3 Table of Contents Web Registration Information...4 Priority Registration Chart...5 GPS, Orientations & Assessments...6 Financial Aid...7 Student Services & Resources...8 Fees & Refunds...9 Challenge Exams & Workshops...10 Foster & Kinship Care Education...10 Quarter Events / Student Notices Online Course Offerings...13 Schedule of Courses Off-Campus Locations / STHS Map...25 CONNECT - Community Education Academic Policies / Legal Information...36 Spanish Information...37 Map of LTCC Campus...38 College Calendar and Hours... back cover Phone Numbers Telephone... (530) Office of Instruction... ext. 752 Administrative Services... ext. 365 Admissions & ext. 211 A&R Fax... (530) Student ext. 231 Student Services Fax... (530) Financial ext. 236 Bookstore...www.ltcc.bncollege.com... ext. 227 Library... ext. 232 Foundation... ext. 245 Public Affairs... ext. 245 Child Development Center... ext. 288 CONNECT Community Education... ext. 717 Fax... (530) Web Page... Passport...portal.ltcc.edu Lake Tahoe Community College One College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA This schedule is available in alternate format per request. Important Contact Information: Registration questions: or ext. 211 Academic Advising: or ext. 231 Ask a Counselor: or ext. 231 Financial Aid: or ext. 236 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 3 This summer marks an exciting time for LTCC! The Student Services and Admissions & Records departments will be joining forces to create a One-Stop Center for Enrollment Services. This new center will allow students to take care of the majority of their enrollment needs IN ONE PLACE! Students can make payments, turn in paperwork, pick up forms, schedule counseling and financial aid appointments, request transcripts, receive application and enrollment technical assistance, and collect general information about the college and special programs. During the remodeling project, the Enrollment Services (A&R) office will be located in A106 just off the Commons. Counseling and Financial Aid offices with be located in A205 (the DRC). Hours of operation are 7:30 am - 4 pm, Monday -Friday. The construction will start July 1 and finish in mid-august! Para información en español acerca de clases disponibles, horarios y costos, por favor pase a la página 37. Family Education Rights and Privacy Act The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act requires educational institutions to provide students (or their parents, if the students are under 18 and have provided written consent) access to education records directly related to the student. The College is also required to obtain the written consent of the student before releasing personally identifiable information other than to specified persons and agencies allowed by law. The act provides that the college may release certain types of information (directory information). To withhold disclosure of directory information, written notification must be received in the Admissions & Records Office prior to the first day of the quarter the student is attending. Please see the LTCC Catalog for additional information. Cover photograph by Damion Estrada.
4 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 4 Web Registration - WebAdvisor Step-by-step instructions! ? NEW STUDENTS Apply today. Go to complete our online application. Your application must be processed before you register. Apply early to avoid delays. Contact Student Services ext. 231 or Room A100 Make an appointment for an assessment, orientation, and counseling. (Note: During the application process, some students may be exempted from this requirement.) ALL OTHER STUDENTS (Currently enrolled or attended LTCC in the past) Before registration starts, check if an application update is required. Go to Passport (portal.ltcc.edu) You may be asked to update your application. You will be unable to register online until this step is completed. If you plan to register in person, you may update your application information at Admissions and Records during registration. Check your registration priority time. Look at the Registration Priority Chart on page 5. You may check your registration priority via Passport (portal.ltcc.edu) THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR FULL QUARTER CLASSES IS MONDAY, JUNE 29, Enroll early for the best selection of courses. Please go to Passport (portal.ltcc.edu) for registration information. Online courses: If you are enrolling in an online course, please be aware that you may not be able to login to the course Web site until the day after you register or the first day of class, whichever is later. Questions? FAQ s and other helpful information are listed in Passport. If you need additional assistance, please us at or call ext If you prefer to register in person, you are welcome to come to Admissions and Records. Passport/Etudes Questions? Register by June 29 th for full quarter courses! For the best course selection, please enroll as early as possible. If a course is full, add yourself to the WAITLIST. If a seat opens, the first person on the waitlist will be notified through his or her LTCC account. Check your LTCC often for notifications. Remember! You must pay your fees on the same day that you register or you will not be able to enroll. Passport - links and "how to" videos Etudes: Student Help Desk Call Student Ambassadors: ext. 726 Admissions and Records: ext. 211 Student Services: ext. 231 Passport/Etudes HOT LINE: Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4 pm Closed Friday, July 3, for Independence Day.
5 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 5 Registration Information You may register during or after your priority registration time. WebAdvisor Hours: Open Daily 7:00AM - 11:00PM Walk-in Hours: Monday-Friday Hours vary (see back cover) Early Registra on Priority Registra on If you are a/an: Priority Chart Registra on Date Foster Youth* Tues, May 26 Eligible Military, Veteran**, DSPS, EOPS, or CalWORKS student Tues, May 26 Student Senate or TRiO student Wed, May 27 Con nuing Full Time and/or con nuing Part Time student Thurs, May 28 New student Mon, June 1 Returning (former) student Tues, June 2 Exempt student Tues, June 2 Con nuing student Wed, June 3 New and/or returning (former) student Thurs, June 4 Student on proba on or who has exceeded 150 units Mon, June 8 Non-credit registra on Tues, June 9 Open Registra on Special Admit student (K-12) Wed, June 10 Only if GPS complete AND: you are not a special admit GPS complete AND: you are not on proba on, you have fewer than 150 units, you are not a special admit GPS complete AND: you are not on proba on, you have fewer than 150 units, you are not a special admit You are not on proba on, you have fewer than 150 units, you are not a special admit You are not a special admit * Foster Youth: Please contact the Admissions & Records office to qualify. ** Veterans and members of the Armed Forces: If you are currently on active duty or left active duty within the past four years, you may qualify for special priority registration. Please visit the Admissions & Records office. Avoid late registration! For the best course selection, please enroll as early as possible. Remember! You must pay your fees on the same day that you register. Closed Classes: If a course is closed, add yourself to the waitlist. Check Passport for details. Late Registration: Students who are on the waitlist will be given priority during late registration. To register late, pick up a pink permit at Admissions & Records and take it to the first class meeting. Ask the instructor whether they are accepting additional students. Instructors may deny your request if space is unavailable, you have missed class meetings, or other instructional reasons apply. WebAdvisor is not available for late registration. WebAdvisor Support: your questions to or call the Admissions & Records Office at ext. 211 during business hours (see back cover of the schedule). Schedule Planning: Are you having trouble deciding which classes to take? Meet with a counselor to discuss your goals and figure out which classes you need. Go to Student Services (Room A100). Registration Tips New or Former Students: Make sure you apply or update your application online at least 1-2 business days before registration. New Students: Make sure you attend an orientation and complete the LTCC assessment if needed, then meet with a counselor to be approved to move forward with online registration. Prerequisites: If you took a prerequisite course at another college, you must meet with an LTCC counselor to show proof of meeting the prerequisite in order to register for the course. Prerequisites completed successfully at LTCC will be automatically approved when you register. Financial Aid: To have your fees waived, you must apply and be determined eligible PRIOR to registration. Apply for a fee waiver (BOGW) online or at the Financial Aid Office, Room A100. Important! Clear all outstanding debts owed to LTCC before attempting to register. Web Exclusions: The following students must register in person at the college. Students auditing courses Students registering with petitions or conflict waivers Students in non-credit programs Students in programs with other special requirements ALL FEES ARE DUE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. Students who do not pay their fees will be disenrolled.
