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					LOS ANGELES                  HOPE SUCCESS F R I E N D S H I P
                             STRENGTH D E T E R M I N AT I O N

                             HARBOR COLLEGE
I N S P I R AT I O N P R I D E
D R E A M S E D U C AT I O N
D E S I R E C O U R A G E PA S S I O N J OY D E V OT I O N Q UA L I T Y
PAT I E N C E     AMBITION        OPPORTUNIT Y            PROSPER




              SPRING 2012 SCHEDULE
              CLASSES BEGIN           FEBRUARY 6, 2012




                                            L ATE START CL ASSES
                                            APRIL 10, 2012
                              Spring 2012 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
It is the student’s responsibility to adhere to the deadline dates listed below and to drop a class no longer being
attended. Your failure to drop a class by the deadline date will result in a “W” or an “F” on your academic record.
Failure to drop by deadlines means that fees will be owed. Admissions and registration hours:, February 6-9, 13-16
Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Friday closed.. Regular admissions office hours: Monday – Thursday 9:30
a.m. – 1:30 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.. Friday closed. All calendar dates are subject to change.
   SPRING 2012 Semester Classes Begin February 6 and End june 4, 2012
Applications accepted                                                  November 1, 2011 - February 5,, 2012
         Note: Application period extended to first day of classes for late start classes
Internet registration for EOPS/DSPS/Veterans continuing students November 14 , 2011 - February 5, 2012
Internet registration for continuing students                          November 17, 2011 - February 5, 2012
Internet registration for new and returning students                   December 12, 2011 - February 5, 2012
Students may drop classes using internet                               November 14, 2011 - May 6, 2012
 (If you are adding a class after February 5, please get an add permit from the instructor)
Holiday: Winter Recess (campus closed)                                 December 23, 26, 29, 30, 2011
Holiday (campus closed)                                                January 2, 2012
Holiday: Martin Luther King (campus closed)                            January 16, 2012
Residency Determination Date                                           February 5, 2012
DAY AND EVENING FULL-TERM CLASSES begin                                February 6, 2012
PACE CLASSES – FIRST SESSION begin                                     February 7, 2012
SATURDAY REGISTRATION                                                  February 11 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Add permits signed by instructor needed to enroll in classes           February 6 - 16, 2012
Program Changes and Late Registration                                  February 6 - 16, 2012
Note: Short-term classes have different add/drop dates.
       Consult the Admissions and Records office for correct dates
Holiday: Presidents’ Birthday (campus closed)                          February 17-20, 2012
Spring 2012 Graduation Petition Applications                           January 3 – March 1, 2012
LAST DAY TO:
   Add a full-term class                                               February 16, 2012
   Drop full-term classes to receive refund or without paying fee      February 21, 2012
         (Refund must be picked up from cashier by March 8, 2012)
   Drop short-term classes or PACE classes to receive refund or without paying a fee: The first week of class
   Drop regular full-term classes without receiving a “W”(still owe fees):        March 1,2012 (in person)
                                                                                  March 4, 2012(online)
   Elect Credit/No Credit – full-term classes                          March 1, 2012
   Elect Credit/No Credit – short-term classes or PACE classes         The second week of class
   Petition for Graduation                                             March 1, 2012
   Drop full-term classes with a “W”                                   May 3, 2012 (in person)
                                                                       May 6, 2012 (online)
Note: Short-term classes have different drop dates, consult Admissions and Records office for correct dates
Holiday: Cesar Chavez Day (campus closed)                              March 30, 2012
Holiday: Spring Recess (no classes)                                    April 2 - 9, 2012
PACE CLASSES – SECOND SESSION begin                                    April 10, 2012
Holiday: Memorial Day (campus closed)                                  May 28, 2012
Final Examinations                                                     May 29, 2012 - June 4, 2012
Last day of Spring Semester classes                                    June 4, 2012
Graduation Commencement Day                                            June 7, 2012
                              SCHEDULE CONTENTS
            WEB SCHEDULE: Changes to the printed schedule are shown in red. Last update 2/7/12
                                                                    SPRING 2012
                                          See Additional Class Offerings on Page 125 of the Web Schedule

ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
Admission and Registration . . . . . . . . . . . 5                  SPRING 2012 COURSE OFFERINGS
Application for Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . 59                Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15          Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Approval Form for K-12 Students . . . . . . 63                      Administration of Justice . . . . . . . . .16                 Geology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51, 58        Anatomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17         Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Major Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8         Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17            History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Registration Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 12           Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19          Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
                                                                    Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20   International Business . . . . . . . . . . .52
ACADEMIC OFFERINGS                                                  Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24           Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Continuing Education Classes . . . . . . . . . 96                   Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26       Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Extension Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96, 122               Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27        Learning Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . .53
                                                                    Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28         Learning Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Spring Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
                                                                    Child Development . . . . . . . . . . . . .28                 Library Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Hybrid Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
                                                                    Cinema . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29        Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Late Start Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
                                                                    Computer Applications                                         Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Online Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
                                                                        Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . .30                 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Outreach Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94           Computer Information Systems . . .33                          Microbiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
PACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25   Computer Science                                              Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Saturday Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92              Information Technology . . . . . . .34                    Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
                                                                    Computer Technology . . . . . . . . . . .34                   Oceanography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
                                                                    Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35            Personal Development . . . . . . . . . .77
COLLEGE POLICIES AND SERVICES                                       Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35         Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Associated Students Organization . . . . 102                        Developmental Communications . .37                            Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124            Digital Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37       Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Community Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95                 Drafting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37      Physical Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Compliance Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98              Economics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39          Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Computer Login Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97                Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39         Physiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
CSU G.E. Certification Requirements . . . 67                         Emergency Department Assistant .40                            Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
Faculty Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14          Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . .40                  Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Fee and Refund Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12               Engineering General . . . . . . . . . . . .40                 Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125               Engineering General, Technology . .41                         Service Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
General College Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99               English. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41      Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
IGETC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68   English as a Second Language . . . . .44                      Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
Información en Español. . . . . . . . . . . . . 107                 Environmental Design . . . . . . . . . . .45                  Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Instructional and Student Services . . . . 102                      Environmental Science . . . . . . . . . .46                   Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Instructional Television (ITV) . . . . . . . . . . 27               Family and Consumer Studies. . . . .46                        Supervised Learning Assistance . . .85
                                                                    Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46    Supervision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Parking Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
                                                                    Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46       Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Skills Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
                                                                    Fire Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46             Theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
                                                                    French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46




www.lahc.edu                                                                                                                                    Table of Contents                    1
LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE                                                           Where Students Come First...

                                 A Message from Mr. Marvin Martinez, President
                                               Over 60 Years of Educational Opportunity to Our Community
                                 Welcome to Los Angeles Harbor College, the college of choice for Harbor area residents
                                 for over 60 years. Harbor College is known for our superb teaching and personalized
                                 attention that we offer students. As you read through this schedule, you will see that
                                 Harbor College offers a broad range of programs geared toward helping students prepare
                                 themselves for life in the 21st Century, including the demands of the rapidly changing
                                 workplace, transfer to four-year universities and life as an active member of the community.
                                 This is truly an exciting time for Harbor College as we continue the final phase of imple-
                                 mentation of Propositions A and AA and Measure J. Six new buildings have opened in
                                 the last two years including our Student Services Administration, Northeast Academic
                                 Hall, Technology, Child Development Center (day care), PE/Wellness Center and our
                                 West Parking Structure.
We are looking forward to opening our new Learning Resource Center and Science Complex thanks to the State of Cali-
fornia and the voters who approved Proposition A/AA funding. We invite you to visit our new state-of-the-art buildings
that make a fine addition to the campus and the surrounding communities.
Harbor College has also been selected as one of the “Achieving the Dream” colleges (www.achievingthedream.org) that
will focus on rigorous student success and completion of work. Certainly Martin Luther King Jr. and Cesar Chavez,
who are featured on our cover, helped our students in achieving their dreams.
It is exciting to watch the changes taking place, and to know that we are on our way to bringing you an improved Harbor
College, in which you can work to achieve your academic and life goals.
Again, welcome to Harbor College. We look forward to serving you. Remember, Education Changes Everything.

Un mensaje del señor Marvin Martinez, Presidente

Más de 60 Años de Oportunidades Educativas Para Nuestra Comunidad

Bienvenido a Los Angeles Harbor College, el colegio preferido de los residentes del área de Harbor desde hace más de 60 años.
Harbor es conocido por nuestra enseñanza superior y la atención personalizada que les ofrecemos a los estudiantes. Al leer
este programa, usted verá que Harbor College ofrece una amplia gama de programas orientados a ayudar a los estudiantes a
prepararse para la vida en el siglo 21, incluyendo las exigencias del lugar de trabajo en rápida evolución, la transferencia a
universidades de cuatro años y la vida como un miembro activo de la comunidad.

Este momento es uno verdaderamente emocionante para Harbor College, ya que continuamos con la última fase en la imple-
mentación de las Preposiciones A y AA y la Medida J. Se han abierto seis edificios nuevos en los últimos dos años, incluy-
endo nuestros edificios de Servicios Estudiantiles y Administración (Student Services Administration), el Edificio Nordeste
Académico, (Northeast Academic Hall), Tecnología, (Technology) el del Centro de Desarrollo Infantil y Guardería Infantil
(Child Development Center (day care), el de Educación Física. (PE/Wellness Center) y más recientemente, la Estructura de
Estacionamiento al Oeste del campus (West Parking Structure).

Esperamos con interés la apertura de nuestro nuevo Centro de Recursos para el Aprendizaje (Learning Resource Center) y
nuestro nuevo Edificio de Ciencias (Science Complex), gracias al estado de California y a los votantes que aprobaron la finan-
ciación de las Proposiciones A/AA. Le invitamos a visitar nuestros nuevos edificios con tecnología avanzada que hacen una
buena adición al campus y a las comunidades circundantes.

Harbor College también ha sido seleccionado como uno de los colegios “Realizando el Sueño” (“Achieving the Dream”)
(www.achievingthedream.org) que se centrará en el éxito riguroso del estudiante y la terminación del trabajo. Ciertamente,
Martin Luther King Jr. y César Chávez, que se presentan en nuestra portada, ayudó a nuestros estudiantes a alcanzar sus sueños.

Es emocionante ver los cambios que tienen lugar y saber que estamos en camino para ofrecerle un Harbor College mejor en
el que usted puede trabajar para alcanzar sus metas académicas y de la vida.

Una vez más, bienvenido a Harbor College. Esperamos poder servirle. Recuerde que la educación lo cambia todo.

 2      President's Message                                                                 LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
Los ANGELES CCOMMUNITY COLLEGE
  DISTRICT                                                              Los Angeles Harbor College
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
  Miguel Santiago, President                                                Important Campus
  Tina Park, First Vice President
  Nancy Pearlman, Second Vice President                                      Phone Numbers
  Kelly Candaele
  Mona Field                                                                    General Information (310) 233-4230
  Scott J. Svorkin
  Steve Veres                                                               For Departments, Dial (310) 233 + extension
  Amber I. Barrero, Student Trustee

DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION                                               Department                                  Extension          Location
  Dr. Daniel J. LaVista, Chancellor                                   Admissions & Records .................4090 ....... SSA Lobby
  Dr. Adriana D. Barrera, Deputy Chancellor                           Art Gallery ...................................4411 .............FA 100
  Dr. Yasmin Delahoussaye, Interim Vice Chancellor for
       Educational Programs & Institutional Effectiveness
                                                                      Assessment Center Office............4072 ............ SSA 118
  Felicito Cajayon, Vice Chancellor for Economic and                  Associated Students Org. ............4594 .......... SHC 201
       Workforce Development                                          Athletics.......................................4140 ..........Athletics
  Thomas Hall, Interim Executive Director, Facilities                 Bookstore ....................................4170 .......... SHC 105
       Planning and Development                                       CalWorks .....................................4403 ..............OV 1B
  Camille A. Goulet, General Counsel                                  Career Guidance Center ..............4210 ...........SSA 105
  Jeanette Gordon, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer                    Cashier’s Office ............................4212 ......SHC, 1st Fl.
                                                                      Child Development Center ..........4200 .................CDC
COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION                                                Community Services.......................4450 ................ B 16
  Marvin Martinez, President                                          Compliance Officer ......................4651 .......... SHC 201
  Luis M. Rosas, Vice President of Academic Affairs                    Counseling ...................................4299 ....... SSA Lobby
  Dr. Ann Tomlinson, Vice President of Administrative                 EOP&S/CARE ...............................4265 ...........SSA 207
       Services                                                       Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
  Abbie L. Patterson, Vice President of Student Services              Extension Program ......................4450 ................. B16
  Nestor Tan, Associate Vice President of Administrative              Financial Aid ................................4320 ...........SSA 114
       Services                                                       Foundation Office ........................4336 ...........SSA 237
  Dr. Kristi Blackburn, Dean of Research & Planning                   Health Services (Nurse) ...............4520 ..........Cafe 110
  Dr. David M. Humphreys, Dean of Academic Affairs,                    Honors Program ..........................4038 ...........SSA 130
       Curriculum                                                     Instructional Programs ................4020 ...........SSA 218
  Leige C. Doffoney, Dean of Academic Affairs                           International Students . ...............4111 ...........SSA 131
  Sandra Sanchez, Dean of Economic Development                        Job Placement & Training Ctr. ......4127 ...........SSA 207
  David Ching, Dean of Admissions and Records & Evening               Learning Assistance Center .........4149 ................. LAC
       Operations                                                     Library .........................................4480 ..................LRC
  Nina Malone, Dean of Student Life                                   Lost & Found ...............................4618 ............. Sheriff
  Mercy Yanez, Associate Dean of EOP&S/CARE                           Matriculation ...............................4043 .........SSA 103E
                                                                      Nursing Program..........................4360 ........NU Lobby
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS                                                       PACE Program ..............................4522 ..........NEA 167
 This Schedule is produced by the Office of Academic Affairs:            Program for Accelerated College Education
  Luis M. Rosas, Vice President of Academic Affairs                    Sheriff ’s Office .............................4600 ...........PE Bldg.
  Dr. David M. Humphreys, Dean of Academic Affairs                     Special Programs and Services ...4629 ..........Cafe 108
  Leige C. Doffoney, Dean of Academic Affairs                           Student Services ..........................4030 ...........SSA 203
  Lori Minor, Academic Scheduling Specialist                          Transfer Services Center ..............4282 ...........SSA 105
                                                                      Tutoring Office .............................4149 ...........LRC 114
  Spanish Translation: William Hernández, Faculty                     Veteran Affairs Office...................4232 ...........SSA 114
  Cover Design: Michael Song, Department Chair, Architecture          Welcome Center ..........................4327 ...........SSA 133
       and LAHC Architecture students Ashley Wright, Adrian           Instructional Labs
       Garcia and Nick Rados                                                Biology ................................4553 ............SCI 105
  Classroom, Campus and Student Photos: Ray Vandinther                      Health Sciences ..................4360 ........... NU 148
  Faculty and Staff Photos: Lori Minor                                       Math ...................................4498 ........ LAC 105B
                                                                            Music ..................................4429 ...........MU 150
         Los Angeles Harbor College, a California public,                   Nursing ...............................4360 ........... NU 148
   tax-supported community college is officially accredited by                Reading ...............................4149 ...........LAC 111
        the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.                    Writing ................................4148 ........ LAC 104A
                                  This publication is available in alternate format upon request.
www.lahc.edu                                                                                             College Information              3
MISSION, VISION & VALUE STATEMENTS
MISSION
   Los Angeles Harbor College fosters learning through comprehensive programs that meet the educational needs
of the community as measured by student success, personal and institutional accountability, and integrity.

VISION
  Harbor College provides a stimulating learning environment that prepares members within the community to
meet goals and opportunities uccessfully.

VALUES
   Student Success, Excellence, Integrity, A Supportive Environment, Personal and Institutional Accountability, and
Civic Responsibility



INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
Los Angeles Harbor College offers courses leading toward the following objectives: Transfer to a four-year university,
Associate in Arts Degree (AA) and Associate in Science Degree (AS), Certificates of Achievement, and Skill Certificates.
Transfer                                                                     Associate Degree (AA) and (AS)
   Four-year universities require students to complete certain                  Accounting Technology; Administration of Justice; Administrative
requirements for the bachelor’s degree; among these are general              Assistant; Architectural Technology; Business; Chemistry; Child
education and major requirements. Los Angeles Harbor College                 Development; CIS - Business Applications; CIS - Business Systems; CIS -
offers transferable courses which are equivalent to the lower division        Information Mgmt.; CIS - User Interface; Computer Technology; Drafting;
(i.e. Freshman and Sophomore) requirements at most colleges and              Drafting - Production Design; Electro-Mechanical Eng. Technologist;
universities in the U.S. The following is a partial list of colleges and     Electronic Engineering Technician; Engineering; Fire Technology; Legal
universities in California:                                                  Office Assistant; Liberal Arts; Management & Supervision; Managerial
   University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); UC Berkeley; UC Davis;      Accounting; Mathematics for Computer Science; Mechanical/MFG Eng.
UC Irvine; UC Riverside; UC San Diego; UC Santa Barbara; UC Santa Cruz;      Tech.; Medical Office Assistant; Microcomputer Applications; Nursing
UC San Francisco; University of Southern California (USC); California        - Prof. R.N., Prof. L.V.N - R.N.; Nursing; Office Administration; Office
State University, Northridge; CSU Los Angeles; CSU Long Beach; CSU           Technology; Physics; Real Estate.
Dominguez Hills; California State Polytechnic University, Pomona;
California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo; Stanford
University, and Pepperdine University.
                                                                             Certificate of Achievement
                                                                                The Certificate of Achievement is awarded upon completion of a
   With counseling and careful planning a student can, in most instances,
                                                                             sequence of courses leading to a specific area of employment. It is
transfer as a junior with his/her lower division major requirements
                                                                             designed for those students who have limited time to pursue their
and appropriate general education requirements complete. Students
                                                                             formal education and who wish to specialize in a particular employment.
who were ineligible to enter the California State University (CSU) or
                                                                                Accounting Clerk; Administration of Justice; Architectural Technology;
the University of California (UC) from high school can become eligible
                                                                             Business Administration - Career; Child Development; Computer
for transfer upon completion of 60 transferable units to the CSU or 60
                                                                             Technology; Drafting; Electrol-Mechanical Eng.; Electronic Technician;
transferable units to UC (provided the appropriate grade and course
                                                                             Fire Technology; Instrumental Performances; Legal Office Assistant;
requirements have been met).
                                                                             Medical Office Assistant; Microcomputer; Music; Office Administration;
   Below is a partial list of the majors in which students can transfer:
                                                                             Office Technology; Process Plant Tech.; Real Estate; Small Business
Accounting; Administration of Justice; Anatomy; Anthropology; Art;
                                                                             Mgmt.; Songwriting; Vocal Performance.
Engineering; Astronomy; Biology; Botany; Business; Chemistry; Child
Development; Cinema; Communication Studies; Dental Hygiene;
Dentistry; Economics; Liberal Studies; English; Ethnic Studies;              Skills Certificates (See page 7)
Sciences; Foreign Language; Geography; Geology; Health Education;              Los Angeles Harbor College offers a number of skills
History; Human Services; Humanities; Journalism; Law; Library/               certificates for students who wish to pursue a career or trade.
Media; Linguistics; Mathematics; Medicine; Meteorology, Music;               Students will be most sucessful in these programs if they
Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Oceanography; Optometry; Pharmacy;            have at least a 10 th grade reading level and keyboarding skills.
Philosophy; Physical Education; Physical Science; Physical Therapy;
Physics; Physiology; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration;
Recreation Studies; Social Welfare; Sociology; Speech Communications;
Statistics; Television Broadcasting; Theater Arts; Urban Studies;
Veterinary Medicine; Zoology.

 4         College Information                                                                               LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION
Who May Apply                                                                  effort with the Admissions Office. This restriction does not apply to
   Anyone 18 years old or older qualifies for admission to Harbor College.      noncredit basic skills courses. Students, who have exceeded the 30 unit
If you are under the age of 18, you will qualify for admission if you          limit, should be encouraged to enroll in noncredit basic skills courses.
satisfy one of the following conditions: (1) Graduated from high school,
(2) Passed the California High School Certificate of Proficiency Test, or        Fees
(3) You are currently enrolled in a K-12 school and obtain permission             The enrollment fee for California residents is $36.00 per unit per
from that school to enroll. Students should obtain signatures on the           semester, subject to change by the California Legislature. Non-California
enrollment approval forms from their school prior to submitting an             residents pay $190 per unit, plus the standard enrollment fee. Non-
application to the college.                                                    USA residents pay $207 per unit, plus the standard enrollment fee.
                                                                               Non-resident tuition is due upon registration. International Students
California Residency                                                           are also required to participate in the medical insurance plan for
   To attend Harbor College as a qualified California resident, you must        F-1 Visa students. Additional optional fees include a parking fee of
have established legal residence in the state for one full year immediately    $20.00; members of the Associated Students Organization pay $17.00
preceding February 5, 2012. The residence of an unmarried student              for parking which is a $3.00 discount for membership. Membership
under of the age of 18 is determined by the legal residence of parents.        in the ASO is $10.00; the mandatory Health Services Fee is $11.00
A married minor determines residency from the date of marriage and             and the mandatory Student Representation fee is $1.00. Financial aid
must comply with the one year requirement. A continuing non-resident           or an enrollment fee waiver may be available to students who meet
student who wishes to change his or her status to resident must file a          the qualification requirements. Waivers are not available to F-1 Visa
petition with the Admissions Office.                                             students. Contact the Financial Aid Office at Harbor College. The fee
                                                                               to audit a class is $15 per unit.

Counselors                                                                     Health Fee Exemption
   The counseling staff helps students define their objectives and plan               The Los Angeles Community College District policy exempts the
how to reach them. If your goal is to earn a degree or certificate, you         following students from paying the student health fee: (a) students
should see a counselor prior to enrollment. The counselor will help            who depend exclusively on prayer for healing in accordance with the
you develop an Education Plan and guide you to the courses needed to           teaching of a bona fide religious sect, (b) students who are attending
attain your goal. You will also need a counselor’s written approval if you     classes under an approved apprenticeship training program, (c)
plan to enroll in more than 18 units, or wish to use courses from other        noncredit education students, (d) students enrolled in District colleges
colleges to meet prerequisites. Counselors are available year-round.           exclusively at sites where student health services are not provided,
                                                                               (e) students who are enrolled in District colleges exclusively through
Adding a Class                                                                 Instructional Television or distance education classes, (f) students who
   Students may add classes which still have available space by using          are enrolled in District colleges exclusively through contract education,
the internet registration system until February 5, 2012. After February        (g) students admitted as Special Part-time students (K-12) or Special
5, 2012 students may add classes which still have available space              Summer School Students under the provisions of Board Rule 81001.02.
by obtaining an add card from the instructor and turning it in to the          Students exempted under the provisions of (b), (c), (f) or (g) above
Admissions Office. The last day to add classes is February 16, 2012 for          are eligible to receive the services of the college health program; all
semester length classes.                                                       other exempted students are not eligible to receive the services of the
                                                                               college health program. Except in cases where it is allowable under
                                                                               the law, health services will not be provided to minors under the age
Withdrawing From a Class                                                       of eighteen (18), unless the student has a consent form signed by his
(See New Regulation on Page 101)                                               or her parent or guardian.
   It is the student’s responsibility to drop online or submit an official
withdrawal (drop card) from class to the Admissions Office. Failure to           Registration Office Hours During Registration
complete this process will result in a “W” or “F” grade recorded on the
student’s academic record. Failure to drop by deadlines means that fees
                                                                               Period
                                                                               Admissions: Student Services/Administration Lobby
will be owed. Instructors may exclude a student, but this is not an official
                                                                               M-Th 9:00a.m.- 7:00p.m. Closed on Friday
withdrawal or “drop” and all fees are still owed. In order to receive a
                                                                               (2/6 - 2/9, 2/13 - 2/16 only)
refund, the classes must have been dropped by February 21, 2012.
                                                                               Cashier’s Office: Seahawk Center 101 (next to the Bookstore)
Basic Skills Enrollment Limitation                                             M-Th 9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m Closed on Friday
  Title 5, section 55035, prohibits students, who have completed 30
                                                                               Extended hours during registration period
units of “remedial” (basic skills) course work, from enrolling in any
additional credit basic skills courses. Starting with the Winter 2010
registration cycle, this requirement will be reinforced. If a student, who
                                                                               On Campus Registration
                                                                                 If you are a new student, you must follow the steps on How To Enroll
has exceeded the 30 unit limit, enrolls in a credit or noncredit ESL course,
                                                                               At Harbor College on page 6. If you are a continuing student who did
the student will be permitted to enroll in additional basic skills courses.
                                                                               not register by internet, follow steps 4, 5 and 6 on page 6.
Also, Title 5 exempts students with learning disabilities. The DSPS Office
can authorize a system override for these students. The actual override
functionality is in A&R so the DSPS Office will have to coordinate this



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HOW TO ENROLL AT HARBOR COLLEGE
Step 1: APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION & FINANCIAL AID                             Step 4: COUNSELING
APPLY ONLINE: Log on to www.lahc.edu to submit an online application.         To ensure your success, visit an academic counselor to discuss your
Please make sure you submit a valid email address. You will receive a         educational goals. Get on the path to success with an educational plan.
confirmation email once your online application has been submitted.            Ensure that you use your time, money, and energy wisely by choosing
You will receive your student ID number and registration appointment          the correct courses to meet your goals. You can make an appointment to
by email in five to ten business days. If you do not receive the emails        see a counselor online at http://www.lahc.edu/sars/counseling/eSARS.
in your email inbox, please check your spam/junk mail folder. NOTE:           asp. by phone at (310) 233-4299, or in person at the Information Desk
F-l Visa Students are not permitted to enroll online. Students need to        in the Student Services & Administration Building. Make sure to bring
contact the International Student Office to enroll.                             your orientation packet and the assessment test results with you to your
   The Financial Aid Office can help you to access resources available for      counseling appointment so the counselor can help you develop an
paying your tuition or the other costs associated with attending college.     educational plan based on your specific needs.
It is critical that you submit all Financial Aid applications as soon as
possible. For more information, visit the Financial Aid Office website at       Step 5: REGISTRATION
http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/finaid/index.html.                         The most updated schedule of classes is available on the Harbor College
                                                                              website at www.lahc.edu. You are responsible for using the Student
Step 2: ASSESSMENT TESTING AND PREREQUISITE CHECKS:                           Information System to register yourself into classes based on your
The assessment test is required for all students who wish to enroll in        educational plan and course availability in the schedule of classes. You
English and/or math classes and who are pursuing an Associate Degree          must have the section numbers from the schedule of classes to be able
or plan to transfer to a four-year university. Students may schedule          to register. Section numbers are course, time, and day specific.
an appointment to take the assessment test at http://www.lahc.edu/
studentservices/matriculation/assessment.htmlor by calling (310) 233-         TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES:
4072. Walk in testing is also available. For more details please see the      1. Go to www.lahc.edu
Assessment Center website http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/                2. Click on “Register for Classes” icon at the upper right hand corner
matriculation/assessment.html Prerequisites completed at another                 of the webpage.
college must be cleared by the Counseling Office. An official or unofficial         3. Follow the instructions on the webpage to log onto the Student
transcript is required for this purpose. Some science classes have               Information System to register for your classes.
prerequisites that need approval as well. Please see the class schedule       4. Make sure to use the “View Schedule” link to view and print your
for a listing of prerequisites.                                                  class schedule.

Step 3: ORIENTATION                                                           Step 6: PAY FEES
After you complete the Assessment Test, you will take the student                Fees can be paid online with a credit or debit card through the Student
orientation and a quiz. The orientation will provide you with an overview     Information System at https://eweb4.laccd.edu/WebStudent/signon.asp
of available student support services, and academic and vocational            Checks and money orders are accepted by mail to the Cashier’s Office,
programs. To save yourself some time, you may also take the online            Los Angeles Harbor College, 1111 Figueroa Place, Wilmington, CA
orientation at http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/matriculation/             90744 or in person at the Cashier’s Office located in the Seahawk Center.
welcome.html before you take the Assessment Test. You must remember           If you were awarded a fee waiver or other financial aid, make sure
to complete the quiz at the end of the orientation, print the quiz results,   to verify your fees are paid by logging on to the Student Information
and bring them to the Assessment Center. You must complete the                System. Click on “View & Pay Fees.” Parking permits can be purchased
student orientation to get your Assessment Test results.                      online or in person at the Cashier’s Office.

                                                                              Step 7: STUDENT ID CARD
                                                                                Make sure bring your class schedule to the Seahawk Center, second
                                                                              floor, Office of Student Activities to get a student picture ID card. This
                                                                              card is necessary for access to all student services.




MATRICULATION SERVICES / ASSESSMENT CENTER
The Assessment Center is located in the Student Services & Administration Building, SSA, Room 118, (310) 233-4072 New matriculating students,
who are pursuing an Associate’s Degree or plan to transfer to a four year university, and have not taken an English or math class before are required
to take the “ACT-COMPASS” assessment test. If students choose to start at the beginning levels of math (LS 10 or math 112) or English (DC35)
and receive a letter grade (or CR/NCR), they have to continue the sequence and are not allowed to test afterwards. Students may schedule an
appointment online at http://www.lahc.edu/sars/assessment/eSARS.asp, in person at the Assessment Center Office (SSA 118), at the computers
available in the lobby of the SSA Building, or by phone at (310) 233-4072.


 6         College Information                                                                                LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
SKILLS CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT HARBOR COLLEGE
Los Angeles Harbor College offers a number of skills certificates for students who wish to pursue a career or trade.
Students will be most sucessful in these programs if they have at least a 10th grade reading level and keyboarding skills.

Arts                                               Units       Health Sciences                                    Units
Architecture & Technology                            17        Certified Nurse Assistant                               5
Culinary Arts                                        12        C.N.A./Home Health Aid                                 7
Graphic Design                                       16        Emergency Department Assistant                         4
Media Arts - Digital Design                          15        Hazardous Materials                                    3
Multimedia Technolgy                                 17
Theatre & Technology                                 16        Music                                              Units
                                                               Music Technology                                     16
Business                                          Units
Accounting                                           16        The following certificates are offered in four levels:
Basic Business                                       17                                                     Units
Finance                                              17        Elementary                                      16
Legal Studies                                        15        Intermediate                                     8
Management and Supervision                           12        Advanced                                      8-10
Marketing                                            15        Professional                                     8
Real Estate                                          15
Retail Management                                    15        Arranging
  Advanced Retail Management                      15-17        Electronic Music
Taxation                                             16        Instrumental Performance
                                                               Music Copying and Notation
CIS                                                Units       Private Teaching
Business Programming                                 15        Recording Arts
Business Software Applications                       16        Songwriting
Network Management                                   15        Vocal Performance
Office Communications                                  16
Web Development                                      15        Physical Education                                 Units
                                                               Fitness Training Skills Certificate                   17
CAOT                                               Units
Administrative Assistant                             15        Technology                                         Units
Keyboarding                                          16        Basic Drafting                                       15
Legal Office Assistant                                 17        Computer Repair Technician                           17
Medical Office Assistant                               16        Projects Laboratory: Fiber Optics                      1
Office Automation                                      15
Office Communication                                   17
Records and Filing                                   15




            For more information, please refer to the General Catalog, Division or Counseling.

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MAJOR CODE LIST
Accounting,                                                                                            Process Plant Technology,
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................050200                  Associate in Science Degree ...................................................094500
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................050201                  Certificate of Achievement .....................................................095601
      Skills Certificate in Accounting................................................050201            Electronic Engineering Technology,
      Skills Certificate in Taxation ....................................................050202               Associate in Science Degree ...................................................093400
Administration of Justice,                                                                                   Certificate of Achievement .....................................................093401
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................210500            Engineering Technology,
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................210500                  Associate in Science Degree
Architectural Technology,                                                                                    Electronics Option ..................................................................093410
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................020100                  Mechanical/MFG. Option .......................................................092400
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................020100            Engineering, General,
      Skills Certificates in Architectural Technology ........................020101                          Associate in Science Degree ..................................................090100
Art,                                                                                                   Fire Technology,
      Associate in Arts Degree .........................................................100200               Associate in Science Degree ...................................................213300
      Skills Certificate in Arts - Digital Design ..................................103021                    Certificate of Achievement .....................................................213300
Business,                                                                                              History, Associate in Arts Degree.....................................................220500
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................050100            Liberal Arts and Sciences, Associate in Arts Degree ........................490100
      Associate in Arts in Business Administration ..........................050100                          with Emphasis
      Certificate of Achievement in Bus. Administration.................050101                                Mathematics & Natural Sciences (transfer) ............................490201
      Skills Certificate in Business ....................................................050101               Mathematics & Natural Sciences (non-transfer) ....................490203
      Skills Certificate in Finance .....................................................050401               Social & Behavioral Sciences (transfer) ..................................490107
      Skills Certificate in Legal Studies.............................................051410                  Social & Behavioral Sciences (non-transfer) ...........................490103
      Skills Certificate in Logistics .........................................................N/A            Arts & Humanities (transfer) ..................................................490313
      Skills Certificate in Management and Supervision .................050630                                Arts & Humanities (non-transfer) ...........................................490311
      Skills Certificate in Marketing .................................................050950                 Health & Fitness (transfer) .....................................................490105
      Skills Certificate in Retail Management ..................................050905                        Health & Fitness (non-transfer) ..............................................490101
      Skills Certificate in Advanced Retail Management .................050651                          Liberal Studies, Associate in Arts Degree ........................................490120
Chemistry, Associate in Science Degree ..........................................190500                Mathematics, Associate in Science Degree .....................................170100
Child Development,                                                                                     Music,
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................130500               Certificates of Achievement in Commercial Music
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................130510                  Arranging ................................................................................100506
Computer Applications and Office Technologies,                                                                 Electronic Music .....................................................................100507
      Associate in Science Degree                                                                            Instrumental Performance .....................................................100503
      Administrative Assistant Option .............................................051400                    Music Copying and Notation ..................................................100505
      Legal Office Assistant Option ..................................................051410                   Private Music Teaching ...........................................................100508
      Medical Office Assistant Option .............................................051420                      Recording Arts ........................................................................100505
      Office Automation Option ......................................................051401                    Songwriting.............................................................................100501
      Office Communication Option ................................................051402                       Vocal Performance .................................................................100504
      Certificate of Achievement in Legal Office Assistant ..............051410                              Skills Certificates in Music (Commercial Music) ..........................100400
      Certificate of Achievement in Medical Office Asst .................051420                                 Arranging ................................................................................100506
      Certificate of Achievement in Office Administration ..............051400                                  Electronic Music .....................................................................100507
      Certificate of Achievement in Office Automation...................051402                                  Instrumental Performance .....................................................100503
      Skills Certificate in Administrative Assistant ...........................051401                        Music Copying and Notation ..................................................100505
      Skills Certificate in Clerical Records & Filing ...........................051404                       Private Music Teaching ...........................................................100508
      Skills Certificate in Communication ........................................051403                      Recording Arts ........................................................................100505
      Skills Certificate in Keyboarding .............................................051405                   Songwriting.............................................................................100501
      Skills Certificate in Legal Office Assistant ................................051411                       Vocal Performance .................................................................100504
      Skills Certificate in Medical Office Assistant ...........................051420                          Music Technology ...................................................................100509
      Skills Certificate in Office Automation ....................................051402                  Nursing,
Computer Information Systems,                                                                                Associate of Science Degree, Professional (R.N.) ...................123010
      Certificate of Achievement ....................................................070103                   Skills Certificate in Nursing Care .............................................123010
      Skills Certificate in Programming ............................................070401                    Certified Nurse Assistant ........................................................123010
      Skills Certificate in Business Software Applications ................070402                             Certified Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide .........................123010
      Skills Certificate in Web Development....................................070403                         Skills Certificate in Emergency Care........................................123010
      Skills Certificate in Network Management .............................079900                            Emergency Department Assistant ..........................................125000
Computer Science and Engineering,                                                                      Physical Education,
      Associate in Science Degree ..................................................070400                   Associate in Arts Degree .........................................................083500
Computer Technology,                                                                                         Associate in Arts Degree, Fitness Training ..............................080000
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................093411                  Skills Certificate, Fitness Training............................................080000
      Certificate of Achievement ....................................................093410             Physics, Associate in Science Degree ...............................................190200
      Skills Certificates in Network Administration .........................093410                     Psychology,
      Skills Certificate in Computer Network Technology................093410                                 Associate in Arts Degree .........................................................200100
      Skills Certificate in Computer Repair Technology ...................093410                              Associate in Arts Degree, Human Services .............................209900
      Skills Certificate in Fiber Optics ..............................................093400                 Certificate of Achievement, Human Services .........................209900
Culinary Arts,                                                                                         Real Estate,
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................130630                  Associate in Science Degree ...................................................051100
      Skills Certificate ......................................................................130600         Certificate of Achievement .....................................................051100
Drafting Production, Design                                                                                  Skills Certificate in Property Management .............................051102
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................095300                  Skills Certificate in Real Estate ................................................051102
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................092501            Speech, Associate in Arts Degree ....................................................150600
Electromechanical Engineering Technologist                                                             Television and Film, Associate in Arts Degree .................................060300
      Associate in Science Degree ...................................................093500
      Certificate of Achievement .....................................................095500            Undecided .......................................................................................000300



   8           College Information                                                                                                                   LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
PREREQUISITE APPROVAL
The registration system will block you from enrolling in a class if the required prerequisite course(s) are
not in the computer database. If you have completed a prerequisite course you need to see a Harbor
College counselor to update your academic record database. For example, if you took an English 28
equivalent course at Any Town College, you will need to bring an official/unofficial transcript or report
card to a Harbor College counselor showing a grade of “C” or better in that class, so that you can enroll
in our English 101. Please refer to the course descriptions in the current schedule of classes and the
college catalog.

PREREQUISITE SWEEP PROCESS
Please note that it is the student’s responsibility to make sure he/she meets the prerequisite for a class.
If a student illegally enrolls in a class without meeting the prerequisite, he/she will be administratively
dropped within the last two weeks of the last day to add a class.

COURSE PREREQUISITE POLICY
Prerequisite means the preparation or previous course work considered necessary for success in the
course. The college REQUIRES students to complete prerequisites as pre-enrollment preparation (See
Prerequisite Challenge Procedures for conditions under which a prerequisite may not be required.)
Prerequisites which are listed in the College Catalog include:
  1. Courses for which specific prerequisites have been validated,
  2. Sequential course work in a degree-applicable program, and/or
  3. Sequential course work in certificate programs and,
  4. Courses in which a prerequisite is necessary for transfer to a four-year college or university.
Questions about prerequisites are best directed to a counselor prior to the first day of class.

PREREQUISITE CHALLENGE PROCEDURES
A prerequisite challenge requires written documentation which explains alternative course work,
background or abilities which have adequately prepared the student for the course. A Requisite Challenge
Petition form, which is used to file a prerequisite challenge, can be obtained from the office of the Vice
President of Student Services in SSA 203, Mathematics Division Chair Office in NEA 293, and English
Division Chair Office in NEA 297. Reasons for seeking a prerequisite challenge may include one or more
of the following:
  1. A prerequisite is not reasonably available;
  2. The student has the documented knowledge or ability to succeed in the course without meeting
      the prerequisite.
  3. The student believes the prerequisite was established in violation of regulation or in violation of
      the District approved processes;
  4. The student believes the prerequisite is discriminatory or being applied in a discriminatory manner.
The prerequisite challenge must be completed two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester in which
the student plans to enroll. Upon filing the prerequisite challenge, the student may enroll into the desired
class if space is available. If this challenge is not upheld the student will be dropped from the class.

         Note: Students must have official transcripts on file in the Admissions & Records
                   Office for all prerequisites completed at other institutions.


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REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
Select your classes from the schedule and fill in the worksheet below with first and alternate choices.
  Section          Course                                   Alternate                 Course
  Number        Name & Number         Times   Days Units                                                             Times           Days Units
                                                            Number                 Name & Number




HOW TO READ SCHEDULE LISTINGS

                                                        Sec. #       Times              Days        Instructor                  Room

      Course Name, Number, Title &                                  A C C O U N T I N G
      number of units.
                                                     Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4188
      Course Description including any
                                                     ACCOUNTING 1                                                                      5 UNITS
      prerequisites.                                 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) CAN BUS 2
                                                     This course covers the process of recording business transactions and preparing financial
                                                     statements for sole proprietors and partnerships.
      Section number, class meeting
                                                      0891       11:10 - 1:40             TTh            D.E. Arant                   BU 102
      times, meeting days, Instructor &
                                                      Evening Class
      Room.                                           3031       4:00 - 6:30              MW             D.E. AVERY                   BU 102

      Evening Classes
      are denoted in Bold.
                                                      L I B R A R Y                                    S C I E N C E
      M=Monday, T=Tuesday,                           Division Chair: Jonathon Lee, (310) 233-4471
      W=Wednesday, Th=Thursday,
      F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday                 LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                                                1 UNIT
                                                     INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS (CSU)
                                                     This course will focus on how to find and evaluate information and resource materials on the
                                                     Internet using a variety of applications, e.g. World Wide Web, Listservs and e-mail.

      Special course information or                   1041           7:05 - 9:10          W              S.T. AFFLECK               LRC 140
                                                      &              1:00 - Hrs           TBA            S.T. AFFLECK               LRC 140
      meeting dates.                                  (Late Start Class - 9 Week Class - Starts 2/19/03, Ends 4/16/03)




 10      College Information                                                                         LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
HELPFUL CAMPUS RESOURCES AND WEBSITES

Academic Advisement
  Counseling                       SSA Lobby        233-4229          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/matriculation/
                                                                      counseling.html
  Honors Program                   SSA 130          233-4038          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/honors/index.html
  International Student Services   SSA 131          233-4111          www.lahc.edu/studyinlosangeles/index.html
  Special Programs & Services      Café 108         233-4629          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/sps/index.html
  Transfer Center                  SSA 105          233-4282          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/transfercenter/index.
                                                                      html
Bookstore & Supplies               SHC 105          233-4170          www.lahc.edu/bookstore.html
Career Guidance                    SSA 105          233-4282          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/transfercenter/career.
                                                                      html
Childcare                          CDC               233-4205
Student Clubs & Activities         SHC, 2nd Fl.      233-4652         www.lahc.edu/studentservices/aso/aso.html
Computer Access/WiFi               SSA Lobby, LRC, Labs               www.lahc.edu/library/wireless.html
Concerns & Complaints
   Compliance Officer                SHC 201          233-4651          Student Ombudsperson
Financial Assistance
   Scholarships/Grants             SSA 114          233-4320           www.lahc.edue/studentservices/finaid/html
   EOP&S                           SSA 207          233-4265           http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/eops/index.
                                                                       html
   CARE/CalWorks                   OV1B               233-4403         http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/
Food Service                       Cafeteria, Bookstore, and Vending Machines in designated areas on campus.
Identification Cards                Student Life      SHC, 2nd floor     www.lahc.edu/studentservices/idnumbers.htm
Lost & Found                       Sheriff             233-4618         www.lahc.edu/sheriff/index.htm
Nurse                              Café 110           233-4520         www.lahc.edu/studentservices/healthcenter/index.
                                                                       html
Payments                           Business Ofc.      233-4212         Located in Seahawk Center, 1st Fl.
Research Assignments               Library/LRC        233-4480         www.lahc.edu/library/
Stressed or overwhelmed?
   Life Skills Center              Café 108         233-4586          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/lifeskills.html
Student Government
   Associated Student Org.         SHC, 2nd Fl.     233-4594/4652     www.lahc.edu/studentservices/aso/aso.html
Transfer to a University           SSA 105          233-4282          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/transfercenter/index.
                                                                      html
Tutoring / Labs
   Learning Assistance Center      LAC              233-4149          http://www.lahc.edu/lac/
                   Biology Lab     SCI 105          233-4553          Math Lab         LAC 105B           233-4498
                   Music Lab       MU 150           233-4429          Nursing Lab      NU 148             233-4360
                   Reading Lab     LAC 111          233-4149          Writing Lab      LAC104A            233-4148
Veterans
   Veteran’s Center                LRC 125          233-4232          www.lahc.edu/studentservices/finaid/veterans.html
Welcome Center                     SSA 133          233-4327          http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/wcenter/

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STUDENT FEE AND REFUND POLICIES
Enrollment Fee                                                                Non-Resident Tuition Fee
 The standard Enrollment Fee is $36 per unit per semester, subject to          In addition to the enrollment fee of $36 per semester unit which all
change by the California Legislature. Students with questions concerning      students are required to pay, out-of-state students and foreign students
waivers or financial aid eligibility should contact the Financial Aid Office.    are subject to additional fees. These fees include tuition of $190 per
Fees may be paid over the internet with credit card or by mailing a check     semester unit (both out-of-state students and foreign students) and
or money order. Payments can also be made in person at the Cashiers           capital outlay fee of $17 per semester unit (foreign students only). The
Office, Seahawk Center, SHC 101. Students must meet the “drop”                  total effective rate is $226 per semester unit for out-of-state students
deadline and officially drop the class in person or by internet (teachers       and $243 per semester unit for foreign students. Foreign students
cannot drop), or fees are owed.                                               who hold F-1 Visas are required to enroll in a minimum of 12 units of
                                                                              classes in both the fall and spring semesters. F-1 Visa students are also
Enrollment Fee Assistance                                                     subject to a $25 per semester SEVIS processing fee and are required to
 The college offers enrollment fee assistance to students who are unable       participate in the Board of Trustee mandated medical insurance plan for
to pay the enrollment fee. For immediate enrollment fee assistance,           F-1 students. Medical insurance coverage is currently $498 per semester.
students should complete the California Community Colleges Board              Spring semester coverage runs from 2/1/2012 through 8/14/2012 and
of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver Application in this schedule and           Fall semester coverage runs from 8/15/2012 through January 1, 2013.
bring it to the Financial Aid Office (SSA 114). The Board of Governors          Students starting in the Winter or Summer intercessions will be charged
Enrollment Fee Waiver is available to students whose families receive         approximately $83 per month until a new semester cycle starts. All fees
AFDC assistance, some forms of Social Security benefits, or General            must be paid upon registration and no later than the end of the second
Relief. It is also available to students whose family size and income fall    week of each semester. Enrollment fees are subject to change by the
within the following limits: 1 - $16,245 or less, 2 - $21,855 or less, 3 -    California State Legislature; tuition and capital outlay fees by the L.A.
$27,465 or less, 4 - $33,075 or less. Add $5,610 for each additional family   Community College District Board of Trustees; and insurance rates by
member. In addition, students who have financial need as determined            the insurance carrier. Students admitted to the Los Angeles Community
by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are eligible for      Colleges pursuant to Education Code section 76001 and section 8100.01
the Enrollment Fee Waiver. For further information, contact the Financial     of the Board Rules as special part-time students who are concurrently
Aid Office (SSA 114).                                                           enrolled in a public school district are exempt from enrollment fees
                                                                              charged for all terms (including summer) pursuant to Education Code
Enrollment Fee Refund Policy                                                  section 76300.
 A full refund may be requested for full semester length classes that are
dropped prior to the end of the second week of classes. For short term        Non-Resident Tuition Refund Criteria and
classes, a full refund is authorized for classes dropped up to the end of a   Schedule
period of time equal to 10% of the total class time. Thereafter, no refund      A non-resident student who formally drops or otherwise separates
is authorized except when college action to cancel or reschedule a class      from part or all of his or her enrollment may request a refund of
necessitates the drop. Fees for classes that are dropped prior to the end     previously paid non-resident tuition. The date used for non- resident
of the second week will be applied to classes added simultaneously.           refund purposes is the date on which such request is filed in the
Students are strongly advised to complete add and drop transactions           Admissions Office, regardless of when separation may have occurred.
at the same time. Classes must be dropped on or before February 21,           Refund requests must be made in person at the Cashier’s Office (See
201 to be entitled to an enrollment fee refund. Refunds request forms         Enrollment Fee Refund Deadlines). No refunds will be made for the
must be completed in the Cashier’s Office. March 8, 2012 is the last            SEVIS processing fee or for classes dropped after the second week of
day to request refunds at the Cashier’s Office for classes dropped on           a full semester class. For short term classes, no refunds will be made
or before February 21, 2012. Students must retain their credit card           after 10% of the semester has been completed.
receipt and return it to get credit card refunds. Refunds will not be
made automatically, even in the event of cancelled classes.                   Policy for Personal Checks and Credit Cards
                                                                                Credit cards (VISA, Master Card, American Express and Discover only)
Health Fee                                                                    are accepted for enrollment, non-resident tuition, parking, and ASO fees.
 There is a mandatory Health Services Fee of $11.00 that must be paid         Business checks are accepted. Personal checks are accepted. Personal
when enrollment fees are paid. All students paying the fee are eligible       checks must be imprinted. A valid California Driver’s License or California
for college Health Services. Students who have all of their classes at        I.D. number and student I.D. number are required on the check.
off-site locations may be exempted from the fee. Attention Board of               Important Information Regarding Payment By Check: When you
Governors Fee Waiver Students: Beginning Fall 2006, this fee will no          provide a check as payment, you authorize us to use the information
longer be waived for students who are eligible for a fee waiver.              from your check to make a one-time electronic funds transfer from
                                                                              your account. When we use information from your check to make an
Parking Fee                                                                   electronic funds transfer, funds may be wirhddrawn from your account as
  Parking in areas marked “Parking by Permit Only” will be restricted         soon as the same day we receive your payment and you will not receive
to vehicles displaying a valid permit. Parking Permit procedures and          a cancelled check back from your financial institution.
fee information are available in the Cashier’s Office. Students may not
park in STAFF lots. A valid daily or semester permit is needed at all         Returned Check Fees
times Monday-Saturday, 12 a.m. to midnight. Sunday parking is free 6           A $10.00 fee is charged for any dishonored check (insufficient funds or
a.m. to 6 p.m. The Parking fee for Spring 2012 is $20.00. Students who        stop payment). A hold is placed on academic records until the financial
pay for ASO membership when they initially obtain their parking decal         obligation is settled. The student must pay for returned check fees with
pay $17.00 for parking. A license plate number is needed. All refund          cash or a cashier’s check. The student will have 30 days from receipt of
requests must be made from the Cashier’s Office. Parking permits must           notice to pay and avoid further penalties.
be presented to the Cashier’s Office for refund.

 12        College Information                                                                                 LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
Instructional Materials                                                       • Students purchasing a permit for a four-wheeled vehicle are issued
 Students may be required to provide instructional and other materials        a static vinyl permit. This permit is easily transferred from one car to
(such as paper for classes requiring computer printing, mouses, etc.)         another.
required for a credit or non-credit course. Such materials shall be of        • Student permits/decals DO NOT authorize parking in staff or other
continuing value to a student outside of the classroom setting and shall      reserved areas. Vehicles parked in these areas will be cited unless they
not be exclusively available from the District. Material fees are paid and    have a current day permit DESIGNATING PERMISSION TO PARK IN A
collected in the Los Angeles Harbor College Bookstore.                        SPECIFIC AREA issued by the college police office. Verbal or written
                                                                              permission to a student or any other college visitor to park on campus
Transcripts or Verifications of Records                                        IS NOT RECOGNIZED AS VALID UNLESS first cleared through the college
 The first two transcripts or verification of various student records are       sheriffs and the appropriate day pass or permit is obtained.
furnished free and additional copies may be ordered for $3.00 per copy.       • There is an administrative appeal process if you feel you have been
Students may request express processing of a transcript or verification        given a parking citation in error. You have 21 days from the date of the
for an additional fee of $7.00. Any holds on student’s record must be         citation, or 10 days from the 1st notice of delinquency parking violation,
cleared before transcripts can be processed.                                  to pay the fine or request an administrative review. Review forms can
                                                                              be obtained from the College Sheriff ’s Office located at the east end of
ASO Fee                                                                       the Physical Education (PE) Building.
 The $10.00 per semester fee provides students with a membership in           • Neither Los Angeles Harbor College nor the Los Angeles Community
the Associated Students Organization. Students may waive this fee but,        College District assumes responsibility for damage to any motor vehicle,
every student must comply with the Associated Students Organization           theft of its contents, injury to persons operating a vehicle, or damage
Fee in one of two ways: (1) pay the fee, or (2) submit a “Surrender of        to parked cars on or off the campus unless liable under Government
Benefits” form. If you choose to not pay the fee, students can complete        Codes 810 to 966.6 inclusive.
the “Surrender of Benefits” form at the Cashier’s Office or the Office
of Student Activities located in the Seahawk Center. You must file this                           FEES WORKSHEET
form in person. Information regarding additional services provided by
membership in the ASO is available at the Office of Student Activities
located in Seahawk Center. All members of ASO will receive a student           Student’s Name _______________________________________
photo identification card.
                                                                               Student’s ID# ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___
Student Representation Fee
 A Mandatory Student Representation Fee of $1.00 is used in a variety                                   DO NOT MAIL CASH!
of ways to represent student interests and views in the legislative
                                                                                                 Current fees can be calculated below
process. This includes training and actual interaction with legislators and
legislative bodies. A student who does not desire to pay this fee because
                                                                                       (Fees are subject to change by the California Legislature)
of religious, political, moral or financial reasons MUST specifically
indicate their refusal by signing a waiver located in the Cashier’s Office.      Enrollment Fees:
                                                                               Resident Students:
LAHC Parking Policy                                                            $36 per unit per semester ________ unit(s) x $36 = __________
 Because we are concerned that students and staff who have paid                 Non-resident tuition (in addition to $36 per unit fee)
the college parking fee have adequate access to parking, the college           From another state          _______ units x $190 = __________
has instituted the following policies: The parking meters on Figueroa          From another country         _______ units x $207 = __________
Place, are continually checked and tickets (citations) given to vehicles in    International Student Medical Insurance Fee              $498.00
violation of the posted regulations. Only disabled persons with a valid        A.S.O. Membership Fee *                                   $ 10.00
disabled placard may park at a failed meter.                                   Parking Permit                                            $ 20.00
• Parking permits (decals) are required AT ALL TIMES Monday-Saturday           Parking Permit with ASO Membership                        $ 17.00
12 a.m. to midnight on all vehicles in the parking lots of Los Angeles
                                                                               A.S.O. Student Representation Fee-Mandatory              $ 1.00
Harbor College. Parking decals are to be purchased each semester during
registration time. In addition to cars, this policy applies to motorcycles,
                                                                               Health Fee - Mandatory                                    $ 11.00
motor scooters, and mopeds. Free parking is available on Sunday only, 6        * you may waive this fee by filing a “Surrender of
a.m. to 6 p.m. The maximum speed limit is 10 miles per hour in all parking     Benefits” form in person at the Office of Student
lots and roads on campus. Lot 6 and Lot 8 have daily paid $2 parking           Activities in Seahawk Center.                   Total $__________
permits for sale. A daily paid permit allows one to park in any student
parking lot. The daily paid permit must be visible with the day stamp up.      If your application for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW)
• Student parking lots are: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 anD West Parking Structure           has been approved by the Financial Aid Office, your enrollment
(see map on inside back cover). Staff parking lots are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9      fee of $36 per unit is waived.
& 9A, 10 and the West Parking Structure and parts of student lots as
designated, see map at the end of this schedule. Student parking is not        Payment Options (select one)
allowed in ANY staff lot.                                                       1. Mail this form and your check to: L.A. Harbor College Attn:
• Disabled students can arrange to park in Staff lots if their special          Business Office Cashier, 1111 Figueroa Place Wilmington, CA 90744
circumstances require this. See the Special Programs and Services staff
in Cafeteria 108.
• Student parking permits or decals are to be mounted on the inside
                                                                               2. By credit card, or over the internet. A receipt will be mailed to you if
lower left hand portion of the windshield. The permit MUST BE affixed            payment received one week before the fall semester begins. If paying
to the windshield to avoid a citation if parked on the LAHC campus.            after this date, go to the Cashier’s Office for receipt and parking decal.
Motorcycles, motor scooters, and mopeds should prominently display
the parking permit/decal on the front fork of the vehicle (see Sheriff ’s       3. Payment may be made in person during walk-in registration. See
Office).                                                                         academic calendar for dates and time.


www.lahc.edu                                                                                                     College Information              13
FACULTY DIRECTORY                                                                            Dial (310) 233 + extension


Name                         Office       Ext.   Name                        Office       Ext.   Name                       Office        Ext.
BUSINESS DIVISION                              LIBRARY DIVISION                              PACE PROGRAM
Stanley Sandell, J.D., Chair T 204      4181   Jonathon Lee, Chair         LRC 136    4475   King Carter, Dir.        NEA 169       4523
Email: sandellc@lahc.edu                       Email: leeja@lahc.edu                         Email: carterke@lahc.edu
Charles Davis                T 204      4179   Ibtesam Dessouky            LRC 119    4473
Fredrick Ho                  T 204      4183   Marian Locascio             LRC 121    4471   COUNSELING DIVISION
Elsie Linares                T 204      4188                                                 Elizabeth Colocho, Chair   SSA 105D    4033
                                               MATHEMATICS, PHYSICAL SCIENCES                Ralph Davis, Transfer      SSA 105     4283
COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION                        TECHNOLOGY                                    Jassiel Dominguez,
Carmen Carrillo, Chair       NEA 297    4250   Lauren McKenzie, Chair NEA 293         4501       Title V/Puente         NEA 251     4246
Email: carrilc@lahc.edu                        Email: mckenzlj@lahc.edu                      Joy Fisher, Career         SSA 103E    4043
Saray Olivares, Div. Secy.   NEA 297R   4252   Angelica Vega, Div. Secy. NEA 291      4512   Gary Gonzales              SSA 103H    4034
Cathy Landrum, Instr. Asst   LAC 104    4148   Nadine Muro, Instr. Asst. LAC 105C     4149   Brenda Guertin,
John Corbally                NEA 273b   4239   Joachin Arias             NEA 277      4511       Articulation           SSA 103C    4035
Paul Grady                   NEA 259    4243   James Carver              NEA 272      4504   Steven L. Hirsch (EOPS)    SSA 207     4039
William Hernandez            NEA 257    4081   Mani Gagrat, Ph.D.        NEA 275      4493   Coni Juno                  SSA 103J    4036
Delores Hudson*              NEA 253    4244   Leonard W. Glover         T 203        4272   Elliot Mason, Jr. Ph.D.    SSA 103F    4037
Shazia Khan                  NEA 261    4242   William Heffern            T 103        4273   Mica Murillo (EOPS)        SSA 207     4404
Susan McMurray               NEA 267    4245   Basil Ibe, Ph.D.          T 103        4495   Yvonne Pueblos, Honors     SSA 103G    4038
Hale Savard                  NEA 261    4142   Maritza Jimenez-Zeljak    NEA 289      4506   Daniel Ruiz, Retention     SSA 103E    4059
Kent Stoddart                NEA 263    4217   Lora Lane                 NEA 276      4178
Ann Warren                   NEA 273A   4247   Frank Ma, Ph.D.           NEA 283      4503   LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER
                                               Steven Morris, Ph.D.      T 103        4508   Sally Fasteau, Dir.          LRC 114   4240
HEALTH SCIENCES DIVISION                       Jane Pavlina              NEA 285      4509   Laurie Roberts, Instr. Asst. LAC       4149
Lynn Yamakawa, Chair       NU 105       4361   Zahra Romero              NEA 287      4510
Email: yamakalm@lahc.edu                       Farzaneh Saddigh          NEA 281      4515   CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Toni Thompson, Div. Secy. NU 101        4262   Craig Sutherland          T 103        4271   Karen Crummer, Dir.        CDC         4201
Karen Pucher, Instr. Asst. NU 140       4368                                                 Aster Abraha               CDC         4202
Jenny Arzaga               NU 116       4384   PHYSICAL EDUCATION                            Carol Minami               CDC         4202
Katherine Cleland          NU 136       4371   Nabeel Barakat, Chair  PE 147          4351
Deborah Larson             NU 128       4373   Email: barakanm@lahc.edu                      CALWORKS/GAIN/EOP S/CARE PROGRAMS
Evelyn Lum                 NU 111       4380   Leslie Trujillo        PE 149          4354   Mercy Yanez, Assoc. Dean SSA 207       4127
Edie Moore                 NU 124       4377                                                 Steve Hirsch                           4039
Susan Nowinski             NU 108       4370   SCIENCE - FAMILY     CONSUMER STUDIES         Mica Murrillo                          4404
Joyce Saxton               NU 120       4381   Joyce Parker, Chair         SCI 203    4556
Arlene Smith               NU 136       4382   Email: parkerje@lahc.edu                      INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS OFFICE
Kathy Vo                   NU 113       4387   Kym Valvieja, Inst. Asst.   SCI 203    4551   Paul Grady, Dir.           SSA 131     4111
Doris Webster              NU 141       4385   Giovanni Delrosario, M.Ed   CAF 103    4029
Patricia Wickers           NU 110       4386   Ana Escandon, Ph.D          SCI 102    4560   JOB PLACEMENT        TRAINING CENTER
                                               Timothy McCord, Ph.D        SCI 108    4554   Mercy Yanez, Assoc. Dean SSA 207       4127
HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS                       Tissa Munasinghe, Ph.D      SCI 208    4555
Mark Wood, Chair       Tech 118.02      4426   Melanie Renfrew, Ph.D.      SCI 206    4557   LIFE SKILLS CENTER
Email: woodmd@lahc.edu                         Randy Wade, Ph.D            SCI 209    4558   Bonnie Burstein, Ph.D.     CAFE 108    4586
Nola Timms, Div. Secy. Tech 118.03      4425   Susan Yoder, Ph.D*          SCI 101    4561
Juan Baez              DS 105           4427                                           SPECIAL PROGRAMS SERVICES
Scott Callihan         Tech 104.03      4166   SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES DIVISION Deborah Tull, Ph.D., Dir. CAFE 108           4621
Kate Campbell          DS 101           4655   Bradley Young, Chair        NEA 173    4066   Amarylles Hall             CAFE 108    4536
Joshua Abarbanel       Tech 118.05      4406   Email: youngbj@lahc.edu                       Sue Steele                 CAFE 108    4649
Michael Hiscocks       MU 150           4409   Yvette Parra, Div. Secy.    NEA 189R   4065
Daniel Keller          MU “C”           4413   Michael Agopian, Ph.D.      NEA 157    4156   TRANSFER/CAREER CENTER
Jay D. McCafferty       FA 106           4517   King Carter                 NEA 169    4523   Ralph Davis, Dir.          SSA 105F    4283
Daryle Nagano-Krier    DS 100           4643   Ellen Joiner, Ph.D.         NEA 181    4582
D.R. O’Shaughnessy*    MU “E”           4414   William Loiterman, Ph.D.    NEA 179    4583
Byron Smith            MU “A”           4415   Son Nguyen                  NEA 174    4584
Michael Song           Tech 104.04      4167   Elena Reigadas, Ph.D.       NEA 183    4581
                                               James Stanbery              NEA 185    4585


*PACE Instructor

 14       Faculty Directory                                                                          LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
SPRING 2012 CLASS OFFERINGS
                                                                                                               ACCOUNTING 015                                                3.00 UNITS
                            ACCOUNTING                                                                         TAX ACCOUNTING I (CSU)
                                                                                                               A practical study of the current federal revenue acts and California
                                                                                                               State Tax Law as they relate to business and individual income tax
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, sandelsc@lahc.edu                                                             procedures is made. Topics studied include income inclusions and
Questions: Fredrick Ho, (310) 233-4183, hofk@lahc.edu                                                          exclusion, capital gains and losses, and business and personal
                                                                                                               deductions.
ACCOUNTING 001                                                                            5.00 UNITS           INTERNET CLASS
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU)                                                                             7604 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                 W.K. HOFFMAN         INTERNET
Credit is allowed in only one of Accounting 1 or the Accounting                                                Contact Wendy.W.Hoffman@gmail.com as soon as you register.
21 and 22 combination.
This course provides an introduction to financial accounting and                                               ACCOUNTING 016                                                3.00 UNITS
accounting information systems. Areas covered include recording,
summarizing, and reporting of business transactions, preparation                                               TAX ACCOUNTING II (CSU)
of financial statements, revenues and expense recognition; assets,                                             Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting 1 or 15 with a letter
liability, and capital accounts. Emphasis is placed on accounting                                              grade of ‘C’ or better.
for sole proprietorships and corporations and the use of accounting                                            A continued study of income tax regulations and procedures is made.
information in decision making by various stakeholders.                                                        Accounting methods, installments sales, partnerships and corporate
                                                                                                               income tax procedures are studied.
0890 lec 8:30 - 11:00am                    MW                F.K. HO                               T 214
                                                                                                               INTERNET CLASS
0891 lec 11:10 - 1:40pm                    TTh               F.K. HO                               T 214
                                                                                                               7653 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                 W.K. HOFFMAN         INTERNET
EVENING CLASS
                                                                                                               Contact Wendy.W.Hoffman@gmail.com as soon as you register.
3036 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm                     MW                J.E. WORLEY                           T 214
INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                               ACCOUNTING 021                                                3.00 UNITS
7627 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA                   -                 F.K. HO                        INTERNET
Contact hofk@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                                                               BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING I (CSU)
                                                                                                               This course is the first half of Accounting I and it is an introduction to
                                                                                                               financial accounting and accounting information systems. It includes
ACCOUNTING 002                                                                            5.00 UNITS           recording, summarizing, and reporting of business transactions
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU)                                                                            in various journals and ledgers, preparation of trial balance and
Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting 1 or the Accounting 21                                                  financial statements, revenues and expense recognition; assets,
and 22 combination with a letter grade of “C” or better.                                                       liability, and capital accounts
To p i c s c o v e r e d i n c l u d e c o r p o r a t e i n c o m e t a x r e p o r t i n g , u n u s u a l   0951 lec    11:10 - 2:15pm   TTh          F.K. HO                    T 214
income statement items, accounting for investment in stocks                                                    Short Term Classs (8 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
and bonds, bonds payable, statement of cash flows, present
value concept and financial statement analysis. However, course
emphasizes mainly managerial accounting concepts and principles                                                ACCOUNTING 022                                                3.00 UNITS
for planning and decision making.                                                                              BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II (CSU)
0892 lec 8:30 - 11:00am TTh                                  F.K. HO                               T 214       Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting 21 with a letter grade
                                                                                                               of ‘C’ or better.
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                  This course is the second half of Accounting I and it is an introduction
3032 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm TTh                                   J.T. DUDLEY                           T 214       to financial accounting and accounting information systems.
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                                 It includes a study of the voucher system, payroll accounting,
7614 lec 5:20 hrs/wk TBA-                                    D.M. CHING                     INTERNET           depreciation, inventory valuation, bad debts, notes and interest.
                                                                                                               Emphasizes accounting for sole proprietorships and corporations and
Contact chingdm@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for                                            the use of accounting information in decision making by investors,
additional information on this class.                                                                          creditors and others.
                                                                                                               0898 lec    11:10 - 1:40pm   TTh          F.K. HO                    T 214
ACCOUNTING 011                                                                            3.00 UNITS           Late Start Class (9 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
COST ACCOUNTING (CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting 2 with a letter grade of
‘C’ or better.
A study of managerial cost accumulation concepts and techniques
for product and service costing, planning and control. Emphasis is
on the use of cost accounting information for decision making and
the preparation, analysis and use of cost accounting information.
Topics include process costing, job order costing, variable costing,
direct costing, standard costing, budgeting and profit planning,
activity based costing.
INTERNET CLASS
7602 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                    L.D. WOLFF                     INTERNET
Contact wolffld@lahc.edu as soon as you register.




Education Changes Everything...
www.lahc.edu                                                                                                                                             Course Offerings 15
            ADMINISTRATION                                              ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 008
                                                                        JUVENILE PROCEDURES (CSU)
                                                                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
                                                                        Organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies, the
              OF JUSTICE                                                processing and detention of juveniles, juvenile case disposition,
                                                                        juvenile statutes, and court procedures.
                                                                        INTERNET CLASS
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu            7634 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.C. KINRADE      INTERNET
                                                                        Contact kinradmc@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001                      3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (UC:CSU)                      ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 014                            3.00 UNITS
Law enforcement: History, organization, jurisdiction and professional
opportunities.                                                          REPORT WRITING FOR PEACE OFFICERS (CSU)
0710 lec 8:00 - 9:25am TTh              M.R. REID            NEA 123    The study of and practice in various types of technical writing
                                                                        commonly used in criminal justice agencies.
EVENING CLASS                                                           0762 lec 9:35 - 11am   MW               J.S. ROBERTSON       NEA 123
3522 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                M. ENGQUIST         NEA 123     EVENING CLASS
INTERNET CLASS                                                          3521 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th               R. BARTLETT         NEA 123
7680 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.G. HYDE         INTERNET
Contact hydea@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                        ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 037                            3.00 UNITS
                                                                        CALIFORNIA CRIMINAL PROCEDURES I (CSU)
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 002                            3.00 UNITS     This course includes a study of the history and organization of court
CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (UC:CSU)                                       systems, jurisdiction, arrest, search and seizure, bail, complaints
Historical development and current application of criminal law and      and extradition.
related constitutional provisions. Focus is on major crimes against     0711 lec    8:00 - 9:25am   MW          W.S. GRAVES          NEA 123
the person and against property. Capacity to commit crimes and
affirmative defenses are also covered.
0757 lec    9:35 - 11am     TTh         M.C. KINRADE         NEA 123    ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 042                            3.00 UNITS
                                                                        ADVANCED CRIMINAL LAW (CSU)
                                                                        This advanced course in criminal law puts special emphasis on
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003                            3.00 UNITS     those major crimes of particular interest to peace officers including
LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (CSU)                                         penal provisions in state and federal codes, leading case law, and
This course includes the kinds and degrees of evidence and the          briefing. AJ 002 is recommended prior to this course.
rules governing the admissibility of evidence in court.                 0755 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW             M.R. REID            NEA 123
0729 lec 11:10 - 12:35   TTh            R. WEBB              NEA 123    EVENING CLASS
INTERNET CLASS                                                                  Earn Your Associate in
                                                                                             M. ENGQUIST
                                                                        3537 lec 6:55 -10:05pm M                                    NEA 123
7688 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.C. KINRADE      INTERNET
                                                                                   Science Degree
Contact kinradmc@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                      ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 067                            3.00 UNITS
                                                                        COMMUNITY RELATIONS I (UC:CSU)
                                                                                          ONLINE
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006                            3.00 UNITS     This course deals with the latest concepts in police-community
PATROL PROCEDURES (CSU)                                                                          in
                                                                        relations and the events that created them. It covers the changing
This course includes responsibilities, techniques and methods of        role of police in a society that is both dynamic and unprecedented.
police patrol.                                                          It touches upon the interplay of social mores, changing values, and
INTERNET CLASS                                                              Administration of Justice
                                                                        urban crime as they relate to and affect traditional police-community
                                                                        positions.
                                                                        3528 lec 6:55 -10:05pm W or
7612 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.G. HYDE         INTERNET
                                                                                                    C.H. GRACIANO NEA 123
Contact hydea@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                                    Fire Technology

        Earn Your Associate in
           Science Degree
                          ONLINE
                        in
                 Administration
                    of Justice
                        or
                 Fire Technology
                                                                               for more information go to
                    For more information, go to www.lahc.edu
                                                 www.lahc.edu

 16        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
                                                            ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075                                3.00 UNITS

Meet the Dean                                               INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS (CSU)
                                                            This course will examine the basic nature of correctional work; aims
                                                            and objectives of correctional administration; probation and parole;
                                                            skills; knowledge and attitudes required for employment in this field.
                                                            3545 lec    3:30 - 6:40pm    TTh         J.S. KRUPA             NEA 123
                                                            Late Start Class (10 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

                                                            ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 319                     3.00 UNITS
                                                            RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                            0724 lec    12:45 - 2:10pm   TTh         M.R. REID              NEA 123


                                                                                    ANATOMY
                                                            Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu

                                                            NOTE: ANATOMY 001 LECTURE AND LAB MUST BE
                                                            TAKEN CONCURRENTLY.

