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Class Schedule For Online, Hybrid, and Televised Courses - Spring 2015

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ACCY 121 - Cost Accounting (3 Units)

Importance of the allocation of costs; the cost allocation techniques available to accountants; the techniques used by management to maintain and create enterprise value, e.g., CVP analysis; the accountant's responsibility for the management of inventory; and the ethical consideration in internal reporting.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31340 1 Discussion 122/122 MW AMD153 0730AM-0845AM Pforsich,Hugh D HY
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31340 1 Discussion 122/122 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ACCY 117 - Advanced Accounting (3 Units)

Specialized topics in partnership accounting; consolidated statements; foreign currency translation and financial statements.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111 and ACCY 112.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 31412 1 Discussion 122/122 TR AMD153 1200PM-115PM Zhang,Jin HY
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 31412 1 Discussion 122/122 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ACCY 113 - Intermediate Acctg III (3 Units)

Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to revenue recognition and matching, pensions, leases, income taxes, accounting changes, interim financial statements, and segmental reporting. Students develop an in-depth knowledge of the preparation and the analysis of the cash flow statement.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 31339 1 Discussion 50/50 MW ALP204 1200PM-115PM Davis,Charles J HY
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 31339 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 31494 1 Discussion 50/50 MW BRH104 130PM-245PM Davis,Charles J HY
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 31494 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 31495 1 Discussion 50/50 TR LIB3021 130PM-245PM Zhang,Jin HY
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 31495 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ACCY 111 - Intermediate Acctg I (3 Units)

In-depth knowledge of how financial information provides information about a company's: economic resources, obligations, and owner's equity; income and its components; and cash flows. Topics include the development and application of basic assumptions, principles and constraints underlying financial statements; the use of information derived from financial statements and the limitations of the information; and the use of accounting information to evaluate a company's return on investment, risk, financial, flexibility, liquidity, and operational capability. Students learn how to prepare financial statements.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 31337 1 Discussion 50/50 MW AMD152 1030AM-1145AM Deng,Feng HY
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 31337 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 31524 1 Discussion 50/50 MW AMD152 130PM-245PM Deng,Feng HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 31524 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ACCY 1 - Accounting Fundamentals (3 Units)

Accounting as the basis of an information system with emphasis on concepts and assumptions underlying data accumulation for financial reports. Includes the concepts of income determination and financial position, and the accounting for various types of ownership equities.

Prerequisite: Entry Level Math (ELM) test of at least 36 or a CR grade in LS 7A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 31442 1 Discussion 50/50 MW ALP236 430PM-545PM Davis,Charles J HY
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 31442 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a    1 Section 03 31452 1 Discussion 122/122 TR AMD153 300PM-415PM Crow,Stephen R HY
03 book for n/a    1 Section 03 31452 1 Discussion 122/122 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 31333 1 Discussion 55/55 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

ACCY 2 - Managerial Accounting (3 Units)

Use and reporting of accounting data for managerial planning, control, and decision making. Broad coverage of concepts, classification, and behavior of costs.

Prerequisite: ACCY 1.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
03 book for n/a    2 Section 03 31336 1 Discussion 122/122 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

ACCY 172 - Federal Tax Procedures II (3 Units)

Business entity formation, operation, and termination and business taxation principles and concepts used in effective decision-making. Students develop the ability to understand and apply business tax principles and the critical and analytical skills that are necessary in the study and application of taxation and tax law.

Prerequisite: ACCY 171.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 31462 1 Discussion 55/55 TR ALP232 600PM-715PM Crow,Stephen R HY
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 31462 1 Discussion 55/55 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

AIS 141 - Account Info System Devel (3 Units)

Design, analysis, and implementation of computer-based accounting information systems. Discussion of flow charting, data security, systems development, program architecture, and management of the implementation process. Development of computer applications and formulation of decision information for managerial uses. Use of the computer in projects.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  141 Section 01 31487 1 Discussion 60/60 WEBONLINE - Xiong,Yan OL

ANTH 1 - Intro to Biological Anth (3 Units)

Covers the concepts, methods of inquiry, and theory of biological evolution and their application to the human species. There is a specific focus on molecular, Mendelian and population genetics, mechanisms of evolution, primatology, paleoanthropology, biocultural adaptations, and human variation. The scientific method serves as the foundation to the course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 34074 1 Lecture 65/65 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Roger J B2,OL

ANTH 13 - Magic,Witchcraft+Religion (3 Units)

Cross-cultural study of the forms and functions of supernatural beliefs and associated rituals in various societies of Africa, Asia, aboriginal Australia, Oceania, South America, native North America and elsewhere. Emphasis is on understanding beliefs and rituals within given social contexts, and using broad comparisons to derive insight into the general functions of beliefs and rituals in human life.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a   13 Section 02 34073 1 Lecture 60/60 WEBONLINE - Murphy,Liam D HUM (C2),OL

CHDV 194 - Cooperative Ed Experience (3 Units)

Cooperative Education (Co-op) relates academic theory to professional practice by providing paid work experience in the student's major field of study and academic credit. Students receive supervised employment in school districts, state and community agencies, companies and other appropriate settings. Requires regular meetings with faculty supervisor, completion of field study assignment, evaluation by field-based supervisor, and a written final report.

Prerequisite: Completion of 60 units total credit and instructor permission. May be taken four times for a maximum of 12 units credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  194 Section 01 32075 1 Independent Study 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
01 book for n/a  194 Section 01 32075 1 Independent Study 50/50 F ARC3006 1200PM-150PM Staff OL

CHDV 138L - Social+Emotional Develpmnt Lab (1 Units)

Laboratory course to complement CHDV 138. Emphasis placed on the nature of observation, interaction, and using a scientific approach to learn about social and emotional development. Classroom and field experiences related to the study of social and emotional development.

Note: Student must co-enroll in the corresponding section of CHDV 138.

Prerequisite: CHDV 133.

Corequisite: CHDV 138.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  138L Section 01 32058 1 Laboratory 40/40 W EUR112 1200PM-115PM Staff OL

CHDV 144 - Com Srv Lrn Drv+Ed Settng (1-3 Units)

Designed to provide a range of service learning experiences where students apply their academic knowledge and skills in community-based settings. The community-based experiences will be combined with classroom activities designed to develop student understanding of topics related to their service activities such as tutoring reading and math, mentoring students from disadvantaged backgrounds, working with special populations of children.

Note: May be taken up to four times for credit (maximum 12 units of credit).

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 32067 1 Independent Study 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 32067 1 Independent Study 50/50 F LIB3021 1000AM-1150AM Staff OL

COMS 145 - Organizationl Communicatn (3 Units)

Basic concepts of interpersonal and inter-group communication within formal and informal social organizations. Current techniques of auditing and evaluating organizational communication.

Prerequisite: COMS 100A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  145 Section 01 30267 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

COMS 100C - Intro Method Com Research (3 Units)

Empirical methods commonly applied during communication research. An introduction to the concepts fundamental to the scientific study of communication, including conceptual and operational definitions, sampling, measurement, experimental design, independent and dependent variables, and quantitative data analysis.

Note: Majors must complete with a grade of "C-" or better.

Prerequisite: COMS 100A; may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  100C Section 01 30655 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

COMS 176 - Communication & Terrorism (3 Units)

This course addresses the communication aspects of terrorism, including both the ways terrorism has been used to make political and religious statements worldwide; how the media cover those messages; and how we talk about those messages and the coverage they receive. The course draws on the cutting-edge communication research from international/intercultural, political, mass communication, and computer-mediated communication sources. This is a course in the communication of terrorism. It is neither a course in the political science of terrorism nor in the criminal justice enforcement of counter-terrorism.

Prerequisite: COMS 100A or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  176 Section 01 30641 1 Discussion 30/30 MWF MND4000 1100AM-1150AM Zuckerman,Sean D HY

COMS 116 - Intercultural Communicatn (3 Units)

Analysis of factors which influence communication between individuals of different cultures and cocultures. Discussion and practical application.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  116 Section 01 30244 1 Discussion 120/120 MW MND1003 130PM-245PM Zuckerman,Sean D HY

COMS 2 - Argumentation (3 Units)

Practice in argumentation, critical evaluation, evidence, and reasoning. Basic principles are applied in a variety of formal and informal advocacy situations. Concepts of argument structure and context are discussed and applied.

Note: Majors must complete with a grade of "C-" or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 30290 1 Discussion 30/30 TR MND2009 1030AM-1145AM Tudor,Kristen Hamilton A3,HY
02 book for n/a    2 Section 02 30298 1 Discussion 30/30 TR MND1022 1200PM-115PM Tudor,Kristen Hamilton A3,HY

COMS 5 - Communication Experience (3 Units)

Basic skills and introductory concepts necessary for effective communication in a variety of settings. Special emphasis on practical experiences within groups, facilitation of interpersonal relationships, and methods of conflict resolution.

