Available Classes

Spring 2020: All Available Classes

MEDA 74: Clinical Experience Seminar
Description: Discussion and analysis of clinical experience in a clinic setting or private physician's office.
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CRN: 30063    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: M 09:00am-11:50am
LOCATION: C2200 2256    START & END DATES: 04/13/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PERKINS, KRISTINA
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LIBS 1: Library Skills for an Information Society
Description: Introduction to academic libraries and information resources they provide, including development of search strategies, and the retrieval, evaluation, and use of information. Effective use of print and electronic resources, including online library catalogs, reference sources, online periodicals and research databases, and the internet. Prepares students to resolve different information queries, problems or issues (both academic and non-academic) in a systematic way—locate, evaluate, synthesize and communicate information.
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CRN: 32909    SECTION: CIN    DAYS & TIMES: MW 12:00pm-12:50pm
LOCATION: C100 119    START & END DATES: 03/17/2020 - 05/22/2020

PEAC PLF1: Plyometrics and Agility Training for Women
Description: This course focuses on physical training for women and is designed to help improve performance and minimize the potential for injury. Training will include progressive plyometric techniques, agility drills, flexibility exercises and core strengthening techniques. Health and nutritional issues specific to women will also be addressed. Students will learn about training and prevention of metabolic syndrome through diet and exercise in this course.
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CRN: 31499    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 12:00pm-02:15pm
LOCATION: C2500 2500    START & END DATES: 04/13/2020 - 05/22/2020

HEAG FN50: Functional Movement and Balance for the Mature Adult
Description: Develops balance and functional movement for the mature adult (50+years in age). Course will include nutritional information to prevent hypertension and diabetes. Course is moderate to hard in intensity. Prior to enrollment student should get physician's OK to exercise.
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CRN: 33841    SECTION: 073    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 06:30pm-08:20pm
LOCATION: C2900 2910    START & END DATES: 02/11/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: DE GUZMAN, RUDOLFO
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ENTR 16: Making the Pitch
Description: An elevator pitch is a short summary used to quickly and simply define a person, profession, product, service, organization or event and its value proposition. This course will teach you how to identify the attributes of a value proposition; outline a presentation that articulates those values; orally present your value proposition in the form of a 2 minute elevator pitch.
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CRN: 31371    SECTION: E71    DAYS & TIMES: W 06:00pm-09:15pm
LOCATION: C500 552    START & END DATES: 03/30/2020 - 04/30/2020

ENTR 5: The Entrepreneurial Mindset
Description: A study of social and business entrepreneurs throughout history and around the world. An exploration of the traits that enable entrepreneurs to thrive in vastly different cultures and eras, and the important contributions made by these innovators.
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CRN: 31471    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

MUSL 1: Introduction to Music
Description: Music for enjoyment and understanding through informed listening, analysis, evaluation and discernment of musical elements, forms, and repertoire. Attendance at concerts and listening to a variety of music is required.
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CRN: 30833    SECTION: 002    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 10:30am-11:45am, To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1200 1224    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: HARRIS, TIMOTHY
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BUS 7: Accounting for Small Business
Description: Bookkeeping practices and accounting cycle for service and merchandising sole proprietorship. Double-accounting entry system (debits and credits), books of original entry (journals), ledgers, adjusting and closing entries, income statement, balance sheets, and statement of owner’s equity, cash, banking activities, payroll, special journals, merchandising firms.
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CRN: 30254    SECTION: H71    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:20pm, To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 301    START & END DATES: 03/03/2020 - 05/22/2020

BUS 1B: Managerial Accounting
Description: Examines how managers use accounting information in decision-making, planning, directing, operating, and controlling. Emphasis on cost terms and concepts, cost structure, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, profit planning, budgeting, budgetary controls, cost controls, accounting for manufacturing costs and ethics.
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CRN: 33582    SECTION: H71    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1607    START & END DATES: 02/18/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: KALYAGIN, DMITRIY
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BUS 1B: Managerial Accounting
Description: Examines how managers use accounting information in decision-making, planning, directing, operating, and controlling. Emphasis on cost terms and concepts, cost structure, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, profit planning, budgeting, budgetary controls, cost controls, accounting for manufacturing costs and ethics.
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CRN: 33651    SECTION: EN2    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/02/2020 - 05/22/2020