                                                            ANATOMY 001                                                  4.00 UNITS
                                                            INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (UC:CSU)
                                                            Prerequisites: High school chemistry or one semester of college
                                                            chemistry. Concurrent enrollment in lecture and laboratory
                                                            section is required.
                                                            Study of structures of the human body. Cat dissection may be used
                                                            to compare to man. A materials fee of $20.00 is required.
 Sandra Sanchez                                             LECTURE
                                                            0655 lec 9:35 - 11am     TTh             T.G. MCCORD             SCI 112
 Ms. Sanchez is the new Dean of Economic and
                                                            0659 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh             D.A. GAYLE              SCI 211
 Workforce Development at Harbor College. She
                                                            EVENING LECTURE
 brings over 10 years experience and currently over-
                                                            3475 lec 5:20 - 6:45pm MW                R.W. NELSON             SCI 211
 sees all Economic, Workforce and Career Technical
 Education grants for LAHC as well as two large scale
 multimillion dollar institutional grants that serve STEM   LABS
 related activities.                                        0650 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm      T           T.G. MCCORD             SCI 106
                                                            0651 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm      Th          T.G. MCCORD             SCI 106
 Her experience includes oversight and program ad-          0652 lab 2:05 - 5:15pm       W           C.L. COUROUX            SCI 106
 ministration of large and small scale grant programs       0654 lab 2:30 - 5:40pm       T           T.G. MCCORD             SCI 106
 as well as contract education and customer service.        EVENING LABS
 Ms. Sanchez launched one of the largest networks           3472 lab 6:55 - 10:05pm      T           K.A. HILLGER            SCI 106
 of small business development programs in the state        3474 lab 6:55 - 10:05pm      W           B. WADE                 SCI 106
 including operations of remote and satellite locations.    3476 lab 6:55 - 10:05pm      Th          T.T. BUI                SCI 106


                                                                           ANTHROPOLOGY
 Ms. Sanchez is a native of Southern California; she
 grew up in Wilmington and Harbor City and is a gradu-
 ate of Narbonne High school.
                                                            Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu
 Sandra says, “Coming back to Wilmington and having
 the opportunity to give back to my community is very       ANTHROPOLOGY 101                                             3.00 UNITS
 important to me. So many of us grow up here, leave         HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (UC:CSU)
 and never return. I feel blessed to have the oppor-        Human evolution and variability of both our fossil ancestors and
                                                            current populations.
 tunity to pay it forward by helping future generations
 of students achieve their dreams.”                         0100 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm MW               W.S. HOOLE             NEA 125
                                                            0103 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW              W.S. HOOLE             NEA 125
 Ms. Sanchez holds a B.A in Political Science from          EVENING CLASS
 CSU Long Beach and an M.B.A from the University            3000 lec 6:55 - 10:05pm W                J. PARIKH              NEA 125
 of Redlands.




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                          LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
                            WELCOME CENTER
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     • Assistance in filling out all college forms.   • On-campus referrals.
     • Assistance in computer or phone registration. • Financial Aid advising and filing.
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                     Phone: 310-233-4327
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NEW STUDENTS                                                     Let us help you plan a program of study that fits your needs

JUST FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS
STEP 1: ADMISSIONS                                                          Student Success Courses                  Counseling Student
Log on to www.lahc.edu to submit an online application. Make                                                         Success Workshops
sure you submit a valid email address. You will receive a            Personal Development 20                        • Student Success
                                                                                                 UC & CSU
confirmation email once your online application has been             (Online and Traditional):                           Student Success
                                                                                                 transferable       • Student
submitted. You will receive your student ID number and               The Scope of Career                                 Student
                                                                                                 3 units             Educational Plan Plan
Registration appointment by email in 10 business days. You will      Planning                                           Educational
use this number for ALL transactions at Harbor College.                                                                  Career Planning
                                                                                                                    • Career Planning
                                                                     Personal Development 17
STEP 2: ASSESSMENT                                                                               UC & CSU               University
                                                                     (Online and Traditional):                      • University Application
Log on to www.lahc.edu/sars/assessment/eSARS.asp or call (310)                                   transferable            Application
                                                                     College Survival Skills                        • Financial Aid Aid
233-4072 for an appointment. In order to be accurately placed in                                 1 unit                  Financial
                                                                     Development
an English or math course, you need to be assessed.                                                                      Student Worker
                                                                                                                    • Student Worker
STEP 3: ORIENTATION                                                  Personal Development 4:     CSU transferable        Training
                                                                                                                      Training
Go to www.lahc.edu/studentservices/matriculation/welcome.html.
                                                                     Career Planning             1 unit
You must complete the quiz at the end of the online orientation to
receive your assessment results.
STEP 4: COUNSELING AND DETERMINING YOUR                                                          UC & CSU
                                                                     Library Science 101:
COURSE LOAD                                                                                      transferable
                                                                     Library Research Methods
Log on to http://www.lahc.edu/sars/counseling/eSARS.asp for a                                    1 unit
counseling appointment. Bring your assessment results and
unofficial transcripts from other colleges.
                                                                     Library Science 102:        CSU transfer-
STEP 5: FINANCIAL AID
Apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.                  Internet Research           able
STEP 6: REGISTER FOR CLASSES                                         Methods                     1 unit
                                                                                                                     Mari Baquir, Harbor College
Go online at http://www.lahc.edu.                                                                                   Counseling/Information Desk

               Don’t know where to go? Start at the Welcome Center (310) 233-4327 or Information Desk (310) 233-4230,
                                 both located in the Student Services and Administration Building


18      College Information                                                                            LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ANTHROPOLOGY 102                                 3.00 UNITS                                        ARCHITECTURE 162                                 3.00 UNITS
HUMAN WAYS OF LIFE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (UC:CSU)                                                 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING (CSU) (RPT 1)
Survey of world’s cultures and institutions - language, marriage,                                  Prerequisite: Completion of Architecture 161 with a grade of
and religion.                                                                                      ‘C’ or better.
0101 lec 8:00 - 9:25am                TTh             A.E. DAVID                    NEA 125        Further study of AutoCAD for architects focusing on advanced
0102 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm              TTh             J.W. RIGBY                    NEA 125        concepts such as dynamic blocks and annotative text and
                                                                                                   dimensioning. Includes basic 3-dimensional modeling in AutoCAD
EVENING CLASS                                                                                      and Rhino. A $20 lab fee is required.
3001 lec 6:55 - 10:05pm               M               W.S. HOOLE                    NEA 125        0308 lec         2:20 - 2:50pm            TTh              S.M. CALLIHAN                        T 108
4905 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                T               M.D. REDDICK                  NEA 113        &    lab         2:50 - 5:20pm            TTh              S.M. CALLIHAN                        T 106
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                             M.D. REDDICK                  NEA 113
&    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                             M.D. REDDICK                  NEA 113        ARCHITECTURE 164                                                                       2.00 UNITS
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                        DESIGN SOFTWARE FOR ARCHITECTURE (CSU) (RPT 3)
4928 lec       5:45 - 7:50pm W                        M.D. REDDICK                   NEA 118       Introduction to Revit and BIM concepts. Creation of a 3-dimensional
&    lec       2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                       M.D. REDDICK                   NEA 118       model and resulting 2-dimensional drawings such as plan, section,
                                                                                                   elevation. A $20 lab fee is required.
&    lec       2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                       M.D. REDDICK                   NEA 118
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                        3220 lec          7:55 - 8:40pm MW                         S.M. CALLIHAN                        T 108
                                                                                                   &    lab          8:40 -10:05pm MW                         S.M. CALLIHAN                        T 106

                                                                                                   ARCHITECTURE 170                                                                       2.00 UNITS
                     ARCHIT ECTURE                                                                 BEGINNING ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING (CSU)
                                                                                                   This course is an introduction to architectural skills for students
                                                                                                   entering architecture, urban planning, art, landscape, environmental,
                          -see also Environmental Design                                           or interior design. Training in drawing at scale, developing multi-
                                                                                                   view drawings of buildings, floor plans, elevations, etc. Introduction
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu                                         to model building, sketching, and spatial comprehension. A $20 lab
Department Chair: Michael Song (310) 233-4167, songm@lahc.edu                                      fee is required.
                                                                                                   0309 lab 2:20 - 4:15pm                    TTh              M. SONG                              T 108
ARCHITECTURE 121                                                                2.00 UNITS         EVENING CLASS
FREEHAND DRAWING I (UC:CSU) (RPT 1)                                                                3224 lab 6:55 - 8:55pm                   TTh               N.R. BAKHOUM                         T 108
Students will study drawing and sketching using pencil, ink, and
charcoal, mostly of perspective drawings of architectural forms. Tis                               ARCHITECTURE 172                                                                       3.00 UNITS
course includes studies of composition, form, value, and scale. A                                  ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING I (CSU)
$20 lab fee is required.
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: Completion of Architecture 170 with a grade of
0301 lec       11:00 - 12:00pm F                      B.T. ONG                          T 108      ‘C’ or better.
&    lab       12:10 - 3:30pm F                       B.T. ONG                          T 108      In this course techniques of architectural drafting, symbols,
                                                                                                   dimensioning, and methods of representation, including the
ARCHITECTURE 133                                   3.00 UNITS                                      fundamentals needed to prepare a complete set of working drawings
                                                                                                   for a simple wood frame structure. A $20 lab fee is required.
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY II: LATE MIDDLE AGES TO MODERN (UC:CSU)                                      0311 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm                  MW               M. SONG                              T 108
This course covers the development of architecture from Renaissance
t o m o d e r n a r c h i t e c t u r e o f t o d a y a n d t o m o r r o w, f o c u s i n g o n   &    lab 12:15 - 2:20pm                   MW               M. SONG                              T 104
geographical, geological, climatic, religious social and historical                                EVENING CLASS
aspects. Note this course satisfies GE Requirements in Humanities.                                 3219 lec 6:55 - 8pm                      TTh               N.R. BAKHOUM                         T 108
0302 lec        9:35 - 11:00am TTh                    N.K. BAKHOUM                      T 107      &    lab 8:00 -10:05pm                   TTh               N.R. BAKHOUM                         T 104
ARCHITECTURE 160                                                                3.00 UNITS         ARCHITECTURE 173                                                                       3.00 UNITS
COMPUTERS FOR DESIGNERS (CSU) (RPT 3)                                                              ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING II (CSU)
This course is an introduction to Photoshop and Illustrator, geared                                Prerequisite or corequisite: Completion of Architecture 172
toward architects, environmental and industrial designers. Emphasis
on how designers can optimize and understand the role of digital                                   with a grade of ‘C’ or better. Completion of Architecture 161
medium in today’s design industry. A $20 lab fee is required.                                      with a grade or “C” or better, or concurrent enrollement.
                                                                                                   In this course students will study further development of drafting
0305 lec        11:10 - 11:50am MW                    D.A. TURNER                       T 106      skills centered around the documentation of a two-story wood frame
&    lab        12:00 - 2:20pm MW                     D.A. TURNER                       T 106      structure including floor plans, elevations, sections, details, plot
                                                                                                   p l a n , a n d t o p o g r a p h y. C o v e r s t h e f u n d a m e n t a l u s e o f m a t e r i a l s
ARCHITECTURE 161                                 2.00 UNITS                                        in construction with emphasis on building codes. A $20 lab fee is
                                                                                                   required.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (CSU)                                          0313 lec         11:10 - 12:15pm MW                        M. SONG                              T 108
(RPT 1)                                                                                            &    lab         12:15 - 2:20pm MW                         M. SONG                              T 104
This course introduces AutoCAD drafting geared toward architects,
Covering all basic commands, drawing organization, and residential
projects. A $20 lab fee is required.                                                               ARCHITECTURE 181                                                                       0.50 UNITS
0306 lec        2:20 - 2:50pm         TTh             S.M. CALLIHAN                     T 108      COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
&    lab        2:50 - 4:20pm         TTh             S.M. CALLIHAN                     T 106      This is a companion course to other architecture digital lab courses
                                                                                                   that require access to the Architecture Computer Laboratory.
                                                                                                   3289 lab 2:30 hrs/wk TBA -                                 M. SONG                              T 104




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ARCHITECTURE 201                                          3.00 UNITS     ARCHITECTURE 262                                  3.00 UNITS
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I (UC:CSU)                                          COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTURE II (CSU) (RPT 2)
Prerequisites:     Completion       of   Architecture      172   and     Prerequisite: Completion of Architecture 261 with a grade of
Environmental Design 102 with grades of ‘C’ or better.                   ‘C’ or better.
In this course students will work in a design lab studio exploring an    In this course students will further development of 3D Studio Max
architectural design problem, focused on analysis, layout, aesthetics,   skills and techniques, focused on advanced modeling and rendering
interpretation, sustainability and the nature of materials. Methods      techniques. A $20 lab fee is required.
of presentations are studied as well as design approaches. A $20         0317 lec    2:20 - 2:50pm   MW         M. SONG                  T 108
lab fee is required.
                                                                         &    lab    2:50 - 5:20pm   MW         M. SONG                  T 106
0303 lec   11:10 - 12:15pm TTh         S.M. CALLIHAN            T 108
&    lab   12:15 - 2:20pm TTh          S.M. CALLIHAN            T 104    ARCHITECTURE 271                                          3.00 UNITS
                                                                         ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING III (CSU)
ARCHITECTURE 202                                          3.00 UNITS     Prerequisite: Architecture 173.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II (UC:CSU)                                         In this course students study the design and construction of masonry
Prerequisite: Completion of Architecture 201 with a grade of             buildings are studied together with a further development of wood
‘C’ or better.                                                           framing. Analysis is made of long span techniques and construction.
Students in this course will work in a design lab studio exploring an    Air conditioning equipment, specification writing, and cost estimating
architectural design problem, focused on analysis, function, site,       are introduced. A $20 lab fee is required.
urban environment, aesthetics, culture and sustainability. Methods       3298 lec    6:55 - 8:00pm TTh          N.R. BAKHOUM             T 108
of presentations are studied as well as design approaches. A $20         &    lab    8:00 -10:10pm TTh          N.R. BAKHOUM             T 104
lab fee is required.
0307 lec   11:10 - 12:15pm TTh         S.M. CALLIHAN            T 108
&    lab   12:15 - 2:20pm TTh          S.M. CALLIHAN            T 104
                                                                         ARCHITECTURE 291                                          3.00 UNITS
                                                                         STRENGTH OF ARCHITECTURAL MATERIALS I (CSU)
                                                                         This course introduces basic principles of architectural structures
ARCHITECTURE 223*                                         3.00 UNITS     and materials, including various structural systems used in buildings.
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT                                                    The structural design and sizing of columns, beams and their
Students in this course will create a professional architectural         relationships in building structures are developed.
portfolio suitable for employment interviews or submission to            0323 lec    9:00 - 10:25am MW          M. SONG                  T 108
transfer universities. Synthesize previous projects and skills
into a cohesive graphic package.
0314 lec 11:10 - 11:40am TTh
&     lab 11:50 - 2:20pm TTh
                                     M. SONG
                                     M. SONG
                                                           T 106
                                                           T 104                                       ART
* ARCHITECTURE 222, SECTION 0315 CANCELLED
ARCHITECTURE 261                                  3.00 UNITS             Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu
COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTURE I (CSU) (RPT 1)                   Department Chair: Jay McCafferty, (310) 233-4417
This course is an introduction to 3D Studio Max, including
3-dimensional modeling of objects and environments, rendering and        ART 100                                           3.00 UNITS
materials. A $20 lab fee is required.                                    INTRODUCTION TO STUDIO ART FOR NON-ART MAJORS (CSU)
0316 lec    2:20 - 2:50pm   TTh        M. SONG                  T 108    Basic theories in drawing, painting, color and two dimensional design.
&    lab    2:50 - 5:20pm   TTh        M. SONG                  T 106    Use of various media and emphasis on developing perceptional skills.
                                                                         Students are required to provide $10.00 Material Fees and purchase
                                                                         other materials in order to complete this class.
                                                                         0329 lec   10:00 - 11:05am TTh         L.F. GREENBERG          FA 101
                                                                         &    lab   11:05 - 12:10pm TTh         L.F. GREENBERG          FA 101




 Meet the Counselor
 Ralph Davis was born and raised in Lynwood, California and
 graduated from Lynwood High School. He has a Bachelor’s
 degree From Stanford University and a Master’s Degree from
 the University of Pennsylvania. He has 13 years of Counsel-
 ing and Program Administration experience. He has previously
 worked at El Camino College Compton Center and California
 State University, Long Beach. He is having a great time getting
 to know the students, faculty and staff of LA Harbor College and
 is proud to be a member of the Seahawk family. Ralph would
 like for all Harbor College students to visit the Transfer Center
 to explore the possible pathways to continue their educations.
 He believes all students should dream, and dream big, for their
 potential is limitless. Outside of the office he likes sporting
 events, traveling, and stand-up comedy.


 20        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                 LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ART 101                                                                          3.00 UNITS         ART 204                                                  3.00 UNITS
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC:CSU)                                                                    LIFE DRAWING I (UC:CSU)
Survey of Art History from Prehistory through the Gothic Period.                                    Recommended prerequisite: Completion of Art 201 and 501 with
0330 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh                            G.D. JACOBS                     MU 107       grades of “C” or better.
INTERNET CLASSES                                                                                    A beginning couse in figure anatomy; drawing directly from the live
                                                                                                    model.
7648 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                              G.D. JACOBS                INTERNET
                                                                                                    3252 lec   5:45 - 7:50pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
Contact gailjacobs.101@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                                    &    lab   7:55 -10:00pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
7664 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                      C.R. FIDDLER               INTERNET
Contact birdman7@mac.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                                    ART 205                                                  3.00 UNITS
ART 102                                                                          3.00 UNITS         LIFE DRAWING II (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Completion of Art 204 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY II (UC:CSU)                                                                   A continuation of Art 204.
T h e v i s u a l a r t s o f t h e We s t e r n Wo r l d f r o m R e n a i s s a n c e t o t h e
Twenty-first Century.                                                                               3254 lec   5:45 - 7:50pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
OUTREACH CLASS                                                                                      &    lab   7:55 -10:00pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
6062 lec 3:15 - 5:35pm                 MW              T.G. LYCHKOFF                  GHS F7
Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)                                   ART 206                                                  3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    LIFE DRAWING III (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Completion of Art 205 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
ART 103                                                                          3.00 UNITS         Advanced level in drawing of the human form; drawing directly from
ART APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU)                                                                         the live model.
This course is designed to develop a student’s understanding and                                    EVENING CLASSES
appreciation of art and the artistic process.
                                                                                                    3255 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm M              R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
0331 lec 12:45 - 3:55pm TTh                            L.F. GREENBERG                NEA 118
                                                                                                    &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm M              R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
Late Start Class (9 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
0332    lec    12:45 - 2:10pm MW                       J.D. MCCAFFERTY               NEA 117
4915    lec     7:55 -10:00pm T                        L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 128
                                                                                                    ART 207                                                  3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    LIFE DRAWING IV (UC:CSU)
&       lec    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                        L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 128        Prerequisite: Art 206.
&       lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                        L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 128        3256 lec   5:45 - 7:50pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                                                    &    lab   7:55 -10:00pm M            R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
4926 lec       7:55 - 9:45pm W                         L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 118
&    lec       2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                        L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 118        ART 300                                                  3.00 UNITS
&    lec       2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                        L.R. LIPTON                   NEA 118        INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING (UC:CSU)
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                         Beginning instruction and survey of various painting media, oil and
INTERNET CLASSES                                                                                    acrylics, emphasis is placed on color mixing, experiencing contrasts
7642 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA- J.A. FREEDMAN                                           INTERNET          of value, hue and intensity and on compositional organization.
Contact freedmja@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                                               0335 lec 9:35 - 10:40am     TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
7665 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA- J.A. FREEDMAN                                    INTERNET          &    lab 10:40 - 11:45am    TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
Contact freedmja@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                                               EVENING CLASS
                                                                                                    3364 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
ART 111                                                                          3.00 UNITS         &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART (UC:CSU)
This survey course examines the various art movements beginning                                     ART 301                                                  3.00 UNITS
with the cubist movement and advancing through today’s modern                                       WATERCOLOR PAINTING I (UC:CSU)
art scene.                                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Art 300 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
0333 lec       12:45 - 2:10pm          TTh             C.R. FIDDLER                  NEA 125        This course provides experience with selected aqueous media;
                                                                                                    water color and gouache, technical control, organizational and
                                                                                                    compositional skills are emphasized.
ART 201                                                                          3.00 UNITS         0336 lec 9:35 - 10:40am     TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
DRAWING I (UC:CSU)                                                                                  &    lab 10:40 - 11:45am    TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
Recommended: concurrent enrollment in Art 501.
A fundamental course in drawing. Problems in drawing basic forms                                    EVENING CLASS
from nature, using pencil, charcoal, ink, and wash media.                                           3365 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
1305 lec 11:10 - 12:10pm               MW              L.J. TERRY                       FA 107      &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
&    lab 12:10 - 1:15pm                MW              L.J. TERRY                       FA 107
EVENING CLASS                                                                                       ART 302                                                  3.00 UNITS
3222 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                W                C.K. ANTRIM                     FA 107       WATERCOLOR PAINTING II (UC:CSU)
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                W                C.K. ANTRIM                     FA 107       Prerequisite: Completion of Art 301 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
                                                                                                    This course provides continued experience with selected aqueous
                                                                                                    media; water color and gouache, technical control, organizational
ART 202                                                                          3.00 UNITS         and compositional skills are emphasized.
DRAWING II (UC:CSU)                                                                                 0337 lec 9:35 - 10:40am     TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 201 with a grade of “C” or
better.
                                                                                                    &    lab 10:40 - 11:45am    TTh       C.K. ANTRIM            FA 107
Recommended corequisite: Art 501. A continuation of Art 201.                                        EVENING CLASS
1307 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm               MW              L.J. TERRY                       FA 107      3366 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
&    lab 12:15 - 1:20pm                MW              L.J. TERRY                       FA 107      &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm      T         R.E. LINDEN            FA 107
EVENING CLASS
3223 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                W                C.K. ANTRIM                     FA 107
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                W                C.K. ANTRIM                     FA 107


www.lahc.edu                                                                                                                              Course Offerings 21
         onors ransfer rogram
                      MEMBER OF THE HONORS TRANSFER COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA
 The Honors Transfer Program is a cooperative effort between Los Angeles Harbor College and the following
 universities; UCLA, UCI, UC Berkeley, Azusa Pacific University, Pitzer College, Pomona College, Chapman
 University, Occidental College, Loyola Marymount University, Mills College and La Sierra University. It
 is intended to serve students interested in a challenging curriculum designed to prepare them for transfer.
 Students who complete the honors curriculum, and preparation for their major (with at least a 3.1 GPA), will
 receive:


     1
          Guaranteed priority admission to UCLA School of Letters and Sciences, (Students interested
          in Fine Arts and Engineering majors at UCLA may also participate in the HTP and will be given
          special consideration by UCLA when applying) UCI also gives priority admission and UC Berkeley
          will give priority consideration..


     2
          Priority consideration given by Azusa Pacific University, Pitzer College and Pomona College
          (requires 3.5 GPA), Chapman University, La Sierra University, Occidental College (requires
          3.25 GPA) and Pitzer College (requires 3.5 GPA).
 * Please view the following website for specific details regarding admission offers, scholarships
 and Admission to University Honors Programs: www.honorstcc.org/transfer/agreements.html

                        BENEFITS OF THE HONORS PROGRAM
 •    Enriched coursework designed in cooperation with university faculty
 •    Specialized academic and personal counseling
 •    Admission preference over all students applying to the participating universities
 •    Inexpensive, high quality instruction
 •    Designated scholarships for Honors Transfer students
 •    Admission to University Honors Programs
       This program is also beneficial for students who plan to transfer to any other four year institutions.
          Qualified students may elect to take Honors classes without being in the Honors Program.
         Interested students should contact the Honors Counselor to determine enrollment eligibility.
                 Please call (310) 233-4038 or email Yvonne Pueblos at puebloyu@lahc.edu.

         HONORS COURSE                          HONORS TRANSFER
           OFFERINGS                             REQUIREMENTS

     Spring 2012                           Completion of preparation for the major

                                           Completion of six honors courses

                                           Completion of all lower division
          English 102                      breadth curriculum or IGETC

      Oceanography 001                     Completion of a minimum of a 3.1              For more information
                                           GPA or higher or as required by the             or to schedule an
      Oceanography 010                     transfer institutions                         appointment, contact:
                                                                                         YVONNE PUEBLOS -
                                           Participation in at least one form of
     Political Science 001                 campus or community service
                                                                                           Honors Counselor
                                                                                            (310) 233-4038
                                                                                            SSA Room 130


22    College Information                                                            LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ART 303                                                                                     3.00 UNITS           ART 311                                                     2.00 UNITS
WATERCOLOR PAINTING III (UC:CSU)                                                                                 INTERMEDIATE OIL PAINTING (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 302 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.                                               Prerequisite: Completion of Art 310 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
This course provides advanced watercolor painting experience                                                     This course provides continued oil painting experience stressing
stressing technical achievement, creative improvisations, and                                                    technical achievement, creative improvisations, and complex
complex compositions.                                                                                            compositions.
0339 lec 9:35 - 10:40am                     TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        0345 lec 9:35 - 10:40am      TTh        C.K. ANTRIM              FA 107
&    lab 10:40 - 11:45am                    TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        &    lab 10:40 - 11:45am     TTh        C.K. ANTRIM              FA 107
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                    EVENING CLASS
3363 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                     M                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        3240 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm       T           R.E. LINDEN             FA 107
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                     M                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm       T           R.E. LINDEN             FA 107

ART 304                                                                                     3.00 UNITS           ART 312                                                     2.00 UNITS
ACRYLIC PAINTING I (UC:CSU)                                                                                      ADVANCED OIL PAINTING (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 300 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.                                               Prerequisite: Completion of Art 311 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
This course provides an overview of acrylic painting techniques with                                             This course provides advanced oil painting experience stressing
emphasis on materials, color mixing, and application.                                                            technical achievement, creative improvisations, and complex
0340 lec 9:35 - 10:40am                     TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        compositions.
&    lab 10:40 - 11:45am                    TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        0346 lec 9:35 - 10:40am      TTh        C.K. ANTRIM              FA 107
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                    &    lab 10:40 - 11:45am     TTh        C.K. ANTRIM              FA 107
3362 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        EVENING CLASS
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        3241 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm       T           R.E. LINDEN             FA 107
                                                                                                                 &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm       T           R.E. LINDEN             FA 107
ART 305                                                                                     3.00 UNITS
ACRYLIC PAINTING II (UC:CSU)                                                                                     ART 502                                                     3.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 304 with a grade of “C” or                                                       BEGINNING THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (UC:CSU)
better.                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Art 501 with a grade of “C” or
Continuation of Art 304, with emphasis on personal exploration and                                               better.
experimentation.                                                                                                 The principles of three-dimensional design are studied.
0341 lec 9:35 - 10:40am                     TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        0347 lec    9:35 - 11:40am   F          V.L. LOSCHUK             FA 101
&    lab 10:40 - 11:45am                    TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        &    lab   11:45 - 1:50pm    F          V.L. LOSCHUK             FA 101
EVENING CLASS
3367 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        ART 503                                                     3.00 UNITS
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        INTERMEDIATE DESIGN (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                                 Prerequisite: Art 502.
ART 306                                                                                     3.00 UNITS           0350 lec    9:35 - 11:40am   F          V.L. LOSCHUK             FA 101
ACRYLIC PAINTING III (UC:CSU)                                                                                    &    lab   11:45 - 1:50pm    F          V.L. LOSCHUK             FA 101
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 305 with a grade of “C” or
better.                                                                                                          ART 521                                                     3.00 UNITS
The creative exploration of acrylic paints in studying still life,                                               ART GALLERY TECHNIQUES (CSU) (RPT 3)
landscape and the human figure.                                                                                  Students work with the college art gallery director in developing
0342 lec 9:35 - 10:40am                     TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        practical techniques in curating, organizing and displaying art
&    lab 10:40 - 11:45am                    TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        gallery exhibitions.
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                    3810   lec 5:45 - 7:50pm M               R.E. LINDEN             FA 107
3368 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        &      lab 7:55 -10:00pm M               R.E. LINDEN             FA 107
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        3810   lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA -             R.E. LINDEN             FA 100
                                                                                                                 &      lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA -             R.E. LINDEN             FA 100
ART 310                                                                                     2.00 UNITS
BEGINNING OIL PAINTING (UC:CSU)                                                                                  ART 633                                                     3.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 300 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.                                               INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER GRAPHICS (CSU)
This course provides introductory experience with oil painting.                                                  Introductory course in computer graphics using primarily Adobe
Te c h n i c a l c o n t r o l , o r g a n i z a t i o n a l a n d c o m p o s i t i o n a l s k i l l s a r e   Illustrator. This is an ideal course for students interested in computer
emphasized.                                                                                                      art. Material fee: $15.00.
0344 lec 9:35 - 10:40am                     TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        0352 lec    1:25 - 2:30pm    TTh        J.S. ABARBANEL            T 114
&    lab 10:40 - 11:45am                    TTh               C.K. ANTRIM                          FA 107        &    lab    2:30 - 3:35pm    TTh        J.S. ABARBANEL            T 114
EVENING CLASS
3239 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        ART 637                                                     3.00 UNITS
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm                     T                  R.E. LINDEN                          FA 107        PRESENTATION GRAPHICS (CSU)
                                                                                                                 Students learn to prepare and optimize images, design and create
                                                                                                                 layouts and interactive environments specific to a variety of
                                                                                                                 audiences using Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Photoshop and
                                                                                                                 Illustrator.
                                                                                                                 3238 lec    3:55 - 5:00pm    TTh         J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114
                                      Apply online at                                                            &    lab    5:00 - 6:05pm    TTh         J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114
                                      www.lahc.edu



www.lahc.edu                                                                                                                                              Course Offerings 23
ART 638                                                   1.00 UNITS     ART 712                                                   2.00 UNITS
COMPUTER-AIDED ART LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)                              CERAMICS WORKSHOP (UC:CSU)
This course is designed to reinforce lecture topics presented in each    Prerequisite: Completion of Art 714 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
computer-aided art course. It provides students with the opportunity     Independent study in ceramics. Students are required to provide
to practice and apply concepts learned in lecture.                       $15.00 worth of instructional and other materials in order to complete
0356 lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA -           J.S. ABARBANEL           T 116    this class.
                                                                         1332 lec 11:10 - 11:40am     TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
ART 639                                                   3.00 UNITS     &    lab 11:45 - 1:10pm      TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL IMAGING (CSU)                                    EVENING CLASSES
Introduction to digital imaging using Adobe Photoshop. Students          3832 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
learn to capture and manipulate all types of images in Photoshop for     &    lab 6:55 -10:05pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
both print and other types of media formats. Material fee: $15.00.
                                                                         3842 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
0353 lec   11:10 - 12:10pm MW          J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114
                                                                         &    lab 6:50 -10:05pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
&    lab   12:10 - 1:15pm MW           J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114
                                                                         3842 lab 5:45 - 6:50pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
                                                                         &    lab 6:55 -10:05pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
ART 640                                                   3.00 UNITS
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (CSU)
This is a specialized class devoted to assisting students in preparing   ART 713                                                   2.00 UNITS
and electronic portfolio tailored to their specific career and/or        BEGINNING CERAMICS I (UC:CSU)
academic goals. Students will produce an electronic portfolio as an      Recommended prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Art 501.
outcome of this class.                                                   Making things in clay: hand building, wheel throwing and glazing.
0359 lec   9:30 - 10:00am MW           J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114    Students are required to provide $15.00 worth of instructional
                                                                         materials in order to complete this class.
&    lab   10:00 - 11:00am MW          J.S. ABARBANEL           T 114
                                                                         1333 lec 11:10 - 11:40am     TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
ART 706                                                   2.00 UNITS     &    lab 11:45 - 1:10pm      TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
CLAY SCULPTURE I (UC:CSU)                                                EVENING CLASSES
Prerequisites: Completion of Art 501 and 713 with grades of              3833 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
‘C’ or better.                                                           &    lab 6:55 -10:05pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
This course provides the student an exploration of ceramic sculpture     3843 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
in three dimension and relief. Creative experimentation is pursued
with form, line and space. Reference is made to the history of and       &    lab 6:50 -10:05pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
contemporary issues involving clay sculpture. Individual creativity
is stressed. Students are required to provide $15.00 worth of            ART 714                                                   2.00 UNITS
instructional and other materials in order to complete this class.       BEGINNING CERAMICS II (UC:CSU)
1330 lec 11:10 - 11:40am TTh           J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    Prerequisite: Completion of Art 713 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
&    lab 11:45 - 1:10pm TTh            J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    Recommended prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Art 501.
EVENING CLASSES                                                          Ceramic materials design and production emphasizing glazes and kiln
                                                                         firing. Students are required to provide $15.00 worth of instructional
3830 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm M               J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    and other materials in order to complete this class.
&    lab 6:55 -10:05pm M               J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    1334 lec 11:10 - 11:40am     TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
or   lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA -             J.T. KEVILLE            FA 108    &    lab 11:45 - 1:10pm      TTh       J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
or   lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -             J.T. KEVILLE            FA 108    EVENING CLASES
&    lab 6:50 -10:05pm W               J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    3834 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
                                                                         &    lab 6:55 -10:05pm       M         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
ART 707                                                   2.00 UNITS     3844 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
CLAY SCULPTURE II (UC:CSU)                                               &    lab 6:50 -10:05pm       W         J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108
Prerequisite: Completion of Art 706 with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
The student continues study begun in Art 706 using clay as a
medium in three dimensions and relief. Students are required to
provide $15.00 worth of instructional and other materials in order
to complete this class.
                                                                                            ASTRONOMY
1331 lec 11:10 - 11:40am    TTh        J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    ASTRONOMY 001                                             3.00 UNITS
&    lab 11:45 - 1:10pm     TTh        J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (UC:CSU)
EVENING CLASSES                                                          Recommended co-requisite: Astro 5. A study of early astronomy, the
3831 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm      M          J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    moon, sun planets, stellar origin and evolution, nebulae, galaxies,
&    lab 6:55 -10:05pm      M          J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    and cosmology.
3841 lec 5:45 - 6:50pm      W          J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    0460 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   TTh       A. GHAHREMANPOUR NEA 113
&    lab 6:50 -10:05pm      W          J.D. MCCAFFERTY         FA 108    EVENING
                                                                         3370 lec    7:00 -10:10pm T            R.F. WHITING          NEA 222

                                                                         ASTRONOMY 005                                             1.00 UNITS
                                                                         FUNDAMENTALS OF ASTRONOMY LABORATORY (UC:CSU)
                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of Astronomy 1 with a grade of “C” or
                                                                         better or concurrent enrollment.
                                                                         Use of physical instruments and planetarium to gain further insight
                                                                         into astronomical knowledge.
                                                                         3371 lab    3:50 - 7:00pm    T         R.F. WHITING            PH 105




 24        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                   LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
   PACE: First 8-week classes - Feb, 7, 2012 thru Mar 31, 2012 Second 8-week classes - Apr. 10, 2012 thru June 4, 2012


          P A C E - PROGRAM FOR ACCELERATED COLLEGE EDUCATION
 Tired of Moving at a slow PACE? Enroll in the Harbor College PACE Progam - 8-WEEK CLASSES
 PACE Track I                                                                         PACE Track II
 Start Time Section #           Course                       Instructor               Start Time Section #         Course                    Instructor
 Group 1                        TUESDAY                      ROOM: TBA                Group 1                      TUESDAY                   ROOM: TBA
 1st 8 weeks                                                                          1st 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4901               Philosophy 6                 K. Carter                5:45pm      4900             *Biology 5                S. Yoder
 8:00pm      4903               Speech 121                   D. O’Shaughnessy         8:00pm      4902             Psychology 3              J. Watkins
 2nd 8 weeks                                                                          2nd 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4905               Anthropology 102             M. Reddick               5:45pm      4904             Music 111                 R. Oakes
 8:00pm      4907               ++Statistics 1               N. Melucci               8:00pm      4906             History 11                D. Gatlin
 Group 2                        TUESDAY                      ROOM: TBA                Group 2                      TUESDAY                   ROOM: TBA
 1st 8 weeks                                                                          1st 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4909               Humanities 17                D. O’Shaughnessy         5:45pm      4908             Politicial Science 1      P. Rodriguez
 8:00pm      4911               Sociology 1                  P. Aguilera              8:00pm      4910             English 208               D. Hudson
 2nd 8 weeks                                                                          2nd 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4913               *Biology 3                  S. Yoder                  7:55pm      4912             English 102               D. Hudson
 8:00pm      4915               Art 103                     L. Lipton-Razzaq          8:00pm      4914             Psychology 014            D. O’Shaughnessy
 Group 3                        WEDNESDAY                   ROOM: TBA                 Group 3                      WEDNESDAY                 ROOM: TBA
 1st 8 weeks                                                                          1st 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4917               Politicial Science 1        P. Rodriguez              5:45pm      4916             English 101               D. Hudson
 8:00pm      4919               History 86                  D. Gatlin                 8:00pm      4918             Humanities 6              M. Reddick
 2nd 8 weeks                                                                          2nd 8 weeks
 5:45pm     4921                *Biology 3                  S. Yoder                  5:45pm     4920              English 218               D. Hudson
 8:00pm     4923                Humanities 1                D. Thompson               8:00pm     4922              Philosophy 6              P. Greenberg
 Group 4                        WEDNESDAY                    ROOM: TBA                Group 4                      WEDNESDAY                 ROOM: TBA
 1st 8 weeks                                                                          1st 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4925               Health 2                     T. Lawton                5:45pm      4924             *Biology 5                S. Yoder
 8:00pm      4927               Psychology 1                 J. Watkins               8:00pm      4926             Art 103                   L. Razzaq-Lipton
 2nd 8 weeks                                                                          2nd 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4929               Music 111                    R. Oakes                 5:45        4928             Anthropology 102          M. Reddick
 8:00pm      4931               History 11                   D. Gatlin                8:00        4930             ++Economics 2             C. Chima
 Group 5                        THURSDAY                     ROOM: TBA                Group 5                      THURSDAY                  ROOM: TBA
 1st 8 weeks                                                                          1st 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4933               English 101                  D. Hudson                5:45pm      4938             Geography 1               J. Quintero
 8:00pm      4935               Humanities 1                 D. Thompson              8:00pm      4934             Speech 121                D. O’Shaughnessy
 2nd 8 weeks                                                                          2nd 8 weeks
 5:45pm      4937               Health 2                     T. Lawton                5:45pm      4936             Philosophy 20             D. O’Shaughnessy
 8:00pm      4939               Child Development 1          G. Amos                  8:00pm      4932             Sociology 1               P. Aguilera
*This class requires an extra Saturday. ++This class meets every Saturday (with the exceptions of holidays)

   First 8-week classes - Feb, 7, 2012 thru Mar 31, 2012
  Second 8-week classes - Apr. 10, 2012 thru June 4, 2012                                            PACE INTERNET COURSES
                                                                                      Students may take these courses as part of their PACE schedule or
   CONTACT: (310) 233-4255 or e-mail carterke@lahc.edu                                take one or more of the Internet courses only.
              Saturday Conferences: PLEASE READ                                       16-week courses:
Saturday Conferences are a continuation of the instruction provided
during the weekly class meetings: These are NOT separate classes.                     7614 - Accounting 2 - Intro. Accounting II - 5 Units (UC:CSU) - D. Ching
Therefore, attendance is mandatory for each Saturday. The first 3
                                                                                      7617 - Computer Info. Systems I - Principles of Computer Info.
quarter (8 week) conferences are from 8:00am to 6:00pm; the last
conference is for final examinations and is in session from 8:00am                            Systems I - 3 Units (UC:CSU)
to 12:00pm). Saturday Conferences may require ticket payments for                     7618 - Computer Info. Syst. 23.-Programming Lab.1-Unit (CSU)
specified field trips. These funds should not exceed $20.00 per quarter.
                                                                                      7683 - Economics 1 - Principles of Economics I - 3 Units (UC:CSU)
    Saturday Conference Dates: Mandatory Attendance                                          Instructor: F. Chan
              1st 8 weeks Saturday Schedule
   Feb 25 Mar 10 March 24 March 31(Final Exams)                                       Students enrolling in any of these Internet courses must attend an orientation
              2nd 8 weeks Saturday Schedule                                           session on campus. Please consult with the instructor, via LAHC email, for
    Apr 21    May 5     May 19      Jun 2(Final Exams)                                the time and place of this meeting. All other instruction and coursework will be
                                                                                      conducted via E-mail using Internet resources. For more information, contact
PACE ORIENTATION: Students enrolling in any of these Internet                         the PACE office at (310) 233-4526 or email carterke@lahc.edu.
courses are REQUIRED to attend an orientation session on campus.
Please consult the instructor, via LAHC email, for the time and place
of this meeting. All other instruction and coursework will be conducted
via E-mail using Internet resources. For more information, contact the
www.lahc.edu
PACE office at (310) 233-4522 or email carterke@lahc.edu.                                                                           Course Offerings 25
                         BIOLOGY                                              BIOLOGY 033
                                                                              MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (CSU)
                                                                                                                                                                        3.00 UNITS
                                                                              Develops comprehensive medical vocabulary for careers in nursing,
BIOLOGY 003                                                   4.00 UNITS      clinical science, medical records, and medical transcribing.
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC:CSU)                                              Recommended prerequisite to Anatomy 1 for students who have a
Not open to students who have credit in Botany 1 or Zoology 1.                minimal background in the life sciences.
Concurrent enrollment in lecture and laboratory section is required.          0663 lec 9:25 - 11:00am MW                                   D.M. CARR                          SCI 204
Laboratory study of major concepts of biology, cellular structure,            EVENING CLASS
function, and organization of living systems. A materials fee of              3477 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th                                    D.M. CARR                          SCI 204
$15.00 is required.
0656 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm      TTh         A.T. ESCANDON            SCI 107
                                                                              BIOLOGY 101                                     5.00 UNITS
&    lab 8:00 - 11:10am       T           B.W. SHUE                SCI 107
                                                                              BIODIVERSITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
0657 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm      TTh         A.T. ESCANDON            SCI 107    Prerequisite: Completion of Chemistry 101 with a grade of “C”
&    lab 1:05 - 4:15pm        T           A.T. ESCANDON            SCI 107    or better or concurrent enrollment.
0658 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm      TTh         A.T. ESCANDON            SCI 107    This is the first course of a three-course lecture and laboratory
&    lab 6:55 -10:05pm        W           T.W. GUINN               SCI 107    sequence for Biology majors. It includes the scientific method,
                                                                              cell structure and function, organisms at and above the cellular
EVENING CLASSES                                                               level of organization, as well as morphology, systematics, ecology,
3470 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       T            STAFF                   SCI 107     and behavior. This course prepares students entering the fields of
&    lab 8:00 - 11:10am      T            B.W. SHUE               SCI 107     medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, public health, veterinary medicine,
                                                                              among others. A materials fee of $20.00 is required.
3471 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       T            STAFF                   SCI 107
&    lab 1:05 - 4:15pm       T            A.T. ESCANDON           SCI 107     0662 lec         9:35 - 11:40am            TTh               S.E. YODER                         SCI 103
3479 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       T            STAFF                   SCI 107     &    lab         12:00 - 3:10pm            T                 S.E. YODER                         SCI 103
&    lab 6:55 -10:05pm       W            T.W. GUINN              SCI 107
4913 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm       T            S.E. YODER              NEA 117
                                                                              BIOLOGY 103                                                                               5.00 UNITS
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                 S.E. YODER              NEA 117
                                                                              MOLECULAR GENETICS AND PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
                                                                              Prerequisite:                Successful completion of Biology 102 and
&    lec 4:15 hrs/wk TBA-                 S.E. YODER              NEA 117     Chemistry 102 with a grade of “C” or better.
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                   This is the third course of a three-course lecture and laboratory
4921 lec     5:45 - 7:50pm W              S.E. YODER              NEA 128     sequence for Biology majors. This course is an introduction to
&    lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER              NEA 128     g e n e t i c e x p r e s s i o n , r e g u l a t i o n , a n d a n a l y s i s , D N A t e c h n o l o g y,
                                                                              d e v e l o p m e n t , a n d p h y s i o l o g y. T h i s c o u r s e p r e p a r e s s t u d e n t s
&    lab     4:15 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER              NEA 128     entering the fields of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, public health,
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                   and veterinary medicine. Students should have basic computer
HYBRID CLASSES                                                                literacy and Internet skills. A materials fee is required.
7552 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA- A.T. ESCANDON                            SCI 107    0664 lec         9:35 - 11:40am            MW                A.T. ESCANDON                      SCI 103
&    lab 8:00 - 11:10am T           B.W. SHUE                      SCI 107    &    lab         12:00 - 3:10pm            W                 A.T. ESCANDON                      SCI 103
Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus and online, think of
them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of the on- campus class
meetings are replaced with online assignments.
7553 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA- A.T. ESCANDON                        SCI 107
&    lab      1:05 - 4:15pm T           A.T. ESCANDON              SCI 107
Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus and online, think of
them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of the on- campus class
meetings are replaced with online assignments.
7554 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA-             A.T. ESCANDON            SCI 107
&    lab      6:55 -10:05pm W             T.W. GUINN               SCI 107
Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus and online, think of
them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of the on- campus class
meetings are replaced with online assignments.

BIOLOGY 005                                                   4.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
A lecture/laboratory course that introduces the student to basic
biological principles and their relationship to humans. Also, a
foundation course for students who will enter the Health Sciences.
May fulfill requirements in programs such as Physicians’ Assistant,
Human Services, Social Services, Home Health Care, and other
Health related fields.
0661   lec    9:35 - 11:00am MW           M. NAGAYA                SCI 107
&      lab   11:10 - 12:35pm MW           M. NAGAYA                SCI 107
4900   lec    5:45 - 7:50pm T             S.E. YODER               SCI 103
&      lec   2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER               SCI 103
&      lab   4:15 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER               SCI 103
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
                                                                                       Complete general education classes
4924 lec     5:45 - 7:50pm W              S.E. YODER               SCI 103              in a focused-eight week-format.
&    lab     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER               SCI 103        For more information, call 818-833-3594 or
&    lec     4:15 hrs/wk TBA-             S.E. YODER               SCI 103            800-917-9277 or visit the website at
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
                                                                                            www.lamission.edu/itv


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                      BUSINESS                                                BUSINESS 006
                                                                              BUSINESS LAW II (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                                                        3.00 UNITS
                                                                              This course continues the study of legal principles of business and
                   -see also International Business                           consumer transactions. Learn your rights in sales transactions,
                                                                              creditor and debtor relations, bankruptcy, partnerships, corporations,
                                                                              consumer protection, environmental regulations, and international
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu            law. This course is required for the Business Degree.
                                                                              3045 lec    6:50 -10:00pm W              D.J. TRUTANICH         T 208
BUSINESS 001                                                 3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU)                                             BUSINESS 031                                              3.00 UNITS
This survey course introduces the various technical specialties used          BUSINESS ENGLISH (CSU)
in a business including: organization, entrepreneurship, international        Word choice, sentence and paragraph construction, punctuation,
business, marketing, finance, human resource management, and                  spelling, and vocabulary are studied within the context of modern
production. The student is exposed to many different aspects of the           business communications.
world of business throughout the course and can evaluate potential
careers.                                                                      3046 lec    6:50 -10:00pm M              N.T. HIXON             T 208
0950 lec 8:00 - 9:25am TTh              A.J. CAMPBELL               T 208
0956 lec 9:35 - 11:00am MW              S.C. SANDELL                T 208     BUSINESS 032                                              3.00 UNITS
0957 lec 1:30 - 2:55pm TTh              S.C. SANDELL                T 208     BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU)
                                                                              Prerequisite: Completion of Business 31 or equivalent with a
EVENING CLASS                                                                 letter grade of “C” or better.
3041 lec 6:50 -10:00pm T                A.M. WILSON-AUS             T 208     Success in today’s competitive, diverse and global business
OUTREACH CLASS                                                                environment requires excellent communication and teamwork skills.
6054 lec 3:15 - 5:20pm MW               R. BALTAZAR            SPHS 124       This course will help students to solve problems, use various forms
Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)             of written communication, collaborate with work teams and use
                                                                              technology to communicate.
INTERNET CLASS                                                                INTERNET CLASS
7606 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               R.M. MCGINNESS        INTERNET        7635 lec 4:50 hrs/wk TBA -               J.L. LAURIN       INTERNET
Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                              Contact mrslaurin@msn.com as soon as you register.
BUSINESS 005                                                 3.00 UNITS       BUSINESS 038                                              3.00 UNITS
BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU)                                                       BUSINESS COMPUTATIONS (CSU)
Virtually all activities, both business and personal, are governed
by laws. This course examines the legal principles of business                This course covers basic mathematics as it applies to business
transactions and everyday life. It provides an awareness of the               problems. The student will examine questions related to banking,
legal system as it is applied to employment, operating your own               discounts, payroll, interest, investments, taxes and financial
business or as an ordinary consumer. Learn about the legal system,            statements
crimes, torts, contracts, and banking. This course is required for            INTERNET CLASS
the Business Degree.                                                          7668 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -               C.L. DAVIS        INTERNET
0904 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm F               S.C. SANDELL                T 208     Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
0905 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh             S.C. SANDELL                T 208
0906 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW             S.C. SANDELL                T 208     BUSINESS 060                                              1.00 UNITS
INTERNET CLASS                                                                TYPEWRITING FUNDAMENTALS
7609 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               R.W. WICKERS          INTERNET        Beginning/introductory keyboarding class for computer users. No
                                                                              credit if taken by CAOT majors. Course should be taken by Business
Contact rod@wickerslaw.com as soon as you register.                           and CIS majors and those interested in taking courses on computers
                                                                              for word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, and desktop publishing.
                                                                              0968 lab    8:00 - 9:40am    MW          J.H. HEFFRON           T 210
                                                                              0969 lab    2:00 - 3:40pm    TTh         E. LINARES             T 210




                                                          Business Division Programs:
                                                          Accounting                             Business
                                                          Business Administration A.A. degree    Computer Applications Office Technology (CAOT)
                                                          Computer Information Systems (CIS)     Finance
                                                          International Business                 Legal Studies
                                                          Management                             Marketing
                                                          Real Estate                            Supervision
                     To please call the have questions, call the Business Division LAHC website: http://www.lahc.edu
   For more informationenroll, or if you Business Division at (310)233-4177 or visit at (310) 233-4177
   Summer/Fall Schedule for course offerings. LAHC website: http//www.lahc.edu
                                      or visit the

www.lahc.edu                                                                                                           Course Offerings 27
                    CHEMISTRY                                                    CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu       Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu
CHEMISTRY 065                                             4.00 UNITS     CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001                                         3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC:CSU)                                  CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of ‘C’ or             The developmental theories from conception through adolescence.
better or equivalent, or concurrent enrollment in Math 123C.             Physical, intellectual, social, emotional growth.
Not open for credit to students who have credit in Chemistry 101.        0690 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      MW         J.E. PARKER              SCI 211
An introductory course for science majors. This course serves as a       EVENING CLASS
prerequisite to Chemistry 101.
                                                                         3478 lec 6:50 -10:00pm       T          D.D. GRIFFITH           CDC 152
0461 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm     T          S. TOEQUE              PH 101
                                                                         4939 lec 7:55 -10:00pm       Th         G.E. AMOS               NEA 113
&    lec 3:30 - 6:40pm      T          L.L. MASOUDIPOUR      NEA 226
                                                                         &    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA     -          G.E. AMOS               NEA 113
0462 lab 11:10 - 2:30pm     Th         M.R. KANTZ             PH 102
                                                                         &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA     -          G.E. AMOS               NEA 113
&    lec 3:30 - 6:40pm      T          L.L. MASOUDIPOUR      NEA 226
                                                                         PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
EVENING CLASSES
3372 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm      T          L.L. MASOUDIPOUR NEA 226
                                                                         CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002                                         3.00 UNITS
&    lab 3:30 - 6:40pm      Th         S. TOEQUE         PH 101
                                                                         EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES (CSU)
3373 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm      T          L.L. MASOUDIPOUR NEA 226          Recommended for those interested in professions involving children.
&    lab 3:30 - 6:40pm      Th         L.L. MASOUDIPOUR PH 102           Survey of preschool education, current philosophies and practices.
                                                                         Role of the teacher is emphasized.
CHEMISTRY 066                                     5.00 UNITS             0699 lec   11:10 - 12:35pm MW           C.A. BETTS               SCI 213
ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR ALLIED HEALTH (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Chemistry 65 and Math 123C with              CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003                                         3.00 UNITS
grades of “C” or better.                                                 CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I (CSU)
Topics include organic and biochemistry with emphasis on the role        Philosophy of developing creative activities for preschool and middle
of chemistry in health and disease, as well as molecular diseases        years children is explored through hands-on experiences using
and metabolic abnormalities.                                             numerous media. A materials fee of $25.00 is required.
3375 lec    5:20 - 6:45pm MW           B.O. IBE              NEA 224     0691 lec    1:00 - 4:10pm    Th         K.A. GRGAS               SCI 201
&    lab    6:55 -10:05pm MW           B.O. IBE               PH 101
                                                                         CHILD DEVELOPMENT 004                                         3.00 UNITS
CHEMISTRY 101                                             5.00 UNITS     CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN II (CSU)
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (UC:CSU)                                             A materials fee of $25.00 will be charged.
Prerequisites: Completion of Chemistry        065 and Mathematics        0686 lec    9:35 - 12:45pm   T          K. VALVIEJA              SCI 201
123C or equivalent with grades of “C” or      better.
Preparation: Eligibility for English          101, or concurrent         CHILD DEVELOPMENT 005                                         3.00 UNITS
enrollment in English 028.
Lecture and laboratory dealing with general   principles of chemistry.   PUPPETRY I (CSU)
                                                                         Recommended for teachers and others working with young children.
3380 lec    5:20 - 6:45pm TTh          J.J. ARIAS            NEA 222     A materials fee of $25.00 will be charged.
&    lab    6:55 -10:05pm TTh          J.J. ARIAS             PH 102     3490 lec    5:30 - 8:40pm    T          K. VALVIEJA              SCI 201

CHEMISTRY 102                                             5.00 UNITS     CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010                                         3.00 UNITS
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (UC:CSU)                                            HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION (CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Chemistry 101 with a grade of “C”            Recommended for those interested in working with young children
or better.                                                               in a normal or special setting. Special health problems of young
Continuation of Chemistry 101; lab is qualitative inorganic analysis.    children are identified, including child diseases.
0463 lec   12:45 - 2:10pm   MW         J.J. ARIAS            NEA 226     0689 lec    9:35 - 12:45pm   F          STAFF                    SCI 209
&    lab    3:30 - 6:40pm   MW         J.J. ARIAS             PH 102
                                                                         CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011                                         3.00 UNITS
CHEMISTRY 212                                             5.00 UNITS     CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY (CSU)
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS II (UC:CSU)                         Survey of sociological, cultural and economic influences on children
Prerequisite: Completion of Chemistry 211 with a grade of “C”            and family life patterns.
or better.                                                               0698 lec    2:00 - 5:10pm    Th         C.A. BETTS               SCI 211
Continuation of Chemistry 211 topics with additional emphasis on
mechanisms and stereochemistry. Lab is devoted to synthesis of
complex organic molecules.                                               CHILD DEVELOPMENT 012                                         3.00 UNITS
3379 lec    5:20 - 6:45pm TTh          B.O. IBE              NEA 113     PARENT-TEACHER-CHILD INTERACTION (CSU)
                                                                         Recommended preparation: Child Development 1 and 2.
&    lab    6:55 -10:05pm TTh          B.O. IBE               PH 101     Recommended for Child Development majors and others interested
                                                                         in teaching children. Communication techniques are studied.
                                                                         3507 lec    6:00 - 9:10pm    M          STAFF                    SCI 211




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                                                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT 023                                    4.00 UNITS
                                                       PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CSU)
                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of Child Development 22 with a grade
     CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                 of “C” or better.
                                                       0697 lec 12:45 - 1:50pm MW               C.A. BETTS          SCI 213
          CAREERS                                      &    lab 8:00 hrs/wk TBA -               C.A. BETTS          SCI 209
                                                       EVENING CLASS
             Preschool Assistants,                     3473 lec 5:30 - 7:35pm T                 C.A. BETTS          SCI 213
              Associate Teachers,                      &    lab 8:00 hrs/wk TBA -               C.A. BETTS          SCI 201

          Teachers, Master Teachers,                   CHILD DEVELOPMENT 031                                    3.00 UNITS
     Site Supervisors or Program Directors             INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES II (CSU)
                                                       0688 lec    1:00 - 4:10pm    T           L.B. GRAY           SCI 213
                   Core Courses                        CHILD DEVELOPMENT 039                             3.00 UNITS
                                                       ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS
             Child Development 1                       II (CSU)
           Child Growth & Development                  Prerequisite: Completion of Child Development 1 and 2 with
                                                       grades of “C” or better. Recommended: Child Development 38.
                                                       3486 lec    6:20 - 9:30pm    W           D.C. JACILDO        SCI 201
           Child Development 11
     Home, School & Community Relations                CHILD DEVELOPMENT 042                                    3.00 UNITS
                                                       TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY (CSU)
                                                       Recommended: Child Development 11
          Child Development 3 or 4                     This course is designed to enhance a teacher ’s sensitivity to and
    Creative Experiences for Children I or II          knowledge of cultural diversity. Meaningful curriculum activities and
                                                       experiences will be developed.
                                                       0692 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   TTh         C.A. BETTS          SCI 213
               Additional Courses
                                                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT 045                                    3.00 UNITS
     •• Child Health
         Child Health       ••Cooperative Education
                               ECE Principles          PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS (CSU)
                                                       Recomended: Child Development 1 & 10, A survey course covering
     •• Parenting
         Parenting             Children’s Literature
                            ••Children’s Literature    slow-learner to gifted. For teacher aides and those who work with
     •• Administration
         Administration        Student Teaching
                            ••Student Teaching         exceptional children.
                                                       3480 lec    6:30 - 9:40pm    W           STAFF              CDC 152
         Infant Studies
     •• Infant Studies         Movement & Music
                            ••Movement & Music
      • Special Education
     • Special Education    ••Adult Supervision
                               Adult Supervision       CHILD DEVELOPMENT 065                             2.00 UNITS
     •• Diversity
         Diversity          ••Puppetry
                               Puppetry                ADULT SUPERVISION/EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTORING (CSU)
      • ECE Principles                                 Prerequisite: Completion of Child Development 38 with a grade
                                                       of “C” or better, one year of teaching experience or a two
                                                       semester C.D. practicum course. Meets the Child Development
                   Courses Meet                        Matrix requirement.
                                                       7001 lec    8:30 - 6:00pm    S           STAFF               SCI 211
          CA Child Development Permit                  4 Saturdays ONLY - 2/11, 2/25, 3/3, and 3/17 2012.
      Title 5 and 22 School Requirements
                                                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT 185                                      1.00 UNIT
                   Certifications                       DIRECTED STUDY - CHILD DEVELOPMENT (CSU) (RPT 2)
                                                       This course allows students to pursue directed study in Child
                                                       Development on a contract basis under the direction of a
       15-Hour California Health & Safety              supervising instructor.
           Infant, Child, Adult CPR                    7002 lec 8:30 - 6:00pm S          STAFF                SCI 211
              Standard First Aid                       2 Saturdays ONLY - 3/10 and 3/24/2012.


                                                                                   CINEMA
                                                                                -see also Theater Arts

                                                       CINEMA 001                                      3.00 UNITS
                Contact Information                    INTRODUCTION TO MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION (CSU)
                                                       This course will introduce students to various aspects of the motion
              Contact (310) 233-4556
            Joyce Parker Information                   picture production process, including planning and organizational
          C. Ayoluwa Joyce Parker233-4202
                      Betts (310)                      elements, employment opportunities and responsibilities, equipment
                                                       used in the production of motion pictures, and techniques used in
                    (310) (310) 233-4552
           Dennis Griffith 233-4556                     shooting motion pictures.
                   C. Ayoluwa Betts
           Cheryl Watson (310) 233-4559                0367 lec    11:10 - 12:10pm TTh          L.K. KRUEGER        LRC 207
                    (310) 233-4202                     &    lab    12:10 - 1:10pm TTh           L.K. KRUEGER        LRC 207




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CINEMA 005                                                    3.00 UNITS      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 007                 3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING (CSU) (RPT 1)                                   MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION
This course will introduce students to the aesthetic and technical            Prerequisite: Ability to type 40 words-a-minute. Recommended:
elements of screen writing. Students who complete this course will            Business 31.
have a thorough understanding of the process and language used                Required: Students take CAOT 64 or CAOT 185. Students use
to create a first draft script for both television and motion pictures.       computers to transcribe letters and memos from machine dictation.
0368 lec    2:00 - 4:05pm     M           J.I. HOPPENSTAND           T 114    Business letter styles, word division, spelling, and punctuation are
&    lab    4:05 - 6:10pm     M           J.I. HOPPENSTAND           T 114    reviewed.
                                                                              7504 lec    10:15 - 11:20am TTh           L.L. UHARRIET             T 210
CINEMA 027                                                    3.00 UNITS      &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              L.L. UHARRIET         INTERNET
                                                                              HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
NON-LINEAR EDITING                                                            and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
This course will introduce students to video editing techniques, for          the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
sound and images, using Final Cut Pro.
0369 lec    11:10 - 12:00pm TTh           J.S. ABARBANEL             T 114
                                                                              COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 009  1.00 UNITS
&    lab    12:00 - 1:00pm TTh            J.S. ABARBANEL             T 114
                                                                              COMPUTER KEYBOARDING IMPROVEMENT (CSU) (RPT 1)
                                                                              Prerequisite: Completion of a beginning keyboarding class
CINEMA 105                                                    3.00 UNITS      with a letter grade of ‘C’ or better.
HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU)                                           Students improve speed and accuracy through timed writings and
This course is an overview of the history of cinema, both foreign and         corrective drills. Students keying less than 25 words-a-minute,
American. The course will cover subjects and historical developments          Business 60 or CAOT 1 is recommended.
from the earliest silents to contemporary times, via screenings,              0970 lab    8:00 - 9:40am     MW          J.H. HEFFRON               T 210
lectures, reading about artists and social, economic and technical
trends.                                                                       0971 lab    2:00 - 3:40pm     TTh         E. LINARES                 T 210
0370 lec    9:35 - 11:00am    MW          M.D. WOOD                MU 101
                                                                              COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 021                 5.00 UNITS
                                                                              MEDICAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES I
 COMPUT ER A PPLICATIONS                                                      Prerequisite: Typing speed of 45 words a minute or concurrent
                                                                              enrollment in CAOT 2.
                                                                              Required: Students take CAOT 64 or CAOT 185. Recommended:
  OFFICE T ECHNOLOGIES                                                        Biology 33 and Business 31. Students keyboard medical case
                                                                              histories and reports from machine dictation.
                                                                              7505 lec    10:15 - 11:20am TTh           L.L. UHARRIET             T 210
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, sandelsc@lahc.edu                            &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              L.L. UHARRIET         INTERNET
Questions: Elsie Linares, (310) 233-4188, linaree@lahc.edu                    HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
                                                                              and online, thnk of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001                 3.00 UNITS      the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I (CSU)
This beginning course in computer keyboarding is designed to                  COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 022                 5.00 UNITS
develop mastery of the keyboard and the fundamental keyboarding               MEDICAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES II
techniques.                                                                   Prerequisite: Completion of CAOT 21 or equivalent with a letter
7500 lec    8:00 - 9:25am MW              J.H. HEFFRON              T 210     grade of “C” or better.
&    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              J.H. HEFFRON          INTERNET      Required: Students take CAOT 64 or CAOT 185. This course
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus            continues medical transcription skill development at an advanced
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of   level.
the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.           7506 lec    10:15 - 11:20am TTh           L.L. UHARRIET             T 210
7501 lec    2:00 - 3:40pm TTh             E. LINARES                T 210     &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              L.L. UHARRIET         INTERNET
&    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              E. LINARES            INTERNET      HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus            and online, thnk of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of   the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
                                                                              COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 023                 5.00 UNITS
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 002                 3.00 UNITS      LEGAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES I
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II (CSU)                                                 Prerequisite: Completion of CAOT 2 or equivalent with a letter
Prerequisite: Completion of CAOT 1 with a letter grade of “C”                 grade ‘C’ or better.
or better or a 30 word-a-minute typing speed.                                 Required: Students take CAOT 64 or CAOT 185. Students may
This intermediate course offers instruction in letter placement and           use the computer to prepare specialized legal documents in civil
tabulation in addition to further development of speed and review of          litigation, probate, corporate, and real estate proceedings from
computer keyboarding techniques. Students should achieve a typing             machine dictation.
speed of at least 50 words-per-minute.                                        7507 lec    10:15 - 11:20am TTh           L.L. UHARRIET             T 210
7502 lec    8:00 - 9:25am MW              J.H. HEFFRON              T 210     &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              L.L. UHARRIET         INTERNET
&    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              J.H. HEFFRON          INTERNET      HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus            and online, thnk of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of   the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
7503 lec    2:00 - 3:30pm TTh             E. LINARES                T 210
&    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              E. LINARES            INTERNET
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.




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                           Los Angeles Harbor College


                THREE PROGRAMS—ONE PATH TO SUCCESS
EOPS Services:                                      EOPS Qualifications:
   Book Services (bookstore voucher, bookstore         California Resident
   rental, EOPS Library book loan)
                                                       Full-Time Enrollment (or a waiver from Special
   Cash Grants                                         Programs and Services)
   Counseling (educational planning, career plan-      Financial Need (receiving Board of Governors
   ning, personal counseling)                          Fee Waiver)
   Priority Registration                               Educational Disadvantage (low assessment
   University Transfer Assistance (including           scores, non-high school grad, low high school
   application fee waivers)                            g.p.a., first generation college student, non-
                                                       native English speaker, emancipated foster
   Educational and Per-
                                                       youth
   sonal Development
   Workshops


CARE Services:                                      CARE Qualifications:
   Cash Grants                                         Single parent of a child under 14 years old
   Gas Cards                                           Receiving CalWORKs benefits
   CARE Specific Workshops                             Eligible for EOPS
   Annual Events (Winter Holiday Recognition,
   Spring Conference, End-of-Year Banquet)
   Networking Opportunities


CalWORKs Services:                                  CalWORKs Qualifications:
   Career Planning                                      Current CalWORKs recipient
   Matriculation Assistance                             Current CalWORKs Welfare-To-Work plan
   County Services Coordina-                            Be referred by the county
   tion
                                                        Must either be a county self-initiated partici-
   Academic Counseling                                  pant (SIP), a county self-referred participant
   Work Study/Job Placement                             (WIW Plan without education), or a county

   Child Care

         EOPS/CARE: SSA 207 | (310) 233-4265 | www.lahc.edu/studentservices/eops
         CalWORKs: OV 1B | (310) 233-4459 | www.lahc.edu/studentservices/calworks
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 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 030                               3.00 UNITS      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082    3.00 UNITS
 OFFICE PROCEDURES (CSU)                                                                     MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE (CSU)
 Recommended CAOT 1, BUS 60 or ability to type 20 WPM.                                       Introduces commercially available software for business offices.
 Instruction for this course is offered in the classroom and on-line to                      Provides hands-on introduction to system, word processing,
 fit the busy schedule of students.                                                          database, spreadsheets, and electronic mail software. No previous
 7508 lec    4:30 - 6:40pm M                      E. LINARES                      T 210      computer experience required. This course may not be taken for
                                                                                             CIS credit.
 &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                     E. LINARES                  INTERNET
 HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus                          7509 lec    6:50 - 9:15pm Th              D.L. PRESLEY              T 210
 and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of                 &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              D.L. PRESLEY          INTERNET
 the on- campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.                         HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
                                                                                             and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
                                                                                             the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 047                               2.00 UNITS
 APPLIED OFFICE PRACTICE (RPT 3)
 Prerequisite: Completion of CAOT 2 with a letter grade of “C”                               COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 084   3.00 UNITS
 or better.                                                                                  MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: WORD PROCESSING (CSU)
 Students get practical experience in clerical office work.                                  (RPT 2)
 0972 lab 9:40 - 11:05am MW                       J.H. HEFFRON                       T 210   Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of a beginning
 EVENING CLASS                                                                               keyboarding course.
                                                                                             This course provides hands-on training in the latest Microsoft Word
 3031 lab 3:40 - 4:45pm TTh                       E. LINARES                         T 212   software and prepares students to take the Microsoft Certification
                                                                                             Exam. It includes beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of
 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 061                               1.00 UNITS      Microsoft Word. Instruction for this course is offered in the classroom
 INTRODUCTION TO OFFICE MACHINES                                                             and on-line to fit the busy schedule of students.
 This class teaches touch operating skills on the computer ten-key                           7511 lec    8:00 - 10:05am T              A.D. HALL                 T 210
 pad, emphasizing speed and accuracy. Same as Office Machines                                &    lab    3:50 hrs/wk TBA-              A.D. HALL             INTERNET
 001. Laboratory 2 hours and 10 minutes per week.                                            HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
 0974 lec    9:40 - 11:05am       MW              J.H. HEFFRON                       T 212   and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
 0975 lec    3:40 - 4:45pm        TTh             E. LINARES                         T 212   the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.