6 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 6 A. New Student Orientations: Orientations are designed to help our new students learn more about LTCC, our processes and procedures, resources available, financial aid information, involvement opportunities, educational planning; they also provide a chance to meet other new students. Students will take part in a campus tour as well as an interactive workshop involving PASSPORT, the student information portal. An orientation takes about 2 1/2 hours to complete. Choose the one that meets your needs and call for a reservation. Your student ID# is required to RSVP. LTCC online students who live out of the immediate areas need to contact Student Services for information about an online orientation option. June 1, Monday: 1:00 pm 3:30 pm June 10, Wednesday: 9:30 am 12:00 pm June 16, Tuesday: 4:00 pm 6:30 pm June 18, Thursday: 11:00 am 1:30 pm June 23, Tuesday: 5:00 pm 7:30 pm June 25, Thursday: 9:30 am 12:00 pm July 15, Wednesday: 9:00 am 11:30 am July 22, Wednesday: 2:30 pm 5:00 pm July 28, Tuesday: 12:00 pm 2:30 pm B. Assessment: Students are required to complete Math and English assessments to determine course placement. Assessments are free and can take up to three hours if you need to complete both. Be sure to bring a photo ID and a your LTCC Student ID number. The assessment hours are as follows and are in the D-wing Computer Lab (Room D121): June 29 - August 6: August 10 - September 17: 10:00 am 2:00 pm, Monday through Thursday 10:00 am 4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday 12:00 pm 4:00 pm, Fridays C. Counseling: Students are required to meet with a counselor to develop an Educational Plan. Counseling hours are as follows: June 29 - August 14: August 17 - September 21: 7:30 am 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday 8:00 am 6:00 pm, Monday through Thursday 8:00 am 5:00 pm, Friday If you have any questions related to GPS requirements or any other questions about LTCC, contact Student Services at or , ext Lake Tahoe Community College.California s premier destination community college
7 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 7 Financial Aid Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm Fee Waiver Program The State of California will waive the enrollment fee for all qualifying students who apply for the Board of Governors Fee Waiver* (BOGFW). This program provides three ways to help students pay the enrollment fee. Students eligible in one of the three following areas should visit the Financial Aid Office, Room A100, before registering for classes. Applications will normally be processed within 24 hours. *Fee waiver does not cover the Student Representation fee of $2. To opt out of the fee, please go to Admissions & Records, A102. BOGFW A To be eligible you must: Be a California resident or eligible AB540 Student At the time of enrollment be a CalWORKs/TANF recipient or SSI/SSP or General Assistance/General Relief recipient Provide documentation, such as CalWORKs/TANF or SSI check. Further documentation may include: a copy of correspondence from the local office of Public Assistance which identifies the student or, if applicable, the family and indicates that a monthly grant is being awarded for the current or prior month. This can include a copy of an Adjustment-to-Benefits letter, Notice of Action, or Aid Verification Summary that shows current receipt of CalWORKs/TANF, SSI or General Assistance/General Relief and the amount of the grant. BOGFW B To be eligible you must: Be a California resident or eligible AB540 Student Meet Dependency Standards Meet 2014 Income Standards BOGFW C To be eligible you must: Be a California resident or eligible AB540 Student Provide your Student Aid Report based on filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) indicating financial need. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS: You may also qualify for a fee waiver if you are determined to be a California resident or eligible AB540 student and you meet any of the following special classifications: You have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent s fee waiver. You have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent s fee waiver. You are eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient, and can provide documentation of this from the Department of Veteran s Affairs. You are eligible as a dependent of a victim of the 9/11/2001 terrorist attack and can provide documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board. You are eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty, and can provide documentation from the public agency employer of record. Making your educational dreams come true can be expensive. Enrollment fees, tuition, and the cost of books and supplies, added to daily expenses, can stretch a normal budget beyond its limits. Financial Aid is one way to expand those limits while making an investment in your future. Lake Tahoe Community College participates in a number of federal and state programs designed to help you if you need financial assistance to further your education. If you are pursuing a certificate, A.A. Degree or transfer, and have financial need, you may be eligible for these programs, in addition to the fee waiver: Grants awards you do not have to repay (unless you drop all classes before completing 60% of the quarter) Federal Work Study part-time work paid monthly Scholarships awards usually based on academic achievement Financial aid programs available through LTCC include: Federal Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Federal Work Study (FWS) Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS) Book Voucher, State funded Scholarships, Locally funded Board of Governors Fee Waiver, State funded To apply for any of these programs, please stop by the Financial Aid Office for forms and complete information and eligibility requirements. It costs nothing to apply; don t count yourself out of financial aid because you think you won t qualify. Processing may take from 6-8 weeks.
8 Student Services The following services are available for all LTCC students. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please stop by Room A100 or call ext Academic Counseling ext. 231 Assistance in planning academic schedules and goals is available. Students in the following categories are especially encouraged to meet with a counselor: financial aid recipients enrolling in college for the first time planning to earn an A.A. degree at LTCC returning to college after a lengthy absence on academic or progress probation at LTCC (required) non-high school graduates low scores on the English and math assessments possess a disability Transfer Center ext. 231 The Transfer Center offers information for students planning to transfer to another college. College catalogs, applications for admission, articulation agreements, general education requirements and transfer admission agreements are available. Career Center ext. 231 The Career Center offers access to the DISCOVER website which helps students choose careers that fit their interests, abilities, and values. The Career Center Library has free handouts and information resources on college majors as they relate to various career options. Individual appointments with a career counselor are also available and encouraged. CalWORKs Program ext. 231 Are you low income with dependent children? Are you currently receiving cash aid from TANF/CalWORKs? You may qualify for assistance through the CalWORKs Program. Benefits include, but are not limited to, paid workstudy, community resource referrals, advocacy, and child-care vouchers. Tutoring & Learning Center ext. 740 The Tutoring & Learning Center (TLC), located in Room A201 on the second floor of the main campus, provides free tutoring in many subject areas to any registered LTCC student. Students can use the TLC to work on computers, write and receive assistance on writing assignments, use the Internet, and take make-up exams. Math Success Center ext. 740 The Math Success Center, located in Room A201 on the second floor of the main campus, offers free tutoring to any registered LTCC students in math and math-related subjects. LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 8 Student Services & Resources LEARNING DISABILITY ASSESSMENT: Students who are interested in being tested for eligibility for Learning Disability Services should contact the DRC at ext. 249 or drop by the DRC in Room A205. Learning Disability Assessment will be conducted on a first-come/first-serve basis, depending upon student availability for testing appointments. If you have difficulty with one or more classes, with test-taking, or with a particular learning-related activity, please stop by the DRC to talk about this great service for students. TRiO-Student Support Services (SSS) Program ext. 741 TRiO-SSS assists students whose parents did not earn a degree from a four-year school, low-income students and student with disabilities. If you fit into one or more of these categories, and you are pursuing a certificate or AA or plan to transfer to a four-year school, then TRiO- SSS can help you reach your goals. TRiO-SSS students benefit by receiving priority registration, mentoring, free trips to four-year schools and cultural events, useful workshops, access to a textbook lending library, and much more. For more information and an application, please visit the TRiO-SSS office located inside the Tutoring and Learning Center, or Disability Resource Center ext. 249 The Disability Resource Center (DRC), located in Room A205, provides support for students with learning, psychological, hearing, visual and communication disabilities, as well as health disorders and mobility limitations. These services include tutoring, counseling, registration assistance, mobility assistance, readers, notetakers, interpreters, testing and assessment, special instruction in basic skills, study skills courses, vocational skills development, handicapped parking, adaptive equipment, and the relocation of inaccessible classes. Students can be tested for learning disabilities and provided with specialized instruction through the DRC. Deaf or Hard of Hearing students may access a Video Phone located in the DRC. Library & Study Areas ext. 232 The 15,000 square foot high-tech library has been designed to give students a spacious, comfortable and stimulating environment. The new facility offers a variety of learning areas, including a half dozen group study rooms, an audio-visual viewing room, a fireside reading den, and study carrels overlooking the forest. The services and materials provided include 40,000 books, magazines, DVD s, CD s, videos, 25 computer stations, and wireless access. Please see the back of the schedule for the library hours. Child Development Center ext. 288 The Child Development Center (CDC) is a fully licensed childcare facility located on the Lake Tahoe Community College campus. Licensed for 46 kids, ages 6 weeks through pre-kindergarten, the CDC is open year round serving the childcare needs of students, staff, faculty and community members. Childcare is available in full or half day blocks, and meals are provided. Children must be enrolled for a minimum of two half-days per week. Although the CDC operates at full capacity, students have top priority and every attempt is made to accommodate their needs. Some subsidy money is also available through federal grant funds. Inquiry into space availability should be made at least one month prior to anticipated need. Student Clubs ext. 231 Participating in student clubs and organizations is an enjoyable and educational activity and a great way to get involved and meet people with similar interests. Please contact Student Services for more information. Call ext. 231 or
