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    46 sections
    • AG - Agriculture
      1 section
      • 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 15030 3.00 Staff 35 13 22 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 2700 2732 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • AJ - Administration of Justice
      2 sections
      • AJ 110 - Law Enf Community Relations
        1 section

        This course examines the complex, dynamic relationship between communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict with an emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multicultural population. Topics may include the consensus and conflicting values in Cultural, Religion, and the Law. Through interaction and study, the student will become aware of the relationship and role law enforcement, the courts and corrections have in our multicultural society and how that role is evolving to an ever changing population. Emphasis will be placed upon the development of positive relationships between members in the criminal justice system and the public they serve. Concepts of community-oriented policing as they apply to administration of justice issues, future trends, and training will be discussed. (C-ID AJ 160) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 15198 3.00 Staff 35 33 2 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 F - 03:00 PM - 05:15 PM 3200 3212 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • AJ 141 - Arrest and Firearms
        1 section

        Prerequisites as required by P.O.S.T.: No felony or domestic violence convictions, able to successfully participate in physical requirements of class, U.S. Citizen or have filed for U.S. citizenship. Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
        Recommended Preparation: ENGL 009 and READ 019.
        Designed to satisfy training standards set forth by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards Training (P.O.S.T.) as required by Penal Code Section 832 for Peace Officers; includes laws of arrest, search and seizure, methods of arrest, discretionary decision making, and where applicable, use and care of firearms. Supply fee may be charged. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15254 3.50 Staff 25 10 15 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion - - - - F - 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM 3200 3201 Jan 04, 2019 Feb 02, 2019
        Laboratory - - - - - S 08:00 AM - 06:20 PM 3200 3201 Jan 04, 2019 Feb 02, 2019
    • ART - Art
      2 sections
      • 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 15062 3.00 Staff 80 79 1 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 F - 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM 2100 2131 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • ART 102 - History of Art II
        1 section

        A continuation of ART 100, extending from the Renaissance to Contemporary times. May be taken before or concurrently with ART 100. (C-ID ARTH 120) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 15063 3.00 Staff 80 79 1 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 2700 2734 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • AU T - Automotive Technology
      1 section
      • AU T 165 - Diesel Preventive Maint & Insp
        1 section

        The Diesel Preventive Maintenance and Inspection course trains students in: theory, design, operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of heavy duty truck and farm equipment. Upon successful completion of this course, the students are prepared to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification Exam in Preventive Maintenance T8. (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)

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        OPEN 15256 4.00 Staff 22 3 19 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 F - 08:00 AM - 10:15 AM 1100 1102 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 10:25 AM - 12:40 PM 1100 1102 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • BLDC - Building Construction
      1 section
      • BLDC 190 - Carpentry Trim and Detail Work
        1 section

        Trim and detail work in carpentry construction require a different set of technical and skills competencies. This course is a survey of the technical knowledge, skill sets, and attention to details needed for building and residential construction finish work. Included in this course will be interior finish, doors, windows, drywall, trim, specialty tools, and construction safety. (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)

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        OPEN 15257 3.00 Staff 20 10 10 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 F - 08:00 AM - 08:50 AM 3100 3117 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 09:00 AM - 01:35 PM 3100 3117 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • BUS - Business Administration
      2 sections
      • BUS 172 - Office Procedures for the Wkpl
        1 section

        This course stresses all business skills and those competencies required of the office worker in today's business environment. The course provides realistic and meaningful experiences to strengthen student's administrative skills and knowledge of business procedures and technological skills. The role of the administrative assistant will be analyzed as well as the global influences that affect the way business is conducted. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15069 3.00 Staff 35 34 1 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 F - 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM 800 803 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • BUS 210 - Prin of Financial Accounting
        1 section

        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 15070 4.00 Staff 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 F - 08:05 AM - 11:10 AM 800 804 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 11:20 AM - 12:10 PM 800 804 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • CDEV - Child Development
      1 section
      • CDEV 212 - Adult Supervisn in CD Programs
        1 section