 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 064    1.00 UNITS                                 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 085    3.00 UNITS
 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES LABORATORY                                    MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET (CSU)
                                                                                             Recommended Preparation: Computer keyboard ability.
 (CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                               Course provides hands-on experience with spreadsheets. Students
 Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following:                                 learn to create, edit, format and print worksheets, graphs, and
 CAOT 1, 2, 9, 21-23.                                                                        reports. Covers use of formulas, functions and macros to analyze
 This lab provides additional skill development practice in conjunction                      data and automate tasks. CAOT. 85 may not be substituted for CIS
 with one or more courses from CAOT 1-23.                                                    16. CIS 16 may not be substituted for CAOT 85. This class is offered
 0976 lab 9:40 - 11:05am M                        J.H. HEFFRON                       T 210   once a year. Instruction for this course is offered in the classroom
 or   lab 9:40 - 11:05am W                        J.H. HEFFRON                       T 210   and on-line to fit the busy schedule of students.
 EVENING CLASS                                                                               7512 lec    1:50 - 4:20pm M               E. LINARES                T 210
 3030 lab 3:40 - 5:05pm T                         E. LINARES                         T 210   &    lab    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              E. LINARES            INTERNET
                                                                                             HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
 or   lab 3:40 - 5:05pm Th                        E. LINARES                         T 210   and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
                                                                                             the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.




                  (Special arrangements can be made to take most of these courses Online)




 To enroll or have you have questi the Business Division at (310) 233-4188 or (310) 233-4188 or visit the LAHC website: http//www.lahc.edu
To enroll, or if questions, please callons, call the Business Division at visit LAHC website: http://www.lahc.edu Summer/Fall Schedule for course offerings.



  32        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                                      LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 086     3.00 UNITS                                           COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 014                         3.00 UNITS
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: DATABASE (CSU) (RPT 1)                                              INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS (CSU)
This course provides students with in-depth, hands-on training                                         Recommended        Prerequisite:     Completion       of   Computer
with office database applications. Students will design, implement                                     Information Systems 1 or equivalent with a letter grade of ‘C’
and manage relational databases, and extract information from a                                        or better.
database and output it in customized forms, reports, mailings and                                      This course provides broad coverage of Internet and networking
web pages. Prepares students for certification exam in Access.                                         technology such as how the Internet works, connection methods,
7513 lec        6:50 - 9:15pm M                         D.L. PRESLEY                     T 210         hardware and software installation and troubleshooting, protocols,
&    lab        4:15 hrs/wk TBA-                        D.L. PRESLEY                 INTERNET          infrastructure, security, e-commerce. Introduces web page creation
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus                                     with HTML, authoring tools, graphics, style sheets, and programming.
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of                            Prepares students to take the industry standard iNet+ certification
the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.                                     exam.
                                                                                                       3109 lec    6:50 -10:00pm T              H. KOTELYAN           T 206
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 110    3.00 UNITS
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: PRESENTATION DESIGN                                                 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 023                          1.00 UNITS
(CSU) (RPT 1)                                                                                          PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
This course provides in-depth, hands-on training with PowerPoint                                       Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Computer Information
software and an overview of presentation design principles.                                            Systems lecture course.
Students will create and deliver presentations incorporating outlines,                                 If available, sign up for a lab taught by the same instructor as your
templates, fonts, graphics, transitions, sound, and animation.                                         other CIS class. Computers are used to complete assignments.
Prepares students for the certification exam. Instruction for this                                     0944 lab 11:10 - 12:15pm       TTh       C.L. DAVIS            T 206
course is offered in the classroom and on-line to fit the busy schedule                                0946 lab 11:10 - 12:15pm       MW        C.L. DAVIS            T 206
of students.
                                                                                                       EVENING CLASSES
7514 lec        4:50 - 6:50pm Th                        E. LINARES                       T 210
                                                                                                       3061 lab 6:50 - 8:55pm         T         H. KOTELYAN           T 206
&    lab        3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                       E. LINARES                   INTERNET
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus                                     3062 lab 6:50 - 8:55pm         M         STAFF                 T 206
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of                            INTERNET CLASSES
the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.                                     7618 lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                E.E. AMEH        INTERNET
                                                                                                       Contact esem.ameh@gmail.com as soon as you register. See PACE page

  COMPUT ER INFORMATION
                                                                                                       for more information.
                                                                                                       7678 lab    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             C.L. DAVIS       INTERNET
                                                                                                       Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
         SYST EMS                                                                                      COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 024                         2.00 UNITS
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, sandelsc@lahc.edu                                                     ACCOUNTING ON MICROCOMPUTERS (CSU)
                                                                                                       Recommended Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 1
Questions: Charles Davis, (310) 233-4179,daviscl@lahc.edu                                              or equivalent with a letter grade of “C” or better.
                                                                                                       Learn to use computerized accounting software to maintain
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 001                   3.00 UNITS                                          accounting and financial records for a business.
PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (UC:CSU)                                                     INTERNET CLASS
Recommended Prerequisite: Completion of Business 60 with a                                             7679 lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA-                C.L. DAVIS       INTERNET
letter grade of ‘C’ or better or the ability to touch type at 25                                       &    lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                C.L. DAVIS       INTERNET
words per minute with 95% accuracy.                                                                    Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
Corequisite: Computer Information Systems 23.
This is an introduction to the principles and operation of computer
systems used in business. Students learn about Windows, word                                           COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 064                          1.00 UNITS
processing, spreadsheet, database and Internet through hands-                                          MICROCOMPUTER LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
o n i n t e r a c t i o n w i t h t h e c o m p u t e r. T h i s c o u r s e d o e s n o t t e a c h   Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Computer Information
keyboarding skills.                                                                                    Systems lecture course.
0940 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh                             C.L. DAVIS                          T 202      Students should take a lab taught by the instructor of your other
0948 lec 9:35 - 11:00am MW                              C.L. DAVIS                          T 202      CIS class. Microcomputers are used to complete CIS assignments.
EVENING CLASS                                                                                          0932 lab 11:10 - 12:15pm       MW        C.L. DAVIS            T 206
3051 lec 6:50 -10:00pm W                                 A.A. WALSH                         T 206      0952 lab 11:10 - 12:15pm       TTh       C.L. DAVIS            T 206
INTERNET CLASSES                                                                                       EVENING CLASSES
7617 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                               E.E. AMEH                    INTERNET          3060 lab 6:50 - 8:55pm         T         H. KOTELYAN           T 206
Contact esem.ameh@gmail.com as soon as you register. See PACE page for                                 3063 lab 6:50 - 8:55pm         M         STAFF                 T 206
more information.
7669 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                        C.L. DAVIS                   INTERNET
Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 008                                                   3.00 UNITS
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (CSU)
Recommended        Prerequisite:    Completion    of   Computer
Information Systems 1 or equivalent with a letter grade of ‘C’
or better..                                                                                                         For important dates, see the
Corequisite: CIS 23 or CIS 64.
Provides in-depth hands-on training with Microsoft Office
applications; Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Covers concepts
                                                                                                                        Academic Calendar.
and operations needed to prepare for the certification exams in
these products.
3107 lec         6:50 -10:00pm M                         STAFF                              T 206



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                                                               C O M P U T E R S C I E N C E-
          Computer Technology
         Electronics Department
                                                                    INFORMATION
                                                                     T ECHNOLOGY
       COMPUTER REPAIR                                 Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
                &
                                                       COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 053                        1.00 UNITS
 COMPTIA CERTIFICATION TRAINING                        PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
        (Days & Evenings)                              Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any Computer Information
                                                       Systems, Computer Science Information Technology or
                                                       Computer Technology course.
                                                       Use of computers to complete programming assignments.
                                                       INTERNET CLASS
                                                       7633 lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                   L.M. LANE              INTERNET
                                                       Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.

                                                       COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 058       3.00 UNITS
                                                       COMPUTER LITERACY FOR THE LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT (UC:CSU)
                                                       This course develops critical thinking skills as applied to
                                                       technological advances. Students will gain computer literacy by
                                                       using the computer to evaluate issues. Hands-on projects using
                                                       Windows, Internet search and email, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
     •  Interested in learning how to perform          3381 lec 4:00 - 5:35pm TTh
                                                       INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                    L.M. LANE                   T 214
     your own PC repairs and upgrading your            7649 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                   L.M. LANE              INTERNET
     own PC system?                                    Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.

     •   Looking for courses to help prepare you       COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 340
                                                       PROGRAMMING IN C++ (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                                          3.00 UNITS
     to pass the COMPTIA Certification Exams            Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 123C with a grade of
     for A+, Net+, Server+ or Linux+?                  “C” or better.
                                                       Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Computer Science
                                                       Information Technology 053.
     •  Like “hands-on” training exercises             First semester college level programming course on the C++ language
     coupled with technical theory?                    Fundamentals of event-driven, project oriented programming. Focus is on
                                                       integrating problem solving analysis and design with object oriented programming
                                                       skills.
                                                       INTERNET CLASS
 Check out the offerings in Computer Tech (CT),        7637 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                    L.M. LANE                INTERNET
 Engineering Tech (ET) and Electronics (EL). We        &       lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -                 M.J. CHASTEK             INTERNET
 have several new courses in these areas including     Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
 Fiber Optics training (CT-81), and three new Skills
 Certificates (Computer Repair Tech, PC Network            COMPUT ER T ECHNOLOGY
 Tech and Fiber Optic Tech.) Drop by T-205 and
 talk with one of our faculty members, take a tour     Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
 of the lab or call Len Glover for more information    Questions: Len Glover, (310) 233-4272, gloverlw@lahc.edu
 (310) 233-4272.                                       COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 050                                            4.00 UNITS
                                                       BASIC ELECTRONICS (CSU)
                                                       Introduces basic direct current circuit analysis fundamentals to
                                                       students entering the field of electronics. Lecture presents DC
                                                       concepts through series parallel circuits. Selected topics include,
                                                       laboratory test equipment care and application, laboratory procedures
                                                       and report preparation, component identification, interpretation of
                                                       equipment specifications, technical problem solving techniques.
                                                       Lecture is complemented with a 3-hour laboratory session whereby;
                                                       experiments are utilized to reinforce lecture topics and concepts. A
                                                       materials fee of $10 is required.
                                                       0786 lec     12:50 - 4:00pm     T            L.W. GLOVER                  T 203
                                                       &    lab     12:50 - 4:00pm     Th           M.L. GLOVER                  T 203

                                                       COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 056                                            4.00 UNITS
                                                       COMPUTER LOGIC AND ARITHMETIC (UC:CSU)
                                                       8261 lec     12:50 - 4:00pm     M            L.W. GLOVER                  T 203
                                                       &    lab     12:50 - 4:00pm     W            L.W. GLOVER                  T 203
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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 052                         4.00 UNITS                 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 078                                                                            4.00 UNITS
FUNDAMENTAL COMPUTER CIRCUITS AND LABORATORY (CSU)                         INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK + (RPT 3)
Prerequisite: Completion of Computer Technology 61A or                     Recommended                        Prerequisite:                  Completion              of        Computer
equivalent with a grade of ‘C’ or better or concurrent enrollment.         Technology 076 with a grade of “C” or better.
This course presents the theory and application of direct current (DC)     This course is structured to provide Networking fundamentals
circuit analysis for series, parallel and complex circuits, as applied     outlined by COMPTIA, in order to prepare students to become
to computer circuits. Ohms Law, Kirchoff ’s and network theorem            N E T W O R K + C e r t i f i e d . To p i c s p r e s e n t e d d u r i n g l e c t u r e s / l a b s
analysis are emphasized in conjunction with resistive, capacitive,         i n c l u d e : N e t w o r k i n g F u n d a m e n t a l s , O S I m o d e l s & T C P / I P,
inductive and magnetic properties associated with combinational            I n s t a l l a t i o n s , N e t w o r k A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , S e c u r i t y, Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g ,
DC Circuit Analysis. A three hour per week laboratory accompanies          F a u l t To l e r a n c e a n d R e c o v e r y. S t u d e n t s a r e r e q u i r e d t o p r o v i d e
the three hour lecture per week, in order to reinforce lecture and         Students are required to provide $10 material fee.
textbook theory and applications. Students prepare technical reports       3566 lec            6:30 - 9:40pm              T                   D.M. MURRAY                                T 205
on their laboratory experiences. This course familiarizes students
with basic test measuring equipment used in the computer industry.         &    lab            6:30 - 9:40pm              Th                  C.G. NGUYEN                                T 205
Students are required to provide $10 material fee.
0863 lec   12:50 - 2:15pm   M           R. NADLER                  T 203   COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 185                          1.00 UNITS
&    lab   12:50 - 2:15     W           R. NADLER                  T 203   DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CSU) (RPT 2)
                                                                           Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in a CT course.
                                                                           Permits students to pursue directed study activities in computer
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 060                                     5.00 UNITS     t e c h n o l o g y, o n a c o n t r a c t b a s i s , u n d e r t h e s u p e r v i s i o n o f t h e
COMPUTER MATHEMATICS I                                                     assigned instructor.
This course in technical mathematics includes the operation of the         6043 lec            3:00 - 4:05pm               Th                 C.G. NGUYEN                                 BHS
calculator, signed numbers, powers of ten notation, operations with
algebraic expressions, fractional expressions, functions, quadratic        Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/23/2012, Ends 5/24/2012)
solutions, engineering & scientific notation, graphing, and application
of mathematics to technical applications. Successful completion of         COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 285                                                                            2.00 UNITS
this class (C or better), meets the math competency requirement            DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CSU)
for graduation under plans A and B for continuing students through         Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in a CT course.
spring 2009.                                                               Permits students to pursue directed study activities in computer
1231 lec 9:35 - 12:05pm TTh             L.W. GLOVER                T 203   t e c h n o l o g y, o n a c o n t r a c t b a s i s , u n d e r t h e s u p e r v i s i o n o f t h e
EVENING CLASS                                                              assigned instructor.
3617 lec 6:00 - 8:30pm TTh              L.W. GLOVER                T 203   6044 lec            3:00 - 5:10pm              Th                  C.G. NGUYEN                                 BHS
                                                                           Outreach class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/24/2012)
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 074                           4.00 UNITS
A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION/ INTRO TO COMPUTER REPAIR I
(RPT 3)
Personal computer (PC), hardware operating system characteristics
                                                                                            CRIMINA L JUSTICE
and basic troubleshooting/repair techniques are introduced. Students                                         -see Administration of Justice
will develop the ability to assemble/disassemble an operational PC,
perform system upgrades, learn and perform reformatting of HDDs
and identify/replace malfunctioning hardware and peripheral devices.
This is the first course for preparing students for A+ certification. A
materials fee of $10 is required.                                                                  CULINARY ARTS
3564 lec 6:30 - 9:40pm      M           C.G. NGUYEN                T 205
&    lab 6:30 - 9:40pm      W           C.G. NGUYEN                T 205   Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu
OUTREACH CLASS                                                             Questions: Giovanni Delrosario, (310) 233-4029, delrosgi@lahc.edu
6042 lec 3:00 - 5:05pm      MTW         C.G. NGUYEN                 BHS
Outeach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/20/2012, Ends 5/23/2012)           CULINARY ARTS 113                                                                                  3.00 UNITS
                                                                           CULINARY SKILLS I (CSU)
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 076                           4.00 UNITS               Master fundamental concepts, skills, and techniques in basic cookery.
A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION/ INTRO TO COMPUTER REPAIR II                  Emphasis is on ingredients, cooking theories, and procedures in
(RPT 3)                                                                    the preparation of meats, fish, poultry, stocks, soups, grand and
                                                                           compound sauces, vegetables, starches. Acquire organizational
Prerequisite: Completion of Computer Technology 74 with a                  skills, work coordination and knife skills.
grade of ‘C’ or better.
This course emphasizes hands-on training through a 3-hour                  0701 lec            6:30 - 7:35am               M                  G.J. DELROSARIO                       CAF 109
lecture and a 3-hour laboratory session. Students are introduced           &    lab            7:35 - 12:30pm              M                  G.J. DELROSARIO                       CAF 109
to current operating systems utilized on personal computers                Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.
(PC’s) and portable PC’s. Windows 2000, NT, XP and VISTA are
evaluated in terms of their function, structure, operation and
file management characteristics. Students learn techniques for             CULINARY ARTS 114                                                                                  2.00 UNITS
installation, configuration, memory management and upgrading               AROMATICS (CSU)
PC’s. Diagnosing & troubleshooting operating systems is stressed           In depth study of the history and purposes of herbs and spices in
in assigned lab projects. Students learn to set up basic networking        the context of world flavor profiles. Emphasis is on developing a
systems, preventative maintenance practices & follow standard              sense of taste for herbs, spices, blends and condiments, determining
safety practices. Initial set up procedures for monitors & printers        when and how much to use.
will be presented, in addition to troubleshooting & maintenance on         0702 lab           10:55 - 2:00pm               TW                 G.J. DELROSARIO                       CAF 109
these devices. Students are required to provide $10 material fee.          Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.
0862 lec 9:35 - 12:45pm M               D. HANKS                   T 205
&    lab 9:35 - 12:45pm W               D. HANKS                   T 205




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CULINARY ARTS 115                                                                       2.00 UNITS           CULINARY ARTS 126                                                 3.00 UNITS
FOOD FABRICATION (CSU)                                                                                       BAKING SKILLS (CSU) (RPT 3)
Participants learn how to fabricate meats, fish and poultry into                                             This course introduces basic principles of baking. Students create
portion-size cuts. Emphasis is on hotel and restaurant cuts, quality,                                        yeast dough, quick breads, doughnuts, fritters, pancakes and waffles,
yield, grading and costing the fabricated cuts.                                                              pies, cakes, cookies, custards, puddings, mousses, and soufflés.
0703 lec          6:30 - 7:35am           T                 G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         Functions of primary ingredients used in baking are also studied..
&    lab          7:35 - 10:45am          T                 G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         0709 lec     6:30 - 7:25am    W            G.W. JACKSON             CAF 109
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.                                              &    lab     7:35 - 12:30pm   W            G.W. JACKSON             CAF 109
                                                                                                             Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.
CULINARY ARTS 116                                                                       2.00 UNITS
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION AND PURCHASING (CSU)                                                                  CULINARY ARTS 133                                                 3.00 UNITS
Participants focus primarily on meats, fish, poultry, vegetables, fruits,                                    ADVANCE GARDE MANGER (CSU) (RPT 3)
herbs, spices, groceries, dairy, paper and other products; learn how                                         This course is a comprehensive look at the cold kitchen. Included
to recognize foods by their appearance, smell, texture and taste;                                            will be the study and preparation of classic and contemporary salads;
cover purchasing cycle and quality and quantity control.                                                     appetizers; canapes; cured meats; and classic charcuterie including
0704 lec          6:30 - 7:35am           W                 G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         sausage making, pates, galantines, and ballotines. Vegetable/fruit
                                                                                                             carvings and salt/ice carvings will be created to enhance buffet and
&    lab          7:35 - 10:45am          W                 G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         banquet presentations. Course emphasis is on visual presentation,
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.                                              taste, and teamwork in the cold kitchen.
                                                                                                             0693 lec     2:00 - 4:00pm    T            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
CULINARY ARTS 117                                                                       3.00 UNITS           &    lab     4:00 - 8:00pm    T            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
FOOD SANITATION AND SAFETY (CSU)
Introduction to food and environmental sanitation and safety in                                              CULINARY ARTS 134                                                 3.00 UNITS
the food production area. Focus on food-borne illnesses; origins;
food handling, receiving and storage practices; pest management                                              CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY CUISINE (CSU) (RPT 3)
and other safety procedures in the food service industry. Fulfills                                           This course introduces classic and contemporary cuisine in a fine
Servsafe certification.                                                                                      dining restaurant setting. Correct application of culinary skills
                                                                                                             including, plate presentation, organization, and timing in the
0705 lec          6:30 - 8:30am           Th                G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         production of a prix-fixe and a` la carte menu will be practiced.
&    lab          8:30 - 12:30pm          Th                G.J. DELROSARIO                  CAF 109         Escoffier ’s Guidelines and contemporary chefs’ philosophies are
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.                                              explored and examined in light of today’s understanding of food,
                                                                                                             nutrition, and presentation.
CULINARY ARTS 123                                                                       3.00 UNITS           0694 lec     2:00 - 4:00pm    M            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
CULINARY SKILLS II (RPT 3)                                                                                   &    lab     4:00 - 8:00pm    M            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
This course reinforces knowledge, skills and techniques of basic
cooking. Vegetable, starch, stock, soup and sauce cookery are                                                CULINARY ARTS 135                               3.00 UNITS
investigated and produced. This course will also develop skills
and techniques used in preparing, plating, and serving main course                                           DINING ROOM AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT (CSU) (RPT 3)
dishes.                                                                                                      The principles of service in a variety of types of restaurants will be
                                                                                                             emphasized. Food, wine, and spirits are studied from the standpoint
0706 lec          6:30 - 7:35am           M                 G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109         of merchandising and sales. Exposure to tabletop design, American
&    lab          7:35 - 12:30pm          M                 G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109         restaurant trends and sales, reservation systems, inventory, cost
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.                                              management and dining room and beverage management will
                                                                                                             complete the service course. The course will prepare students to
                                                                                                             take the ‘Serv-Safe Alcohol’ exam for the State of California.
CULINARY ARTS 124                                                                       3.00 UNITS           0695 lec     2:00 - 4:00pm    Th           G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
MENU PLANNING AND NUTRITION (RPT 3)                                                                          &    lab     4:00 - 8:00pm    Th           G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
This course emphasizes menu planning for a variety of commercial
and institutional foodservice operations. Layout and design of the
printed menus are studied. Basic nutrition principles and theories                                           CULINARY ARTS 136                                                 3.00 UNITS
for various dietary groups are investigated. Healthful foods that are                                        RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT (CSU) (RPT 3)
pleasing both to the eyes and the palate will be prepared to cater                                           This course will identify the crucial elements and relationships
to the growing number of health-minded customers.                                                            involved in the successful operation of a restaurant. The skills
0707 lec          6:30 - 7:35am           T                 G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109         required by the restaurant manager to bring together the customer,
&    lab          7:35 - 12:30pm          T                 G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109         operation, and employees to create positive results will also be
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.                                              studied.
                                                                                                             0696 lec     2:00 - 4:00pm    W            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
CULINARY ARTS 125                                                                       3.00 UNITS           &    lab     4:00 - 8:00pm    W            G.J. DELROSARIO          CAF 109
BREAKFAST AND LUNCH COOKERY (RPT 3)
This course covers basic skills needed to prepare breakfast and
lunch in a foodservice operation. Organization, maintaining a smooth
workflow on the line, the presentation and garnishing of foods, basic
m e t h o d o f e g g c o o k e r y, v a r i o u s q u i c k b r e a d s , g r a i n s , b r e a k f a s t
beverages, potatoes, meats, and fish are emphasized. A variety
of contemporary lunch items are prepared and served in a casual
operation. Emphasis is on quality food presentation, quantity food
production, and timing.
0708 lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA -                          G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109
&    lab         4:05 hrs/wk TBA -                          G.W. JACKSON                     CAF 109
Students must enroll in all Culinary Arts courses concurrently.




   36            College Information                                                                                                            LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
                                                                        DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 037Z                                                    2.00 UNITS
              DEVELOPMENTA L                                            COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) (RPT 1)
                                                                        Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Developmental
             COMMUNICATIONS                                             C o m m u n i c a t i o n s 2 3 o r 3 5 o r 7 6 . T h i s c l a s s i s o p e n - e n t r y. S e l f -
                                                                        paced individualized instruction to improve reading and study skills.
                                                                        0186 lec        2:05 hrs/wk TBA -                         S.T. KHAN                       LAC 111
Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 020
FUNDAMENTALS OF READING AND WRITING (NDA) (RPT 1)
                                                  6.00 UNITS                                       DIGITA L ART
Prerequisite: Completion of Developmental Communications                                                 -see Art and Photogaphy
35 with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate score on
assessment test.
This course prepares students for English 21 with an emphasis on
the mastery of basic reading and writing skills needed for college
transfer and vocational programs.
0180 lec 9:35 - 12:45pm TTh           S.T. KHAN               NEA 219
                                                                                                        DRAFTING
EVENING CLASS                                                           Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
3168 lec 6:55 -10:05pm MW             N.M. RICARD             NEA 219   Questions: Craig Sutherland, (310) 233-4271, suthercd@lahc.edu
DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 035                        3.00 UNITS      DRAFTING 001                                                                         3.00 UNITS
READING I: FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) (RPT 2)                                   GENERAL DRAFTING (CSU)
The purpose of this course is improvement of college reading and        Sketching and drafting techniques for beginners. Includes
study skills with an emphasis on reading comprehension, reading         orthographics, dimensioning, sectioning, auxiliaries, isometrics,
rate and vocabulary.                                                    screw threads and assemblies. Students are required to provide
0184 lec 8:00 - 9:25am MW             S.T. KHAN               NEA 219   $5.00 worth of instructional and other materials in order to complete
EVENING CLASS                                                           this class.
3169 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th             S.T. KHAN               NEA 219   0784 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm MW                                C.D. SUTHERLAND                     T 103
                                                                        0785 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm TTh                               W.L. HEFFERN                        T 103
DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 037Y                       1.00 UNITS      EVENING CLASSES
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) (RPT 1)                                 3530 lab 3:00 - 6:00pm MW                                 C.D. SUTHERLAND                     T 103
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Developmental                     3509 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm MW                                 C.D. SUTHERLAND                     T 103
Communications 23 or 35 or 76..                                         3510 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm TTh                                W.L. HEFFERN                        T 103
This class is open-entry. Self-paced individualized instruction to
improve reading and study skills.
0185 lec    1:05 hrs/wk TBA -         S.T. KHAN               LAC 111




           If you are enrolled in Dev Com 037Y or 037Z, or have been referred by your
           professor, come to the Literacy Center during the first week of the semester for a
           syllabus and detailed information.


                                                                                                    (1-Unit) #0185 1:05 hrs/wk
                   LAC 111                                                                          S.T. Khan LAC 111


                                                                                                    (2 Units) #0186 2:05 hrs/wk
            (310) 233-4238                                                                          S.T. Khan LAC 111



             The Literacy Center provides individualized self-paced instruction in reading,
                                     vocabulary, and study skills.

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DRAFTING 004                                               4.00 UNITS     DRAFTING 017                                               2.00 UNITS
APPLIED DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY (CSU)                                        BLUEPRINT READING II (CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 009 with a grade of “C”              Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 016 with a grade of “C”
or better.                                                                or better.
This course contains a thorough applied descriptive geometry              Interpreting advanced mechanical drawings.
unit which includes advanced auxiliary projection, definitions,           0790 lec 1:00 - 1:30pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 103
and solutions of lines and planes, revolution, intersections, and
developments of planes and solids. Contour lines, topography, and         &    lab 1:30 - 2:35pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 103
vector analysis are introduced. Cam mechanisms are also reviewed.         0791 lec 1:00 - 1:30pm      MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
0797 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm MW              C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 107    &    lab 1:30 - 2:35pm      MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
EVENING CLASS                                                             0793 lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA-               C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
3512 lab 6:00 - 9:00pm MW               C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 107    &    lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-               C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
                                                                          EVENING CLASSES
DRAFTING 006                                               3.00 UNITS     3515 lec 6:00 - 7:05pm      Th          W.L. HEFFERN             T 103
TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY (CSU)                                              &    lab 7:05 - 9:10pm      Th          W.L. HEFFERN             T 103
This course will explore the interrelationships between technology        3517 lec 6:00 - 7:05pm      W           C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
and society. Topics include social factors that impact technology         &    lab 7:05 - 9:10pm      W           C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103
(historical, political, economic, ethical and environmental), and the
ways in which technology affects society. This course is appropriate
for students in both technical and non-technical majors.                  DRAFTING 050                                     4.00 UNITS
0840 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   MW         C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 107    PRODUCTION DRAFTING USING SOLIDWORKS (CSU) (RPT 1)
                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of one year of high school drafting or
DRAFTING 009                                               3.00 UNITS     equivalent within the last five years.
                                                                          Applies drafting to the latest microfilm and ANSI regulations. Includes
MECHANICAL DRAFTING (CSU)                                                 geometrical tolerancing, screw threads, gears, castings, auxiliaries
Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 001 and Drafting 050 with            and metric conversion using Solid Works. Students are required to
grades of “C” or better.                                                  provide $5.00 worth of instructional and other materials in order to
Recommended corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Drafting 051.           complete this class.
This course reviews primary and introduces secondary auxiliary
projection. It investigates and applies limits and fits and geometrical   0794 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm    TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
tolerancing (ANSI Y14.5) in tolerance studies. Bearings and retaining     &    lab 12:35 - 2:00pm     TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
ring designs are incorporated in layouts and ink drawings. Technical      **** lab 1:00 - 4:00pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
illustration including axonometric projection and perspectives is         EVENING CLASS
included. Combined graphical and mathematical solutions to design
problems are required throughout. The student is required to prepare      3518 lec 6:00 - 7:25pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
a professional type resume.                                               &    lab 7:30 - 8:55pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
0842 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm MW              C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 107
EVENING CLASS                                                             DRAFTING 051                                               4.00 UNITS
3523 lab 6:00 - 9:00pm MW               C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 107    TOOLING DRAFTING (CSU) (RPT 1)
                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 001, 050 and 055 and
                                                                          Engineering Technology 048 with grades of “C” or better.
DRAFTING 016                                               2.00 UNITS     Design of basic drill jigs, mill and lathe fixtures. Includes the
BLUEPRINT READING I (CSU)                                                 application of geometrical to learning the principles of gauging.
Interpretation of multi-view mechanical drawings prepared by various      Students are required to provide $5.00 worth of instructional and
companies within the industry.                                            other materials in order to complete this class.
0788 lec 1:00 - 1:30pm       MW         C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103    0796 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm    TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
&    lab 1:30 - 2:35pm       MW         C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103    &    lab 12:35 - 2:00pm     TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
0800 lec 11:10 - 11:40am     TTh        W.L. HEFFERN             T 103    EVENING CLASS
&    lab 11:40 - 12:40pm     TTh        W.L. HEFFERN             T 103    3531 lec 6:00 - 7:25pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
0801 lec 1:00 - 1:30pm       TTh        W.L. HEFFERN             T 103    &    lab 7:30 - 8:55pm      TTh         W.L. HEFFERN             T 105
&    lab 1:30 - 2:35pm       TTh        W.L. HEFFERN             T 103
EVENING CLASSES                                                           DRAFTING 055                                      3.00 UNITS
3514 lec 6:00 - 7:05pm       M          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103    COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING (UC:CSU) (RPT 2)
&    lab 7:05 - 9:10pm       M          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 103    Prerequisite: Completion of one year of high school drafting
3516 lec 6:00 - 7:05pm       T          W.L. HEFFERN              TBA     or equivalent.
                                                                          Students operate computer aided drafting (CAD) equipment, prepare
&    lab 7:05 - 9:10pm       T          W.L. HEFFERN              TBA     drawings on a CRT, and produce commercial quality drawings using
                                                                          plotters. Auto CAD language is used. A basic drafting competency
                                                                          test is administered at the first meeting. Students are required to
                                                                          provide $5.00 worth of instructional and other materials in order to
                                                                          complete this class.
                                                                          0798 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm    MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          &    lab 12:15 - 1:40pm     MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          **** lec 1:00 - 3:05pm      M           C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          &    lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          EVENING CLASSES
                                                                          3536 lec 3:00 - 5:00pm      MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          3539 lec 6:50 - 7:55pm      MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105
                                                                          &    lab 8:00 - 9:25pm      MW          C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 105


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 38        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
DRAFTING 056                                   3.00 UNITS                ECONOMICS 002                                              3.00 UNITS
AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING USING MASTERCAM (CSU) (RPT 2)                    PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 050 with a grade of ‘C’ or          Recommended prerequisite: Eligibility for English 101, or
better.                                                                  eligibility for and concurrent enrollment in English 28.
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Drafting 082.                      Explores the problems of unemployment, inflation, and government
Course introduces the student to the fundamentals and principles         policies relating to these problems.
of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) as applied to mills and lathes       0104 lec 8:00 - 11:10am     F           F. CHAN                 NEA 118
using MasterCAM. Students are required to provide $10.00 worth           0717 lec 9:35 - 11:00am     MW          G.E. MILLER             NEA 121
of instructional and other materials in order to complete this class.
                                                                         0718 lec 9:35 - 11:00am     TTh         C.M. CHIMA              NEA 121
0804 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm    TTh        W.L. HEFFERN              T 105   0719 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm    MW          G.E. MILLER             NEA 121
&    lab 12:15 - 1:40pm     TTh        W.L. HEFFERN              T 105   EVENING CLASS
EVENING CLASS                                                            3525 lec 6:55 -10:05pm      T           M. FRADKIN              NEA 118
3540 lec 6:00 - 7:25pm     TTh         W.L. HEFFERN              T 105   4930 lec 7:55 - 9:00pm      Th          C.M. CHIMA                 TBA
&    lab 7:30 - 8:55pm     TTh         W.L. HEFFERN              T 105   &    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-               C.M. CHIMA                 TBA
                                                                         &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-               C.M. CHIMA                 TBA
DRAFTING 081                                              1.00 UNITS     PACE Class (16 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
PROJECTS LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)                                        INTERNET CLASS
Prerequisite: Completion of Drafting 009 and 056 with grades
of “C” or better.                                                        7689 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               F. CHAN                INTERNET
Advanced industry-simulated problems requiring the application of        Contact chanf@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for more
previously-learned skills.                                               information on this class.
0806 lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              C.D. SUTHERLAND           T 105
EVENING CLASS                                                            ECONOMICS 005                                              3.00 UNITS
3541 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm W               C.D. SUTHERLAND           T 105   ECONOMICS FOR THE CITIZEN (CSU)
                                                                         General Economics class is not intended for Business Major
DRAFTING 082                                              2.00 UNITS     Transfers. Check with your counselor.
CAD DRAFTING LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)                                    3015 lec    6:55 -10:05pm W             F. CHAN                 NEA 118
Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Drafting 004, 009, 050,
051, 052, 055, or 056.
Use of computers and drafting equipment to complete assignments.
0807 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm MW             C.D. SUTHERLAND           T 103
                                                                                           ELECTRONICS
0808 lab 11:00 - 2:10pm TTh            W.L. HEFFERN              T 105   Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
0810 lab 3:00 - 6:00pm MW              C.D. SUTHERLAND           T 103
EVENING CLASS
                                                                         Questions: Len Glover, (310) 233-4272, gloverlw@lahc.edu
3542 lab 6:00 - 9:00pm TTh             W.L. HEFFERN              T 103
                                                                         ELECTRONICS 004                                            4.00 UNITS
                                                                         FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS I (CSU)
                   ECONOMICS                                             This course presents the theory and application of direct current (DC)
                                                                         circuit analysis for series, parallel and complex circuits, as applied
                                                                         to computer circuits. Ohms Law, Kirchoff ’s and network theorem
                                                                         analysis are emphasized in conjunction with resistive, capacitive,
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu             inductive and magnetic properties associated with combinational
                                                                         DC Circuit Analysis. A three hour per week laboratory accompanies
ECONOMICS 001                                             3.00 UNITS     the three hour lecture per week, in order to reinforce lecture and
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (UC:CSU)                                       textbook theory and applications. Students prepare technical reports
Recommended: Economics 2 should be taken before Economics 1.             on their laboratory experiences. This course familiarizes students
Recommended prerequisite: Eligibility for English 101, or eligibility    with basic test measuring equipment used in the computer industry.
for and concurrent in English 28. This course is an introduction to      Students are required to provide $10 material fee.
the principles of economic analysis and economic policy.                 0815 lec   12:50 - 4:00pm   M           R. NADLER                 T 203
0715 lec 8:00 - 9:25am MW              G.E. MILLER             NEA 118   &    lab   12:50 - 4:00pm   W           R. NADLER                 T 203
0716 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh           C.M. CHIMA              NEA 121
EVENING CLASS                                                            ELECTRONICS 020                                            4.00 UNITS
3557 lec 6:55 -10:05pm M               M. FRADKIN              NEA 121   ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I (CSU)
INTERNET CLASSES                                                         Recommended:         Concurrent    enrollment      in    Engineering
                                                                         Technology 49.
7683 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              F. CHAN                INTERNET   Introduces basic direct current circuit analysis fundamentals to
PACE Internet Course. For more information, see PACE page .              students entering the field of electronics. Lecture presents DC
Contact chanf@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                          concepts through series parallel circuits. Selected topics include,
                                                                         laboratory test equipment care and application, laboratory procedures
                                                                         and report preparation, component identification, interpretation of
                                                                         equipment specifications, technical problem solving techniques.
                                                                         Lecture is complemented with a 3-hour laboratory session whereby;
                                                                         experiments are utilized to reinforce lecture topics and concepts.
                                                                         Students are required to provide $10.00 worth of instructional and
                                                                         other material fees.
                                                                         0816 lec   12:50 - 4:00pm   T           L.W. GLOVER               T 203
                                                                         &    lab   12:50 - 4:00pm   Th          M.L. GLOVER               T 203




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ELECTRONICS 054                                                                      4.00 UNITS          ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 081                                                                  1.00 UNITS
COMPUTER LOGIC (CSU)                                                                                     FABRICATION TECHNIQUES (CSU)
This course covers the basic theory and application of logic circuitry                                   This course provides laboratory experience in fabrication principles
as applied in digital computers. Boolean algebra,                                                        u t i l i z e d i n t h e e l e c t r o n i c s & c o m p u t e r t e c h n o l o g y f i e l d s . To p i c s
number systems, coding and decoding, truth tables, logic maps,                                           included are familiarization & usage of hand tools, sheet metal tools,
basic logic gates, combinational logic circuits, flip/flops,                                             soldering techniques, RJ-45 connectors, drilling/tapping procedures,
arithmetic circuits, counters, registers, and concepts of storage                                        and fabricating enclosures to specs. Students learn to use vernier
devices are thoroughly discussed. The use of a digital trainer is                                        calipers, corner notchers, pan & brake, drill press, band saw and
used to reinforce these concepts and applications. In addition,                                          belt sanders. Students complete lab projects to demonstrate their
mechnical report writing is emphasized.                                                                  proficiency in basic fabrication techniques. A $10.00 material fee
0851 lec        12:50 - 4:00pm           M                L.W. GLOVER                         T 203      is required.
&    lab        12:50 - 4:00pm           W                L.W. GLOVER                         T 203      0820 lab          10:00 - 2:05pm            F                 M.L. GLOVER                            T 201



  EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT                                                                                        ENGINEERING, GENERA L
        ASSISTANT                                                                                        Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
                                                                                                         Questions: Craig Sutherland, (310) 233-4271, suthercd@lahc.edu
Division Chair: Lynn Yamakawa, (310) 233-4262, yamakalm@lahc.edu
                                                                                                         ENGINEERING, GENERAL 111                         3.00 UNITS
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT 010A                                                  6.00 UNITS          INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAFTING USING SOLIDWORKS
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN IA AMBULANCE                                                                (UC:CSU)
This course is offered in two modules. Module A (lecture) and                                            Prerequisite: Completion of Engineering General 912 with a
Module B (Lab) must be taken concurrently. Eligibility for                                               grade of ‘C’ or better, or one year of high school or college
English 101 is recommended preparation for Module A. For                                                 drafting.
Module B, a valid American Heart Association Healthcare                                                  Applies drafting to the latest microfilm and ANSI regulations. Includes
Provider BCLS card must be presented to the instructor on the                                            geometrical tolerancing, screw threads, gears, castings, auxiliaries
first day of class.                                                                                      and metric conversion using Solid Works. Students are required to
The primary focus of this course is to provide basic emergency                                           provide $5.00 worth of instructional and other materials.
medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients                                       0819 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                                  W.L. HEFFERN                           T 105
who access the emergency medical system. Upon the successful                                             &    lab 12:35 - 2:00pm TTh                                   W.L. HEFFERN                           T 105
completion of Modules 10A and 10B, the student will be eligible                                          EVENING CLASS
t o t h e N a t i o n a l R e g i s t r y E m e r g e n c y m e d i c a l Te c h n i c i a n ( E M T )
examination. This course is approved by the Los Angeles County                                           3422 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm TTh                                    W.L. HEFFERN                           T 105
Emergency Medical Services Agency.
3439 lec         4:00 - 7:25pm          MW                G.J. WEISS                       NU 149        ENGINEERING, GENERAL 112                                                                    3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                         ENGINEERING DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY (UC:CSU)
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT 010B                                                  2.00 UNITS          Prerequisites: Completion of Engineering General 111 and
                                                                                                         Mathematics 265 with a grade of “C” or better, or concurrent
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN IB AMBULANCE                                                                enrollment in Mathematics 265.
This course is offered in two modules. Module A (lecture) and                                            This course in graphical representation applies the fundamental
Module B (Lab) must be taken concurrently. Eligibility for                                               principles of lines, planes, revolutions, vectors, and development
English 101 is recommended preparation for Module A. For                                                 of surfaces. Special emphasis is placed on the ability to visualize
Module B, a                                                                                              and solve three-dimensional problems found in various areas of
valid American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS                                                engineering. An introduction to nomographic techniques is included.
card must be presented to the instructor on the first day of                                             0802 lab 11:10 - 2:30pm MW                                    C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 107
class.
This course allows students to practice and perform the psychomotor                                      EVENING CLASS
skills within the EMT scope of practice to include airway and                                            3548 lab 6:50 -10:00pm MW                                     C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 107
breathing, cardiovascular and pharmacological interventions, and
trauma care. A 20-hour clinical experience is a required part of                                         ENGINEERING, GENERAL 912                                                                    3.00 UNITS
this course.
3440 lab         6:00 - 9:25pm          T                 G.J. WEISS                       NU 149
                                                                                                         ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING DRAFTING
                                                                                                         Prerequisites: None. Sketching and drafting techniques for
                                                                                                         beginners. Includes orthographics, dimensioning, sectioning,
                                                                                                         auxiliaries, isometrics, screw threads and assemblies. Also covers
ENGINEERING T ECHNICIAN                                                                                  metric. Students are required to provide $5.00 worth of instructional
                                                                                                         and other materials in order to complete this class.
                                                                                                         0811 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm MW                                    C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 103
Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu                                       0812 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm TTh                                   W.L. HEFFERN                           T 103
Questions: Len Glover, (310) 233-4272, gloverlw@lahc.edu                                                 0814 lab 3:00 - 6:10pm MW                                     C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 103
                                                                                                         EVENING CLASSES
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 049                                                           5.00 UNITS          3560 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm MW                                     C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 103
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II                                                                                 3561 lab 6:00 - 9:10pm TTh                                    W.L. HEFFERN                           T 105
This course in technical mathematics includes the operation of the
calculator, signed numbers, powers of ten notation, operations with                                      3565 lab 6:50 -10:00pm MW                                     C.D. SUTHERLAND                        T 103
algebraic expressions, fractional expressions, functions, quadratic
solutions, engineering & scientific notation, graphing, and application
of mathematics to technical applications. Successful completion of
this class (C or better), meets the math competency requirement
for graduation under plans A and B for continuing students through
spring 2009.
0818 lec 9:35 - 12:05pm TTh                               L.W. GLOVER                         T 203
EVENING CLASS
3406 lec 6:00 - 8:30pm TTh                                L.W. GLOVER                         T 203

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                                                                         ENGLISH 031                                                                            5.00 UNITS
   ENGINEERING, GENERA L                                                 COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL READING
                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of English 21 or 73 with a grade of “P”
        T ECHNOLOGY                                                      or appropriate score on assessment test.
                                                                         This course serves as a five hour alternative to English 28. Student
                                                                         will review grammar and sentence structure for effective writing
                                                                         skills.
ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 028                       3.00 UNITS     3186 lec          7:05 - 9:35pm          TTh               S.D. BROWN                      NEA 209
TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY (CSU)
Interrelationship between technology and society.                        ENGLISH 067                                                                            0.50 UNITS
0841 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   MW        C.D. SUTHERLAND          T 213    WRITING LABORATORY (NDA) (RPT 3)
                                                                         T h i s c l a s s i s o p e n - e n t r y. R e c o m m e n d e d f o r s t u d e n t s w a n t i n g t o
                                                                         improve their writing skills for success in class. Completion of 27
                        ENGLISH                                          hours required.
                                                                         0211 lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA -                                 C. CARRILLO                   LAC 104A
Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu              ENGLISH 101                                                                            3.00 UNITS
                                                                         COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU)
ENGLISH 021                                               3.00 UNITS     Prerequisite: Completion of English 28 or 31 with a “C” or
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA)                                               better or appropriate score on assessment test.
Prerequisite: Completion of Developmental Communications 20              English 101 is a transfer Reading & Composition course designed
with a grade of ‘C’ or better or appropriate score on assessment         to prepare students to handle a wide range of college writing
test.                                                                    assignments and to acquire the analytic skills necessary for effective
English 21 is an entry-level course which emphasizes improvement         academic preparation. Stress is placed on the organization and
of writing skills, including grammar, punctuation, paragraph and short   composition of objective expository and argumentative essays,
essay development. This is a pass/no pass class.                         including the research paper.
0191 lec 8:00 - 9:25am       TTh       S.J. SWAIM             NEA 107    0216     lec      8:00 - 9:25am           MW               J.R. CORBALLY                   NEA 203
0192 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      MW        K.E. TURNER            NEA 109    0217     lec      8:00 - 9:25am           TTh              K.J. STODDART                   NEA 207
0193 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      TTh       H. SAVARD              NEA 209    0218     lec      8:00 - 9:25am           TTh              J.M. SLAMA                      NEA 203
0195 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm     MW        A. CRUM                NEA 201    0219     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          MW               D. DREW                         NEA 203
EVENING CLASSES                                                          0220     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          MW               K. AMANO-TOMPKINS               NEA 205
3166 lec 6:40 -10:05pm       M         STAFF                  NEA 107    0221     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          MW               M. DI DOMENICO                  NEA 101
3167 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       T         E.R. SANBORN           NEA 205    0222     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          TTh              A.L. WARREN                     NEA 205
                                                                         0223     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          TTh              K.J. STODDART                   NEA 207
ENGLISH 028                                               3.00 UNITS     0224     lec      9:00 - 12:10pm          F                A.M. MINAMI                     NEA 207
INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION                                     0225     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          MW               D.M. DREW                       NEA 109
Prerequisite: Completion of English 21 or English 73 with a              0226     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          MW               M.R. BOYER                      NEA 209
grade of ‘P’ or appropriate score on assessment test.                    0227     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          TTh              D. DUMARS                       NEA 107
English 28 is the final preparatory course in composition and critical
reading. Emphasis is placed on a review of grammar, mechanics, and       0228     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          TTh              D. LECHMAN                      NEA 105
paragraph writing. Students will write essays on various rhetorical      0230     lec      2:20 - 3:45pm           MW               M.R. BOYER                      NEA 209
patterns and will be introduced to research techniques. It is designed   ****     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          MW               C. CARRILLO                     NEA 217
to assist the student to make the transition to English 101.
                                                                         Puente Program Students Only.
0199 lec 8:00 - 9:25am       TTh       D. LECHMAN             NEA 109    EVENING CLASSES
0200 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm      F         S.J. SWAIM             NEA 107    3163 lec 6:40 -10:05pm                   M                 W.M. WALSH                      NEA 207
0201 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      MW        E.K. ANDERSON          NEA 219    3181 lec 6:55 -10:05pm                   W                 L.A. GAYDOSH                    NEA 205
0202 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      MW        A. CRUM                NEA 201    3182 lec 6:55 -10:05pm                   T                 D. MASTERS                      NEA 217
0203 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      TTh       C. CARRILLO            NEA 107    3183 lec 6:55 -10:05pm                   Th                A. IMBARUS                      NEA 205
0204 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      TTh       D.D. DUMARS            NEA 109    4916 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                   W                 D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 117
0205 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm     MW        H.E. SAVARD            NEA 205    &    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                  D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 117
0206 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm     TTh       H.E. SAVARD            NEA 205    &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                                  D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 117
0207 lec 2:20 - 3:45pm       MW        K.J. STODDART          NEA 217    PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
0208 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm      MW        K. AMANO-TOMPKINS      NEA 205    4933 lec         5:45 - 7:50pm Th                          D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 127
0209 lec 9:35 - 11:00am      MW        K.J. STODDART          NEA 209    &    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                          D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 127
EVENING CLASSES                                                          &    lec         2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                          D.J. HUDSON                     NEA 127
3170 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm       T         J.R. GROOMS            NEA 207    PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
3171 lec 3:00 - 6:30pm       M         P.P. HOOVLER           NEA 207    SATURDAY CLASS
3172 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       W         W.M. WALSH             NEA 207    7033 lec 8:00 - 11:10am S                                  L.A. GAYDOSH                    NEA 207
3174 lec 6:55 -10:05pm       Th        D.N. MYERS             NEA 207    INTERNET CLASSES
INTERNET CLASS                                                           7620 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                  J.R. CORBALLY                INTERNET
7658 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-          D.M. HUMPHREYS        INTERNET        Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.
Contact DMHumphreys55@yahoo.com as soon as you register.                 7631 lec         3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          K.J. STODDART                INTERNET
SATURDAY CLASS                                                           Contact stoddakj@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
7034 lec 8:00 - 11:10am      S         A.A. BOYCE             NEA 205




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ENGLISH 102                                                 3.00 UNITS     ENGLISH 204                                              3.00 UNITS
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU)                                WORLD LITERATURE II (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or             Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
better.                                                                    better.
Continues the development of skillful reading and writing, using the       The subject matter in English 203 is continued. Selections include
material of short stories, plays, and poetry.                              Neo-Classic, Romantic, Realistic and modern periods.
0233   lec    8:00 - 9:25am     MW       K.J. STODDART          NEA 217    INTERNET CLASS
0234   lec   12:45 - 2:10pm     TTh      H.E. SAVARD            NEA 205    7625 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                J.R. CORBALLY    INTERNET
0235   lec    9:35 - 11:00am    TTh      J.R. CORBALLY          NEA 203    Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.
0236   lec    9:35 - 11:00am    MW       A.L. WARREN            NEA 207
0237   lec    2:20 - 3:45pm     MW       H.E. SAVARD            NEA 205    ENGLISH 205                                              3.00 UNITS
****   lec    9:35 - 11:00am    MW       A.L. WARREN            NEA 207    ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)
Honors Course. See Honors Counselor for approval to enroll in the class.   Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
                                                                           better.
EVENING CLASSES                                                            The literature of England from the old English period to the late
3184 lec 6:40 -10:05pm M                 P.A. DASKIVICH        NEA 205     Neo-Classical period.
3185 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                 J.R. GROOMS           NEA 207     INTERNET CLASS
INTERNET CLASS                                                             7626 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                A.L. WARREN      INTERNET
7622 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA -               A.L. WARREN         INTERNET      Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.
                                                                           ENGLISH 207                                              3.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 137                                                  1.00 UNITS    AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)
LIBRARY RESEARCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)                                 Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or             better.
better or concurrent enrollment.                                           This course introduces American writers and writings from colonial
The student locates, evaluates, interprets, and organizes information      times to 1865. Students will become acquainted with writers who
from a wide variety of library sources with the object of producing        suggest the diversity of subject and opinion in American literature.
a research paper.                                                          INTERNET CLASS
3187 lec      5:20 - 6:30pm     T        S. BROWN              NEA 218     7652 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                A.L. WARREN      INTERNET
                                                                           Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.
ENGLISH 185                                                  1.00 UNITS
DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH (CSU) (RPT 2)                                     ENGLISH 208                                              3.00 UNITS
0288 lec     1:05 hrs/wk TBA-            C. CARRILLO            NEA 218    AMERICAN LITERATURE II (UC:CSU)
                                                                           Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
ENGLISH 203                                                 3.00 UNITS     better.
WORLD LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)                                                This course is a study of selected American writers from 1865 to
                                                                           present.
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
better.                                                                    0245   lec   11:10 - 12:35pm MW          S.W. MCMURRAY      NEA 207
A survey of literature of the Western World, from the Golden Age of        4910   lec    7:55 -10:00pm T            D.J. HUDSON           TBA
Greece to the Renaissance.                                                 &      lec   2:05 hrs/wk TBA-            D.J. HUDSON           TBA
INTERNET CLASS                                                             &      lec   2:25 hrs/wk TBA-            D.J. HUDSON           TBA
7624 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                J.R. CORBALLY       INTERNET      (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.



       Language Arts Learning Center                                        Meet the Faculty
                  If you are enrolled in an
                 English 21, 28, or 101 class,
                       you can enroll in
                  English 185 -
                 Directed Study
                               Section 0288
       Come to the Language Arts Learning Center
                 to work on self-paced,
            self-directed learning activities
                that will assist you with
              grammar and writing skills.
 To use the Center, you must be enrolled in an English class.
                                                                              Hale Savard is the new full-time faculty member
       Hours of operation will be posted in NEA 218.
                                                                              in the English Department.


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ENGLISH COURSE SEQUENCE
           English as a Second Language                           English Course Sequence
                 Course Sequence                                       (English ENL Sequence)
                    (English ESL Sequence)
                                                                         Developmental
                                                                       Communications 35
                                                                                3 units
                          English 84                                     Reading Fundamentals
                             5 units                                     Non-Degree Applicable
  ESL 3             For students whose native
                     language is not English
                     Non-Degree Applicable
                                                                         Developmental
                                                                       Communications 20
                                                                                 6 units
  ESL 2                   English 85                                     Reading & Writing Skills
                             5 units                                     Non-Degree Applicable
                    For students whose native
                     language is not English
                        CSU Transferable                                  English 21 or 73
  ESL 1                                                                         3 units
                                                                           Credit/Non-Credit
                                                                         English Fundamentals
                          English 86                                     Non-Degree Applicable
                             5 units
                    For students whose native
                     language is not English
                      UC:CSU Transferable                                 English 28 or 31
                                                                            3 units / 5 units
                                                                      Intermediate Composition &
                                                                            Critical Reading
                Literature Courses                                           AA/AS Degree
               Transfer to UC & CSU
English   102       College Reading & Composition II                          English 101
English   203/204   World Literature I & II                                     3 units
English   205/206   English Literature I & II                          Freshman English. College
English   207/208   American Literature I & II                          Reading & Composition I
English   209       California Literature                                 UC:CSU Transferable
English   214       Contemporary Literature
English   215       Shakespeare I                      Important Notice:
English   218       Children’s Literature              All new students must take an English assessment exam
                    (not UC transferable)              prior to enrolling in any English course. Following the
                                                       initial placement, students advance in the sequence
English 219         Literature of American             by successfully completing the course with a grade of
                    Ethnic Groups                      “C” or better, not by retesting.
English 234         Afro-American Literature
English 239         Women in Literature                The English Department does not offer
                                                       credit by examination.

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ENGLISH 211                                                                             3.00 UNITS           ENGLISH 219                                       3.00 UNITS
FICTION (UC:CSU) (RPT 1)                                                                                     THE LITERATURE OF AMERICAN ETHNIC GROUPS (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or                                               Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of ‘C’ or
better.                                                                                                      better.
This course is a literary survey of the English and American novel                                           Through various readings students will visit diverse cultures in order
from the beginnings of the 18th century to the present.                                                      to grasp content and meaning of the work, to look beyond plot to
0246 lec          8:00 - 9:25am           TTh               S.W. MCMURRAY                    NEA 205         infer what a given author ’s views are regarding people’s actions,
                                                                                                             what motivates them, and how they deal with other human beings
                                                                                                             and with conflicts that confront them as it relates to ethnicity. The
ENGLISH 214                                                                             3.00 UNITS           face-to-face class will focus on Chicano/a literature.
CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE (UC:CSU)                                                                             0248 lec   12:45 - 2:10pm   TTh         C. CARRILLO          NEA 209
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
better.
Representative examples of post World War II literature are studied                                          ENGLISH 239                                               3.00 UNITS
i n t h i s c o u r s e . Wo r k s w i l l b e e x a m i n e d i n l i g h t o f t h e i r l i t e r a r y   WOMEN IN LITERATURE (UC:CSU)
attributes and their reflections of the complexities of contemporary                                         Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
life, values and thought.                                                                                    better.
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                               This course examines the roles of women in varied cultures and
                                                                                                             literacy periods in novels, short stories, poetry, drama and essays.
7628 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                   A.L. WARREN                   INTERNET
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.                                                       INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                             7629 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               A.L. WARREN        INTERNET
ENGLISH 218                                                                             3.00 UNITS           Contact annm708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.
CHILDREN’S LITERATURE (CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of English 101 with a grade of “C” or
better.
In this survey course we will analyze picture books, folk tales, fantasy
                                                                                                                  ENGLISH AS A SECOND
and modern realism written for children from pre-schoolers to teens.
4912 lec         5:45 - 7:50pm T                            D.J. HUDSON                      NEA 122                   LANGUAGE
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                           D.J. HUDSON                      NEA 122
&    lec         2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                           D.J. HUDSON                      NEA 122
                                                                                                             Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, (310) 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
4920 lec         5:45 - 7:50pm W                            D.J. HUDSON                             TBA      ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003A                   6.00 UNITS
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                           D.J. HUDSON                             TBA
                                                                                                             COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III: WRITING AND
&    lec         2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                           D.J. HUDSON                             TBA
                                                                                                             GRAMMAR
                                                                                                             This course is designed for ESL students at the high beginning -
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                                  low intermediate level. The course assists students in improving
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                               their writing skills to prepare for college work. Students produce
7659 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                   J.R. CORBALLY                 INTERNET           focused papers of at least 150 words and informal writings of at
                                                                                                             least 100 words. Students also focus on specific composition-related
Contact jcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.                                                         grammatical problems.
                                                                                                             SATURDAY CLASS
                                                                                                             7035    lec 8:00 - 2:05pm S               B.C. JOHNSON        NEA209




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                                                                     ENGLISH 086                                              5.00 UNITS
Meet the
Counselor
                                                                     COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III (UC:CSU)
                                                                     Prerequisite: English 85 or assignment as result of the ESL
                                                                     assessment test.
                                                                     Designed for the high, intermediate, low, and advanced students
  Hi! My name is Dan Ruiz and I am the new Retention                 of ESL. This course, which provides further practice in grammar,
Counselor. I collaborate with multiple student service               vocabulary and reading, focuses on the writing of longer paragraphs
                                                                     and essays with emphsis on organization.
programs and academic departments to help facilitate                 0215 lec   11:10 - 1:40pm   TTh         P.F. GRADY           NEA 213
student success and increase student graduation and
transfer rates. I am currently developing workshops and
meeting with many of our students to listen and serve                SPEECH 113                                        3.00 UNITS
their needs.                                                         ENGLISH SPEECH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (CSU) (RPT 1)
                                                                     For students whose native language is NOT English. Stresses the
   I struggled in math while attending a community col-              speaking of English, pronunciation, idiomatic expressions, and oral
lege so I took advantage of the tutoring center, joined              composition.
study groups and soon after transferred in CSU Long                  3208 lec    6:40 -10:05pm M             R.J. HOFFERD        NEA 203
Beach majoring in Mathematics Education. I have
                                                                         ENGLISH AS A SECOND
taught math at El Rancho and Notre Dame high schools
and CSU Dominguez Hills, and Southwest College. I
love teaching but I have always had a big passion for
counseling and worked as a part-time high school col-                   LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT
lege advisor. I received my Master’s Degree in Educa-
tional Counseling from CSU Dominguez Hills. I entered
the field as a S.T.E.M. Counselor at both Santiago Can-               ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 005CE           0.00 UNITS
yon College and Southwest College.                                   ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (NDA) (RPT 9)
    I feel very blessed and excited to be at LA Harbor!              8887 lec   11:45 - 2:45pm   S           C. CHAO              NEA 107
I want all students to know that I am here to help you               8931 lec   11:45 - 2:45pm   S           A.A. VEGA            NEA 105
achieve your goals; don’t be afraid to take that first step
to ask.                                                              ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 020CE           0.00 UNITS
                                                                     LISTENING AND SPEAKING (NDA) (RPT 9)
                                                                     8889 lec   8:30 - 11:30am   S           W.S. ANNAND          NEA 105
                                                                     8932 lec   8:30 - 11:40am   S           S.B. GELMAN          NEA 107
                                                                     8933 lec   3:00 - 6:00pm    S           S.L. RAMIREZ         NEA 105



                                                                       ENVIRONMENTA L DESIGN
                                                                                             -see also Architecture

                                                                     Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu
                                                                     Department Chair: Michael Song (310) 233-4167, songm@lahc.edu
                                                                     ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 101                                 3.00 UNITS
                                                                     FOUNDATIONS OF DESIGN I (UC:CSU)
                                                                     This course introduces design laboratory studio for students pursuing
                                                                     architecture, environmental or other design fields focusing on the
                                                                     study of elements, form, and space. Sustainable design topics,
                                                                     drawing and model-making techniques are covered. A $20 lab fee
                                                                     is required.
ENGLISH 084                                            5.00 UNITS    0326 lec 11:10 - 11:40am    TTh         M. SONG                T 108
COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I (NDA)                         &    lab 11:50 - 2:20pm     TTh         M. SONG                T 104
Prerequisite: Appropriate score on ESL assessment test.              EVENING CLASS
Designed for students whose native language is NOT English but who   3849 lec 6:55 - 7:25pm      MW          S.M. CALLIHAN          T 108
have had some exposure to English language instruction. Provides
practice in the four communication skills (listening, speaking,      &    lab 7:30 -10:00pm      MW          S.M. CALLIHAN          T 104
reading, writing) with emphasis on reading, writing and sentence
structure.                                                           ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 102                                 3.00 UNITS
3176 lec   7:05 - 9:30pm   TTh       S.I. ROSS            NEA 109    FOUNDATIONS OF DESIGN II (CSU)
                                                                     Prerequisite: Completion of Environmental Design 101 with a
ENGLISH 085                                            5.00 UNITS    grade of ‘C’ or better.
                                                                     This course serves as a design laboratory studio for students
COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II (CSU)                        pursuing architecture, environmental or other design fields focusing
Prerequisite: Completion of English 084 with a grade of “C” or       on the study of organization, circulation, proportion and scale.
better, or appropriate score on ESL assessment test.                 Natural factors, materials, processes, sustainable design topics,
Continuation of work on the English language.                        drawing and model making techniques are covered. A $20 lab fee
0214 lec 11:10 - 1:40pm TTh          D.D. SHANNON         NEA 207    is required.
EVENING CLASS                                                        0327 lec   11:10 - 11:40am MW           B.T. ONG               T 104
3177 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm MW            K.R. OAKES           NEA 105    &    lab   11:50 - 2:20pm MW            B.T. ONG               T 104


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                                                                          FIRE TECHNOLOGY 202                                       3.00 UNITS
ENVIRONMENTA L SCIENCE                                                    FIRE PREVENTION (CSU)
                                                                          History, philosophy, organization and operation of a fire prevention
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu           bureau. Topics include inspections, pre-fire planning, use of fire
                                                                          codes, fire investigation, liability and court procedures.
                                                                          3443 lec    6:55 -10:05pm M             M.D. RUEDA           NEA 115
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 002                        3.00 UNITS
THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES (UC:CSU)                      FIRE TECHNOLOGY 203                                       3.00 UNITS
An overview of global environmental concerns conservation history
and environmental ethics is presented. Ecology, population biology        FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS (CSU)
and their application to environmental problems are reviewed.             Prerequisite: Completion of Fire Technology 201 with a grade of
Pollution and its effects on ecosystems are discussed. Management         ‘C’ or better, or professional firefighting or related experience
of natural resources is explored.                                         or equivalent.
0668 lec   11:10 - 12:35pm MW            C.A. CROUCH           SCI 204    3445 lec    6:55 -10:05pm W             M.J. THOMAS             T 213

                                                                          FIRE TECHNOLOGY 204                                       3.00 UNITS
    F A M I LY A N D C O N S U M E R                                      BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION (CSU)
                                                                          Covers fundamental building construction and design that relates to
               STUDIES                                                    fire safety. Information is given related to codes, ordinances and on
                                                                          plan checking and inspection procedures in residential, commercial
                                                                          and industrial occupancies.
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu           0592 lec    8:00 - 9:25am   M          R.T. ROJO                T 213
                                                                          &    lec    8:00 - 9:25am   W          L. MACPHERSON            T 213
FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021                            3.00 UNITS
NUTRITION (UC:CSU)                                                        FIRE TECHNOLOGY 205                                       3.00 UNITS
Basic scientific concepts of human nutrition throughout life. Achieving   FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION (CSU)
and maintaining optimum health.                                           Theory and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread, and
0700 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW              J.E. PARKER           SCI 211    are controlled; study of fire chemistry and physics.
EVENING CLASS                                                             7687 lec   3:10 hrs/wk TBA- R.O. SHACKELFORD               INTERNET
3488 lec 6:30 - 9:40pm W                 C.L. LATULIP          SCI 211    Contact rshacke@yahoo.com as soon as you register.

                                                                          FIRE TECHNOLOGY 210                                       3.00 UNITS
                              FILM                                        FIRE COMPANY ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURE (CSU)
                                                                          This course is the study of the practical application of records,
                         -see also Theater Arts                           reports and company training; the history and authority of the fire
                                                                          company; equipment and building maintenance; work organization;
                                                                          discipline and morale.
                                                                          7616 lec   5:50 hrs/wk TBA- D.P. COFFMAN                   INTERNET

                        FINANCE
                                                                          Contact coffmadp@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for
                                                                          more information.

Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu        FIRE TECHNOLOGY 218                              3.00 UNITS
                                                                          PHYSIOLOGICAL PREPAREDNESS FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE
FINANCE 008                                                3.00 UNITS     PERSONNEL (RPT 3)
PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS (CSU)                                    Prepares the students physiologically with entry level qualifications
This course provides the student with financial fundamentals to           in the emergency response services. The physiological foundations
manage personal income and expenditures. It outlines the indicators       of physical conditioning are studied including specificity training
in everyday communications that help the individual make sound            principles to prepare for employment entrance examinations. On
financial decisions to structure reasonable financial goals and plans.    the job training manuals, tools, training techniques and safety
Emphasis on budgeting, credit, homeownership, risk management             equipment are utilized.
and the individual’s personal balance sheet and net worth.                3446 lec    6:55 -10:05pm T             STAFF                   T 213
0993 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh             S.C. SANDELL            T 208
INTERNET CLASS
7682 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                G. KOLAROV
Contact kolarog@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                            INTERNET                               FRENCH
                                                                          Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, (310) 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
           FIRE T ECHNOLOGY                                               FRENCH 001                                                5.00 UNITS
                                                                          ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (UC:CSU)
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu              This course stresses the fundamentals of French pronunciation
                                                                          and grammar; the building of a practical basic vocabulary; and the
                                                                          development of the ability to speak, understand, read, and write
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 201                                        3.00 UNITS     simple French.
FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION (CSU)                                        3191 lec    7:05 - 9:35pm   MW          S. BAE               NEA 209
Introduction of the fire service, fire prevention and other fire
department functions. Information is provided regarding civil service
and related municipal and national agencies.
0591 lec 8:00 - 9:35am TTh          R.T. ROJO                    T 213
INTERNET CLASS
7663 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-R.O. SHACKELFORD                   INTERNET
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FRENCH 002                                                                                   5.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (UC:CSU)                                                                                                             GEOLOGY
Prerequisite: Completion of French 1 with a grade of “C” or
better or two years of high school French, or equivalent.                                                         Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu
This course completes the study of elementary French
grammar. It provides continued practice in speaking, reading,                                                     GEOLOGY 001                                                   3.00 UNITS
and writing simple French. The reading selections illustrate                                                      PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (UC:CSU)
French culture.                                                                                                   Prerequisite or corequisite: Completion of Geology 001 with a
0277 lec           8:30 - 11:00am           TTh                C.R. CALOIA                        NEA 105         grade of “C” or better or concurrent enrollment.
                                                                                                                  This course introduces students to planet Earth features like
                                                                                                                  rocks and minerals, volcanoes, mountain ranges, deserts, and

                               GEOGRA PHY                                                                         internal processes such as plate tectonics, earthquakes, mountain
                                                                                                                  building, and surface processes including erosion, landslides, and
                                                                                                                  groundwater movement. Includes field trips to coastal southern
                                                                                                                  California.
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu
                                                                                                                  0682 lec   11:10 - 12:35pm MW           T. MUNASINGHE            SCI 210
GEOGRAPHY 001                                                                                3.00 UNITS
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)                                                                                       GEOLOGY 006                                                   2.00 UNITS
An exploration of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and                                                     PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY (UC:CSU)
lithosphere. Major topics are earth-sun relations, mapping and                                                    Learn to identify minerals, rocks and fossils. Witness how the
s a t e l l i t e i m a g e r y, w e a t h e r a n d c l i m a t e p a t t e r n s , e c o l o g y, s o i l s ,   geologic history of an area can be understood by using simple
plate tectonics, landform development, and human impacts on the                                                   geologic principles. Discover how to interpret topographic and
environment. This is a foundation course for students interested in                                               geologic maps; aerial photographs and earthquake seismic waves.
the earth sciences and environmental studies, as well as a major in                                               Take field trips to local sites and learn about the rocks, landslides,
geography. Nature walks are a part of the course.                                                                 faults, and the geologic past of the Los Angeles area.
0675 lec 9:35 - 11:00am                     MW                 M.P. RENFREW                       NEA 115         0684 lab    9:35 - 12:50pm   Th         T. MUNASINGHE            SCI 210
0676 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm                    MW                 M.P. RENFREW                       LRC 107
EVENING CLASS
3489 lec 5:20 - 6:45pm                      MW                 M.P. RENFREW                      NEA 217                                    HEA LTH
4938 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm                      Th                 J. QUINTERO                       NEA 127
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                      J. QUINTERO                       NEA 127          Division Chair: Nabeel Barakat, (310) 233-4351, barakanm@lahc.edu
&    lec 2:15 hrs/wk TBA-                   J                  . QUINTERO                        NEA 127
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                                       HEALTH 002                                                    3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                                  HEALTH AND FITNESS (UC:CSU)
GEOGRAPHY 002                                                                                3.00 UNITS           Explores the basic fundamentals of Physical Fitness. It involves
                                                                                                                  lecture and laboratory assessment of each student’s physical fitness
CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)                                                                           status resulting in an individualized physical fitness program. Health
6035 lec           3:00 - 5:05pm            MW                 E. PEPRAH                                BHS       2 meets the health and physical requirements for the Associate in
Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012)                                                 Arts degree.
                                                                                                                  0549 lec 8:00 - 10:10am      F          L. PANDEY              PE/W 142
GEOGRAPHY 007                                                                                3.00 UNITS           &    lab 10:10 - 12:30pm     F          L. PANDEY              PE/W 142
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)                                                                                 0610 lec 8:00 - 9:05am       MW         L.C. TRUJILLO          PE/W 143
This course examines the physical and cultural environments                                                       &    lab 9:05 - 10:10am      MW         L.C. TRUJILLO          PE/W 143
of Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the                                                  0611 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm     MW         N. OMABOE              PE/W 142
Pacific. Physical landscapes, climates, population, cultural patterns,
livelihoods, and international connections are all explored.                                                      &    lab 12:20 - 1:25pm      MW         M. VANHAROVA           PE/W 142
3487 lec           6:55 -10:05pm W                             M.P. RENFREW                       NEA 119         0612 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm     TTh        M. VANHAROVA           PE/W 142
                                                                                                                  &    lab 12:20 - 1:25pm      TTh        M. VANHAROVA           PE/W 142
GEOGRAPHY 015                                                                                2.00 UNITS           EVENING CLASS
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU)                                                                            3462 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm       Th         N.C. OMABOE            PE/W 142
Prerequisite or Corequisite: Completion of Geography 001 with                                                     &    lab 7:50 -10:05pm       Th         N.C. OMABOE            PE/W 142
a grade of “C” or better or concurrent enrollment.                                                                4925 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm       W          T.L. LAWTON             NEA 226
Using maps, lab manual diagrams and exercises, aerial photos, plants,
soils, and rocks, students will examine earth-sun relationships, the                                              &    lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-               T.L. LAWTON             NEA 226
science of maps, weather and climate, biological adaptations, and                                                 &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-               T.L. LAWTON             NEA 226
types of landforms. Field trips are a part of the course.                                                         PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
3491 lec           6:55 - 8:00pm M                             M.P. RENFREW                       NEA 119         4937 lec   5:45 - 7:50pm Th             T.L. LAWTON             NEA 113
&    lab           8:05 -10:10pm M                             M.P. RENFREW                       NEA 119         &    lab   2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             T.L. LAWTON             NEA 113
                                                                                                                  &    lec   2:25 hrs/wk TBA-             T.L. LAWTON             NEA 113
                                                                                                                  PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)




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HEALTH 006                                          3.00 UNITS                                           HISTORY 002                                                   3.00 UNITS
NUTRITION FOR HEALTHFUL LIVING AND FITNESS ACTIVITIES (CSU)                                              INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU)
General health concerns of women, the relationship of nutrition to                                       This course surveys Western Civilization from the Renaissance to
disease and basic nutrition theories are explored. Overall fitness is                                    the present. Major topics include the political, economic, and social
enhanced by participation in aerobic developmental and flexibility                                       organization of Europe with emphasis upon the rise of the nation
exercises. Health 6 meets the health and physical requirements for                                       state and industrialization. Europe’s expanding global influence in
the Associate in Arts degree.                                                                            the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is also examined.
0626 lec        12:45 - 2:50pm M                          J.E. PARKER                      SCI 211       0720 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW               T.M. URSIC                NEA 127
&    lab        2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                          J.E. PARKER                      SCI 211       INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                         7639 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                 B.L. BIRD            INTERNET
HEALTH 011                                                                           3.00 UNITS          Contact birdbl@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU)
Credit is allowed only in one of Health 9, 10, or 11. This course                                        HISTORY 006                                                   3.00 UNITS
offers concepts to use today and tomorrow as guidelines for self-                                        HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II (UC:CSU)
paced responsible living in personal, community, vocational, and                                         This course is a continuation of the subject matter of History 5 with
leadership roles.                                                                                        emphasis on the evolution of the American nations and peoples
0620     lec     8:00 - 9:25am           MW               M. VANHAROVA                  PE/W 142         in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This course meets the
0627     lec     8:00 - 9:25am           TTh              C. STEVENSON                   NEA 118         California State University requirements for United States History.
0630     lec     9:35 - 11:00am          MW               M. VANHAROVA                  PE/W 142         3447 lec    6:55 -10:05pm T               A.N. MILES                NEA 125
****     lec    11:30 - 12:55pm          MW               P.F. BROWN                       T 213
HTPA Students only.                                                                                      HISTORY 011                                          3.00 UNITS
EVENING CLASS                                                                                            POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU)
3460 lec 6:45 -10:05pm M                                  R. ESTRADA                    PE/W 143         This course surveys the political, social, and economic history of
                                                                                                         the United States from the Colonial era to 1876 with emphasis on
OUTREACH CLASS                                                                                           the origin and implementation of the U.S. Constitution. This course
6024 lec 3:15 - 5:15pm MW                                 B.W. ALCOCER                         CHS       meets the California State University requirements for United States
Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)                                        History.
INTERNET CLASSES                                                                                         0713 lec 9:35 - 11:00am        TTh        M.G. VALADEZ              NEA 125
7656 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                 P.F. BROWN                   INTERNET          0721 lec 8:00 - 9:25am         MW         R.D. WEBER                NEA 127
Contact brownpf@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                                        0722 lec 8:00 - 9:25am         TTh        M.G. VALADEZ              NEA 127
7657 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          P.F. BROWN                   INTERNET          0723 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm        F          C.J. PATTERSON            NEA 117
Contact brownpf@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                                        0726 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm       MW         R.D. FISHMAN              NEA 115
7662 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          L. PANDEY                    INTERNET          EVENING CLASSES
Contact laxpandey@gmail.com as soon as you register.                                                     3533 lec 6:55 -10:05pm         W          T. GARVIN                 NEA 121
7690 lec        3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          L. PANDEY                    INTERNET          3520 lec 6:30 - 9:30pm         MW         P.F. LYNN                 NEA 127
Contact laxpandey@gmail.com as soon as you register.                                                     Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                                                         4906 lec    7:55 -10:00pm T               D.J. GATLIN               NEA 127
                                                                                                         &    lec    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. GATLIN               NEA 127
HEALTH 012                                                                           3.00 UNITS          &    lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. GATLIN               NEA 127
SAFETY EDUCATION AND FIRST AID (UC:CSU)                                                                  PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
The course covers the standard and advanced courses of the                                               4931 lec    7:55 -10:00pm W               D.J. GATLIN               NEA 226
American National Red Cross and qualifies successful candidates
for First Aid certificates. CPR cards will be issued on completion                                       &    lec    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. GATLIN               NEA 226
of the course.                                                                                           &    lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. GATLIN               NEA 226
0633 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh                               S. KOMAI                      PE/W 143         PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
0638 lec 8:00 - 9:25am TTh                                S. KOMAI                      PE/W 143
EVENING CLASS                                                                                            HISTORY 012                                          3.00 UNITS
3461 lec 6:45 - 9:55pm T                                  D. ROMAN                      PE/W 143         POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                         History 11 is not a prerequisite for this course. This course surveys
                                                                                                         the political, social, and economic history of the United States from

                                  HISTORY                                                                1876 to the present. The course meets the California State University
                                                                                                         requirements for United States History.
                                                                                                         0727 lec 8:00 - 9:25am         TTh        T.M. URSIC                NEA 113
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu                                             0728 lec 9:35 - 11:00am        MW         R.D. WEBER                NEA 127
                                                                                                         0730 lec 1:00 - 4:10pm         F          M.J. EULA                 NEA 118
HISTORY 001                                                                          3.00 UNITS          EVENING CLASSES
INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU)                                                          3448 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm         Th         S. NGUYEN                 NEA 128
This course surveys the political, economic, social, religious, and                                      3532 lec 6:55 -10:05pm         M          C.J. PATTERSON            NEA 128
intellectual activities of Western Civilization from the pre-history                                     3535 lec 6:55 - 10:05pm        Th         T. GARVIN                 NEA 128
p e r i o d t h r o u g h t h e f i f t e e n t h c e n t u r y. T h e s t u d y i n c l u d e s t h e
ancient Middle East, Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, and                                           Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
the Renaissance.                                                                                         3535 lec    6:30 - 9:30pm      TTh        K.J. HITT                 NEA 128
EVENING CLASS                                                                                            Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
3526 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                                  T.A. GARVIN                    NEA 121         SATURDAY CLASS
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                           7007 lec 8:00 - 11:10am S                 K.J. HITT                 NEA 128
7699 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                 W.J. DIAZ BROWN INTERNET                       INTERNET CLASSES
Contact diazbrwj@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                                       7681 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                 S. NGUYEN            INTERNET
                                                                                                         Contact nguyens@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                                                         7691 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              S. NGUYEN            INTERNET
                                                                                                         Contact nguyens@lahc.edu as soon as you register.


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HISTORY 020                                          3.00 UNITS                                                  HISTORY 043                                        3.00 UNITS
HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA AND THE PACIFIC COAST (UC:CSU)                                                             THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
This course surveys of the history of the Pacific Coast. Emphasis is                                             (UC:CSU)
on the history of California through exploration, Spanish settlement,                                            This course surveys U.S. history from the early colonial era through
the Mexican regime, the gold rush, the American occupation                                                       t h e C i v i l Wa r f o c u s i n g o n t h e p o l i t i c a l , e c o n o m i c , a n d c u l t u r a l
statehood, and the political, economic and social development of                                                 contribution of the Mexican-American. This course meets California
California.                                                                                                      State University requirements for United States history and the
0752 lec           8:00 - 11:10am           F                 S. NGUYEN                          NEA 128         Constitution.
                                                                                                                 0734 lec          12:45 - 2:10pm            TTh               M.G. VALADEZ                       NEA 127
HISTORY 021                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE (UC:CSU)                                                                           HISTORY 052                                         3.00 UNITS
The development of Russia from the earliest times to the present day                                             THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. (UC:CSU)
is studied. Emphasis is on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.                                               This course surveys women’s roles throughout U.S. History focusing
S p e c i a l a t t e n t i o n i s p a i d t o a u t o c r a c y, s o c i a l s t r u c t u r e , r e f o r m   on the influence of race, ethnicity, and status on women’s experience.
movements, Russian Marxism, Soviet Totalitarianism under Lenin and                                               This course meets the California State University requirement for
Stalin (and their successors), and Tsarist and Soviet foreign policy.                                            United States History.
0761 lec          11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                         T.M. URSIC                         NEA 113         0735 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                                  B.L. BIRD                          NEA 115
                                                                                                                 INTERNET CLASSES
HISTORY 041                                          3.00 UNITS                                                  7643 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                     T.E. JOINER                    INTERNET
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. I (UC:CSU)                                                       Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Credit is allowed in only one of History 11, 41, or 43. This course
surveys United States history from the early colonial era through the                                            7692 lec          3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                            T.E. JOINER                    INTERNET
Civil War with emphasis on the contribution of the African-American.                                             Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
A study of the U.S. Constitution is also included. This course meets
the California State University requirements for United States history.                                          HISTORY 058                                        3.00 UNITS
0760 lec           9:35 - 11:00am           TTh               K.E. CARTER                        NEA 127         THE ASIAN AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES (CSU)
                                                                                                                 (RPT 1)
HISTORY 042                                          3.00 UNITS                                                  This is an introductory history of Asians in the United States from
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. II (UC:CSU)                                                      the mid nineteenth century to the present. The course emphasizes
History 41 is not a prerequisite for this course. Credit is allowed                                              the experiences of Asian immigrants and Asian Americans within
in only one of History 12, 42, or 44. This course surveys U.S.                                                   the broader context of immigration and race relations throughout
History from the end of the Civil War to the present time with special                                           A m e r i c a n h i s t o r y. A n i n t e r d i s c i p l i n a r y a p p r o a c h w i l l b e t a k e n t o
emphasis on the contribution of African-Americans. This course                                                   address the issues facing Asian Americans including gender, race,
meets the California State University requirement for United States                                              identity, politics, socialization, assimilation, and popular culture.
History.                                                                                                         0731 lec          11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                         S. NGUYEN                          NEA 122
0733 lec          11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                         K.E. CARTER                        NEA 127



           GOT ASIA?                                                                                                                                  NEW STUDENT CLUB!
  Want to get back to your roots? Or learn about
  another culture? What of the emergence of                                                                                                            LAHC HISTORICAL
  Chinese Civilization? How about ninja and                                                                                                                UNION
  Samurai culture? What’s pancit?
                                                                                                                                                  Join us for History, Community,
  Answers to these and other questions about                                                                                                      Friendship, and Fun. Please
  Asia and Asian-American societies in two
  NEW HISTORY COURSES THIS SEMESTER:                                                                                                              contact Son Nguyen (nguyens@
                                                                                                                                                  lahc.edu) or email us directly at
  HIST 58: The Asian in America*                                                                                                                  historicalunion@gmail.com for all
  HIST 74: Asian Civilization*                                                                                                                    the details.
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HISTORY 074                                                   3.00 UNITS
ASIAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU)
This course surveys the social, political, and economic evolution of
Asia from the pre-history period to the present. Regions studied in
the course include South, Southeast and East Asia.
0725 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   MW          S. NGUYEN              NEA 128

HISTORY 082                                         3.00 UNITS
A HISTORY OF WORKING PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)
This course focuses on working people in the history of the
United States from Reconstruction to the present. Issues
of class, gender, and race within the context of work and
the influence of organizations and collective action will be
emphasized. The defining role of the American Constitution
and its impact upon labor will also be examined.
INTERNET CLASS
7646 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                T.E. JOINER          INTERNET
Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.

HISTORY 086                                                   3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU)
This course surveys world civilization from the pre-history period
up to 1500 and includes a comparative study of social, economic,
and political formation and their interaction with culture. Major
topics include the development of major civilizations, migration and
settlement patterns, religion, philosophy, and technology.
0712 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW              S. NGUYEN              NEA 128
EVENING CLASS
3554 lec 3:30 - 6:30pm T                 S. NGUYEN              NEA 128
4919 lec 7:55 - 9:25pm W                 D.J. GATLIN            NEA 128
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                D.J. GATLIN            NEA 128
&    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                D.J. GATLIN            NEA 128
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)

HISTORY 087                                                   3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU)
This course surveys world civilization from 1500 to the present
time. Major topics include the development of the nation-state,
economic systems, industrialization, global conquest, colonization,
and revolution.
0714 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   MW          C.J. PATTERSON         NEA 125

HISTORY 385                                                   3.00 UNITS
DIRECTED STUDY - HISTORY (CSU)
This is a project-based class that teaches historical research, writing,
and citation skills.
0759 lec    12:45 - 2:10pm   TTh         S. NGUYEN              NEA 128




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                    HUMANITIES                                                                     INT ERNATIONA L
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu                                            BUSINESS
                                                                                                                     -see also Business
HUMANITIES 001                                     3.00 UNITS
CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU)
This is an introductory course which covers the arts & ideas of               Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu
humanity. Mythology, literature, painting, sculpture, and music are
studied in relation to their medium, organization, and style. Emphasis        INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 001                                                                3.00 UNITS
is placed on the western cultural heritage, values, and perspectives          INTERNATIONAL TRADE (CSU)
as revealed in the arts.                                                      This course covers the accelerating global economy and
0364   lec   8:00 - 9:25am TTh           B.T. GALLARDO               MU 134   internationalization of business. It reviews international economics,
4923   lec   7:55 -10:00pm W             D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 117   finance, and trade affecting international business decisions and
&      lec   2:05 hrs/wk TBA-            D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 117   operations. The course includes multinational enterprises, legal,
                                                                              political, and socio-cultural issues, survey of global strategic
&      lec   2:25 hrs/wk TBA-            D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 117   management. It covers the basics of starting and operating an import
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                   or export business.
4935 lec     7:55 -10:00pm Th            D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 127   OUTREACH CLASS
&    lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-            D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 127   6000 lec 3:15 - 5:20pm                     TTh               S.S. KELLEHER                    POLA HS
&    lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-            D.E. THOMPSON              NEA 127   Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/21/2012, Ends 5/24/2012)
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
INTERNET CLASS
7651 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA- D.L. MCINTYRE
Contact donmcintyre@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                              INTERNET                                          JA PANESE
                                                                              Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
HUMANITIES 006                                                3.00 UNITS
GREAT PEOPLE, GREAT AGES (UC:CSU) (RPT 1)                                     JAPANESE 022                                                                              3.00 UNITS
The purpose of this course is to study the lives of selected individuals
such as Pericles, Dante, Michelangelo, Beethoven, Van Gogh, Frank             FUNDAMENTALS OF JAPANESE II (UC:CSU)
Lloyd Wright, Stravinsky, Picasso, and others with an appreciation            Prerequisite: Japanese 21.
of their eras in history and their contribution.                              This course contuines the basic instruction of Japanese grammar at
                                                                              the second level of the Japanese language for beginners. Course
4918 lec     7:55 -10:00pm W             M.D. REDDICK               NEA 128   s t r e s s e s p r o n u n c i a t i o n , i n t o n a t i o n a n d g r a m m a r. C o m p l e t i o n o f
&    lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-            M.D. REDDICK               NEA 128   Japanese 21 and 22 is equivalent to Japanese 1.
&    lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-            M.D. REDDICK               NEA 128   3198 lec          6:55 -10:05pm T                            R. ONISHI LUERS                   NEA 201
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)

HUMANITIES 017
FILM APPRECIATION (UC:CSU)
                                                              3.00 UNITS                                  JOURNA LISM
A survey of motion pictures and changing social attitudes in film
from the silent era to the present.                                           Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, (310) 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
0366   lec   12:45 - 3:55pm   Th         N.W. WEBBER       MU 138
0430   lec   11:20 - 2:30pm   F          J.I. HOPPENSTAND NEA 222             JOURNALISM 101                                                                            3.00 UNITS
0458   lec    3:00 - 6:10pm   T          J.I. HOPPENSTAND NEA 227             COLLECTING AND WRITING NEWS (CSU)
                                                                              This introductory course stresses instruction and practice in news
0431   lec    2:30 - 5:40pm   TTh        D. O SHAUGHNESSY NEA 125             gathering and news writing. It also includes a study of newspaper,
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)             radio and television news.
EVENING CLASS                                                                 0279 lec         11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                         P.L. MCLEOD                       NEA 217
3281 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th                M.D. WOOD              NEA 226
4909 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm T                 D.O SHAUGHNESSY        NEA 117       JOURNALISM 105                                                                            3.00 UNITS
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                D.O SHAUGHNESSY        NEA 117       MASS COMMUNICATIONS (UC:CSU)
&    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                D.O SHAUGHNESSY        NEA 117       This course is a survey and evaluation of the mass media with
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                   special attention given to interpretation and analogies of ethical
                                                                              and legal issues.
                                                                              0280 lec          9:35 - 11:00am           TTh               P.L. MCLEOD                       NEA 217

                                                                              JOURNALISM 218                                                                            3.00 UNITS
                                                                              PRACTICAL EDITING (CSU) (RPT 3)
                                                                              This course provides practical instruction and practice in writing and
                                                                              editing the campus newspaper. Editions are evaluated in regularly
                                                                              scheduled class meetings..
                                                                              0264 lec         12:45 - 2:10pm            TTh               P.L. MCLEOD                       NEA 218




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       LEARNING FOUNDATION                                                                        LIBRARY SCIENCE
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu                    Division Chair: Jonathon Lee, (310) 233-4475, leeja@lahc.edu
Questions: Sally Fasteau, (310) 233-4240, fasteaus@lahc.edu
                                                                                LIBRARY SCIENCE 101                                                                            1.00 UNITS
LEARNING FOUNDATION 001                                            1.00 UNITS   LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (UC:CSU)
                                                                                This is a practical course in the use of libraries in general and
ADAPTED KEYBOARDING (NDA) (RPT 3)                                               academic libraries in particular. The student will learn efficient use
Designed for students with verified disabilities, this class is                 of library resources, in both print and computer form, for researching
open-entry and is taught on a credit/no credit basis. This class                information for class assignments and papers, and for personal use.
provides individual instruction in keyboarding. Students must                   Skills acquired will be of life-long benefit.
attend orientation the first week of class. For information, call
(310) 233-4393.                                                                 INTERNET CLASS
****   lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 107    7638 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                       I.A. DESSOUKY                    INTERNET
                                                                                Short term class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/31/2012).
                                                                                Contact dessouia@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
LEARNING FOUNDATION 002                           1.00 UNITS
ADAPTIVE WORD PROCESSING OPERATIONS (NDA) (RPT 3)                               LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                                                            1.00 UNITS
Designed for students with verified disabilities, this class is open-
entry and is taught on a credit/no credit basis. This class provides            INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS (CSU)
                                                                                Recommended: Knowledge of Windows: Basic keyboarding skills.
self-paced, individual training in the use of word processing                   This course will focus on how to find and evaluate information and
technologies. Lessons are adapted to each student’s needs. Students             resource materials on the Internet, using a variety of applications.
must attend orientation the first week of class. For information call           Principles of information access, development of search strategies,
(310) 233-4393.                                                                 evaluation criteria and processes, and specific search tools will be
****   lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 107    c o v e r e d . I s s u e s r e g a r d i n g i n t e l l e c t u a l p r o p e r t y, c e n s o r s h i p , a n d
                                                                                on-line publishing will be discussed.
LEARNING FOUNDATION 003                                            1.00 UNITS   INTERNET CLASS
ADAPTIVE COMPUTER OPERATIONS (NDA) (RPT 3)                                      7644 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                       I.A. DESSOUKY                    INTERNET
Designed for students with verified disabilities, this class is open-           Late Start Class (11 Week Class - Starts 3/26/2012, Ends 6/4/2012).
entry and is taught on a credit/no credit basis. Students will learn            Contact dessouia@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
how to use the latest technologies (hardware and software) to make
computer applications accessible. Students must attend orientation
the first week of class. For information call (310) 233-4393.
****   lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 107
                                                                                                             MANAGEMENT
LEARNING FOUNDATION 070                          1.00 UNITS                     Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu
FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC LABORATORY (NDA) (RPT 3)
This course is designed for students with verified disabilities.                MANAGEMENT 013                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
Students will receive individualized, small group and computer-                 SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP (CSU)
assisted instruction designed to build skills for entry into math and           Students learn how to organize and operate a small business. The
other college classes requiring basic math skills. Students must                class will cover the basics of successful small business management.
attend orientation the first week of class. For information call (310)          INTERNET CLASS
233-4393                                                                        7607 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                       R. BALTAZAR                      INTERNET
****   lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 107    Contact RamonBaltazar@charter.net as soon as you register.

                                                                                MANAGEMENT 033                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
             LEARNING SKILLS                                                    PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (CSU)
                                                                                Human resource management techniques and procedures are
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu                    s t u d i e d . To p i c s i n c l u d e d a r e s e l e c t i o n , p l a c e m e n t , t e s t i n g ,
                                                                                orientation, counseling, merit rating, promotion, transfer, training,
Questions: Sally Fasteau, (310) 233-4240, fasteaus@lahc.edu                     and fringe benefits.
                                                                                INTERNET CLASS
LEARNING SKILLS 001B                                               1.00 UNITS   7693 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                       J.L. LAURIN                      INTERNET
READING (NDA) (RPT 3)                                                           Contact mslaurin@msn.com as soon as you register.
Student will receive individualized, small group and computer
assisted instruction based on diagnostic assessment results.
Modules in decoding, comphrension; and text book reading skills
are prescribed in order to strengthen skills necessary for success
in other college classes.
****   lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 107
This section is designed for students with verified disabilities.




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                                                                                                                     MATHEMATICS 112                                          3.00 UNITS
                                 MARKETING                                                                           PRE-ALGEBRA (NDA)
                                                                                                                     Review of arithmetic concepts and an introduction to elementary
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu                                                   algebra concepts including signed numbers, exponents, mathematical
                                                                                                                     sentences and linear equations.
                                                                                                                     0491 lec 6:25 - 7:50am TTh             Z.T. ROMERO           NEA 227
MARKETING 021                                                                                  3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                                     0492 lec 8:00 - 9:25am MW              J.B. CARVER           NEA 103
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (CSU)
This survey course presents basic information including: the                                                         0494 lec 1:00 - 2:25pm MW              M. JIMENEZ ZELJAK     NEA 231
marketing environment and the roles of market research, advertising,                                                 0505 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm TTh            J.S. PAVLINA          NEA 225
public relations, planning, pricing and distribution in the marketing                                                EVENING CLASS
process.
                                                                                                                     3409 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th              G.R. JUDD            NEA 231
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                                       SATURDAY CLASS
7630 lec 3:30 hrs/wk TBA-                                       R.M. MCGINNESS                   INTERNET            7064 lec 8:00 - 11:20am S              T.S. OEPOMO           NEA 227
Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                                                     MATHEMATICS 121                                          3.00 UNITS
MARKETING 031                                                                                  3.00 UNITS            ESSENTIALS OF PLANE GEOMETRY
RETAIL MERCHANDISING (CSU)                                                                                           Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123A & B or equivalent with a
Instructions in the principles and procedures involved in retailing                                                  grade of “C” or better.
in a global and multicultural environment. Applies the concept of                                                    Definitions, axioms & theorems of geometry relating to angles, lines,
fulfillment of customer wants and needs at a fair profit to department                                               circles, polygons & polyhedra.
stores, mass merchandizing outlets, independent and chain stores,
a n d n o n - s t o r e r e t a i l i n g , s u c h a s e - t a i l i n g . T h i s c l a s s i s o ff e r e d       0495 lec   1:00 - 2:25pm   TTh         M. SALARI             NEA 231
once a year.
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                                       MATHEMATICS 123A                                         4.00 UNITS
7650 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                       R. BALTAZAR                      INTERNET            ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Contact RamonBaltazar@charter.net as soon as you register.                                                           Prerequisite: Completion of Math 112 or equivalent with a grade
                                                                                                                     of “C” or better.
                                                                                                                     First of three modules for Math 123 covering elementary algebra

                           MATHEMATICS                                                                               topics such as real numbers, algebraic expressions, solution of
                                                                                                                     linear equations and inequalities. Applications relating to the above
                                                                                                                     topics are also covered.
Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu                                                   0497 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm    MTTh        Z.T. ROMERO           NEA 227
                                                                                                                     0498 lec 9:35 - 10:45am    MTWTh       M. JIMENEZ ZELJAK     NEA 231
LEARNING SKILLS 010                                                                            3.00 UNITS            0500 lec 8:00 - 9:25am     MTTh        J.S. PAVLINA          NEA 225
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) (RPT 3)                                                                               0501 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm    MTTh        Z.T. ROMERO           NEA 227
Students enrolled in Learning Skills 010 should not enroll in                                                        0502 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm   MTWTh       R. SIBNER             NEA 226
Math 100.                                                                                                            0504 lec 8:00 - 9:25am     MTTh        F. MA                 NEA 229
Prerequisite: None. Covers arithmetic topics necessary for other                                                     EVENING CLASSES
mathematics and related courses. Course offered on a CR/NC
basis only.                                                                                                          3410 lec 7:00 - 9:05pm     TTh         H.G. ORTIZ           NEA 229
0488 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh                                     F. SADDIGH                         NEA 224           3411 lec 4:05 - 6:10pm     MW          M. SASO              NEA 229
&    lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                       L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B           3412 lec 7:00 - 9:05pm     MW          B.E. DOVNER          NEA 222
0489 lec 9:35 - 11:00am TTh                                     W.L. HEFFERN                         T 213           SATURDAY CLASS
&    lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                       L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B           7065 lec 8:00 - 12:20pm    S           A.E. GILL             NEA 229
0490 lec 1:00 - 2:35pm MW                                       T. HOANG                           NEA 221
&    lab 2:15 hrs/wk TBA-                                       L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B           MATHEMATICS 123B                                         4.00 UNITS
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                        ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA II
                                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123A with a grade of “C” or
3407 lec 6:00 - 9:25pm W                                         R.J. BROAS                          T 207           better.
&    lab 6:00 - 8:15pm T                                         L.J. MCKENZIE                    LAC 105B           Second of three modules for Math 123 covering additional elementary
                                                                                                                     algebra topics such as polynomials and their operations, solution
MATHEMATICS 100                                                                                1.00 UNITS            of second degree equations and radical expressions. Applications
                                                                                                                     relating to the above topics are also covered.
MATHEMATICS WORKSHOP (NDA) (RPT 3)
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a mathematics or                                                               0503 lec 6:45-7:50am        MTWTh M JIMENEZ ZELJAK NEA231
mathematics related course.                                                                                          0508 lec 9:35 - 10:50am    MTTh        J.S. PAVLINA          NEA 225
T h i s c o u r s e o ff e r s s e l f - p a c e d , i n d i v i d u a l i z e d s t u d y s k i l l s f o r a l l   0510 lec 9:35 - 11:00am    MTTh        F. MA                 NEA 229
mathematics courses offered a the college. This class will be                                                        0511 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm   MTTh        Z.T. ROMERO           NEA 227
graded on a pass/no pass basis. Student needs to attend one of
the designated times. Tutorial assistance will be available through                                                  0512 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm    MTTh        F. SADDIGH            NEA 224
t h e L e a r n i n g A s s i s t a n c e C e n t e r. M a n d a t o r y O r i e n t a t i o n w i l l b e           EVENING CLASSES
available during the first week of the semester. Contact Nadine                                                      3404 lec 4:05 - 6:10pm     MW          J.A. MACIAS          NEA 225
Muro at muron@lahc.edu.
                                                                                                                     3414 lec 7:05 - 9:10pm     MW          W.L. OHM             NEA 225
0485      lab     2:45 - 4:55pm               M                 L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B
                                                                                                                     SATURDAY CLASS
or        lab      2:45 - 4:55pm              T                 L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B
                                                                                                                     7066 lec 8:00 - 12:20pm    S           Z. NI                 NEA 225
or        lab      2:45 - 4:55pm              W                 L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B
or        lab      2:55 - 5:05pm              Th                L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B
or        lab     12:00 - 2:00pm              F                 L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B
or        lab     12:30 - 2:50pm              S                 L.J. MCKENZIE                     LAC 105B




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MATHEMATICS COURSE SEQUENCE
                                Non-Transferable, A.A. degree Applicable Courses (ovals)

                  Lrn Skl 10                                                                         Math 112
                  Arithmetic                                                                        Pre-Algebra
                                                     Math 123 A
                                                   Element. & Int I




                                                     Math 123 B                                     Math 121
                                                   Element. & Int II                                Geometry




                                                    Math 123 C
                                                  Element. & Int III


                                                                                           Math 121
                                          UC/CSU Transferable Courses
                                                 (rectangles)



    Math 215             Math 227            Math 230               Math 234               Math 240                Math 260
  Math for Teach I       Statistics         Liberal Arts         College Algebra             Trig.                Pre-Calculus

                                                                                         (CSU only)

                                                      Math 235                     Math 236                        Math 265
    Math 216
                                                                                                                   Calculus I
  Math for Teach II
                                                           Bus. Soc. Science Majors
 K-6 Teaching
    Majors                                                                                                         Math 266
                                                                                                                   Calculus II




       Math 240 is not a pre-requisite to Math 260                                                                Math 267
                                                                                                                  Calculus III
       but it is a pre-requisite to Math 265
       Math 121 and 123C are pre-requisites to Math 240
                                                                                      Math 270                     Math 275
                                                                                   Linear Algebra                   Diff. Eq


                                                                                          Engineering, Math & Physics Majors


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MATHEMATICS 123C                                               4.00 UNITS       MATHEMATICS 240                                               3.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA III                                         TRIGONOMETRY (CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123A & B with a grade of “C”                   Prerequisites: Completion of Math 121 and 123C with grades of
or better.                                                                      ‘C’ or better.
Third of three modules for Math 123 covering intermediate algebra               Study of trigonometric functions and their applications to other
topics such as functions, conic sections, series and sequences.                 sciences.
Applications relating to the above topics are also covered.                     0529 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm TTh               M.S. GAGRAT             NEA 222
0506 lec 11:10 - 12:25pm      MTTh         J.S. PAVLINA            NEA 225      EVENING CLASS
0513 lec 8:00 - 8:55am        MTWTh        M. JIMENEZ ZELJAK       NEA 231      3423 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                  J. MUNCHERIAN           NEA 227
0514 lec 12:45 - 2:00pm       MWTh         F. MA                   NEA 229
0515 lec 9:35 - 10:30am       MTWTh        J.B. CARVER             NEA 103      MATHEMATICS 260                                               5.00 UNITS
0516 lec 10:00 - 10:55am      MTWTh        M.S. GAGRAT             NEA 222      PRE-CALCULUS (UC:CSU)
EVENING CLASSES                                                                 Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of “C” or
3417 lec 7:05 - 9:10pm        MW           D.B. STRIVEWELL         NEA 227      better.
                                                                                Math analysis topics necessary for a comprehensive background for
3419 lec 7:05 - 9:10pm        TTh          A. ELSHIHABI            NEA 225      the calculus sequence. Topics include theory of equations, matrices,
SATURDAY CLASS                                                                  sequences and series and analytic geometry.
7067 lec 8:00 - 12:20pm       S            M.A. CAN                NEA 103      0534 lec 11:10 - 12:20pm MTWTh            J.B. CARVER             NEA 103
INTERNET CLASS                                                                  EVENING CLASS
7655 lec 4:20 hrs/wk TBA-                  F. SADDIGH           INTERNET        3425 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm MW                 R.S. SALEM              NEA 229
Mandatory Orientation will be held on Tues. 2/7/12 in NEA 224 at 4:30pm.
Students who do not attend the mandatory orientation will be excluded.
Contact fsaddigh@socal.rr.com as soon as you register.                          MATHEMATICS 265                                               5.00 UNITS
                                                                                CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU)
MATHEMATICS 216                                                3.00 UNITS       Prerequisites: Completion of Mathematics 240 and 260 with
                                                                                grades of ‘C’ or better.
PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS II (UC:CSU)                                           Business majors are urged to take Mathematics 235 and 236
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 215 with a grade of “C” or                     instead of Mathematics 260 and 265 unless they
better.                                                                         plan to take additional calculus courses.
Second in a two course sequence designed for future elementary                  First course in a three-semester unified treatment of analytic
school teachers.
                                                                                geometry and calculus. Topics include introduction of
3403 lec     6:55 -10:05pm T               N. NOGUERA              NEA 231      differential and integral calculus and their applications in
                                                                                science and engineering.
MATHEMATICS 227                                                4.00 UNITS       EVENING CLASS
STATISTICS (UC:CSU)                                                             3426 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm MW                 F. FARIDPAK             NEA 224
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of “C” or                    7570 lec 11:10 - 12:20pm MTTh             F. MA                   NEA 229
better.
Introductory mathematical statistics course covering descriptive and            &    lec 1:50 hrs/wk TBA- F. MA           INTERNET
inferential statistics topics.                                                  HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid Courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus
                                                                                and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of
0523 lec 8:00 - 9:25am        MTTh         Z.T. ROMERO             NEA 227      the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
0524 lec 12:45 - 1:40pm       MTWTh        J.B. CARVER             NEA 103
EVENING CLASS
3420 lec 7:05 - 9:10pm        TTh    J. DESULIMA PRZYBOROW NEA 231
SATURDAY CLASS
7070 lec 8:00 - 12:20pm
INTERNET CLASS
                              S            B. TONG                 NEA 224      Meet the Faculty
7697 lec 4:15 hrs/wk TBA-     F. SADDIGH                        INTERNET
Mandatory Orientation will be held on Tues. 2/7/12 in NEA 224 at 5:30pm.
Students who do not attend the mandatory orientation will be excluded. There
                                                                                 James Carver is the new instructor in the math-
will be an on-campus final on June 2, 2012. Contact fsaddigh@socal.rr.com         ematics department. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in
as soon as you register.                                                         Mathematics from the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith
                                                                                 (after starting college as a Mechanical Engineering major).
MATHEMATICS 234                                                4.00 UNITS        He received his Master’s Degree in Statistics from Northern
COLLEGE LEVEL ALGEBRA (UC:CSU)                                                   Arizona University in Flagstaff where he lectured for two
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of ‘C’ or                     years previous to relocating to Harbor College.
better.
                                                                                  James is a native to California and spent a lot of his youth
0531 lec 9:35 - 11:00am MTTh               Z.T. ROMERO             NEA 227
                                                                                 in South Gate. “It is good to be home again,” he says.
EVENING CLASS
                                                                                   James is extremely passionate about sports, particularly
3424 lec 7:05 - 9:10pm MW                  R. WONG                 NEA 231       baseball, basketball, football, and bowling and follows the
                                                                                 Dodgers and Lakers closely, as well as USC, UCLA, and
MATHEMATICS 235                                                5.00 UNITS        the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. He would love the
FINITE MATHEMATICS (UC:CSU)                                                      opportunity to be the official scorer for a Dodger game in
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of “C” or
better.                                                                          the future. James also coached several years of Little League
Covers topics of importance to certain Business and Social Science               baseball and basketball in the past and looks forward to
majors.                                                                          doing so again.
0527 lec    11:10-12:20pm     MTWTh        M. JIMENEZ ZELJAK       NEA231          James believes, “Impacting one child positively is worth
                                                                                 all the negativity in the world.”


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       Financial Aid Information ...................................................58
       Application for Admission ..................................................59
       Board of Governor’s Waiver ..............................................61
       K-12 Approval Form...........................................................63
       A.A. Degree Graduation Requirements (Plan A) ...............65
       A.A. Degree Graduation Requirements (Plan B) ...............66
       CSU G.E. Certification .......................................................67
       IGETC................................................................................68




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 LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                                       APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION                                                                        Please type or print clearly in black ink
1. Student Identification Number                                                      3. Legal Name                                                                                              5. Alternate Identification Number
Leave blank unless you have previously been assigned a                               _____________________________________________________
Student Identification Number
                                                                                      Last                                            First                             Middle Initial
   8       8                                                                                                                                                                                     If you are a returning student and have been previously assigned an
The social security number will no longer be used as primary                         List other names you have used. If none, check box:                                                         Alternate Identification Number by the district, please complete.
student identifier for students per Civil Code 1798.85. Student                                                                                                                                  Otherwise leave blank.
Information System (SIS) will generate an identification number                      _____________________________________________________                                                       6. This Application is for
for each student who is new to LACCD. Leave blank if you have
not been assigned a SID by the district.
                                                                                      Last                                            First                         Middle Initial
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Fall        Winter           Spring           Summer
2. Social Security Number                                                             4. Legal Address/Residence (Do not use P.O. Box or Business Address)                                            Year __________
                                                                                     _______________________________________________________________________                                     7. Gender
                                                                                      Number     Street           Apt. No.                                                                                Female          Male
Students are required by law to provide their Social Security                        _______________________________________________________________________
Number, which will be used for reporting to the federal
                                                                                      City                        State           Zip Code                                                       8. Birth Date                               Age
government under the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 and for
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ___________________________            ______________
financial aid verification. If you do not have a Social Security
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Month        Day      Year
number, or if you do not wish to use it, please leave blank.                          I have lived at this address since: ____________________________________________________
                                                                                                                            Month               Day                 Year
9. If you have lived at your present address fewer than two years, list previous address(es)                                                        13. Contact Information
                                                                                                                                                    E-mail: ______________________________________________________________________________
 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
 Number/Street/Apt. No.                  City/State                FROM: Mo/Yr     TO: Mo/Yr
                                                                                                                                                    Primary Telephone: ( ______ )   ________________________________________________________
 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                     Area Code                           Number
 Number/Street/Apt. No.                  City/State                FROM: Mo/Yr     TO: Mo/Yr
10. Mailing Address (if different from Legal Address given above)                                                                                   14. Place of Birth
 ________________________________________________________________________________________                                                           __________________________________________________________________________
 Number/Street/Apt. No.                                      City/State                                                    Zip Code                      City                                           State or Foreign Country
 11. My present stay in California began on:                                                                                                        15. Full name of the most recent High School you attended
                                                                         ________________________________________                                   __________________________________________________________
                                                                         Month                               Day                      Year          Name of High School
    Are any of the following on active military duty? (Please check all that apply)                                                                 __________________________________________________________________________
        Yourself                     Spouse                   Parents                                                                                City                                     State or Foreign Country
 12. The questions below must be answered by every applicant .
        At any time in the past two years have you:
                                                                                                                                                    16. Last College attended. If none, check box:
       (If you are under 19, answer for your parents)                                                                                               ___________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                    Name of College                            Dates Attended
       •       Registered to vote in a state other than California?................................... Yes    No   If yes, what year? ___________   ____________________________________________________________________________
       •       Filed a legal action in a state other than California?................................. Yes    No   If yes, what year? ___________   City/State/Foreign Country                 Degree Awarded
       •       Attended a non-California college/university as a resident of that state?.. Yes                No   If yes, what year? __________
                                                                                                                                                    17. I am a citizen of __________________________________________
       •       Filed as a Non-Resident for California State Income Tax Purposes?........ Yes                  No   If yes, what year? __________                                           Country
The LACCD consists of the following colleges. Please check ONE school.                                                                              18. If you are not a United States Citizen, please circle and complete:
                                                                                                                                                    2. Permanent Resident Alien                      ______________________________
       City                       East                             Harbor                    Mission                      Pierce                    3. Temporary Resident Alien                      Permanent Resident or Visa Number
                                                                                                                                                    4. Refugee, Asylee
       Southwest                  Trade Tech                       Valley                    West LA                      ITV                       5. Student Visa (F-1 or M-1 visa)                __________________________
                                                                                                                                                    6. Other (Specify): ________________             Issue/Adjustment Date
                                                                                                                                                    7. Visitor Visa (B-1 or B-2 visa)
OFFICE
USE
ONLY                          Residence                                     Date Processed                               A&R Assistant              Student Last Name
                                                                                                                                 Continue on other side
19. Complete this question only if you are under 19 and have never been married.                                                                                  24. Highest Education Status: Please enter number and year in boxes below
Name of Parent or Legal Guardian: ___________________________________________________                                                                                  1      =   Earned a U.S. High School diploma (or will earn one before college semester begins)
                                                                                                                                                                       2      =   Enrolled in grade 12 or below when college semester begins
Relationship to you:              Father            Mother          Legal Guardian                Other ____________________                                           3      =   Not a High School graduate, currently enrolled in adult school
                                                                                                                                                                       4      =   Not a High School graduate, last attended High School
Is the person a:            U.S. Citizen             Permanent Resident Alien                     Other ____________________                                           5      =   Passed the GED or received a certificate of H.S. equivalency                Number
                                                                                                                                                                       6      =   Earned California High School Proficiency Certificate
If a Permanent Resident Alien, enter “A-Number” and date of issue:                                   ___________________                                               7      =   Earned a Foreign Secondary diploma or certificate of graduation
                                                                                                                                                                       8      =   Earned an Associate degree
Current residence of this person:                  __________________                           From: __________ To: PRESENT                                           9      =   Earned a Bachelor’s or higher degree                                         Year
                                                   State                                              Month/Year
20. Ethnic Identity (*)                                                                                                                                           25. Enrollment Status: Please enter number in box
If you are Hispanic or Latino, please enter letter in box                                                                                                              1      =   First time college student
                                                                                                                                                                       2      =   First time at this college, after attending another college
       A    = Mexican, Mexican/                C      = South American                                                                                                 3      =   Returning to this college, after attending another college
              American, Chicano                                                                                                                                        4      =   Returning to this college, without having attended another college
       B    = Central American                 D      = Hispanic, Other                                                                                                5      =   Enrolling in this college, while attending school in the 12th or lower grade
If not Hispanic or Latino, please check all that apply
                                                                                                                                                                  26. College Units or degree completed by first day of this term
       E          Asian Indian                 K           Asian Vietnamese                                 Q          Pacific Islander Hawaiian                       Please enter number in box
       F          Asian Chinese                L           Filipino                                         R          Pacific Islander Samoan                         1      = 0 units                      4       = 30 to 59
       G          Asian Japanese               M           Asian Other                                      S          Pacific Islander Other                          2      = 1 to 15                      5       = 60 or more units, no degree
       H          Asian Korean                 O           American Indian, Alaskan/ Native                 T          Caucasian, White                                3      = 16 to 29                     6       = A.A., A.S., B.A., B.S. or higher degree
       I          Asian Laotian                P           Pacific Islander Guamanian                       U          Black, African/American
       J          Asian Cambodian
                                                                                                                                                                  27. Veteran (Leave blank, unless you are a veteran)
21. What is your primary language? (*) Please enter one number in box                                                                                                   Were you honorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces?                Yes        No
       1    =   English           5       =    Filipino
       2    =   Armenian          6       =    Japanese            9       = Spanish                                                                                    If Yes, date you were discharged:        Month ______________        Day _______       Year ________
       3    =   Chinese           7       =    Korean              10      = Vietnamese
       4    =   Farsi             8       =    Russian             11      = Other language ______________________________
                                                                                                                                                                  28. Student Information -- Permission to Release
                                                                                                                                                                  TYPES OF STUDENT INFORMATION: According to the Los Angeles Community College District (1)
22. What is your main educational goal? Please enter one number in box                                                                                            Directory Information: Includes your name; city of residence; participation in officially recognized activities and
                                                                                                                                                                  sports; weight and height of athletic team members; dates of attendance; degrees and awards received; and the
       1    =   Prepare for a new career (acquire new job skills)
       2    =   Advance in current job/career (update job skills)                                                                                                 most recent previous educational institution attended. (2) College Foundation Information: Includes your name,
                                                                                                                                                                  address, and telephone number. 3) Four-year College Information: Includes your name, address, and telephone
       3    =   Discover/develop career interests, plans and goals
       4    =   Obtain a two-year vocational degree without transfer                                                                                              number. 4) Military Recruiting Information: Includes “Directory information” plus address, telephone number,
                                                                                                                                                                  date of birth, and major field of study.
       5    =   Obtain a two-year Associate degree without transfer
       6    =   Obtain a vocational certificate without transfer                                                                                                           I do not permit the college to release directory information
       7    =   Obtain a Bachelor’s degree after completing an                                                                                                         ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Associate’s degree                                                                                                                                     (Leave blank if you want information on LACCD Foundation scholarships, grants, and
       8    =   Obtain a Bachelor’s degree without completing an                          13      = Undecided on goal                                                  networking opportunities)
                Associate’s degree                                                        14      = To move from noncredit coursework to credit                        I do not permit the release of information to the College Foundation
       9    =   Maintain certificate or license (e.g. Nursing, Real Estate)                         coursework                                                         ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       10   =   Improve basic skills in English, reading or math                                                                                                           I do not permit the release of information to four-year colleges
                                                                                          15      = Complete 4 year college requirements
       11   =   Complete credits for high school diploma or GED                                                                                                            I do not permit the release of information to the military
       12   =   Personal development (intellectual, cultural)
                                                                                                                                                                  You may change your Directory Release at any time by completing a Release of Directory Information form and
                                                                                                                                                                  returning it to the Admissions Office.
23. Special Services (*)
The Los Angeles Community College District is committed to increasing your educational success. Each area listed below provide                                    NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
special services. Please indicate those services that interest you                                                                                                All programs and activities of the Los Angeles Community College District shall be operated in a manner which
   1       Financial Aid            6     Information regarding special services and/or accommodations for students with                                          is free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy,
   2                                   disabilities may be obtained from the Disabled Student Programs (DSPS) Office.                                             maritial status, sexual orientation, age, handicap or veterans status (Reference: Board Rule, chapter 15)
           Child Care
   3                                  7       Are you from a low income family and in need of special counseling, tutoring, and/or                                In order to ensure the proper handling of all civil rights matters, each college in the District has its own Diversity
            Tutoring                                                                                                                                              program, Title IX/Sex-Equity Coordinator, Section 504 Coordinator of Handicap Programs, and an
   4        Transfer Assistance               financial aid assistance?      Yes        No                                                                        Ombudsperson. Direct initial inquiries to the Office of Diversity Programs at (213) 891-2000.
   5        Employment                8         I am a former or current foster youth and am interested in financial aid and/or other
            Assistance                                                                                                                                            29. Certification
                                              benefits & services available to foster youth.                                                                      I declare under penalty of perjury that all information on this form is correct. I understand that falsifying or
                                                                                                                                                                  withholding information required on this form shall constitute grounds for dismissal.
    Responses to questions marked by this symbol will be used to provide you with information on college programs and                                             REQUIRED
 *
services and/or for statistical purposes only. Refusal to provide this information will not be used to deny admission to the college or any of its programs. If
additional information is needed to determine your residence status you will be required to complete a supplemental residence questionnaire and/or to present     SIGNATURE______________________________________________________Date______________
evidence in accordance with Education Code sections 68040 et seq. The burden of proof to clearly demonstrate both physical presence in Californiaand intent to
establish California residence lies with the student.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Revised: 3/2009
                        California Community Colleges 2011-2012 Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books,
supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the
Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office.
Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section 68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a
California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA.
Name:                                                                                              Student ID #
                 Last                        First                   Middle Initial
Email (if available):                                                                            Telephone Number: (______)

Home Address:                                                                                    Date of Birth:                       _______/_______/_________
                        Street                         City                   Zip Code
Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?                                              Yes        No
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT
The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships
registered with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as
an Independent married student to determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your domestic
partner. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and
income and household information will be required for the parent’s domestic partner.
Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid.
Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code? (Answer “Yes” if you or
your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of
State’s Office.)                                                                                                             Yes         No
If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner’s income and
household information or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Student Marital Status:                  Single     Married       Divorced        Separated         Widowed     Registered Domestic Partnership
DEPENDENCY STATUS
The questions below will determine whether you are considered a Dependent student or Independent student for fee waiver eligibility and whether parental
information is needed. If you answer “Yes” to ANY of the questions 1-10 below, you will be considered an INDEPENDENT student. If you answer “No” to all
questions, you will be considered a Dependent student thereby reporting parental information and should continue with Question 11.
1. Were you born before January 1, 1988? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                          Yes       No
2. As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)? (Answer "Yes" if you are separated but not divorced or have not filed a
        termination notice to dissolve partnership. If you answer “Yes,” skip to question 13.)                                                    Yes       No
3. Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training?
         (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                          Yes       No
4. Do you have children who will receive more than half of their support from you between July 1, 2011-June 30, 2012, or other dependents who live with you
        (other than your children or spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2012? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)
                                                                                                                                                  Yes       No
5. At any time since you turned age 13, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care, or were you a dependent or ward of the court ? (If “Yes,” skip
        to question 13)                                                                                                                           Yes       No
6. Are you or were you an emancipated minor as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
        (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                           Yes       No
7. Are you or were you in legal guardianship as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
        (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                           Yes       No
8. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did your high school or school district homeless liaison determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was
        homeless? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                 Yes       No
9. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did the director of an emergency shelter or transitional housing program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and
        Urban Development determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
        (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                           Yes       No
10. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did the director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center or transitional living program determine that you were an
        unaccompanied          youth       who     was       homeless       or      were       self-supporting  and       at      risk     of      being    homeless?
        (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                                           Yes       No
    If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 10, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must
    provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #13.
    If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 10, complete the following questions:
11. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or
        both of your parents?                                                                                       Will Not File         Yes       No
12. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP?                                              Yes         No
    If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 10 and "Yes" to either question 11 or 12, you must provide income and household information about your
    PARENT(S)/RDP. Please answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow.
    If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 11, and "No" to question 12, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this
    enrollment fee waiver. You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT
    information and file a FAFSA so you may be considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information.
METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
13. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from:
               TANF/CalWORKs?                                                                                                     Yes        No
               SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)?                                                 Yes        No
               General Assistance?                                                                                                Yes        No
14. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a primary source of income?
                                                                                                                                  Yes        No
    If you answered "Yes" to question 13 or 14 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are
    required to show current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities.
METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
15. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your
    parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2012.) _________
16. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more
    than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2012.) ___________
17. 2010 Income Information
                                                                                       DEPENDENT STUDENT:                  INDEPENDENT STUDENT:
       (Dependent students should not include their income information for Q               PARENT(S)/ RDP                STUDENT (& SPOUSE'S/ RDP)
       17 a and b below.)                                                                   INCOME ONLY                           INCOME
        a. Adjusted Gross Income (If 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return was
              filed, enter the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21;
              1040EZ, line 4).                                                     $                                       $
        b. All other income (Include ALL money received in 2010 that is not
              included in line (a) above (such as disability, child support,
              military living allowance, Workman’s Compensation, untaxed
              pensions).                                                           $                                       $
                  TOTAL Income for 2010 (Sum of a + b)                                         $                                            $
The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify
using this simple method, you should file a FAFSA.
  SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS
  18. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
               Submit certification.                                                                                                                      Yes        No
  19. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
               Submit certification.                                                                                                                      Yes        No
  20. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient?
               Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs.                                                                              Yes        No
  21. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack?
               Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.                                                          Yes        No
  22. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty?
               Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record.                                                                            Yes        No
     If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 18-22, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or
     adjustments. Sign the Certification below. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.
CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW
I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized
official, I agree to provide proof of this information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my
parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause
for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college, the college
district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges.
I understand the following information (please check each box):
             Federal and state financial aid programs are available to help with college costs (including enrollment fees, books & supplies, transportation and room and
             board expenses). By completing the FAFSA, additional financial assistance may be available in the form of Pell and other grants, work study and other
             aid.
             I may apply for and receive financial assistance if I am enrolled, either full time or part time, in an eligible program of study (certificate, associate degree or
             transfer).
             Financial aid program information and application assistance is available in the college financial aid office.

Applicant’s Signature                                                 Date                     Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only)                                             Date

                                                                         CALIFORNIA INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT
 State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following
information be provided to financial aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine
your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure
to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal
government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished on this form as it pertains to them.
 The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN
may be used to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you
should ask the financial aid officer at your college for further information. The Chancellor’s Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not
discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis.
Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to which you are applying.
                                                                               FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
       BOGFW-A                               BOGFW-B                     Special Classification                                     RDP                            Student is not eligible
        TANF/CalWORKs                                                      Veteran              National Guard                              Student
         GA                                                                                     Dependent                                  Parent
                                             BOGFW-C                         Medal of Honor              9/11 Dependent
         SSI/SSP
                                                                             Dep. of deceased law enforcement/fire
                                                                             personnel
 Comments:

 Certified by:                                                                                                          Date:
                                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE APPROVAL FORM FOR K-12 STUDENTS
                                       (K-8 Students must follow additional procedures. Refer to the bold box at the bottom of this page)
Admission: Any college in the Los Angeles Community College District may admit as a special part-time or full-time student, anyone who is in the age group of Kindergarten to
12th grade (K-12), who has completed the admission requirements set forth in Administrative Regulation E-87, and who in the opinion of the College President (or designee) may
benefit from instruction (Board Rules 8100.05, 8100.06, 8100.07 and 8100.08; and Education Code Sections 48800; 48800.5; 76001).
Fee: Enrollment fees for Special Part-Time Student K-12 students will be waived pursuant to Board Rule 8100.07 and Education Code Section 76300 (f). Special Full-Time
Students K-12 students (i.e., students enrolled in 12 units or more) are required to pay enrollment fees. Residents of other states and foreign students are subject to non-
resident tuition. The Los Angeles Community College district charges a Health fee and, where applicable, a student representation fee.
Conditions: The student is expected to follow regulations and procedures established for all college students. Students shall receive credit for community college courses
which they complete. Students are responsible for information in College Catalog and Class Schedule. Arrangements for receiving high school credit for course work completed
must be made with the student’s high school. The student may only enroll in those courses listed on this form. This enrollment approval form must be presented when the
student files an application for admission to the College for students in the age group of K-12 grade. A separate approval must be provided for each semester or summer session
in which the student wishes to enroll. Parent/Guardian, student and school authorization signatures required before application can be processed. The Los Angeles Community
College District and its colleges assume no responsibility for the supervision of minor students outside of the classroom setting. Parents and/or sponsoring agencies are
responsible for ensuring that their children are appropriately supervised before class begins, after class finishes and if or when a class is cancelled and/or dismissed early.
                                                                    Student Personal Information (Please print)
Student Name: _______________________________________________________________________                                                  Soc. Sec. No. ________/_____/________
                      Last                                  First                                          Initial
Student Address: _____________________________________________________________________                                              Birthdate: ________/________/________
                      Street & Apt. Number                                                                                                            Month   Day     Year
                    _____________________________________________________________________                                            Phone: (______) ___________________
                      City                                  State                                          ZIP
I authorize my son/daughter to enroll in a college-level course in the Los Angeles Community College District. I understand my son or daughter will be in an adult environment
when attending classes on the Harbor College campus. I understand that my child will not be afforded any special status or supervision as a result of his/her minor status while
enrolled in the Los Angeles Community College District; and I also understand that I will not have access to my child’s student records (including grades and transcripts) without
their written consent, their minor status not withstanding.
______________________________________________________                                            ___________________________________________                          __________
                             Parent’s (Guardian’s) printed name                                                         Parent’s (Guardian’s) Signature                       Date
                                                                                  College Information
SECTION A: COMPLETE SECTION A IF YOU ARE TAKING COLLEGE CLASSES AT THE HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS.
I agree to enroll in the following class(es) at Harbor College.                      ______         Fall             ______     Spring               ______ Summer _______ Year
I authorize the release of transcript information to my school upon the school’s written request:
A student signature is required for Section A.                                                    ______________________________ _________
                                                                                                                               Student’s Signature                    Date

1.   _____________________________________________                                          2.    ____________________________________________________
              Course Title & Number                                     Section Number                          Course Title & Number                               Section Number

3.   _____________________________________________                                          4.    ____________________________________________________
              Course Title & Number                                     Section Number                          Course Title & Number                               Section Number


SECTION B: COMPLETE SECTION B IF YOU ARE TAKING A CLASS AT THE COLLEGE CAMPUS.
Harbor College class(es) recommended by school official.                                 ______     Fall             ______     Spring               ______ Summer _______ Year
Student must enroll in these classes on campus in person, or by telephone or internet registration.

1.   ____________________________________________________________                           2.    ___________________________________________________________________
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                                                            L. A. Harbor College
                               ASSOCIATE DEGREE – GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
                                                 PLAN A (2011-12)
General Education Requirements: Minimum of 30 semester units.
Major Requirements: Minimum of 18 units in a single or related field. Effective for all students entering Fall 2009 or later, each course
counted towards the major or area of emphasis requirement must be completed with a “C” (2.0 or equivalent) or better. Any math course
in D2, or Stat 1, completed with “C” grade or better meets required math competency for graduation, as does placement above
intermediate algebra or passing the math competency exam. English 101 with “C” grade or better meets English competency for
graduation.
                         Please see a counselor and check the college catalog for specific major requirements.

                                                          ***THIS FORM SUBJECT TO CHANGE EACH YEAR***                                    C      IP   N
  A. NATURAL SCIENCES                                                                                      3 Semester Units minimum
    Anatomy 1, Anthro 101, Astron 1, Biology 1, 3, 5, 10, 60, 101 , Chem 40, 65, 66 70, 101, Env Sci 1, 2, Geog 1, Geology 1, 11,
    Micro 1, 20, Oceano 1, 12, Phys Sci 1, Physics 6, 11, 37, Physiol 1, Psych 2
    Other College _________________                                                       Advanced Placement ________________
  B. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                                                                        9 Semester Units minimum
    B1. AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS (3 Semester Units minimum)
       History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 81, 82, Pol Sci 1, 30
    B2. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 Semester Units minimum)
       Anthro 102, 121, Bus 1, Ch Dev 1, Drafting 6, Econ 1, 2, 5, Eng Gen 28, Geog 2, 7, History 1, 2, 3, 4, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 81*,
       82*, 86*, 87*, Pol Sci 2, 4, 7, 8, Psych 1, 3, 11, 14, 41, Soc 1, 2, 5, 12, 21
    B3. Minimum of 3 additional semester units from B1 or B2 above.
    Other College _________________                                                          Advanced Placement ________________
  C. HUMANITIES                                                                                            3 Semester Units minimum
    Arc 132, 133, Art 101, 102, 103, 201, Cinema 105, English 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 218, 219,
    234, 239, 240, 241, 251, French 1, 2, 3, History 81*, 82*, 86*, 87*, Human 1, 6, 17, 31, 60, Japan 21, 22, Music 101, 111, 141,
    Philos 1, 20, 33, Photo 121, Phys Ed 800, Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 12, 21, 22, 35, 36, Theater 100, 200
    Other College _________________                                                           Advanced Placement ________________
  D. LANGUAGE AND RATIONALITY                                                                             12 Semester Units minimum
    D1. ENGLISH COMPOSITION (3 Semester Units minimum)
       English 101, 28, 31, Journ 101
    D2. COMMUNICATION AND ANALYTICAL THINKING (6 Semester Units minimum)
       Co Sci 58, 91, 92, 317, 340, 344, Co Tek 61, Eng Tek 50, English 102, Journ 105, Math 123C, 125, 215, 216, 227, 230, 234,
       235, 236, 240, 245, 260, 265, 266, 267, Philos 6, 8, Speech 101, 102, 104, 111, 121, Stat 1
    D3. Minimum of 3 additional semester units from D1 or D2 above.
    Other College _________________                                                          Advanced Placement ________________
  E. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                         3 Semester Units minimum
    E1. HEALTH EDUCATION (2 Semester Units minimum)
        Health 2, 6, 10, 11, 12, Fam & CS 21
    E2. ONE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY (1 Semester Units minimum)                                    Military credit
        Health 2, 6, Phys Ed 97 through 690                                                           (if applicable) _______________

  Major / Area of Emphasis:
  Major Courses (min. 18 units)

  Electives



  Competency Met:        English: Course ______           Math: Course_______ Test _______                                    TOTAL
    * May be counted for one area only, not both.                    C = Completed        IP = In Progress        N = Need



    Updated 4/12/11                                                              Counselor’s Signature                                   Date
       ______________________________                                                                   ____________________________
                       Student                                                                                            Student ID


                                                        Los Angeles Harbor College
                                  ASSOCIATE DEGREE – GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
                                                    PLAN B (2011-12)

General Education Requirements: Minimum of 18 semester units.
Major Requirements: Minimum of 36 units in a single or related field. Effective for all students entering Fall 2009 or
later, each course counted towards the major or area of emphasis requirement must be completed with a “C” (2.0 or
equivalent) or better. Any math course in D2, or Stat 1, completed with “C” grade or better meets required math
competency for graduation, as does placement above intermediate algebra or passing the math competency exam.
English 101 with “C” grade or better meets English competency for graduation.

                              Please see a counselor and check the college catalog for specific major requirements.

                                                         ***THIS FORM SUBJECT TO CHANGE EACH YEAR***                                     C      IP   N
  A. NATURAL SCIENCES                                                                                         3 Semester Units minimum
    Anatomy 1, Anthro 101, Astron 1, Biology 1, 3, 5, 10, 60, 101, Chem 40, 65, 66 70, 101, Env Sci 1, 2, Geog 1, Geology 1, 11,
    Micro 1, 20, Oceano 1, 12, Phys Sci 1, Physics 6, 11, 37, Physiol 1, Psych 2
    Other College _________________                                                       Advanced Placement ________________
  B. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                                                                           3 Semester Units minimum
    B1. AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS (3 Semester Units minimum)
       History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 81*, 82*, Pol Sci 1, 30
    Other College _________________                                                           Advanced Placement ________________
  C. HUMANITIES                                                                                               3 Semester Units minimum
    Arc 132, 133, Art 101, 102, 103, 201, Cinema 105, English 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 218, 219,
    234, 239, 240 241, 251, French 1, 2, 3, History 81*, 82*, 86, 87, Human 1, 6, 17, 31, 60, Japan 21, 22, Music 101, 111, 141,
    Philos 1, 20, 33, Photo 121, Phys Ed 800, Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 12, 21, 22, 35, 36, Theater 100, 200
    Other College _________________                                                           Advanced Placement ________________
  D. LANGUAGE AND RATIONALITY                                                                                 6 Semester Units minimum
    D1. ENGLISH COMPOSITION (3 Semester Units minimum)
       English 101, 28, 31, Journ 101
    D2. COMMUNICATION AND ANALYTICAL THINKING (3 Semester Units minimum)
       Co Sci 58, 91, 92, 317, 340, 344, Co Tek 61, Eng Tek 50, English 102, Journ 105, Math 123C, 125, 215, 216, 227, 230, 234,
       235, 236, 240, 245, 260, 265, 266, 267, Philos 6, 8, Speech 101, 102, 104, 111, 121, Stat 1
    Other College _________________                                                        Advanced Placement ________________
  E. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                            3 Semester Units minimum
    E1. HEALTH EDUCATION (2 Semester Units minimum)
        Health 2, 6, 10, 11, 12, Fam & CS 21
    E2. ONE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY (1 Semester Unit minimum)                                      Military credit
        Health 2, 6, Phys Ed 97 through 690                                                            (if applicable) _______________

  Major / Area of Emphasis:
  Major Courses (min. 36 units)

  Electives



  Competency Met:       English: Course ______            Math: Course_______ Test _______                                    TOTAL
    * May be counted for one area only, not both.                       C = Completed      IP = In Progress    N = Need




    Updated 4/12/11                                                                Counselor’s Signature                                 Date
California State University
GENERAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS -- 2011 - 2012                                              CSU Campus __________________________________
     This pattern of CSU general education requirements applies to students beginning Fall (or Summer) 1981 or later. Thirty-nine units of general education coursework,
excluding the Statutory Requirement, may be certified by Harbor College as acceptable toward the bachelor’s degree general education at a California State University. The
student will have to complete 9 additional units of upper division coursework for G.E. after transfer. Beginning Spring 1987, courses to be used for Area A and B4 (Math-
ematics) must be completed with “C” grades or better.
      A maximum of 30 units will be allowed in Areas “B”, “C”, and “D” collectively for certification. A minimum of 9 units must be completed in each of Areas “A”, “B”, “C”, and
“D” if the student wishes to have more than 30 units certified. If Areas “A” and “B” are not completed at time of transfer, the CSU campus may request proof that these subject
requirements were cleared by high school coursework. Most universities will expect students to finish 60 transferable units with a minimum 2.0 gpa, usually higher.
    Students must complete at least 12 units of coursework at Harbor College in order to have any work certified by Harbor College. Students not complying with the
above minimum certification requirements must follow the catalog of the intended university of transfer in place of these requirements. Consult with a counselor. It is
strongly recommended that students request certification through the Office of Admissions & Records before sending final transcripts to the university.

                                                                                             C2 Humanities
           AREA A - ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION AND                                          English 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212,         IN
           CRITICAL THINKING (9 units)                                                           213, 214, 215, 218, 219, 234, 239, 240, 241, 251          PROG. COMP.

                                                                      IN
                                                                                                History 81^, 82^, 86^, 87^
           Select one course from each of A1, A2, and A3.            PROG COMP.
                                                                                                Humanities 1, 6, 9, 17, 30, 31, 60
                                                                                                Japanese 21, 22
                                                                                                Philosophy 1, 20, 33
           A1 Oral Communication                                                                French 1, 2, 3
              Speech 101, 102, 121                                                              Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 12, 21, 22, 35, 36

           A2 Written Communication
              English 101                                                                    AREA D - SOCIAL SCIENCES AND BEHAVIOR;
                                                                                             HISTORICAL BACKGROUND (9 units)
           A3 Critical Thinking                                                              Select courses from at least two disciplines. (Courses may
              Computer Science 58                                                            be counted in only one D section).
              Journalism 105 (5)
              Philosophy 6, 8                                                                D1 Anthropology and Archaeology
              Speech 104                                                                        Anthropology 102, 121
              English 102
                                                                                             D2 Economics
           AREA B - SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE                                         Economics 1, 2, 5
           REASONING (9 units)                                                                  Business 1
           Courses selected for this area must include at least                              D5 Geography
           one course listed in each of the categories below.                                   Geography 2, 7

           B1 Physical Universe (at least 1 course):                                         D6 History
              Astronomy 1                                                                       History 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21,
              Chemistry 55, 65, 66, 70, 101, 102, 211, 212                                      23, 24, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 81^, 82^, 86^, 87^
              Environmental Science 1                                                        D7 Interdisciplinary Social and Behavioral Science
              Geography 1                                                                       Engineering Gen. Tech 28
              Geology 1, 11
              Oceanography 1                                                                 D8 Political Science, Government, & Legal Institutions
              Physical Science 1                                                                Political Science 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 30
              Physics 6, 7, 11, 37, 38, 39                                                      History 5, 11, 41, 43
           B2 Life Forms (at least 1 course):                                                D9 Psychology
              Anatomy 1                                                                         Psychology 1, 11^, 14, 41
              Anthropology 101                                                                  Child Development 1^
              Biology 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 60, 101                                             D0 Sociology and Criminology
              Environmental Science 2                                                           Sociology 1, 2, 5, 12
              Microbiology 1, 20
              Oceanography 12
              Physiology 1                                                                   AREA E - LIFELONG UNDERSTANDING AND SELF
              Psychology 2                                                                   DEVELOPMENT (3 units)
                                                                                             Select from E1 or the E1 and E2 combination
           B3 Laboratory Activity
              Anatomy 1                                                                      E1 Integrated Organism
              Astronomy 5                                                                        Child Development 1^
              Biology 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 60, 101                                                    Family & Consumer Studies 21
              Chemistry 55, 65, 66, 70, 101,102, 211, 212                                        Health 2, 6, 10, 11
              Environmental Science 21                                                           Personal Development 20
              Geography 15                                                                       Psychology 3, 11^
              Geology 6                                                                          Sociology 21
              Microbiology 1, 20                                                             *Please see note below
              Oceanography 4, 10
              Physical Science 14                                                            E2 Activity (Limit 1 unit)
              Physics 6, 7, 11, 37, 38, 39                                                      All Physical Education courses meet the E2 activity
              Physiology 1                                                                      requirement except for P. E. 700 & 900 series courses.

