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    65 sections
    • AG - Agriculture
      2 sections
      • AG 110 - Environmental Science
        1 section

        This course is designed to provide students with an overview and understanding of the relationships between human populations and the natural environment. The class will focus on basic concepts of science and ecosystem theory, human impacts on the biosphere, air, water, land, and environmental problems faced by the Imperial Valley that have regional and global consequences, and some of the proposed solutions. Field trips and activities may be included in this course. (Same as ENVS 110) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30032 3.00 Pauley, Patrick 35 11 24 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 09:40 AM 2700 2732 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • AG 140 - Principles of Plant Science
        1 section

        An introduction to plant science that examines agricultural, forest, landscape and other significant uses of plants. Included are structure, growth processes, propagation, physiology, genetic improvement and biotechnology, ecology, soil environment, biological competitors and symbionts of plants. The production, harvest, and utilization of the principle crops grown in California and the Imperial Valley will be included. Laboratory work is required. (C-ID AG-PS 106L) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30210 4.00 Kanyi, Michael 30 12 18 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 2700 2732 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 2700 2732 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • AHP - Allied Health Professions
      1 section
      • AHP 100 - Medical Terminology
        1 section

        Course of study is designed to develop competency in the accurate use of medical vocabulary to include anatomy, physiology, diseases, and descriptive terms to prepare students for entry-level positions as medical transcribers, clinical editors, health insurance processors, patient administration specialists. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30042 3.00 Mora, Cristal 40 26 14 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion - T W R - - 08:30 AM - 12:35 PM SIATEC Jun 18, 2018 Jul 18, 2018
    • AJ - Administration of Justice
      2 sections
      • AJ 102 - Concepts of Criminal Law
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: ENGL 110 and READ 111
        The course covers the historical development of law and constitutional provisions; definitions and the classification of crime and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force are presented. Crimes against persons, property, government, and organized crime are discussed. (C-ID AJ 120) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30125 3.00 Wells, Edward 40 37 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 3200 3212 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • AJ 106 - Prin & Proc of the Just System
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: ENGL 009 and READ 019.
        The course provides an examination and analysis of due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and appeal utilizing statutory law and state and constitutional law precedents. (C-ID AJ 122) (CSU)

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        OPEN 30147 3.00 Wells, Edward 35 30 5 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 3200 3212 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • AMSL - American Sign Language
      1 section
      • AMSL 102 - American Sign Language 2
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: AMSL 100.
        This course is a continuation of American Sign Language 1. Receptive and expressive skills will be further developed through vocabulary enrichment, grammar, practice and interactive conversational exercises. Deaf Culture norms and traditions will be studied in this class. (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30006 4.00 Mendoza, Liisa 30 20 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:05 AM - 10:20 AM 300 313A Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM 300 313A Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • ART - Art
      1 section
      • ART 100 - History of Art I
        1 section

        A survey of the Visual Arts from the Prehistoric period to the Renaissance, with emphasis on painting, sculpture and architecture. (C-ID ARTH 110) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30014 3.00 Kelly, Nannette 80 79 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 2100 2131 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • AU T - Automotive Technology
      1 section
      • AU T 085 - Automotive Maintenance and Rep
        1 section

        This course is designed for students with little or no previous automotive maintenance training. This course consists of automotive safety, demonstrations of emergency situations, such as changing a flat tire, replacing burned-out lamps, and performing general vehicle maintenance and repairs. In addition, the student will learn the correct and safe way to use basic hand tools. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30196 3.00 Pradis, Ricardo 22 7 15 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:00 AM - 09:20 AM 1100 1102 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 09:30 AM - 11:40 AM 1100 1103 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • BIOL - Biology
      3 sections
      • BIOL 100 - Principles Of Biological Scien
        2 sections