        A study of the methods and principles of adult supervision in an early childhood setting from a development perspective. Topics covered include competence in personnel management, effective interpersonal communication, how adults learn, team building. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15180 3.00 Staff 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 F - 06:00 PM - 08:15 PM 200 202 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • 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 15039 4.00 Staff 30 29 1 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 2700 2715 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 03:00 PM - 05:15 PM 2700 2715 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • 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 or C-ID CHEM 120 S with CHEM 202) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 15040 5.00 Staff 30 26 4 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 F - 08:15 AM - 10:30 AM 2700 2716 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 10:40 AM - 03:20 PM 2700 2716 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • CIS - Computer Information Systems
      2 sections
      • CIS 149 - Computer Graphics - Photoshop
        1 section

        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 15244 3.00 Staff 35 19 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • CIS 150 - Computer Graphics -Illustrator
        1 section

        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 15211 3.00 Staff 36 26 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • CSI - Correctional Science
      2 sections
      • CSI 104 - Cncpts of Probation & Parole
        1 section

        A survey of the historical development of probation and parole from early court procedures through modern practices with an emphasis on the operation of probation and parole agencies in California including such topics as probation and parole laws and procedures. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15231 3.00 Staff 35 32 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • CSI 206 - Corr Interviewing & Counseling
        1 section

        An overview of the techniques available to practitioners in Corrections in counseling and interviewing. The student will learn the use of appropriate techniques and theories in confidence building which may be used by the correctional employee in client interviews and counseling. A basic course for students planning to enter or already employed within the Correctional Science Field. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15234 3.00 Staff 35 16 19 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE ONLINE Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • ELTR - Electronics
      1 section
      • ELTR 220 - Digital Instrumentation Meas
        1 section

        Recommended Preparation: ELTR 140
        Advanced concepts in electronics. Topics will include: additional devices included in circuits, instrumentation, various system designs, and successive "generations." (CSU)

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        OPEN 15259 3.00 Staff 24 7 17 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 F - 08:05 AM - 09:25 AM 3100 3110 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 09:35 AM - 11:50 AM 3100 3110 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • EMT - Emergency Medical Technician
      1 section
      • EMT 107 - Emrg Medical Tech 1 Ref
        1 section

        Prerequisites: Current EMT I certification or have possessed an EMT I certification within the past 4 years, and as mandated by the Imperial County EMS Agency, California Title 22, and/or CoAEMSP National Education Standards.
        This course is designed to fulfill the California EMT I refresher course requirements and will review basic life support topics and procedures to include cardiopulmonary resuscitation training. Topics specific to Imperial County will be presented, as well as changes in policies and procedures with updated and new materials. Successful completion of this course will satisfy continuing education requirements for the EMT I and will enable the EMT I to be eligible for recertification in the State of California. This course is approved by the Imperial County Emergency Medical Services Agency and is within the training guidelines of the California Code of Regulations and the California Fire Service Training and Education Systems (CFSTES). (Same as FIRE 107) (CSU)

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        OPEN 15245 2.00 Staff 20 9 11 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion - T W R - - 08:00 AM - 10:30 AM 3200 3204 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • ENGL - English
      2 sections
      • ENGL 008 - Basic English Composition I
        1 section

        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 15012 4.00 Staff 30 22 8 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 F - 12:30 PM - 03:35 PM 2700 2751 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • ENGL 110 - Composition and Reading
        1 section

        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 15022 4.00 Staff 30 28 2 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 F - 12:30 PM - 03:35 PM 300 313A Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • 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 15031 3.00 Staff 35 22 13 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 2700 2732 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • ESL - English as a Second Language
      3 sections
      • 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 15237 5.00 Staff 30 9 21 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE HYBRID Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Lecture/Discussion M - W - F - 08:05 AM - 12:00 PM 300 304A Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • ESL 015 - Speaking & Listening for ESL 5
        1 section

        Prerequisites: ESL 014 with a grade of "C" or better or appropriate placement.
        Recommended Companion Courses: ESL 004, ESL 044, ESL 045, ESL 053, ESL 054, ESL 055
        ESL 015 is a grammar-based speaking class in an English-only Environment for the advanced ESL student. Students will further develop listening comprehension and the ability to speak with greater fluency, accuracy, and confidence in oral production. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 15238 5.00 Staff 30 11 19 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Online - - - - - - ONLINE HYBRID Jan 02, 2019 Jan 31, 2019
        Lecture/Discussion M T W - - - 08:05 AM - 12:00 PM 300 304B Jan 02, 2019 Jan 31, 2019
      • ESL 037 - Verb Review 7
        1 section