           B4 Mathematical Concepts (at least 1 course):                                     STATUTORY REQUIREMENT (6 units)
              Mathematics 215, 216, 227, 230, 234, 235,                                      These courses may or may not be counted as part of the
              236, 240, 245, 260, 265, 266, 267, 270, 271, 275,                              39 unit lower division general education requirement de-
              Statistics 1, Co. Sci. 317 (Math 165)                                          pending on the choice of CSU — see instructions above.
           AREA C - ARTS AND HUMANITIES (9 units)                                            Select one course from “A” and one course from “B” below:
                                                                                             A. Political Science 1, 30
           Select at least one course from Arts (C1) and one
           course from Humanities (C2). The third course may                                 B. History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 81, 82
           be from either category.
           C1 Arts                                                                           ^ May be counted for one area only, not for both.
              Art 101, 102, 103, 201
              Architecture 132 (43), 133 (44)
              Cinema 105 (same as Theater 505)
              Music 101, 111, 141                                                                  *Students wanting an AA Degree must take health or
              Photo 121                                                                            Family & Consumer Studies 21 and one unit of P. E.
              Physical Education 800 (Dance)
              Theater 100, 505 (same as Cinema 105)
                                                                                                                     Los Angeles Harbor College Counseling Office 4/11
                                                             IGETC
                       (INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM)
                                               2011-12
                                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
   The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is a series of courses that community college students can use to
   satisfy lower division general education requirements at any CSU or UC campus. The IGETC provides an option to the California State
   University General Education Requirements and replaces the University of California Transfer Core Curriculum. Students in high unit
   majors may nd it advantageous to follow a particular UC campus’s breadth requirements instead of the IGETC. Students with prior UC
   coursework may be ineligible to follow the IGETC to transfer back to a UC. See a counselor for additional information.

   IMPORTANT: Students need to have the IGETC certi ed prior to sending nal transcripts to the university. Failure
   to have general education certi ed may result in additional lower-division coursework being required after transfer.
   All courses must be completed with “C” grade or higher. Most universities will expect students to nish 60 transfer-
   able units with a minimum 2.4 gpa, and signi cantly higher for competitive majors.
AREA 1 - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION                                               AREA 4 - SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
(2-3 courses, 6-9 semester/12-15 quarter units)                              (At least 3 courses, 9 semester/12-15 quarter units)
GROUP A: ENGLISH COMPOSITION                                                 Courses from at least two disciplines or an inter-
                                                                             disciplinary sequence.
(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)                                         Anthropology 102, 121
     English 101                                                                 Child Development 1
                                                                                 Economics 1, 2
GROUP B: CRITICAL THINKING / ENGLISH                                             Geography 7
COMPOSITION (1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units).                            History 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11*, 12*, 13, 14*, 19, 20, 21, 23
Courses must have English Composition as a prerequisite.                             24, 41*, 42*, 43*, 44*, 52, 81^, 82^, 86^, 87^
     English 102~                                                                Political Science 1, 2, 7, 8, 30
                                                                                 Psychology 1, 11, 14, 41
~Must be taken Fall 1992 or after.                                               Sociology 1, 2, 5, 12, 21

GROUP C: ORAL COMMUNICATION (CSU only)                                       AREA 5 - PHYSICAL and BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)                                     (At least 2 courses, 7-9 semester/9-12 quarter units)
     Speech 101, 102, 121                                                    One Physical Science course and one Biological Science
                                                                             course; at least one must include a laboratory.
AREA 2 - MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS and
QUANTITATIVE REASONING                                                       PHYSICAL SCIENCE:                  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE:
(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)                                         Astronomy 1, 1 with 5               Anthropology 101
                                                                                 Chemistry 65*, 70, 101,             Anatomy 1*
Math 225*, 227*, 230, 234, 235*, 236*, 245*, 260, 265*, 266, 267,                 102, 211*, 212*                    Biology 3*, 5, 6, 7, 10, 60, 101
270, 271, 275, Statistics 1*                                                     Envir. Sci. 1                       Envir. Sci. 2, 2 with 21
                                                                                 Geography 1, 1 with 15              Microbiology 1*, 20*
AREA 3 - ARTS and HUMANITIES                                                     Geology 1, 1 with 6                 Oceanography 12, 12 with 4
(At least 3 courses, 9 semester/12-15 quarter units)                             Oceanography 1, 1 with 10           Physiology 1*
                                                                                 Physics 6*,7*,11*,37*,38*,39*       Psychology 2
At least one course from the Arts and one from the                               Phys. Sci. 1*, 1 with 14*
Humanities.                                                                 LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH
                                                                            Pro ciency equivalent to two years of high school
ART COURSES:                                                                study in the same language. (High school transcripts
     Architecture 132 (43), 133 (44)
     Art 101, 102, 103, 201
                                                                            are required if pro ciency was met in high school.)
     Cinema 105 (same as Theater 505)
                                                                            The following course(s) at this institution ful ll the
     Music 101, 111, 141
     P.E. 800 (Dance)                                                       requirement: (UC requirement only)
     Photo 121                                                                  French 1        Japanese 21 and 22
     Theater 100, 505 (same as Cinema 105)                                      German 1
                                                                                Spanish 1, 22, 35
HUMANITIES COURSES:                                                          CSU GRADUATION REQUIREMENT IN U.S.
     History 81^, 82^, 86^, 87^                                              HISTORY, CONSTITUTION AND AMERICAN
     Humanities 1, 6*, 9, 17, 30, 31, 60                                     IDEALS (Not Part of IGETC. May be completed prior
                                                                             to transfer but the courses will not be “double counted”
     English 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211,                         to satisfy requirements for IGETC.)
         212, 213, 214, 215, 219, 234, 239, 240, 251
     French 2, 3                                                             6 units, one course from (A) and one course from (B)
     Philosophy 1, 20, 33                                                        (A)     Political Science 1 or 30
     Spanish 2, 3, 4, 12, 36
                                                                                 (B)    History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 81, 82

^May be counted for either Humanities or Social and Behavioral Sciences credit, but not for both.
* Indicates that transfer credit may be limited by either UC or CSU or both. Please consult with a counselor for additional information. 4/11
* continued from page 56.
MATHEMATICS 266                                               5.00 UNITS
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II (UC:CSU)                                                               MUSIC
Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 265 with a grade of
‘C’ or better..                                                               Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu
Second course in a three-semester unified treatment of analytic
geometry and calculus. Topics include integration techniques and              Dept. Chair: Mike Hiscocks, (310) 233-4409, hiscocm@lahc.edu
their applications. Transcendental functions and infinite series.
EVENING CLASS                                                                 MUSIC 101                                                     3.00 UNITS
3427 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm MW                 D. LE                   NEA 103     FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (UC:CSU)
7571 lec 11:10 - 12:20pm MTTh             F. SADDIGH              NEA 224     This course provides the basic knowledge of music needed by the
                                                                              candidate for the Standard Elementary Teaching Credential. It is
&    lec 1:50 hrs/wk TBA-                 F. SADDIGH            INTERNET      also offered for the non-music major who wishes to study the basic
HYBRID COURSE: Hybrid Courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus            rudiments of music, including notation, scales, keys and intervals,
and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of   chords, chord progression, and rhythm.
the on-campus class meetings are replaced with online assignments.
                                                                              0371 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm TTh              M.J. HISCOCKS           MU 135
MATHEMATICS 267                                               5.00 UNITS      0372 lec 8:00 - 9:25am MW                D.B. KELLER             MU 135
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III (UC:CSU)                                  EVENING CLASS
Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 266 with a grade of                   3285 lec 6:55 -10:05pm M                 S.S. MORRIS             MU 135
‘C’ or better.                                                                OUTREACH CLASS
Final course in a three-semester unified treatment of analytic                6033 lec 3:00 - 5:00pm MW                J.F. SITTERLY         BHS F129
geometry and calculus. Topics include polar coordinates, parametric           Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012)
equations, multivariate calculus and their applications in science
and engineering.                                                              INTERNET CLASS
0537 lec    11:10 - 12:20pm MTWTh         M.S. GAGRAT             NEA 222     7640 lec 3:30 hrs/wk TBA-                M.J. HISCOCKS        INTERNET
                                                                              Contact mus101@mac.com as soon as you register.
MATHEMATICS 275                                               3.00 UNITS
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (UC:CSU)                                      MUSIC 111                                                     3.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 267 with a grade of ‘C’               MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU)
or better or concurrent enrollment.                                           This course is an introduction to music and musical masterpieces.
A study of first order linear differential equations with emphasis on         They are presented through lectures, reports, and recordings. The
                                                                              course is recommended for the general college student who wishes
applications. Introduction to the solution of ordinary differential and       to improve his/her understanding of music.
their applications in science and engineering.                                0377 lec 9:35 - 11:00am MW               J.H. FAVREAU            MU 134
0538 lec    12:45 - 2:10pm    MW          M.S. GAGRAT             NEA 222     EVENING CLASS
                                                                              3284 lec 6:55 -10:05pm W                 J.F. SITTERLY           MU 138

                MICROBIOLOGY                                                  4904 lec 5:45 - 7:50pm T
                                                                              &    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-
                                                                                                                       R.H. OAKES
                                                                                                                       R.H. OAKES
                                                                                                                                              NEA 127
                                                                                                                                              NEA 127
                                                                              &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                R.H. OAKES             NEA 127
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu               PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                              4929 lec    5:45 - 7:50pm W              R.H. OAKES             NEA 226
NOTE: MICROBIOLOGY 020 LECTURE AND LAB                                        &    lec    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             R.H. OAKES             NEA 226
MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY.                                                   &    lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-             R.H. OAKES             NEA 226
                                                                              PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
MICROBIOLOGY 020                                              4.00 UNITS      INTERNET CLASS
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY (UC:CSU)                                                 7641 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                M.J. HISCOCKS        INTERNET
Prerequisite: High school chemistry or one semester of college                Contact mus111@mac.com as soon as you register.
chemistry. Concurrent enrollment in lecture and laboratory                    7667 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA-             D.B. KELLER          INTERNET
section is required. This course is recommended for RN                        Contact kellerd@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
students. It is not open for credit to students who have credit
in Microbiology 1.
Principles of microbiology and how they relate to humans and the              MUSIC 141                                                     3.00 UNITS
biological world. A materials fee of $25.00 is required.                      JAZZ APPRECIATION (UC:CSU)
                                                                              Jazz styles and history from New Orleans to today.
LECTURES                                                                      0380 lec    11:10 - 12:35pm TTh          A. PATTERSON            MU 134
0660 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm TTh              R.L. WADE                SCI 112
EVENING LECTURE                                                               MUSIC 161                                                     3.00 UNITS
3501 lec 5:20 - 6:45pm TTh                R.L. WADE                SCI 112    INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (CSU)
                                                                              In this course students are introduced to the basic principles of
                                                                              Digital Music Technology, synthesizers, computers and MIDI.
LABS                                                                          3280 lec    5:40 - 7:45pm W              M.J. HISCOCKS           MU 141
0665 lab 12:45 - 3:55pm T                 R.L. WADE                SCI 104    &    lab    7:45 -10:00pm W              M.J. HISCOCKS           MU 141
0667 lab 12:45 - 3:55pm Th                R.L. WADE                SCI 104
0677 lab 9:35 - 12:45pm F                 R.L. WADE                SCI 104    MUSIC 165                                                     3.00 UNITS
EVENING LABS                                                                  INTRODUCTION TO RECORDING ARTS (CSU)
3504 lab 6:55 -10:05pm T                  R.L. WADE                SCI 104    Covers basic acoustics, audio systems and terminology, microphone
3505 lab 6:55 -10:05pm Th                 R.L. WADE                SCI 104    principles and usage, and an introduction to recording equipment
                                                                              and procedures.
                                                                              0381 lec    2:20 - 4:25pm      M         S.T. GOOMAS             MU 134
                                                                              &    lab    4:30 - 6:40pm      M         S.T. GOOMAS             MU 102




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MUSIC 180                                             1.50 UNITS     MUSIC 203                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
APPLIED MUSIC LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)                               HARMONY III (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Placement audition. Corequisite: Concurrent            Prerequisite: Completion of Music 202 or equivalent with a
enrollment in Music 181, 182, 183, 184, or 299 and participation     grade of ‘C’ or better. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in
in private lessons.                                                  Music 213.
Individualized instruction.                                          This course is a continuation of Music 202 including the analysis of
0382 lab   5:45 hrs/wk TBA-          B.J. SMITH           MU 101     late Nineteenth Century and Twentieth Century harmonic practices
                                                                     s u c h a s e x p a n d e d t o n a l i t y, p a n d i a t o n i c i s m , 1 2 - t o n e t e c h n i q u e ,
                                                                     aleatory and electronic music.
MUSIC 181                                             0.50 UNITS     0405 lec         11:10 - 12:35pm MW                          D.B. KELLER                        MU 135
APPLIED MUSIC I (UC:CSU)
Performance workshop for vocal and instrumental music students.
0398 lec   12:45 - 1:50pm     Th     B.J. SMITH           MU 101     MUSIC 211                                                                                 2.00 UNITS
                                                                     MUSICIANSHIP I (UC:CSU)
                                                                     Prerequisite: Completion of Music 201 with a grade of “C” or
MUSIC 182                                             0.50 UNITS     better or concurrent enrollment.
APPLIED MUSIC II (UC:CSU)                                            Strengthening of basic fundamentals of sight singing, ear training,
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 181 with a grade of ‘C’ or         and keyboard harmony.
better.                                                              0410 lec         9:35 - 10:05am TTh                          D.B. KELLER                        MU 135
Performance workshop for vocal and instrumental music students.
                                                                     &    lab         10:05 - 11:00am TTh                         D.B. KELLER                        MU 135
0399 lec   12:45 - 1:50pm     Th     B.J. SMITH           MU 101
                                                                     MUSIC 213                                                                                 2.00 UNITS
MUSIC 183                                             0.50 UNITS     MUSICIANSHIP III (UC:CSU)
APPLIED MUSIC III (UC:CSU)                                           Prerequisite: Completion of Music 203 with a grade of ‘C’ or
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 182 with a grade of ‘C’ or         better or concurrent enrollment.
better.                                                              This course is a continuation of Music 212. Ear training, sight
Performance workshop for vocal and instrumental music students.      singing, and keyboard harmony will develop aural skills in the music
0400 lec   12:45 - 1:50pm     Th     B.J. SMITH           MU 101     examined in Harmony III.
                                                                     0406 lec         9:35 - 10:05am MW                           D.B. KELLER                        MU 135
MUSIC 184                                             0.50 UNITS     &    lab         10:05 - 11:10am MW                          D.B. KELLER                        MU 135
APPLIED MUSIC IV (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 183 with a grade of ‘C’ or         MUSIC 241                                                                                 1.00 UNITS
better.                                                              MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING I (CSU)
Performance workshop for vocal and instrumental music students.      Beginning techniques of drawing notes, rests and other basic music
0403 lec   12:45 - 1:50pm     Th     B.J. SMITH           MU 101     symbols.
                                                                     0411 lec         12:45 - 1:50pm            W                 D.B. KELLER                        MU 141
MUSIC 201                                             3.00 UNITS
HARMONY I (UC:CSU)                                                   MUSIC 242                                                                                 1.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 200 or equivalent with a           MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING II (CSU)
grade of “C” or better.                                              Prerequisite: Completion of Music 241 with a grade of “C” or
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment of Music 211.                     better.
A study of major and minor keys, chord construction, chord           Transposition, scores, and special notation for instruments.
symbols, and figured bass, chord progression, voice leading, non-
chord tones, rhythm and form.                                        0412 lec         12:45 - 1:50pm            W                 D.B. KELLER                        MU 141
0404 lec   11:10 - 12:35pm TTh       D.B. KELLER          MU 135




  Meet the Faculty Daniel Keller                                                  , a member of the Music Faculty at Harbor College
                                                                since the fall of 2009, teaches music theory, music fundamentals
                                                                and music appreciation. Prior to coming to Harbor, he was Director
                                                                of Choral Activities at Modesto Junior College for thirteen years,
                                                                and he taught high school music in Visalia, California before that.
                                                                Mr. Keller has a Master of Music degree in choral conducting
                                                                from the University of Oklahoma, a Bachelor of Music degree in
                                                                composition from Northern Arizona University, and is currently a
                                                                candidate for a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of
                                                                Southern California. He has conducted classical vocal and instru-
                                                                mental ensembles across the country and abroad. His ensembles
                                                                have performed at such venues as St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome and
                                                                Carnegie Hall. Mr. Keller is also an active performer, specializing
                                                                in classical vocal music and percussion, and has performed in
                                                                ensembles throughout the United States. In addition, he has per-
                                                                formed with acclaimed South African jazz guitarist Selaelo Selota
                                                                and American pop singer Kenny Loggins.

   “A composer is a guy who goes around forcing his will on unsuspecting air molecules, often with the assistance of unsus-
   pecting musicians.” –Frank Zappa


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MUSIC 251                                                 1.00 UNITS    MUSIC 323                                                  2.00 UNITS
JAZZ IMPROVISATION WORKSHOP (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                            ELEMENTARY PIANO III (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Proficiency on a musical instrument.                      Prerequisite: Completion of Music 322 or equivalent with a
How to improvise solos in various jazz styles; how to function in a     grade of ‘C’ or better.
jazz combo.                                                             The third course in a series that develops the student’s sight reading,
0408 lec    1:30 - 2:35pm    W         A. PATTERSON          MU 107     improvisation, transposition and harmonization abilities.
&    lab    2:35 - 4:40pm    W         A. PATTERSON          MU 107     0417 lec 2:20 - 3:20pm Th               B.J. SMITH             MU 127
                                                                        &    lab 3:20 - 5:30pm Th               B.J. SMITH             MU 127
MUSIC 261                                                3.00 UNITS     1343 lec 8:00 - 8:30am TTh              J.H. FAVREAU           MU 127
ELECTRONIC MUSIC WORKSHOP (CSU) (RPT 2)                                 &    lab 8:30 - 9:25am TTh              J.H. FAVREAU           MU 127
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 161 or equivalent with a              EVENING CLASS
grade of ‘C’ or better.                                                 3883 lec 6:55 - 7:55pm M                A.L. CHANG             MU 127
This course offers the opportunity to master the skills introduced in
Music 161. The emphasis is on creating original music compositions      &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm M                A.L. CHANG             MU 127
using computer sequencing and virtual instruments.
3286 lec    5:40 - 7:35pm T            M.J. HISCOCKS         MU 141     MUSIC 324                                                  2.00 UNITS
&    lab    7:35 -10:00pm T            M.J. HISCOCKS         MU 141     ELEMENTARY PIANO IV (UC:CSU)
                                                                        Prerequisite: Completion of Music 323 with a grade of “C” or
                                                                        better.
MUSIC 265                                                3.00 UNITS     Continuation and expanding on previous piano techniques. More
RECORDING ARTS WORKSHOP (CSU) (RPT 2)                                   difficult pieces chosen from the masters.
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 165 or equivalent with a              0418 lec 2:20 - 3:20pm Th               B.J. SMITH             MU 127
grade of “C” or better.
Basic techniques of recording and mixing. Will prepare for and          &    lab 3:20 - 5:30pm Th               B.J. SMITH             MU 127
participate in multi-track recording sessions.                          1344 lec 8:00 - 8:30am TTh              J.H. FAVREAU           MU 127
0427 lec   2:20 - 4:25pm Th            S.T. GOOMAS           MU 102     &    lab 8:30 - 9:25am TTh              J.H. FAVREAU           MU 127
&    lab    4:25 - 5:25pm Th           S.T. GOOMAS           MU 107     EVENING CLASS
&    lab   1:05 hrs/wk TBA-            S.T. GOOMAS           MU 107     3884 lec 6:55 - 7:55pm M                A.L. CHANG             MU 127
                                                                        &    lab 7:55 -10:00pm M                A.L. CHANG             MU 127
MUSIC 271                                                3.00 UNITS
SONGWRITERS’ WORKSHOP I (CSU) (RPT 2)                                   MUSIC 411                                                  2.00 UNITS
Develop skills in writing original songs.                               ELEMENTARY VOICE I (UC:CSU)
0409 lec    1:30 - 4:40pm    M         B.J. SMITH            MU 135     A class for all styles of singing to enhance vocal health and improve
                                                                        technique.
MUSIC 280                                                3.00 UNITS     1350 lec 11:10 - 11:30am     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
THE BUSINESS OF COMMERCIAL MUSIC (CSU)                                  &    lab 11:30 - 12:35pm     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
This course offers the student the opportunity to examine economic      EVENING CLASS
opportunities in the music business. Job opportunities and              3316 lec 6:00 - 7:20pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
responsibilities for the performer, arranger, sales manager, audio      &    lab 7:20 - 9:10pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
engineer, and other music business related positions are explored.
Students have the opportunity to research areas of interest and
discuss the music industry with guest speakers.                         MUSIC 412                                                  2.00 UNITS
0428 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   TTh       B.J. SMITH            MU 138     ELEMENTARY VOICE II (UC:CSU)
                                                                        Prerequisite: Completion of Music 411 with a grade of “C” or
MUSIC 321                                                2.00 UNITS     better..
ELEMENTARY PIANO I (UC:CSU)                                             1351 lec 11:10 - 11:30am     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
We begin with Middle C and go from there. The very beginning of         &    lab 11:30 - 12:35pm     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
learning to play a piano.                                               EVENING CLASS
0407 lec 8:00 - 8:30am       MW        J.H. FAVREAU          MU 127     3318 lec 6:00 - 7:20pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
&    lab 8:30 - 9:25am       MW        J.H. FAVREAU          MU 127     &    lab 7:20 - 9:10pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
0415 lec 11:10 - 11:40am     TTh       B.J. SMITH            MU 127
&    lab 11:40 - 12:35pm     TTh       B.J. SMITH            MU 127     MUSIC 413                                                  2.00 UNITS
EVENING CLASS                                                           ELEMENTARY VOICE III (UC:CSU)
3881 lec 6:55 - 7:55pm       M         A.L. CHANG            MU 127     Prerequisite: Completion of Music 412 with a grade of “C” or
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm       M         A.L. CHANG            MU 127     better.
                                                                        Tone production, breathing, diction, and interpretation.
                                                                        1352 lec 11:10 - 11:30am     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
MUSIC 322                                                2.00 UNITS
                                                                        &    lab 11:30 - 12:35pm     MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
ELEMENTARY PIANO II (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 321 or equivalent with a              EVENING CLASS
grade of “C” or better.                                                 3320 lec 6:00 - 7:20pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
Continuation of Music 321 with improvisation and more advanced          &    lab 7:20 - 9:10pm       M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
piano literature.
0416 lec 2:20 - 3:20pm Th              B.J. SMITH            MU 127     MUSIC 414                                                  2.00 UNITS
&    lab 3:20 - 5:30pm Th              B.J. SMITH            MU 127     ELEMENTARY VOICE IV (UC:CSU)
1342 lec 8:00 - 8:30am TTh             J.H. FAVREAU          MU 127     Prerequisite: Completion of Music 413 with a grade of “C” or
&    lab 8:30 - 9:25am TTh             J.H. FAVREAU          MU 127     better.
EVENING CLASS                                                           Continuation of advanced voice technique in Music 413; repertoire
                                                                        of greater difficulty.
3882 lec 6:55 - 7:55pm M               A.L. CHANG            MU 127
                                                                        1352   lec 11:10 - 11:30am   MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
&    lab 7:55 -10:00pm M               A.L. CHANG            MU 127
                                                                        &      lab 11:30 - 12:35pm   MW         K.A. LYNCH             MU 138
                                                                        3322   lec 6:00 - 7:20pm     M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
                                                                        &      lab 7:20 - 9:10pm     M          B.J. SMITH             MU 134
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MUSIC 511                                                   0.50 UNITS     MUSIC 654                                                2.00 UNITS
COLLEGIATE CHOIR (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                          CLASSICAL GUITAR IV (UC:CSU)
Performs representative choral literature from all of the major artistic   Prerequisite: Completion of Music 653 with a grade of ‘C’ or
periods to modern jazz.                                                    better.
3294 lab    1:30 - 4:40pm    T          B.J. SMITH              MU 101     Advanced compositions incorporating the full range of classical
                                                                           guitar techniques are analyzed, prepared and performed at this
                                                                           level. Musicianship and aesthetics of music are considered in depth.
MUSIC 531                                                   1.00 UNITS     Ensembles of various sizes prepare and perform music from all eras.
PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                        EVENING CLASS
3355 lab    1:30 - 4:40pm    T          B.J. SMITH              MU 101     3330 lec 6:55 - 8:00pm M               M. GREIF              MU 107
                                                                           &    lab 8:00 -10:05pm M               M. GREIF              MU 107
MUSIC 650                                                   2.00 UNITS     SATURDAY CLASS
BEGINNING GUITAR (UC:CSU)                                                  7055 lec 1:00 - 2:05pm S               E. HIRSCHELMAN        MU 107
Learn the basics of guitar playing the right way. Bring your acoustic
guitar, nylon or steel string, and start an exciting journey into the      &    lab 2:10 - 4:15pm S               E.HIRSCHELMAN         MU 107
world of music.
EVENING CLASS                                                              MUSIC 765                                                 1.00 UNITS
3345 lec 6:55 - 8:00pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107     PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
&    lab 8:00 -10:05pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107     Open to all students interested in enhancing their rhythmic skills
                                                                           and learning about percussion instruments and literature. Emphasis
SATURDAY CLASS                                                             will be placed on World Music.
7051 lec 1:00 - 2:05pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107     1354 lab   12:35 - 3:45pm   M          M. GORDY              MU 107
&    lab 2:10 - 4:15pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
                                                                           MUSIC 766                                                0.50 UNITS
MUSIC 651                                                   2.00 UNITS     DRUMSET ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
CLASSICAL GUITAR I (UC:CSU)                                                Open to all students interested in developing their skills on the
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 650 or equivalent with a                 drum set in a variety of roles from improvising soloist to integrated
grade of ‘C’ or better.                                                    member of the ensemble.
Continuation of Music 650. All aspects of guitar performance will          1359 lab   12:35 - 3:45pm   M          M. GORDY              MU 107
be presented.
EVENING CLASS                                                              MUSIC 775                                                 1.00 UNITS
3343 lec 6:55 - 8:00pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107     JAZZ ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
&    lab 8:00 -10:05pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107     Prerequisite: Music sight reading and facility on an appropriate
SATURDAY CLASS                                                             instrument are required. Successful audition on first day of
7052 lec 1:00 - 2:05pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107     class is required for continued enrollment.
&    lab 2:10 - 4:15pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107     This is an opportunity to play with a big Jazz band and learn to read
                                                                           and interpret all Jazz styles.
                                                                           3326 lab    6:55 -10:05pm Th           G.E. MCMULLEN         MU 107
MUSIC 652                                                   2.00 UNITS
CLASSICAL GUITAR II (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 651 with a grade of ‘C’ or
better.
The students will develop their skills in all areas of classical guitar
technique and repertoire.
EVENING CLASS
3356 lec 6:55 - 8:00pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107
&    lab 8:00 -10:05pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107
SATURDAY CLASS
7053 lec 1:00 - 2:05pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
&    lab 2:10 - 4:15pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107

MUSIC 653                                                   2.00 UNITS
CLASSICAL GUITAR III (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Music 652 with a grade of ‘C’ or
better.
Intermediate to advanced students probe deeper into analysis
and performance practices o the classical guitarist. Compositions
of greater harmonic and technical complexity are evaluated and
performed.
EVENING CLASS
3258 lec 6:55 - 8:00pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107
&    lab 8:00 -10:05pm M                 M. GREIF               MU 107
SATURAY CLASS
7054 lec 1:00 - 2:05pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
&    lab 2:10 - 4:15pm S                E. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107




                                                                           Jared Fowler, Instructional Asst.- Music Dept.



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                                  NURSING                                                                NURSING 315                                      4.00 UNITS
                                                                                                         FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING PROCESS AND PRACTICE (CSU)
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of program prerequisites and
Division Chair: Lynn Yamakawa, (310) 233-4262, yamakalm@lahc.edu                                         completion of Nursing 313 with a grade of “C” or better and
                                                                                                         a satisfactory score on the mathematics skill test. Concurrent
NURSING 185                                                                          1.00 UNITS          enrollment in
                                                                                                         Nursing 311, 313, 321 is required. Enrollment in Nursing 185 is
DIRECTED STUDY - NURSING (CSU) (RPT 2)                                                                   strongly recommended.
Study is coordinated under the direction of a supervising instructor                                     This course includes fundamental and advanced nursing skills,
with current course content and skill development needs.                                                 pharmacology, and geriatrics utilizing the nursing process and the
****     lec     7:55 - 9:00am           M                S.F. NOWINSKI                    NU 152        Roy Adaptation model in both theory and practice.
or       lec     9:00 - 10:05am          M                A.E. SMITH                       NU 152        ****   lec   10:10 - 12:15pm   M           S.F. NOWINSKI             NU 133
or       lec     7:55 - 9:00am           M                A.E. SMITH                       NU 152        &      lec   2:00 - 3:35pm     W           A.E. SMITH                NU 153
or       lec     9:00 - 10:05am          M                S.F. NOWINSKI                    NU 152        &      lab   3:45 - 4:15pm     W           S.F. NOWINSKI             NU 153
Content enriches Nursing 313 and Nursing 315.                                                            &      lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     Th          STAFF                    LC MSP
****     lec    10:10 - 11:15am M                         D.F. WEBSTER                     NU 152        &      lab   6:30 - 1:00pm     F           STAFF                    LC MSP
or       lec    10:10 - 11:15am M                         K.T. VO                          NU 152        or     lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     Th          STAFF                       KF H
Content enriches Nursing 323 and Nursing 325.                                                            or     lab   6:30 - 1:00pm     F           STAFF                       KF H
****     lec    11:20 - 12:25pm M                         D.F. WEBSTER                     NU 152        or     lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     T           A.E. SMITH                  KF H
or       lec    11:20 - 12:25pm M                         K.T. VO                          NU 152        or     lab   6:30 - 1:00pm     W           A.E. SMITH                  KF H
Content enriches Nursing 323 and Nursing 325.                                                            or     lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     T           J.B. ARZAGA              LC MSP
                                                                                                         or     lab   6:30 - 1:00pm     W           J.B. ARZAGA              LC MSP
NURSING 302                                                                          3.00 UNITS          Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
MATHEMATICS OF DRUGS AND SOLUTIONS (CSU)
After a review of relevant basic arithmetic, the student will use
concepts of higher mathematics to gain knowledge of measurement                                          NURSING 318                                                     2.00 UNITS
systems, including apothecary and metric, and techniques, including                                      PATIENT CARE SEMINAR I (CSU) (RPT 3)
solving for an unknown, for computing medication dosages, I.V. flow                                      Requires current enrollment in a required Nursing Program
rates, and weight related dosages for children and adults.                                               class.
0562 lec         9:00 - 12:10pm W                         D.C. LARSON                      NU 153        This class is strongly recommended for continuing nursing students
                                                                                                         enrolled in classes with clinical labs. Sections are course specific.
                                                                                                         ****   lec   12:10 - 1:15pm    W           S.F. NOWINSKI             NU 133
NURSING 311                                                                          1.00 UNITS
                                                                                                         or     lec   7:50 - 10:05am    M           E.V. MOORE                NU 153
COMMUNICATION IN NURSING (CSU) (RPT 1)
Prerequisites: Official admission to the Nursing Program or                                              or     lec   7:50 - 10:05am    M           E.C. LUM                    TBA
currently licensed LVN taking required transition courses prior                                          Content enriches Nursing 343, Nursing 345 and Nursing 347. 4th semester
to application to RN Program.                                                                            students only. (10 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 4/30/2012)
Students should enroll concurrently in Nursing 321. This course                                          ****   lec   3:10 - 5:15pm     M           J. SAXTON                 NU 151
provides the theoretical knowledge and practical application of the                                      or     lec   2:00 - 4:05pm     M           K.H. CLELAND              NU 149
interpersonal skills to interact therapeutically, institute a teaching-                                  or     lec   2:00 - 4:05pm     M           E.C. LUM                  NU 152
learning plan, and communicate with individuals and groups.
                                                                                                         or     lec   2:00 - 4:05pm     M           E.V. MOORE                NU 152
****     lec     4:15 - 7:15pm          M                 A.E. SMITH                       NU 133        Content Enriches Nursing 333, 335, & 339. 3rd semester students only. Class
Late Start Class (6 Week Class - Starts 4/16/2012, Ends 5/21/2012)                                       dates 2/6/12 - 5/2/12, 5/4/12 - 6/2/12

NURSING 313                                                                          4.00 UNITS          NURSING 321                                                     1.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO NURSING PRACTICE (CSU)                                                                   NURSING PROCESS (CSU) (RPT 1)
Prerequisites: Completion and verification of all program                                                Prerequisite: Official admission into the nursing program or
prerequisites and official admission to the nursing program.                                             experience in Nursing permitting advanced placement in the
C o n c u r r e n t e n r o l l m e n t i n N u r s i n g 3 11 , 3 1 5 , a n d 3 2 1 r e q u i r e d .   Nursing Program.
Enrollment in Nursing 185 is strongly recommended. This course is                                        This course introduces the concepts of the nursing process and the
an introduction to nursing and prepares the student to give care to                                      Roy Adaptation model for nursing practice.
the hospitalized client, with focus on the (geriatric) mature adult.
It includes basic nursing procedures and the study of health and                                         ****   lec   4:15 - 7:10pm     Th          J.B. ARZAGA               NU 133
nutrition. After satisfactory completion of the course, the student                                      Short Term Class 1st Session (8 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/26/2012)
can function at the beginning nurse aide level.
****     lec    10:10 - 12:15pm          M                S.F. NOWINSKI                    NU 133        NURSING 323                                         5.00 UNITS
&        lec    2:00 - 3:35pm            W                A.E. SMITH                       NU 153        NURSING PROCESS & PRACTICE IN THE CARE OF ADULT CLIENT I (CSU)
                                                                                                         Prerequisites: Completion of program prerequisites and all
&        lab    3:45 - 4:15pm            W                A.E. SMITH                       NU 153
                                                                                                         previous courses in Nursing with a grade of “C” or better. A
or       lab    6:30 - 3:30pm            T                A.E. SMITH                         KF H        passing score on the Mathematics skills test is required for
or       lab    6:30 - 1:00pm            W                A.E. SMITH                         KF H        satisfactory clinical performance. Concurrent enrollment
or       lab    6:30 - 3:30pm            T                J.B. ARZAGA                     LC MSP         in Nursing 325 is required. Enrollment in Nursing 185 is
or       lab    6:30 - 1:00pm            W                J.B. ARZAGA                     LC MSP         recommended.
                                                                                                         The care of the adult client with medical-surgical problems of
or       lab    6:30 - 3:30pm            Th               N.A. GIALLOMBARDO                  KF H        selected physiological systems, utilizing the nursing process and
or       lab    6:30 - 1:00pm            F                N.A. GIALLOMBARDO                  KF H        the Roy Adaptation model is presented.
or       lab    6:30 - 3:30pm            Th               S.F. NOWINSKI                   LC MSP         ****   lec   8:00 - 10:05am    M           D.F. WEBSTER              NU 133
or       lab    6:30 - 1:00pm            F                S.F. NOWINSKI                   LC MSP         ****   lec   2:00 - 4:05pm     M           K.T. VO                   NU 133
Short Term Class (7 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 4/12/2012)                                        ****   lab   1:20 - 3:25pm     W           K.T. VO                   NU 133
                                                                                                         &      lab   6:30 - 7:30pm     Th          N.J. ORTEGA               TM MC
                                                                                                         ****   lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     T           D.F. WEBSTER               HG H
                                                                                                         or     lab   6:30 - 12:00pm    W           D.F. WEBSTER               HG H



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or     lab    6:30 - 7:30pm      T        L.A. ANTONIO                TM MC    NURSING 329B                                                 1.00 UNITS
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm      Th       K.T. VO                      HG H    ROLE TRANSITION LVN TO RN (CSU)
or     lab    6:30 - 12:00pm     F        K.T. VO                      HG H    Prerequisites: Completion of Nursing 329A. Current LVN license
or     lab   5:50 hrs/wk TBA-             B. BROWN                    NU 119   or experience in Nursing permitting advanced placement
&      lab    6:30 - 3:30pm      T        S.B. MORALES                LC MH    in nursing program. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing 311
&      lab    6:30 - 12:00pm     W        S.B. MORALES                LC MH    recommended.
                                                                               Continues with content to assist the L.V.N. to make a successful
&      lab    6:30 - 7:30pm      S        STAFF                        HG H    transition to the role of R.N. nursing student. Content will focus on
Short Term Class (9 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 4/12/2012)              critical thinking, documentation of history and assessment, nursing
                                                                               process, calculation and administration of IV piggyback medications.
NURSING 325                                         5.00 UNITS                 7661 lec     3:20 hrs/wk TBA -           K.S. YACHECHAK      INTERNET
NURSING PROCESS & PRACTICE IN THE CARE OF ADULT CLIENT II                      Contact instructor yachecks@lahc.edu upon enrollment. (7 Week Class -
(CSU)                                                                          Starts 3/28/2012, Ends 5/9/2012)
Prerequisites: Completion of program prerequisites and all
previous courses in Nursing with a grade of “C” or better. A                   NURSING 333                                      3.00 UNITS
passing score on the Mathematics skills test is required for                   NURSING PROCESS & PRACTICE IN HEALTH CARE OF WOMEN/
satisfactory clinical performance. Concurrent enrollment                       FAMILIES (CSU)
is Nursing 323 is required. Enrollment in Nursing 185 is                       Prerequisite: Completion of all program prerequisites and a
recommended.                                                                   Grade of “C” or better in all first year Nursing Program courses
The care of the adult client with medical-surgical problems of                 OR admission through the Advanced Placement LVN to RN
selected physiological systems utilizing the nursing process and               route, and
the Roy Adaptation model is presented.                                         grade “C” or better in Anatomy I, Physiology 1, Microbiology 1
****   lec    8:00 - 10:05am     M        K.T. VO                     NU 133   or 20, Psychology 41, Psychology 1 and English 101.
&      lec    2:00 - 4:05pm      M        D.F. WEBSTER                NU 133   A passing score on the Mathematics skills test is required for
                                                                               satisfactory clinical evaluation. Renewal of certain tests and
&      lab    1:20 - 3:20pm      W        D.F. WEBSTER                NU 133   immunizations may be required. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing
&      lab    6:30 - 7:30pm      Th       N.J. ORTEGA                 TM MC    335 and 339 is required. Enrollment in Nursing 318 is recommended.
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm      T        D.F. WEBSTER                 HG H    This course applies the nursing process based on the Roy Adaptation
or     lab    6:30 - 12:00pm     W        D.F. WEBSTER                 HG H    model to care for women with maternity and gynecological conditions.
or     lab    6:30 - 7:30pm      T        L.A. ANTONIO                TM MC    ****   lec    8:00 - 10:05am   M         J. SAXTON               NU 151
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm      Th       K.T. VO                      HG H    &      lec    9:00 - 11:35am   Th        J. SAXTON               NU 151
or     lab    6:30 - 12:00pm     F        K.T. VO                      HG H    &      lab   11:40 - 12:10pm   Th        J. SAXTON               NU 151
or     lab   5:50 hrs/wk TBA-             B. BROWN                    NU 119   &      lab    6:30 - 7:50pm    T         P.A. BEUOY              TM MC
&      lab    6:30 - 3:20pm      T        S.B. MORALES                LC MH    or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm    T         J. SAXTON              LC MMC
&      lab    6:30 - 12:00pm     W        S.B. MORALES                LC MH    or     lab    6:30 - 1:00pm    W         J. SAXTON              LC MMC
                                                                               Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/15/2012)
or     lab   5:50 hrs/wk TBA-             M.P. WICKERS                NU 119
                                                                               ****   lec    8:00 - 10:05am   M         J. SAXTON               NU 151
or     lab   5:50 hrs/wk TBA-             B. BROWN                      TBA
Short Term Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)              &      lec    9:00 - 11:35am   Th        J. SAXTON               NU 151
                                                                               &      lab   11:40 - 12:10pm   Th        J. SAXTON               NU 151
NURSING 327                                                   2.00 UNITS       or     lab    6:30 - 7:50pm    T         P.A. BEUOY              TM MC
PATIENT CARE MANAGEMENT I (CSU) (RPT 1)                                        or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm    T         J. SAXTON              LC MMC
Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in Nursing 311, 313, 315,               or     lab    6:30 - 1:00pm    W         J. SAXTON              LC MMC
and 321 and eligibility for the second semester, or admitted to                Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2012, Ends 5/2/2012)
the program advanced placement and completed one semester
of                                                                             NURSING 335                                       3.00 UNITS
clinical course work with a grade of “C” or better. Repeat:                    NURSING PROCESS AND PRACTICE IN THE CARE OF CHILDREN (CSU)
Eligible for 4th semester of nursing program.                                  Prerequisites: Completion of all program prerequisites and
This elective course will increase proficiency in the use of the nursing
process and the Roy Adaptation Model in the administration of client           a grade of “C” or better in first year Nursing courses, or
care. This class is open-entry, hours to be arranged.                          admission through the Advanced Placement LVN to RN route,
                                                                               and grade “C” or
****   lab   13:05 hrs/wk TBA-            K.T. VO              HOSP TBA        better in Anatomy 1, Physiology 1, Microbiology 1 or 20,
By permission of the Nursing department only in a selected clinical            Psychology 1, Psychology 41 and English 101.
agency.                                                                        A passing score on the mathematics skills test is required for
                                                                               satisfactory clinical evaluation. Renewal of certain tests and
NURSING 329A                                                  1.00 UNITS       immunizations may be required. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing
ROLE TRANSITION LVN TO RN (CSU)                                                333 and 339 is required. Enrollment in Nursing 318 is recommended.
Prerequisites: Current LVN license or experience in nursing                    Assessment and care of the bio-psychosocial problems of children
permitting advanced placement in nursing program. Concurrent                   and their families utilizing the nursing process and the Roy
enrollment in Nursing 321 recommended.                                         Adaptation model is presented.
This course is designed to assist the L. V. N. to make a successful            ****   lec   8:50 - 12:10pm    M         K.H. CLELAND            NU 149
transition to the role of RN student and pursue an RN license.                 &      lec   2:00 - 3:35pm     W         D.C. LARSON             NU 149
Content will focus on resources available, role development, learning          &      lab   3:35 - 4:05pm     W         D.C. LARSON             NU 149
styles, dosage calculations, and heart, lung and bowel assessment.
                                                                               &      lab   6:30 - 1:30pm     T         K.H. CLELAND              HG H
7660 lec     3:20 hrs/wk TBA -            K.S. YACHECHAK       INTERNET
Contact instructor yachecks@lahc.edu upon enrollment. Mandatory                &      lab   6:30 - 1:30pm     W         K.H. CLELAND              HG H
orientation on campus. Check for room #. (6 Week Class - Starts 2/15/2012,     or     lab   6:30 - 3:30pm     Th        D.C. LARSON            LB MMC
Ends 3/21/2012)                                                                or     lab   6:30 - 12:00pm    F         D.C. LARSON            LB MMC
                                                                               or     lab   6:30 - 1:40pm     T         STAFF                     KF H
                                                                               or     lab   6:30 - 1:40pm     W         STAFF                     KF H
                                                                               or     lab   7:30 - 4:00pm     F         B.G. BERLIN             NU 119
                                                                               Short Term Class (5 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/15/2012)




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****   lec    8:50 - 12:10pm   M         D.C. LARSON                NU 149   NURSING 345                                       3.00 UNITS
&      lec    2:00 - 3:35pm    W         K.H. CLELAND               NU 149   NURSING PROCESS&PRACTICE IN THE CARE OF ADULT CLIENT III (CSU)
&      lec    3:35 - 4:05pm    W         K.H. CLELAND               NU 149   Prerequisite: “LVN-30 unit” option: Admission to Nursing
&      lab    6:30 - 1:30pm    T         K.H. CLELAND                 HG H   Program and completion Nursing 339 with a grade of “C” or
or     lab    6:30 - 1:30pm    W         K.H. CLELAND                 HG H   better.
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm    Th        D.C. LARSON               LB MMC    LVN Advanced Placement: As above AND completion of required
                                                                             2nd
or     lab    6:30 - 12:00pm   F         D.C. LARSON               LB MMC    and 3rd semester nursing program courses and cognates, and
or     lab    7:30 - 4:00pm    F         B.G. BERLIN                NU 119   Sociology 1 or Anthropology 102 with grades of “C” or better.
Short Term Class (5 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2012, Ends 5/2/2012)            This course emphasizes the nursing process and the Roy
                                                                             Adaptation model in the care of clients with complex medical-
NURSING 339                                        2.00 UNITS                surgical problems. High acuity care settings and the critical care
NURSING PROC & PRACTICE IN THE CARE OF THE GERIATRIC CLIENT                  units are utilized.
(CSU)                                                                        ****   lec   10:10 - 12:15pm   M          E.C. LUM                  TBA
Prerequisite: Completion of all program prerequisites and                    &      lec    9:00 - 11:30am   T          E.C. LUM               NU 133
completed Nursing 333 and 335 and preceding nursing courses,                 &      lab   11:40 - 12:10pm   T          E.C. LUM               NU 133
all with grade of “C” or better, OR admission to Nursing                     &      lab    6:30 - 7:55pm    Th         M.M. MCCORMICK         TM MC
Program “LVN-30                                                              or     lab    6:30 - 7:55pm    Th         E.C. LUM              LC MMC
unit option route.                                                           Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/15/2012)
Assessment and care of the geriatric client in LTC, the community,
and home health setting utilizing the nursing process and the Roy            ****   lec   10:10 - 12:15pm   M          E.C. LUM                  NU 153
Adaptation model is presented. R.N. preceptors will be utilized in           &      lec    9:00 - 11:30am   T          E.C. LUM                  NU 133
the Home Health setting.                                                     &      lab   11:40 - 12:10pm   T          E.C. LUM                  NU 133
****   lec    8:00 - 12:30pm M           E.V. MOORE                NU 153    &      lab    6:30 - 7:55pm    Th         M.M. MCCORMICK            TM MC
or     lab   18:00 hrs/wk TBA-           E.V. MOORE                HH TBA    or     lab    6:30 - 7:55pm    Th         E.C. LUM                  LC MH
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm W            J. SAXTON                   L SP    Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2012, Ends 5/2/2012)
or     lab   8:00 hrs/wk TBA-            E.C. LUM                  HH TBA
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm TW           J. SAXTON                   L SP    NURSING 347                                                 3.00 UNITS
or     lab    6:30 - 3:30pm ThF          E.C. LUM                    L SP    LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT (CSU)
Short Term Class (4 Week Class - Starts 5/4/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)             Prerequisite: For lecture: Grade “C” or better in all required
                                                                             nursing courses and cognates listed in the Nursing curriculum
                                                                             for the selected route. For Lab: Completion of the Nursing 347
NURSING 343                                       3.00 UNITS                 lecture
NURSING PROCESS&PRACTICE IN PSY-SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF CLIENT                  component with a grade of “C” or better and a grade of “C” or
(CSU)                                                                        better in Nursing 343 and 345.
Prerequisite: “LVN-30 unit” option: Admission to Nursing                     Depending on availability of experiences and preceptors, students’
Program and completion of Nursing 339 with a grade of “C” or                 laboratory assignments will be individually arrange by assigned
better.                                                                      clinical instructor. Students should plan to attend all lecture and
LVN Advanced Placement: As above AND completion of required                  labs offered on campus. No grade will be given until both lecture
2nd and 3rd semester nursing program courses and cognates,                   and lab are completed. To complete the program, lecture grade
Sociology 1 or Anthropology 102 with grades of “C” or better.                must be a “C” or better plus a satisfactory grade in the lab. Focus is
                                                                             on the management and planning of client care. Roles as a member
This course includes assessment and care of clients in the                   of the profession and as a manager of client care are emphasized.
psychiatric unit, intervention, and participation in group therapy,          Integrated and comprehensive client-care utilizing the nursing
and practice using the nursing process and the Roy Adaptation                process and the Roy Adaptation model is performed under the
model with emphasis on the psycho-social modes.                              supervision of R.N. preceptor-role models.
****   lec   10:05 - 12:15pm   M         E.V. MOORE                 NU 153   ****   lec   11:15 - 12:10pm W            S.F. NOWINSKI          NU 133
or     lec   7:30 - 10:10am    W         E.V. MOORE                   TBA    or     lab   40:20 hrs/wk TBA-            K.H. CLELAND           SM MC
&      lab   10:10 - 10:40am   W         E.V. MOORE                 NU 153   or     lab   40:20 hrs/wk TBA-            S.F. NOWINSKI         LC MSP
or     lab   6:30 - 7:50pm     Th        E.A. FROES                  HG H    or     lab   40:20 hrs/wk TBA-            N.J. ORTEGA            TM MC
or     lab   6:30 - 7:50pm     T         N.M. COLLINS                DA H    or     lab   40:20 hrs/wk TBA-            D.C. LARSON              KF H
or     lab   6:30 - 7:50pm     T         E.V. MOORE                LC MSP    Lecture Starts 2/6/12. Clinic Starts 5/5/12
Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/15/2012)
****   lec   10:05 - 12:15pm   M         E.V. MOORE                   TBA    NURSING 364                                                 3.00 UNITS
&      lec   7:30 - 10:10am    W         E.V. MOORE                   TBA    PHARMACOLOGY (CSU)
&      lab   10:10 - 10:40am   W         E.V. MOORE                   TBA    This course is open to pre-nursing majors, nursing students and
or     lab   6:30 - 7:50pm     T         N.M. COLLINS                DA H    those interested in developing an understanding of medications.
                                                                             This course provides an understanding of basic pharmacology and
or     lab   6:30 - 7:50pm     T         E.V. MOORE                LC MSP    the standards, policies, and regulations involved in medication
&      lab    6:30 - 7:50pm    Th        E.A. FROES                  HG H    administration. A brief review of the math concepts involved in the
Short Term Class (6 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2012, Ends 5/2/2012)            calculations of dosages is included. The course focus is on drug
                                                                             classifications, pharmacodynamics, chemical interactions, toxicology
                                                                             and the use of the nursing process in medication administration.
                                                                             3438 lec     9:00 - 12:10pm    Th         J.B. ARZAGA               NU 133



                        Spring Break
                       April 2 - 9, 2012




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NURSING 399A                                       5.00 UNITS                                                  OCEANOGRAPHY 012                                             3.00 UNITS
CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT/CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDE                                                           LECTURES IN MARINE BIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
Must have AHA healthcare Provide BCLS card, have background                                                    Investigates the intertidal and offshore ocean habitats. The study of
check, and meet all health requirements of clinical agency.                                                    marine plants and animals, their ecology, morphology and economic
Theory and clinical skills needed to work with residents/patients in                                           importance to man.
the long term care facility and the acute care setting. Nursing 399A                                           0669 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   TTh         C.A. CROUCH               SCI 204
must be taken either before or concurrently with Nursing 399B. After
successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible to
apply for certification and to take the State of California Certified
Nurse Assistant examination.
0600 lec          8:00 - 4:30pm            FS                C. SCHWARTZMAN                      NU 133          PERSONA L DEVELOPMENT
or   lab          7:00 - 3:30pm            SaSu              C.L. ALLMOND                       LC MSP
or   lab          7:00 - 3:30pm            SaSu              Y.B. BELL                           TM MC         Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu
Class will start February 10, 2012. Mandatory CNA Orientation will be
January 20, 2012 at 8:00 am in NU 133. Students must bring a valid American                                    Questions: Elizabeth Colocho, (310) 233-4043, coloche@lahc.edu
Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR card on the first day of class.
(9 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 4/7/2012)                                                                PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 004                                     1.00 UNITS
                                                                                                               CAREER PLANNING (CSU)
NURSING 399B                                       2.00 UNITS                                                  This class will cover career planning and job seeking skills.
CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT/CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDE                                                           0113 lec    11:10 - 12:20pm TTh          J.P. FISHER              NEA 203
Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in Nursing                                                Short Term Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/29/2012)
399A. Lecture and clinical skills in working with residents/clients
in the home care setting. Emphasis given to safety principles and
to methods for providing physical care and emotional and social                                                PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 017                                     1.00 UNITS
support. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is                                              COLLEGE SURVIVAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU)
eligible to apply for certification as a Home Health Aide in the state                                         Personal Development 17 is open to all students, and is required
of California.                                                                                                 of all new EOPS students. Course covers time management, study
0601 lec          7:00 - 3:30pm            F                 C. SCHWARTZMAN   NU 133                           skills, self-esteem, stress management, test taking, and campus
                                                                                                               services.
&    lab          7:00 - 3:30pm            SaSu              C.L. ALLMOND   SUNR ASL
(3 Week Class - Starts 4/20/2012, Ends 5/6/2012)                                                               0110 lec 2:00 - 3:20pm Th                B. BURSTEIN              SPS AC
                                                                                                               0157 lec 11:10 - 12:15pm W               S.L. HIRSCH              NEA 101
                                                                                                               EVENING CLASS
                                                                                                               3002 lec 5:00 - 6:45pm T                  M.H. MURILLO            NEA 118
                      OCEANOGRA PHY                                                                            Class Starts (9 Week Class - Starts 3/20/2012, Ends 5/22/2012)
                                                                                                               OUTREACH CLASS
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu                                                6085 lec 5:00 - 7:05pm       Th           R.B. BARKER                HOH
                                                                                                               Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 3/29/2012, Ends 5/31/2012.
OCEANOGRAPHY 001                                                                          3.00 UNITS           INTERNET CLASS
INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)                                                                          7671 lec 2:20 hrs/wk TBA -                E.H. COLOCHO           INTERNET
P h y s i c a l O c e a n o g r a p h y. M a j o r t o p i c s t o b e s t u d i e d i n c l u d e t h e       Short Term Class. Contact instructor at yoni0017@hotmail.com as soon
f o r m a t i o n a n d f e a t u r e s o f t h e s e a f l o o r, i s l a n d s a n d c o a s t l i n e s ,   as you register. (16 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/23/2012)
p r o p e r t i e s o f s e a w a t e r, w a v e s , c u r r e n t s , t i d e s a n d m a r i n e l i f e .
Special reference is made to the California coast and the problems                                             PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020                          3.00 UNITS
of human uses of the sea. Includes field trips to costal Southern
California sites.                                                                                              POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING
0679 lec          8:00 - 9:25am            MW                T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210        (UC:CSU)
0680 lec          9:35 - 11:00am           MW                T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210        OUTREACH CLASSES
**** lec          8:00 - 9:25am            MW                T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210        6015 lec 3:15 - 5:20pm       MW          E. JACKSON                  NHS
Honors Course. See Honors Counselor for approval to enroll in the class.                                       Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012).
EVENING CLASSES                                                                                                6037 lec    3:15 - 5:15pm    MW          Y. ANANG KOLETTY            CHS
3498 lec 5:20 - 6:45pm MW                                    T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210        Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012)
3499 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                                     J.D. MACK                          SCI 210        6064 lec    3:15 - 4:40pm    MW          J.A. MYERS                  GHS
                                                                                                               Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)
OCEANOGRAPHY 010                                                                          2.00 UNITS           INTERNET CLASS
PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU)                                                                      7621 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                E.H. COLOCHO            INTERNET
Prerequisite or corequisite: Completion of Oceanography 001                                                    Contact yoni.01@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
with a grade of “C” or better or concurrent enrollment.
Introduction to the tools and techniques used in oceanographic
research today. The student will learn analytic techniques used to
study oceanographic features, seawater properties, currents, tides,
and waves. Includes field trips to coastal Southern California sites.
0683 lab          9:35 - 12:45pm           T                 T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210
**** lab          9:35 - 12:45pm           T                 T. MUNASINGHE                      SCI 210
Honors Course. See Honors Counselor for approval to enroll in the class.
EVENING CLASS
3500 lab 6:55 -10:05pm Th                                    J.D. MACK                          SCI 210




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                                                                                                             PHOTOGRAPHY 048                                 3.00 UNITS
                            PHILOSOPHY                                                                       INTERMEDIATE COMPUTERIZED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (CSU)
                                                                                                             T h i s c l a s s i s a c o n t i n u a t i o n o f P h o t o g r a p h y 4 7 . To p i c s i n c l u d e
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu                                                   advanced composition and exposure techniques, as well as more
                                                                                                             advanced techniques for digitally manipulating images, using state
                                                                                                             of the art software programs. Material fee $15.
PHILOSOPHY 001                                                                          3.00 UNITS           0451 lec         6:55 - 7:55pm            TTh              V.B. PRUDEN                          T 114
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU)                                                                          &    lab         7:55 - 9:35pm            TTh              V.B. PRUDEN                          T 114
A study of the nature, sources, and justification of claims to
knowledge, different views of the nature of reality, and the place of
human beings within it.                                                                                      PHOTOGRAPHY 121                                  3.00 UNITS
0435 lec          8:00 - 9:25am           TTh               P.D. GREENBERG                   NEA 122         HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF PHOTOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)
0438 lec         12:45 - 2:10pm           MW                J.E. COLEMAN                     NEA 123         This course covers the major historical developments in Photography
                                                                                                             from the origin of the camera to the present.
                                                                                                             0449 lec         11:10 - 12:35pm TTh                       D. JENNINGS                       MU 138
PHILOSOPHY 006                                                                          3.00 UNITS
LOGIC IN PRACTICE (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                                      PHYSICA L EDUCATION
Formal and informal logic, exercises in reasoning and contemporary
moral and social issues will be discussed.
0439     lec     9:35 - 11:00am TTh                         P.D. GREENBERG                   NEA 122
0442     lec     9:35 - 11:00am MW                          P.D. GREENBERG                    MU 138         Division Chair: Nabeel Barakat, (310) 233-4351, barakanm@lahc.edu
4901     lec     5:45 - 7:50pm T                            K.E. CARTER                      NEA 113
&        lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                           K.E. CARTER                      NEA 113         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 097                                                                 2.00 UNITS
&        lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                           K.E. CARTER                      NEA 113         PHYSICAL EDUCATION - PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY (UC:CSU)
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                                  This course consists of an active program of physical fitness through
4922 lec         5:45 - 7:50pm W                            P.D. GREENBERG                   NEA 128         flexibility, running, and strength exercises. Also included are weight
                                                                                                             conditioning and aerobic activities.
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                           P.D. GREENBERG                   NEA 128
                                                                                                             2128 lab          3:30 - 4:55pm          MW                L.C. TRUJILLO                  PE/W 142
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                           P.D. GREENBERG                   NEA 128
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                                                             PHYSICAL EDUCATION 185                            1.00 UNITS
PHILOSOPHY 020                                                                          3.00 UNITS           DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICAL EDUCATION (CSU) (RPT 2)
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: These classes are by arrangement and prior
ETHICS (UC:CSU)                                                                                              permission of instructor only. Do not enroll before getting
A study of the basic principles of moral evaluation and their                                                approval.
application to contemporary controversial moral issues. The primary                                          Prerequisite: These classes are by arrangement and prior permission
emphasis is in aiding students in developing critical abilities in                                           of instructor only. Do not enroll before getting approval.
moral evaluation.                                                                                            *UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.
0440     lec     12:35 - 2:25pm TTh                     D.O SHAUGHNESSY                      NEA 117         2102 lec         1:00 hrs/wk TBA-                          N.M. BARAKAT                   PE/W 116
4936     lec      5:45 - 7:50pm Th                      D.O SHAUGHNESSY                      NEA 118         **** lec          9:45 - 11:05am F                         A.B. TURNER                       FIELD
&        lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                       D.O SHAUGHNESSY                      NEA 118         HTPA Students Only.
&        lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                       D.O SHAUGHNESSY                      NEA 118         ****     lec      1:50 - 3:10pm          F                 A.B. TURNER                         FIELD
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                                  HTPA students only.
INTERNET CLASS
7674 lec 2:50 hrs/wk TBA-                                   S. BENNET                     INTERNET           PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225                                                                 1.00 UNITS
Contact bennetse@lahc.edu as soon as you register. ORIENTATION:
Tuesday, February 7, 2012 from 3:00 - 5pm. Room to be announced via enail.
                                                                                                             YOGA SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
                                                                                                             2111 lab 8:00 - 9:05am                    TTh              N.C. OMABOE                    PE/W 140
PHILOSOPHY 033                                                                          3.00 UNITS           EVENING CLASS
COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF WORLD RELIGIONS (UC:CSU)                                                               2119 lab 2:10 - 3:15pm                    MW               N.C. OMABOE                    PE/W 140
A survey of the historical development of the world’s great religions,
with the origins, growth and contributions to man’s cultural heritage.                                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION 228                                                                 1.00 UNITS
0444 lec          9:35 - 11:00am          TTh               B.T. GALLARDO                      MU 134        BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
                                                                                                             Concurrent enrollment is allowed in all sections BODY
                                                                                                             CONDITIONING.
                        PHOTOGRA PHY                                                                         This class is designed to improve your overall fitness through
                                                                                                             aerobics, calisthenics, and stretching.
                                                                                                             2110 lab         11:10 - 12:15pm TTh                       N.C. OMABOE                    PE/W 140
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu                                                   **** lab         10:10 - 11:15am MW                        F.R. YATES                     PE/W 140
                                                                                                             HTPA students only.
PHOTOGRAPHY 047                                 3.00 UNITS                                                   ****     lab     10:10 - 11:15am MW                        A.B. TURNER                    PE/W 140
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERIZED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (CSU)                                                       HTPA students only.
This course introduces the student to basic principles and artistic
criteria of photography as implemented through the use of digital                                            ****     lab     11:50 - 12:55pm MW                        F.R. YATES                     PE/W 140
p h o t o g r a p h i c t e c h n o l o g y. S t u d e n t s w i l l b e i n t r o d u c e d t o b a s i c   HTPA Students only.
computer operation as well as functions of the digital camera and                                            ****     lab     11:50 - 12:55pm MW                        A.B. TURNER                    PE/W 140
common software programs. Student must own an adjustable digital                                             HTPA Students Only
camera. Lab fee $15.
0448 lec          6:55 - 7:55pm           TTh               V.B. PRUDEN                           T 114
&    lab          7:55 - 9:35pm           TTh               V.B. PRUDEN                           T 114




  78           Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                                                                LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 229                                                          1.00 UNITS         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 512                             3.00 UNITS
BODY DYNAMICS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                     INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - SOFTBALL (UC:CSU) (RPT 2)
This class is designed to improve your overall fitness through                                     2146 lab     10:00 hrs/wk TBA-           J. EVANS                   FIELD
AEROBICS, calisthenics, and stretching.
                                                                                                   Short Term Class (12 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 5/5/2012)
2901 lab        7:05 - 9:10pm         Th              L.C. TRUJILLO                PE/W 140
                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 552                             1.00 UNITS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 238                                                          1.00 UNITS         ATHLETICS PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                               This course is designed to improve and maintain the fitness condition
This class will offer an individualized program of basic self-defense,                             of the athlete in preparation for the competitive season of play.
p h y s i c a l f i t n e s s a n d M A RT I A L A RT S a w a r e n e s s . Ta u g h t b y t h e   It encompasses the mental aspects of sport performance, sport
I.M.B. Academy staff. Recommended for both men and women of all                                    regulation and eligibility standards
experience levels, including beginners.                                                            *UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.
2116 lab 12:45 - 1:50pm               TTh             M. YAMASHITA                 PE/W 140        2150   lab   3:00 - 4:25pm       MW      D.M. NICHOLSON           FIELD
EVENING CLASS                                                                                      2152   lab   3:00 - 4:25pm       MW      J. EVANS                 FIELD
2904 lab 7:05 - 9:10pm                T               M. YAMASHITA                 PE/W 140        2917   lab   3:00 - 4:30pm       MW      W. BARLOW                FIELD
                                                                                                   2918   lab   7:00 -10:20pm       M       C.M. ZARTMAN          PE/W 169
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 259                                                          1.00 UNITS         2919   lab   7:00 - 8:30pm       TTh     S. DIAZ                  FIELD
GOLF SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
These classes are for students interested in improving their skills on
a golf course. First class meeting in PE 137. Beginning Intermediate                               PHYSICAL EDUCATION 553                             1.00 UNITS
Advanced                                                                                           INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS-STRENGTH & FITNESS TRG FOR FOOTBALL
2120 lab 12:30 - 2:35pm F                             K.A. PLUTCHOK                PE/W 143        (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
SATURDAY CLASS                                                                                     2132 lab     3:30 - 4:55pm      TTh      B.T. PEABODY               FIELD
7082 lab 10:15 - 12:20pm S                            K.A. PLUTCHOK                PE/W 143
                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 556                             1.00 UNITS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 262                                                          1.00 UNITS         INTERCOLL SPORTS-STRENGTH & FITNESS TRAINING FOR BASKETBALL
TRACK AND FIELD SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                            (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
POWER WALKING                                                                                      2906 lab     5:30 - 6:55pm      TTh      A. CARTER LOZA        PE/W 169
0647 lab        7:55 - 10:00am F                      S. KOMAI                         FIELD
                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 558                             1.00 UNITS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 298                            2.00 UNITS                                       INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS-STRENGTH FITNESS TRAINING FOR SOCCER
STRESS REDUCTION AND PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY (UC:CSU)                                                  (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
The study of alternative forms of physical education for improved                                  2158 lab     7:00 - 8:30pm      MW       W. BARLOW                  FIELD
body alignment and ease of movement with ability to reduce stress
for all individuals. Teaching YOGA techniques.
2162 lec       9:35 - 10:05am TTh                     N.C. OMABOE                  PE/W 140        PHYSICAL EDUCATION 642                                       1.00 UNITS
&    lab       10:05 - 11:10am TTh                    N.C. OMABOE                  PE/W 140        ADAPTED FITNESS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
                                                                                                   Course designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities
                                                                                                   who require restricted or modified activities. Individualized exercise
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 304                                                          1.00 UNITS         programs will be performed by students with instruction covering the
BASKETBALL SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                 basic elements of physical fitness and training principles. Students
Beginning-Intermediate-Advanced                                                                    with disabilities must provide a physician prescription for exercises.
*UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.                                              *UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.
2114 lab       12:35 - 1:40pm TTh                     A.L. HENRY                   PE/W 169        2163 lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA-            N.M. BARAKAT          PE/W 116
2129 lab       11:10 - 12:15pm TTh                    A.L. HENRY                   PE/W 169        The lab will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 pm MTWTh. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00
2130 lab       11:10 - 12:15pm MW                     B.W. ALCOCER                 PE/W 169        p.m. Fri. Evenings from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. MW.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 310                                                          1.00 UNITS         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 643                                       1.00 UNITS
FLAG/TOUCH FOOTBALL SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                        ADAPTED STRENGTH TRAINING (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
0613 lab        3:30 - 4:35pm         MW              W. DE LEON                       FIELD       Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities
Football Team only.                                                                                who require restricted or modified activities. Individualized exercise
                                                                                                   programs will be performed by students with instructional emphasis
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 322                                                          1.00 UNITS         placed on strength training principles and techniques. Students with
VOLLEYBALL SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                 disabilities must provide a physician prescription for exercises.
Beginning-Intermediate                                                                             *UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.
*UC credit may be gr anted by petition after transfer.                                             2165 lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -           N.M. BARAKAT          PE/W 116
2131 lab 9:35 - 10:40am TTh             A.A. ALVILLAR                              PE/W 169        The lab will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 pm MTWTh. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00
                                                                                                   p.m. Fri. Evenings from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. MW.
2140 lab 10:10 - 12:15pm F              S. KOMAI                                   PE/W 169

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 431                                                          1.00 UNITS
MODERN DANCE (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
2103 lab        8:45 - 9:50am         MW              F.R. YATES                   PE/W 140

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 503                             3.00 UNITS
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - BASEBALL (UC:CSU) (RPT 2)
2145 lab       10:00 hrs/wk TBA-                      D.M. NICHOLSON                   FIELD
Short Term (12 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 5/5/2012)




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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 645                                     1.00 UNITS
ADAPTED AEROBICS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                                    PHYSICA L SCIENCE
Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities
who need an individualized exercise program and can function
independently. Students will develop cardiovascular and muscular
                                                                          Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
endurance, strength, and flexibility while exercising with musical
accompaniment. Students with disabilities need a medical                  PHYSICAL SCIENCE 001                                      3.00 UNITS
prescription from physician.                                              PHYSICAL SCIENCE I (UC:CSU)
*UC credit may be granted by petition after transfer.                     Not open for credit to students who have completed Physics 11. A
2166 lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-             N.M. BARAKAT         PE/W 116     survey course exploring physical laws and how they help describe
The lab will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 pm MTWTh. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00   our environment.
p.m. Fri. Evenings from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. MW.                              0540 lec    9:35 - 11:00am   MW        S.L. MORRIS              T 211