9 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 9 Fees & Refunds Enrollment Fees For Credit Classes (Enrollment fees are per unit.) California Residents: $31 per unit* Out-of-State Resident Fees: $ 31 per unit enrollment fee + $139 per unit non-resident tuition $170 per unit * All fees subject to change by action of the California Legislature. See for updated information. Exemption From Non-Resident Tuition If you attended a California high school for a minimum of 3 years and graduated or attained the equivalent to a high school diploma (e.g., a GED or a high school proficiency exam) from a California high school, you may qualify for a non-resident tuition exemption. For more information, check with Admissions & Records. Student Health & Representation Fees All students enrolled for classes are required to pay a health fee of $3 per quarter for emergency accident insurance. Students who rely solely on prayer for healing may be exempt from the health fee; see Admissions & Records for details. All enrolled students are also asked to pay $2 per quarter for student representation. (Ed. Code and ) Students receiving Financial Aid may be exempt from health and representation fees; see the Financial Aid Office for details. Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) For more information, see page 7 of this schedule. Open Enrollment and Non-Discrimination It is the policy of the Lake Tahoe Community College District that, unless specifically exempted by statute, every course, course section, or class shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the College and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to regulations. It is also the policy of Lake Tahoe Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, physical handicap, religion, color, creed, national origin, language, or age in any of its educational and employment programs. Any questions regarding this policy should be referred to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Services. Attention: Non-residents Did you attend a California high school? Students who can answer yes to the questions below may qualify for lower fees through a non-resident tuition exemption: Did you attend one or more California high schools for at least 3 years? Did you graduate, get your GED, or the equivalent? Contact Admissions & Records for more information. High School Students High school students wishing to enroll in coursework at Lake Tahoe Community College are subject to special enrollment procedures. Information regarding those procedures is available in the high school counseling offices or in the college Student Services department. Check the priority registration chart for high school student registration dates. First Class Meeting Attendance Policy Students enrolled in a course who fail to attend the first class meeting may be dropped from the course by the instructor. Students who will miss the first class meeting must inform the instructor of the absence prior to the first class meeting in order to be assured that they will remain enrolled in the class. This does not preclude the fact that students are ultimately responsible for dropping the class. Refunds REFUND POLICY The policy below applies to fees charged for classes offered through the credit program including enrollment fees, non-resident tuition, Good Neighbor Policy fees, material fees, and facility use fees. All refund requests are the responsibility of the student. Refunds may be subject to a waiting period of 15 business days if paid by check. Cancelled classes: All fees are fully refundable when the college cancels a class. Dropping classes: When a student chooses to drop a class before the start date, all fees are refundable with the exceptions listed below. In order to receive a refund on or after the start date, the drop must occur by the following deadlines: Full-quarter (12-week) classes: Friday of the 2nd week of the quarter Six-week session classes: Friday of the 1st week of the session All other classes: prior to the 10% point of the class calculated in calendar days Art material fees: if a student drops an art class after receiving materials, refunds will be pro-rated based on the amount of materials used Health and student representation fees: These quarter-based fees are refundable if all classes are dropped before the refund deadline for fullquarter classes. During summer, the fees are refundable through the refund deadline for the six-week session. Field trips and optional fees: A student may receive a field trip refund if withdrawal is made two weeks prior to the first class meeting. Beyond this, refunds may be obtained only if the student can be replaced by another student who completes registration and pays all fees. This cannot be guaranteed. Most service fees are non-refundable. These fees include amounts charged for challenge exams, transcripts, replacement diplomas, replacement certificates, and similar services. EXCEPTIONS: Exceptions to the Lake Tahoe Community College refund policy may pertain to students requesting military withdrawal in accordance with California Military and Veterans' Code, section 824.
10 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 10 Challenge Exams, Work Experience & FKCE Challenge Exam Certain courses can be completed by successfully passing a challenge examination. Courses which may be challenged are listed in the College catalog under each subject area. You must petition for the exam and pay the non-refundable challenge exam fee in Admissions & Records. The last day to petition for a Summer challenge exam is Friday, June 26. Challenge exams will be held on Thursday, July 2, 2:00pm - 4:30pm, in Room A206. It is the student s responsibility to attend class until the grade is posted and to request their grade for the challenge exam. Work Experience Mandatory Orientations Students interested in the Work Experience Program must attend the mandatory orientation in order to enroll. Students do not need to meet with the instructor prior to the orientation, and must be on time for the orientation in Room E100. For more information, see page 25 of this schedule. Wednesday, 7/1 from 12pm to 1pm Wednesday, 7/8 from 12pm to 1pm Find the career you ve always wanted! See what LTCC s Work Experience and Internship department can do for you! Get hands on experience, build your resume, and develop skills to align with your dream job. To get started, contact us at Foster & Kinship Care Education Program LTCC offers free, non-credit trainings in Foster and Kinship Care Education. Courses are taught in both English and Spanish. Both programs are designed to support foster parents, relative caregivers, and non-relative caregivers, but can be valuable for anyone working with children. Sessions consist of lectures by quality trainers, interactive material, and dynamic group processes. Topics focus on parenting skills, child development, trauma informed care giving, accessing community resources, cultural diversity training, and other specialized topics regarding local issues. RSVP is appreciated but walk ins are welcome. These trainings are free to the public and all community members are welcome. See below for details. EDUCATION IN SPANISH Las clases serán impartidas en Español para padres y tutores que cuidan a niños de familiares/amigos. Las sesiones consistirán de lecturas, segmentos de videos, y procesos en dinámica de grupos. El currículo se enfocara en 1) recursos comunitarios, 2) etapas y procesos del desarrollo, 3) desarrollo de una relación entre padres y hijos, 4) toma de decisiones y consecuencias, 5) el poder de motivar, y 6) disciplina positiva. REG: Todos son bienvenidos a registrarse en esta clase. Las inscripciones se haran dentro de la clase y directamente con el instructor. Favor de no dirigirse a la oficina de Admisiones y Registros para matricularse. Las capacitaciones se dan todos los martes y miércoles durante todo el trimestre. Para mas información, por favor llame al Centro de Recursos Familiares al (530) o via a EDUCATION IN ENGLISH These trainings are geared toward educating and empowering Englishspeaking foster parents, kinship care providers, and non-relative caregivers. Trainings also can be educational for anyone working with children. Classes consist of 3 hours of training. Trainings are independently offered and will cover different topics. Trainings occur on Monday nights approximately two times per month. Call Dana McKnight at ext. 528 or at for more information. NOTE: No cost. Dates subject to change. For students who are already employed and getting paid, the Work Experience Program offers the ability to earn academic credits for hours worked! Need more information? Show up at the mandatory orientation! Dates and times listed on page 10 & 25. PASSPORT HOT LINE Personal assistance from Student Ambassadors is available! Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4pm Closed Friday, July 3, for Independence Day.