BUS 1A: Financial Accounting
Description: Explores financial accounting, its importance and how it is used by internal and external users as a decision-making tool. Covers accounting information systems; application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) to value assets, liabilities, and equity; preparation, interpretation and analysis of financial statements. Includes topics on cash flow statement, cash and accrual accounting concepts, merchandising operation, internal controls and ethics, reporting and accounting for receivables, payables, long-term assets and liabilities, inventory, depreciation, stockholders’ equity, stocks and bonds.
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CRN: 32042    SECTION: EN2    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/02/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BHANGAL, JASWINDER
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BUS 1A: Financial Accounting
Description: Explores financial accounting, its importance and how it is used by internal and external users as a decision-making tool. Covers accounting information systems; application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) to value assets, liabilities, and equity; preparation, interpretation and analysis of financial statements. Includes topics on cash flow statement, cash and accrual accounting concepts, merchandising operation, internal controls and ethics, reporting and accounting for receivables, payables, long-term assets and liabilities, inventory, depreciation, stockholders’ equity, stocks and bonds.
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CRN: 31563    SECTION: H71    DAYS & TIMES: M 06:00pm-09:15pm, To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 301    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020

BUS 1A: Financial Accounting
Description: Explores financial accounting, its importance and how it is used by internal and external users as a decision-making tool. Covers accounting information systems; application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) to value assets, liabilities, and equity; preparation, interpretation and analysis of financial statements. Includes topics on cash flow statement, cash and accrual accounting concepts, merchandising operation, internal controls and ethics, reporting and accounting for receivables, payables, long-term assets and liabilities, inventory, depreciation, stockholders’ equity, stocks and bonds.
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CRN: 30606    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 10:30am-11:45am, To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1607    START & END DATES: 02/04/2020 - 05/22/2020

MUSL 8: History of Rock and Roll and Popular Music
Description: A cultural survey of original American music traditions, forms and trends influenced by cultural, socio-economic, socio-political and economic changes including blues, jazz, early rock, the “British invasion,” rap, hip hop culture, Latino rock, heavy metal, jazz-rock fusion, electronic, modern rock, and pop
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CRN: 32008    SECTION: AEN    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2019

BUS 5: Auditing
Description: Examines philosophy, environment, principles, and practices of financial statements audits. Topics include Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), Sarbanes-Oxley Act regulatory environment, professional ethics, auditor’s responsibilities and legal liability; fraud, internal controls and audit risk; audit planning, audit procedures, sampling tools, audit evidence, documentation, opinions and reports.
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CRN: 31368    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: ZAKIROVA, GULNORA
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MTH 36: Trigonometry
Description: Plane trigonometry. Includes circular and right triangle trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations, graphs and identities; triangle solutions. Polar coordinates.
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CRN: 32393    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: MTWTh 10:30am-11:45am
LOCATION: C1700 1752    START & END DATES: 03/09/2020 - 05/22/2020

CAS 50: Introduction to Computer Application Systems
Description: Introduction to computer applications systems as it relates to business and home use. Course introduces software topics in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, internet, World Wide Web, electronic mail, file management, data communications and an introduction to basic computer programming. Hardware topics include PC system components and troubleshooting issues. Other topics include computer-based careers and trends, electronic computing issues, terminology, electronic communication skills, ethics, security, and netiquette in today’s business computing environment.
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CRN: 33851    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/02/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: TRAUGOTT, JONATHAN
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BUS 12: Introduction to Business
Description: Survey of the private enterprise system and basic business concepts, business economics, types of business ownership, ethics, globalization, and organizational functions (management, marketing, accounting, human resources, and finance). Provides a multidisciplinary examination of how culture, society, economic systems, legal, international, political, financial institutions, and human behavior interact to influence an organization's policies and practices within the U.S. and a global environments.
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CRN: 30694    SECTION: 005    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 01:00pm-02:20pm
LOCATION: C300 301    START & END DATES: 02/04/2020 - 05/22/2020

ESYS 51: Fabrication Techniques for Electronic Systems Technology
Description: Prototype development includes sheet metal, printed circuit board layout and fabrication, connection and soldering techniques, use of hand tools, and machines in electronic fabrication. Use of computer software tools as applied to electronic fabrication.
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CRN: 30619    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-10:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1616    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