        This course is designed to review and reinforce proper use of verb tenses in English. It is a recommended supplement for students in Advanced ESL courses, as well as for students in developmental English courses. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 15239 1.00 Staff 30 7 23 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M - W - F - 12:30 PM - 01:40 PM 300 304A Jan 02, 2019 Feb 02, 2019
    • FIRE - Fire Science
      2 sections
      • FIRE 220 - Fire Apparatus Driver/Op 1A
        1 section

        Prerequisite: CA Class "B" firefighter restricted license minimum.
        Recommended Preparation: Fire Fighting I training recommended.
        This course provides the student with information on driver responsibilities, recognized standards, and related laws for fire apparatus. Topics include basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire apparatus, and techniques on driving and positioning fire apparatus. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her driving skills during simulated driving conditions. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15225 2.50 Staff 20 1 19 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 F - 08:30 AM - 05:10 PM 3200 3211 Jan 07, 2019 Jan 11, 2019
      • FIRE 221 - Fire Apparatus Driver/Op 1B
        1 section

        Prerequisites: CA Class "B" firefighting restricted license minimum, and FIRE 220 with a grade of "C" or better.
        This course provides the student with information on pump construction and theory of pump operations. Topics include: methods of performing basic hydraulics and techniques on basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire pumps. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her pumping skills during simulated pumping conditions. (CSU)

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        OPEN 15226 2.50 Staff 20 1 19 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 F - 08:30 AM - 05:10 PM 3200 3211 Jan 14, 2019 Jan 18, 2019
    • HE - Health Education
      1 section
      • HE 102 - Health Education
        1 section

        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. (C-ID PHS 100) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 15104 3.00 Staff 45 44 1 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 F - 03:00 PM - 05:15 PM 2100 2131 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • HIST - History
      1 section
      • HIST 120 - US History: Prehist-Reconstruc
        1 section

        This course is a survey of American history from the pre-Columbian era to the end of Reconstruction. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the colonial and early American eras. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the colonial and early American periods. (C-ID HIST 130) (CSU, UC)

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        OPEN 15077 3.00 Staff 40 39 1 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 200 204 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • MA - Medical Assistant
      1 section
      • MA 074 - Clinical Externship I
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MA 072 (Formerly AHP 072) with a grade of "C" or better.
        Course is designed to enable the student to put all didactic information and skills together in the work setting of the "front office" of a clinic or doctor's office. The medical assistant student is placed at a medical office, clinic, or HMO where he/she will gain hands-on experience performing "front office" medical assistant duties. Students are required to be available days to attend the externship. The externship hours are similar to the schedules normally available in industry. (Formerly AHP 074) (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)

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        OPEN 15127 2.00 Staff 30 27 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Laboratory - - - - - - TBA 2100 CLIN Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • MATH - Mathematics
      4 sections
      • MATH 061 - Basic Mathematics
        1 section

        An introduction the concepts needed for further study in Mathematics. Topics covered include operations with whole and rational numbers, decimals, percents, ratio and proportions, and their applications. (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)

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        OPEN 15207 3.00 Staff 40 31 9 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 F - 07:30 AM - 09:45 AM 2700 2723 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • 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)

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        OPEN 15043 3.00 Staff 40 37 3 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 F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 400 403 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • 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)

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        OPEN 15048 5.00 Staff 40 32 8 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 F - 05:30 PM - 09:35 PM 2700 2725 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • 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)

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        OPEN 15050 4.00 Staff 35 34 1 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 F - 09:05 AM - 12:10 PM 2700 2735 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • NURS - Nursing: Associate Degree
      1 section
      • 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)

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        OPEN 15001 1.50 Staff 24 0 24 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
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        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion - T W R - - 08:00 AM - 09:25 AM 2100 2139 Jan 02, 2019 Jan 24, 2019
        Laboratory - T W R - - 09:35 AM - 11:50 AM 2100 2139 Jan 02, 2019 Jan 24, 2019
    • PE - Physical Education
      3 sections
      • PE 100 - Lifetime Exercise Science
        2 sections

        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.)