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 690                                     1.00 UNITS     PHYSICAL SCIENCE 014                                      1.00 UNITS
WEIGHT TRAINING (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)                                          PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY (UC:CSU)
An open laboratory experience designed for the people who desire          Prerequisite: Completion of Physical Science 001 with a grade
an individualized strength program using a combination of nautilus,       of ‘C’ or better.
universal, and free weight. This is suited for men and women of all       Discovery of selected physical laws through experimentation with
age groups who are interested in muscle toning and muscle building        simple machines, gases, electricity, and magnetism.
beyond the normal workout. Orientations are offered on-the-hour           0541 lab   12:45 - 2:50pm    M         S.L. MORRIS             PH 105
every hour the lab is open. Lab hours are MTWTh 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
and F 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and MTWTh evenings from 5pm - 7:30pm.
Workouts begin the second week of the semester.
2101 lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA-             L.C. TRUJILLO        PE/W 119                             PHYSICS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 800                           3.00 UNITS               Division Chair: Lauren McKenzie, (310) 233-4500, mckenzlj@lahc.edu
INTRODUCTION TO DANCE AND DANCE HISTORY (UC:CSU)
2915 lec    6:55 -10:05pm W             F.R. YATES           PE/W 143     PHYSICS 007                                               4.00 UNITS
                                                                          GENERAL PHYSICS II (UC:CSU)
                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Physics 006 with a grade of “C”
      PHYSICA L EDUCATION                                                 or better.
                                                                          Trigonometry based physics course in electricity and magnetism,
                                                                          optics and modern physics.
        (NON-ACTIVITY)                                                    0543 lec
                                                                          &    lab
                                                                                     12:45 - 2:15pm
                                                                                      2:15 - 5:25pm
                                                                                                       MW
                                                                                                       W
                                                                                                                 B.K. GAMBLE
                                                                                                                 B.K. GAMBLE
                                                                                                                                       NEA 225
                                                                                                                                        PH 105

PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 712                      3.00 UNITS     PHYSICS 011                                               4.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION (UC:CSU)                               INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS (UC:CSU)
0550 lec    8:00 - 9:25am     TTh       L.C. TRUJILLO        PE/W 142     Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 123C with a grade of
                                                                          “C” or better. This course is not open for credit to students
                                                                          who have credit in Physics 006.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 713                      3.00 UNITS     0544 lec   9:35 - 11:00am    TTh       S.L. MORRIS              T 211
INTRODUCTION TO COACHING ATHLETICS (UC:CSU)                               &    lab   12:45 - 3:55pm    Th        R.F. WHITING            PH 105
Prerequisite: Physical Education or Recreation major or minor
or coach of men’s or women’s sports.
2172 lec    9:35 - 11:00am    MW        M.A. ALVILLAR           PE 142    PHYSICS 037                                               5.00 UNITS
                                                                          PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS I (UC:CSU)
                                                                          Prerequisites: Completion of Physics 011 and Mathematics 265
                                                                          or equivalents with grades of “C” or better.5.
                                                                          A calculus based physics course for science and engineering majors.
                                                                          Topics include mechanics and thermodynamics.
                                                                          3428 lec    4:55 - 7:00pm    MW        C.O. EGALON           NEA 227
                                                                          &    lab    7:00 - 8:25pm    MW        C.O. EGALON            PH 105

                                                                          PHYSICS 038                                               5.00 UNITS
                                                                          PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS II (UC:CSU)
                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Physics 037 and Mathematics 265
                                                                          or equivalents with grades of “C” or better.
                                                                          A calculus based physics course for science and engineering majors.
                                                                          Topics include electricity and magnetism, AC & DC circuits and optics.
                                                                          0547 lec   8:00 - 9:05am     MTWTh     S.L. MORRIS              T 211
                                                                          &    lab   12:45 - 3:55pm    T         S.L. MORRIS             PH 105




Education Changes Everything...
 80        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
                            PHYSIOLOGY                                                                                    POLITICA L SCIENCE
Division Chair: Joyce Parker, (310) 233-4556, parkerje@lahc.edu                                              Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu
NOTE: PHYSIOLOGY 001L AND PHYSIOLOGY                                                                         POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                                           3.00 UNITS
001U MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY.                                                                             THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                             This course explains the theory and practice of democracy in United
                                                                                                             States national, state, and local government.
PHYSIOLOGY 001L                                                                         0.00 UNITS
                                                                                                             0737   lec    8:00 - 9:25am     MW         J.B. STANBERY            NEA 115
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite and/or corequisite: Completion of Chemistry 065,                                                0738   lec    8:00 - 9:25am     TTh        J.B. STANBERY            NEA 115
066, 101 or one year of high school chemistry with a grade of                                                0739   lec    8:00 - 11:10am    F          R.J. VEGA                NEA 115
“C” or better. Required: Concurrent enrollment in a lecture                                                  0740   lec    9:35 - 11:00am    MW         W.L. LOITERMAN           NEA 122
and a laboratory section.                                                                                    0741   lec    9:35 - 11:00am    TTh        J.B. STANBERY            NEA 115
An introduction to principles of human physiology from chemical/
cellular to system levels of organization with an emphasis on the                                            0743   lec    3:30 - 6:40pm     T          L. ACQUAYE BADDOO        NEA 221
maintenance of homeostasis by the various organ systems. Success                                             0744   lec   11:10 - 12:35pm    MW         W.L. LOITERMAN           NEA 122
in human physiology is enhanced by a prior background of human                                               0745   lec   11:10 - 12:35pm    TTh        W.L. LOITERMAN           NEA 122
a n a t o m y. T h i s c o u r s e m e e t s t h e p r e r e q u i s i t e f o r p r e - n u r s i n g o r   0746   lec   12:45 - 2:10pm     MW         R.J. VEGA                NEA 115
preparation for allied-health occupations. Physiology 1 meets
t he Ca lifo rnia Nu rsin g Bo a r d Sta n d a r d s fo r c r e d i t a s Cont inuing                        0770   lec   12:45 - 2:10pm     TTh        W.L. LOITERMAN           NEA 122
Education for Registered Nurses and is approved for 80 hours                                                 ****   lec   11:10 - 12:35pm    MW         W.L. LOITERMAN           NEA 122
of Continuing Education credit under provider number 02152. A                                                Honors Course. See Honors Counselor for approval to enroll in the class.
materials fee of $15.00 is required.                                                                         EVENING CLASSES
0671 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm M                                   T.G. MCCORD                       SCI 104        3534 lec 6:55 -10:05pm          W          K.J. POOLE       NEA 115
0672 lab 8:00 - 11:10am T                                   D.A. GAYLE                        SCI 104        3538 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm          Th         W.L. LOITERMAN   NEA 122
0673 lab 11:10 - 2:20pm W                                   T.G. MCCORD                       SCI 104        3556 lec 6:55 -10:05pm          T          K.J. POOLE       NEA 115
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                3550 lec 6:55 - 9:55pm          MW         L. ACQUAYE BADDOONEA 122
3483 lab 6:55 -10:05pm W                                    L.M. CALABRESE                    SCI 104        Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
SATURDAY CLASS                                                                                               4908 lec     5:45 - 7:15pm T               P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 127
7010 lab 12:20 - 3:30pm S                                   J.T. THOMAS                       SCI 104        &    lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-              P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 127
Saturday Class                                                                                               &    lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-              P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 127
                                                                                                             PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
PHYSIOLOGY 001U                                                                         4.00 UNITS           4917 lec     5:45 - 7:15pm W               P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 128
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU)                                                                    &    lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-              P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 128
Prerequisite and/or corequisite: Completion of Chemistry 065,
066, 101 or one year of high school chemistry with a grade of                                                &    lec     2:25 hrs/wk TBA-              P.L. RODRIGUEZ           NEA 128
“C” or better. Required: Concurrent enrollment in a lecture                                                  PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
and a laboratory section.                                                                                    OUTREACH CLASS
An introduction to principles of human physiology from chemical/                                             6018 lec 3:15 - 5:15pm          MW         F.G. AQUINO                     CHS
cellular to system levels of organization with an emphasis on the                                            Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)
maintenance of homeostasis by the various organ systems. Success
in human physiology is enhanced by a prior background of human                                               SATURDAY CLASS
a n a t o m y. T h i s c o u r s e m e e t s t h e p r e r e q u i s i t e f o r p r e - n u r s i n g o r   7005 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm S                  L. ACQUAYE BADDOO NEA 115
preparation for allied-health occupations. Physiology 1 meets                                                INTERNET CLASS
t he Ca lifo rnia Nu rsin g Bo a r d Sta n d a r d s fo r c r e d i t a s Cont inuing                        7619 lec 4:15 hrs/wk TBA-                  S.C. HEFFNER          INTERNET
Education for Registered Nurses and is approved for 80 hours
of Continuing Education credit under provider number 02152. A                                                Contact Heffneredu@Charter.net as soon as you register.
materials fee of $15.00 is required.                                                                         7684 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              S.C. HEFFNER          INTERNET
0670 lec 9:35 - 11:00am MW                                  T.G. MCCORD                       SCI 112        Contact Heffneredu@Charter.net as soon as you register.
EVENING CLASS                                                                                                7686 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              S. KHOROOSHI          INTERNET
3484 lec 5:20 - 6:45pm MW                                   L.M. CALABRESE                    SCI 112        Contact skhorooshi@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
SATURDAY CLASS
7011 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm S                                   J.T. THOMAS                       SCI 104        POLITICAL SCIENCE 002                                           3.00 UNITS
Saturday Class                                                                                               MODERN WORLD GOVERNMENTS (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                             This course is an introduction to the comparative method of cross-
                                                                                                             national political analysis with emphasis on the political institutions
                                                                                                             of Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and Asian, Latin American
                                                                                                             and African governments such as Japan, Mexico and Nigeria.
                                                                                                             0771 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm MW           R.J. VEGA                     NEA 122
                                                                                                             0772 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm F             R.J. VEGA                     NEA 119
                                                                                                             INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                             7654 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA- T.M. HILLIS INTERNET
                                                                                                             Go to https://sites.google.com/site/tmhillis4lahc/ for class information
             Check the website for updates
                                                                                                             POLITICAL SCIENCE 007                                           3.00 UNITS
                   to the schedule                                                                           CONTEMPORARY WORLD AFFAIRS (UC:CSU) (RPT 1)
                    www.lahc.edu                                                                             0732 lec     3:30 - 6:40pm      T          L. ACQUAYE BADDOO NEA 113




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POLITICAL SCIENCE 041                                                                  2.00 UNITS          PSYCHOLOGY 003                                                3.00 UNITS
PRINCIPLES OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP (CSU) (RPT 1)                                                             PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (CSU)
This course prepares students in the theory and practice of                                                0130 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm TTh             T.J. CHAMBERS           NEA 119
organization, leadership, principles of group leadership, and the
development of decision making skills. It is open to the members of                                        EVENING CLASS
the Associated Student Government and others.                                                              3014 lec 3:40 - 6:50pm W                E. REIGADAS             NEA 119
0748 lec         3:30 - 5:50pm            T                W.L. LOITERMAN                  NEA 122         4927 lec 7:55 -10:00pm W                J.L. WATKINS            NEA 226
Late Start Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/27/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                         &    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-               J.L. WATKINS            NEA 226
                                                                                                           &    lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-               J.L. WATKINS            NEA 226
POLITICAL SCIENCE 385                                                                  3.00 UNITS          PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
DIRECTED STUDY - POLITICAL SCIENCE (CSU)
0749 lec         3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          W.L. LOITERMAN                  NEA 122         PSYCHOLOGY 014                                                3.00 UNITS
0779 lec         3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                          W.L. LOITERMAN                  NEA 122         ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                           Prerequisite: Completion of Psychology 001 with a grade of
                                                                                                           “C” or better.

                           PSYCHOLOGY                                                                      4914 lec
                                                                                                           &    lec
                                                                                                                      7:55 -10:00pm T
                                                                                                                      2:05 hrs/wk TBA-
                                                                                                                                                 D.O SHAUGHNESSY
                                                                                                                                                 D.O SHAUGHNESSY
                                                                                                                                                                           NEA 122
                                                                                                                                                                           NEA 122
                                                                                                           &    lec   2:25 hrs/wk TBA-           D.O SHAUGHNESSY           NEA 122
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu                                               PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                                                           INTERNET CLASS
PSYCHOLOGY 001                                                                         3.00 UNITS          7632 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA- J. THOMAS SPIEGELINTERNET
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU)                                                                              Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
S c i e n t i f i c s u r v e y o f b e h a v i o r c o v e r i n g p e r s o n a l i t y, g r o w t h ,
perception, motivation, learning, and intelligence.
0119     lec      8:00 - 9:25am           TTh              K.M. BROOKS                      NEA 119        PSYCHOLOGY 041                                      3.00 UNITS
0120     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          MW               A.J. SICHAN                      NEA 119        LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                           Prerequisite: Completion of Psychology 001 with a grade of ‘C’
0121     lec      9:35 - 11:00am          TTh              K.M. BROOKS                      NEA 119        or better.
0122     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          MW               B.A. FRIDLEY                     NEA 113        Developmental aspects of psychosocial, cognitive, and physical
0123     lec     11:10 - 12:35pm          TTh              E. REIGADAS                      NEA 119        change throughout the life-span.
0124     lec     12:45 - 2:10pm           MW               B.A. FRIDLEY                     NEA 113        0127 lec 9:30 - 12:40pm      F          A.J. SICHAN             NEA 125
0126     lec     12:00 - 3:10pm           F                D.A. STEELE                      NEA 113        0128 lec 2:00 - 3:40pm       MW         E. REIGADAS             NEA 119
0158     lec      3:30 - 6:40pm           T                E. REIGADAS                      NEA 119        EVENING CLASS
0160     lec      1:00 - 3:00pm           TTh              D.A. STEELE                      NEA 113        3005 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm      Th           STAFF                  NEA 117
(14 Week Class - Starts 2/21/2012, Ends 5/31/2012)                                                         SATURDAY CLASS
EVENING CLASSES                                                                                            7008 lec 9:00 - 12:10pm      S          A.J. SICHAN             NEA 119
3003 lec 6:55 -10:05pm T                                   L. MCGEE                        NEA 119         INTERNET CLASS
3004 lec 6:40 - 9:50pm Th                                  S.L. THORNTON                   NEA 119         7603 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-         J. THOMAS SPIEGEL           INTERNET
3007 lec 6:55 -10:05pm MW                                  T.J. CHAMBERS                   NEA 113         Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
Late Start Class (9 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
3011 lec          6:00 - 9:35pm          W                 K.M. BROOKS                     NEA 125
Late Start Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)
4902 lec         7:55 -10:00pm T                           J.L. WATKINS                           TBA
                                                                                                                             REA L ESTAT E
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                          J.L. WATKINS                           TBA      Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu
&    lec         2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                          J.L. WATKINS                           TBA
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                                REAL ESTATE 001                                               3.00 UNITS
4927 lec         7:55 -10:00pm W                           J.L. WATKINS                    NEA 121         REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES (CSU)
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                          J.L. WATKINS                    NEA 121         This is an overview of the fundamentals of real estate for those
&    lec         2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                          J.L. WATKINS                    NEA 121         interested in getting a real estate state sales license or investing
                                                                                                           in real estate. Real Estate Sales license examination applicants are
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                                required to complete this course with a passing grade.
OUTREACH CLASS                                                                                             INTERNET CLASS
6063 lec 3:15 - 5:35pm                    MW               J.L. WATKINS                          GHS       7605 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               K.GUNDERSON           INTERNET
Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)                                          Contact instructorre@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
INTERNET CLASSES
7600 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-      J. THOMAS SPIEGEL                                        INTERNET           REAL ESTATE 003                                               3.00 UNITS
Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                                                      REAL ESTATE PRACTICES (CSU)
7645 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-            D.M. ORME                                          INTERNET           Prerequisite: Real Estate 1 or real estate sales license.
Contact dorme@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                                                         Stresses day to day operations in real estate sales and brokerage
                                                                                                           activities. California’s real estate sales and broker ’s license
                                                                                                           applicants are required to complete this course with a passing grade.
PSYCHOLOGY 002                                                                         3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                           INTERNET CLASS
BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU)
This course covers the physiological basis of behavior.                                                    7608 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               K.GUNDERSON           INTERNET
0125 lec         8:00 - 11:10am           F                D.A. STEELE                      NEA 119        Contact instructorre@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
0161 lec         9:35 - 11:00am           MW               B.A. FRIDLEY                     NEA 113
                                                                                                           REAL ESTATE 005                                               3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                           LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I (CSU)
                                                                                                           A study of California real estate law. A broker exam required class.
                                                                                                           INTERNET CLASS
                                                                                                           7694 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-               C. KIRNBAUER          INTERNET
                                                                                                           Contact kirnbacw@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
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REAL ESTATE 007                                                                           3.00 UNITS           SOCIOLOGY 012                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
REAL ESTATE FINANCE I (CSU)                                                                                    MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE (UC:CSU)
A broker exam required class. Studies the financing of purchased                                               Discusses changing marriage and family, sex, love, child rearing,
property.                                                                                                      divorce, and alternative lifestyles in urban situations.
INTERNET CLASS                                                                                                 0144 lec 8:00 - 9:25am MW               T. CHAMBERS      NEA 119
7696 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                    R.P. MARICICH                  INTERNET           EVENING CLASSES
Contact maricir@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                                              3008 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm T                                        J.A. GARCIA                        NEA 121
                                                                                                               3013 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th                                       M.W. AGOPIAN                       NEA 125

               SERVICE LEARNING                                                                                SOCIOLOGY 021                                                                                 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                               HUMAN SEXUALITY (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                               S e x u a l b e h a v i o r, s e x u a l a n x i e t i e s , s e x u a l f a n t a s i e s , p h y s i o l o g y,
                                                                                                               what is “normal”, orgasm, sexual preferences. This course meets the
SERVICE LEARNING 100                                                                      1.00 UNITS           California Nursing Board Standards for credit as continuing education
INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE LEARNING (CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                 for Registered Nurses and is approved for 60 hours of continuing
0154 lec         1:05 hrs/wk TBA-                            M.M. LANGE                              TBA       education credit under provider number 02152.
&    lab         1:05 hrs/wk TBA-                            M.M. LANGE                              TBA       0138 lec 9:35 - 11:00am                      MW                 M.W. AGOPIAN                        NEA 118
Students interested in Service Learning should contact Service Learning                                        0139 lec 9:35 - 11:00am                      TTh                M.W. AGOPIAN                        NEA 118
Instructors at (310) 233-4245.                                                                                 0140 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm                     MW                 M.W. AGOPIAN                        NEA 118
                                                                                                               0141 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm                     TTh                M.W. AGOPIAN                        NEA 118
                               SOCIOLOGY                                                                       EVENING CLASS
                                                                                                               3009 lec 6:45 - 9:55pm                       M                  M.W. AGOPIAN                       NEA 118
Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu
SOCIOLOGY 001                                                                             3.00 UNITS                                                 SPANISH
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
E x p l a i n s h u m a n b e h a v i o r : c h i l d r e a r i n g , p e r s o n a l i t y, A m e r i c a n   Division Chair: Carmen Carrillo, (310) 233-4250, carrilc@lahc.edu
culture, deviance, sexual patterns, marriage, divorce, social class,
power, media, and other institutions.                                                                          SPANISH 001                                                                                   5.00 UNITS
0131 lec 8:00 - 9:25am                     MW                J.H. SANDELL                      NEA 117         ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (UC:CSU)
0132 lec 8:00 - 9:25am                     TTh               P.C. PORTER                       NEA 117         Credit is allowed for only one: Spanish 1 or the Spanish 21 and
0133 lec 9:35 - 11:00am                    MW                J.H. SANDELL                      NEA 117         22 combination.
0134 lec 9:35 - 11:00am                    TTh               P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         This course stresses the mastery of Spanish fundamentals. Particular
                                                                                                               emphasis is placed upon developing the student’s ability to read,
0135 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm                   MW                J.H. SANDELL                      NEA 117         write, speak, and understand simple, idiomatic Spanish, including
0136 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm                   TTh               P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         pronunciation, vocabulary, and elementary grammar.
0137 lec 1:00 - 2:15pm                     MW                M.W. AGOPIAN                      NEA 118         0266 lec 7:00 - 9:30am TTh                                      C.P. GARAY                         NEA 101
0143 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm                    TTh               P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 121         0268 lec 11:10 - 1:40pm MW                                      G.P. KOEHLER                       NEA 105
EVENING CLASSES                                                                                                0269 lec 11:10 - 1:40pm TTh                                     E. DIMO                            NEA 109
3006 lec 6:45 - 9:55pm                     W                 M.W. AGOPIAN                      NEA 118         EVENING CLASSES
3016 lec 6:55 -10:05pm                     Th                C.M. CLARK                        NEA 115         3200 lec 4:00 - 6:30pm TTh                                      M.E. VILLEGAS                      NEA 209
4911 lec 7:55 -10:00pm                     T                 P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         3201 lec 4:00 - 6:30pm TTh                                      M. KOVEN                           NEA 105
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                    P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         3202 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm MW                                       D. RENTERIA                        NEA 217
&    lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                                    P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)                                                    SPANISH 002                                                                                   5.00 UNITS
4932 lec          7:55 - 10:00pm Th                          P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (UC:CSU)
&    lab         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                            P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         Prerequisite: Completion of Spanish I or the Spanish 21 and 22
&    lec         2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                            P.A. AGUILERA                     NEA 117         combination with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high
                                                                                                               school Spanish or equivalent.
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                                    This course is a continuation of Spanish 1. The student’s ability
OUTREACH CLASS                                                                                                 to speak and understand Spanish is developed. Emphasis is also
6001 lec 3:00 - 4:35pm                     MW                J.C. WHEELER                 PVPHS H64            placed on correct pronunciation, vocabulary, and sentence structure.
Outreach Class (13 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012)                                              Reading and writing of basic Spanish are also further developed.
                                                                                                               Introduction to Hispanic culture.
INTERNET CLASSES
                                                                                                               0270 lec 7:00 - 9:30am                       TTh                W. HERNANDEZ                       NEA 209
7601 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                                    R.K. RICHARDS                  INTERNET
Contact richards907@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                                               EVENING CLASSES
7636 lec         3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                            T.M. HILLIS                    INTERNET           3204 lec 4:00 - 6:30pm                       MW BUSTAMANTE-RANDOLPH NEA 201
Go to https://sites.google.com/site/tmhillis4lahc/ for class information                                       3205 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm                       TTh M.C. NUNEZ          NEA 107
7647 lec         3:10 hrs/wk TBA-                            T.M. HILLIS                    INTERNET           3206 lec 7:05 - 9:35pm                       MW M. BARRIO DE MENDOZA NEA 109
Go to https://sites.google.com/site/tmhillis4lahc/ for class information
                                                                                                               SPANISH 012                                                                                   3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                               CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN LITERATURE (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                               This course includes a presentation of several Mexican and Chicano
                                                                                                               novels, short stories and biographies in English with emphasis on
                                                                                                               the 20th century. Students will read the texts in English. Lecture
                                                                                                               is also in English.
                                                                                                               0271 lec          11:10 - 12:35pm MW                            W. HERNANDEZ                       NEA 107




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SPANISH 036                                                                          5.00 UNITS          SPEECH 121                                      3.00 UNITS
SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS II (UC:CSU)                                                                 THE PROCESS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Spanish 35 with a grade of “C” or                                            This course provides analysis of, and practice in, non platform
better.                                                                                                  speaking which takes place when people interact. Course will provide
This course is a continuation of Spanish 35. Completes the study                                         understanding and awareness of the principles of communication.
of grammar and continues the development of reading and writing                                          0292 lec 9:35 - 11:00am         MW         K.L. CAMPBELL             DS 102
skills. Further study of Spanish and Latin American culture and                                          0293 lec 9:35 - 11:00am         TTh        K.L. CAMPBELL             DS 102
civilization.
                                                                                                         0294 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm        MW         K.L. CAMPBELL             DS 102
0272 lec         8:00 - 10:30am          MW               W. HERNANDEZ                    NEA 107
                                                                                                         0295 lec 11:10 - 12:35pm        TTh        K.L. CAMPBELL             DS 102
SPANISH 101                                                                          1.00 UNITS          0296 lec 12:45 - 2:10pm         MW         K.L. CAMPBELL             DS 102
SPANISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)                                                                0300 lec 1:10 - 2:35pm          TTh        L.K. KRUEGER             LRC 207
Concurrent enrollment in Spanish class is required.                                                      EVENING CLASSES
An independent course in which students improve their reading,                                           3215 lec 6:55 -10:05pm        M            G.L. ROBERTSON            DS 104
writing, speaking and comprehension skills by use of audio materials.                                    3216 lec 6:55 -10:05pm        T            M.J. OATES                DS 102
Students must complete 36 hours for credit.
                                                                                                         3217 lec 6:55 -10:05pm        W            M.J. OATES                DS 102
****     lab    2:05 hrs/wk TBA -                         C. CARRILLO                     LAC 109
                                                                                                         3165 lec 6:30 - 9:20pm        MW           D.B. RAY                   T 107
                                                                                                         Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

                                     SPEECH                                                              4903 lec
                                                                                                         &    lec
                                                                                                                     7:55 -10:00pm T
                                                                                                                     2:05 hrs/wk TBA-
                                                                                                                                                  D.O SHAUGHNESSY
                                                                                                                                                  D.O SHAUGHNESSY
                                                                                                                                                                              MU 101
                                                                                                                                                                              MU 101
                                                                                                         &    lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-             D.O SHAUGHNESSY             MU 101
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu                                               PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/7/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
                                                                                                         4934 lec    7:55 -10:00pm Th             D.O SHAUGHNESSY            NEA 118
SPEECH 014                                                                           4.00 UNITS          &    lec    2:05 hrs/wk TBA-             D.O SHAUGHNESSY            NEA 118
RADIO AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION (CSU) (RPT 3)                                                            &    lec    2:25 hrs/wk TBA-             D.O SHAUGHNESSY            NEA 118
This course offers practical training in multimedia production. Special
emphasis is placed on broadcast communications, newscasting, on                                          PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
camera performance, storyboarding, editing, light principles, audio
and other multimedia communication skills.                                                               SPEECH 151                                                      3.00 UNITS
0298 lec        11:10 - 1:00pm           TTh              L.K. KRUEGER                    LRC 207        SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU)
                                                                                                         A lecture/activity/discussion course which provides an analysis of
                                                                                                         the purposes, principles, and types of group processes. Development
SPEECH 101                                                                           3.00 UNITS          of individual skills in leadership, problem solving, and collaborative
ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU)                                                                            learning is achieved by responsible group participation.
The purpose of this course is to train the student in critical thinking,
research, and the organization of ideas presented in discussion                                          0284 lec    11:10 - 12:35pm MW             D.D. NAGANO               DS 104
a n d o r i g i n a l s p e e c h e s . To a c c o m p l i s h t h i s p u r p o s e , s t u d e n t s
receive instruction and practical experience in audience analysis
and adaptation, critical listening and evaluation. The entire course
is designed to emphasize personal growth through effective oral
                                                                                                                               STATISTICS
communication. Public speaking is especially recommended for
students who plan to enter the fields of salesmanship, law, teaching,                              See Additional Class Offerings on Page 125 of the Web Schedule
or the ministry. It is a valuable part of leadership training.                                        STATISTICS 001                                       3.00 UNITS
0182     lec     9:35 - 11:00am          MW               D.D. NAGANO                       DS 104    ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (UC:CSU)
0281     lec     8:00 - 9:25am           MW               D.D. NAGANO                      DS 104        Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 123C or higher or
0282     lec    11:10 - 12:35pm          MW               J. ANDERSON                     NEA 217        equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.
0283     lec     9:35 - 11:00am          TTh              D.D. NAGANO                      DS 104        0142 lec 11:10 - 12:25pm MW                E. REIGADAS             NEA 126
0285     lec    11:10 - 12:35pm          TTh              D.D. NAGANO                      DS 104        To enroll in section 0142, students must have instructor’s approval to verify
0286     lec    12:45 - 2:10pm           MW               J. ANDERSON                     NEA 217        prerequisite. Contact Dr. Reigadas at 310-233-4581 or by appointment.
0297     lec     8:00 - 11:10am          F                G.L. ROBERTSON                  NEA 219        4907 lec 7:55 -10:00pm T                   N.J. MELUCCI            NEA 226
0291     lec     1:00 - 3:50pm           TTh              M. SHANNON                      NEA 217        &     lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                 N.J. MELUCCI            NEA 226
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                                        &     lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                 N.J. MELUCCI            NEA 226
EVENING CLASSES                                                                                          PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)***
3210 lec 3:30 - 6:40pm W                                  K.L. CAMPBELL                   DS 102

                                                                                                                    S U P E R VI S E D L E A R N I N G
3213 lec 6:55 -10:05pm Th                                 M. SHANNON                     NEA 217
OUTREACH CLASS
6055 lec 3:15 - 5:20pm MW                                 D.RAY BoysGirlsClub SanPedro
Outreach Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)                                                           ASSISTANCE
SATURDAY CLASS
7036 lec 8:00 - 11:10am S                                 R. HUETE                        NEA 217        Division Chair: Brad Young, (310) 233-4065, youngbj@lahc.edu
                                                                                                         Questions: Sally Fasteau, (310) 233-4240,fasteaus@lahc.edu
SPEECH 104                                                                           3.00 UNITS
ARGUMENTATION (UC:CSU)                                                                                   SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE 001T                             0.00 UNITS
This course trains students in the theory and practice of managing
argumentative communication in both private and public situations.                                       SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE (NDA) (RPT 9)
                                                                                                         In this course, students will receive tutoring in a designated subject
0289 lec         9:35 - 11:00am          TTh              L.K. KRUEGER                    LRC 207        area(s) using course textbook(s) and other related materials.
                                                                                                         Cumulative progress and positive attendance records will be
                                                                                                         maintained for this non-credit, open entry/exit course. No tuition will
***To enroll in section 4907 Statistics 001, students must schedule an                                   be charged, nor will grades be received for enrollment in this course.
                                                                                                         This course will not appear on the student transcript.
appointment with Mr. King Carter for admission into class 310-233-4526
                                                                                                         **** lec    22:00 hrs/wk TBA-              S.S. FASTEAU             LAC 114
or carterke@lahc.edu
                                                                                                         8960 lec    22:15 hrs/wk TBA-              D. TULL                  CAF 108
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                                                                              THEATER 275                                                  2.00 UNITS
                  SUPERVISION                                                 SCENE STUDY (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
                                                                              Prerequisite: Theater 270 or equivalent.
Division Chair: Stanley Sandell, (310) 233-4177, sandelsc@lahc.edu            Students have a chance to plan, rehearse, stage and produce projects
                                                                              in a repertory theater atmosphere.
                                                                              0455 lab    11:10 - 12:35pm MW           J. BAEZ                   DS 107
SUPERVISION 001                                              3.00 UNITS
ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION (CSU)
This course covers the development of the many supervisory skills             THEATER 292                                                  2.00 UNITS
required of the first-line supervisor. This class is offered once a year.     REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCES (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
INTERNET CLASS                                                                This course affords the student the opportunity to customized their
                                                                              involvement in a theatrical production, based on their individual
7610 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA-              R.M. MCGINNESS         INTERNET        interest and skill level.
Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.                       1655 lab    21:20 hrs/wk TBA-            L. HEIMGARTNER            DS 107
                                                                              Short Term Class (9 Week Class - Starts 2/8/2012, Ends 4/5/2012)

                    T ELEVISION
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu
TELEVISION 046                                               3.00 UNITS
TELEVISION PRODUCTION (CSU)
This course offers the student a hands-on experience in television
production. Students who take this course will learn the operation and
maintenance of TV studio equipment including cameras, switchers,
lighting, and microphones. Students will also learn operational and
organizational procedures related to the production of television
programming.                                                                                                GELES COU
0312 lec    1:00 - 2:00pm       MW       W.J. MICKELSON         LRC 207                                AN                     NT
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&    lab    2:05 - 3:05pm       MW       W.J. MICKELSON         LRC 207                        O




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TELEVISION 049                                               3.00 UNITS
TV PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (RPT 1)
0321 lec    1:30 - 2:00pm       MW       W.J. MICKELSON         LRC 207                      SH




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&    lab    2:00 - 4:05pm       MW       W.J. MICKELSON         LRC 207                          ER
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                             -see also Cinema
                                                                                     LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
Division Chair: Mark Wood, (310) 233-4425, woodmd@lahc.edu
Department Chair: Juan Baez, (310) 233-4427, baezjrj@lahc.edu
THEATER 100                                                  3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER (UC:CSU)
A lecture course designed to provide the beginning student with a
general knowledge of theater, television and motion pictures and
their influences on modern society.
0450 lec    8:00 - 9:25am       MW       J. BAEZ                 MU 101

THEATER 200                                                  3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO ACTING (UC:CSU)                                                                  OPEN       24 HOURS
Gain an appreciation of the work of the actor, and develop greater                                       A DAY
confidence in the projection of one’s personality.
                                                                                                   including holidays.
0452 lec    9:35 - 11:00am      MW       J. BAEZ                     DS 107
                                                                                         Located on Figueroa Place in the P.E. &
THEATER 232                                                  2.00 UNITS                            Wellness Center
PLAY PRODUCTION (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
Training and practice are given in all phases of mounting plays for                         Phone: 310-233-4600
stage and television.
0457 lab    18:00 hrs/wk TBA-            J. BAEZ                     DS 107
Late Start Class (6 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 5/25/2012)                   FOR EMERGENCY ONLY Twenty emergency call
                                                                                               boxes are located on the campus.
THEATER 270                                                  3.00 UNITS
BEGINNING ACTING (UC:CSU)                                                                              ESCORT SERVICE
Learn techniques and skills for solving acting problems, and acquire
fundamental knowledge of the acting process which can then be                                       Available Upon Request
tested through the rehearsal and performance of scenes.                             8:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m Sat.
0454 lec    11:10 - 12:35pm MW           J. BAEZ                     DS 107

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 Professor Josefina Oregel Culton | (310) 745-4243 | drculton@hotmail.com | www.interedstudy.org
Education Changes Everything...
www.lahc.edu                                                                      College Information               87
ONLINE CLASSES
Online classes are taken exclusively over the internet, there are no on-campus meetings. However, books are required and some tests may be proctored on campus.

ACCOUNTING 001                                                  5.00 UNITS        BUSINESS 005                                                    3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU)                                                BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU)
7613 lec    5:20 hrs/wk TBA -              D.M. CHING            INTERNET         7609 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.W. WICKERS          INTERNET
Contact chingdm@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for               Contact rod@wickerslaw.com as soon as you register.
additional information on this class.
7627 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              F.K. HO               INTERNET         BUSINESS 032                                                    3.00 UNITS
Contact hofk@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                    BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU)
                                                                                  7635 lec     4:50 hrs/wk TBA -              J.L. LAURIN           INTERNET
ACCOUNTING 002                                                  5.00 UNITS        Contact mrslaurin@msn.com as soon as you register.
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU)
7614 lec    5:20 hrs/wk TBA -              D.M. CHING            INTERNET         BUSINESS 038                                                    3.00 UNITS
Contact chingdm@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for               BUSINESS COMPUTATIONS (CSU)
additional information on this class.                                             7668 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              C.L. DAVIS            INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
ACCOUNTING 011                                                  3.00 UNITS
COST ACCOUNTING (CSU)                                                             COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 001                   3.00 UNITS
7602 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L.D. WOLFF            INTERNET         PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (UC:CSU)
Contact wolffld@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                  7617 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              E.E. AMEH             INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact esem.ameh@gmail.com as soon as you register. See PACE page
ACCOUNTING 015                                                  3.00 UNITS        for more information.
TAX ACCOUNTING I (CSU)                                                            7669 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              C.L. DAVIS            INTERNET
7604 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              W.K. HOFFMAN          INTERNET         Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
Contact Wendy.W.Hoffman@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                  COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 023                                 1.00 UNITS
ACCOUNTING 016                                                  3.00 UNITS        PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
TAX ACCOUNTING II (CSU)                                                           7618 lab     2:05 hrs/wk TBA -              E.E. AMEH             INTERNET
7653 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              W.K. HOFFMAN          INTERNET         Contact esem.ameh@gmail.com as soon as you register. See PACE page
Contact Wendy.W.Hoffman@gmail.com as soon as you register.                        for more information.
                                                                                  7678 lab     2:05 hrs/wk TBA -              C.L. DAVIS            INTERNET
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001                      3.00 UNITS                     Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (UC:CSU)
7680 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.G. HYDE             INTERNET         COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 024                                2.00 UNITS
Contact hydea@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                   ACCOUNTING ON MICROCOMPUTERS (CSU)
                                                                                  7679 lec     1:05 hrs/wk TBA -              C.L. DAVIS            INTERNET
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003                                   3.00 UNITS        &    lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              C.L. DAVIS            INTERNET
LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (CSU)                                                   Contact daviscl@live.com as soon as you register.
7688 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.C. KINRADE          INTERNET
Contact kinradmc@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 053                      1.00 UNITS
                                                                                  PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (CSU) (RPT 3)
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006                                   3.00 UNITS        7633 lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L.M. LANE             INTERNET
PATROL PROCEDURES (CSU)                                                           Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
7612 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.G. HYDE             INTERNET
Contact hydea@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                   COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 058       3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  COMPUTER LITERACY FOR THE LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT (UC:CSU)
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 008                                   3.00 UNITS        7649 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L.M. LANE             INTERNET
JUVENILE PROCEDURES (CSU)                                                         Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
7634 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.C. KINRADE          INTERNET
Contact kinradmc@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 340                     3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  PROGRAMMING IN C++ (UC:CSU)
ART 101                                                         3.00 UNITS        7637 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L.M. LANE             INTERNET
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC:CSU)                                                  &    lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.J. CHASTEK          INTERNET
7648 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              G.D. JACOBS           INTERNET         Contact loralane@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
Contact gailjacobs.101@gmail.com as soon as you register.
7664 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              C.R. FIDDLER          INTERNET         ECONOMICS 001                                                   3.00 UNITS
Contact birdman7@mac.com as soon as you register.                                 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (UC:CSU)
                                                                                  7683 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              F. CHAN               INTERNET
ART 103                                                         3.00 UNITS        Contact chanf@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for more
ART APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU)                                                       information on this class.
7642 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.A. FREEDMAN         INTERNET
Contact freedmja@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                             ECONOMICS 002                                                   3.00 UNITS
7665 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.A. FREEDMAN         INTERNET         PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (UC:CSU)
Contact freedmja@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                             7689 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              F. CHAN               INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact chanf@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for more
BUSINESS 001                                                    3.00 UNITS        information on this class.
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU)
7606 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.M. MCGINNESS        INTERNET         ENGLISH 028                                                     3.00 UNITS
Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.                           INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION
                                                                                  7658 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              D.M. HUMPHREYS INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact DMHumphreys55@yahoo.com as soon as you register.


  88       Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                             LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ONLINE CLASSES
Online classes are taken exclusively over the internet, there are no on-campus meetings. However, books are required and some tests may be proctored on campus.

ENGLISH 101                                                     3.00 UNITS        HEALTH 011                                                      3.00 UNITS
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU)                                        PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU)
7620 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.R. CORBALLY         INTERNET         7656 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              P.F. BROWN           INTERNET
Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.                             Contact brownpf@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
7631 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              K.J. STODDART         INTERNET         7657 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              P.F. BROWN           INTERNET
Contact stoddakj@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                Contact brownpf@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                                  7662 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L. PANDEY            INTERNET
ENGLISH 102                                                     3.00 UNITS        Contact laxpandey@gmail.com as soon as you register.
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU)                                       7690 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              L. PANDEY            INTERNET
7622 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.L. WARREN           INTERNET         Contact laxpandey@gmail.com as soon as you register.
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.
                                                                                  HISTORY 001                                                     3.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 203                                                     3.00 UNITS        INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU)
WORLD LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)                                                       7699 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              W.J. DIAZ BROWN INTERNET
7624 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.R. CORBALLY         INTERNET         Contact diazbrwj@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                  HISTORY 002                                                     3.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 204                                                     3.00 UNITS        INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU)
WORLD LITERATURE II (UC:CSU)                                                      7639 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              B.L. BIRD            INTERNET
7625 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.R. CORBALLY         INTERNET         Contact birdbl@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Contact jrcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                  HISTORY 012                                          3.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 205                                                     3.00 UNITS        POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)
ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)                                                     7681 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              S. NGUYEN            INTERNET
7626 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.L. WARREN           INTERNET         Contact nguyens@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.                            7691 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              S. NGUYEN            INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact nguyens@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
ENGLISH 207                                                     3.00 UNITS
AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)                                                    HISTORY 052                                         3.00 UNITS
7652 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.L. WARREN           INTERNET         THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. (UC:CSU)
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.                            7643 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.E. JOINER          INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
ENGLISH 214                                                     3.00 UNITS        7692 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.E. JOINER          INTERNET
CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE (UC:CSU)                                                  Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
7628 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.L. WARREN           INTERNET
Contact annw708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.                            HISTORY 082                                         3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  A HISTORY OF WORKING PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)
ENGLISH 218                                                     3.00 UNITS        7646 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.E. JOINER          INTERNET
CHILDREN’S LITERATURE (CSU)                                                       Contact joinere@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
7659 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.R. CORBALLY         INTERNET
Contact jcorbally@gmail.com as soon as you register.                              HUMANITIES 001                                     3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU)
ENGLISH 239                                                     3.00 UNITS        7651 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              D.L. MCINTYRE        INTERNET
WOMEN IN LITERATURE (UC:CSU)                                                      Contact donmcintyre@gmail.com as soon as you register.
7629 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              A.L. WARREN           INTERNET
Contact annm708@earthlink.net as soon as you register.                            LIBRARY SCIENCE 101                                             1.00 UNITS
                                                                                  LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (UC:CSU)
FINANCE 008                                                     3.00 UNITS        7638 lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA -              I.A. DESSOUKY        INTERNET
PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS (CSU)                                            Short term class. Contact dessouia@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
7682 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              G. KOLAROV            INTERNET         (8 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/31/2012)
Contact kolarog@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
                                                                                  LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                             1.00 UNITS
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 201                                             3.00 UNITS        INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS (CSU)
FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION (CSU)                                                7644 lec     2:05 hrs/wk TBA -              I.A. DESSOUKY        INTERNET
7663 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.O. SHACKELFORDINTERNET               Short term class. Contact dessouia@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Contact rshacke@yahoo.com as soon as you register.                                (11 Week Class - Starts 3/26/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

FIRE TECHNOLOGY 205                                             3.00 UNITS        MANAGEMENT 013                                                  3.00 UNITS
FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION (CSU)                                                SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP (CSU)
7687 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.O. SHACKELFORDINTERNET               7607 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R. BALTAZAR          INTERNET
Contact rshacke@yahoo.com as soon as you register.                                Contact RamonBaltazar@charter.net as soon as you register.

FIRE TECHNOLOGY 210                                             3.00 UNITS        MANAGEMENT 033                                                  3.00 UNITS
FIRE COMPANY ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURE (CSU)                                     PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (CSU)
7616 lec    5:50 hrs/wk TBA -              D.P. COFFMAN          INTERNET         7693 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              J.L. LAURIN          INTERNET
Contact coffmadp@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See PACE page for              Contact mslaurin@msn.com as soon as you register.
more information.




www.lahc.edu                                                                                                                  Course Offerings 89
ONLINE CLASSES
Online classes are taken exclusively over the internet, there are no on-campus meetings. However, books are required and some tests may be proctored on campus.

 MARKETING 021                                                   3.00 UNITS       POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                                           3.00 UNITS
 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (CSU)                                                    THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU)
 7630 lec     3:30 hrs/wk TBA -              R.M. MCGINNESS        INTERNET       7619 lec    4:15 hrs/wk TBA -              S.C. HEFFNER          INTERNET
 Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.                          Contact Heffneredu@Charter.net as soon as you register.
                                                                                  7684 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              S.C. HEFFNER          INTERNET
 MARKETING 031                                                   3.00 UNITS       Contact Heffneredu@Charter.net as soon as you register.
 RETAIL MERCHANDISING (CSU)                                                       7686 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              S. KHOROOSHI          INTERNET
 7650 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R. BALTAZAR           INTERNET       Contact skhorooshi@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
 Contact RamonBaltazar@charter.net as soon as you register.
                                                                                  POLITICAL SCIENCE 002                                           3.00 UNITS
 MATHEMATICS 123C                                                4.00 UNITS       MODERN WORLD GOVERNMENTS (UC:CSU)
 ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA III                                          7654 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.M. HILLIS           INTERNET
 7655 lec     4:20 hrs/wk TBA -              F. SADDIGH            INTERNET       Contact hillist@lahc.edu as soon as register.
 Contact fsaddigh@socal.rr.com as soon as you register. See regular listing
 for important information regarding this class.                                  PSYCHOLOGY 001                                                  3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU)
 MATHEMATICS 227                                                 4.00 UNITS       7600 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          J.K. THOMAS SPIEGEL INTERNET
 STATISTICS (UC:CSU)                                                              Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
 7697 lec     4:15 hrs/wk TBA -              F. SADDIGH            INTERNET
 Contact fsaddigh@socal.rr.com as soon as you register. See regular listing       7645 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              D.M. ORME             INTERNET
 for important information regarding this class.                                  Contact dorme@hotmail.com as soon as you register.

 MUSIC 101        3.00 UNITS                                                      PSYCHOLOGY 014                                                  3.00 UNITS
 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (UC:CSU)                                                   ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU)
 7640 lec     3:30 hrs/wk TBA -              M.J. HISCOCKS         INTERNET       7632 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          J.K. THOMAS SPIEGEL INTERNET
 Contact mus101@mac.com as soon as you register.                                  Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.

 MUSIC 111                                                       3.00 UNITS       PSYCHOLOGY 041                                      3.00 UNITS
 MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU)                                                    LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE (UC:CSU)
 7641 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              M.J. HISCOCKS         INTERNET       7603 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -        J.K. THOMAS SPIEGEL         INTERNET
 Contact mus111@mac.com as soon as you register.                                  Contact itspsych@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
 7667 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              D.B. KELLER           INTERNET
 Contact kellerd@lahc.edu as soon as you register.                                REAL ESTATE 001                                                 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES (CSU)
 NURSING 329A                                                     1.00 UNITS      7605 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              K.R. GUNDERSON INTERNET
 ROLE TRANSITION LVN TO RN (CSU)                                                  Contact instructorre@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
 7660 lec     3:20 hrs/wk TBA -              K.S. YACHECHAK        INTERNET
 Contact instructor yachecks@lahc.edu upon enrollment. See regular                REAL ESTATE 003                                                 3.00 UNITS
 listing for important information regarding this class.                          REAL ESTATE PRACTICES (CSU)
                                                                                  7608 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              K.R. GUNDERSON INTERNET
 NURSING 329B                                                     1.00 UNITS      Contact instructorre@yahoo.com as soon as you register.
 ROLE TRANSITION LVN TO RN (CSU)
 7661 lec     3:20 hrs/wk TBA -              K.S. YACHECHAK        INTERNET       REAL ESTATE 005                                                 3.00 UNITS
 Contact instructor yachecks@lahc.edu upon enrollment. See regular                LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I (CSU)
 listing for important information regarding this class.                          7694 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              C.W. KIRNBAUER        INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact kirnbacw@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 017                                         1.00 UNITS
 COLLEGE SURVIVAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU)                                     REAL ESTATE 007                                                 3.00 UNITS
 7671 lec     2:20 hrs/wk TBA -              E.H. COLOCHO          INTERNET       REAL ESTATE FINANCE I (CSU)
 Contact instructor at yoni0017@hotmail.com as soon as you register.              7696 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.P. MARICICH         INTERNET
 (16 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2012, Ends 3/23/2012)                                Contact maricir@lahc.edu as soon as you register.

 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020                             3.00 UNITS                  SOCIOLOGY 001                                                   3.00 UNITS
 POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING (UC:CSU)                  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
 7621 lec     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              E.H. COLOCHO          INTERNET       7601 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.K. RICHARDS         INTERNET
 Contact yoni.01@hotmail.com as soon as you register.                             Contact richards907@hotmail.com as soon as you register.
                                                                                  7636 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.M. HILLIS           INTERNET
 PHILOSOPHY 020                                                  3.00 UNITS       Contact hillist@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
 ETHICS (UC:CSU)                                                                  7647 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              T.M. HILLIS           INTERNET
 7674 lec     2:50 hrs/wk TBA -              S. BENNET             INTERNET       Contact hillist@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
 Contact bennetse@lahc.edu as soon as you register. See regular listing for
 important information regarding this class.                                      SUPERVISION 001                                                 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                  ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION (CSU)
                                                                                  7610 lec    3:10 hrs/wk TBA -              R.M. MCGINNESS        INTERNET
                                                                                  Contact dr.mcginness@gmail.com as soon as you register.


Education Changes Everything...
 90        Spring 2012 Course Offerings                                                                             LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
HYBRID CLASSES
Hybrid Courses are scheduled to meet both on-campus and online, think of them as traditional face-to-face courses where some of the on-campus class
meetings are replaced with online assignments.

BIOLOGY 003                                                4.00 UNITS       COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 030              3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC:CSU)                                            OFFICE PROCEDURES (CSU)
7552   lec   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        A.T. ESCANDON       INTERNET        7508 lec   4:30 - 6:40pm M              E. LINARES              T 210
&      lab    8:00 - 11:10am    T       B.W. SHUE              SCI 107      &    lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA -            E. LINARES          INTERNET
7553   lec   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        A.T. ESCANDON       INTERNET
&      lab    1:05 - 4:15pm     T       A.T. ESCANDON          SCI 107      100COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082 3.00 UNITS
7554   lec   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        A.T. ESCANDON       INTERNET        MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE (CSU)
&      lab    6:55 - 10:05pm     W      T.W. GUINN             SCI 107      7509 lec   6:50 - 9:15pm     Th         D.L. PRESLEY            T 210
                                                                            &    lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA -            D.L. PRESLEY        INTERNET
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001              3.00 UNITS
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I (CSU)                                                COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 084   3.00 UNITS
7500   lec   8:00 - 9:25am     MW       J.H. HEFFRON            T 210       MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: WORD PROCESSING (CSU)
&      lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        J.H. HEFFRON        INTERNET        (RPT 2)
7501   lec   2:00 - 3:40pm      T Th    E. LINARES              T 210       7511 lec   8:00 - 10:05am T             A.D. HALL               T 210
&      lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        E. LINARES          INTERNET        &    lab   3:50 hrs/wk TBA -            A.D. HALL           INTERNET

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 002              3.00 UNITS       COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 085    3.00 UNITS
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II (CSU)                                               MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET (CSU)
7502   lec   8:00 - 9:25am     MW       J.H. HEFFRON            T 210       7512 lec   1:50 - 4:20pm M              E. LINARES              T 210
&      lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        J.H. HEFFRON        INTERNET        &    lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA -            E. LINARES          INTERNET
7503   lec   2:00 - 3:30pm      T Th    E. LINARES              T 210
&      lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA   -        E. LINARES          INTERNET        COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 086     3.00 UNITS
                                                                            MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: DATABASE (CSU) (RPT 1)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 007              3.00 UNITS       7513 lec   6:50 - 9:15pm M              D.L. PRESLEY            T 210
MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION                                                       &    lab   4:15 hrs/wk TBA -            D.L. PRESLEY        INTERNET
7504 lec     10:15 - 11:20am T Th       L.L. UHARRIET           T 210
&    lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          L.L. UHARRIET       INTERNET        COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 110    3.00 UNITS
                                                                            MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: PRESENTATION DESIGN
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 021              5.00 UNITS       (CSU) (RPT 1)
MEDICAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES I                                            7514 lec   4:50 - 6:50pm     Th         E. LINARES              T 210
7505 lec     10:15 - 11:20am T Th       L.L. UHARRIET           T 210       &    lab   3:10 hrs/wk TBA -            E. LINARES          INTERNET
&    lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          L.L. UHARRIET       INTERNET
                                                                            MATHEMATICS 265                                            5.00 UNITS
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 022              5.00 UNITS       CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU)
MEDICAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES II                                           7570 lec   11:10 - 12:20pm MT Th        F. MA                 NEA 229
7506 lec     10:15 - 11:20am T Th       L.L. UHARRIET           T 210       &    lec   1:50 hrs/wk TBA -            F. MA               INTERNET
&    lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          L.L. UHARRIET       INTERNET
                                                                            MATHEMATICS 266                                            5.00 UNITS
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 023              5.00 UNITS       CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II (UC:CSU)
LEGAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES I                                              7571 lec   11:10 - 12:20pm MT Th        F. SADDIGH            NEA 224
7507 lec     10:15 - 11:20am T Th       L.L. UHARRIET           T 210       &    lec   1:50 hrs/wk TBA -            F. SADDIGH          INTERNET
&    lab     3:10 hrs/wk TBA -          L.L. UHARRIET       INTERNET




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SATURDAY CLASSES
            Prerequisites and Co-requisities will be enforced. For complete course descriptions, see the regular course listing in the schedule..


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 065                             2.00 UNITS
ADULT SUPERVISION/EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTORING (CSU)                                MUSIC 651                                                          2.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Child Development 38 with a grade                    CLASSICAL GUITAR I (UC:CSU)
of “C” or better, one year of teaching experience or a two                       Prerequisite: Completion of Music 650 or equivalent with a
semester C.D. practicum course. Meets the Child Development                      grade of ‘C’ or better.
Matrix requirement.                                                              7052 lec     1:00 - 2:05pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
7001 lec    8:30am - 6:00pm S             STAFF                    SCI 211       &    lab     2:10 - 4:15pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
4 Saturdays ONLY - 2/11, 2/25, 3/3, and 3/17 2012
                                                                                 MUSIC 652                                                          2.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 028                                                    3.00 UNITS        CLASSICAL GUITAR II (UC:CSU)
INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION                                             Prerequisite: Completion of Music 651 with a grade of ‘C’ or
Prerequisite: Completion of English 21 or English 73 with a                      better.
grade of ‘P’ or appropriate score on assessment test.                            7053 lec     1:00 - 2:05pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
7034 lec    8:00 - 11:10am    S           A.A. BOYCE              NEA 205        &    lab     2:10 - 4:15pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107

ENGLISH 101                                                    3.00 UNITS        MUSIC 653                                                          2.00 UNITS
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU)                                       CLASSICAL GUITAR III (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of English 28 or 31 with a “C” or                       Prerequisite: Completion of Music 652 with a grade of ‘C’ or
better or appropriate score on assessment test.                                  better.
7033 lec    8:00 - 11:10am    S           L.A. GAYDOSH            NEA 207        7054 lec     1:00 - 2:05pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
                                                                                 &    lab     2:10 - 4:15pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003A                   6.00 UNITS                   MUSIC 654                                                          2.00 UNITS
COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III: WRITING AND                            CLASSICAL GUITAR IV (UC:CSU)
GRAMMAR                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Music 653 with a grade of ‘C’ or
7035 lec    8:00am - 2:05pm S             B.C. JOHNSON            NEA 209
                                                                                 better.
HISTORY 012                                          3.00 UNITS                  7055 lec     1:00 - 2:05pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)                    &    lab     2:10 - 4:15pm     S            E.J. HIRSCHELMAN          MU 107
7007 lec    8:00 - 11:10am    S           K.J. HITT               NEA 128
                                                                                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 259                                             1.00 UNITS
MATHEMATICS 112                                                3.00 UNITS        GOLF SKILLS (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
PRE-ALGEBRA (NDA)                                                                7082 lab     10:15am - 12:20pm       S      K.A. PLUTCHOK           PE/W 143
7064 lec    8:00 - 11:20am    S           T.S. OEPOMO             NEA 227
                                                                                 PHYSIOLOGY 001L                                                    0.00 UNITS
MATHEMATICS 123A                                               4.00 UNITS        INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
                                                                                 Prerequisite and/or corequisite: Completion of Chemistry 065,
ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I                                            066, 101 or one year of high school chemistry with a grade of
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 112 or equivalent with a grade
                                                                                 “C” or better. Required: Concurrent enrollment in a lecture
of “C” or better.
                                                                                 and a laboratory section.
7065 lec    8:00am - 12:20pm          S   A.E. GILL               NEA 229
                                                                                 7010 lab     12:20 - 3:30pm    S            J.T. THOMAS               SCI 104
MATHEMATICS 123B                                               4.00 UNITS        PHYSIOLOGY 001U                                                    4.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA II                                           INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123A with a grade of “C” or
                                                                                 Prerequisite and/or corequisite: Completion of Chemistry 065,
better.
                                                                                 066, 101 or one year of high school chemistry with a grade of
7066 lec    8:00am - 12:20pm         S    Z. NI                   NEA 225
                                                                                 “C” or better. Required: Concurrent enrollment in a lecture
                                                                                 and a laboratory section.
MATHEMATICS 123C                                               4.00 UNITS        7011 lec     9:00am - 12:10pm        S      J.T. THOMAS               SCI 104
ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA III
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123A & B with a grade of “C”
or better.
                                                                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                                              3.00 UNITS
7067 lec    8:00am - 12:20pm         S    M.A. CAN                NEA 103        THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU)
                                                                                 7005 lec     9:00am - 12:10pm        S      L. ACQUAYE BADDOO NEA 115
MATHEMATICS 227                                                4.00 UNITS        PSYCHOLOGY 041                                      3.00 UNITS
STATISTICS (UC:CSU)                                                              LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Math 123C with a grade of “C” or
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Completion of Psychology 001 with a grade of ‘C’
better.
                                                                                 or better.
7070 lec    8:00am - 12:20pm         S    B. TONG                 NEA 224
                                                                                 7008 lec     9:00am - 12:10pm        S      A.J. SICHAN              NEA 119
MUSIC 650                                                      2.00 UNITS        SPEECH 101                                                         3.00 UNITS
BEGINNING GUITAR (UC:CSU)                                                        ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU)
7051 lec    1:00 - 2:05pm     S           E.J. HIRSCHELMAN         MU 107
                                                                                 7036 lec     8:00 - 11:10am    S            R. HUETE                 NEA 217




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LATE START CLASSES
     Prerequisites and Co-requisities will be enforced. For complete course descriptions, see the regular course listing in the schedule..

ACCOUNTING 022                                                          3.00 UNITS
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II (CSU)                                                       POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                                         3.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting 21 with a letter grade of ‘C’ or better.           THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU)
0898 lec      11:10M - 1:40pm TTh                F.K. HO                          T 214   3550 lec    6:55 - 9:55pm    MW           L. ACQUAYE BADDOONEA 122
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                         Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075                                           3.00 UNITS        POLITICAL SCIENCE 041                                         2.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS (CSU)                                                         PRINCIPLES OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP (CSU) (RPT 1)
3545 lec       3:30 - 6:40pm TTh                 J.S. KRUPA                NEA 123        0748 lec    3:30 - 5:50pm    T            STAFF                     NEA 115
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                         Late Start Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/27/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

ART 103                                                                 3.00 UNITS        PSYCHOLOGY 001                                                3.00 UNITS
ART APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU)                                                               GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU)
0331 lec      12:45 - 3:55pm      TTh            L.F. GREENBERG             NEA 118       0160 lec    1:00 - 3:00pm    TTh          D.A. STEELE               NEA 113
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                         Late Start Class (14 Week Class Starts 2/21/2012, Ends 5/31/2012)
                                                                                          3007 lec    6:55 - 10:05pm MW             T.J. CHAMBERS             NEA 113
HISTORY 011                                          3.00 UNITS                           Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU)                              3011 lec    6:00 - 9:35pm    W            K.M. BROOKS               NEA 125
3520 lec       6:30 - 9:30pm MW                  P.F. LYNN                 NEA 127        Late Start Class (14 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012)
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/11/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
                                                                                          SPEECH 101                                                    3.00 UNITS
HISTORY 012                                          3.00 UNITS                           ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU)
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)                             0291 lec    1:00 - 3:50pm    TTh          M. SHANNON                NEA 217
3535 lec       6:55 - 10:05pm Th                 T. GARVIN                 NEA 128        Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
Section 3535 IS A FULL SEMESTER COURSE                                                    SPEECH 121                                      3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          THE PROCESS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU)
HUMANITIES 017                                                          3.00 UNITS        3165 lec    6:30 - 9:20pm MW              D.B. RAY                    T 107
FILM APPRECIATION (UC:CSU)                                                                Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
0431 lec      2:30 - 5:40pm       TTh            D. O SHAUGHNESSY NEA 125
Late Start Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)                         THEATER 232                                                   2.00 UNITS
                                                                                          PLAY PRODUCTION (UC:CSU) (RPT 3)
LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                                     1.00 UNITS        0457 lab    18:00 hrs/wk TBA -            J. BAEZ                    DS 107
INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS (CSU)                                                           Late Start Class (6 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 5/25/2012)
7644 lec      2:05 hrs/wk TBA -                  I.A. DESSOUKY           INTERNET
Contact dessouia@lahc.edu as soon as you register.
Late Start Class (11 Week Class - Starts 3/26/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

NURSING 329B                                                            1.00 UNITS
ROLE TRANSITION LVN TO RN (CSU)
Prerequisites: Completion of Nursing 329A. Current LVN license or experience in
Nursing permitting advanced placement in nursing program. Concurrent enroll-
ment in Nursing 311 recommended.
7661 lec      3:20 hrs/wk TBA -                  K.S. YACHECHAK          INTERNET
Contact instructor yachecks@lahc.edu upon enrollment. (
Late Start Class (7 Week Class - Starts 3/28/2012, Ends 5/9/2012)

NURSING 399B                                       2.00 UNITS
CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT/CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDE
0601 lec      7:00 - 3:30pm       F              C.G. SCHWARTZMAN NU 133
&    lab      7:00 - 3:30pm       SU             C.L. ALLMOND    SUNR ASL
Late Start Class (3 Week Class - Starts 4/20/2012, Ends 5/6/2012)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 017                                                1.00 UNITS
COLLEGE SURVIVAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU)
3002 lec       5:00 - 6:45pm T                   M.H. MURILLO               NEA 118
Late Start Class (9 Week Class - Starts 3/20/2012, Ends 5/22/2012)

                                                                                                           For important dates,
                                                                                                       see the Academic Calendar
                                                                                                            on the inside cover.


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OUTREACH CLASSES
       Short term classes offered at area high schools. For complete course descriptions, see the regular course listing in the schedule.

           BA N NING H IG H SC HO O L                                                 GA RD ENA HIG H SC HOOL
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 074                          4.00 UNITS                ART 102                                                  3.00 UNITS
A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION/INTRO TO COMPUTER REPAIR I (RPT               SURVEY OF ART HISTORY II (UC:CSU)
3)                                                                         6062 lec    3:15 - 5:35pm   MW          T.G. LYCHKOFF        GHS F7
6042 lec     3:00 - 5:05pm    MTW       C.G. NGUYEN              BHS       14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012
13 Week Class Starts 2/20/2012, Ends 5/23/2012
                                                                           PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020                          3.00 UNITS
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 185                          1.00 UNITS                POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING
DIRECTED STUDY-COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CSU) (RPT 2)                           (UC:CSU)
6043 lec     3:00 - 4:05pm    Th        C.G. NGUYEN              BHS       6064 lec    3:15 - 4:40pm   MW          J.A. MYERS               GHS
12 Week Class Starts 2/23/2012, Ends 5/24/2012                             14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 285                                   2.00 UNITS       PSYCHOLOGY 001                                           3.00 UNITS
DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CSU)                                 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU)
                                                                           6063 lec    3:15 - 5:35pm   MW          J.L. WATKINS         GHS F5
6044 lec     3:00 - 5:10pm    Th        C.G. NGUYEN              BHS
                                                                           14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012
12 Week Class Starts 2/23/2012, Ends 5/24/2012

GEOGRAPHY 002                                             3.00 UNITS                  NA RBONNE HIG H SCHOOL
CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU)
6035 lec     3:00 - 5:05pm   MW         STAFF                    BHS       PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020                          3.00 UNITS
13 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012                             POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING
                                                                           (UC:CSU)
MUSIC 101                                                 3.00 UNITS       6015 lec    3:15 - 5:20pm   MW          E. JACKSON               NHS
FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (UC:CSU)                                             14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012
6033 lec     3:00 - 5pm      MW         J.F. SITTERLY BHS F129
13 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/23/2012
                                                                                      SA N P E DRO HIG H SCHOOL
                                                                           BUSINESS 001                                             3.00 UNITS
             CA RS O N H IG H S C HO O L                                   INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU)
                                                                           6054 lec    3:15 - 5:20pm   MW          R. BALTAZAR SPHS 124
HEALTH 011                                                3.00 UNITS       14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU)
6024 lec     3:15 - 5:15pm   MW         B.W. ALCOCER             CHS       SPEECH 101                                               3.00 UNITS
14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012                             ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU)
                                                                           6055 lec    3:15 - 5:20pm   MW          STAFF                    SPHS
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020                          3.00 UNITS               14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING
(UC:CSU)
6037 lec     3:15 - 5:05pm   MW         Y. ANANG KOLETTY CHS                           P ORT OF LOS A NGELES
14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012                                             HIG H SCHOOL
POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                                     3.00 UNITS       INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 001                               3.00 UNITS
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU)                               INTERNATIONAL TRADE (CSU)
6018 lec     3:15 - 5:15pm   MW         F.G. AQUINO              CHS       6000 lec    3:15 - 5:05pm   T Th        S.S. KELLEHER POLA HS
14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012                             13 Week Class Starts 2/21/2012, Ends 5/24/2012


                   HO USE O F HO P E                                          BOYS & G IRLS CLU B SAN P E D RO
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 017                                  1.00 UNITS       SPEECH 101                                               3.00 UNITS
COLLEGE SURVIVAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU)                               ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU)
6085 lec 5:00 - 7:15pm            Th       R.B. BARKER        HOH          6055 lec    3:15 - 5:20pm   MW          STAFF                    SPHS
9 Week Class Starts 3/29/2012, Ends 5/31/2012.                             14 Week Class Starts 2/22/2012, Ends 5/30/2012.


                          PLEASE NOTE: The Outreach Program is a dynamic program. Check the listing on the
                                       web for either cancellations or new offerings posted.

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                     COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND HOTLINES
                           AIDS                                 Drug/Alcohol/Tobacco/Addictions
California Aids Hotline                                    Al-Anon Family Group / Al-ateen
(800) 367-AIDS (2437)                                      (818) 760-7122 24hour central office
Los Angeles Free Clinic                                    Alcoholics Anonymous
(323) 653-1990 appointment line                            (310) 618-1180 South Bay, 24-hour
                                                           Cocaine Anonymous
 Battered Persons/Victims/Adult Abuse                      (310) 216-4444
Domestic Violence Hotline                                  Gambler’s Anonymous
(323) 681-2626                                             (213) 386-8789
(800) 548-2722 bilingual
                                                           Marijuana Anonymous
Info Line/Los Angeles & other human services referrals     (800) 766-6779
(800) 339-6993 24-hour/7days
                                                           National Referral Center
L.A. Commission/Assaults against Women                     (800) 550-0467
(310) 392-8381 hotline                                     For those who need help with alcohol, drug or psychiatric
                                                           referrals.
          Counseling/Mental Health                         Nicotine Anonymous/Southern California
Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health                        (800) 642-0666 24-hour
(310) 390-6612 Culver City
(310) 677-7808 Inglewood & Gardena                                      Emergency Assistance
L.A. County Mental Health                                  Info Line/Los Angeles
(800) 854-7771                                             (800) 339-6993 24-hour
Suicide Prevention Center                                  Multilingual referrals to human services in L.A. County.
(877) 7-CRISIS (27-4747) 24-hour                           WIC Program (Women, Infants, Children)
                                                           (888) 942-2229
    Disabled/Special Ed/Rehabilitation                     (626) 856-6600
                                                           A supplemental food program, serves pregnant and breast-
Access Services Inc.
                                                           feeding women & infants.
(800) 827-0829
Accessible transportation for persons with disabilities.   Harbor Interfaith Shelter
                                                           (310) 831-9123
Western Law Center/Disability Rights
                                                           For homeless families
(213) 736-1031
                                                           Salvation Army/Torrance
California Department of Rehabilitation
                                                           (310) 782-9428
(310) 793-1157
                                                           Food for homeless
                   Family Planning                                           Legal Assistance
Harbor Free Clinic/San Pedro
                                                           Legal Aid Foundation
(310) 547-0202
                                                           (562) 435-3501
Project Cuddle - 88-TO-CUDDLE
                                                           We TIP Crime Hotline
(888) 628-3353 24-hour
                                                           (800) 78-CRIME (3-7283)
Support for pregnant women.
                                                           Callers remain anonymous when reporting major crimes.
Pregnancy Counseling/Helpline
(562) 691-9395 24-hour
South Bay Family Health Care Center
(310) 318-2521




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                                 For more information
                                 Call: 310-233-4450, Web: www.lahc.edu/ext
                                 Or visit Bungelow 16 on campus.

     Business Skills             Careers
     Child Visitation Monitor
                                 Administrative
     Computer Keyboarding
                                  Assistant Training
     Create a Low Cost
       Business Website          Bartending Training
     Investing                    Program
     Mystery Shopping            Makeup Artist
     Notary Education             Training Program
     Private Investigation
                                 Medical Insurance Billing and Coding
     Property Management
     Retirement Planning
                                  Training Program
                                 Photovoltaic Design & Installation

                                 Enroll Early. Space is Limited.



                                Classes and Tutoring for Children
                                in a College Enviroment (K-9th grade)

                                Semi-Private Tutoring in All Basic Skill
                                Saturday Programs Available
                                Summer Childrem Programs begin
                                July 2012
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C OMPUTING F ACILITES G UIDELINES
               INSTRUCTIONS TO LOGIN AND USE OF COMPUTING FACILITIES.