Note: Not recommended for COMS majors in General, Organizational or Public Relations concentrations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 30316 1 Discussion 30/30 TR BRH101 0730AM-0845AM Staff A1,HY
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 30317 1 Discussion 30/30 TR BRH101 430PM-545PM Staff A1,HY
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 30321 1 Discussion 30/30 T BRH101 0900AM-1015AM Staff A1,HY
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30319 1 Discussion 30/30 R BRH101 0900AM-1015AM Staff A1,HY
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30322 1 Discussion 30/30 T BRH101 1030AM-1145AM Staff A1,HY
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30323 1 Discussion 30/30 R BRH101 1030AM-1145AM Staff A1,HY
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 30579 1 Discussion 30/30 T BRH101 1200PM-115PM Staff A1,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30320 1 Discussion 30/30 R BRH101 1200PM-115PM Staff A1,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30318 1 Discussion 29/29 T BRH101 130PM-245PM Staff A1,HY
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 30324 1 Discussion 30/30 R BRH101 130PM-245PM Staff A1,HY
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30580 1 Discussion 30/30 T BRH101 300PM-415PM Staff A1,HY
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30325 1 Discussion 30/30 R BRH101 300PM-415PM Staff A1,HY

COMS 4 - Intro Public Speaking (3 Units)

Theory and technique of public speaking. Emphasis on organizing, supporting, and clearly stating ideas. Practice in informative and persuasive speaking.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 30595 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 0800AM-0850AM Staff A1,HY
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30307 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 0800AM-0850AM Staff A1,HY
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 30308 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 0800AM-0850AM Staff A1,HY
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 30309 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 0900AM-0950AM Staff A1,HY
05 book for n/a    4 Section 05 30310 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 0900AM-0950AM Staff A1,HY
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 30312 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 0900AM-0950AM Staff A1,HY
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30311 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 1000AM-1050AM Staff A1,HY
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 30583 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 1000AM-1050AM Staff A1,HY
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 30582 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 1000AM-1050AM Staff A1,HY
10 book for n/a    4 Section 10 30313 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 1100AM-1150AM Staff A1,HY
11 book for n/a    4 Section 11 30314 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 1100AM-1150AM Staff A1,HY
12 book for n/a    4 Section 12 30581 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 1100AM-1150AM Staff A1,HY
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 30315 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 1200PM-1250PM Staff A1,HY
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 30594 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 1200PM-1250PM Staff A1,HY
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 30622 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 1200PM-1250PM Staff A1,HY
16 book for n/a    4 Section 16 30623 1 Discussion 20/20 M MND1030 100PM-150PM Staff A1,HY
17 book for n/a    4 Section 17 30624 1 Discussion 20/20 W MND1030 100PM-150PM Staff A1,HY
18 book for n/a    4 Section 18 30625 1 Discussion 20/20 F MND1030 100PM-150PM Staff A1,HY
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 30626 1 Discussion 30/30 MWF BRH101 0900AM-0950AM Staff A1,HY
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 30627 1 Discussion 30/30 TR SHS145 300PM-415PM Staff A1,HY
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 30628 1 Discussion 30/30 TR MND2009 430PM-545PM Staff A1,HY

COMS 8 - Interpersonal Com Skills (3 Units)

Basic skills and introductory concepts for examining and altering interpersonal communication. In addition to lectures and discussions, students engage in structured interpersonal exercises and simulations to practice interpersonal communication skills such as listening, paraphrasing, describing feelings and intentions, and giving and receiving criticism.

Note: Majors must complete with a grade "C-" or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    8 Section 01 30249 1 Discussion 30/30 M MND2009 1200PM-115PM Owen,William F HY
02 book for n/a    8 Section 02 30250 1 Discussion 30/30 M MND2009 130PM-245PM Owen,William F HY
03 book for n/a    8 Section 03 30251 1 Discussion 30/30 W MND2009 1200PM-115PM Owen,William F HY

COMS 106 - Digital Media Creation-Intro (3 Units)

Students learn multimedia authoring through the manipulation of digital media download legally from online repositories. Students learn how to digitally edit pixel-based images, vector images, audio, video and 3D models, while learning the principles that govern all digital media. The course uses Open Source and specialized software.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  106 Section 01 30256 1 Lecture 40/40 TR CLV123 0900AM-1015AM Staff HY

COMS 166 - Persuasion+Attitud Change (3 Units)

Various theories of persuasion and attitude change, both classical and empirical, in terms of their effectiveness and social impact. Includes units on production and consumption of persuasive messages.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  166 Section 01 30658 1 Discussion 30/30 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

COMS 192 - Senior Seminar in Film (3 Units)

Research seminar that provides an in-depth investigation of film as an art form, a medium of mass communication and a means of personal expression. Subject will vary according to instructor.

Prerequisite: Completion of the Film Studies core, and (GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M/W).

Cross listed: FILM 192.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  192 Section 01 30657 1 Seminar 20/20 M MND2032 430PM-545PM Staff HY

COMS 182 - Sen Seminar Interpersonal (3 Units)

Seminar on advanced theories of interpersonal communication. Sample topics include relational development, relational termination, communication and interpersonal attraction, and communication competence. Students present one in-class report and complete a major research paper.

Prerequisite: COMS 8; completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses including COMS100A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  182 Section 01 30258 1 Seminar 25/25 MW MND2009 0900AM-0950AM Owen,William F HY

COMS 188 - Sen Seminar Intercultural (3 Units)

Critically examines and analyzes complex dynamics and concepts in communication and culture in a pluralistic society. Also relates various perspectives on intercultural communication theories and methods to an analysis of social interaction processes among culturally diverse groups. An interactive dimension includes problem-solving strategies.

Prerequisite: COMS 116; completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses including COMS 100A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  188 Section 01 30779 1 Seminar 25/25 MW DH208 300PM-415PM Zuckerman,Sean D HY

COMS 121 - Media Aesthetics (3 Units)

Overview and analysis of the primary aesthetic tools used to create messages in video and film. The basic properties of light, color, area, space, shape, sound, time and motion are defined and discussed as they relate to media production. Introduces students to the concepts and vocabulary necessary for effectively conceiving, producing or criticizing mediated messages. Designed primarily for students with interest in digital media. Provides a foundation for students working in media criticism.

Cross listed: FILM 121.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 30400 1 Discussion 30/30 TR CLV123 430PM-545PM Foss,Michele S HY

CPE 64 - Intro To Logic Design (4 Units)

Covers the following topics: logic gates, binary number system, conversion between number systems, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, combinational logic, digital logic design, flip-flops, programmable logic devices (PLDs), counters, registers, memories, state machines, designing combinational logic and state machines into PLDs, and basic computer architecture. Lab emphasizes the use of software equation entry design tools, the use of a schematic entry, and the use of a logic simulation design tool. Lab assignments are design-oriented. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CSC 15 or CSC 25.

Cross Listed: EEE 64; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a   64 Section 01 31694 1 Discussion 30/30 TR RVR2010 0900AM-1015AM Dahlquist,Dennis L HY,TV,WA

CPE 185 - Computer Interfacing (4 Units)

Design of microcomputer systems including memory systems, parallel and serial input/output, timer modules, and interrupt structures; designing "C" language code, in laboratory, to exercise interface modules of parallel and serial input/output, timer modules, and interrupts; extensive study of interrupt handlers, assemblers, linkers, and loaders. Practical features of interfaces, handshaking techniques, displays, keypads, and trackballs are included.

Prerequisite: CPE 64, CSC 35 and CSC 60.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 31811 1 Discussion 20/20 TR SQU142 1030AM-1145AM Dahlquist,Dennis L HY,TV,WA

CRJ 156 - Intro to Crime & Intell Analy (3 Units)

Introduction to crime and intelligence analysis with a special emphasis on those methods most often used in the study of crime and criminal behavior patterns. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary toward understanding crime analysis, intelligence analysis and mapping geospatial data. Topics include theory, the history of crime analysis, crime analysis technologies, intelligence analysis, and types/functions of crime analysis.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101; must be a declared CRJ major or have chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 32766 1 Lecture 60/60 MW ALP156 0900AM-0950AM Croisdale,Timothy E HY
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 32766 1 Lecture 60/60 F WEBONLINE - Croisdale,Timothy E HY

CRJ 101 - Intro Crim Just Rsch Meth (3 Units)

Introduction to research methodologies used in the social sciences, with a special emphasis on those methods most often used in the study of crime and criminal behavior, police/court systems, and correctional institutions, policies, and programs. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, critically analyze and assess descriptive and quantitative research studies. Topics include the roles of theory and ethics in research, hypothesis testing, and research design.