        Prerequisite: MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better.
        A comprehensive one semester general biology course for non-majors. Includes life from the molecular to the organismic level of both plants and animals and their interactions within the environment. Special emphasis is put on human biology within appropriate areas of study. Appropriate for general education as well as nursing, pre-professional, and higher level biology courses. Includes laboratory component. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

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        OPEN 30034 4.00 Pauley, Patrick 30 20 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 2700 2717 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 2700 2717 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30175 4.00 Murray, Charlotte 30 21 9 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 2700 2713 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 03:00 PM - 05:10 PM 2700 2713 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • BIOL 206 - Human Physiology
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 091 and CHEM 100 and BIOL 204 with grades of "C" or better; or MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better and current California LVN or RN license.
        Lecture and laboratory course designed to introduce the function of the human body from cellular through organ system levels of organization. Emphasis will be on integration of body systems and interrelationships for maintaining homeostasis. The practical applications of the basic concepts are presented. This course may require the use of human cadavers for observation and/or dissection. (C-ID BIOL 120B) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

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        OPEN 30190 4.00 Sun, Jia 30 27 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 01:50 PM 2700 2737 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 02:00 PM - 06:20 PM 2700 2737 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • BUS - Business Administration
      2 sections
      • BUS 061 - Business English
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in BUS 063 and/or ENGL 009
        This course will provide comprehensive instruction in the correct use of English grammar with an emphasis on business number style skills; and provide an opportunity to apply correct usage and style and effective techniques for writing in today’s work world. (Nontransferable. AA/AS degree only)

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        OPEN 30208 3.00 Viloria, Vicki 35 23 12 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 800 803 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • BUS 210 - Prin of Financial Accounting
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: MATH 081 or equivalent.
        Theory and practice of accounting applicable to recording and reporting of business transactions for proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations as they relate to external use. Includes the study of asset, liability, and equity accounts; revenue and expense recognition; inventory accounting; stockholder equity, earnings, and dividends; long-term bonds and investments; and statements of cash flows. (C-ID ACCT 110) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30044 4.00 Hansink, Todd 35 23 12 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:05 AM - 11:10 AM 800 804 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 11:20 AM - 12:10 PM 800 804 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • CHEM - Chemistry
      2 sections
      • CHEM 100 - Introduction To Chemistry
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better.
        Elementary principles of general inorganic chemistry, a preparatory course for CHEM 200. Previous science background is recommended but not required. This course is designed for non-science majors and students who need only a one-semester general chemistry course, and also for students entering a paramedical and allied health fields, and industrial applications such as power plants. This course will satisfy the prerequisite for CHEM 200. (C-ID CHEM 101) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

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        OPEN 30039 4.00 Benedicto, Alto 30 20 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 05:30 PM - 07:40 PM 2700 2734 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 07:50 PM - 10:00 PM 2700 2715 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • CHEM 200 - General Inorganic Chemistry I
        1 section

        Prerequisite: CHEM 100 with a grade of "C" or better.
        Basic principles and calculations of chemistry with emphasis on stoichiometry and dimension analysis applied to various problem types. Fundamental principles and theory of atomic and molecular structure as related to bonding and molecular geometry. Study of kinetic molecular theory, the first law of thermodynamics, periodic relationships of the elements, physical states of matter, solution chemistry, and oxidation-reduction. The laboratory is closely related to lecture topics and includes methods of classical experimentation as well as certain instrumental analysis. (C-ID CHEM 110) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30040 5.00 Benedicto, Alto 30 7 23 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 09:40 AM 2700 2715 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 09:50 AM - 02:15 PM 2700 2715 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • CIS - Computer Information Systems
      5 sections
      • CIS 101 - Intro to Info Systems
        1 section

        An introductory course designed to teach the basic understanding of computer information systems, survey computer hardware and software, and give the student hands-on experience on common business applications. (C-ID BUS 140 or ITIS 120) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30183 3.00 Ghanim, Walid 40 34 6 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • CIS 120 - Microsoft Word I
        1 section