COMM 1: Fundamentals of Speech Communication
Description: Fundamentals of speech communication; emphasis on developing, stating, organizing, and researching ideas, and presenting to an audience; includes developing the faculties of critical listening and problem-solving.
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CRN: 33054    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 03:00pm-06:05pm
LOCATION: C800 807    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

FRNC 1A: Beginning French
Description: Introduction to the French-speaking cultures of the world featuring the study and practice of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of French. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.May not receive credit if FRNC 1A1 and/or 1A2 have been completed.
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CRN: 30624    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 01/27/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BARNEZET PARRISH, CA
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BUS 10: Business Law
Description: Fundamental legal principles pertaining to business transactions. Introduction to the legal process. Topics include sources of law and ethics, contracts, torts, criminal law, intellectual property, agency and employment law, and business organizations.
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CRN: 32423    SECTION: E71    DAYS & TIMES: W 06:00pm-08:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C500 506    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PATTERSON, MELISSA
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MUSL 3: World Music
Description: The study of the folk and art music of world cultures. Includes the traditional music of Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East, China, Japan, Indonesia, India, Latin America, Europe, and Native America. Attendance at world music concerts is required.
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CRN: 30846    SECTION: EN2    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/30/2020 - 05/15/2019
INSTRUCTOR: HARRIS, TIMOTHY
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SOCI 1: Principles of Sociology
Description: Designed to illuminate the way students see their social world. Uses a sociological perspective: scientific study of human interaction and society, with emphasis on impact of groups on social behavior. Includes the systematic examination of culture, socialization, social organization, social class, race, gender, deviance, social change and empirical methodology. These content areas are woven throughout the fabric of the course, particularly as they affect the lives of at least three of the following groups: African Americans, Latino Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Middle Eastern Americans and/or women.
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CRN: 33775    SECTION: AE1    DAYS & TIMES: MW 08:00am-10:05am
LOCATION: C400 405    START & END DATES: 02/19/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WARBASSE, SHEILA
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ENTR 20: Marketing for Entrepreneurs
Description: Marketing strategy and techniques for start-up and small businesses. Focus on low-cost, flexible, innovative marketing tools including social media and Internet marketing.
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CRN: 31760    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

PEAC PLF2: Intermediate Plyometric and Agility Training for Women
Description: Designed for the woman who has completed the beginning plyometric and agility training course to continue to advance her strength levels, skills and ability in power training.
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CRN: 31741    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 12:00pm-02:15pm
LOCATION: C2500 2500    START & END DATES: 04/13/2020 - 05/22/2020

NURS 90: NCLEX Exam Preparation-Test Taking Skills and Strategies
Description: This course prepares the nursing student to think critically and answer multiple format questions that are similar to the NCLEX-RN exam. Optional class for nursing students.
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CRN: 31790    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: F 03:30pm-05:35pm
LOCATION: C3100 3102    START & END DATES: 04/03/2020 - 04/03/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BAIARDI, ELAINE
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PEAC TKD3: Advanced Tae Kwon Do
Description: Designed to develop the advanced skills, theory and philosophy in the ancient art of Tae Kwon Do. Students will be introduced to advance forms of katas, blocks, kicking and defensive moves.
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CRN: 33839    SECTION: 073    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 06:30pm-08:20pm
LOCATION: C2900 2910    START & END DATES: 02/11/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: DE GUZMAN, RUDOLFO
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PEAC TKD4: Mastering Tae Kwon Do
Description: The fourth in a series of courses designed for accomplished Tae Kwon Do students. In this course the student will learn advanced katas and sparing techniques.
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CRN: 33840    SECTION: 073    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 06:30pm-08:20pm
LOCATION: C2900 2910    START & END DATES: 02/11/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: DE GUZMAN, RUDOLFO
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BUS 72: Leadership of Health Care Organizations
Description: Survey of key issues and effective management approaches in health care organizations, including organizational structure and governance, information technology, facilities and guest services, planning, marketing and strategy.
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CRN: 33590    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: LEADBEATER, ROB
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BUS 50C: Interviewing for Success
Description: Principles and techniques of successful employment interviews: interview preparation, selling your qualifications, managing difficult qualifications, following up on the interview.
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CRN: 30480    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/16/2020
INSTRUCTOR: LALAMI, NOUREDDINE
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BUS 50D: Resumes and Job Application Letters
Description: Research and preparation of persuasive employment search documents, including company research, self-assessment, document composition and format. Includes resumes, job application letters, and follow up communications.
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CRN: 31360    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/16/2020
INSTRUCTOR: Staff - Applied Tec
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BUS 93: QuickBooks
Description: QuickBooks introduces the concepts of bookkeeping/accounting using the theory of double-entry bookkeeping. Learn to use the QuickBooks software for a set up, service business and merchandising business. Setting up chart of accounts, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, payroll and preparation and analysis of financial statements.
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CRN: 32426    SECTION: EN2    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: DORSETT, SANDRA
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ESYS 62: Internet of Things: Home Technology Systems
Description: The interconnections of people, process, data, and things; the four "pillars" that form the "Internet of Things (IoT)." Hands-on training in digital home networking and integration of IoT security and entertainment systems. Home network design and configuration. Testing and troubleshooting of IoT systems.
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CRN: 30690    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: Th 06:00pm-10:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1602    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ENGL 102: Reading, Reasoning and Writing – Accelerated Course
Description: Preparation for academic reading, critical thinking, and writing expected in transfer and associate-degree classes.
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CRN: 33767    SECTION: 008    DAYS & TIMES: F 09:00am-12:50pm, F 01:00pm-03:25pm
LOCATION: C300 357    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020