Prerequisite: Restricted to Criminal Justice majors

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  101 Section 01 32423 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Singer,Jennie K OL

CRJ 102 - Crime And Punishment (3 Units)

This course provides an overview of the causes, consequences and responses to crime in society, with special emphasis on the use of theory and research to guide criminal justice policy and practice. The course surveys major theories of crime causation, examines consequences of crime on individuals and societies, and explores various perspectives on the appropriate role of criminal sanctions and offender treatment in modern day systems of justice.

Prerequisite: Criminal Justice major

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  102 Section 01 32832 1 Lecture 45/45 M DH209 1200PM-115PM Ren,Xin HY
01 book for n/a  102 Section 01 32832 1 Lecture 45/45 W WEBONLINE - Ren,Xin HY
02 book for n/a  102 Section 02 32833 1 Lecture 45/45 M ALP148 130PM-245PM Ren,Xin HY
02 book for n/a  102 Section 02 32833 1 Lecture 45/45 W WEBONLINE - Ren,Xin HY
03 book for n/a  102 Section 03 32836 1 Lecture 45/45 MW ALP148 1100AM-1150AM Bogazianos,Dimitri A HY
03 book for n/a  102 Section 03 32836 1 Lecture 45/45 F WEBONLINE - Bogazianos,Dimitri A HY

CRJ 1 - Intro Crim Justic+Society (3 Units)

Reviews the problem of crime and the societal response to criminals. Institutions discussed are those intended to discover the crime and the criminal and those designed to deal with the criminal, the victim, and society, once the criminal has been labeled. Finally, the bureaucracy of crime and its measurement as a social phenomenon are discussed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
08 book for n/a    1 Section 08 34221 1 Lecture 75/75 T SLN2002 0900AM-1015AM Jones,Marlyn J GE AREA D,HY
08 book for n/a    1 Section 08 34221 1 Lecture 75/75 R WEBONLINE - Jones,Marlyn J GE AREA D,HY

CRJ 2 - Law of Crimes (3 Units)

Introduction to the case method of studying criminal law. Understanding and correlating the common law crimes and substantive law crimes. Study and emphasis on the classification and nature of crimes, the requisite elements of the major common law felonies and criminal responsibility of various persons involved in crime.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 32417 1 Lecture 50/50 MW DH209 1100AM-1150AM Loving,Russell HY
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 32417 1 Lecture 50/50 F WEBONLINE - Loving,Russell HY
02 book for n/a    2 Section 02 32421 1 Lecture 50/50 M DH209 130PM-245PM Loving,Russell HY
02 book for n/a    2 Section 02 32421 1 Lecture 50/50 W WEBONLINE - Loving,Russell HY

CRJ 115 - Violence & Terrorism (3 Units)

Systemically examines political violence, responses by government institutions to that violence and implications of both for the administration of justice. Content is structured along a continuum, ranging from small scale violence to mass violence - assassinations, terrorism by sub-national and transnational organizations, state terror and genocide. In recent years political violence has progressively drawn the American governmental institutions, particularly justice agencies, into the global picture of violence committed by both domestic and international terrorists.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  115 Section 02 32429 1 Lecture 60/60 MW ALP144 1100AM-1150AM Staff GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a  115 Section 02 32429 1 Lecture 60/60 F WEBONLINE - Capron,Timothy A GE AREA D,HY
04 book for n/a  115 Section 04 32717 1 Lecture 60/60 WEBONLINE - Mizrahi,Stephanie B GE AREA D,OL

CRJ 123 - Law Arrest, Search & Seizure (3 Units)

Current and recent developments relating to arrest, searches, and seizures; study of constitutional rights predominately associated with the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments as related to criminal justice and its administration -- warrants, warrantless seizures, exclusionary rule, confession, eye-witness identification, electronic surveillance, entrapment, and state variance with federal rules. Case study method law course.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared majors or minors or department chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  123 Section 02 32442 1 Lecture 50/50 M ALP144 1200PM-115PM Loving,Russell HY
02 book for n/a  123 Section 02 32442 1 Lecture 50/50 W WEBONLINE - Loving,Russell HY

CRJ 121 - Structure & Functn Amer Court (3 Units)

Overview of the Federal and State court structures including jurisdiction, venue, roles of court participants, due process and post arrest procedures employed in adjudication, trial process, appellate review. Constitutional issues such as discretion, indigent rights, right to counsel, discovery, pleas, bail and preventive detention, competency, evidence suppression, double jeopardy, and speedy trial will also be addressed.

Prerequisite: declared majors or minors or chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 32453 1 Lecture 50/50 TR LIB53 1030AM-1145AM Kubicek,Laurie M TV
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 32828 1 Lecture 60/60 WEBONLINE - Kubicek,Laurie M OL

CRJ 108 - Domestic Crime & Violence (3 Units)

Detailed examination of the multiple causes, effects and dynamics of crime against children, spouses, domestic partners and the dependent elderly, the response of criminal justice agencies to these crimes and the impact of these crimes on their victims.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101 and CRJ 102; restricted to declared majors or chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  108 Section 01 32470 1 Lecture 60/60 M SQU456 1200PM-115PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  108 Section 01 32470 1 Lecture 60/60 W WEBONLINE - Staff HY

CRJ 141 - Police & Society (3 Units)

Examination of the origins, philosophy, objectives and priorities of the police service in the U.S. A. holistic analysis of political, social, economic, legal and other factors impacting the relationship between the police and the society they serve. Police use of discretion, police roles, police and minority groups, police and protest groups, police brutality, and police ethics are also studied.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared CRJ majors or minors or department chair permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
03 book for n/a  141 Section 03 32439 1 Lecture 60/60 T ALP144 130PM-245PM Staff HY
03 book for n/a  141 Section 03 32439 1 Lecture 60/60 R WEBONLINE - Capron,Timothy A HY
04 book for n/a  141 Section 04 32440 1 Lecture 60/60 T ALP144 300PM-415PM Staff HY
04 book for n/a  141 Section 04 32440 1 Lecture 60/60 R WEBONLINE - Capron,Timothy A HY

DS 101 - Data Analy For Managers (3 Units)

Second course in business statistics that focuses on the application of statistical methods to business problems. Emphases are placed on case studies, data analysis, model building techniques, statistical reasoning, and communications of statistical results. A statistical computer package will be used in the course.

Prerequisite: MATH 24, STAT 1; must be a business pre-major, business major (any concentration), or business minor, and have at least sophomore standing

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  101 Section 01 31346 1 Discussion 42/42 MW ALP224 0900AM-1015AM Li,Min HY
01 book for n/a  101 Section 01 31346 1 Discussion 42/42 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31347 1 Discussion 42/42 MW ALP224 1030AM-1145AM Li,Min HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31347 1 Discussion 42/42 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31432 1 Discussion 42/42 MW ALP224 1200PM-115PM Li,Min HY
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31432 1 Discussion 42/42 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 31477 1 Discussion 97/97 WEBONLINE - Alvayay,Jaime R OL
10 book for n/a  101 Section 10 31506 1 Discussion 42/42 WEBONLINE - Alvayay,Jaime R OL

ECON 1A - Intro Macroeconomic Analy (3 Units)

Introductory inquiry into the workings and interrelationships of the aggregate economic system. The primary focus is on total production and its distribution, employment and price levels, and the forces influencing them. Other considerations are the roles of government, the monetary sector, and related areas.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 33717 1 Lecture 100/100 WEBONLINE - Perez,Stephen J GE AREA D,OL

EDS 230B - Pos Behv Supp Mld/ModSev Lab (1 Units)

Comprehensive study and application of intervention strategies that enhance the quality of life for students with mild/moderate disabilities. Students will learn (a) how to design learning environments that prevent and reduce problem behaviors, (b) learn how to identify and assess problem behavior using functional behavioral methods, (c) learn how to design and implement positive behavioral support interventions which are in compliance with federal IDEA law, and (d) apply behavioral procedures on a systemic, school wide basis.

Prerequisite: Admittance into Mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe Credential program, APE program, or permission of respective special education coordinator.

Corequisite: EDS 230A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  230B Section 02 31984 1 Activity 30/30 TBAARR - Staff OL

EDS 230A - Pos Behav Supp Mild/Mod/Sev (2 Units)

Comprehensive study and application of intervention strategies that enhance the quality of life for students with mild/moderate disabilities. Students will learn (a) how to design learning environments that prevent and reduce problem behaviors, (b) learn how to identify and assess problem behavior using functional behavioral assessment methods, (c) learn how to design and implement positive behavioral support interventions which are in compliance with federal IDEA law, and (d) apply behavioral procedures on a systemic, school wide basis.