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OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE
Nina Malone, Dean of Student Life                                               policy applies to all students, faculty, administration, staff and visitors.
Compliance Officer
Seahawk Center, 2nd Floor, Office A, (310) 233-4651                               Prohibitions
                                                                                   Smoking or the use of smokeless tobacco products is prohibited
Student Ombudsperson, Sexual Harassment Officer, Affirmative Action                 inside all college facilities and in all vehicles maintained by the college.
Officer, Gender Equity Officer, Americans with Disabilities Compliance              The college also prohibits the use, sale or promotion of all tobacco
Officer, Mediator for Dispute Resolution                                          products in any facility controlled by the college or as part of any college
                                                                                sponsored activity. In addition, the use of any tobacco product by an
   The Office of Compliance is responsible for performing advisory,               athlete, coach or staff member during any athletic event or practice is
investigative, analytical, mediation and training duties related to the         prohibited by the state athletic code.
processing of complaints, grievances and appeals in areas such as equal
employment opportunity, sexual harassment, gender equity, civil rights          Sexual Harassment Policy
practices, accommodation of the disabled and grievance resolution for              The policy of the Los Angeles Community College District is to provide
students, faculty and staff at Harbor College.                                   an educational, employment and business environment free from
  Most complaints, grievances or disciplinary matters should be resolved        unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal
at the campus level. For issues not resolved at the campus level, students      or physical conduct or communications constituting sexual harassment.
may utilize a state administered complaint process [HEA Title IV, CFR,          Employees, students or other persons acting on behalf of the District
Sections 600.9 and 668.4 (3)(b)]. Information about the process and the         who engage in sexual harassment as defined by the District’s policy or
complaint forms can be found at http://californiacommunitycolleges.             by state or federal law shall be subject to discipline, up to and including
                                                                                discharge, expulsion or termination of contract. The specific rules and
cccco.edu/ComplaintsForm.aspx                                                   procedures for reporting charges of sexual harassment and for pursuing
                                                                                available remedies are incorporated in the LACCD Board Rules, Chapter
Drug-Free Workplace Policy                                                      15. The Los Angeles Community College District has a policy which
   In accordance with Section 22 of the Drug-Free Schools and                   provides formal and informal procedures for resolving complaints.
Communities Act of 1989, Los Angeles Harbor College strives to maintain            Copies of the policy and procedures may be obtained from the Sexual
a drug and alcohol free campus for its students and employees. The              Harassment Compliance Officer, Ms. Nina Malone at 233-4651, the
unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, use of, possession            college Advocate for Students, Ms. Yvonne Pueblos at 233-4038, or
by students and college employees of illegal controlled substances or           by calling the Office of the Vice Chancellor of Educational Services at
alcohol in all buildings, property, facilities, service areas, or on District   (213) 891-2279, or the Office of Affirmative Action Programs at (213)
business is prohibited (per Board Rules regarding Standards of Conduct,         891-2315.
Section 9803.19).                                                                  Any member of the College Community, which includes students,
   The College maintains a drug and alcohol free awareness policy to            faculty, and staff, who believes, perceives, or actually experienced
inform students and employees about the dangers and health risks of             conduct that may constitute sexual harassment, has the right to seek
drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace, on the campus and during               the help of the College. Every employee has the responsibility to
college sponsored activities. Students and employees will be informed           report such conduct when it is directed towards students to the Sexual
of the sanctions that will be imposed for policy violations and the             Harassment Compliance Officer. Potential complainants are advised
availability of drug/alcohol counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation          that administrative and civil law remedies, including but not limited to
assistance. This policy statement serves as the annual notification as           injunctions, restraining orders or other orders may be made available.
required by law. All students and employees are required to comply
with this policy as a condition of their continued student status or            College Security and Safety
employment.                                                                       Los Angeles Harbor College prides itself on the safe environment
   Any student or employee violating this policy may be required to             that exists to encourage learning and enrichment for our community.
participate satisfactorily in a substance abuse rehabilitation program,         Students, faculty, staff, and visitors form a partnership in creating and
and/or may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including               maintaining that environment. The College maintains a 24-hour, 7-day a
dismissal, or exclusion under applicable District Policies. In addition,        week campus security facility in the PE Wellness Building, staffed by the
an employee convicted of any workplace drug crime, must notify the              Los Angeles County Sheriffs. Contact number (310) 233-4600. Following
college Personnel Office within five (5) days of conviction.                       are the latest annual crime statistics with comparison years under code
                                                                                20 United States Code 1092 F:
Equal Opportunity Compliance
   L.A. Harbor College is committed to the philosophy of equal                                                       2010    2009       2008        2007
opportunity/equal access in all its employment, educational                     Homicide                             0       0          0           0
programs, and services. Thus, we are firmly committed to a policy of             Arson                                0       0          0           0
nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry,       Rape                                 0       0          1           1
religion, creed, sex, age, handicap, marital status, sexual orientation,        Assault and Battery                  2       1          0           0
or veteran status in our employment or educational programs and                 Robbery                              0       1          0           0
activities. Lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to access     Burglary                             2       9          2           1
and participation in the occupational programs. However, many                   Grand Theft Auto                     3       5          0           3
classes require competency in English. The college will offer assistance
in acquiring English language skills. Inquiries regarding the equal             Liquor law violations ................0      0          0           0
opportunity policies or the filing of grievances may be directed to: Nina        Drug abuse violations ...............0       3          1           3
Malone, 233-4651.                                                               Weapons possessions...............0          0          0           0

Smoke-Free Workplace Policy
  In keeping with the college’s commitment to provide a healthful               This information is published in accordance with the Jeanne Clery
environment and in recognition of the health hazards that exist from            Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
tobacco use and sidestream smoke, the college through its C.P.C. has            (Clery Act). For more information, go to http://www.lahc.edu/sheriff/
adopted the following policy to promote a smoke-free campus. This               crimestats.htm


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GENERAL COLLEGE POLICIES
Mission, Vision and Value Statements                                           Accreditation
  MISSION: Los Angeles Harbor College fosters learning through                   Los Angeles Harbor College is a public two-year college providing
comprehensive programs that meet the educational needs of the                  educational services under the Los Angeles Community College District
community as measured by student success, personal and institutional           Board of Trustees. Los Angeles Harbor College is officially accredited by
                                                                               the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and is fully approved
accountability, and integrity.                                                 under the regulations of the California Community Colleges. The
  VISION: Harbor College provides a stimulating learning environment           University of California and other colleges and universities give full
that prepares members within the community to meet goals and                   credit for appropriate courses completed.
opportunities uccessfully.
 VALUES: Student Success, Excellence, Integrity, A Supportive                  Auditing
Environment, Personal and Institutional Accountability, and                    Students may be permitted to audit a class under the following
Civic Responsibility                                                           conditions:
                                                                               •    Payment of a fee of $15.00 per unit. Students enrolled in ten or
Academic Renewal                                                                    more semester units shall not be charged a fee to audit three or
  Academic renewal consists of eliminating in a student’s cumulative                fewer units per semester.
grade point average a maximum of 18 units of coursework in which the           •    No student auditing a course shall be permitted to change his
student has attained a substandard grade (less than a “C”). A student’s             or her enrollment in order to receive credit for the course.
academic record is annotated, designating those with grades that are           •    Enrollment priority shall be given to students desiring to take the
not to be included in the computation of the grade point average. A                 course for credit.
student may petition to have his or her academic record reviewed for           •    Audit fees are non-refundable.
renewal under the following conditions:                                        •    A student must obtain the instructor’s authorization in writing to
•     The student must have achieved a cumulative grade point average               audit a class.
      of 2.5 in the last 15 semester units, or a 2.0 in the last 30 semester
      units completed at any accredited college or university.                 Classroom Courtesy
•     At least two calendar years must have lapsed from the time the             As approved by the Associated Student Organization and by the
      coursework to be removed was completed.                                  Academic Senate, all cell phones and electronic sound-emitting devices
   Academic renewal does not remove substandard grades from a                  shall be turned off at all times during classes. Cell phones and pagers
student’s transcript. Renewal applies to the student’s grade point             put on vibrate are acceptable, headsets are not.
average for LAHC purposes only. Students transferring to other colleges
and universities still have on their transcript all courses for which          College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
substandard grades were received, unless the course was repeated                 CLEP is a program of the College Entrance Examination Board which
for removal of the grade. Please read the section “Course Repetition           allows adults to earn college credit by examination. To be eligible for
to Remove Substandard Grades.” For course work recently completed              CLEP credit, a student must be enrolled at Harbor College during the
elsewhere, official transcripts must be on file in the Admissions &               semester when credit is granted; have completed a minimum of 12 units
Records office.                                                                  of credit at Harbor College; and have a grade point average of 2.00 or
                                                                               higher. Before a student spends time and money taking CLEP, he or she
Animals                                                                        should make sure that it is acceptable at the institution for the purpose
 Animals are not permitted on campus. However, authorization for the           intended. Most college catalogs contain information about the amount
use of “service dogs,” is available through the Academic Affairs Office,          of CLEP credit that will be accepted. For further information, call 233-
or the Special Programs and Services Office.                                     4229 to see a counselor.

Attendance Policy                                                              Concurrent Enrollment
  The student is expected to attend every meeting of all classes for            Concurrent enrollment in more than one section of the same course is
which he or she is registered. Students who have pre-registered for a          not permitted. Different modules of a single course are not considered to
class and who do not attend the first meeting of the class forfeit their        be the same course. Courses which are designated as equivalent (“same
right for a place in the class. It is recognized that students may have        as”) may not be taken concurrently. Enrolling in classes scheduled or
legitimate reasons for not being able to attend the first and/or second         conducted during overlapping times is not permitted. Violation of these
meeting of a particular class. A student to whom this circumstance             regulations will result in exclusion from a class and denial of course
pertains must notify the instructor in writing, at least one working day       credit in both courses.
in advance of the first class meeting, stating the reasons for the class
absence. It is highly recommended that the written notification be sent         Course Repetition and Activity Repetition
by certified or registered mail so that the student has a record of the          Certain courses in the class schedule may be repeated for additional
notification. The instructor will consider the mitigating circumstances in      unit credit. These courses, marked “RPT” allow the student an expanded
deciding whether or not to drop the student from the class. Whenever a         educational experience. Enrollment in these courses is limited to a
student’s absences exceed the number of hours a class meets per week,          maximum of three repeats, for a total of four (4) enrollments. An
the instructor will consider whether there are mitigating circumstances        activity limitation also applies to courses which are not repeatable in
which justify the absences. It is the student’s responsibility to consult      themselves but for which similar activities exist. For example, there are
with his or her instructor regarding any absences that would alter the         several similar course titles in Art, Music, Theater, and Physical Education
student’s status in the class.                                                 which are considered to be the same activity. A student may enroll four




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times in courses which are considered to be the same activity. Excess         Field Trips
enrollment will result in an administrative drop. Consult a counselor for      Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically
the latest restricted activity enrollment list.                               advised by an LAHC employee or authorized agent, you are responsible
                                                                              for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. LAHC
Course Repetition to Remove Substandard Grades                                assumes no liability or responsibility for the transportation of people
  Students may repeat the same course twice in which substandard              to and from a site by way of a private vehicle that is operated by a non-
grades (less than “C”) were received. Upon completion of the first             authorized agent of the district.
or second course repetition, a student must submit a petition to the
Admissions Office requesting adjustment of the grade point average. The         Modules
highest grade earned will be computed into the cumulated grade point           A parent course is a one-semester course that is divided into modules.
average. The student must file a general petition with the Admissions          Modules exist for the benefit of those students who may not prove
Office for a third repeat of the same course. Upon completing the third         successful in attempting completion of the entire parent course in a
repetition, the grade used in computing the student’s cumulative grade        single semester. A student who receives a passing grade in a module of
point average shall be the highest grade earned, and the student’s record     a course and who, in a later semester, receives a passing grade in the
will be so annotated. The three lowest substandard grades will not be         parent course, will not receive credit for the course modules previously
used in the computation of the grade point average. All grades earned         completed.
are shown on student’s transcripts. (See Withdrawal Limitations on
page 101 for more information)                                                Prerequisites
                                                                               Students who enroll in a course without having fulfilled its prerequisites
Credit by Examination                                                         will not receive credit for the course. A student may not concurrently
A student may petition to take an examination for course credit, in lieu      enroll and receive credit for an advanced course and its prerequisite
of enrolling in and completing the course, if he or she:                      courses unless the concurrent enrollment is specifically permitted in
•     is currently registered in the college, is in good academic standing,   the prerequisites of the advanced course. If the student had already
      is not on academic or progress probation, has a cumulative grade        completed an advanced course, he or she may not subsequently enroll
      point average of 2.0 or higher, and has completed 12 units (within)     in and receive credit for the course’s prerequisites. Violation of these
      the Los Angeles Community College District.                             regulations will result in exclusion from class and denial of course credit.
•     has not completed, nor is in the process of completing a course
      for which he or she is petitioning to obtain credit by examination.     Probation and Dismissal
•     has not completed, nor is in the process of completing a course           Students on probation are advised to see a counselor before
      which is more advanced than the course for which credit is              registration. Students on academic probation who have not maintained
      requested.                                                              at least a “C” (2.0) average in a minimum of 12 units of college work
•     has not previously attempted to petition for credit by examination      attempted, whether at LAHC or another accredited college, are on
      for the same course.                                                    probationary status. Progress probation students will also be placed on
•     is not requesting credit by examination for courses completed in        probation if their total units of “NC” (No Credit), “I” (Incomplete) and/
      high school.                                                            or “W” (Withdrawal) exceed fifty percent (50%) of the total number of
 Students who qualify under these requirements must present evidence          units completed.
to the appropriate Division Chair. Not all courses offered by any one           Students on probation are subject to dismissal if they have earned a
department may qualify for credit by examination. The division in which       grade point average of less than 2.0 in all units attempted in at least
the course is offered will make the final determination on the student’s        three consecutive semesters, or their total units of “NC” (No Credit),
petition for credit by examination. Petitions for credit by examination       “I” (Incomplete), and/or “W” (Withdrawal) exceeds fifty per cent (50%)
shall be processed, and examinations administered, only when a regular        of the total number of units completed in at least three consecutive
semester is in session. Students should contact the Admissions Office for       semesters. Dismissal from one college in the Los Angeles Community
a petition early in the semester. The date and time of the examination        College District shall disqualify a student from admission to any other
are the responsibility of the division and instructors involved. Further      college in the District. See a counselor for more information.
information should be obtained from the Admissions Office or the
appropriate Division Chair.                                                   Skates/Skateboarding and Bicycles
                                                                                Roller skates (inline skates included) and skateboards are prohibited
Credit/No-Credit Option                                                       from use on campus.
 A maximum of 15 units of coursework toward the Associate Degree
may be taken on a credit/no credit basis. A student may elect to take         Short Term Classes
one course per semester on a credit/no-credit basis, in addition to any        Fourteen week and other short term classes are designed for those
courses offered solely for a credit/no-credit grade. A student must notify     students who could benefit from a non-traditional class schedule.
the Admissions Office by the end of the fifth week of the semester if he         Besides the classes offered in the prime morning hours, short term
or she wishes to take a course for a credit/no-credit grade. Beyond this      classes are scheduled in the afternoons, in the evenings, and on
date, all courses are taken for a letter grade. Once the student completes    Saturdays.
the petition for taking a course on the credit/no-credit basis, the grade
received in the course may not be converted back to a letter grade.           Student I.D. Numbers
Satisfactory completion of a course for a credit/no-credit is equivalent      New students will be issued a student ID number at the time of
to the grade “C” or better. Students electing credit/no-credit grading        application. Every student ID will begin with the numbers “88” to make
should be aware that although such grades are not calculated into the         it easy to identify.
grade point average at LAHC, the credit grade may be considered as the
equivalent of a “C” by four-year colleges in considering applicants for       Standards of Student Conduct
admissions. The student should consult a counselor before choosing              A student enrolling in one of the Los Angeles Community Colleges
the credit/no-credit option.                                                  may rightfully expect that the faculty and administrators will maintain
                                                                              an environment in which there is freedom to learn. This requires that
Grade of “Incomplete”                                                         there be appropriate conditions and opportunities in the classroom
  A grade of “I” (Incomplete) must be made up no later than one year          and on the campus.
following the end of the term in which it was assigned. If the Incomplete      As members of the College Community, students should be encouraged
is not made up by the deadline, it will be replaced by a grade determined     to develop the capacity for critical judgment; to engage in sustained and
by the instructor. Any class for which a grade of “I” is recorded may not     independent search for truth; and to exercise their rights to free inquiry
be repeated until the “I” is removed.                                         and free speech in a responsible, non-violent manner.



 100       College Information                                                                                 LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
 Students shall respect and obey civil and criminal law, and shall be          Board Rule 9803.23. Any agreement between two or more persons to
subject to legal penalties for violation of laws of the city, county, state,   perform illegal acts.
and nation.
 Student conduct in all of the Los Angeles Community Colleges must             Board Rule 9803.24. A direct or implied expression of intent to inflict
conform to District and College rules and regulations. Violations of such      physical or mental/emotional harm and/or actions, such as stalking,
rules and regulations, for which students are subject to disciplinary          which a reasonable person would perceive as a threat to personal safety
action, include, but are not limited to the following:                         or property. Threats may include verbal statement, written statements,
                                                                               telephone threats or physical threats.
Board Rule 9803.10. Willful disobedience to directions of College
officials acting in the performance of their duties.                             Board Rule 9803.25. Conduct which may be considered disorderly
                                                                               includes; lewd or indecent attire or behavior that disrupts classes or
Board Rule 9803.11. Violation of College rules and regulations including       college activities; breach of the peace of the college; aiding, or inciting
those concerning student organizations, the use of College facilities,         another person to breach the peace of college premises or functions.
or the time, place, and manner of public expression or distribution of
materials.                                                                     Board Rule 9803.26. Theft or abuse of computer resources including
                                                                               but not limited to: a) Unauthorized entry into a file to use, read, or
Board Rule 9803.12. Dishonesty, such as cheating, or knowingly                 change the contents, or for any other purpose. b) Unauthorized transfer
furnishing false information to the Colleges.                                  of a file. c) Unauthorized use of another individual’s identification and
                                                                               password. d) Use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of a
Board Rule 9803.13. Unauthorized entry to or use of the College                student faculty member or college official, or to alter college or district
facilities.                                                                    records. e) Use of unlicensed software. f) Unauthorized copying of
                                                                               software. g) Use of computing facilities to access, send or engage in
Board Rule 9803.14. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of College documents,       messages which are obscene, threatening, defamatory, present a clear
records or identification.                                                      and present danger, violate a lawful regulation and/or substantially
                                                                               disrupt the orderly operation of a college campus. h) Use of computing
Board Rule 9803.15. Obstruction or disruption of classes, administration,      facilities to interfere with the regular operation of the college or district
disciplinary procedures or authorized College activities.                      computing system.

Board Rule 9803.16. Theft of or damage to property belonging to the            Waiting Lists (also called Stand-by)
College, a member of the College Community or a campus visitor.                  Students appearing on waiting lists are not guaranteed enrollment.
                                                                               Instructors may issue add permits as class size and conditions permit.
Board Rule 9803.17. The malicious or willful disturbance of the peace or
quiet of any of the Los Angeles Community Colleges by loud or unusual
noise or any threat, challenge to fight, fight, or violation of any rules of     Withdrawal Limitations (NEW REGULATION)
conduct as set forth in this Article. Any person whose conduct violates          Effective Summer 2012, course withdrawal (“W”) or a substandard
this section shall be considered to have interfered with the peaceful          grade (“D,” “F,” or “NP”) count as an attempt at a course. Only three
conduct of the activities of the college where such acts are committed.        attempts at any one course will be allowed, with some exceptions.
                                                                               Listed below are the new rules that all students need to know about.
Board Rule 9803.18. Assault or battery, abuse, or any threat of force
or violence directed toward any member of the College Community or             • Students who drop or are excluded after the last day to drop
campus visitor engaged in authorized activities.                               without a grade of “W” will have a “W” appear on their transcript.
                                                                               The “W” will count as an attempt for that course.
Board Rule 9803.19. Any possession of controlled substances which
would constitute a violation of Health and Safety Code section 11350           • A course in a student’s transcript which currently shows a recorded
or Business and Professions Code section 4230, any use of controlled           “W” counts as an attempt for that course.
substances the possession of which are prohibited by the same, or any
possession or use of alcoholic beverages while on any property owned           • Students will not be allowed to register for any course within the
or used by the District or colleges of the District or while participating     LACCD if there are three recorded attempts for that course in any
in any District or college-sponsored function or field trip. “Controlled        combination of W, D, F, or NP grades.
substances,” as used in this section, include but are not limited to the
following drugs and narcotics: opiates, opium and opium derivatives,           • Add permits for a course within the LACCD will not be processed if
mescaline, hallucinogenic substances, peyote, marijuana, stimulants            there are three recorded attempts for that course in any combination
and depressants and cocaine.                                                   of W, D, F, or NP grades.

Board Rule 9803.20. Possession, while on a college campus or at a              • For courses specifically designated as “repeatable,” students may
college-sponsored function, of any object that might be used as a lethal       repeat up to three times. (See Title 5 California Code of Regulations
weapon is forbidden all persons except sworn peace officers, police              sections 55040, 55041, 58161).
officers and other governmental employees charged with policing
responsibilities.                                                              • Where the student’s number of enrollments in a course exceeds
                                                                               the allowable amount, the student may petition for an additional
Board Rule 9803.21. Behavior while on a college campus or at a college-        enrollment in cases of extenuating circumstances.
sponsored function, inconsistent with the District’s non-discrimination
policy, which requires that all programs and activities of the Los Angeles     What students should do:
Community College District be operated in a manner which is free of            • Be sure you are academically ready for classes you enroll in.
discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry,         • If you must drop a course, drop before the specified deadline for
religion, creed, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, age,      dropping a class without a grade of “W.”
handicap or veterans status.                                                   • See a counselor before making decisions that could affect your
                                                                               educational plan.
Board Rule 9803.22. Any assemblage of two or more persons to 1)
do an unlawful act, or 2) do a lawful act in a violent, boisterous or
tumultuous manner.



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INSTRUCTIONAL AND STUDENT SERVICES
Academic Success Action Plan, (Project A.S.A.P)                              Associated Students Organization
  Project A.S.A.P. is a federally funded project that is designed to          The Associated Students Organization (ASO) represents all students and
provide special services and instruction to project eligible students        sponsors activities including athletics, publications, assemblies, awards,
with disabilities who demonstrate academic and/or financial need. For         student services, and club and social activities. Membership in the ASO is
additional information, call (310) 233-4535, (310) 233-4536, or (310)        not mandatory. The fee is paid by the student on a completely voluntary
233-4620.                                                                    basis; however, there are unique benefits associated with membership
                                                                             in the ASO. Membership in this organization permits participation in
Assessment                                                                   ASO sponsored activities and events. Other benefits include $3 parking
 New matriculating students, who are pursuing an Associate’s Degree          fee discount; off-campus discounts; free legal advice and a photo I.D.
or plan to transfer to a four year university, and have not taken an         All students are invited to relax or study in the student lounge located
English or math class before are required to take the COMPASS ACT            on the second floor of Seahawk Center. Pool, football, cafe, board and
English and math Placement test. If students choose to start at the          video games and Direct TV, are available. For additional information,
beginning levels of math (LS 10 or math 112) or English (DC35), they         call (310) 233-4594.
have to continue the sequence and are not allowed to test afterwards.
Students may schedule an appointment online at http://www.lahc.edu/          Bookstore
sars/assessment/eSARS.asp, in person at the Assessment Center Office             The college bookstore is located on the first floor of the Seahawk
(SSA 118), at the computers available in the lobby of the SSA Building,      Center. The bookstore is open on Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00
or by phone at (310) 233-4072.                                               p.m. and on Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. For the first two weeks of
New matriculating students, who are pursuing an Associate’s Degree or        the semester the bookstore is open Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00
plan to transfer to a four year university, and have not taken an English    p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The bookstore is closed Saturdays
or math class before are required to take the COMPASS ACT English and        and Sundays. Winter and Summer Hours are as posted.
math Placement test. Any returning or continuing student who has never
taken an assessment test is also required to take one (unless previously     Bookstore Policies
waived). The Admissions and Records Office may waive this requirement            Personal imprinted checks, Visa, and MasterCard are accepted for the
for students who have an Associate Degree or higher.                         amount of purchase only. Two ID’s are required: a current LAHC student
 Students who have been assessed in English and/or math, or who have         registration printout and a valid California Driver’s License or California
taken English and/or math coursework at another college may have             I.D. Checks are to be made out to Harbor College Bookstore. No out of
already met Harbor’s assessment requirements. These students can             state or company/business checks will be accepted. A personal check
bring a copy of their assessment results, transcripts and/or grade reports   must clear bank processing before a refund will be given. After 15
to a counselor. English as a second language assessment is also available.   days the presentation of a canceled check may be required to obtain a
  If eligible, students may test once per cycle. The cycles run from         refund. No cash refund will be made by the Bookstore for a credit card
February to September each year. Starting late February to early             purchase. The appropriate banking institution will be notified and a
September, students test for the upcoming Summer and Fall semesters,         credit will be issued.
and starting late September to early February students test for the
upcoming Winter and Spring semesters. Assessment results are valid           Book Refund Policy
for two years from the assessment date. Once a student enrolls in an           Used books are purchased “AS IS” and the bookstore assumes no
English and/or math class and receives a letter grade (or CR/NCR), the       responsibility for their condition. Textbooks are only eligible for refund
student is no longer eligible to re-test in that subject and must then       under the following conditions. All textbooks being returned must be
follow the English/math sequence. If students choose to start at the         accompanied by a currently dated cash register sales receipt issued by
beginning levels of math (LS 10 or math 112) or English (DC35), they         the bookstore. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Textbooks must
have to continue the sequence and are not allowed to test afterwards.        be returned within the first 5 days of the Fall and Spring semesters and
 Only student test takers can be admitted to the Assessment Session          within 5 days of the Summer Session and Short-term sessions. Holidays,
given at the Assessment Center Testing Room (SSA 120). Students              Saturdays and Sundays are not considered class days. Textbooks must be
need to bring valid picture identification and their College Identification    returned in the same condition as when purchased. New books must be
Number given by the Admissions and Records Office. Orientation and             free of any markings, soil marks or erasures, and all pages must be intact.
Registration information will be discussed during the Assessment               Used textbooks must be returned in an acceptable condition,
Session.                                                                     determined by the bookstore staff. New textbooks returned with minor
 Students may schedule an appointment online at http://www.lahc.edu/         marks or damages may be refunded at a maximum of 75% of their retail
sars/assessment/eSARS.asp, in person at the Assessment Center Office           price during the refund period. Textbooks purchased after the 5th school
(SSA 118), at the computers available in the lobby of the SSA Building,      day must be returned within 24 hours and accompanied by a currently
or by phone at (310) 233-4072.                                               dated cash register sales receipt to be given a refund. Textbooks failing
 Tests available include:                                                    to meet the refund policy will be considered used and will be governed
     ATB (Ability to Benefit) & ATB-ESL for Financial Aid                     by the used book policy. Trade paperbacks, study guides, dictionaries and
     English and English as a Second Language Assessment                     workbooks must be returned within 24 hours. No refund will be given
     Math Assessment                                                         for syllabi. Supply Refund Policy: The cost of items required as materials
     Math Competency Test (for Nursing and Graduation)                       for certain classes will be refunded the first 5 days of the Fall and Spring
                                                                             semesters and within the first 5 days of the Summer Session. Items
                                                                             must be in new condition and accompanied by a currently dated cash
                                                                             register sales receipt. No refund is given for safety goggles or personal
                                                                             clothing according to the California Health Laws. No refunds will be
                                                                             made for computer disks and nursing kits. Book Buy-Back Policy: the


 102       College Information                                                                                LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
Book Buy-Back occurs during the final exam week of the Fall and Spring         Counseling Services
semesters. For additional information, call (310) 233-4170.                    The counseling staff helps students define their objectives and plan
                                                                              how to reach them. Counselors are on duty throughout the year
CARE Program                                                                  to assist continuing students and new applicants in planning their
 CARE is a unique educational program which represents a cooperative          college program of studies. When possible, new students should
effort between the community college and the Department of Social              request counseling prior to registration. Counselors are available on an
Services to assist single parents to achieve their educational goals.         appointment or drop-in basis Monday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Tuesday
The program is only available to EOPS eligible students; see Extended         through Thursday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Opportunity Program and Services for additional information.                  or by appointment. They can help with program planning, vocational
  If you are a single parent interested in developing new educational         and career information, and personal and college-related problems. For
skills, the Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE), can          additional information, call (310) 233-4230 or email coloche@lahc.edu.
help you nurture your appetite for achievements and a better life style.
The CARE program helps single parents receiving cash aid assistance,          Developmental Education/Basic Skills
receive the support and advisement necessary to explore their inter-            Through the orientation and assessment procedures, the College
ests and move forward. CARE will bring you together with a group of           recognizes that students may not always have developed adequate
students who are facing many of the same challenges as you are. The           basic learning skills necessary for success in their college studies. To
program offers additional support services in the form of cash grants          aid students who can benefit from basic skills instruction, the College
to offset the cost of child care and transportation. By combining our          offers a number of classes which assist the students in developing
energies, we can help you to become successful.                               proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and mathematics, and in study
  More information about the CARE and EOPS programs can be found              skills and habits to help insure their success in college-level courses. For
by visiting www.lahc.edu/eops. You can also call the office at (310)            additional information, call (310) 233-4230 or (310) 233-4226 and read
233-4265 or visit the office in the Student Services and Administration         the Schedule of Classes.
building (SSA) room 207.
                                                                              Disabled Student Programs and Services
Career Center                                                                 (See Special Programs and Services)
  The Career Center offers a professional counseling service designed
to extend career information and guidance to students who need                Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
help in selecting a career goal or a college major, or are considering         Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) offers special sup-
alternate choices. This service allows students to determine educational      port services to help students move forward successfully toward their
and vocational objectives as well as to discuss plans for a meaningful        personal, educational, and career goals. EOPS is a comprehensive sup-
and realistic career selection. The Career Center is located in the           port system of services extended to eligible students. Services students
Student Services & Administration building, Room 105. For additional          can obtain include academic, career and personal counseling; book and
information, call (310) 233-4033 or email fisherjp@lahc.edu.                   cash grants; free tutoring; priority enrollment; and classes in student
                                                                              success (availability of services is dependent upon funding).
Child Development Center                                                         This state-funded program is specifically designed for students who
  The LAHC Child Development Center was established to offer child             have historically experienced economic and educational disadvantages,
care services to students with preschool aged children. The Center has        and desire to pursue their educational goals on a full-time basis. Eligi-
an extensive parent education program. Parents are involved in the            bility for EOPS is based on economic guidelines provided by the State
education and development of their children through participation in          of California.
the program. Enrollment in the Child Development Center is a learning            EOPS offers additional assistance to single parents through the CARE
experience for both the children and their parents. Children must qualify     program, which offers support services in the form of cash grants to
for the State Preschool Grant program, both by age and income. First          offset the cost of child care and transportation to single parents who
priority is given to children that are four years of age. After accepting     receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF/formerly AFDC)
all income eligible four year old children, income eligible three year olds   and are head of a household with a child under age 14 while they attend
will be accepted - with higher priority going to older three year olds. If    classes and training programs.(See CARE Program).
there are no income and age eligible children on the priority list, three        More information about the program and applications can be found
and four year old children who are not income eligible may be enrolled.       by visiting www.lahc.edu/eops and clicking the ‘Prospective Student
Fees for this service are based on financial need and range from no cost       Information’ link. You can also call the office at (310) 233-4265 or visit
to $2.00 per hour. For more information contact the Child Development         the office in the SSA building in room 207. EOPS staff are prepared to
Center at (310) 233-4200.                                                     assist students in both English and Spanish.
Computer Services                                                             Extension Program and Continuing Education
 The widespread use of computers in all areas of life creates a growing        The Extension Program Office of Community Services and Continuing
need for computer literacy and computer services at LAHC. Enrolled            Education’s primary purpose is to meet the personal and professional
students may also access computers in the LRC, and other “digitized”          developmental needs of the community by providing continuing non-
labs as needed when classes are not being held in that room/lab. Non-         credit education in an ongoing program of classes, workshops, seminars,
classroom computers are available in the Open Access areas of the             and experiential learning opportunities. The following is a description
Library, Math Lab (LAC 105B) and the LAC (105A). Contact the LAC at           of services provided:
(310) 233-4149 for further information. COMPUTER USE: Any of the                Community education and extension classes - The Extension
Open Access or computer labs require you to display your Student              Program offers over 1,000 not-for-credit fee based classes per year in:
Picture I.D. Card which can be obtained in Seahawk Center at any time.        Recreation, The Arts, Career Development, Computers, Business and
INTERNET USE RULES: Internet Use Rules are posted in every lab. The           Entrepreneurship, Finance, Investments, Travel, Personal Development,
LACCD and LAHC prohibit the use of college equipment to visit web             Home Improvement, and Humanities. We have a diverse program for
sites with obscene or inappropriate material. Students who disregard          youth in our year round “College for Kids,” which includes after school
these rules will be disciplined.                                              and Saturday courses, as well as a large summer program with complete
                                                                              sessions for ages 5-15.


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 Continuing Education non-credit “no-fee” classes - In our Continuing        Benefits of the Honors Program
Education non-credit “no-fee” curriculum, we offer courses in English         • Enriched coursework designed in cooperation with university faculty
as a Second Language, Vocational Education, and Basic Skills. There is       • Specialized academic and personal counseling
no required fee for students, and you may enroll as often as you like in     • Admission preference over all students applying to the participating
any of these courses.                                                        universities
  Programs and Services - Additional programs and services include           • Inexpensive, high quality instruction
Traffic Violators School, Certified Typing Tests, Color Copy Center, and        • Designated scholarships for Honors Transfer students
a weekly Swap Meet.                                                          • Admission to University Honors Programs
 Registration - Students may register in person during business hours, by
phone using MasterCard, Visa, or Discover, by mail on the forms available    This program is also beneficial for students who plan to transfer to any
on the inside back cover of the Extension catalog, or by facsimile using     other four year institutions. Qualified students may elect to take Honors
the FAX number (310) 233-4686. The program welcomes suggestions for          classes without being in the Honors Program. Interested students should
new class offerings. For further information call (310) 233-4450 or write     contact the Honors Counselor to determine enrollment eligibility. Please
The Extension Program, 1111 Figueroa Place, Wilmington, CA 90744.            call (310) 233-4038 or email Yvonne Pueblos at puebloyu@lahc.edu.
 Sessions - Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall; catalogs are distributed
four times per year. The Extension Program is a self-supporting branch       Honors Transfer Requirements
of Los Angeles Harbor College.                                               Completion of preparation in the major
                                                                             Completion of six honors courses
Financial Aid                                                                Completion of all lower division breadth curriculum or IGETC
  The goal of financial aid is to provide access to post-secondary           Completion of a minimum of a 3.1 GPA or higher or as required by the
education for those who otherwise would be financially unable to start        transfer institutions
or continue their schooling. Through loans, grants, scholarships and         Participation in at least one form of campus or community service
part-time employment, students are provided monetary assistance to
meet the basic cost of educational expenses. For additional information,     For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact
call (310) 233-4320.                                                         Yvonne Pueblos, Honors Counselor, (310) 233-4038, SSA Room 130

CalWorks/GAIN Programs                                                       International Student Office (ISO)
  CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids),         The International Student Office (ISO) assists international students in
previously GAIN, is a Los Angeles Harbor College Program offering             completing the college and visa application process and offers on-going
training and support services to students receiving TANF (Temporary          assistance to the students once on campus so that the students may
Assistance to needy Families), previously AFDC. These services               successfully complete their program of study. As part of these efforts,
include: • Information, • Vocational Training, • Basic Skills • Liaison      the ISO provides materials describing college programs and services to
with DPSS (Department of Public Social Services) regarding training          international students living in the U.S. and abroad. The ISO screens
programs and contracts, • Child Care Assistance and Referrals, • Work        applications according to established college and U.S. Department
Study Assignments, • Job Development: Employment Skills, Resumes,            of Homeland Security/ICE criteria; provides visa-compliance and
Interview Skills, Job Opportunities, • Learning Assistance and Tutorial      cultural information, as well as support for the college’s efforts at
coursework The CalWORKS Program, through DPSS, provides child                internationalizing the campus by fostering communication among its
care services, transportation, and textbooks. The CalWORKS Program           international and American students and providing information about
can assist you in meeting the new 32 hour per week work-study                international program opportunities. Furthermore, the ISO provides
participation requirement. For further information telephone (310)           advisement on academic and cultural matters, referrals for campus
233-4403, visit the office at OV 1B or our web page at http://www.lahc.        services, and assistance to incoming students in locating housing.
edu/studentservices/calworks.                                                For additional information call (310) 233-4111, email gradyp@lahc.
                                                                             edu, or check the ISO page of the college website at www.lahc.edu/
Honors Transfer Program                                                      studyinlosangeles.
 The Honors Transfer Program is a cooperative effort between Los
Angeles Harbor College and the following universities; UCLA, UCI, UC         Learning Assistance Center (LAC)
Berkeley, Azusa Pacific University, Pitzer College, Pomona College,             The Learning Assistance Center provides self-paced programs that
Chapman University, Occidental College, Loyola Marymount University,         support the regular instructional programs. Through a variety of
Mills College and La Sierra University. It is intended to serve students     media—computers, audio, video—students may actively participate in
interested in a challenging curriculum designed to prepare them for          different learning modalities at their own pace. Programs are available
transfer. Students who complete the honors curriculum, and preparation       in Math, English, ESL, accounting, foreign languages, study skills, and
for their major (with at least a 3.1 GPA), will receive:                     other subjects. A full catalog describes what is available for use in the
                                                                             LAC. The LAC also houses the Literacy Center, Writing and Math Labs.
1) Guaranteed priority admission to UCLA School of Letters and Sciences,     Students enrolled in these special labs and programs need to check-in
(Students interested in Fine Arts and Engineering majors at UCLA may         and check-out at the LAC Counter (through the computer) in order to
also participate in the HTP and will be given special consideration by       get the TBA hours required for credit. ITV video programs are on file at
UCLA when applying) UCI also give priority admission and UC Berkeley         the LAC. Call (310) 233-4149 for appointments and further information.
will give priority consideration.
                                                                             Legal Services
2) Priority consideration given by Azusa Pacific University, Pitzer College    The Associated Students Organization (ASO) of Harbor College contracts
and Pomona College (requires 3.5 GPA), Chapman University, La Sierra         yearly with a legal entity to provide legal services to students. Students
University, Occidental College (requires 3.25 GPA) and Pitzer College        and staff who pay the ASO membership fee are eligible for this important
(requires 3.5 GPA).                                                          service at no further cost. For additional information or to make an
                                                                             appointment with the lawyer, call (310) 233-4594.
Please view the following website for specific details regarding admission
offers, scholarships and Admission to University Honors Programs: www.        Library
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periodicals, newspapers, reference materials, and electronic and                procedures are available in the Student Services office SSA 203. Records
computerized databases that support the college curriculum and our              of all such complaints are retained for at least three years after the
students’ pursuit of educational goals. Instructors may place required          complaint has been resolved and shall be subject to review by the
readings on Class Reserve at the checkout counter. Instructors may also         Chancellor as part of the statewide evaluation.
request general or specialized orientations for their classes. A librarian is
always available to assist with basic questions and research and to offer        Parking
instruction in library use and literature searching. Enrolled students may       LAHC’s administration urges you to use one of the designated campus
access the Internet in the library computer lab and wireless computing          parking lots. Campus parking lots are patrolled by the Sheriff ’s Office,
anywhere in the library. A limited number of laptops are available for use      and are under the jurisdiction of LAHC. Students and staff who choose
in the library. A photo ID card is required to check out library materials.     to park in a location that is not under the jurisdiction of LAHC, do so
Individual study carrels are available on both levels of the book stacks,       at their own risk. During construction, parking may be restricted in
and photocopy machines are located on the main floor.                            designated lots. Parking tickets/violations follow the same process as
 During Fall and Spring semesters the Library is open Monday-Thursday           any ticket received in the city.
from 8:00 am to 8:30 p.m., Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and                The Los Angeles Community College District, Board of Trustees,
Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Summer and Winter hours will               Associated Student Organization, employees, or agents are not
be posted. For additional information call (310) 233-4480 or visit www.         responsible for any loss, including but not limited to theft, property
lahc.edu/library.                                                               damage, and bodily injury as a result of youbout thr use of LAHC’s
                                                                                parking lots. California vehicle laws and regulations, including those
Life Skills Center                                                              regarding illegal parking, are applicable on campus.
The Life Skills Center was established to provide crisis intervention           Student parking locations include:
and community referrals to LAHC students who may be undergoing a                Lot 4      east of the softball field
personal or life crisis; and, to promote positive mental health for the         Lot 5      south of the football stadium
campus community through offering workshops, skill-building seminars,            Lot 6      east of the baseball field
and classroom speakers on a wide variety of topics throughout the               Lot 7      south of the baseball field
school year. Services are available by appointment Mondays through              Lot 8      west of the Drama-Speech Building
Thursdays, 8:00am - 8:00pm and Fridays 8:00am - 4:00pm. Walk-in times           West Parking Structure, west of the Child Development Center
are: Mondays 10:00 - 12:00pm, Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 - 1:00pm and
Friday 10:00 12:00pm. Located in the Health Center Cafe 110, the Life           Disabled Student parking spaces are located in lots 4, 6, 7, & 8.
Skills Center is staffed by advanced psychology graduate students and            Staff parking locations include: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9A and 10. Lot 1 is
supervised by a licensed Clinical Psychologist. For additional information,     adjacent to Figueroa Place.
call (310) 233-4586.                                                            Campus parking is by permit only. Semester parking permits are
                                                                                purchased at the cashier’s office. Daily parking permits are $2.00 and
Matriculation                                                                   can be purchased and used in all student parking lots.
  Matriculation is a process that brings the college and a student who          NOTE: The parking lot across from the campus on the north side of “L”
enrolls for credit into an agreement for the purpose of realizing the           Street is not owned by LAHC. Parking fees will be charged regardless of
student’s educational goal through the college’s established programs,          LAHC permit. This lot is not patrolled by campus sheriffs.
policies and requirements.
 Provided to all students are an admission process, orientation to the          Sheriff ’s Community College Bureau
college and its programs, assessment, counseling and advising, and                The Sheriff ’s Harbor College Division is available to assist students,
student follow up. The Office of Matriculation is located in the Student          faculty and college visitors as needed. Sheriffs are located on the
Services and Administration Building, Room 103E. For more information           southwest end of the PE/Wellness building on Figueroa Place, (310)
visit www.lahc.edu/studentservices/matriculation/index.html.                    233-4600.
  At the time of application, all students are classified as exempt or
non-exempt from various matriculation components. Students may be               Special Programs and Services (SP&S)
exempt, depending upon the matriculation component, by meeting any                Special Programs and Services has been established to assist persons
of the following criteria: 1) have already earned an Associate degree           with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities who may require
or higher, 2) are attending Harbor for recreational or personal growth          special assistance in the pursuit of an education. Students may receive
classes only and have no intention of pursuing a certificate or degree, 3)       services such as special counseling, testing accommodations, tutoring,
are taking one or two classes required to renew a license and have no           and priority registration and others as needed. There are also special
intention of pursuing a certificate or degree, or 4) are presently enrolled      classes to improve basic skills and adaptive computer skills. Special
at another school and plan to take one or two classes to be credited at         Programs and Services is located in Cafeteria 108. Please call (310) 233-
their home school. Students who have been assessed in English and/or            4629 to schedule an appointment with a Disability Specialist.
math, or who have taken English and/or math coursework at another                 A student who needs accommodations, but does not wish to seek
college may have already met Harbor’s assessment requirements. These            assistance from Special Programs and Services, may individually initiate
students can bring a copy of their assessment results, transcripts and/         requests by contacting the following persons: Luis Rosas, V.P., Academic
or grade reports to a counselor. The college is prohibited from using           Affairs, for matters related to classes, classrooms, instructional labs;
any matriculation practice which has the purpose or effect of subjecting         Abbie Patterson V.P. Student Services for matters related to student
any person to unlawful discrimination. An allegation that the district          services, counseling, admissions and records, financial aid, and other
has done so or has established a discriminatory prerequisite, shall be          student activities; Dr. Ann Tomlinson, V.P., Administrative Services, for
considered a complaint of unlawful discrimination and shall be filed,            concerns related to parking, access, or business office services; Nina
investigated and resolved. Further information can be obtained at               Malone, Dean of Student Life, for concerns about all other compliance
the Student Services office in the Student Services & Administration              issues. Assistance may be sought from Dr. Deborah Tull, Coordinator,
Building. If a student wishes to challenge matriculation provisions, he         Special Programs and Services, if other counseling or informational
or she can see the Vice President of Student Services in the Student            assistance is needed.
Services/Administration Building (SSA 203). The college shall investigate
and attempt to resolve complaints. Written complaint or grievance



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Student Government and Activities                                             check the calendars on our website at www.lahc.edu/studentservices/
  All students at L.A. Harbor College are invited and encouraged to           tranfercenter/index.html and posted in the Transfer Center for upcoming
participate in the government of the Associated Students Organization         visits. The Center is located in the Student Services & Administration
(ASO). This is done through participation on the Senate or as an ASO          Building, Room 105. For more information, contact the Transfer Center
officer. The Associated Students Organization assumes a major role              Director, Ralph Davis at (310) 233-4282 or email davisr@lahc.edu..
in planning and developing student activities and creating a student
centered campus environment. The ASO represents student needs                 Veterans Services
and interests through participation in college governance. The focus of        Persons planning to attend LAHC under one of the veteran education
the Student Government and the Student Activities office is to provide          bills should go to the Veterans Office in Student Services & Administration
opportunities for leadership development and a balanced educational           Building, Room 114 to pick up the necessary paperwork. This should be
experience. Students are encouraged to enroll in Political Science 41 to      done one month prior to registration in order to discuss any problems
receive transferable units in the political process.                          regarding enrollment, eligibility and benefit payments. Attendance is
                                                                              monitored monthly. The veteran must submit an academic transcript
Student Health Services                                                       for all previous college work. For additional information, call (310) 233-
  The purpose of the Student Health Center is to contribute toward            4232. Drop by our new Veterans Center, LRC 125.
the educational aims and matriculation of students by promoting their
physical and emotional well being. The student health services center         Welcome Center
provides health counseling and education, appraisal, treatment and first         The Welcome Center at Los Angeles Harbor College is a testimonial
aid, referral to appropriate public or private agencies and dissemination     to the institutional support the College provides for new and returning
of information regarding the availability of health services. The Education   students. The Center is primarily a one-stop shopping point for
Code of California sections 72244 and 72246 authorize the collection          new students to begin the matriculation process, plus support for
of a student health services fee of $11.00 per semester and $8.00 for         the freshman year. The Welcome Center is an investment toward
summer sessions. Those who depend exclusively on prayer for healing in        student success and retention and is geared to engage students in the
accordance with the teaching of a bona fide religious sect may request         educational process. Outreach, academic, and support services are
exemption of the fee through the Office of the Dean of Student Life             provided to assist students from application to graduation. We are
(Seahawk Center). For additional information, call (310) 233-4651.            located in the Student Service & Administration Building, Room 133
                                                                              and can be reached by calling (310) 233-4327 or by email at barkerrb@
Student I.D. Cards                                                            lahc.edu.
  All students are required to have a Student Identification Card.
Currently, the card may be obtained in the Student Activities Office on
the 2nd floor of the Seahawk Center at the completion of Registration.
Students need to have a picture I.D. to use many of the Labs on campus.
                                                                              How To Reach Harbor College
                                                                              From The Metropolitan Los Angeles Area: South on the 110 Freeway
Student Orientation                                                           to Anaheim Street. Exit and turn north to the campus.
 All matriculating students attending Harbor College for the first time
are advised to participate in orientation. Topics covered include college     From San Pedro: North on the 110 Freeway to Pacific Coast Hwy. Exit and
policies, student rights and responsibilities, time management, and           turn south on Figueroa Street, then west on “L” Street to the campus.
graduation and transfer requirements. Completion of an orientation
                                                                              From Long Beach: West on Pacific Coast Hwy. Turn on Figueroa Street,
course such as Personal Development 17 is recommended. The                    then west on “L” Street to the campus.
online orientation can be accessed at www.lahc.edu/studentservices/
matriculation/welcome.html. Orientation activities will be covered            From LAX: Go east on surface streets to the 405 Freeway. Go south on
immediately following the assessment session. Students are encouraged         the 405 Freeway to the 110 Freeway going south. Exit at Anaheim Street
to complete orientation prior to or during their first semester. Students      and turn north to the campus.
who have earned an Associate Degree or higher may have this
requirement waived by showing to a counselor a copy of a transcript
or diploma, or a copy of their previous attendance at an orientation
session. For additional information, call (310) 233-4072.

Tutoring
  Upon instructor/counselor referral, individual and group tutoring is
available in most subjects in the Learning Assistance Center. Referral
forms may be obtained in the LAC. It is helpful if students form their
own groups (2 or 3) directly from the class in which tutoring assistance
is being requested. Once a group is identified, and a convenient time
can be matched with a tutor’s schedule, tutoring can begin on an
appointment basis. “Drop-in” tutoring may be available at various times
in the Math Lab and Writing Lab (depending upon tutors availability).
Note: Students with declared majors and/or stated educational
objectives will be given priority for tutoring.

Transfer Center
  The Los Angeles Harbor College Transfer Center assists students in
making a smooth transition from Harbor to a four-year institution,
and in exploring career possibilities. The Transfer Center houses a
library of college catalogs and occupational information. Students
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INFORMACIÓN PARA                                                            LOS PROGRAMAS DE
NUEVOS ESTUDIANTES                                                          INSTRUCCIÓN
Permítanos ayudarle a planear un programa de estudio que concuerde          Los Angeles Harbor College ofrece cursos que permiten la realización
con sus necesidades. Solo siga estos pasos sencillos:                       de los siguientes objetivos:
                                                                                       • La trasferencia a una universidad de cuatro años.
1. Entregue su solicitud de LAHC e inscríbase para la evaluación y                     • El título Associate in Arts (AA)
la orientación en el vestíbulo del edificio de Admisión (Admissions)                    • El título Associate in Science (AS)
(Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 6:30pm). Los resultados de la evaluación                   • El Certificado Ocupacional
son herramientas importantes para poder colocar a uno en el nivel de
inglés o de matemáticas apropiado en Harbor College. El colocamiento        La Transferencia del (AA)
correcto le ahorra tiempo, dinero y frustración. Sus resultados serán           Una universidad de cuatro años les exige a los estudiantes que
válidos por dos años desde el día que fueron tomados. La orientación        completen ciertos requisitos. Entre éllos, están los de la instrucción
le dará una introducción al colegio y a los programas y servicios que       general y los de la especialización. Los Angeles Harbor College ofrece
se le ofrecen.                                                              cursos transferibles equivalentes a los que se requieren durante el primer
                                                                            y segundo año de estudio (Freshman y Sophmore) en muchos colegios
2. Haga una cita con un(a) consejero(a) y traiga sus resultados de la       y muchas universidades en los Estados Unidos. En la página 9, hay una
evaluación. Las citas están disponibles tanto para los estudiantes que      lista parcial de los colegios y las universidades en California.
asisten al colegio durante el día como para los que asisten durante la         Con el asesoramiento y una planificación cuidadosa, un(a) estudiante,
noche. Inscríbase en el Escritorio de Información ubicado en el vestíbulo   en muchos casos, puede transferirse como estudiante de tercer año de
del edificio de Administración o, llame al (310) 233-4230, de lunes a los    estudio con sus requisitos de especialización de división baja (lower
viernes de las 8a.m. - 4p.m.                                                division)y con los de la instrucción general completados. Los estudiantes
                                                                            que no calificaron para la admisión al sistema California State University
3. Matricúlese en uno de los cursos o seminarios (workshops) diseñados      (CSU) o al de University of California (UC) directamente después de la
para ayudarle a aprovechar la mayor parte de su tiempo en Harbor            escuela secundaria, pueden ser elegibles para hacer la transferencia a
College. (Vea abajo)                                                        estos sistemas académicos.
                                                                               Los estudiantes que están en esta situación pueden transferirse a una
                                                                            escuela del sistema California State University (CSU) después de haber
Los Cursos y Seminarios (Workshops)                                         completado 56 unidades transferibles y 60 unidades a una del sistema
para el Éxito del (de la) Estudiante.                                       University of California (UC). (a condición de que el (la) estudiante
Los cursos:                                                                 haya logrado las notas apropiadas y haya cumplido con los requisitos
Personal Development 17 - El desarrollo de las habilidades para             apropiados).
sobrevivir en un ambiente colegial.                                         En la página 9, hay una lista de las especialidades con las cuales un(a)
(Curso transferible al sistema CSU-1 unidad)                                estudiante se puede transferir.
Personal Development 4 - Planear una carrera. (Curso transferible al
sistema CSU-1 unidad)
Developmental Communications 23 - Técnicas del aprendizaje. (3
unidades)
                                                                                           La Declaración de Exactitud
Los seminarios:                                                                El Los Angeles Community College District y Los Angeles
Las Orientaciones sobre la Biblioteca (Library Orientations) son               Harbor College han hecho todo el esfuerzo posible para
planeadas durante el semestre. Hable con su profesor de inglés o               determinar que todo lo que se ha declarado en este horario se
comuníquese con la bibloteca para obtener una lista con las horas.             ha hecho con precisión. Los cursos y los programas ofrecidos,
                                                                               junto con otros asuntos contenidos aquí dentro, están expuestos
¿No sabe a dónde ir para solucionar un problema en particular? Empiece         a cambios sin ninguna notificación por la Administración del
con el Escritorio de Información que está ubicado en el Edificio de la          Los Angeles Community College District o por Los Angeles
Administración o llame al (310) 233-4230. Estamos aquí para ayudar.            Harbor College por razones relacionadas a la matriculación de
                                                                               los estudiantes, el nivel de respaldo financiero o, por cualquier
                                                                               otra razón. Estos cambios se hacen a la discreción del Districto
                                                                               y de la Administración del Colegio. Además, el Districto y el
                                                                               Colegio tienen el derecho de añadir, corregir o, anular cualquiera
                                                                               de sus reglas, regulaciones, principios y procedimientos que estén
                                                                               consistentes con las leyes aplicables.




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LA ADMISIÓN Y LA MATRICULACIÓN
¿Quién Puede Solicitar?                                                      crédito.
  Cualquiera que tenga 18 años o más califica para la admisión a Harbor
College. Si usted es menor de 18 años de edad, calificará para la admisión    Las Cuotas
si satisface una de las siguientes condiciones: (1) Si se graduó de la         La cuota de la matrícula para los residentes de California es $36.00 por
escuela secundaria, (2) Si aprobó The California High School Certificate of   unidad por semestre. Los estudiantes que no son residentes de California
Proficiency Test o, (3) Si está matriculado(a) actualmente en una escuela     pagan $190.00 por unidad más la cuota estándar de la matrícula. Los
de nivel K-12 y obtiene permiso de esa escuela para matricularse. Los        que no son residentes de Los Estados Unidos pagan $207.00 por unidad
estudiantes deben obtener firmas de sus escuelas respectivas en los           más la cuota estándar de la matrícula. Las cuotas adicionales incluyen
formularios de permiso para la matriculación antes de someter una            una de $20.00 para el estacionamiento; los miembros del “Associated
solicitud al colegio.                                                        Students Organization” pagan $17.00. El costo del ingreso al ASO es
                                                                             $10.00. La cuota obligatoria de los Servicios de Salud es $11.00 y la cuota
La Residencia de California                                                  mandataria para la Representación Estudiantil es $1.00. La asistencia
  Para asistir a Harbor College, como un(a) residente de California          financiera (financial aid) o, una renuncia de cuotas para la matriculación,
calificado, usted tendrá que haber establecido la residencia legal en         podrían estar disponibles para los estudiantes que cumplan con los
el estado por un año completo inmediatamente precedente al 28 de             requisitos para calificar. Comuníquese con la Oficina de Asistencia
agosto del 2011. La residencia de un(a) estudiante soltero(a) menor de       Financiera (Financial Aid Office) en Harbor College.
18 años de edad es determinada por la residencia legal de sus padres.
La residencia de un(a) menor casado(a) es determinada desde la fecha         La Exoneración de la Cuota de los Servicios de Salud
de matrimonio y tendrá que cumplir con el requisito de un año. Un              Las reglas de Districto de los Colegios de la Comunidad de Los Angeles
estudiante continuo que no es residente, que desea cambiar su estado         exonera a los siguientes estudiantes para que no tengan que pagar
como residente, tendrá que presentar una petición a la Oficina de             la cuota relacionada a los servicios de salud: (a) Los estudiantes de
Admisión.                                                                    bajos recursos, incluyendo a los estudiantes que están bajo asistencia
                                                                             financiera y, o los recipientes de un “Board of Goveners’ grant”, (b)
Los Consejeros                                                               los estudiantes quienes dependen exclusivamente del rezo para el
  Si su meta es adquirir un título o un certificado, usted tendrá que ver     proceso de sanar que esté de acuerdo con la enseñanza de una secta
a un (a) consejero (a) antes de matricularse. El(la) consejero(a) lo(la)     religiosa auténtica, (c) los estudiantes quienes están asistiendo a las
ayudará a crear un plan educativo y guiarlo(a) a los cursos necesarios       clases bajo un programa aprobado de entrenamiento y de aprendizaje,
para alcanzar su meta. También, si planea matricularse en más de 18          (d) los estudiantes que están clasificados como “non-credit education
unidades o, desea usar los cursos de otros colegios para cumplir con los     students”, los que no buscan ganar créditos, (e) los estudiantes quienes
requisitos, necesitará la aprovación de un(a) consejero(a) por escrito.      están matriculados en los colegios del Districto donde exclusivamente
Los consejeros están disponibles todo el año.                                no se proveen servicios de salud, (f) los estudiantes quienes están
                                                                             matriculados en colegios del Districto exclusivamente por medio de
Añadir una clase                                                             Instrucción Televisada o clases de distancia educativa, (g) los estudiantes
  Los estudiantes puden usar el internet de matriculación para añadir        quienes están matriculados en los colegios del Districto exclusivamente
las clases a su horario académico en las cuales hayan espacio hasta el 28    por medio de educación bajo contrato. Los estudiantes quienes están
de agosto del 2011. Después del 28 de agosto del 2011, los estudiantes       exonerados bajo las provisiones de (a), (c) y (d) mencionadas arriba
podrán añadir las clases en las cuales hayan espacio, obteniendo una         califican para recibir los servicios del programa de salud del colegio;
tarjeta para inscribirse del (de la) profesor(a) y etregándola a la Oficina   Los demás estudiantes que están exonerados, no califican para recibir
de Admisión. El último día para inscribirse en una clase que se extiende     los servicios del programa de salud del colegio.
durante el semestre completo es el 8 de septiembre del 2011.
                                                                             La Matriculación En El Colegio
Retirándose de una Clase (Vea también la página 121)                           El Centro de Evaluación se encuentra en el Edificio de Servicios
  El estudiante tiene la responsability de someter una tarjeta oficial        Estudiantiles y de Administración (Student Services & Administration,
para retirarse de una clase a la Oficina de Admisión. Al no cumplir este      SSA), Salón 118, (310) 233 – 4072. A los nuevos estudiantes que
proceso, resultará que una nota de “W” o “F” quede grabada en su             está matriculándose y que están preparándose para recibir un
expediente académico. Al no retirarse para los fines de plazo, significa       título Associate’s Degree o siguiendo un plan para transferirse a una
que la cuota de ingreso se deberá. Los profesores pueden excluir a un(a)     universidad de cuatro años, y no han tomado una clases de inglés o
estudiante pero ésto no es un retiro oficial y todas las cuotas de ingreso    una clase de matemáticas, se les requieren que tomen la prueba de
todavía se deben. Para recibir un reembolso, uno tendrá que haberse          evaluación “ACT-COMPASS”. Si los estudiantes optan por comenzar
retirado de sus clases para el 12 de septiembre del 2011.                    en los primeros niveles de matemáticas (LS 10 o matemáticas 112) o
                                                                             inglés (DC35) y reciben una calificación de (o CR / NCR) tienen que
La limitación sobre la matriculación en cursos de habilidades básicas        seguir la secuencia y no se les permite tomar la prueba después. Los
  Título 5, sección 55035, les prohíbe a los estudiantes que hayan           estudiantes pueden hacer una cita por Internet en http://www.lahc.
completado 30 unidades de cursos de “remediación” (habilidades               edu/sars/assessment/eSARS.asp, en persona en la Oficina del Centro de
básicas) que se matriculen en cursos de competencias básicas de crédito      Evaluación (SSA 118), en las computadoras disponibles en el vestíbulo
adicional. Al comenzar el ciclo de matriculación del invierno del 2010,      del edificio SSA, o por teléfono al (310) 233 -4072.
este requisito será reforzado para diciembre. Si un estudiante, que
ha superado el límite de las 30 unidades, se matricula en un curso de
crédito o sin crédito de ESL, al estudiante se le permitirá matricularse     La Oficina de Admisión:
en otros cursos de habilidades básicas. Además, el Título 5 exime a los      M-Th 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Cerrado el Viernes
estudiantes con dificultades de aprendizaje. La Oficina de DSPS puede                    (2/6 - 2/9, 2/13 - 2/16 solamente)
autorizar una redefinición del sistema para estos estudiantes. La función
de anulación real se encuentra en A & R; por lo tanto, la Oficina de DSPS     La Oficina del Cajero: (A un lado de la tienda de libros)
tendrá que coordinar este esfuerzo con la Oficina de Admisiones. Esta         M-Th      9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Cerrado el Viernes
restricción no se le aplica a los cursos no acreditados de habilidades
básicas. Los estudiantes, que han superado el límite de las 30 unidades,
deben ser alentados a inscribirse en cursos de habilidades básicas sin       (Horas extendidas durante período del registro)


 108      Información en Español                                                                              LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
                      Los Angeles Harbor College es reconocida por el Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
 COMO MATRICULARSE EN HARBOR COLLEGE
 Paso 1: LA SOLICITUD DE ADMISIÓN Y AYUDA FINANCIERA                                para obtener sus resultados de la prueba de evaluación.
 SOLICITAR EN LÍNEA:                                                                Paso 4: ASESORAMIENTO
   Inicie sesión en www.lahc.edu para presentar una solicitud en línea.               Para garantizar su éxito, visite a un consejero académico para hablar
 Por favor, asegúrese de enviar una dirección de correo electrónico válida.         sobre sus metas educativas. Póngase en el camino hacia el éxito con
 Usted recibirá un correo electrónico de confirmación una vez que su                 un plan educativo. Asegúrese de utilizar su tiempo, dinero y energía
 solicitud haya sido sometida. Usted recibirá su número de identificación            con prudencia al escoger los cursos correctos para cumplir sus metas.
 estudiantil y la cita de matriculación por correo electrónico dentro de            Usted puede hacer una cita con un consejero en línea http://www.
 cinco a diez días hábiles. Si usted no recibe los correos electrónicos             lahc.edu/sars/counseling/eSARS.asp. por teléfono al (310) 233-4299, o
 en su buzón de correo electrónico, por favor revise su spam / carpeta              en persona en el mostrador de información en el edificio de Servicios
 de correo basura. NOTA: A los estudiantes Fl Visa no se les permite                Estudiantiles y de Administración. Asegúrese de llevar su paquete de
 matricularse en línea. Los estudiantes deben ponerse en contacto con               orientación y los resultados de la prueba de evaluación con usted a su
 la Oficina de Estudiantes Internacionales para matricularse.                        cita de asesoramiento para que el consejero pueda ayudarle a desarrollar
 La Oficina de Ayuda Financiera puede ayudarle a acceder los recursos                un plan educativo basado en sus necesidades específicas.
 disponibles para el pago de su matrícula u otros costos asociados con
 asistir al colegio. Es muy importante que usted envíe todas las solicitudes        Paso 5: MATRICULACIÓN
 de ayuda financiera tan pronto como sea posible. Para más información,                El horario más actualizado de clases está disponible en la páginas web
 visite el sitio web de la Oficina de Ayuda Financiera http://www.lahc.              del Colegio Harbor: www.lahc.edu. Usted es responsable en utilizar
 edu/studentservices/finaid/index.html                                               el Sistema de Información Estudiantil para matricularse en las clases
                                                                                    basadas en su plan educativo y la disponibilidad del curso en el horario
 Paso 2: PRUEBA DE EVALUACIÓN Y COMPROBACIONES DE REQUISITOS                        de clases. Usted debe tener los números de sección del horario de clases
 PREVIOS                                                                            para poder matricularse. Los números de sección son el curso, la hora
   La prueba de evaluación es necesaria para todos los estudiantes que              y día específico.
 deseen matricularse en clases de inglés y / o en clases de matemáticas
 y que están siguiendo un plan para recibirse con un título de Associates           PARA MATRICULARSE EN CLASES: 1. Ir al www.lahc.edu 2. Haga clic en el
 Degree o un plan para transferirse a una universidad de cuatro años. Los           lugar “Register for Classes” que está en la esquina superior derecha de
 estudiantes pueden hacer una cita para tomar el examen de evaluación               la página web. 3. Siga las instrucciones en la página web para ingresar
 en http://www.lahc.edu/studentservices/matriculation/assessment.                   al Sistema de Información Estudiantil para matricularse en sus clases.
 html o llamando al (310) 233-4072. También, uno puede tomar las                    4. Asegúrese de utilizar el web enlace “View Schedule” para ver e
 pruebas sin tener que hacer cita. Para más detalles, consulte las páginas          imprimir su horario de clases.
 de web del Centro de Evaluación de Requisitos http://www.lahc.edu/
 studentservices/matriculation/assessment.html. Los requisitos previos              Paso 6: PAGAR LAS CUOTAS
 que han sido completados en otro colegio, deben ser aprobados por la                 Las cuotas se pueden pagar en línea con tarjeta de crédito o débito a
 Oficina de Asesoramiento. Se requiere una copia oficial o no official del              través del Sistema de Información Estudiantil en https://eweb4.laccd.
 expediente académico para este propósito. Algunas clases de ciencias               edu/WebStudent/signon.asp Cheques y giros postales son aceptados
 tienen requisitos previos que necesitan la aprobación también. Por favor,          por correo en la oficina del cajero, Los Angeles Harbor College, 1111
 vea el horario de clases para obtener una lista de los requisitos previos.         Figueroa Place, Wilmington, CA 90744 o en persona en la oficina del
                                                                                    cajero ubicada en el Seahawk Center.
 Paso 3: ORIENTACIÓN                                                                  Si a usted se le ha favorecido una exención de cuotas u otra ayuda
   Después de completar la prueba de evaluación, usted participará en               financiera, asegúrese de verificar que sus cuotas hayan sido pagadas
 la orientación y tomará una pequeña prueba. La orientación le dará una             al Student Information System. Haga clic en “View and pay fees.” Los
 visión general de los servicios de apoyo disponibles y de los programas            permisos de estacionamiento se pueden comprar en línea o en persona
 académicos y vocacionales. Para ahorrar un poco de tiempo, usted                   en la oficina del cajero.
 también puede tomar la orientación en línea en http://www.lahc.edu/
 studentservices/matriculation/welcome.html antes de tomar la prueba                Paso 7: LA TARJETA DE IDENTIFICACIÓN ESTUDIANTIL
 de evaluación. Usted debe recordar de completar el examen al final de                 Asegúrese de llevar su horario de clases al segundo piso del Seahawk
 la orientación, imprimir los resultados de la prueba y llevarlos al Centro         Center, Oficina de Actividades Estudiantiles, para obtener una tarjeta
 de Evaluación. Usted debe completar la orientación para los estudiantes            de identificación estudiantil. Esta tarjeta es necesaria para acceder a
                                                                                    todos los servicios estudiantiles.
     CÓMO LEER EL HORARIO ESTO SÓLO
             UNA MUESTRA
                                    EL NÚMERO DEL CURSO                                   El TÍTULO DEL CURSO

TRANSFERIBILIDAD &                                                                                                                        LA DESCRIPCIÓN DEL
LAS UNIDADES                                                                                                                              CURSO
DE CRÉDITO

                                       ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 3                                            3 units
                                       Legal Aspects of Evidence (csu)
                                       This course includes the kinds and degrees of evidence and the rules governing the admissibility
EL NÚMERO DE                           of evidence in court. (CAN AJ 6)
LA SECCIÓN                             0778         8:00 - 9:25        TTh           Young                          B1
                                        3536        6:50 - 10:00       Th            Sanchez                        B1




LAS CLASES DE NOCHE                                                                                                                        EL EDIFICIO Y EL AULA
EN LETRAS OSCURAS                                   LA HORA Y EL DÍA            EL (LA) PROFESOR(A)



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      ¿Usted Califica Para Una Renuncia De Cuotas?
Si usted recibió una renuncia del honorario para la caída 2011, rodará automáticamente encima al resorte 2012.
                                           Usted no necesita reaplicar

         Llene la solicitud y tráigala a la Oficina de
                   Asistencia Financiera
              (Financial Aid Office), SSA 114.
                      Horas de Oficina de Asistencia Financiera:
                       de lunes a jueves: 10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
                       lunes por la noche: 5:00p.m. – 7:00p.m.

         La Oficina de Asistencia Financiera está cerrada los viernes.

          Hay tres maneras para calificar (vea la solicitud)


  Método A
  Si usted recibe Asistencia General O, usted o sus padres reciben beneficios de TANF/CalWorks
  O SSI, traiga la solicitud y un “Anuncio de Acción” (“Notice of Action”) recién o, una copia de
  su cheque mas recién hecho a la Oficina de Asistencia Financiera.

  Método B
  Cumpliendo con los requisitos de ingresos, los estudiantes que son dependientes traigan los
  documentos de los impuestos de sus padres del 2010. Los estudiantes que son independientes,
  taigan sus documentos de 2010 junto con la solicitud. Si usted es un dependiente y sus padres
  no presentaron una declaración de impuestos, levante un formulario llamado “Parent’s Income
  Certification” en la Oficina de Asistencia Financiera para que sus padres se la firmen.