11 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 11 JUNE LTCC s Theatre Arts Department presents Pippin Book by Roger O. Hirson, Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Creator of Wicked and Godspell) June 12, 13, 18, 19, 2015 at 8:00 pm~ LTCC Duke Theatre Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm~ LTCC Duke Theatre Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 2:00 pm~ LTCC Duke Theatre The quest of Pippin, son of King Charlemagne, is to live an extraordinary life. His journey is encouraged by the seductive yet sinister Leading Player, a Mephistophelean figure who lures the unworldly prince into a variety of extraordinary experiences, to the final One Perfect Act. Full of soaring songs from the composer of Wicked and Godspell, this unforgettable show is the winner of four 2013 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival. Pure theatrical bliss! -Variety LTCC ISSI AUGUST LTCC invites you to attend Intensive Spanish Summer Institute (ISSI) August 3-7, 2015 ~ LTCC Campus Be sure to save the date for this annual event! For more information contact the ISSI office at (530) ext. 522 or visit Please check the 'Event Calendar' on our website for updated information on all scheduled events: For information, call the Theatre Arts Dept. at , ext. 240 or follow us on Facebook: LTCCTheatreArts LTCC s Music Department presents Rock Ensemble Concert Wednesday, June 24, 7:00 pm ~ LTCC Duke Theatre Eric Hellberg's popular Rock Ensemble classes will perform a variety of rock, blues, and funk. Watch for more information to be posted. LTCC's Chorus and Tahoe Choir presents Outdoors Performance The LTCC Chorus and Tahoe Choir are preparing for an exciting outdoors performance of madrigals (a cappella early music songs). Concerts will take place at the end of June. Details to follow as event gets closer. LTCC invites you to attend LTCC Graduation~Class of 2015 Friday, June 26, 6:00 pm ~ LTCC Campus The public is invited to join the celebration for our graduates. The Scholarships & Awards Ceremony will be held Thursday, June 25, 11:30 am. JULY LTCC Foundation invites you to attend Taste of Gold Saturday, July 11 ~ LTCC Demonstration Garden/Ledbetter Terrace This event is the Foundation s biggest fundraiser of the year. Be sure to save the date and get your tickets for this fun event! For more information contact the Foundation at (530) ext. 245 or
12 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 12 IMPORTANT STUDENT NOTICES Plan Ahead! Lake Tahoe Basin Fire Academy Mandatory Orientation Attention Students interested in FIR170A Lake Tahoe Basin Fire Academy Mandatory Orientation The extremely popular Lake Tahoe Basin Fire Academy will be held again during Fall 2015, Winter 2015, and Spring 2016 quarters. This academically and physically demanding training program is offered by Lake Tahoe Community College, in partnership with South Lake Tahoe Fire Department, Lake Valley Fire Protection District, and Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District. A general medical clearance through the student s health care provider is required and will be explained in detail at the mandatory orientation meeting. Upon successful completion of the academy, students will meet the training requirements for California State Fire Marshal Firefighter I (which can be applied for after six months of career, or twelve months of volunteer firefighting experience). Mandatory Orientation Meeting The demand for this program is expected to be great and interested students must attend a MANDATORY orientation meeting on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 6pm-8pm, in the Board/Aspen room L103/L104. Reservations are NOT required. For more information, like us on Facebook or contact Leona Allen at In-Service Training for Firefighters LTCC is partnering with local fire agencies to offer in-service training in The prerequisite for these courses is current employment as a volunteer or professional fi refighter. For more information, please contact Virginia Berry at (530) , ext. 298 or Interested in Environmental Science? Starting Summer 2015, LTCC will offer a NEW Degree and Certifi cate for: Environmental Technology and Sustainability (ETS), with concentrations in Biological Resources, Physical Resources, and Sustainability! Plan ahead! Check out the Environmental Technology & Sustainability "Pathways to Completion" fl yer for a list of course offerings throughout the year. For more information on the ETS program, please contact Kathy Strain, ext Attention CPR & First Aid Students! CPR and First Aid courses are now offered directly through the American Heart Association Training Center at Barton University. EMT students looking for certifications to satisfy HEA140A's prerequisite will need to register for Basic Life Support (BLS) online directly through Barton University. Please find the schedule for these non-ltcc courses and register online directly through the Barton University website at NOTE: Students wishing to satisfy HEA140A (EMT) prerequisites through LTCC courses should register for HEA106, WLD107A, or WLD107B. Prerequisite courses must be completed PRIOR to registering for HEA140A. Attention Nursing Students! The schedule for Anatomy & Physiology (BIO 203) next year, beginning Fall Quarter, will be afternoons as follows: *Lecture: TTh 1:00-3:05pm Lab 1: T 3:15-5:55 pm Lab 2: Th 3:15-5:55 pm Lab 3: W 3:15-5:55 pm Please sign up early to get the specifi c lab that will fi t with your schedule. (The Wednesday lab drops out in Winter & Spring.) Microbiology (BIO 210) will be offered Fall and Winter quarters. *Due to holidays, schedules may change slightly. Always verify times each quarter. FREE Books through the Quarterly Textbook Lending Program Students who participate in TRiO-SSS or EOPS, Veterans who receive educational benefits, and BOG fee waiver students who are pursuing a vocational degree or certificate and/or who are registered in the VTEA/ CTE program* are eligible to participate in the Quarterly Textbook Lending Program. Eligible students should check in with the staff members in charge of these programs for specific information regarding how and when they can access FREE textbooks to use for the quarter. Textbooks for loan are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Due to high demand, textbooks are expected to sell out early, so don t delay! TRiO-SSS: Benjamin Wade, Equity and Outreach Office, inside the TLC (530) x 550, EOPS: America Ramirez, Student Services, Rm. A100 (530) x 231, VA: Aaron Barnett, Student Services, Rm. A100 (530) x 295, VTEA/CTE: Jamie Rhone, Career & Technical Education, Rm. E104, (530) x 583, OR Melissa Liggett, Career & Technical Education, Rm. E104, (530) x 723, *Vocational programs include: Addiction Studies, Allied Health, Business, Computer Applications/Office Technology, Computer & Information Sciences, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Digital Media Arts, Early Childhood Education, Fire Science, Green Sustainable Education, Medical Office Assistant, Real Estate, and Wilderness Search & Rescue.