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        OPEN 15110 2.00 Staff 45 43 2 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 F - 03:00 PM - 03:50 PM 700 700 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 03:50 PM - 05:15 PM 700 700 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15255 2.00 Staff 45 35 10 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15255
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM 700 700 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 06:20 PM - 07:45 PM 700 700 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • PE 102 - Physical Fitness
        1 section

        This course is designed to emphasize physical conditioning and development. Equips the student with a repertoire of exercises and conditioning activities which can be used to maintain physical fitness throughout college and adult life. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15204 1.00 Staff 40 39 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15204
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Laboratory M T W R F - 05:30 PM - 06:55 PM 700 755 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • PHYS - Physics
      1 section
      • PHYS 200 - General Physics I
        1 section

        Prerequisite: MATH 192 with a grade of "C" or better.
        This course is designed to give an understanding of the fundamental principles of physics in the area of mechanics. (C-ID PHYS 200S or C-ID PHYS 205) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15199 4.00 Staff 30 23 7 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15199
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 10:00 AM - 12:05 PM 2700 2731 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 12:15 PM - 03:40 PM 2700 2731 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • POLS - Political Science
      2 sections
      • POLS 102 - American Gov & Politics
        2 sections

        The origin, development and operation of local, state and national political institutions within the United States emphasizing the contemporary operations of the American political system. (C-ID POLS 110) (CSU, UC)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15082 3.00 Staff 45 44 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15082
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 07:30 AM - 09:45 AM 2100 2131 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15084 3.00 Staff 45 42 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15084
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 400 412 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • PSY - Psychology
      3 sections
      • PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
        2 sections

        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 15088 3.00 Staff 45 42 3 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15088
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 400 411 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15089 3.00 Staff 45 41 4 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15089
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM 400 411 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
      • 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 15096 4.00 Staff 30 9 21 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15096
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 12:30 PM - 02:45 PM 900 901 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 02:55 PM - 04:20 PM Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • SPAN - Spanish
      1 section
      • SPAN 220 - Spanish for Heritage Speakrs I
        1 section

        Prerequisite: Spanish speaking fluency, native or near-native or 3 years of high school Spanish.
        The course is designed for heritage speakers of Spanish or other linguistically qualified students. The course provides instruction that builds upon the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing; placing emphasis on acquiring proficiency using formal Spanish at the intermediate level. The course also focuses on language challenges particular to Heritage and Native speakers such as orthography, the inappropriate mix of English and Spanish, and contrasts between standard Spanish and regional variations. Emphasis will be on the indicative tenses: present, preterit, imperfect, and future. These skills will be explored through reading in the contemporary culture of Spain, Latin America, and the Spanish speaking communities in the United States - Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Central American. (C-ID SPAN 220) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15057 5.00 Staff 30 22 8 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15057
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 08:30 AM - 12:35 PM 300 313B Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • 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 15074 1.00 Staff 35 34 1 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15074
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 08:10 AM - 09:50 AM 800 803 Jan 22, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
    • WELD - Welding
      1 section
      • WELD 125 - Gas Tungsten Arc Weld on Plate
        1 section

        Prerequisite: WELD 100 with a grade of C or better.
        This course is designed to be a study of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). 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 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (SMAW) on Steel (A-36), Stainless Steel, and Aluminum plate. To support and enhance the understanding and application of GTAW and Welding Technology principles, the student will develop an understanding of Industrial Safety Standards, Technical Drawings, Weld/Welding Symbols, Electrical Fundamentals, Fundamental GTAW Welding Metallurgy, Fundamentals of Quality Assurance, Welding Codes, and Weld Testing/Inspection. The development of welding skills sets and practices for GTAW applications on plate will require the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the application of all Safety Rules. (Formerly WELD 101) (CSU)

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 15192 3.00 Staff 25 9 16 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 15192
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Lecture/Discussion M T W R F - 08:00 AM - 09:25 AM 3100 3120 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
        Laboratory M T W R F - 10:00 AM - 01:05 PM 3100 3120 Jan 02, 2019 Feb 01, 2019