        Hands-on practice with the Microsoft Word word processing software using a windows environment. The course is designed for beginners and will focus on document creation including multipage documents; basic editing and text enhancement; line and page formatting; cut, copy, and paste, spell check and thesaurus. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30129 1.00 Chronister, Melody 35 19 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • CIS 130 - Power Point I
        1 section

        This course provides students with the basic knowledge of how to create, modify, and present PowerPoint slide shows. Students add and modify both text and graphics; insert and modify information, graphics, and multimedia. This course is designed for students and professionals acquiring or updating basic skills in creating and editing professional presentations. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30170 1.00 Chronister, Melody 35 19 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • CIS 149 - Computer Graphics - Photoshop
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: CIS 101
        The course includes an introduction to the basic working environment of Photoshop; basic photo corrections; retouching and repairing; working with selections; layer basics; masks and channels; correcting and enhancing digital photographs; advanced layer techniques; advanced compositing; and web publishing techniques. The student will create an integrated project that simulates a real-world graphic design job, drawing on the skills learned. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30131 3.00 Martinez, Andres 35 11 24 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE HYBRID Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Lecture/Discussion M T - - - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 800 801 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • CIS 150 - Computer Graphics -Illustrator
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: CIS 101
        This course provides an introduction to the process of creating vector graphics images using Adobe Illustrator, the industry standard vector graphics editor for graphics professionals. Adobe Illustrator is used for creating graphic design, typography, logos, and sharp-edged artistic illustration on the computer. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30171 3.00 Martinez, Andres 36 18 18 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE HYBRID Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Lecture/Discussion - - W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 800 801 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • ECON - Economics
      1 section
      • ECON 101 - Intro to Micro Economics
        1 section

        Prerequisites: MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better.
        This introductory course focuses on choices of individuals and individual firms and what guides decision making in market-based economies. Emphasis given to scarcity, opportunity cost, resource allocation, , supply and demand, elasticity, market failures, cost theory, price and output determination under various market structures, factor markets and the principles of economic analysis. (C-ID ECON 201) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30046 3.00 Hansink, Todd 35 23 12 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 800 804 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • EMTP - Emergency Medical Tech Para
      1 section
      • EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I
        1 section

        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course provides the clinical training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards (2009). The student will put together all didactic and skills training to address medical and traumatic emergencies in multiple hospital departments: critical care, emergency, obstetrics, nursery, pediatrics, and surgery. The student will observe overall administration of advanced life support care in a hospital and will assume responsibilities for advanced assessments, treatment, medication administration, use of equipment, and communication skills under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician assistant, or physician approved by the Local EMS Authority. The course is intense, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)

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        OPEN 30073 3.50 Holt, Steve 6 0 6 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Laboratory - - - - - - TBA 2100 CLIN Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • ENGL - English
      16 sections
      • ENGL 008 - Basic English Composition I
        2 sections

        Prerequisite: ESL 005 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Preparation for ENGL 009. Provides developmental instruction approaching the college level in paragraph and short essay writing. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30091 4.00 Contreras, Rosa 30 20 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 09:05 AM - 12:10 PM 2700 2751 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30092 4.00 Lewenstein, Jay 30 6 24 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 03:35 PM 2700 2751 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ENGL 009 - Basic English Composition II
        4 sections

        Prerequisite: ENGL 008 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Preparation for ENGL 110. The course seeks to facilitate the student's mastery of the short essay at the college level. The course follows in sequence from ENGL 008. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30095 4.00 Sykora, Sacha 30 17 13 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 10:35 AM 3000 3000 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30096 4.00 Beope, Nikolai 30 19 11 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 03:35 PM 2700 2735 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30144 4.00 Baukholt, Robert 30 28 2 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30145 4.00 Baukholt, Robert 30 17 13 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ENGL 010 - English Composition - Accel
        1 section