13 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 13 Online Courses LTCC s online courses are designed for the student who wishes to take advantage of the flexibility offered by this type of instruction. For more information and to register, go to click on Academics, then Online Education...or go to Students taking online courses must log in, and actively participate during the first week of the course or make special arrangements with the instructor to avoid being dropped. The course will be available for viewing the first day of class. Course # Title Page # ANT 101 Introduction to Archaeology...14 ANT 102 Cultural Anthropology...14 ANT 103 Physical/Biological Anthropology...14 ART 107 Art of the Americas...14 ART 135A Digital Imaging I...14 BSN 100 Introduction to Business...15 BSN 155A QuickBooks I...15 BSN 155B QuickBooks II...15 COM 122 Mass Media and Society...15 COM 125 Broadcasting: Fundamentals of Radio and Television...15 COM 130 Broadcasting: Television/Film Aesthetics...15 ECO 101 Principles of Economics (Macro)...16 ECO 102 Principles of Economics (Micro)...16 ENG 101 Reading and Composition...16 ENG 103 Critical Reasoning: Writing the Research Paper...16 GEG 102 Human Geography...16 GEG 113 Meteorology...16 GEL 103 History of Earth and Its Life...16 HIS 113 History of the United States in the 20th Century...17 HUM 103 The Modern World...17 HUM 105 Mythology...17 MOA 240 Medical Terminology, Part MUS 101 Music Listening and Appreciation...18 MUS 104E The Beatles...18 PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy...18 PHI 104 Critical Thinking...18 POL 101 United States Government...20 PSY 101 General Psychology...20 PSY 106 Human Sexuality...20 PSY 202 Abnormal Psychology...20 PSY 210 Introduction to Biological Psychology...20 REL 103 World Religions...21 RES 151 California Real Estate Principles...20 RES 153 Real Estate Appraisal...20 RES 160 California Property Management...21 SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology...21 SOC 102 Marriage, Families, and Intimate Relationships...21 SOC 114 Gender...21 SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I...21 SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II...21 SPA 103 Elementary Spanish III...21 SPE 102 Intercultural Communications /7 help for online students You can access help by going to the Etudes Gateway (https://myetudes.org), click on Login Help on the left and then on the very first link. Scroll down to LTCC. You may request login information, or you can use the Student Help site to submit a question. If this is the first time you've taken an online class, be sure to attend an Etudes workshop listed below. ETUDES WORKSHOPS First time taking an online class? Learn how to use our online course management system, Etudes, in a free workshop designed to help you get started. Learn how to locate lesson modules, find assignments, submit assignments with attachments, post and reply to discussion topics, and send and receive messages. First come, first served, no reservation required. Late arrivals to these workshops are welcome! Mon., 6/29 ~ 4-6pm in Room D123 Wed., 7/1 ~ 9-11am in Room D123 We're Here to Help You Reach Your Goals LTCC's TRiO-SSS program assists students with one-on-one peer mentoring and tutoring; counseling to keep you on track; workshops to develop tools for success; free trips to four-year schools; free tickets to LTCC theatre productions; free textbooks through the Textbook Loan Program; free graphing calculator loans; help with scholarship and college applications; help figuring out how to pay for school. For more information and an application, please visit the TRiO office located inside the Tutoring and Learning Center, or
14 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 14 Course Listings For a detailed description of courses, please visit our online schedule page at schedule.ltcc.edu. All evening courses (starting at 6pm or later) are highlighted with a shaded box. * FINAL EXAMS * For Summer session, all final exams are held on the last day of class. Look for this symbol near the dates of all 'Late Start' (condensed) courses, starting two or more weeks into the current quarter. These condensed courses give students additional options and flexibility to fulfill degree requirements. Addiction Studies COU-134 ADDICTION STUDIES FIELD 3.00 Units WORK- INTERNSHIP For more information, visit and complete the internship application. To schedule an interview with the instructor, please call (530) ext NOTE: For 3.00 credit units, students will be expected to complete at least 120 hours of volunteer work or 150 hours of paid employment in addition to other course requirements. PREREQUISITES: COU 109, COU 120 or COU 121, COU 122, COU 124, and COU 126 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Transfer CSU only REG: Walk-in registration only. 01 TBA-See note above Instructor: Palacio, J 6/29/15-9/18/15 Anthropology ANT-101 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Button, M 6/29/15-8/7/15 ANT-102 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Lukas, S 6/29/15-8/7/15 ANT-103 PHYSICAL/BIOLOGICAL 4.00 Units ANTHROPOLOGY ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Lukas, S 6/29/15-8/7/15 ANT-107 MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT, AND 4.00 Units RELIGION ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Lukas, S 6/29/15-8/7/15 Art DIGITAL ART ART-135A DIGITAL IMAGING I 4.00 Units ADVISORY: CAO 151 or CAO 152B, with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Transfer CSU only Instructor: Vaughn, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 DIGITAL PHOTO ART-145B LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY (B) 1.00 Units Transfer UC only 01 LEC: Sa (7/25, 8/1) 9:00AM - 11:50AM Room: G2A Field: Su (7/26) 5:30AM - 11:20AM TBA Instructor: Leonard Heffner, P 7/25/15-8/1/15 DRAWING ART-114 BEGINNING DRAWING FROM 4.00 Units OBSERVATION Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: MTW 2:00PM - 5:50PM Room: F101 Instructor: Drinkwine, G 6/29/15-8/5/15 This class is concurrent with ART 214. ART-214 ADVANCED DRAWING FROM 4.00 Units OBSERVATION PREREQUISITES: ART 114 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: MTW 2:00PM - 5:50PM Room: F101 Instructor: Drinkwine, G 6/29/15-8/5/15 This class is concurrent with ART 114. FINE ART PHOTO ART-142 PHOTOGRAPHY I 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC (Course Limit) 01 LEC: MW 6:00PM - 8:50PM Room: G2A LAB: TTh 6:00PM - 8:50PM Room: G1 Instructor: Hackleman, A 6/29/15-8/6/15 PAINTING ART-131AE SPECIAL TOPICS: BEGINNING 2.00 Units LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP This is an introductory course in the materials and techniques of landscape watercolor painting. Through direct observation of nature, topics including pigment mixing and application, color theory, spatial development, and pictorial compositions will be emphasized. Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MTWThF 9:00AM - 1:40PM Room: F101 Instructor: Lockner, C 7/20/15-7/31/15 This class is partially concurrent with ART 131AF. ART-131AF SPECIAL TOPICS: ADVANCED 2.00 Units LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP This is an advanced course in the materials and techniques of landscape watercolor painting. Through direct observation of nature, further investigations of pigment mixing and application, color theory, spatial development, and pictorial compositions will be emphasized. Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MTWThF 10:00AM - 2:40PM Room: F101 Instructor: Lockner, C 7/20/15-7/31/15 This class is partially concurrent with ART 131AE. Register online at by June 29! Enroll early for the best course selection!