Prerequisite: Admittance into Mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe Credential program or permission of respective special education coordinator.

Corequisite: EDS 230B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  230A Section 01 31981 1 Seminar 30/30 T LIB53 400PM-650PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  230A Section 02 31982 1 Seminar 30/30 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

EDUC 100B - Educ Students w/Disab Lab (1 Units)

Field-based 30 hour experience. Lab is a synthesis and application of EDUC 100A course content in educational setting for students who receive special education services. Students will verify multiple experiences across the age-span and in inclusive educational settings, agencies, and community environments.

Corequisite: EDUC 100A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 32084 1 Independent Study 40/40 TBAARR - Staff OL
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 32086 1 Independent Study 80/80 TBAARR - Staff OL

EDUC 100A - Educ Students w/Disabilities (2 Units)

This course provides an overview of current knowledge about individuals with disabilities within the context of inclusive educational and community-based settings, with substantial focus on the role of the educator in the education of students who have disabilities in diverse communities. Content includes historical factors, legislation, causes and characteristics, educational needs, educational strategies, including educational technologies, assessment, collaboration, and support services for individuals with disabilities ranging across mild, moderate, severe, and profound disability levels.

Note: Designed to meet the Special Education requirement for a clear multiple and single subject credential.

Corequisite: EDUC 100B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  100A Section 02 32080 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
04 book for n/a  100A Section 04 32082 1 Lecture 80/80 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

EDUC 120 - Literature For Children (3 Units)

Historical and modern children's literature; standards of selection and acquaintance with the leading authors and illustrators; procedures and practices in methodology.

Prerequisite: Must have Junior or higher standing to enroll in this course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 32175 1 Discussion 35/35 - Staff TV

EEE 174 - Intro To Microprocessors (4 Units)

Topics include: microcomputer systems, microprocessor architecture, machine and assembly language programming, timing operations, bus arbitration and exception processing logic, addressing modes, parallel and serial ports, memory, assemblers and development systems. The lab uses development systems and target systems in the Computer Engineering laboratory to assemble, link, test and debug and run various assignments. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: Junior status, EEE 64.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  174 Section 01 31663 1 Discussion 36/36 TR ARC1011 1030AM-1145AM Dahlquist,Dennis L HY,TV,WA

EEE 236 - Adv Semiconductor Devices (3 Units)

Semiconductor device modeling, including the application of the continuity equation and Poissons equation to abrupt and graded p/n junctions, semiconductor/metal contacts, junction field effect transistors (JFET), metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors (MOSFET), and bipolar junction transistors (BJT). Special topics include compound semiconductor devices and heterostructures.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 31849 1 Seminar 40/40 TR EUR113 300PM-415PM Heedley,Perry L HY,WA

EEE 232 - Key Mixed Sig IC Bld Blks (3 Units)

Covers key mixed-signal integrated circuit building blocks most often used in modern ICs. Topics covered include data converter fundamentals, comparators, and important circuit architectures for Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs), and Phase-Locked Loops (PLLs).

Prerequisite: EEE 230 or consent of instructor.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  232 Section 01 31779 1 Seminar 30/30 TR RVR1006 0900AM-1015AM Heedley,Perry L HY,WA

EEE 64 - Intro To Logic Design (4 Units)

Covers the following topics: logic gates, binary number system, conversion between number systems, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, combinational logic, digital logic design, flip-flops, programmable logic devices (PLDs), counters, registers, memories, state machines, designing combinational logic and state machines into PLDs, and basic computer architecture. Lab emphasizes the use of software equation entry design tools, the use of a schematic entry, and the use of a logic simulation design tool. Lab assignments are design-oriented.

Prerequisite: CSC 15 or CSC 25

Cross Listed: CPE 64; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a   64 Section 01 31764 1 Discussion 30/30 TR ARC1011 0900AM-1015AM Dahlquist,Dennis L HY,TV,WA

ENGL 109X - Writing-Intensive Workshop (1 Units)

Student-centered group tutorial which will offer supplemental instruction in elements of academic writing taught in writing-intensive upper-division courses; it will provide support to students concurrently enrolled in writing-intensive upper-division courses throughout the writing process, including drafting, revising, and editing, for a variety of papers.

Prerequisite: Writing Placement for Juniors: student who receive a 4-unit placement on the WPJ.

Corequisite: Writing-Intensive upper-division course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  109X Section 01 30690 1 Activity 15/15 M ALP205 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  109X Section 01 30690 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  109X Section 02 30691 1 Activity 15/15 M ALP205 1200PM-1250PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  109X Section 02 30691 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  109X Section 03 30692 1 Activity 15/15 M ALP205 100PM-150PM Staff HY
03 book for n/a  109X Section 03 30692 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a  109X Section 04 30693 1 Activity 15/15 M ALP205 300PM-350PM Staff HY
04 book for n/a  109X Section 04 30693 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
05 book for n/a  109X Section 05 30694 1 Activity 15/15 T ALP205 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
05 book for n/a  109X Section 05 30694 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
06 book for n/a  109X Section 06 30695 1 Activity 15/15 T EUR413C 1200PM-1250PM Staff HY
06 book for n/a  109X Section 06 30695 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
07 book for n/a  109X Section 07 30814 1 Activity 15/15 T EUR413C 100PM-150PM Staff HY
07 book for n/a  109X Section 07 30814 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
08 book for n/a  109X Section 08 30815 1 Activity 15/15 T ALP205 300PM-350PM Staff HY
08 book for n/a  109X Section 08 30815 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 30816 1 Activity 15/15 T ALP205 400PM-450PM Staff HY
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 30816 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
10 book for n/a  109X Section 10 30817 1 Activity 15/15 T ALP205 500PM-550PM Staff HY
10 book for n/a  109X Section 10 30817 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
11 book for n/a  109X Section 11 30818 1 Activity 15/15 T ALP205 600PM-650PM Staff HY
11 book for n/a  109X Section 11 30818 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
12 book for n/a  109X Section 12 30819 1 Activity 15/15 W ALP205 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
12 book for n/a  109X Section 12 30819 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
13 book for n/a  109X Section 13 30820 1 Activity 15/15 W ALP205 400PM-450PM Staff HY
13 book for n/a  109X Section 13 30820 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
14 book for n/a  109X Section 14 30821 1 Activity 15/15 W ALP205 500PM-550PM Staff HY
14 book for n/a  109X Section 14 30821 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
15 book for n/a  109X Section 15 30822 1 Activity 15/15 W ALP205 600PM-650PM Staff HY
15 book for n/a  109X Section 15 30822 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
16 book for n/a  109X Section 16 30869 1 Activity 15/15 R ALP205 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
16 book for n/a  109X Section 16 30869 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
17 book for n/a  109X Section 17 30870 1 Activity 15/15 R ALP205 400PM-450PM Staff HY
17 book for n/a  109X Section 17 30870 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
18 book for n/a  109X Section 18 30871 1 Activity 15/15 R ALP205 500PM-550PM Staff HY
18 book for n/a  109X Section 18 30871 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
19 book for n/a  109X Section 19 31148 1 Activity 15/15 R ALP205 600PM-650PM Staff HY
19 book for n/a  109X Section 19 31148 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
20 book for n/a  109X Section 20 31149 1 Activity 15/15 F ALP205 1000AM-1050AM Staff HY
20 book for n/a  109X Section 20 31149 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ENTR 189 - Corporate Entrepreneurshp (3 Units)

Offers a multidisciplinary framework for studying and developing corporate entrepreneurship. Covers the climate and culture of an entrepreneurial organization, strategies for developing new business ventures within an organization, and strategies for transforming firms toward a more entrepreneurially driven organization. As a result, students will increase their understanding of environment, processes and strategies that will create value and build competence through entrepreneurial activities within organizations.

Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  189 Section 01 31496 1 Discussion 40/40 M ARC1013 600PM-850PM Han,Yongliang HY
01 book for n/a  189 Section 01 31496 1 Discussion 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

FACS 10 - Nutrition And Wellness (3 Units)

Introduction to the basic principles of nutrition and the relationship of the human diet to health. Overview of the nutrition profession, the biological uses of nutrients and tools for dietary planning. Examination of specific issues such as weight loss, sports nutrition, food safety, the diet-disease relationship and global nutrition. Analysis of special nutritional requirements and needs during the life cycle. Evaluation of personal dietary habits using current dietary guidelines and nutritional assessment methods.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a   10 Section 02 33696 1 Lecture 120/120 WEBONLINE - Hanna,Lynn E,OL

FACS 113 - Nutrition And Metabolism (3 Units)

Study of the structures, types and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Discussion of the biological roles of vitamins and minerals. Application and integration of metabolic knowledge with health promotion and chronic disease. Lecture, composition.