        Accelerated class that prepares students for transfer-level English composition and associate-degree classes. Emphasizes and develops skills in critical reading and academic writing. Strongly recommended: participation in the writing placement (Accuplacer) process. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30184 4.00 Elliott, Kaylene 30 29 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:30 AM - 10:40 AM 3400 3400 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 10:50 AM - 12:05 PM 3400 3400 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ENGL 110 - Composition and Reading
        8 sections

        Prerequisite: ENGL 009 or ENGL 010 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Recommended Preparation: READ 019 (Formerly ENGL 019)
        The standard course in freshman English. The course seeks to improve the student's ability to understand serious and complex prose and to improve the student's ability to write an exposition that is thoughtful and clear, including the production of a well-documented research paper. (C-ID ENGL 100) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30098 4.00 Sandoval, Angel 30 13 17 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 10:35 AM 2700 2723 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30099 4.00 Sandoval, Angel 30 22 8 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:45 AM - 01:50 PM 2700 2733 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30101 4.00 Apodaca, Joe 30 9 21 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 03:35 PM 2700 2727 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30103 4.00 Sandoval, Angel 30 8 22 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 02:00 PM - 05:05 PM 2700 2726 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30104 4.00 Apodaca, Joe 30 3 27 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 10:35 AM 300 304B Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30105 4.00 Patterson, James 30 3 27 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 06:00 PM - 09:05 PM 2700 2727 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30107 4.00 Morris, Audrey 30 12 18 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
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        OPEN 30108 4.00 Baukholt, Robert 30 17 13 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ENGL 201 - Advanced Composition
        1 section

        Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better.
        Emphasizes critical thinking in reading and writing beyond that achieved in ENGL 110. Written argumentation will focus on deduction and induction, an understanding of the fallacies of language and thought, the application of valid evidence, and refutation. (C-ID ENGL 105) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30110 3.00 Cormier, Judy 30 8 22 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 400 404 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • ENVS - Environmental Science
      1 section
      • ENVS 110 - Environmental Science
        1 section

        This course is designed to provide students with an overview and understanding of the relationships between human populations and the natural environment. The class will focus on basic concepts of science and ecosystem theory, human impacts on the biosphere, air, water, land, and environmental problems faced by the Imperial Valley that have regional and global consequences, and some of the proposed solutions. Field trips and activities may be included in this course. (Same as AG 110) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 30031 3.00 Pauley, Patrick 35 24 11 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 09:40 AM 2700 2732 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • ESL - English as a Second Language
      4 sections
      • ESL 004 - Grammar and Comp for ESL 4
        1 section

        Prerequisite: ESL 003 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Recommended Companion Course: ESL 014
        ESL 004 is a grammar class in an English-only environment designed for the high-intermediate ESL student. The course will emphasize grammar, writing sentences, and paragraphs. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30025 5.00 Ponce, Josefina 30 19 11 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:05 AM - 11:55 AM 3600 3600 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ESL 005 - Grammar and Comp for ESL 5
        1 section

        Prerequisite: ESL 004 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Recommended Companion Course: ESL 015
        ESL 005 is a grammar class in an English-only environment designed for the advanced ESL student. The course will emphasize grammar and writing sentences and paragraphs in a variety of rhetorical modes. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30026 5.00 Harris, Diane 30 19 11 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:05 AM - 11:55 AM 200 211 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ESL 014 - Speaking & Listening for ESL 4
        1 section

        Prerequisites: ESL 013 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Recommended Companion Courses: ESL 004
        ESL 014 is a grammar-based speaking class in an English-only Environment for the high-intermediate ESL student. Students will further develop listening comprehension and will demonstrate greater fluency, accuracy, and confidence in oral production. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 30177 5.00 Harris, Diane 30 5 25 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 04:20 PM 200 211 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • ESL 024 - ESL Reading 2
        1 section

