETING. ABSENT STUDENTS MAY LOSE THEIR SEATS IN THE CLASS. Prerequisite: ENGL A098 of appropriate English placement score. 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm TTh C&L 110 Beld S pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 115 Silva J pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 117 Schulze M pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 117 Lazzara N 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 101 Staff am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 102 Staff am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 245 Barnard D pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 219 Callum O pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 115 Conner C ENGL A100 - Freshman Composition (3 Units) Instruction and practice in essay writing, including using analytical thinking, choosing a thesis, assembling and organizing supporting evidence, and developing a clear tone and appropriate style. Includes reading and analysis of published essays, practice in research, and production of a research paper. This course may also be offered online. NOTE: ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING IN ENGLISH A100 MUST BE PRES- ENT AT THE FIRST CLASS MEETING. ABSENT STUDENTS MAY LOSE THEIR SEATS IN THE CLASS. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID ENGL 100. Prerequisite: ENGL A099 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 221 Leonard N am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 245 Bradley M am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 101 Gressier P am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 224 Brunner J pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 245 Ayad N pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 215 Palmer K pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 221 Dowling L :30pm-9:45pm MW LIT&LN 145 Mandelkern M pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 115 Lemon W pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 117 Staff 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 107 Mitchell M am-12:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Lacy D am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 221 Weatherford L am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 107 Staff am-12:15pm TTh BUS ED 103 Staff pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 215 Fetchko L pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 221 Hopkins D pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 219 Park S :30pm-9:45pm TTh LIT&LN 145 Staff CRN #11389 is approximately 50% on campus and 50% online. Students must meet on campus every Wednesday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. in Lit&Ln 224. The remainder of the course is completed online am-12pm W LIT&LN 224 Weatherford L 5 hrs/wk arr. Online Weatherford L ENGL A101 - Critical Thinking/Rdg/Wrtg Lit (4 Units) Read, analyze, and write on literature applying critical thinking skills and research. Formulate and compose written arguments. Recognize logical fallacies, rhetorical strategies, implicit meaning, and use inductive/ deductive reasoning. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID ENGL110, 120. Prerequisite: ENGL A100 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Rangno E am-12:15pm TTh C&L 111 Leonard N pm-10:15pm MW BUS ED 102 Brewer J pm-10:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Zuidervaart G 8 week courses beginning the week of Jun am-12:15pm MW BUS ED 102 Hidle J pm-5:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Zitter J pm-5:15pm TTh LIT&LN 118 Garcia B pm-10:15pm MW LIT&LN 118 Zitter J ENGL A102 - Critical Reasoning:Nonfiction (3 Units) Read, analyze and write on works of non-fiction applying critical thinking skills and research. Formulate and compose written arguments. Recognize logical fallacies, rhetorical strategies, implicit meaning, and use inductive and deductive reasoning. This course may also be offered online. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Prerequisite: ENGL A100 CRN #11647 is approximately 50% on campus and 50% online. Students must meet on campus every Monday, 1-5 p.m. in Lit&Ln 224. The remainder of the course is completed online. occ.cccd.edu pm-5pm M LIT&LN 224 Kennedy M 5 hrs/wk arr. Online Kennedy M

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