Prerequisite: BIO 10 or BIO 20 and CHEM 1A or CHEM 6A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 33664 1 Lecture 40/40 TR MRP3001 1030AM-1145AM Staff B5,HY

FREN 1A - Elementary French (4 Units)

Focuses on the development of elementary linguistic skills, with emphasis on the spoken language. The relationship of the language to French civilization and culture is given special attention.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30535 1 Discussion 33/33 MT EUR103 1100AM-1150AM Russell,Beatrice N HY
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30535 1 Discussion 33/33 WR WEBONLINE - Russell,Beatrice N HY

FREN 1B - Elementary French (4 Units)

Continuation of FREN 1A, with emphasis on reading, writing, listening and speaking. French culture and its relationship to language is given continued attention.

Note: Meets the Foreign Language Graduation Proficiency Requirement.

Prerequisite: FREN 1A and a suitable score on placement exam; or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30536 1 Discussion 33/33 MT MRP2030 0900AM-0950AM Russell,Beatrice N FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30536 1 Discussion 33/33 WR WEBONLINE - Russell,Beatrice N FLR,HUM (C2),HY

FREN 120 - French Civilization (3 Units)

Presentation of formative cultural achievements of the French world from its origins to the present, i.e., the origin of the French language. Contributions to European Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism, the Revolutionary and Romantic eras, and modern western culture.

Note: Open to non-majors. Course taught in English.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 30540 1 Lecture 80/80 M MND3013 530PM-645PM Elstob,Kevin HUM (C2),HY,WA
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 30540 1 Lecture 80/80 W WEBONLINE - Elstob,Kevin HUM (C2),HY,WA
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 34296 1 Lecture 100/100 WEBONLINE - Elstob,Kevin HUM (C2),OL

FREN 102 - Advanced Conversation (3 Units)

Mastery of spoken French language through discussion of personal readings to develop vocabulary and syntactical skills. Conducted in French. May be taken for credit twice.

Prerequisite: Four semesters of French or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  102 Section 01 34295 1 Discussion 30/30 M MRP2030 130PM-245PM Russell,Beatrice N HY
01 book for n/a  102 Section 01 34295 1 Discussion 30/30 W WEBONLINE - Russell,Beatrice N HY

GEOL 8 - Earth Science (3 Units)

Earth and its neighbors in space. Scientific method and discovery in the study of stars, planets, weather, rivers, glaciers, oceans, rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, mountains, drifting continents, the earth in time.

Note: Students contemplating a geology major or minor in geology should enroll in GEOL 10, not in GEOL 8. No credit for those who have taken GEOL 10 or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a    8 Section 02 33012 1 Lecture 40/40 TR ARC1011 1200PM-115PM Staff B1,HY
03 book for n/a    8 Section 03 33013 1 Lecture 50/50 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-115PM Staff B1,HY,TV
03 book for n/a    8 Section 03 33013 1 Lecture 50/50 TR LIB11 1200PM-115PM Staff B1,HY,TV

GERO 100 - Aging Issues In Contem Am (3 Units)

Introduction to the field of Gerontology and how the discipline addresses society's aging needs. An examination of current issues in gerontology using a life span perspective focusing on older adults' needs/concerns along life's continuum in various environments. Major topics include implications of the demographic imperative, common aging changes/conditions, myths and stereotypes, effects of health/illness on individual and family roles, basic social issues and policies arising from the graying of America, and media, cultural and gender influences.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  100 Section 01 34166 1 Lecture 80/80 M ARC1010 530PM-820PM Staff GE AREA D,TV,WA

GM 105 - Strategic Management (3 Units)

Theory and practices of strategic planning for organizations, analysis of cases from a general management perspective which integrates accounting, financial, marketing, personnel, and production policies in relation to the environment within a framework of balance between profit or cost-effectiveness and social responsibility. Case studies, term project.

Prerequisite: Completion of all other upper-division core courses, except MIS 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
08 book for n/a  105 Section 08 31526 1 Seminar 40/40 WEBONLINE - Hatton,Lindle G OL

GOVT 35 - World Politics (3 Units)

Basic introduction to global politics focusing on a broad range of issues and problems relating to conflict and cooperation among nations, and on similarities and differences among nations' governmental institutions, structures and processes.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
06 book for n/a   35 Section 06 33961 1 Lecture 40/40 TR AMD252 0730AM-0845AM Sampanis,Maria GE AREA D,HY
07 book for n/a   35 Section 07 33980 1 Lecture 40/40 TR AMD252 0900AM-1015AM Sampanis,Maria GE AREA D,HY

GOVT 148 - Govt+Politics Middle East (3 Units)

Survey of the governmental institutions and the political processes in the region, with emphasis on the problems of social change. Focuses on the colonial situation, the growth of nationalism, the revolution of rising expectations, Islamic political theory and its contemporary manifestations, the role of the military, and the current regional conflicts.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  148 Section 01 33898 1 Lecture 46/46 R ARC1007 1030AM-1145AM Fozouni,Bahman HY
01 book for n/a  148 Section 01 33898 1 Lecture 46/46 WEBONLINE - Fozouni,Bahman HY

GOVT 1 - Essentials Of Government (3 Units)

Examines the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. system of governments and the ideas and values on which they are based. Fulfills state code requirements for U.S. Constitution and California State and Local Government. Students who believe they have a good fundamental knowledge of the institutions of American Government are encouraged to consider a designated upper division course to fulfill the state requirement.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
10 book for n/a    1 Section 10 33638 1 Lecture 48/48 TR ALP122 0900AM-1015AM Staff ADJ-57C,CON+CA,GE AREA D,TV
11 book for n/a    1 Section 11 34050 1 Lecture 72/72 TR ARC1010 0900AM-1015AM Staff ADJ-57C,CON+CA,GE AREA D,TV

GOVT 1H - Honors Government (3 Units)

Explores some of the most influential works of politics and political writing in American history, and challenges contemporary analysis of political institutions and processes. Examines the structure of the Constitution, issues of federalism, the growth of civil rights, and the processes of government, with a comparative element. Explores the unique characteristics of California state politics.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1H Section 01 33952 1 Seminar 25/25 TR LIB128 1200PM-115PM Sampanis,Maria CON+CA,GE AREA D,HY
01 book for n/a    1H Section 01 33952 1 Seminar 25/25 WEBONLINE - Sampanis,Maria CON+CA,GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1H Section 02 33953 1 Seminar 25/25 TR SQU128 130PM-245PM Sampanis,Maria CON+CA,GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1H Section 02 33953 1 Seminar 25/25 - Sampanis,Maria CON+CA,GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1H Section 02 33953 1 Seminar 25/25 WEBONLINE - Sampanis,Maria CON+CA,GE AREA D,HY

HLSC 136 - School Health Education (2 Units)

Provides teacher candidates, social workers, and nurses an understanding of the educational methods, processes, and content of the scope of health education as provided in the Framework for Health Instruction of the California State Department of Education. Offers an understanding of current problems related to personal, family and community health. General theories and organization for teaching health education will be discussed. Meets the requirement for teacher candidates under the SB2042.

Note: Not open to lower division students.

Prerequisite: CPR training; may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 32839 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
03 book for n/a  136 Section 03 32535 1 Lecture 65/65 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
04 book for n/a  136 Section 04 32536 1 Lecture 65/65 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

HONR 103 - Civic Engagement Serv Learning (3 Units)

Students to be an active participant in his/her own learning process through a service learning experience and participation in a corresponding seminar. Students are offered a reciprocal opportunity to acquire knowledge and develop skills while providing service and assistance to the community. Students will have the opportunity to assess the circumstances of an organization and provide feedback on their situation. The student will evaluate and assess his/her service learning from three perspectives: the physical universe and its life forms, social issues and social science research, and the arts.

Note: An international experience can be substituted for a local service learning experience. See Honors Program Director for more information.