        Prerequisites: ESL 023 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        This course is designed to assist high-intermediate ESL students in developing reading skills and reading efficiency in English. Focus will be placed on understanding text structure and overall comprehension of a variety of texts. Further development of reading skills will also be emphasized. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30163 3.00 Ponce, Josefina 30 6 24 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30163
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 2900 2900 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • HE - Health Education
      2 sections
      • HE 102 - Health Education
        2 sections

        This course studies aspects of physical, intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual and environmental health. Emphasis is placed on the development of attitudes and practices of a preventive lifestyle for healthy living and optimal wellness. Specific instructional areas include chronic diseases, physical activity, nutrition, weight management, birth control methods, human sexuality, alcohol, tobacco, illicit drug abuse, stress, and factors that contribute to wellness and longevity. Experience in personal health assessment and the changing of health behaviors is also stressed. This course satisfies the State of California Health Education requirement for a teaching credential. (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30076 3.00 Mecate II, James 45 40 5 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30076
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 400 403 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30077 3.00 Robinson, Andrew 45 27 18 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30077
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 03:00 PM - 05:10 PM 2100 2131 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • HIST - History
      2 sections
      • HIST 100 - Early World History
        1 section

        Early World History is a broad survey of the diverse societies of Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Oceania from prehistory through the 1400s. This course seeks to describe the emergence and development of civilizations, societies, trade, religions and cultures, and to recognize the interconnections between different peoples and across time. (C-ID HIST 150) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30049 3.00 Gretz, Suzanne 40 33 7 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30049
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:00 AM - 12:10 PM 200 204 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • HIST 101 - Modern World History
        1 section

        Modern World History is a broad survey of the diverse societies of Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Oceania from the 1400s to the present. This course emphasizes the political, cultural, social, imperial, and trade connections between western and non-western societies of the modern era. (C-ID HIST 160) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30179 3.00 Gretz, Suzanne 40 14 26 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30179
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 200 204 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • MATH - Mathematics
      6 sections
      • MATH 071 - Pre-Algebra
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 061 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        An introduction to the mathematical concepts needed for further study in Algebra. Topics covered will include the real number system, variable expressions, solving equations, measurement and conversions, and geometry. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30112 3.00 Duarte, Carlos 40 20 20 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30112
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 03:30 PM - 05:40 PM 2700 2723 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • MATH 081 - Beginning Algebra
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 071 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        An introduction to the concepts of Algebra. Topics covered include solving equations, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, graphs and linear equations, systems of linear equations, and inequalities. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30114 4.00 Castrapel, Rick 40 33 7 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30114
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 05:30 PM - 08:35 PM 2700 2728 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • MATH 091 - Intermediate Algebra
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 081 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        A further study of the concepts of algebra. Topics covered include linear and quadratic equations, relations, functions and graphs, systems of equations, logarithms and exponential functions, conic sections, and sequences and series. (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30141 5.00 Shokoufi, Mardjan 40 37 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30141
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE HYBRID Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Mid-Term - - - R - - 08:15 AM - 10:00 AM 2700 2727 Jul 12, 2018 Jul 12, 2018
        Final Exam - - - R - - 08:15 AM - 10:00 AM 2700 2727 Jul 26, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • MATH 119 - Elementary Statistics
        1 section

        Prerequisites: MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        The use of probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive techniques to facilitate decision-making. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability and sampling distributions; statistical inference; correlation and linear regression; analysis of variance, chi-square and t-tests; and supervised use and practice in the application of technology for statistical analysis including the production of graphics, finding confidence intervals, test statistics, and regression lines, as well as the interpretation of the relevance of the statistical findings. Applications using data from disciplines including business, social sciences, psychology, life science, health science, and education. (C-ID MATH 110) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30119 4.00 Hernandez, Oscar 35 19 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30119
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 02:00 PM - 05:05 PM 2700 2721 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • MATH 190 - Pre-Calculus
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        This is a course intended for students who need a thorough foundation before attempting calculus. Included will be the study of the real number system, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, the complex numbers, theory of equations, and systems of equations. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30122 5.00 Castrapel, Rick 35 29 6 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30122
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 04:20 PM 2700 2722 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • MATH 192 - Analytic Geometry and Calc I
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 190 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        A first course in differential and integral calculus of a single variable: functions; limits and continuity; techniques and applications of differentiation and integration; Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Primarily for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Majors. (C-ID MATH 210) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30212 4.00 Lehtonen, Eric 35 19 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30212
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 10:45 AM - 01:50 PM 2700 2723 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • MUS - Music
      1 section
      • MUS 102 - Intro to Music Lit & Listening
        1 section