15 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 15 PRINTMAKING ART-139D PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES 2.00 Units WITH ETCHING WORKSHOP Transfer CSU/UC MATERIALS FEE: $30 01 LEC: MTWThF 8:00AM - 12:40PM Room: F101 Instructor: Staff 7/6/15-7/17/15 ATTENTION NURSING STUDENTS: See page 12 for offering details of upcoming quarters. PLAN AHEAD TO AVOID SCHEDULING CONFLICTS! Biology BIO-110 INTRODUCTION TO CELL AND 5.00 Units MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: MW 9:00AM - 12:50PM Room: D108 LAB: MW 1:30PM - 4:20PM Room: D102 Instructor: Strain, K 6/29/15-8/5/15 BIO-115 FORENSICS 5.00 Units Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: TTh 9:00AM - 12:50PM Room: D102 LAB: TTh 1:30PM - 4:20PM Room: D102 Instructor: Strain, K 6/30/15-8/6/15 Business BSN-100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Kingsbury, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 BSN-155A QUICKBOOKS I 2.00 Units ADVISORY: BSN 152A or BSN 110A or general bookkeeping knowledge. Instructor: Thomas, T 6/29/15-7/17/15 BSN-155B QUICKBOOKS II 2.00 Units ADVISORY: BSN 155A or equivalent. Instructor: Thomas, T 7/20/15-8/7/15 Communications COM-122 MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Beaton, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 COM-125 BROADCASTING: FUNDAMENTALS 4.00 Units OF RADIO AND TELEVISION ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU only Instructor: Beaton, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 COM-130 BROADCASTING: TELEVISION/ 4.00 Units FILM AESTHETICS ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU only Instructor: Beaton, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 Counseling COU-108 CAREER/LIFE PLANNING 4.00 Units ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENG 152. Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MW 6:00PM - 9:50PM Room: E106 Instructor: Lindner, R 6/29/15-8/5/15 COU-109 INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING 4.00 Units Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: TTh 6:00PM - 9:50PM Room: E100 Instructor: Naegeli, K 6/30/15-8/6/15 COU-134 ADDICTION STUDIES FIELD 3.00 Units WORK- INTERNSHIP For more information, visit and complete the internship application. To schedule an interview with the instructor, please call (530) ext NOTE: For 3.00 credit units, students will be expected to complete at least 120 hours of volunteer work or 150 hours of paid employment in addition to other course requirements. PREREQUISITES: COU 109, COU 120 or COU 121, COU 122, COU 124, and COU 126 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Transfer CSU only REG: Walk-in registration only. 01 TBA-See note above Instructor: Palacio, J 6/29/15-9/18/15 COU-146 COLLEGE SUCCESS AND THE 1.00 Units STUDENT- ATHLETE I Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MTWThF 11:00AM - 12:05PM Room: E100 Instructor: McKay, D 8/17/15-8/28/15 COU-154 SUMMER BRIDGE 1.25 Units 01 LEC: MTWThF 4:00PM - 6:50PM Room: B103 Instructor: Bergner, N 8/10/15-8/14/15 Criminal & Administration of Justice CRJ-110 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS 4.00 Units Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MW 6:00PM - 9:50PM Room: A211 Instructor: Peuse, D 6/29/15-8/5/15 CRJ-191AC SPECIAL TOPICS: A LAYPERSON S 0.75 Units VIEW OF UNDER THE INFLUENCE This course examines the characteristics and behaviors associated with alcohol and drug intoxication. The course will specifically target illicit drug users behaviors and assist the student with recognizing and responding to persons under the influence of drugs. Additional strategies will focus on recognizing and responding to alcohol intoxication. An examination of currently abused drugs in the South Lake Tahoe area will be presented, as well as a discussion regarding the identification of commonly used illicit drug paraphernalia. This course is appropriate for parents, teachers, criminal justice students, and any individual interested in increasing awareness on what constitutes being under the influence of drugs and alcohol. 01 LEC: F 8:00AM - 12:25PM Room: E100 Instructor: Lovell, L 7/10/15-7/17/15 Digital Media Arts DMA-112 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL 4.00 Units MEDIA ARTS Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: MW 10:00AM - 12:50PM Room: F125 LAB: TTh 10:00AM - 12:50PM Room: F125 Instructor: Steil, T 6/29/15-8/6/15 For course descriptions, please see the online schedule at
16 Economics ECO-101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 4.00 Units (MACRO) PREREQUISITES: MAT 152B or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Eckhardt, A 6/29/15-8/7/15 ECO-102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 4.00 Units (MICRO) PREREQUISITES: MAT 152B or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Eckhardt, A 6/29/15-8/7/15 Education EDU-500 SUPERVISED TUTORING 0.00 Units COREQUISITES: Students must be enrolled in the course(s) for which they are receiving tutoring. REG: Walk-in registration in the Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC). 01 TBA Instructor: Staff 6/29/15-8/7/15 English ENG-101 READING AND COMPOSITION 5.00 Units PREREQUISITES: ENG 152 with a grade of C or better or appropriate skills demonstrated through the English assessment process. Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: TWTh 9:00AM - 12:05PM Room: A209 Instructor: Ewing, J 6/30/15-8/6/15 02 ONLINE - To begin, go to Instructor: Fleming, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 ENG-103 CRITICAL REASONING: WRITING 5.00 Units THE RESEARCH PAPER PREREQUISITES: ENG 101 with grade of C or better or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Ewing, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 English as a Second Language ESL-561A ESL LOW BEGINNING 0.00 Units REG: Walk-in registration only. 01 LEC: MTWTh 6:00PM - 9:25PM Room: TLC Instructor: Cortes, E 6/29/15-7/30/15 ESL-562A ESL HIGH BEGINNING 0.00 Units REG: Walk-in registration only. 01 LEC: MTWTh 8:30AM - 11:55AM Family Resource Center Instructor: Boeser, M 6/29/15-7/30/15 ESL-563A ESL LOW INTERMEDIATE 0.00 Units REG: Walk-in registration only. 01 LEC: TTh 6:00PM - 9:25PM Room: TLC Instructor: Hooper, D 6/29/15-7/30/15 LEARNING DISABILITY ASSESSMENT: Students who are interested in being tested for eligibility for Learning Disability Services should contact the DRC at ext. 249 or drop by the DRC in Room A205. Learning Disability Assessment will be conducted on a first-come/first-serve basis, depending upon student availability for testing appointments. If you have difficulty with one or more classes, with test-taking, or with a particular learning-related activity, please stop by the DRC to talk about this great service for students. LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 16 Fire Science FIR-191HG SPECIAL TOPICS: PREPARING 2.00 Units FOR SUCCESS IN THE LAKE TAHOE BASIN FIRE ACADEMY This course is designed to prepare students for successful participation and completion of the Lake Tahoe Basin Fire Academy. Topics covered include academy expectations, an introduction to the curriculum, firefighter skill practice and physical conditioning. Students in this class will receive a realistic preview of the academic and physical commitment required for fire academy success. NOTE: A lottery for available seats in the Lake Tahoe Basin Fire Academy will be held at the Summer 2015 madatory orientation in August. Participation in FIR191HG does not guarantee admission to the fire academy. ADVISORY: Students are advised that this is a physically demanding course. 01 LEC: M 9:00AM - 12:50PM Room: G6 Instructor: Allen, L 6/29/15-8/3/15 Additional PUBLIC SAFETY CLASSES are also offered through LTCC/South Bay Regional Public Safety Consortium. Check our online schedule at schedule.ltcc.edu for details. These classes are held off-campus at the South Bay Academy. Foreign/World Languages Foreign languages offered are listed by subject: Chinese (CHN), French (FRE), German (GER), Italian (ITA), Japanese (JPN), Sign Language (SNL), Spanish (SPA). Please go to the subject listing to see offering details. Geography GEG-102 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Huie, G 6/29/15-8/7/15 GEG-113 METEOROLOGY 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Staff 6/29/15-8/7/15 Geology GEL-103 HISTORY OF THE EARTH AND 5.00 Units ITS LIFE Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Lawler, M 6/29/15-8/7/15 Green Sustainable Education GSE-120 RESIDENTIAL AND SMALL 3.50 Units BUSINESS ENERGY AUDITING Transfer CSU only 01 LEC: FSaSu 9:00AM - 6:50PM Room: G2B Instructor: Staff 7/10/15-7/19/15 FREE books through the Quarterly Textbook Lending Program - See page 12 for additional information. Register online at by June 29! Enroll early for the best course selection!