ESYS 57D: Industrial Networks and Internet of Things
Description: Networking and security standards for industrial systems. Includes Ethernet, TC/IP, and emerging standards for IoT (Internet of Things) networks. Wired and wireless network communication systems. IoT security frameworks, guidance, and policies.
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CRN: 32245    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: W 06:00pm-09:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1602    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ESYS 54: Analog Circuits and Semiconductor Devices
Description: Analog circuits, including amplifiers, oscillators, and filters, using single-chip analog devices, operational amplifiers, field-effect transistors, bipolar transistors.
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CRN: 30615    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: Th 06:00pm-10:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1602    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ESYS 55B: Digital Logic Systems
Description: Architecture, programming, application and troubleshooting of complex programmable logic device (CPLD) electronic systems. Includes programming in VHDL. Digital building blocks, number systems, Boolean algebra, combinational and sequential logic, integrated logic families, digital circuit measurement techniques and instrumentation, troubleshooting techniques.
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CRN: 30618    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: W 06:00pm-10:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1602    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ESYS 61: Electronic Systems Project Management
Description: Planning, tracking, and completing electronics prototype projects; includes chassis, printed circuit board layout, connection and soldering techniques, use of hand tools, and machines in electronic fabrication. Use of computer software tools as applied to project management and electronic fabrication.
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CRN: 30689    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-10:05pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1616    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

FEATURED CLASS
MTH 1: Calculus I
Description: Elements of analytic geometry, derivatives, limits and continuity, differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions, the definite integral.
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CRN: 30407    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: MTWTh 09:15am-11:45am
LOCATION: C1700 1756    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: TRINDADE, JEREMY
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FEATURED CLASS
MTH 2: Calculus II
Description: Continuation of differential and integral calculus, including transcendental, and inverse functions. Techniques of integration, numerical integration, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences, power series and Taylor series. Primarily for mathematics, physical science, and engineering majors.
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CRN: 32392    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: MTWTh 09:15am-11:45am
LOCATION: C1700 1703    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INDT 62: Advanced Manufacturing Operations
Description: Advanced manufacturing operational processes, including lean manufactuing, statistical process control (SPC or"six-sigma"), and quality management systems (e.g. ISO 9000). Examination of the impact of Big Data on manufacturing operations.
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CRN: 32821    SECTION: ON1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