        An introduction to music literature with emphasis on listening experience. Students study the expressive materials of music and the major forms of music literature including music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras as well as 20th century, Jazz, American music, Rock, and Non-Western music. Emphasis placed on the skills and understanding necessary for lifelong music listening experiences. (C-ID MUS 100) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30017 3.00 Davidson, Brandilyn 35 29 6 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30017
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 300 305 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • NURS - Nursing: Associate Degree
      4 sections
      • NURS 080 - Introduction to Nursing
        1 section

        Prerequisite: Admission to the Imperial Valley College Nursing Program
        This course is designed to provide the pre-nursing student with an introduction to the study of nursing. The student will participate in sessions to explore and become familiar with the expectations and realities of being a nursing student. Utilizing a variety of topics, activities, examinations and general information, it is designed to assist the student to develop strategies to be successful in the nursing program. The philosophy of the nursing program and role of the student in developing accountability, integrity and meeting the standards of academic and clinical conduct are discussed. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30004 1.50 Hansink, Pamela 24 0 24 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30004
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:00 AM - 10:05 AM 2100 2139 Jun 18, 2018 Jun 28, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 10:15 AM - 01:25 PM 2100 2139 Jun 18, 2018 Jun 28, 2018
      • NURS 219 - Psych & Mental Health Nursing
        3 sections

        Prerequisite: NURS 128 with a grade of "C" or better.
        This course focuses on the care of clients across the lifespan experiencing cognitive, mental and behavioral disorders. Emphasis is placed on management of clients facing emotional and psychological stressors as well as promoting and maintaining the mental health of individuals and families. Concepts of crisis intervention, therapeutic communication, anger management, and coping skills are integrated throughout the course. The community as a site for care and support services is addressed. Clinical experiences provide the student an opportunity to apply theoretical concepts and implement safe client care to clients in selected mental health settings. Clinical experience may be out of county. (CSU)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30029 3.00 Webster, Roberta 10 8 2 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30029
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M - - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 25, 2018 Jul 09, 2018
        Lecture/Discussion M T - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 11, 2018 Jun 19, 2018
        Laboratory - - W - - - 06:45 AM - 05:20 PM 2100 CLIN Jun 13, 2018 Jul 11, 2018
        Laboratory - T - - - - 06:45 AM - 05:20 PM 2100 CLIN Jul 03, 2018 Jul 03, 2018
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30030 3.00 Webster, Roberta 10 8 2 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30030
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M - - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 25, 2018 Jul 09, 2018
        Lecture/Discussion M T - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 11, 2018 Jun 19, 2018
        Laboratory - - - R - - 06:45 AM - 05:15 PM 2100 CLIN Jun 14, 2018 Jul 12, 2018
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30156 3.00 Webster, Roberta 10 9 1 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30156
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M - - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 25, 2018 Jul 09, 2018
        Lecture/Discussion M T - - - - 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 2100 2150 Jun 11, 2018 Jun 19, 2018
        Laboratory - - - - F - 06:45 AM - 05:15 PM 2100 CLIN Jun 15, 2018 Jul 13, 2018
    • PE - Physical Education
      1 section
      • PE 100 - Lifetime Exercise Science
        1 section