17 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 17 History HIS-113 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 4.00 Units FROM THE 20TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT ADVISORY: ENG 101 and ENG 103 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Hume, B 6/29/15-8/7/15 Humanities HUM-103 THE MODERN WORLD 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Hansen, K 6/29/15-8/7/15 HUM-105 MYTHOLOGY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 and ENG 103 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: File, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 Find the career you ve always wanted! See what LTCC s Work Experience and Internship department can do for you! Get hands on experience, build your resume, and develop skills to align with your dream job. To get started, contact us at Interested in Environmental Science? Starting Summer 2015, LTCC will offer a NEW Degree and Certifi cate for: Environmental Technology and Sustainability (ETS), with concentrations in Biological Resources, Physical Resources, and Sustainability! Plan ahead! Check out the Environmental Technology & Sustainability "Pathways to Completion" fl yer for a list of course offerings throughout the year. For more information on the ETS program, please contact Kathy Strain, ext Internship INTERNSHIP - GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE COREQUISITE: Students must be available to volunteer 40 hours per quarter (if paid, hours per week increase as outlined in the work experience program) for an approved business and must have an application on file each quarter enrolled. NOTE: This course is for the student who is ready to experience on-thejob learning in order to build their resume, meet professionals, and explore career paths. The student-earned internship is a work site placement involving interviews related to academic interest and career goals. An internship can be aligned academically or it may also be exploratory to help clarify career options. Most internships are on a voluntary basis, and the student must be prepared with a resume, good academic record, and interview skills. Potential internship students must first complete an application and then interview with the instructor to determine options. Internship opportunities are posted online at INTERNSHIP STUDENTS MUST BE INTERVIEWED AND SELECTED PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE MANDATORY ORIENTATION. After completing the application, make an appointment to interview with the instructor by calling (530) ext You must bring an unofficial copy of your transcript and a current resume. Transfer CSU only REG: Walk-in registration only (students can only enroll in person at Admissions with the instructor-approved enrollment slip). WKX-102 INTERNSHIP-GENERAL Units WORK EXPERIENCE INTERNSHIP-OCCUPATIONAL Units WORK EXPERIENCE Transfer CSU only REG: Walk-in registration only. BSN-133 Business Internship Units COM-133 Communications Internship Units CRJ-133 Criminal Justice Internship Units COU-133 Counseling Internship Units CUL-133 Culinary Internship Units ECE-133 Early Childhood Education Internship Units EDU-133 Education Internship Units EVS-133 Environmental Science Internship Units FIR-133 Fire Science Internship Units FOR-133 Forestry Internship Units HEA-133 Allied Health Internship Units MOA-133 Medical Office Assistant Internship Units WLD-133 Wilderness Education Internship Units For course descriptions, please see the online schedule at
18 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 18 Mathematics MAT-152A BASIC ALGEBRA (PART I) 4.00 Units PREREQUISITES: MAT 187B with a grade of C or better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. 01 LEC: MTWTh 8:30AM - 10:20AM Room: A251 Instructor: Orr, J 6/29/15-8/6/15 MAT-152B BASIC ALGEBRA (PART II) 4.00 Units PREREQUISITES: MAT 152A or MAT 152AA with a grade of C or better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. 01 LEC: MTWTh 8:30AM - 10:20AM Room: L107 Instructor: Brock, L 6/29/15-8/6/15 MAT-154A INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 4.00 Units PREREQUISITES: MAT 152B or MAT 152BB with a grade of C or better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. 01 LEC: MTWTh 8:30AM -10:20AM Room: E100 Instructor: Littell, C 6/29/15-8/6/15 MAT-158 MATH REVIEW 2.00 Units ADVISORY: Grade of C or better in Basic Arithmetic, Basic Algebra, and/or Intermediate Algebra in either high school or college. 01 LEC: MTWTh 5:00PM - 8:05PM Room: D125 Instructor: Littell, C 9/8/15-9/17/15 MAT-187A BASIC ARITHMETIC (PART I) 2.50 Units ADVISORY: Appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. 01 LEC: MWF 10:30AM - 1:55PM Room: L107 Instructor: Brock, L 6/29/15-7/17/15 MAT-187B BASIC ARITHMETIC (PART II) 2.00 Units PREREQUISITES: MAT 187A or MAT 187AA or MAT 191AL with a grade of C or better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. 01 LEC: MWF 10:30AM - 12:55PM Room: L107 Instructor: Brock, L 7/20/15-8/7/15 MAT-201 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 5.00 Units PREREQUISITES: MAT 154A or MAT 154AA with a grade of C or better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process. Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: MTWTh 9:30AM - 11:55AM Room: E106 Instructor: Walker, W 6/29/15-8/6/15 Medical Office Assistant MOA-240 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, PART Units PREREQUISITES: MOA 238 (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better. Transfer CSU only Instructor: Kozlowski, C 6/29/15-8/7/15 Music MUS-101 MUSIC LISTENING AND 4.00 Units APPRECIATION Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Festinger, K 6/29/15-8/7/15 MUS-104E THE BEATLES 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Bondurant, K 6/29/15-8/7/15 VOICE MUS-123 BEGINNING VOICE 2.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC 01 LEC: MW 11:00AM - 2:50PM Room: F120 Instructor: Helwing, A 6/29/15-8/5/15 Philosophy PHI-101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Provost, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 PHI-104 CRITICAL THINKING 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Hume, B 6/29/15-8/7/15 Physical Education ATTENTION PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS! You must register before you will be allowed to participate in any Physical Education course. PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE YOU COME TO THE FIRST CLASS. IMPORTANT NOTE: Repeatability rules have changed. The new regulations limit how students may enroll in courses based on course limits, family caps, and individual student exceptions. For more information, speak to a counselor. If you have met your family caps, you can still enjoy the benefits of LTCC s physical activity courses. You may: Enroll in a different family of physical education courses. Enroll in the CONNECT Community Education FEC course for fee-based access to the Fitness Education Center. CONNECT Community Education workshops are listed on pages CONCURRENT COURSES If two or more course sections share the exact dates, times, and classroom, they will be noted as "concurrent" with each other. If two or more course sections share dates and a classroom, but the specific times of the sections only partially overlap, those sections will be noted as "partially concurrent". These concurrent and partially concurrent courses are typically included in Families within the subjects of ART, DAN, MUS, PEF, THE, and WLD. Register online at by June 29! Enroll early for the best course selection!