Prerequisite: Must be admitted to Honors Program

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  103 Section 01 32991 1 Lecture 20/20 - Staff D2,HY
01 book for n/a  103 Section 01 32991 1 Lecture 20/20 W TAH1027 1200PM-115PM Staff D2,HY

HROB 101 - Mgmt Contemporary Organiz (3 Units)

Overview of managerial and organizational theory and practice, including a discussion of the contingencies that influence an organization's effectiveness and efficiency. Focus is on the decision making and problem-solving processes that affect managerial performance in planning, implementing, and controlling the work of contemporary organizations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31359 1 Lecture 80/80 MW AMD153 1030AM-1145AM Riolli,Laura T HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31359 1 Lecture 80/80 WEBONLINE - Riolli,Laura T HY
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 34425 1 Lecture 45/45 WEBONLINE - Cleek,Margaret A OL
12 book for n/a  101 Section 12 34595 1 Lecture 45/45 WEBONLINE - Shao,Ping OL

HRS 155 - Spirit+Nature (3 Units)

Comparative inquiry into the critical connection between religion and nature. Traditional views of selfhood, the sacred, morality and specific ecological issues, such as energy consumption will be examined through representative sources in world religions.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  155 Section 01 30620 1 Lecture 115/115 WEBONLINE - Jaoudi,Maria M HUM (C2),OL

ITAL 1A - Elementary Italian (4 Units)

Focuses on the development of the four basic skills (understanding, speaking, reading, writing) through the presentation of many cultural components (two per week) which illustrate the Italian "modus vivendi:" social issues, family, food, sports, etc.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30864 1 Discussion 33/33 TWR EUR103 1200PM-1250PM Carle,Barbara HY
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30864 1 Discussion 33/33 M WEBONLINE - Carle,Barbara HY

ITAL 1B - Elementary Italian (4 Units)

Continuation of ITAL 1A with greater emphasis on reading, writing. Addition of one reader which contains more cultural material (geography, political issues, government, fashion, etc.).

Prerequisite: ITAL 1A or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30544 1 Discussion 33/33 TWR MRP2030 130PM-220PM Carle,Barbara FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30544 1 Discussion 33/33 M WEBONLINE - Carle,Barbara FLR,HUM (C2),HY

KINS 153C - Exer Electrocardiography (2 Units)

Introduction to electrocardiography, reviews the basic concepts and its application during rest and graded exercise testing.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  153C Section 01 32564 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

MATH 1 - Mathematical Reasoning (3 Units)

Recommended for students whose majors do not include a specific mathematics requirement. Objectives are to show some of the essence and quality of mathematics, and to enhance precision in the evaluation and expression of ideas, thereby developing a student's quantitative reasoning skills. Designed to give students an understanding of some of the vocabulary, methods, and reasoning of mathematics with a focus on ideas.

Prerequisite: MATH 9 or three years of high school mathematics which includes two years of algebra and one year of geometry; and completion of ELM requirement.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
13 book for n/a    1 Section 13 33186 1 Discussion 40/40 TR BRH218 1200PM-115PM Ramachandran,Doraiswamy B4,TV
14 book for n/a    1 Section 14 33187 1 Discussion 70/70 TR ARC1010 1200PM-115PM Ramachandran,Doraiswamy B4,TV

MBA 210 - Managerial Accounting (3 Units)

Management accounting data characteristics and application to internal decisions made by managers. Topics cover management accounting as a tool of business management. Topics generally include product costing, managers' use of accounting data in specific decision frameworks, performance evaluation, and relevant versus strategic analysis. Class participation is encouraged.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 31328 1 Seminar 27/27 R TAH1003 600PM-850PM Pforsich,Hugh D HY
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 31328 1 Seminar 27/27 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

MGMT 102 - Business Communications (3 Units)

Provides basic concepts for understanding and practice of communication in the changing world of business for managers and professionals. It examines the use of language and conversations in business settings and their role in coordinating actions, resolving breakdowns in work performance, and providing customer satisfaction. Topics include: Practice in professional styles of business writing and formats, preparation of a formal report, development of competence in business conversation skills (written, electronic, and oral), and other selected topics. International, technical, and linguistic developments are integrated into the various applications of business communication.

Prerequisite: Completion of Area A in General Education and ENGL 20. Recommend COMS 2 and COMS 4.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
11 book for n/a  102 Section 11 34453 1 Discussion 48/48 TR AMD152 730PM-845PM Staff TV
12 book for n/a  102 Section 12 34454 1 Discussion 80/80 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

MGMT 10 - Intro to Business Law (3 Units)

Study of business law for the future business professional. Introduces students to basic business problems that have legal consequences. Encourages the identification of ethical concerns along with the ability to anticipate potential legal problems with the goal of preventing them. Covers introduction to the legal system; court procedures; contracts and sales; business organizations; real and personal property; labor and employment law; product liability, and the government regulation of business.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 31514 1 Lecture 45/45 MW ARC1011 0900AM-1015AM Larocco,John B TV
02 book for n/a   10 Section 02 31520 1 Lecture 80/80 WEBONLINE - Larocco,John B OL

MIS 3 - Word Proc+Pres Graphics (1 Units)

Introduction to basic word processing concepts and functions. Use of presentation graphics in business reports. Integration of word processing and graphics software.

Prerequisite: MIS 1, instructor permission, or a passing score on the MIS 1 competency examination.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    3 Section 01 31372 1 Discussion 500/500 WEBONLINE - Tsai,San-Yun W OL
** Meets 04/06/2015 to 05/08/2015 **

MIS 2 - Spreadsheets (1 Units)

Introduction to spreadsheets using the spreadsheet standard adopted by the College of Business Administration.

Note: Not open to students receiving credit for CSC 6B.

Prerequisite: MIS 1, instructor permission, or a passing score on the MIS 1 competency examination.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 31371 1 Discussion 500/500 WEBONLINE - Tsai,San-Yun W OL
** Meets 03/02/2015 to 04/03/2015 **

MIS 1 - Oper Sys & Elec Communication (1 Units)

Basic understanding and manipulation skills for operating systems, email systems, and browsers.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 31370 1 Discussion 500/500 WEBONLINE - Tsai,San-Yun W OL
** Meets 01/26/2015 to 02/27/2015 **

MIS 101 - Computer Info System Mgmt (3 Units)

Explores the application of computers to the organizational environment with a management perspective. Topics may include transaction processing systems, management reporting, decision support systems, strategic planning, security, controls and acquisition of hardware, software and services. The interface between the information systems professional and the manager will be defined. Case studies and use of appropriate software packages may be included.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31572 1 Discussion 122/122 WEBONLINE - Sandman,Thomas E OL

MKTG 101 - Principles Of Marketing (3 Units)

Social and economic implications of marketing for profit and nonprofit institutions; market structure and behavior; marketing institutions; channels of distribution for consumer and industrial goods; marketing costs; pricing; public regulations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 31574 1 Lecture 55/55 WEBONLINE - Richards,Joseph B OL

MKTG 160 - Prin Of Quality Managemnt (3 Units)

Study of the major principles of quality management: customer focus, continuous improvement, employee involvement, and process improvement. Use of case studies and a project to gain knowledge in implementing quality management principles. Seminar.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 31449 1 Discussion 50/50 TR ALP232 430PM-545PM Lojo,Maureen P HY
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 31475 1 Discussion 50/50 TR BRH110 300PM-415PM Lojo,Maureen P HY
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 31475 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

MUSC 8 - Basic Music (3 Units)

Orientation designed to provide musical knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary for reading music or listening to music.

Note: May not be taken for credit by music majors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a    8 Section 02 30348 1 Discussion 75/75 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL
03 book for n/a    8 Section 03 30349 1 Discussion 75/75 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL

MUSC 129 - Amer Society+Its Music (3 Units)

Introduction, through reading, discussion, taped assignments in the Music Department listening center, live music in the classroom, and outside live listening assignments, to all significant manifestations of American music, their roots, and their place in American life. Includes folk, religious, popular, jazz, and fine-art music.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70/71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  129 Section 01 30428 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL,WI
02 book for n/a  129 Section 02 30429 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL,WI
03 book for n/a  129 Section 03 30430 1 Lecture 35/35 MW CPS223 1000AM-1115AM Staff ARTS (C1),HY,WI
04 book for n/a  129 Section 04 30687 1 Lecture 35/35 MW 1130AM-1245PM Staff ARTS (C1),HY,WI

MUSC 18 - Music Appreciation (3 Units)

Basic music orientation for the layman. A non-technical consideration of the various aspects of music literature designed to stimulate interest in all phases of music.

Note: Not open to music majors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a   18 Section 02 30361 1 Lecture 130/130 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL
03 book for n/a   18 Section 03 30633 1 Lecture 120/120 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL
04 book for n/a   18 Section 04 31136 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),HY
05 book for n/a   18 Section 05 34781 1 Lecture 125/125 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL

MUSC 118B - Amer Popular Music-Jazz (3 Units)

A survey of jazz history. Emphasis is placed on the evolution of different jazz styles and trends, through the study of recorded examples and videos by some of the major artists of the 20th century. Discussion of the social conditions surrounding the evolution of jazz will be included.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  118B Section 01 30426 1 Lecture 75/75 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL
02 book for n/a  118B Section 02 30905 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL

NURS 160 - Human Sexuality (3 Units)

Designed to explore the physiological, sociological, and psychological components of human sexuality in a sufficiently detailed manner so that the myth and confusion enveloping this needlessly hypersensitive subject can be dispelled. Hopefully, students will be able to integrate these components in a meaningful pattern into their own lives and will be not only better able to understand and accept their own sexual needs and behavior but also, at the same time, will be more accepting and understanding of persons whose sexual attitudes and behavior might differ from their own. Lecture three hours.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 32621 1 Lecture 60/60 WF FLS1050 1100AM-1150AM Staff E,HY
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 32621 1 Lecture 60/60 M WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff E,HY
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 32622 1 Lecture 60/60 WF FLS1050 1200PM-1250PM Staff E,HY
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 32622 1 Lecture 60/60 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Staff E,HY

NURS 14 - Pharmacology (2 Units)

Basic principles of pharmacology with a focus on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and related therapeutic implications for major drug categories. May be taken by pre-nursing or non-nursing students. Lecture two hours.