        This course is designed to emphasize a comprehensive understanding of the entire scope of the fitness for life process. The student will be equipped to assess their present fitness status; with the ability to write a personalized fitness program; and engage in that fitness program. The course will focus on five areas: cardiovascular endurance, weight control, strength, flexibility, and relaxation. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a Counselor.)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30083 2.00 Carboni, Cuauhtemoc 45 25 20 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30083
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 03:00 PM - 03:45 PM 700 755 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 03:50 PM - 05:10 PM 700 755 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • PHIL - Philosophy
      1 section
      • PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy I
        1 section

        Man's interpretation of the nature and meaning of reality. Emphasis placed upon the existence of God, free will, and mind-body problems. (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30174 3.00 Edwards, Aaron 40 36 4 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30174
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 400 411 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • PSY - Psychology
      2 sections
      • PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: Twelfth grade reading level highly recommended.
        An introduction to the study of human behavior and cognition. Includes consideration of many of the major topics in psychology including, but not limited to, the biology of behavior, learning, human development, sleep and consciousness, personality, mental disorders and therapy, and social processes. (C-ID PSY 110) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30062 3.00 Lofgren, Mary 45 32 13 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30062
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 07:30 AM - 09:40 AM 400 412 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
      • PSY 214 - Statistical Methods in Beh Sci
        1 section

        Prerequisite: PSY 101 with a grade of "C" or better and MATH 091 with a grade of "C" or better.
        Quantitative methods in behavioral sciences are considered including: measures of central tendency and variability; graphic methods and percentages; linear correlation and regression; application of normal probability curves; and introducing statistical inferential measures including "t" tests, one and two-way analysis of variance, and chi-square. The data analysis will also involve statistical and graphical analysis and interpretation of behavioral science data using computer technology such as SPSS. (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30068 4.00 Duva, Mark 30 29 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30068
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 800 801 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 03:00 PM - 04:20 PM 800 801 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • SOC - Sociology
      1 section
      • SOC 102 - Contemporary Social Problems
        1 section

        This course examines contemporary social problems and the process by which competing groups make claims to define phenomena as social problems. Emphasis includes understanding these problems on the societal level, the group level, and from the standpoint of the individual. (C-ID SOCI 115) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30188 3.00 Reyes, Barbara 35 34 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30188
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:40 PM 400 413 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
    • WE - Work Experience
      1 section
      • WE 201 - Employment Readiness
        1 section

        Skills development in the areas of job search, employer contact, résumé writing, applications and cover letter, interviewing techniques, appropriate dress, job-holding practices and on-site learning objectives. A review of factors relating to or contributing to job success, including motivation, attitude, human relations, leadership, personal, as well as, group relationships, and behavior. (CSU)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30048 1.00 Ruiz, Angelica 35 15 20 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30048
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 12:30 PM - 02:35 PM 800 803 Jun 18, 2018 Jun 28, 2018
    • WELD - Welding
      1 section
      • WELD 230 - Shielded Metal Arc Weld on Pip
        1 section

        Prerequisite: WELD 135 (Formerly WELD 102) with a grade of C or better.
        This course is designed to be a study of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). This course is one of the required courses in the Welding Technology Program. The student will develop the theory and knowledge base to be able to safely and properly practice welding techniques in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) on Carbon Steel Pipe (Open Root). To support and enhance the understanding and application of SMAW and Welding Technology principles, the student will develop an understanding of Industrial Safety Standards, Technical Drawings, Weld/Welding Symbols, Electrical Fundamentals, Fundamental SMAW Welding Metallurgy, Fundamentals of Quality Assurance, Welding Codes (API 1104 and ASME Section IX), and Weld Testing/Inspection. The development of welding skills sets and practices for SMAW applications on carbon steel pipe will require the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the application of all Safety Rules. (Formerly WELD 103) (CSU)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 30180 3.00 Araiza, Carlos 25 19 6 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 30180
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R - - 08:00 AM - 09:20 AM 3100 3119 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018
        Laboratory M T W R - - 09:30 AM - 12:35 PM 3100 3120 Jun 18, 2018 Jul 26, 2018