BUS 92: Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting
Description: Fundamentals of using electronic spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel) for accounting principles. Focus on solving accounting problems and completing accounting projects with Microsoft Excel.
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CRN: 30610    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BHANGAL, NAZJIT
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NURS 52: Pediatric Nursing
Description: Emphasis placed on the use of the nursing process in promoting adaptive processes necessary for coping with the health issues of infants, children and adolescents. Theory and clinical practice includes integration of assessment skills, growth and development, family abuse issues, nutrition, pharmacological concepts, ethical issues, and teaching strategies unique to child-rearing families. Clinical focuses on care of clients in community and acute care settings. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated. Total weeks-9.
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CRN: 31589    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: TW 03:00pm-08:30pm, Th 10:00am-11:50am, F 08:00am-09:50am, Th 01:30pm-03:20pm
LOCATION: LOCAL HOSPITALS    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ATEC 6B: Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems
Description: Automotive body electronics, vehicle lighting, instrumentation, OEM audio, navigation, and communication systems, supplemental restraint systems, starter interlock systems, computer controlled charging systems.
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CRN: 33548    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: MTWTh 08:00am-08:50am, MTWTh 09:00am-11:30am
LOCATION: C1600    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: SHERBURNE, MICHAEL
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ATEC 91: Hybrid Diagnosis and Alternate Fuels Technology
Description: Hybrid vehicle diagnosis and repair processes, and alternate fuels application and operation.
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CRN: 31346    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: T 08:00am-11:05am, Th 08:00am-12:10pm
LOCATION: C1600 1635    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

BUS 19: Business Statistics
Description: Introduction to concepts, methods and models employed in reasoning with numbers and in presenting cogent statistical arguments or solutions in the business field. Key topics include estimating confidence intervals, hypotheses testing, development of projections for inferential purposes in the business field, probability distributions (poisson, binomial, normal, student-t, chi-sq, F-distribution), Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), estimating simple and multiple regressions.
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CRN: 33566    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 02/03/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PATTERSON, MELISSA
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EMS 2W: Patient Stabilization, Extrication & Triage
Description: Patient stabilization techniques to include safe patient extrication from a simulated motor vehicle accident. Includes triage for multi-casualty incident/disaster management, Incident Command System and EMS Response to Terrorist Incidents. May not receive credit if Health 83 has been completed. Total weeks - 2.
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CRN: 31265    SECTION: E81    DAYS & TIMES: S 08:30am-12:20pm, S 01:00pm-04:50pm
LOCATION: C3100 3115    START & END DATES: 03/14/2020 - 03/21/2020

LNSK 116: Learning Skills - Diagnostic Clinic and Study Skills
Description: Determination of eligibility for learning disabilities services through diagnostic testing. Includes state-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
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CRN: 32302    SECTION: E04    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 10:00am-12:05pm
LOCATION: C300 307    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

LNSK 116: Learning Skills - Diagnostic Clinic and Study Skills
Description: Determination of eligibility for learning disabilities services through diagnostic testing. Includes state-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
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CRN: 32214    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: MW 12:00pm-02:05pm
LOCATION: C300 307    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: CLEMENTS, HEATHER
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LNSK 116: Learning Skills - Diagnostic Clinic and Study Skills
Description: Determination of eligibility for learning disabilities services through diagnostic testing. Includes state-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
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CRN: 32219    SECTION: E72    DAYS & TIMES: TTh 05:30pm-07:35pm
LOCATION: C300 307    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PEJMAN, SHIRLEY
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BUS 88: Introduction to Project Management
Description: Project management is the ability to define work efforts in terms of time, budget, and resource needs essential for business planning. Covers the forms, tools, and processes to plan and manage these efforts both efficiently and effectively.
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CRN: 32295    SECTION: H72    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:30pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 303    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PINKAS, CATHERINE
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BUS 89: Project Planning, Scheduling and Control
Description: A successful Project Manager relies on an effective management plan, which provides a baseline for monitoring progress, identifying variances, and taking timely action to mitigate the impact of problems. In this course, you learn how to create such a plan and implement it through to project completion and evaluation. It explores in greater detail the tools and techniques presented in Business 88.
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CRN: 32297    SECTION: H72    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:30pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 303    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PINKAS, CATHERINE
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BUS 94: MS Project Fundamentals
Description: This hands-on course provides an overview of MS Project and its functionality. Conducted in a PC Lab environment, students will get an opportunity to work with the tool while receiving support from an experienced and knowledgeable instructor/coach. Students will have an opportunity to develop a project schedule from scratch, get comfortable with entering information into MS Project, then use the base schedule to understand and manage resource allocations, task assignments, and the project labor budget. MS Project also offers a depth of reporting functionality, and students will learn how to create and modify reports for their project communication needs.
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CRN: 32428    SECTION: E72    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:05pm
LOCATION: C300 303    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PINKAS, CATHERINE
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GEO 1: Introduction to Physical Geography
Description: Earth's natural environments, with emphasis on spatial characteristics, change over time, interactions between environmental components, and human-environment interactions. Physical processes, techniques, and tools by which Earth's climates, soils, vegetation, water resources, and land forms are linked into integrated global patterns. Effect of natural environments on human activities and how humans modify environments. Field trips may be included.
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CRN: 33845    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: YOUNESSI, MARYAM
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FT 2: Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety and Survival
Description: This course provides students with the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, with a focus on the need for cultural and behavioral changes throughout the emergency services. Topics include assessment of fire dangers; common fire situations; risk abatement; personal preparation for unforeseen fire emergencies; roles and responsibilities in educating the public on fire safety; and development of a survival attitude. Students learn problem-solving techniques for increased situational awareness and self-reliance in emergencies. This course is intended for students majoring in Fire Technology; practicing firefighters and other emergency service personnel; or anyone with an interest in fire safety. (May not receive credit if Fire Tech 52 has been completed.)
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CRN: 32456    SECTION: H71    DAYS & TIMES: M 06:30pm-09:45pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1500 1560    START & END DATES: 03/30/2020 - 05/18/2020