Prerequisite: BIO 131, or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a   14 Section 02 32669 1 Lecture 99/99 R WEBONLINE - Staff TV

OPM 101 - Operations Management (3 Units)

Introduction to the basic concepts and methods used to analyze and improve performance of operations in manufacturing and service organizations. Decisions and problems presented are related to operations strategy, job design, process design and layout, forecasting, inventory management, operations planning and control, material requirements planning, quality management, and just-in-time manufacturing.

Corequisite: DS 101

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31550 1 Lecture 60/60 TR ALP236 430PM-545PM Sun,Yang HY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31550 1 Lecture 60/60 WEBONLINE - Sun,Yang HY
08 book for n/a  101 Section 08 34459 1 Lecture 60/60 T ALP236 600PM-850PM Sun,Yang HY
08 book for n/a  101 Section 08 34459 1 Lecture 60/60 WEBONLINE - Sun,Yang HY

PHIL 4 - Critical Thinking (3 Units)

Study of the basic skills of good reasoning needed for the intelligent and responsible conduct of life. Topics include: argument structure and identification, validity and strength of arguments, common fallacies of reasoning, use and abuse of language in reasoning, principles of fair play in argumentation.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30058 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Dowden,Bradley H A3,OL
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 30675 1 Discussion 50/50 WEBONLINE - Dowden,Bradley H A3,OL
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30862 1 Discussion 180/180 WEBONLINE - Mccormick,Matthew S A3,OL

PHIL 6 - Introductn To Philosophy (3 Units)

Representative selection of philosophical problems will be explored in areas such as knowledge, reality, religion, science, politics, art and morals.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a    6 Section 02 30720 1 Lecture 40/40 MWF DH208 0900AM-0950AM Staff HUM (C2),TV
05 book for n/a    6 Section 05 30721 1 Lecture 40/40 MWF DH208 1100AM-1150AM Staff HUM (C2),TV

PHIL 104 - Bioethics (3 Units)

Ethical dilemmas faced by professionals and patients in the field of medicine, e.g., patient self-determination and informed consent, discrimination in health care, euthanasia, abortion, surrogate motherhood, genetic modification, and rights to health care. Emphasis is on the well-reasoned application of general moral principles to practical medical decisions.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  104 Section 02 30666 1 Lecture 150/150 WEBONLINE - DiSilvestro,Russell C GE AREA D,OL

PHIL 101 - Ethics+Social Issues (3 Units)

Moral controversies that divide society today, such as abortion, the death penalty, affirmative action, sexism, war and peace. Emphasis is on identifying the relevant values and moral principles underlying competing views and subjecting them to rational assessment.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70/71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 34435 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Swan,Kyle GE AREA D,OL,WI

PHIL 103 - Business+Computer Ethics (3 Units)

Analytical treatment of controversial moral issues which emerge in the business world, e.g., affirmative action, corporate responsibility, the global economy, industry and environmental damage, social effects of advertising, the computer threat to personal privacy, ownership of computer programs. Discussion will focus on basic moral principles and concepts relevant to these issues.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  103 Section 01 30062 1 Lecture 50/50 WEBONLINE - Justin,Gale D GE AREA D,OL
02 book for n/a  103 Section 02 30063 1 Lecture 35/35 MW ARC1011 1200PM-115PM Justin,Gale D GE AREA D,TV

PHIL 125 - Philosophy Of Science (3 Units)

Study of the philosophical problems that arise in the sciences: the nature of scientific reasoning, the limits and styles of explanation, identifying pseudoscience, values in science, unity and diversity of the sciences, and science's impact on our world view.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  125 Section 02 31202 1 Lecture 150/150 WEBONLINE - Staff B5,OL

PHIL 26 - History of Philosophy (3 Units)

Introduction to the history of philosophy, emphasizing such themes as the foundations of knowledge, the nature of reality, the basis of a good life and a just society, the existence of God, and the nature of self, and tracing the development of these themes from antiquity to the modern period.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a   26 Section 01 30060 1 Lecture 40/40 MW ARC1011 1030AM-1145AM Justin,Gale D HUM (C2),TV
03 book for n/a   26 Section 03 30765 1 Lecture 50/50 WEBONLINE - Justin,Gale D HUM (C2),OL

PHIL 131 - Philosophy Of Religion (3 Units)

Introduction to philosophical theology, the philosophical study of religious assertions, arguments, and beliefs: the existence and nature of God; the rationality of religious belief; the relation of faith to reason; the problem of evil; immortality and resurrection; the possibility of miracles; the meaning of religious language. Includes both traditional and contemporary approaches.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 30068 1 Lecture 150/150 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),OL

PSYC 111 - Intro Biological Psyc (3 Units)

Introductory overview of the psychobiological aspects of behavior. Emphasis is on the central and autonomic nervous systems and the endocrine system. Topics include physiological factors involved in sensation, perception, motivation, learning, emotion, social behavior, and maladaptive behavior.

Prerequisite: PSYC 2; PSYC 8, PSYC 101 recommended.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 33942 1 Lecture 40/40 MW AMD240 1000AM-1050AM Furtak,Sharon HY
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 33942 1 Lecture 40/40 F WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Furtak,Sharon HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 34758 1 Lecture 40/40 MW EUR102 100PM-150PM Furtak,Sharon HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 34758 1 Lecture 40/40 F WEBONLINE 100PM-150PM Furtak,Sharon HY

PSYC 121 - Methods & Stats Psyc Research (3 Units)

Project-based experience of Psychology. Study of scientific processes in research such as literature reviews; developing testable hypotheses; design; IRB review; data collection, analysis, and interpretation; critical analysis of studies; APA paper preparation; and issues in dissemination. Study of some advanced statistical processes such as factorial ANOVAs, planned and post hoc comparisons, and multiple regression. Study of statistical software programs used in the analysis of data.

Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and PSYC Majors only.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 34012 1 Activity 40/40 MW MND2003 0900AM-0950AM Qin,Jianjian HY
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 34012 1 Activity 40/40 F WEBONLINE - Qin,Jianjian HY

PSYC 2 - Introductory Psychology (3 Units)

Provides a general overview of theory and research concerning psychological processes at the basic, individual and social levels. Topics will include physiological psychology, comparative psychology, learning, motivation, sensation and perception, developmental psychology, personality, social psychology, maladaptive behavior, individual differences, and selected other topics. Requires three hours of participation as a research subject.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 33901 1 Lecture 250/250 WEBONLINE - Staff GE AREA D,OL

PSYC 134 - Psych of Human Sexuality (3 Units)

Covers the inherent biological, as well as the psychological, social and cultural similarities and differences between the sexes. Sexual myths and misconceptions are explored, and the sex roles and patterns of interaction currently practiced in our society are discussed.