19 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 19 Physical Education - Athletics ATHLETICS NOTE: Student athletes should see a counselor or coaching staff for information on courses required to be eligible for intercollegiate athletics. PEA-100A PRE-SEASON SOCCER TRAINING Units MEN Transfer CSU/UC (Unit Limit) 01 LAB: MTWThF 1:30PM - 3:20PM Community Play Fields Plus 10 hours TBA Instructor: Wade, B 8/3/15-8/14/15 PEA-100B PRE-SEASON SOCCER TRAINING Units WOMEN Transfer CSU/UC (Unit Limit) 01 LAB: MTWThF 3:30PM - 5:20PM Community Play Fields Plus 10 hours TBA Instructor: Evans, J 8/3/15-8/14/15 PEA-101A INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER I Units MEN Transfer CSU/UC (Unit Limit) 01 LEC: MTWThF 1:30PM - 3:20PM Community Play Fields Plus 13 hours TBA Instructor: Wade, B 8/17/15-9/18/15 PEA-101B INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER I Units WOMEN Transfer CSU/UC (Unit Limit) 01 LEC: MTWThF 3:30PM - 5:20PM Community Play Fields Plus 13 hours TBA Instructor: Evans, J 8/17/15-9/18/15 Physical Education - Fitness Physical Education - Fitness ATTENTION PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS! You must register before you will be allowed to participate in any Physical Education course. PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE YOU COME TO THE FIRST CLASS. FITNESS EDUCATION CENTER IMPORTANT POLICY! Students must choose the section that corresponds with the amount of time they intend to participate. Please note the maximum hours of participation for each class. Once a student reaches the maximum, his/her access to the Fitness Education Center will end. Classes allow students access to all exercise equipment in the center. Students MUST attend a one-hour orientation during the first week. ORIENTATION IS MANDATORY. Your program must be approved and signed off by an instructor by Wednesday, JULY 8, or you may be dropped from the course! MANDATORY ORIENTATION Orientations: Mon., 6/29: 8:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, & 6:00 PM Additional Orientations: Tues., 6/30: 8:00 AM & 6:00 PM OPEN LAB HOURS Mon. - Fri. 6:00 AM 9:00 PM Sat. 8:00 AM 4:00 PM CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING & WEIGHT TRAINING* *SEE FITNESS EDUCATION CENTER (FEC) INTENSIVE INTERVAL PEF-103A BOOT CAMP (A) 0.75 Units Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: MW 7:30AM - 8:45AM Room: G3 Instructor: Muskopf, S 6/29/15-8/5/15 PEF-103B BOOT CAMP (B) 1.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: TTh 5:30PM - 6:20PM Room: G3 Instructor: Karaca, C 6/30/15-9/17/15 Are you confused by the new REPEATABILITY rules? Do you have questions on how they effect you? For more information, meet with a counselor. WEIGHT TRAINING (12-Week Session) Transfer: UC/CSU (unit limit) PEF 120A 2 hours per week/24 hour maximum 0.75 Units 01 TBA-Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 PEF 120B 3 hours per week/36 hour maximum 1.00 Units 01 TBA-Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 PEF 120C 4 hours per week/48 hour maximum 1.25 Units 01 TBA -Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING (12-Week Session) Transfer: UC/CSU (unit limit) PEF 121A 2 hours per week/24 hour maximum 0.75 Units 01 TBA-Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 PEF 121B 3 hours per week/36 hour maximum 1.00 Units 01 TBA-Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 PEF 121C 4 hours per week/48 hour maximum 1.25 Units 01 TBA-Open Lab Instructor: Staff Fitness Educ. Ctr. 6/29/15-9/16/15 If you have repeated out of the Fitness Education Center courses... Check out CONNECT Community Education See pages for courses and registration information. For course descriptions, please see the online schedule at
20 LTCC Summer 2015 Schedule - Page 20 OUTDOOR CYCLING PEF-117A MOUNTAIN BIKING: BEGINNING 1.25 Units NOTE: Each student must bring their own mountain bike and helmet to the first class meeting. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: F 12:30PM - 4:20PM Room: E106 Instructor: Amato, P 7/10/15-8/14/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 117B. PEF-117B MOUNTAIN BIKING: INTERMEDIATE 1.25 Units NOTE: Each student must bring their own mountain bike and helmet to the first class meeting. ADVISORY: PEF 117A or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: F 12:30PM - 4:20PM Room: E106 Instructor: Amato, P 7/10/15-8/14/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 117A. TENNIS PEF-116A TENNIS Units This course addresses the basic fundamental skills and techniques for the tennis strokes setup, forehand and backhand grounds, volley, overhead, serve, and return of serve. NOTE: Bring a racquet. A limited number of racquets are available for class. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) FACILITY USE FEE: $25 01 LEC: TTh 6:15PM - 8:05PM STHS Tennis Courts Instructor: Clark, J 6/30/15-8/6/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 116C and PEF 116F. PEF-116C TENNIS Units This course addresses the advanced swing and stroke mechanics and theories for forehand and backhand groundstroke, volley, overhead, serve, and return of serve. NOTE: Bring a racquet. A limited number of racquets are available for class. ADVISORY: PEF 116A or PEF 116B or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) FACILITY USE FEE: $25 01 LEC: TTh 6:15PM - 8:05PM STHS Tennis Courts Instructor: Clark, J 6/30/15-8/6/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 116A and PEF 116F. PEF-116F TENNIS Units This course identifies singles and doubles strategies. ADVISORY: PEF 116C or PEF 116E or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) FACILITY USE FEE: $25 01 LEC: TTh 6:15PM - 8:05PM STHS Tennis Courts Instructor: Clark, J 6/30/15-8/6/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 116A and PEF 116C. VOLLEYBALL PEF-136E SAND VOLLEYBALL: COMPETITIVE 1.00 Units This course is designed for experienced volleyball players to enhance their skills and abilities in advanced sand volleyball techniques and game strategies. ADVISORY: PEF 124A, PEF 124C, PEF 124E, or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) FACILITY USE FEE: $15 01 LEC: W 6:00PM - 9:05PM Zephyr Cove Instructor: Spina, J 7/1/15-8/12/15 Are you confused by the new REPEATABILITY rules? Do you have questions on how they effect you? For more information, meet with a counselor. YOGA PEF-140A BEGINNING HATHA YOGA 1.75 Units Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: TTh 10:00AM - 11:50AM Room: G3 Instructor: Sullwold, S 6/30/15-8/27/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 140B. PEF-140B INTERMEDIATE HATHA YOGA 1.75 Units ADVISORY: PEF 140A or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC(Unit Limit) 01 LEC: TTh 10:00AM - 11:50AM Room: G3 Instructor: Sullwold, S 6/30/15-8/27/15 This class is concurrent with PEF 140A. Political Science POL-101 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN 4.00 Units GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Liljeblad, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 Psychology PSY-101 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Tomolillo, C 6/29/15-8/7/15 PSY-106 HUMAN SEXUALITY 4.00 Units Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Melucci, N 6/29/15-8/7/15 PSY-202 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 4.00 Units ADVISORY: PSY 101 and ENG 101 or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Tomolillo, C 6/29/15-8/7/15 PSY-210 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL 4.00 Units PSYCHOLOGY ADVISORY: ENG 101 or equivalent. PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Transfer CSU/UC Instructor: Tomolillo, C 6/29/15-8/7/15 Real Estate RES-151 CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE 4.00 Units PRINCIPLES ADVISORY: One of the additional two courses required by the Department of Real Estate State is Real Estate Practice (RES 155). It is recommended students complete either Real Estate Finance (RES 154) or Legal Aspects of Real Estate (RES 152) as the elective course. Instructor: Heggen, S 6/29/15-8/7/15 RES-153 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 4.00 Units ADVISORY: RES 151 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Instructor: Ratkovich, J 6/29/15-8/7/15 FREE books through the Quarterly Textbook Lending Program - See page 12 for additional information. Register online at by June 29! Enroll early for the best course selection!
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