FT 5: Fire Protection Systems
Description: This course provides information relating to the features of design and operation of fire alarm systems, water-based fire suppression systems, special hazard fire suppression systems, water supply for fire protection and portable fire extinguishers. This course is intended for students majoring in Fire Technology and Fire Prevention Inspector, or anyone interested in fire protection. (May not receive credit if Fire Tech 55 has been completed.)
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CRN: 32458    SECTION: H71    DAYS & TIMES: W 06:45pm-10:00pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1613    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: ZALINSKIS, KLAUS
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FT 11CAP: Fire Fighter I Capstone Testing
Description: This course prepares students to meet the State Fire Training (SFT) requirements for Fire Fighter I (FFI) including the capstone knowledge and skills necessary to pass. Upon successful completion, students will receive a pass letter from SFT. The course is 4 hours lecture, 71 hours laboratory: 40 hours skills practice, 3 hours certification written exam, and 24 hours certification skills evaluation.
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CRN: 32462    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: Th 08:30am-09:20am, Th 09:30am-11:50am, US 09:30am-11:50am, US 01:00pm-04:50pm
LOCATION: C1500 1506    START & END DATES: 02/13/2020 - 05/17/2020

NUTR 1: Introduction to Nutrition Science
Description: Scientific concepts of nutrition related to the function of nutrients, sources and recommended intakes. Nutritional assessment and the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health.
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CRN: 33856    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/30/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: CIRERA-PEREZ, BEGONA
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BUS 97: Project Management Certification Exam Preparation
Description: The Project Management Institute (PMI) offers two credentials for project managers who want formal recognition of their project knowledge. In particular, the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification for experienced project managers and the Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) credential for entry-level project managers. These are well-recognized credentials for project managers, both those in the job market and those who want to work in a formal business project management environment. Both credentials require that applicants complete a comprehensive description of their experience and pass a certification exam. This course prepares students to complete the test application, study for, and pass, either the PMP or the CAPM examination, both based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).
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CRN: 32803    SECTION: EH2    DAYS & TIMES: T 06:00pm-08:30pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 303    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PINKAS, CATHERINE
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BUS 3B: Taxation of Business Entities
Description: A study of current Federal income tax law as it relates to sole proprietorships, corporations (C corps, S corps), and partnerships (General and Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, and Limited Liability Partnerships. California tax law differences will be highlighted. A student does NOT need to complete BUS-3A to enroll in this class.
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CRN: 32425    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/02/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BHANGAL, NAZJIT
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BUS 6: Accounting Ethics
Description: A comprehensive study of ethical issues that accountants must address in the various sectors of accounting. Topics include general principles of ethics applied to accounting, personal responsibilities, the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, tax/audit/accounting issues, confidentiality, independence, conflicts of interest, discreditable acts, whistleblower duties, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
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CRN: 32762    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 03/02/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BHANGAL, NAZJIT
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NURS 51: Maternity Nursing
Description: Nursing care of the childbearing family. The focus is on the physiological and psychological needs of families as they are affected by pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum, and newborn stages. Theory and clinical practice include integration of assessment skills, women's health, violence against women, nutrition, pain management, ethical issues, and teaching strategies unique to childbearing families. Quality, Safety, Education in Nursing (QSEN) concepts are incorporated. Total weeks - 9.
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CRN: 31588    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: MTh 10:00am-11:50am, F 08:00am-09:50am, TW 07:00am-12:30pm
LOCATION: C3100 3102    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WASHINGTON, TAMISHA
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NURS 53: Mental Health Nursing
Description: Emphasis on the use of the nursing process in the care of clients of all ages experiencing selected conditions requiring treatment in psychiatric care settings. Theory and clinical practice includes integration of assessment skills, nutrition, pharmacological and crisis intervention concepts, legal-ethical issues, and anger management. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated. Total - 9 weeks.
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CRN: 31590    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: Th 08:00am-11:50am, W 07:00am-06:50pm, T 09:00am-11:50am
LOCATION: C2200 2271    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: BAIARDI, ELAINE
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NURS 60A: Adult Health I
Description: Emphasis on the use of the nursing process in the care of adults experiencing selected conditions requiring treatment in medical-surgical care settings. Theory and clinical practice includes integration of assessment skills, nutrition, medication administration and legal-ethical issues. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated. Total - 9 weeks
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CRN: 31591    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: Th 08:00am-11:50am, M 09:00am-10:50am, TW 03:00am-08:30pm
LOCATION: C2200 2258    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