Prerequisite: PSYC 2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  134 Section 01 34317 1 Lecture 120/120 WEBONLINE - Staff E,OL

RPTA 184 - Hospitality Administration (3 Units)

Introduces students to resorts and hotels and their position within the tourism and hospitality industries. The scope of the hospitality industry and various issues concerning the successful development of a hospitality product will be discussed. Prepares students to engage in an internship or employment in this or a related industry, including restaurants and retail. It also helps these and other students to reinforce concepts and skills learned elsewhere by providing concrete, real-world examples of marketing and management methods.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared RPTA major and minors or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  184 Section 01 32735 1 Lecture 35/35 W EUR108 300PM-550PM Sheppard,Anthony G HY

RPTA 189 - Calif Wine and Agri-Tourism (3 Units)

Introduction to the wine tourism and agri-tourism industries, specifically in the region surrounding Sacramento. Emphasis on wine regions, wineries as event stages, wine mythology and wine in popular culture. Additionaly, the course will cover the role of agricultural festivals, related agri-tourism products, slow-food, specialty crop tourism, winery and farm retail, culinary destinations, wine list creation, ag natural tourism products and the role of agri-tourism as part of Sacramento's cultural identity.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared RPTA majors and minors or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  189 Section 01 32907 1 Lecture 22/22 F SLN2000 1030AM-120PM Shaw,Gregory C HY
01 book for n/a  189 Section 01 32907 1 Lecture 22/22 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

RPTA 100 - Recreatn+Leisure Lifestyle (3 Units)

Broad general overview of the recreation and leisure movement followed by a specific examination of changing leisure lifestyles and their impact on the individual's choice of recreation and leisure patterns. Also examine the impact that the choice of leisure lifestyles has on other aspects of the individual's life as well as the negative effects of restrictive or inadequate leisure involvement.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
04 book for n/a  100 Section 04 32746 1 Lecture 120/120 WEBONLINE - Staff E,OL
06 book for n/a  100 Section 06 34908 1 Lecture 100/100 W SQU301 130PM-245PM Martinez,Katherine R E,HY
06 book for n/a  100 Section 06 34908 1 Lecture 100/100 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Katherine R E,HY

RPTA 105 - Mgmt In Rec, Parks & Tourism (3 Units)

Analyzes the functions of managers including planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. Also examines basic principles, techniques and tools associated with these functions. Consideration of internal and external environments which influence the managerial process and the manager's role in various areas of enterprise activity.

Prerequisite: RPTA 30 or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  105 Section 01 32899 1 Lecture 30/30 W EUR108 600PM-715PM Pichly II,Andre L HY
01 book for n/a  105 Section 01 32899 1 Lecture 30/30 WEBONLINE - Pichly II,Andre L HY
02 book for n/a  105 Section 02 32984 1 Lecture 30/30 W EUR108 730PM-850PM Pichly II,Andre L HY
02 book for n/a  105 Section 02 32984 1 Lecture 30/30 WEBONLINE - Pinch,Katherine J HY

RPTA 32 - Leadership Group Development (3 Units)

The purpose of this course is for students to develop an understanding of the theory and practice of leadership in various recreational organizational settings. The course will allow students the opportunity to develop leadership skills through lectures, self-assessments, experiential exercises, class discussions and case studies. Students are exposed to diverse theories and perspectives on leadership and are encouraged to apply critical thinking skills to develop their own working philosophy of the leadership that will serve them in their career contexts.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
03 book for n/a   32 Section 03 34387 1 Lecture 35/35 W AMD309 1030AM-1145AM Bening,Catharine J E,HY
03 book for n/a   32 Section 03 34387 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Staff E,HY
04 book for n/a   32 Section 04 35042 1 Lecture 40/40 T MRP1000 130PM-245PM Sebastian,Todd E E,HY
04 book for n/a   32 Section 04 35042 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Sebastian,Todd E E,HY
05 book for n/a   32 Section 05 35047 1 Lecture 40/40 W AMD314 1200PM-115PM Bening,Catharine J E,HY
05 book for n/a   32 Section 05 35047 1 Lecture 40/40 WEBONLINE - Staff E,HY

RPTA 164 - Lead & Fund for Non-profits (3 Units)

Introduces students to principles and concepts of nonprofit leadership. This course will explore and provide an understanding of historical and philosophical foundations of nonprofit organizations; board/committee development and operation; and volunteer management. Students will also learn about fundraising methods and strategies. The course will consist of lecture, readings, discussion, guest speakers, nonprofit agency visitations, active learning exercises, and a community-learning component.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  164 Section 01 32807 1 Lecture 35/35 W EUR108 1030AM-1145AM Krause,Arlene D HY
01 book for n/a  164 Section 01 32807 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

SPAN 1A - Elementary Spanish (4 Units)

Beginning Spanish language with primary emphasis on the development of audio-lingual skills. Attention will also be given to the interrelatedness of language and civilization and culture. Additional attention will be given to the development of reading and writing. Students will be expected to spend several hours per week in the language laboratory. Not recommended for students with any previous study of Spanish.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30552 1 Discussion 33/33 MTR MRP2005 1100AM-1250PM Mayberry,Maria HY
** Meets 01/26/2015 to 03/18/2015 **
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30552 1 Discussion 33/33 W WEBONLINE - Mayberry,Maria HY
** Meets 01/26/2015 to 05/15/2015 **

SPAN 1B - Elementary Spanish (4 Units)

Continuation of SPAN 1A with a greater emphasis on the development of speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills. Cultural knowledge continues to be an important component: elements of Hispanic character, customs, and the way in which the Spanish and Latin American peoples view themselves and others in the world is studied.

Prerequisite: SPAN 1A, or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30553 1 Discussion 33/33 MTR MRP2005 1100AM-1250PM Mayberry,Maria FLR,HUM (C2),HY
** Meets 03/19/2015 to 05/15/2015 **
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30553 1 Discussion 33/33 W WEBONLINE - Mayberry,Maria FLR,HUM (C2),HY
** Meets 01/26/2015 to 05/15/2015 **

SSCI 193 - Integrating SSCi-History (3 Units)

Capstone seminar that serves as a bridge between academic preparation and entry into a professional teacher credential program. Students will examine social science-history in the State curriculum framework, reflect on subject matter preparation, focus on middle and high school social science teaching and learning, investigate and evaluate resources pertinent to instruction, and explore current issues in education.

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  193 Section 01 33774 1 Seminar 30/30 W LIB128 500PM-615PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  193 Section 01 33774 1 Seminar 30/30 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

STAT 1 - Intro To Statistics (3 Units)

Descriptive statistics, basic concepts of probability and sampling with the aim of introducing fundamental notions and techniques of statistical inference.

Prerequisite: MATH 9 or three years of high school mathematics which includes two years of algebra and one year of geometry; completion of ELM requirement and the Intermediate Algebra Diagnostic Test.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
11 book for n/a    1 Section 11 33319 1 Discussion 25/25 TR AMD250 1030AM-1145AM Staff B4,TV
12 book for n/a    1 Section 12 33320 1 Discussion 30/30 TR ARC1010 1030AM-1145AM Staff B4,TV

SWRK 213 - Public Child Welfare Prac (3 Units)

Integrates the concepts and skills learned in Advanced Practice, Advanced Policy, and Research courses of the MSW program and applies to the specific client population of public child welfare agencies. Required for Title IV-E stipend students; open to others on basis of space availability.

Prerequisite: SWRK 204A, SWRK 204B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  213 Section 01 32748 1 Seminar 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
01 book for n/a  213 Section 01 32748 1 Seminar 15/15 T ALP205 1200PM-250PM Staff HY

SWRK 502 - Integrative Capstone Project (2 Units)

This course is designed to reflect the student's proficiency in the core competencies of the social work profession. The focus of this course is the identification of a social work problem, developing a research design which appropriately addresses the problem, and presentation of the findings. Students demonstrate professional competencies in: ethics, communication, diversity, theory, research, direct and indirect and indirect practice, leadership and organizational processes and evidence of a professional self.

Prerequisite: SWRK 501

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F MRP1016 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F MRP1016 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F MRP1016 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F MRP1016 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 34201 1 Seminar 15/15 F MRP1016 400PM-700PM Nam,Kisun HY

WOMS 136 - Gender, Race+Class (3 Units)

Designed to examine the effects of the dynamic interaction of gender, race, and class on women. The social construction of gender, race, and class will also be examined. Other topics to be discussed and researched are the effects of sexism, racism, and classicism on institutions such as academia, business, government, religion, and social movements. Also provides an analysis of effective techniques to end sexism, racism, and classicism.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M/W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70/71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty GE & Grad Req
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 33965 1 Lecture 35/35 T 130PM-245PM Cameron-Wedding,Rita C GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 33965 1 Lecture 35/35 WEBONLINE - Cameron-Wedding,Rita C GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI

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GE & Graduation Requirement Codes

A1 - Oral Communication (A1)

A3 - Critical Thinking (A3)

ADJ-57C - ALS57C GOVT 1 Supplemental Instruction available

ARTS (C1) - Arts (Area C1)

B1 - Physical Science (B1)

B2 - Life Forms (B2)

B4 - Math Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning (B4)

B5 - Further Studies in Area B (B5)

CON+CA - U.S. Constitution + California State & Local Govt

D2 - Major Social Issues of the Contemporary Era (D2)

E - Understanding Personal Development (E)

FLR - Foreign Language Graduation Requirement

GE AREA D - GE AREA D

HUM (C2) - Humanities (Area C2)

HY - Hybrid (On-Line & In-Person)

OL - Fully Online

RE - Race & Ethnicity Graduation Requirement (RE)

TV - Televised

WA - Web Assisted

WI - Writing Intensive Graduation Requirement (WI)

Session Codes

1 - Regular Academic Session (01/26/2015 to 05/15/2015)