MEDA 73: Clinical Experience Practicum
Description: Application of principles and skills through participation in a simulated employment experience. Assisting the physician under close supervision in a health maintenance organization, or physician’s office or clinic. Practicum - approximately 36 hours a week until required hours are completed - will occur the last 6 weeks of the spring term.
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CRN: 30465    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA    START & END DATES: 04/13/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: PERKINS, KRISTINA
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NURS 60C: Adult Health III
Description: Discussion of leadership styles, delegation of care, evidence based practice, conflict management , delegation of assignments, prioritization of client care, and organizational structure the health care organization. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated.Total - 6 weeks.
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CRN: 30218    SECTION: E03    DAYS & TIMES: M 01:30pm-03:20pm, M 12:00pm-12:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C3100 3115    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WESTMORELAND, RHONDA
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NURS 60C: Adult Health III
Description: Discussion of leadership styles, delegation of care, evidence based practice, conflict management , delegation of assignments, prioritization of client care, and organizational structure the health care organization. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated.Total - 6 weeks.
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CRN: 30216    SECTION: E01    DAYS & TIMES: M 01:30pm-03:20pm, M 12:00pm-12:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C3100 3115    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WESTMORELAND, RHONDA
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NURS 60C: Adult Health III
Description: Discussion of leadership styles, delegation of care, evidence based practice, conflict management , delegation of assignments, prioritization of client care, and organizational structure the health care organization. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated.Total - 6 weeks.
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CRN: 30464    SECTION: E04    DAYS & TIMES: M 01:30pm-03:20pm, M 12:00pm-12:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C3100 3115    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WESTMORELAND, RHONDA
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NURS 60C: Adult Health III
Description: Discussion of leadership styles, delegation of care, evidence based practice, conflict management , delegation of assignments, prioritization of client care, and organizational structure the health care organization. Concepts related to the California Nursing Practice Act, and Quality, and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) will be incorporated.Total - 6 weeks.
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CRN: 30217    SECTION: E02    DAYS & TIMES: M 01:30pm-03:20pm, M 12:00pm-12:50pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C3100 3115    START & END DATES: 04/06/2020 - 05/15/2020
INSTRUCTOR: WESTMORELAND, RHONDA
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EMS 4: Emergency Medical Technician – Basic – Refresher
Description: Provides refresher training in the foundation knowledge, skills, and abilities required of the EMT-Basic scope of practice. The EMT-B certification is the minimum requirement for ambulance attendants and most entry-level Firefighter positions. EMT certification is also required for entry into Paramedic school.40 total hours accredited by the Alameda County EMS Agency. Includes CE's and skills competency verification to National Registry standards.Prerequisite: EMT and BLS certification. Total - 2 weeks
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CRN: 31266    SECTION: E71    DAYS & TIMES: MWF 06:00pm-09:50pm, S 08:00am-11:50am, S 12:30pm-04:20pm
LOCATION: C3100 3102    START & END DATES: 04/20/2020 - 05/02/2020

MTH 37: Trigonometry with an Emphasis on its Geometric Foundations
Description: Plane trigonometry, with topics from plane geometry. Contains the entire subject content of Mathematics 36. Includes circular and right triangle trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations, graphs and identities; triangle solutions. Polar coordinates. Also includes congruence, properties of polygons, parallel lines, similarity, areas, volumes, and coordinate geometry.
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CRN: 30421    SECTION: 072    DAYS & TIMES: MW 06:00pm-08:50pm
LOCATION: C1700 1755    START & END DATES: 01/27/2020 - 05/22/2020
INSTRUCTOR: POLISHCHUK, BORIS
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PLGL 31: Legal Writing and Research
Description: This course is designed to familiarize students with the fundamentals of legal research and writing. Students will learn how to locate, analyze and cite to federal and state cases, statutes, constitutions, and secondary sources. Instruction is given on utilizing both print materials and online resources. Students will prepare case briefs that demonstrate legal reasoning, proper punctuation, grammar and clarity of expression.
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CRN: 33759    SECTION: 001    DAYS & TIMES: W 01:00pm-04:20pm
LOCATION: C1600 1609    START & END DATES: 01/27/2020 - 05/22/2020

HIS 53: Mexican American History from The Mexican Revolution to the Present
Description: Students will survey the social, political, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from The Mexican Revolution to the present. Students will also analyze the struggles and contributions of Mexican Americans in the development of the United States and California, and with comparisons to other groups. Major topics include The Mexican Revolution, The Great Depression, WWII, The War with Vietnam, and the Chicano/a Movement. This course includes analysis of the U. S. Constitution, Supreme Court Rulings, and California State and local government issues related to the rights of Mexican Americans. (May not receive credit if Ethnic Studies 53 has been completed successfully).
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CRN: 33846    SECTION: AE1    DAYS & TIMES: MW 05:30pm-08:35pm
LOCATION: C500 558    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

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MTH 31W: College Algebra Workshop
Description: Laboratory, study group, collaborative workshop or computer laboratory time for College Algebra.
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CRN: 33146    SECTION: C01    DAYS & TIMES: F 09:30am-11:45am
LOCATION: C1700 1758    START & END DATES: 01/31/2020 - 05/15/2020
ENTR 30: The Business Plan
Description: Development and presentation of a “ready to take to the bank for funding,” realistic, and ready to implement business plan. Business plan components will include a business concept, industry and market analysis, a marketing and organizational plan, operations plan, funding plan, and financial projections.
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CRN: 30695    SECTION: EH1    DAYS & TIMES: Th 06:30pm-09:20pm, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C1600 1607    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

BUS 50A: Skills for Supervisors
Description: This course will provide survival skills for new supervisors and those who aspire to move to managerial positions. Necessary skills of time management, leadership, planning, motivation, conducting meetings, communication, handling stress, conflict, and performance appraisals will be discussed. Students will be involved in a variety of management exercises, discussions, current trends in supervision, and real-world case studies.
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CRN: 30444    SECTION: EN1    DAYS & TIMES: To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: CTBA ONLINE    START & END DATES: 02/24/2020 - 04/04/2020
INSTRUCTOR: LALAMI, NOUREDDINE
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ENGL 4: Critical Thinking and Writing about Literature
Description: Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they apply to the analysis of fiction (short stories and novel), poetry and drama.
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CRN: 31344    SECTION: WC1    DAYS & TIMES: F 06:00pm-09:15pm, S 09:00am-12:15pm
LOCATION: C300 353    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020

ENGL 4: Critical Thinking and Writing about Literature
Description: Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they apply to the analysis of fiction (short stories and novel), poetry and drama.
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CRN: 32887    SECTION: UP2    DAYS & TIMES: MW 08:30am-10:45am, To Be Arranged -
LOCATION: C300 351    START & END DATES: 03/16/2020 - 05/15/2020