  Necesidad Financiera
  Si usted no califica para los métodos de arriba, debe someter una solicitud titulada “Free
  Application for Federal Student Aid” para determinar si tiene una necesidad financiera. Si ya lo
  hizo, simplemente venga a la Oficina de Asistencia Financiera (Financial Aid Office ) y pregunte
  si califica para una renuncia de cuotas titulada “BOG”.


                             ¡ No Espere!
            ¡Solicite Antes De La Matriculación Telefónica!



110    Información en Español                                                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
LA OFICINA DE CONDESCENDENCIA
Nina Malone, Decano                                                        sexual o por ser veterano de guerra en nuestros programas y
Seahawk Center, 2o Piso, Oficina A (310) 233-4651                           actividades de empleo y de instrucción. La la falta de habilidades
  √ Defensora de Los Intereses de Los Alumnos                              lingüísticas de inglés no será un impedimento para el acceso y la
  √ Oficial sobre el Acoso Sexual                                           participación en programas relacionados al oficio o al empleo. Sin
  √ Oficial de la Acción Afirmativa                                          embargo, muchas clases requieren competencia en el inglés. El
  √ Oficial sobre la Igualdad en los Géneros                                colegio le ofrecerá asistencia con la adquisición de las habilidades
  √ Oficial de Condescendencia para los Americanos con                      lingüísticas del inglés. Las preguntas sobre las reglas de de la igualdad
       Incapacidades                                                       de oportunidades o, sobre cómo sentar una denuncia pueden ser
  √ Mediadora en la Resolución de Disputas.                                dirigidas a: Nina Malone (310) 233-4651.

   La Oficina de Condescendenia tiene la responsibilidad de ejercer         Un Ambiente Laboral Libre de Humo de Tabaco
deberes investigativos, analíticos, de mediación, y de entrenamiento          Para cumplir con el compromiso del colegio de proveer un
relacionado al proceso de quejas, los motivos que realizan quejas y        ambiente saludable y tomar en cuenta el peligro a la salud que le
las apelaciones en las áreas como: la igualidad en la oportunidad de       trae el uso del tabaco y el humo segundario, por medio de P.A.C., el
empleo, el acoso sexual, la igualdad en los géneros, la práctica de        colegio ha adoptado la siguiente norma para promover un ambiente
derechos civiles, los servicios para los incapacitados y la resolución     colegial libre de humo de tabaco. Esta regla se les aplica a todos los
de quejas para los estudiantes, los miembros de la facultad y los          estudiantes, a los miembros de la facultad, a los de la administración,
empleados de Harbor College.                                               a los empleados y a los visitantes.

Una Norma que Apoya un Ambiente Laboral Libre de Drogas                    Las prohibiciones
   De acuerdo con la Seccion 22 del Acto de 1989 de Escuelas y                Se prohibe fumar o el uso de cualquier otros tipos de productos
Comunidades Libres de Drogas, Los Angeles Harbor College se                de tabaco dentro de todas las áreas de servicio del colegio y en todos
esfuerza para mantener un colegio libre de drogas y alcohol para sus       los vehículos mantenidos por el colegio. El colegio también prohibe
estudiantes y empleados. A los empleados y a los estudiantes se les        el uso, la venta o la promoción de todos los productos de tabaco
prohiben la fabricación ilegal, la distribución, la dispensación, el uso   en cualquier área de servicio administrado por el colegio o, como
y la posesion de una substancia controlada y del alcohol en todos          parte de una actividad patrocinada por el colegio. Además, el código
los edificios, la propiedad, las áreas de servicio o, en la localidad de    atlético estatal le prohibe a un(a) atleta, a un(a) entrenador(a) o, a
negocios del Distrito. (según indican las Reglas del Consejo sobre         una empleado(a) el uso de cualquier producto de tabaco durante
las Reglas de Conducta, Sección 9803.19).                                  una práctica o un evento atlético.
   El colegio mantiene unos principios que promueven una
conciencia libre de drogas y alcohol para informar a los estudiantes       La Norma sobre el Acoso Sexual
y a los empleados sobre los peligros y los riesgos a la salud que             La norma del Los Angeles Community College District es proveer
le pueden traer el abuso de drogas y de alcohol en un ambiente             un ambiente educativo, de empleo y de negocios libre de avances
laboral, en el colegio y durante las actividades patrocinadas por el       sexuales, pedidos de favores sexuales u otra conducta física o forma
colegio. Los estudiantes y los empleados serán informados sobre las        comunicativa que constituye el acoso sexual. Los empleados, los
sanciones que se les impondrán por la violación de los principios y se     estudiantes u otras personas que representan al Districto, que
les avisarán sobre la disposición del asesoramiento, el tratamiento        se involucren en el acoso sexual, tal como lo define la norma
y la asistencia con la rehabilitación relacionada al uso de drogas y       del Districto o la ley estatal o federal, estarán expuestos a ser
alcohol. La declaración de esta norma sirve como la notificación            disiplinados hasta incluso ser despedidos, expulsados o que se les
anual tal como lo requiere la ley. A todos los estudiantes y a todos       cancele el contrato. Las reglas y los procedimientos específicos para
los empleados se les exigen que cumplan con esta norma como                reportar cargos de acoso sexual y para proseguir con los remedios
condición para mantener su posición como alumno o empleado                 disponibles están incorporados en las Reglas del Consejo de LACCD,
continuo. Cualquier estudiante o empleado que viole esta norma,            Capítulo 15. El Los Angeles Community College District tiene una
se le podría obligar que participe satisfactoriamente en un programa       norma que provee los procedimientos formales e informales para
de rehabilitación de abuso de substancia y o, podría ser sujeto a          resolver quejas.
una acción disiplinaria hasta e incluso el despido o la exclusión bajo        Las copias de las reglas y los procedimientos se pueden obtener
las reglas aplicables del Distrito. Además, un(a) empleado(a) que          de Ms. Nina Malone, Oficial de Condesendencia sobre el Acoso
haya sido declarado(a) culpable del cualquier crimen relacionado           Sexual, al (310) 233-4651, de Ms. Yvonne Pueblos, Defensora de los
al uso de drogas en el ambiente laboral, tendrá que notificar al            Estudiantes al (310) 233-4038 o, llamando a la oficina del Vice rector
Departamento de Empleo (Personnel Office) cinco (5) días después             de Programas de Acción Afirmativa al (213) 891-2315.
de la condena.                                                                Cualquier miembro de la Comunidad Colegial, lo cual incluye
                                                                           estudiantes, miembros de la facultad y empleados, que cree que
Cumplir Con la Igualdad en las Oportunidades                               existe, percibe o, realmente experimentó conducta que podría
   LA Harbor College está comprometido a la filosofía de igualdad           constituir el acoso sexual, tiene el derecho de solicitar la ayuda
en la oportunidad e igualdad al acceso de todos sus programas de           del colegio. Cada empleado tiene la responsabildad de reportar tal
instrucción y servicios. Por lo tanto, mantenemos una posición             conducta al Oficial de Condesendencia sobre el Acoso Sexual cuando
firmemente comprometida a no permite la discriminación sobre                es dirigido hacia los estudiantes. A los demandantes en cuestión, se
la base de: raza, color, origin nacional, abolengo, religión, credo        les avisarán sobre qué remedios de derecho civil, incluyendo pero
religioso, sexo, edad, incapacidad física, estado civil, preferencia       no limitado a requerimientos judiciales, órdenes de restricción u
                                                                           otras órdenes podrían estar a su disposición.

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LAS REGLAS GENERALES DEL COLEGIO
La Declaración Sobre La Misión                                               renunciarán su derecho para tener un lugar en élla. Se reconoce que
   La misión de Los Angeles harbor College es ofrecer un ambiente que        los estudiantes podrán tener razones ligítimas por no poder asistir a
fomenta el aprendizaje al proveer programas que cumplen con las              la primera y o a la segunda sesión de una clase en particular. A un(a)
necesidades educativas de los estudiantes y que son apropiadas y útiles      estudiante que se le aplique esta circunstancia, tendrá que notificar al(a
para la comunidad que servimos, incluyendo:                                  la) profesor (a) por escrito por lo menos un día de negocio antes de la
• Programas de títulos y de transferencias                                   primera reunión, explicándole las razones por su ausencia de la clase. Se
• Preparación vocacional y para la fuerza laboral                            recomienda sumamente que la notificación por escrito sea enviada por
• Instrucción de habilidades básicas                                         medio de correo certificado o registrado para que el estudiante tenga
• Inglés como segunda lengua                                                 prueba de la notificación. El (la) profesor (a) considerá las circunstancias
• Cursos que permiten a uno ganar crédito y los que no permiten a uno        de mitigación al decidir si despidirá o no despidirá al ( a la ) estudiante de
ganar crédito para el aprenduzaje por vida                                   la clase. Cuando las ausencias de un(a) estudiante exceden el número
• Educación por medio de contrato, incluyendo entrenamiento particular       de horas que una clase se reune, el (la)profesor(a) considerará si hay
para un ambiente corporativo                                                 circunstancias de mitigación que justifiquen las ausencias. El estudiante
• Servicios de comunidad                                                     tiene la responsabilidad de consultar con su profesor(a) sobre cualquier
• Servicios de apoyo                                                         ausencia que le podría alterar su estado en la clase.
• Información sobre el alfabetismo
  Un aspecto escencial de la misión hacia la comunidad que servimos          La Acreditación
es el avance en el crecimiento económico y la competencia global por           Los Angeles Harbor College es un colegio público de dos años que
medio de la educación, el entrenamiento y los servicios que contribuyen      provee servicios de enseñanza bajo el Los Angeles Community College
a la continuidad en la fuerza laboral y la responsabilidad cívica.           District Board of Trustees. Los Angeles Harbor College es oficialmente
  Estamos comprometidos al aprendizaje estudiantil en un ambiente            acreditado por el Western Association of Schools and Colleges y
educativo que reconoce la unicidad de los individuos, que provee un          estácompletamente aprovado bajo las regulaciones de los California
centro para el enriquecimiento cultural de la comunidad y que procura        Community Colleges. La Universidad de California y otros colegios y
un diálogo dinámico y una evaluación reflexiva y el mejoramiento de           otras universidades le dan crédito completo por los cursos apropiados
la institución por medio de evaluaciones progresivas de resultados           tomados.
mensurables relacionados al aprendizaje de los estudiantes (measurable
student learning outcomes).                                                  Tomar Cursos Como Oyente (Auditing)
                                                                              A los estudiantes se les podrían permitir tomar una clase como oyente
La Renovación Académica                                                      bajo las siguientes condiciones:
  La renovación académica consiste de la eliminación de 18 unidades de       El pago de una cuota de $15.00 por unidad. A los estudiantes que están
cursos en los cuales el(la) estudiante se ganó una nota menos de una         matriculados en diez unidades de semestre o más no se les cobrarán
“C” en el promedio académico (Grade point average). Al expediente            una cuota para participar como oyente en tres unidades o menos por
académico del (de la) estudiante se le ponen anotaciones y se indica         semestre.
esas notas que no deben ser incluídias en el cálculo del promedio            A ningún(a) estudiante que participe como oyente en un curso se le
académico. Un (a) estudiante puede pedir que su expediente académico         permitirá que cambie su estado de matriculación para recibir crédito
sea reexaminado para el proceso de renovación bajo las siguientes            por el curso.
condiciones:                                                                 La prioridad de matriculación se les dará a los estudiantes que desean
El (la) estudiante tuvo que haber logrado un promedio académico de           tomar el curso para recibir crédito.
2.5 en las últimas 15 unidades semestrales o, un 2.0 en las últimas 30       Si uno toma cursos como oyente, no podrá recibir un reembolso sobre
unidades semestrales completadas en cualquier colegio acreditado o           las cuotas.
universidad acreditada.                                                      Para que un(a) estudiante pueda participar como oyente en una clase,
Por lo menos dos años de calendario tuvieron que haber pasado                él (ella) tendrá que obtener la autorización del(de la) profesor(a) por
desde el tiempo que el trabajo de curso que se debe remover fue              escrito.
completado. La renovación académica no remueve las notas llamada
“subtandard grades” del expediente académico del estudiante. La              Cortesía en la sala de clases
renovación se aplica al promedio académico sólo para el propósito de          Como esta aprobado por la Organización Asociada la los Estudiantes
LAHC. Los estudiantes que se van a transferir a otros colegios o a otras     (Associated Student Organization) y por el Senado Académico (Academic
universidades, todavía tendrán en su expediente todos los cursos en los      Senate), todos los teléfonos celulares y todos los aparatos que emiten
cuales recibieron calificaciones inferiores a las establecidas, a menos que   sonidos tendrán que estar apagados todo el tiempo durante las clases.
el curso sea repetido para obtener la remoción de la calificación. Favor      Se acepta que los teléfonos celulares y los beepers estén puestos en el
de leer la sección titulada “Course Repetition to Remove Substandard         modo de vibrar pero no se permite el uso de audífonos.
Grades.” Para trabajo de estudios completados recientemente en otra
parte, se tiene que tener los expedientes académicos archivados en la        El College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
oficina de Admisión y Expedientes (Admissions and Records)                      CLEP es un programa del College Entrance Examination Board que le
                                                                             permite a los adultos ganarse crédito colegial por medio de un examen.
Las Reglas sobre la Asistencia                                               Para calificar para recibir crédito de CLEP, un(a) estudiante tiene que
  Se espera que el (la) estudiante asista a cada sesión de todas las         estar matriculado(a) en Harbor College durante el semestre en que se
clases en las cuales está matriculado(a). Los estudiantes que se han         le otorgue el crédito, haya completado un mínimo de 12 unidades de
matriculado antemano en una clase y que no asisten a la primera sesión,      crédito en Harbor College y tener un promedio académico de 2.00 o
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CLEP, él o ella tendrá que verificar si es aceptable en la institución con      el curso, hará la última decisión sobre la petición del estudiante para
el propósito intentado. La mayoría de los catálogos de los colegios            obtener crédito por medio de un examen. Las peticiones para obtener
contienen información sobre la cantidad de créditos de CLEP que serán          crédito vía un examen serán procesadas y los exámenes se efectuarán
aceptado. Para más información, llame al (310) 233-4230 para ver a             sólo durante un semestre regular. Los estudiantes deben comunicarse
un (a) consejero (a).                                                          con la Oficina de Admisión (Admissions Office) para obtener una petición
                                                                               durante la etapa temprana del semestre.
La Matriculación Concurrente                                                    La fecha y hora del examen son la responsabilidad del departamento y
 No se permite la matriculación concurrente en más de una sección del          de los profesores involucrados. Información adicional debe ser adquirida
mismo curso. Los distintos módulos de un solo curso no se consideran           en la Oficina de Admisión o del (de la) Jefe (a) del Departamento
ser el mismo curso. Los cursos que son designados como equivalentes            apropiado.
(“same as”) no se pueden tomar concurrentemente. No se permite la
matriculación en las clases que muestran tener horarios conflictivos. La        La Opción Credit/No Credit
violación de estas regulaciones le resultará en la exclusión de una clase       Uno puede tomar un máximo de 15 unidades bajo la opción “credit/no
y la negación de crédito en ambos cursos.                                      credit” y aplicarlas al Associate Degree. Un (a) estudiante puede elegir
                                                                               en tomar un curso por semestre bajo la opción “credit/no credit”. Si un
La Repetición de Cursos y la Repetición de Actividades                         estudiante desea tomar un curso bajo la opción “credit/no credit”, tiene
  Ciertos cursos en el horario de las clases se pueden repetir para            que notificar a la Oficina de Admisión para el final de la sexta semana.
obtener crédito adicional. Estos cursos, marcados “RPT”, le permite al(a       Después de esta fecha, todos los cursos se toman para obtener una
la ) estudiante ampliar su experiencia educativa. La cantidad de veces         calificación regular. Después de completar la petición para tomar un
que uno puede matricularse en estos cursos, se limita a un máximo de           curso bajo la opción “credit/no credit”, la nota recibida no se puede
tres repeticiones. Entonces, la cantidad total de veces que uno puede          cambiar a una calificación tradicional. La terminación satisfactoria de
tomar una clase, incluyendo las 3 repeticiones, es (4). Una limitación         un curso bajo la opción de “credit/no credit” es equivalente a la nota
de actividad también se les aplica a los cursos que no se permiten             de “C” o mejor. Los estudiantes que eligen la opción “credit/no credit”
repetir por lo que son sino por la actividad semejante que existe. Por         tienen que saber que aunque este tipo de calificación no se calcula en
ejemplo, hay varios títulos de cursos semejantes en arte, música, teatro       el promedio académico en LAHC, la calificación de “credit/no credit” se
y educación física que se consideran ser la misma actividad. Un(a)             podría considerar como lo equivalente a una “C” por colegios de cuatro
estudiante puede matricularse cuatro veces en cursos que se consideren         años al considerar los solicitantes para la admisión. El (la) estudiante
ser la misma actividad. El exceso en las veces de la matriculación le          debe consultar con un(a) consejero(a) antes de elegir la opción de
resultará en un despido administrativo de la clase. Consulte con un(a)         “credit/no credit”.
consejero (a) para la lista de restricciones relacionada a la matriculación.   La Calificación Incompleta (Incomplete)
                                                                                Una calificación de “I” (Incomplete) tiene que completarse lo máximo
La Repetición de Cursos para Remover las Calificaciones Inferiores a            un año después desde el final del término en que fue asignada. Si una
las Establecidas                                                               nota Incompleta no es completada para el fin de plazo, será reemplazada
 Los estudiantes pueden repetir un total de 15 unidades por las cuales         con una calificación determinada por el(la) profesor(a). Cada clase por
recibieron unas calificaciones de índole inferior (substandard grades)          la cual una calificación de “I” es grabada, no se puede repetir hasta que
menos de una “C”. Los estudiantes sólo pueden repetir el mismo curso           la “I” sea removida.
dos veces para cumplir con este propósito. Los estudiantes tienen que
someter una petición general en la oficina de admisión para poder               Las Excursiones
repetir un curso por la segunda vez. Al completar la primera repetición         Algunas clases podrían efectuarse fuera del colegio. A menos que usted
de un curso, un (a) estudiante tiene que someter una petición en la            haya sido aconsejado(a) específicamente por unempleado(a) de LAHC,
Oficina de Admisión (Admissions Office) pidiendo el ajuste al promedio            usted es responsable por conseguir su propia transportación hacia la
académico. Al completar la segunda repetición de un curso, un (a)              localidad de la clase y desde la dicha localidad. LAHC no asume el riesgo
estudiante tiene someter una petición la Oficina de Admisión pidiendo           o la responsabilidad por la transportación de personas hacia y desde
un ajuste en el promedio académico. La calificación más alta se utilizará       una localidad por medio de un vehiculo operado por cualquier persona
para hacer los cálculos.                                                       que no esté autorizada por el Districto.

El Crédito por medio de Examen                                                 Los Módulos
 En lugar de matricularse o completar el curso, un(a) estudiante puede           Un “parent course” es un curso que dura un semester y que está
someter una petición para tomar un examen para obtener crédito por             dividido en módulos. Los módulos existen en beneficio de esos
el curso si él o ella:                                                         estudiantes que no serán exitosos en su intento de completar el curso
está matriculado(a) actualmente en el colegio, su estado académico             entero en un solo semestre. Un(a) estudiante que aprueba un curso y
está bueno, no está bajo probación progresiva o académica, tiene un            que en un semestre más adelante recibe una nota de aprobación en el
promedio académico de 2.0 o más y ha completado 12 unidades dentro             curso entero, no recibirá crédito por los módulos del curso que tomó
del Los Angeles Community College district.                                    previamente.
no ha completado ni está en el proceso de completar un curso por el cual
ha sometido una petición para obtener crédito por medio de un examen.          Los Requisitos
no ha completado ni está en el proceso de completar un curso más                Los estudiantes que se matriculen en un curso sin haber cumplido con
avanzado que el curso por el cual se ha pedido crédito.                        sus requisitos, no recibirán crédito por el curso. Un(a) estudiante no
no ha intentado pedir crédito por medio de examinación por el mismo            puede matricularse concurrentemente en un curso avanzado y en su
curso previamente.                                                             requisito y recibir crédito en ambos cursos, a menos que la matriculación
no pide crédito por medio de examen por cursos completados en la               concurrente se permita especificamente en los requisitos del curso
escuela secundaria.                                                            avanzado. Si el(la) estudiante ya completó un curso avanzado, él o ella no
  Los estudiantes que califiquen bajo estos requisitos, tienen que              puede matricularse después en los requisitos del curso y recibir crédito.
presentar evidencia al (a la) Jefe(a) del Departamento apropiado. No
todos los cursos ofrecidos por un departamento califican para el proceso        La Probación y la Despedida
de crédito por medio de examen. El departamento en el cual se ofrece            A Los estudiantes bajo probación académica se les aconseja que vean a
                                                                               un(a) consejero(a) antes de matricularse. Los estudiantes que están bajo




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probación académica que no han mantenido un promedio académico               (Regla del Consejo 9803.15) La obstrucción o la interrupción de los
de por lo menos 2.0, nivel de “C”, en un mínimo de 12 unidades de            procedimientos de las clases, administrativos, disciplinarios o de
trabajo colegial intentado, ya sea en LAHC o en otro colegio acreditado,     actividades autorizadas por el Colegio.
están bajo el estado de probación. Los estudiantes que progresen bajo        (Regla del Consejo 9803.16) El robo o el daño a la propiedad del
el estado de probación, también serán puestos bajo la probación si su        Colegio, a la de un miembro de la comunidad Colegial o, a la de un
totalidad de unidades de “NC” (No credit), “I” (Incomplete) y o “W”          visitante del colegio.
(Withdrawal) excede cinquenta porciento 50 % del número total de
unidades completadas.                                                        (Regla del Consejo 9803.17) La alteración malévola o intencional del
   Los estudiantes bajo probación están expuestos a ser despedidos           orden público o de la tranquilidad de cualquiera de los Colegios de
si han logrado un promedio académico menos de 2.0 en todas las               la Comunidad de Los Angeles por ruido fuerte o fuera de lo normal
unidades intentadas en por lo menos tres semestres consecutivos o, si        o cualquier amenaza, el reto a una pelea, una pelea o, la violación
su número total de unidades de “NC” (No Credit), “I” (Incomplete y o         de cualquiera de las reglas de conducta presentada en este Artículo.
“W” (Withdrawal) excede cincuenta porciento 50% de la cifra total de         Cualquier persona cuya conducta viole esta sección, será considerada
unidades completadas en por lo menos tres semestres consecutivos. El         como una persona quien ha interferido con la conducta pacífica de las
despido de un colegio que pertenece al Los Angeles Community College         actividades del colegio donde los dichos actos fueron cometidos.
District descalifica a un(a) estudiante de ser admitido a otro colegio        (Regla del Consejo 9803.18) Asalto o agresión, abuso o cualquier tipo
del Districto. Para más información, favor de ver a un/a consejero/a.        de amenaza de fuerza o violencia dirigida hacia cualquier miembro de la
                                                                             comunidad Colegial o visitante involucrado en actividades autorizadas.
Patines/El Uso de Tablas de Patinar Sobre Ruedas
                                                                             (Regla del Consejo 9803.19) Cualquier tipo de posesión de substancias
  Se prohibe el uso de patines (incluyendo los que tienen la forma
                                                                             controladas que podrían constituir una violación del Código de Salud y
inclinada) y de tablas de patinar sobre ruedas en el colegio. Animales:
                                                                             Seguridad sección 11350 o el Código de Negocios y Profesiones, sección
No se permiten animales en el colegio. Sin embargo, uno puede obtener
                                                                             4230, cualquier uso de substancias controladas que también están
autorización para usar un “perro de servicio” por medio de Academic
                                                                             prohibidas bajo los mismos códigos o, el uso de bebidas alcohólicas
Affairs o Special Programs and Services.
                                                                             estando en ualquier propiedad del Districto, en los colegios del
                                                                             Districto o, al estar participando durante cualquier función o excursión
Las Clases de Corto Plazo
                                                                             patrocinada por el colegio. “Substancias controladas”, tal como el
  Las clases de catorce semanas y otras clases de corto plazo están
                                                                             término es usado en esta sección, incluyen pero no están limitadas a
diseñadas para esos estudiantes a quienes les podrían beneficiar un
                                                                             las siguientes drogas y a los siguientes narcóticos: opiatos, derivativos
horario de clase no tradicional. Además de las clases ofrecidas durante
                                                                             del opio, mescalina, substancias que producen alucinaciones, peyote,
las horas de la manana, las clases de corto plazo están programadas
                                                                             mariguana, estimulantes, sedativos y cocaína.
para las tardes, las noches y los sábados.Para información adicional,
llame al (310) 233-4230.                                                     (Regla del Consejo 9803.20) La posesión de cualquier objeto que pudiera
                                                                             usarse como arma letal estando en el colegio. Los únicos que pueden
Las Reglas Relacionadas a la Conducta de los Estudiantes                     portar tal objeto son agentes del orden público, oficiales de la policía
  Un(a) estudiante que se matricule en uno de los Colegios de la             y otros empleados del gobierno encargados con las responsabilidades
Comunidad de Los Angeles espera justamente que la facultad y los             relacionadas al servicio de policía.
administradores mantengan un ambiente en el cual haya libertad               (Regla del Consejo 9803.21) Comportamiento, al estar presente en uno
para aprender. Ésto requiere que hayan condiciones y oportunidades           de los colegios o en una función patrocinada por uno de los colegios,
apropiadas en las aulas y en el Colegio.                                     que esté inconsistente con las reglas antidiscriminatorias del Districto,
 Como miembros de la Comunidad Colegial, los estudiantes deben ser           las cuales requieren que todos los programas y todas las actividades
aconsejados a desarrollar la capacidad para tener un jucio crítico, para     del Districto de los Colegios de la Communidad de Los Angeles sean
involucrarse en la búsqueda sostenida e independiente de la verdad           operados(as) de manera que estén libres de discriminación basada en:
y para que desempeñen sus derechos a la libertad en la investigación         raza, color, origen nacional, abolengo, credo religioso, sexo, por estar
y sus derechos a la libertad en el habla de una manera responsable y         embarazada, estado civil, preferencia sexual, edad, incapacidad física
no violenta.                                                                 o por el estado de veterano.
  Los estudiantes tendrán que respetar y obedecer la ley civil y la ley
criminal y estarán expuestos a penalidades legales por la violación de       (Regla del Consejo 9803.22) Cualquier reunión de dos o más personas
las leyes de la ciudad, del condado, del estado y de la nación.              para 1) cometer un acto ilegal o, 2) hacer un acto legal pero de una
  La conducta de los estudiantes tiene que conformar con las reglas y        manera ruidosa o tumultuosa.
las regulaciones del Districto y del colegio. La violación de tales reglas   (Regla del Consejo 9803.23) Cualquier acuerdo entre dos o más personas
y regulaciones, por la cual los estudiantes están expuestos a acción         para llevar a cabo actos ilegales.
disciplinaria, incluye, pero no está limitada a lo siguiente:
                                                                             (Regla del Consejo 9803.24) Una expresión implicada o directa con el
(Regla del Consejo 9803.10) La desobedencia intencional de las               propósito de infligir daño físico o mental/emocional y, o acciones como
instrucciones de los oficiales del colegio que desempeñan sus deberes.        perseguir a una persona y si una persona lo fuera a interpretar como
(Regla del Consejo 9803.11) La violación de las reglas y las regulaciones    una amenaza a la seguridad personal o a la de su propiedad. Amenazas
del Colegio, incluyendo ésas que están relacionadas a las organizaciones     podrían incluir expresiones verbales, expresiones escritas, amenazas vía
de los estudiantes, al uso de lugares de servicios del Colegio o, al         el teléfono o, amenazas físicas.
tiempo, al lugar y a la manera de expresión pública o a la distribución      (Regla del Consejo 9803.25) Conducta que podría considerarse
de materiales.                                                               desordenada incluyendo: Vestimenta lujuriosa o indecente o, conducta
(Regla del Consejo 9803.12) La deshonestidad, como haciendo trampas          que interrumpe las clases o las actividades del colegio; violación de la
de nivel académico o, concientemente proveyéndole información falsa          paz del colegio; ayudando o incitando a otra persona a violar la paz en
al Colegio.                                                                  la propiedad del colegio o durante funciones.
(Regla del Consejo 9803.13) La entrada no autorizada a o, el uso no          (Regla del Consejo 9803.26) El robo o el abuso de recursos relacionados
autorizado de los servicios del Colegio.                                     a las computadoras incluyendo pero no limitado a: a) la entrada
                                                                             no autorizada a un archivo para leer o cambiar el contenido o, para
(Regla del Consejo 9803.14) La falsificación, la alteración, o el mal uso     cualquier otro propósito. b) La transferencia no autorizada de un
de documentos, expedientes o de la identificación del Colegio.                expediente. c) el uso no autorizado de la identificación de otra persona




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y de su código personal. d) el uso de los sitios de las computadoras para     de las siguientes cuatro maneras. Se pueden hacer en persona en el
interferir con el trabajo de un miembro de la facultad estudiantil o de un    Assessment center, en las computadoras del Assessment Center, por
oficial del colegio o, para alterar los expedientes del districto. e) el uso   teléfono al (310) 233-4072 y al http://www.lahc.edu/sars/assessment/
de programas de computadoras (“software”) que no se le han otorgado           esars.asp
una licencia. f) Copiar programas de computadoras (“software”) sin
autorización. g) el uso de los lugares de las computadoras para accesar,      El Associated Student Organization
mandar o involucrarse en mensajes que son obscenos, que amenazan,              El Associated Student Organization (ASO) representa a todos
que defaman, que presentan un peligro que está presente y claro, que          los estudiantes y patrocina actividades, incluyendo el atletismo,
violan la regulación que está de acuerdo con la ley y, o que interrumpen      publicaciones, reuniones, entrega de premios, servicios para
substancialmente la operación ordenada de un colegio. h) el uso de            estudiantes, actividades sociales y organizaciones. El ingreso al ASO. no
los sitios de las computadoras para interferir con la operación regular       es obligatorio. El(la) estudiante paga esta cuota de manera totalmente
del sistema computarizado del colegio o del Districto.                        voluntaria; sin embargo, hay beneficios únicos asociados al ASO. El
                                                                              ingreso a esta organización permite a uno participar en actividades y
Las Listas de Espera (Waiting Lists. También llamadas Listas de               eventos patrocinados por el ASO., incluyendo la entrada gratuita a los
“Stand-By”)                                                                   juegos atléticos y a ciertos eventos sociales. Otros beneficios incluyen:
  A los estudiantes que aparecen en las listas de espera no se les            descuentos en los parques de atracción y en los cines, el descuento de
garantizan la matriculación en una clase. Según las condiciones y el          $3.00 del estacionamiento, descuentos fuera del colegio, asesoramiento
tamaño de la clase, los(las) profesores(as) pueden distribuir permisos        legal gratuito y la tarjeta de identificación (el ID) gratis. A todos los
para añadir clases.                                                           estudiantes se les invitan a relajarse o a estudiar en el salón social
                                                                              de estudiantes ubicado en el segundo piso del Seahawk Center. Los
                                                                              juegos de billar, juegos de mesa, cafe y de video están disponibles. Para
LOS SERVICOS DE ENSENANZA Y LOS SERVICIOS PARA                                información adicional, llame al (310) 233-4594.
LOS ESTUDIANTES
                                                                              La Librería
Academic Success Action Plan (El Proyecto A.S.A.P.)                             La librería del colegio está ubicada en el primer piso del Sea Hawk
 El proyecto A.S.A.P. es un proyecto financiado federalmente y diseñado        Center. La librería está abierta de lunes – jueves de las 8:00 a.m. – 7:00
para proveerles servicios especiales e instrucción a los estudiantes          p.m. y los viernes de las 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.. Durante las primeras
elegibles con incapacidades quienes muestran una necesidad académica          dos semanas del semestre, la librería está abierta de lunes – jueves de
y o, financiera. Para información adicional, llame al (310) 233-4535 o         las 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. y los viernes de las 8:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m.. La
(310) 233-4536 o (310) 233-4620.                                              librería está cerrada los sábados y los domingos.

La Evaluación                                                                 Las Reglas de la Librería:
     Los nuevos estudiantes que están matriculándose y han sometido            Se acepta cheques personales, Visa y MasterCard solo por la cantidad
una solicitud para asistir LAHC tienen que hacer una cita para tomar          total de la compra. Se requiere dos identificaciones: una copia corriente
el examen de evaluación “COMPASS-ACT” antes de matricularse. Los              de la matrícula del(de la) estudiante y una licencia de conducir válida
Estudiantes que están regresando o están matriculándose para continuar        o un I.D. de California válido. Los cheques tienen que ser dirigidos a
y no han tomado el examen de evaluación, tambien tendrán que                  Harbor College Bookstore. No se aceptarán cheques de otro estado o
tomarlo (al menos que hayan sido exentos). La oficina de Admisiones            los de compañías o negocios. Antes de recibir un reembolso, un cheque
y Expedientes (Admissions & Records Office) puede exentar de este               personal tiene que ser aprobado por medio del proceso bancario.
examen a estudiantes que ya tienen un título “Associate Degree” o             Después de 15 días, se le podría exigir que presente un cheque anulado
uno superior.                                                                 para obtener un reembolso. No se hará ningún reembolso en efectivo
      Los estudiantes que han sido evaluados en otro colegio (lo cual         por una compra hecha con una tarjeta de crédito. La institución bancaria
incluye el examen de colocación en inglés y en matemáticas) podrian           apropiada será notificada y se concederá un crédito.
haber cumplido con los requisitos de la evaluación de LAHC. Estos
estudiantes le pueden traer a un consejero la copia de sus resultados         Las Reglas de Reembolsos Relacionadas a Libros
del examen de colocación, el expediente y/o el reporte de calificaciones.       Los libros usados se compran en la condición tal como están (“AS IS”) y
Tambien proveemos evaluación a las personas para quienes el inglés            la librería no se hace responsable por su condición. Se puede obtener un
es su segunda lengua.                                                         reembolso por la compra de libros solo bajo las siguientes condiciones.
   Si califican, los estudiantes pueden tomar el examen una vez durante        Todos los libros que se devuelvan, tienen que estar acompañados por un
los dos ciclos de exámens. Los ciclos empiezan de septiembre a                recibo de caja registradora entregado por al librería y que muestre una
febrero y de febrero a septiembre. Los calendarios con las fechas de          actual. No habrán excepciones a esta norma. Durante el semestre del
los exámenes están disponibles en campus múltiples o, póngase en              otoño y el de la primavera, los libros se tendrán que devolver durante los
contacto con El Assessment Center al (310) 233-4072 para las fechas           primeros 15 días del semestre. Durante la sesión del verano, se tendrán
específicas. Una vez que el estudiante se matrcule en una clase de             que devolver durante los primeros 5 días. Los días de fiesta, los sábados
inglés y/o matemáticas y reciba una calificación (o CR/NCR), ya no será        y los domingos no se consideran días de clase. Los libros se tendrán que
elegible para retomar la evaluación en esa material, por lo tanto debe        devolver en la misma condición que estaban cuando fueron comprados.
entonces seguir la sequencia de clases de inglés/matemáticas. Para            Los libros nuevos tienen que estar libres de cualquier marcas, manchas,
más información, favor de venir al Assessment Center en el edificio            borraduras y todas las páginas tienen que estar intactas.
de Servicios Estudiantiles y Administración (Student Services and               Los libros usados se tienen que devolver en una condición aceptable
Administration), cuarto 120                                                   determinada por los empleados de la librería. Los libros nuevos que se
 Los estudiantes necesitan traer una identificación con una foto válida        devuelvan con marcas o daños menores, se les reconocerá un reembolso
y el número de identificación de Harbor a las sesiones de exámenes. La         máximo de 75% de su valor original durante el período del reembolso.
información sobre la orientación y registración será presentada durante       Para obtener un reembolso por los libros que fueron comprados
la sesión de asesoramiento.                                                   después del decimoquinto día de escuela, se tendrán que devolver
  Además, del examen en inglés y matemáticas, el Assessment Center            dentro de 24 horas junto con un recibo de una caja registradora que
ofrece dos exámenes de capacidad en matemáticas, uno en febrero y             muestre una fecha actual. Los libros que no cumplan con las reglas del
uno en septiembre, uno en lectura sobre materia de enfermería (Nursing        reembolso, se considerán usados y estarán bajo las reglas de los libros
Reading Tests) al igual que uno llamado habilidad de beneficio Ability-        usados. Los libros de bolsillo, guías de estudio, diccionarios y libros de
To-Benefit (ATB), durante todo el año. Las citas se pueden hacer de una        actividades se tienen que devolver dentro de un período de 24 horas.
                                                                              No se entregarán reembolsos por los programas de estudio. Reglas de


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Reembolso Relacionadas a Materiales: Se puede obtener un reembolso
por el costo de los materiales requeridos por ciertas clases durante el       Los Servicios de Computadoras
semestre del otoño y el de la primavera solo si son devueltos durante              El aumento en el uso de las computadoras en todos los aspectos
los primeros 10 días. Durante la sesión del verano, se tendrán que            de la vida crea un aumento en la nececidad del conocimiento y los
devolver durante los primeros 5 días. Los artículos tendrán que estar         servicios ofrecidos en LAHC relacionados a éllas. Los estudiantes que
acompañados por un recibo de caja registradora que muestre una fecha          están matriculados pueden tener acceso a las computadoras en el
actual. De acuerdo a las Leyes de Salud de California, no se entregarán       LRC, LAC y en otros laboratorios “digitalizados” cuando las necesiten
reembolsos por gafas protectoras ni por articulos de uso personal. No         mientras que no se esten efectúando clases en dicha aula/laboratorio.
se entregará un reembolso por discos de computadoras y equipo de              Las computadoras que están fuera de las aulas están disponibles
enfermería. Reglas Relacionadas a La Compra de Libros: La Compra de           en las áreas de Acceso Libre (Open Access Areas), en la Biblioteca,
Libros (Book-Buy-Back) se efectúa durante la semana de los exámenes           Laboratorio de Matemáticas (Math Lab) cuarto 105B, y 105A. Para más
finales del semestre del otoño y el de la primavera. Para información          información, comuníquese con el LAC al (310) 233-4149. EL USO DE LAS
adicional, llame al (310) 233-4170.                                           COMPUTADORAS: En cualquier lugar, ya sea en el área de Acceso Libre
                                                                              o en los Laboratorios de Computadoras, usted tiene que presentar su
El Programa CARE                                                              tarjeta de identificación de alumno. Esta tarjeta de identificación se
  CARE es un programa educativo único que representa un esfuerzo              puede obtener en el Seahawk center en cualquier momento. LAS REGLAS
cooperativo entre el colegio comunitario y el Departamento de Servicios       SOBRE EL USO DEL INTERNET: las Reglas Sobre El Uso Del Internet
Sociales para asistir a padres solteros lograr sus metas educativas. El       están anunciadas en cada laboratorio. El LACCD y LAHC prohibe el uso
programa está disponible sólo para los estudiantes que califican para          del equipo del colegio para visitar lugares en el internet que contengan
EOPS. Para más información, ver Extended Opportunity Program and              material obsceno o inapropiado. Los estudiantes que ignoren estas
Services.                                                                     reglas, serán disciplinados.

 Si usted es padre o madre soltera y está interesado/a en desarrollar         Los Servicios de Asesoramiento
nuevas habilidades educativas, el Cooperative Agencies Resources for            El grupo de consejeros (as) ayudan a los estudiantes a definir sus
Education (CARE) puede ayudarle a nutrir su apetito de lograr sus metas       objetivos y a planear cómo lograrlos. Los consejeros están disponibles
y una mejor vida. El programa CARE ayuda a padres solteros que reciben        durante todo el año para asistir a los estudiantes continuos y a los nuevos
asistencia en efectivo a recibir el apoyo y el asesoramiento necesario        solicitantes a planear su programa colegial de estudio. Los nuevos
para explorar sus intereses y moverse adelante. CARE lo/la unirá con          estudiantes deben solicitar el asesoramiento antes de matricularse. Los
un grupo de estudiantes que enfrentan los mismos problemas que                consejeros están disponibles durante el semestre por medio de citas
usted enfrenta. El programa ofrece ayuda adicional de apoyo en forma          o al momento, de lunes de 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. y martes - jueves de
de becas en efectivo para compensar el costo del cuidado de niños y           8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. y los viernes de 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. o por la cita.
transportación. Al combinar nuestras energías, podemos ayudarles a            Ellos pueden ayudar con la planificación del programa, la información
ser exitosos.                                                                 vocacional o de profesión o, con problemas personales o los relacionados
Más información sobre los programas de CARE y EOPS se puede                   al colegio. Para información adicional, llame al (310) 233-4230 o email
encontrar visitando www.lahc.edu / EOPS. También puede llamar a la            fisherjp@lahc.edu.
oficina al (310) 233-4265 o visite la oficina en el edificio de Servicios
Estudiantiles y de Administración (SSA), sala 207.                            La Enseñanza para el Desarrollo/las Habilidades Básicas
                                                                               Por medio de la orientación y los procedimientos de la evaluación, el
El Centro para la Planificación de Profesiones (Career Center)                 Colegio reconoce que los estudiantes no todo el tiempo han desarrollado
 El Centro Para La Planificación de Profesiones (Career Center) ofrece         las habilidades básicas y adecuadas necesarias para tener éxito en
un servicio de asesoramiento profesional diseñado para extenderle             sus estudios de colegio. Para ayudar a los estudiantes que podrían
información y consejos a los estudiantes que necesitan ayuda en               beneficiar de una instrucción sobre las habilidades básicas y asegurar
seleccionar una meta relacionada a una carerra o a una especialización        su éxito en los cursos de nivel colegial, el Colegio ofrece un número de
o, para los que están considerando otras alternativas. Este servicio le       clases que ayudan a los estudiantes con el desarrollo de las habilidades
permte a los estudiantes tanto determinar cuáles serán sus objectivos         en la lectura, en la escritura, en el escuchar, en las matemáticas y en las
de instrucción y vocacionales como discutir los planes para la selección      habilidades de estudio y los hábitos. Para información adicional, llame
realística y significante de una carerra. El Centro para la Planificación de    al (310) 233-4230 o (310) 233-4226 y lea el Horario de Clases.
Profesiones está ubicado en el edificio de la Administración, AD 125 y
127. Para más información llame al 233-4033 o email fisherjp@lahc.edu.         Los Programas y los Servicios para los Estudiantes Incapacitados
                                                                               Los Programas de Oportunidades y Servicios Extendidos (EOP&S)
El Centro para el Desarrollo de los Niños (Child Development Center)          ofrecen servicios especiales de apoyo para ayudar a los estudiantes
  El Centro para el Desarrollo de Niños (Child Development Center) de         avanzar con éxito hacia sus metas personales, educacionales y de
LAHC fue establecido para ofrecerle servicios de cuidado de niños a los       carrera. EOPS es un sistema de apoyo comprensivo de servicios que
estudiantes que tienen niños de edad de nivel pre-colegial. El Centro         se les extiende a los estudiantes que califican. Los servicios que los
tiene un programa extensivo de instrucción para los padres. Por medio         estudiantes pueden obtener incluyen asesoramiento académico y
de su participación en el programa, los padres se involucran en la            personal, becas en efectivo y para libros, enseñanza particular gratis,
enseñanza y el desarrollo de sus hijos. La matriculación en el Centro para    prioridad en la maticulación y cursos sobre el éxito estudiantil.
el Desarrollo de Niños es una experiencia para ambos, los niños y sus         (disponibilidad de los servicios depende de la financiación)
padres. Los niños tienen que calificar para el programa “State Preschool        Este programa financiado por el estado está específicamente
Grant” según la edad y el nivel de ingreso de su familia. La prioridad        diseñado para estudiantes que históricamente han sufrido desventajas
principal se le da a los niños que tienen cuatro años de edad. Después        económicas y educativas y que desean alcanzar sus metas educativas en
de haber aceptado a todos los niños de cuatro años que califican, los de       un régimen de dedicación exclusiva. La elegibilidad para EOPS se basa
tres años que son elegibles serán aceptados, dándoles la mayor prioridad      en las orientaciones económicas previstas por el Estado de California.
a los niños de tres años que son los más mayores. Si no hay niños que          EOPS les ofrece asistencia adicional a padres solteros por medio del
califican por su edad y el nivel de ingreso en la lista de prioridad, los de   programa de CARE, el cual ofrece servicios de apoyo en la forma de
tres o cuatro años que no son elegibles por su edad o nivel de ingreso,       becas en efectivo para compensar el costo del cuidado de niños y
podrían ser matriculados. Las cuotas para este servicio están basadas         transportación para padres solteros que reciben Temporary Assistance
en la necesidad financiera y varían de gratis a $2.00 por hora. Para más       for Needy Families (TAN/Anteriormente llamado AFDC) y que son la
información, comuníquese con el Centro Para El Desarrollo De Niños            cabeza en el hogar con un hijo/a menor de 14 años mientras que asisten
al (310) 233-4200.                                                            a las clases y programas de entrenamiento. (Ver el Programa CARE).


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 Más información sobre el programa y solicitudes se puede encontrar           el programa de estudio del colegio y la búsqueda de las metas de
visitando www.lahc.edu / EOPS y haciendo clic en el enlace “Prospective       instrucción de los estudiantes. Los(as) profesores(as) pueden poner
Student Information”. También puede llamar a la oficina al (310) 233-          lecturas obligatorias del curso en reserva en el mostrador donde se
4265 o visite la oficina en el edificio de la SSA en la habitación 207. El      piden prestados los materiales. Los(as) profesores (as) también pueden
personal de EOPS está preparado para ayudar a los estudiantes en              pedir orientaciones generales u orientaciones especializadas para sus
inglés y español.                                                             clases. Un(a) bibliotecario(a) siempre está disponible para ayudar con
                                                                              preguntas básicas o investigaciones, y para ofecer instrucciones sobre
La Asistencia Financiera                                                      el uso de la biblioteca y la búsqueda de impresos. Los estudiantes
 La meta de la asistencia financiera (financial aid) es proveerles acceso       que están matriculados actualmente pueden tener acceso al Internet
a la instrucción postsecundaria a esos que de otra manera no podrían          en el laboratorio de computadoras de la biblioteca y a computación
continuar su instrucción por asuntos financieros. A los estudiantes se         inalámbrica en cualquier parte de la biblioteca. Se requiere una
les provee asistencia monetaria para cubrir el costo básico de los gastos     identificación del colegio para pedir prestado materiales de la biblioteca.
relacionados a su instrucción por medio de préstamos, donaciones,             Los espacios individuales están disponibles en ambos niveles de la
becas y empleo de por horas. Para información adicional, llame al             biblioteca y las máquinas de fotocopias están ubicadas en el nivel
233-4320.                                                                     principal.
                                                                                Durante los semestres del otoño y de la primavera, la biblioteca está
Los Programas CalWorks/GAIN                                                   abierta de lunes – jueves de las 8:00 a.m. hasta las 8:30 p.m. Los viernes
 CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to                  de las 8:00 a.m. hasta las 2:00 p.m. y los sábados de las 9:00 a.m. hasta
Kids), anteriormente llamado GAIN, es un programa de Los Angeles              las 3:00 p.m. Durante el verano y el invierno, las horas serán anunciadas.
Harbor College que les ofrece entrenamiento y servicios de apoyo              Para información adicional, llame al (310) 233-4480 o visiten las páginas
a los estudiantes que reciben TANF (Temporary Assistance to needy             de Internet www.lahc.edu/library
Families), anteriormente AFDC. Estos servicios incluyen: • Información,
Entrenamiento Vocacional • Habilidades Básicas • Enlace con DPSS              El Centro de habilidades de la vida (Life Skills Center)
(Departamento de Servicios Sociales) con respecto a los programas               El Life Skills Center fue establecido para proveer intervención de
de formación y los contratos, • Asistencia para el Cuidado Infantil           crisis y de referencia comunitaria para los estudiantes de LAHC que
y Referencias, • Asignación de Estudio y Trabajo, • Desarrollo de             están pasando por alguna crisis personal o de vida y para promover la
Empleo: Habilidades para el trabajo, Currículum, Habilidades para             salud mental positiva del plantel y de la comunidad mediante talleres,
Entrevistas, Oportunidades de Trabajo, • Asistencia de aprendizaje y          seminarios de habilidades y oradores invitados, expertos en una
cursos Tutoriales                                                             variedad de materias, que se ofrecen durante el año. Los servicios están
 El programa CalWORKS, a través de DPSS, ofrece servicios de cuidado          disponibles por medio de citas de lunes a jueves de 8:00am–8:00pm y
infantil, transporte y libros de texto. El programa CalWORKS puede            viernes de 8:00am-4:00pm. Los servicios para personas sin cita: lunes
ayudarle a cumplir con el Nuevo requisito de 32 horas a la semana de          10:00am-12:00pm y viernes 10:00am-12:00pm. El Life Skills Center está
trabajo y estudio. Para más información, llame al (310) 233-4403, visite      situado en el Health Center, Cafe 110, y tiene estudiantes graduados de
la oficina en OV 1B o en nuestra página web en http://www.lahc.edu/            psicología y está supervisado por un psicólogo clínico con licencia. Para
studentservices/calworks.                                                     más información, llamar al (310)233-4586.
                                                                              La Matriculación
El Programa para los Estudiantes Internacionales (ISO)                          La matriculación es un proceso que lleva al colegio y a el estudiante
 La Oficina Para Estudiantes Internacionales ayuda a estudiantes              que se matrícula para recivir credito a un acuerdo con el proposito de
internacionales a completar el proceso de las solicitudes del colegio y       realizar las metas educacionales del estudiante mediante los programas,
de la visa, y le ofrece ayuda continua al/la estudiante al llegar al campus   reglas y requisitos del colegio.
para que el/la estudiante pueda completar su programa de estudio                El colegio provee un proceso de admisión; orientación a el colegio y
exitosamente. Como parte de este esfuerzo, el ISO provee materiales           sus programas; asesoramiento; consejeria y citas de evaluación sobre
que describen los programas y servicios que el colegio les ofrece a           el progreso de los estudiantes. Estos servicios estan disponibles para
los estudiantes internacionales que viven en EEUU y en el extranjero.         todos los estudiantes que son admitidos al colegio.
El ISO revisa las solicitudes de acuerdo al criterio establecido por            Estos servicios son disponibles para todos los estudiantes que son
el colegio y el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional /ICE de EE.UU.;            admitidos al colegio. En el tiempo que aplican, todos los estudiantes son
proporciona visado de cumplimiento y la información cultural, así como        clasificados como exentos o no exentos de algunos de los componentes
apoyo a los esfuerzos del colegio en la internacionalización del campus,      de matriculación. Estudiantes pueden ser exentos, dependiendo del
fomentando la comunicación entre sus estudiantes internacionales y            componente de matriculación, al cumplir con cualquier del os siguientes
estadounidenses y proporcionando información sobre las oportunidades          criterios: 1) haber obtenido un associate degree o un titulo mas alto,
del programa internacional.                                                   2) estar asistiendo a harbor solo para tomar clases recreativas o de
 Además, el ISO proporciona asesoría en asuntos académicos y                  desarrollo personal y no tener la intensión de obtener un certificado o
culturales, referencias para los servicios del campus, y asistencia a         titulo, 3) estar tomando una o dos clases que se requieren para renovar
los alumnos de nuevo ingreso en la localización de la vivienda. Para          un certificado y no tener la intencion de obtener un certificado o título,
información adicional llame al (310) 233-4111, gradyp@lahc.edu correo         o 4) estar actualmente matriculado en otra escuela y planea tomar
electrónico, o visite la página de ISO de la página web del colegio en        una o dos clases para recibir credito por ellas en la escuela principal.
www.lahc.edu / studyinlosangeles.                                             Los estudiantes que sometan resultados de examenes de evaluación
                                                                              equivalentes a los que son usados en Harbor College pueden ser
Los Servicios Legales                                                         exentos de tener que tomar pruebas adicionales. Un(a) estudiante
  El Associated student Organization (ASO) de Harbor College hace             tambien puede ser exento si ya ha completado clases equivalentes de
contratos anuales con una entidad legal para proveerles servicios legales     inglés o matemáticas en otro colegio o universidad. El estudiante debe
a los estudiantes. Los estudiantes y los empleados que pagan la cuota         traer evidencia a su consejero para comprovar la previa examinación
de ingreso son elegibles para recibir este servicio importante sin ningún     o terminación de las materias tomadas. Es prohibido que el colegio
costo adicional. Para información adicional o, para hacer una cita con        use cualquier práctica de matriculación con el proposito de someter a
un abogado, llame al 233-4594.                                                cualquier persona a discriminación ilegal. Qualquier alegación indicando
                                                                              que el distrito ha obrado de esta manera, o ha establecido un requisito
La Biblioteca                                                                 discriminatorio, será considerada una ceja de discriminacion ilegal y
 La Biblioteca Baxter de Los Angeles Harbor College provee libros,
publicaciones periódicas, periódicos, materiales de referencia y
una base de información computarizada y electrónica que respalda


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sera archivado, investigado y resuelto. Información siguiente podra           incapacidades físicas, psicológicas y a las que tienen una incapacidad
ser obtenida en la oficina de servicios de el estudiante en el edificio         que impide el aprendizaje que podrían requerir asistencia especial en
de administración. Si un estudiante desea retar las provisiones de            la búsqueda de la enseñanza. Los estudiantes pueden recibir servicios
matriculación, el o ella puede consultar con el vice presidente de            tales como el asesoramiento especial, acomodamiento para tomar
servicios estudiantiles en el edificio de administración. El colegio           exámenes, enseñanza particular y matriculación con prioridad. También
investigará e intentará resolver las quejas. Los procedimientos sobre         hay clases para mejorar habilidades básicas y clases de computadoras
hacer quejas por escrito o sobre los motivos de una queja están               (adaptive computer classes) que se ofrecen en nuestro Centro de
disponibles en la oficina de los servicios para los estudiantes SSA 203.       Alta Tecnología (Hi-Tech Center). La Oficina de Programas y Servicios
La documentación de todas dichas quejas son retenidas por un minimo           Especiales está ubicada en la Cafetería, cuarto 108. Favor de llamar al
de tres anos despues que la queja haya sido resuelta y esta información       (310) 233-4629 para hacer una cita con un(a) especialista . Un estudiante
sera sujeta a ser revisada por el rector como parte de evaluación estatal.    que necesite acomodamiento pero no desea buscar asistencia de
                                                                              Servicios y Programas Especiales puede hacer pedidos individuales
El Estacionamiento                                                            comunicándose con las siguientes personas: Luis Rosas, Vicerrector, del
 La admisistración del colegio le urge que use una de las áreas               departamento de Asuntos Académicos (Academic Affairs) para asuntos
de estacionamiento que le pertenece al colegio. Los lotes de                  relacionados a las clases, las aulas y los laboratorios de instrucción; Abbie
estacionamiento del campus son patrullados por la oficina del alguacil y       Patterson Vicerrectora (Student Services) para asuntos relacionados a
se encuentran bajo la jurisdicción de LAHC. Los estudiantes y el personal     Servicios Estudiantiles, el asesoramiento, la admisión y los expedientes
que optan por estacionarse en un lugar que no está bajo la jurisdicción       académicos, la asistencia financiera y otras actividades relacionadas a
de LAHC, lo hacen bajo su propio riesgo. Durante la construcción, el          los estudiantes; la Dra. Ann Tomlinson, V.P., Servicios Administrativos,
estacionamiento puede ser restringido en lotes designados. Las multas         para los asuntos relacionados al estacionamiento, el acceso, o a los
de estacionamiento / violaciones siguen el mismo proceso que cualquier        servicios de la oficina de negocios; Nina Malone, la Decana engargada
multa recibida en la ciudad.                                                  de los servicios relacionados a la vida estudiantil, para otros asuntos
                                                                              relacionados a la condescendencia. Se puede conseguir asistencia
La Junta Directiva del Distrito de Los Colegios Comunitarios de Los           comunicándose con la Dra.Deborah Tull, Coordinadora de Programas
Ángeles, el Associated Student Body, los empleados o los agentes              y Servicios Especiales si otro tipo de asesoramiento o información se
no se hacen responsables por cualquier pérdida, incluyendo pero no            requiere.
limitándose al robo, daño a la propiedad y lesiones físicas, resultando
de su uso de las áreas de estacionamiento de LAHC. Las leyes y las            El Gobierno y las Actividades Estudiantiles
regulaciones de California que se les aplican a los vehículos, incluyendo      A todos los estudiantes en L.A. Harbor College se les aconseja
ésas relacionadas al estacionamiento ilegal, se aplican en el colegio.        y se invitan a participar en el gobierno del Associated Students
                                                                              Orginization (ASO). Esto se hace por medio de la participación en el
 Las áreas de estacionamiento para los estudiantes incluyen:                  Senado o, como un oficial del ASO. Bajo los auspicios de la oficina de
                                                                              las actividades relacionadas a los estudiantes, el Associated Students
Lote 4, al este del campo de softbol                                          Organization asume un rol principal en la planificación y el desarrollo
Lote 5 al sur del estadio de fútbol                                           de las actividades relacionadas a los estudiantes y a la creación de
Lote 6 al este del campo de béisbol                                           un ambiente colegial que se base alrededor de las necesidades de
Lote 7 sur del campo de béisbol                                               los estudiantes. El ASO representa las necesidades y los intereses
Lote 8 al oeste del Edificio Drama-Discurso Estructura / Estacionamiento       de los estudiantes por medio de la participación en el gobierno
Estructura del oeste del estacionamiento - norte del centro de desarrollo     colegial. El enfoque del Gobierno estudiantil y de la Oficina de las
del niño                                                                      Actividades Relacionadas a los Estudiantes, es proveer oportunidades
                                                                              para el desarrollo del liderazgo y una experiencia la en enseñanza
Las plazas de estacionamiento de los estudiantes discapacitados están         balanceada. Se les aconseja a los estudiantes que se matriculen en
ubicadas en los lotes 4, 6, 7, y 8.                                           Ciencias Políticas 41 para recibir unidades transferibles en el proceso
                                                                              político.
Los lugares de estacionamiento del personal son: Lotes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,
9A y 10. Lote 1 se encuentra junto a Figueroa Place.                          La Orientación para los Estudiantes
                                                                               A Los estudiantes que se van a matricular para asistir a Harbor College
El estacionamiento del campus es por permiso solamente. Los permisos          por primera vez, se les aconseja que participen en la orientación.
de estacionamiento del semestre se compran en la oficina del cajero. Los       Se recomienda que uno(a) complete un curso de orientación tal
permisos diarios de estacionamiento se pueden adquirir en todos los           como Personal Development 17; otras opciones están disponibles.
lotes de los estudiantes y se puede utilizar en cualquier estacionamiento     Las actividades relacionadas a la orientación serán cubiertas
de los estudiantes.                                                           inmediatamente después del la sección sobre la evaluación. A los
                                                                              estudiantes, se les aconseja que completen la orientación antes de su
 NOTA: El estacionamiento frente a la escuela en el lado norte de la calle    primer semestre o durante su primer semestre. Los estudiantes que
“L “ no es propiedad de LAHC. Las tarifas de estacionamiento se cobrará       han logrado un Associate Degree o uno más alto, podría ser exonerado
independientemente del permiso de LAHC. Este lote no es patrullado            de este requisito al mostrarle a un(a) consejero(a) una copia del
por los alguaciles del campus.                                                expediente académico o del diploma o, una copia de su asistencia
                                                                              previa a la sección sobre la orientación. Para más información, llame
La Oficina del Sheriff del Colegio                                              al 233-4230 o 233-4070.
  La División del Sheriff de Harbor está disponible para asistir a los
estudiantes, a los miembros de la facultad y a los(las) visitantes tal como   Los Servicios de Salud para los Estudiantes
se necesite. El Sheriff está ubicado en el edificio de educación fisica en         El propósito del Centro de Salud Estudiantil es contribuir a las metas
la calle Figueroa Place, (310) 233-4600. Desde cualquier teléfono de          de instrucción y la matriculacion de los estudiantes, promoviendo
paga dentro del colegio, marque *80 para comunicarse con la policía           su bien estar físico y emocional. El Centro de Servicios de Salud
del colegio.                                                                  Estudiantil. (Student Health Services) provee ascesoramiento sobre
                                                                              la salud y educación, evaluacion, los tratamientos y primeros auxilios,
Programas Y Servicios Especiales (Special Programs & Services)                referencias a agencias publicas o privadas apropiadas y la diseminación
  Los Angeles Harbor College opera bajo la premisa de que cada                de información en cuanto a la disposición de los servicios de salud. El
persona posee el derecho común a una oportunidad igual en cuanto a            Código de California de Educación, secciones 72244 y 72246, autoriza
la instrucción. La oficina de Programas y Servicios Especiales (Special        la colección de la cuota relacionada a los servicios de salud estudiantil.
Programs and Services) se ha establecido para asistir a las personas con

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La cuota es de $11.00 por semestre y $8.00 durante las sesiones del          en Los Angeles Harbor College es un ejemplo del apoyo institucional
verano. Esos individuos que dependen exclusivamente en el rezo para          que el colegio les provee a los nuevos estudiantes y a los que regresan.
el proceso de sanar que están de acuerdo con la ensenanza de una             El Welcome Center es un lugar clave para que los nuevos estudiantes
secta religiosa genuina, pueden pedir que sean exonerados de tener           y los que regresan a estudiar comiencen el proceso de matriculación.
que pagar la cuota por medio de la Oficina de la Decana Asociada de           Además, les ofrece apoyo durante su primer año de estudios. El
los Servicios Estudiantiles (Seahawk Center). Para información adicional,    Welcome Center es una inversión, cuyo propósito es ayudar con éxito
llame al (310) 233-4651.                                                     estudiantil, retención y atraer a los estudiantes al proceso educativo.
                                                                             Se proveen apoyo y servicios académicos y de Outreach para ayudar a
Las Tarjetas de Indentificación de los Estudiantes                            los estudiantes desde el momento que llenan la solicitud hasta que se
  A todo los estudiantes se les requiere que tengan una tarjeta de           gradúen. Estamos ubicados en el edificio de Servicios Estudiantiles y
identificación de alumno. Actualmente, la tarjeta se puede obtener en         la Administración (Student Services & Administration Building), cuarto
el área de la Matriculación en el Edificio de la Administración durante       133 y uno puede comunicarse con nosotros llamando al 310 233-4327
el momento en que se matricule o, en la Oficina de las Actividades            or por correo electrónico al barkerrb@lahc.edu.
Relacionadas a los Estudiantes(Student Activities Office) en el segundo
piso del Seahawk Center al completar su matriculación. Los estudiantes
tienen que tener una identificación que muestre una foto para poder           LAS CUOTAS DE LOS ESTUDIANTES Y LAS REGLAS SOBRE
usar muchos de los Laboratorios en el colegio. El costo de la tarjeta de     LOS REEMBOLSOS
identificación es $7.00. Al comprar la tarjeta, los estudiantes también
tenrdan los mismos privilegios del ASO. Ud tendra que pagar una cuota        Las Cuotas de La Matrícula
de $3.00 por tarjetas dañadas o perdidas.                                      La cuota estándar es once dolares ($36) por unidad por semestre,
                                                                             sujeto a cambio del California Legislature. Los estudiantes que tengan
La Enseñanza Particular                                                      preguntas relacionadas a las renuncias o sobre la elegibilidad de la
  La enseñanza particular está disponible para individuos o grupos           asistencia financiera debe comunicarse con la Oficina de Assistencia
de individuos en la mayoria de las materias. La ensenanza particular         Financiera (Financial Aid Office). Si se usa STEP, Student Telephone
se efectua en el Centro de Assistencia Con el Aprendizaje(Learning           Enrollment Program, las cuotas se pueden pagar por teléfono con una
Assistance Center). Las solicitudes (“Request for Tutoring”) se pueden       tarjeta de crédito o enviando un cheque o un giro postal. Los pagos
obtener en el mostrador para sacar materiales (Check out Counter) en         también se pueden hacer en persona en la Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a)
el LAC. Sería útil si los estudiantes formaran sus propios grupos (de 2      (Cashiers Office), SHC 101. Las cuotas están sujetas a cambiar. Los
o 3) directamente de la clase en la cual la asistencia con la ensenanza      estudiaintes tienen que cumplir con la fecha de fin de plazo relacionada
se ha pedido. Después de que un grupo se haya identificado y un               al renuncio de las clases y tendrán que renunciar en persona o las
tiempo conveniente se haya arreglado de acuerdo con el horario del           cuotas se deberán. (Los (as)profesores (as) no pueden despedir a los
maestro particular, la ensenanza podrá empezar por medio de citas. La        estudiantes de las clases).
enseñanza particular puede estar disponible durante varias horas en el
Laboratorio en matemáticas y en el Laboratorio de la escritura. (Ésto        La Asistencia con la Cuota de la Matrícula
depende de la disposición de los maestros particulares). Advertencia:          El colegio les ofrece asistencia con la cuota de la matrícula a los
los estudiantes que han declarado su especialización y o han declarado       estudiantes que no pueden pagarla . Para obtener asistencia inmediata
sus objetivos relacionados a la instrucción, recibirán la prioridad para     con la cuota de la matrícula, los estudiantes deben completar el
la enseñanza particular.                                                     formulario titulado California Community Colleges Board of Governors
                                                                             Enrollment Fee Waiver Application que está en este horario y traerlo
El Centro para la Tranferencia a Escuelas (Transfer Center)                  a la Oficina de Asistencia Financiera (Financial Aid Office), cuarto SSA
El Centro Para Transferencias a Escuelas de Los Angeles Harbor College       114. El “Board of Governors Enrollement Fee Waiver” está disponible
ayuda a los estudiantes a hacer una transición sin problemas de Harbor       para los estudiantes cuyas familias reciben asistencia del AFDC, algunas
a una institución de cuatro años y a explorar las carreras de estudios que   formas de beneficios del Seguro Social o la Asistencia General (General
están disponibles. El Centro para la Transferencia a escuelas contiene       Relief). También, está disponible para los estudiantes de familias
una colección de catálogos de colegios e información sobre carreras          con ingresos que caen dentro de los siguientes límites:1-$16,245 o
profesionales. A los estudiantes que estén interesados en reunirse con       menos, 2-$21,855 o menos, 3-$27,465 o menos, 4-$33,075 o menos.
un/a representante de una de las universidades locales se les aconseja       Añade $5,610 por cada miembro adicional de la familia. Además, los
que revisen el calendario para saber cuándo serán las próximas visitas.      estudaintes que tienen necesidades financieras, tal como lo determina
El Centro está ubicado en el edificio de Servicios Estudiantiles y la         el “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA), son elegibles
Administración, (Student Services & Administration Building), cuarto         para la renuncia de la matrícula (el “Enrollement Fee Waiver”). Para
105 . Para más información, favor de comunicarse con la directora del        información adicional, comuníquese con la Oficina de Asistencia
Centro para Transferencias, Ms. Doffoney al 310 233-4282.                     Financiera (Financial Aid Office), SSA 114.

Los Servicios Para Los Veteranos                                             Las Reglas Relacionadas a los Reembolsos de las Cuotas de la
Las personas que piensan asistir a LAHC bajo una de las medidas de           Matrícula
enseñaza para los veteranos, deben ir a la Oficina de los Veteranos             Se puede pedir un reembolso por las clases que duran un semestre
en el edificio de Servicios Estudiantiles y la Administración (Student        entero si uno renuncia de éllas antes de la segunda semana de clases.
Services & Administration Building), cuarto 114 para obtener los             Para las clases de corto plazo un reembolso entero es autorizado por
papeles necesarios. Esto se debe hacer un mes antes del período de           las clases de las cuales uno renuncia durante el final de un período
la matriculación para poder discutir cualquier problema relacionado          de un tiempo equivalente a 10% del tiempo total de la clase. De allí
a la matriculación, a la elegibilidad y a los pagos relacionados a los       en a delante, no se autoriza ningún reembolso, excepto cuando una
beneficios. La asistencia se verifica mensualmente. El veterano tiene          acción por el colegio para cancelar o reprograma una clase obliga a
que someter un expediente académico que muestre sus estudios previos         uno a renunciar de una clase. Las cuotas para las clases de las cuales
de nivel colegial. Para información adicional, llame al 310 233-4232.        uno renunció antes de la segunda semana serán aplicadas a las clases
Pase por nuestro Centro para Veteranos nuevo en LRC 125.                     que se añaden simultaneamente. A los estudiantes se les aconseja
                                                                             enfáticamente que completen las transacciones de añadir y renunciar
El Centro Que Les Da La Bienvenida a Los Estudiantes (Welcome                al mismo tiempo. Uno tiene que renunciar de las clases antes del o para
Center)                                                                      el 21 de febrero del 2012 para recibir un reembolso sobre la matrícula.
El Centro Que Les Da La Bienvenida a Los Estudiantes (Welcome Center)        Las formas para pedir los reembolsos tienen que completarse en la
                                                                             Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a)(Cashier’s Office). El 8 de marzo del 2012 es


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el último día para pedir los reembolsos en la Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a)     El Criterio para los Reemblosos de la Matrícula y el Horario para los
por las clases de las cuales uno renunció antes de o el 21 de febrero         Que No Son Residentes
del 2012. Los estudiantes tienen que reterner su recibo de tarjeta de          Un(a) estudiante que no es residente y que renuncia formalmente de
crédito y retornarlo para recibir los reemblosos en su tarjeta de crédito.    sus clases o de otra manera se separa de parte o de toda su matrícula,
Los reemblosos no se harán automáticamente hasta en el caso de que            podría pedir un rembloso sobre la matrícula que pagó previamente. La
se cancelen las clases.                                                       fecha que se usa con el propósito de obtener reemblosos, es la fecha
                                                                              en la cual el dicho pedido es sometido en la Oficina De Admisión sin
Las Quotas Relacionadas a los Servicios de la Salud                           consideración alguna de cuándo la separación habrá ocurrido. Los
  Hay una quota obligatoria de $11.00 para los servicios de salud que         pedidos para los reemblosos tienen que hacerse en persona en la
tiene que pagarse cuando se pagen las quotas de la matrícula. Los             Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a) (vea las fechas de fin de plazo relacionadas
estudiantes que sólo toman cursos de amnistía están exonerados de             a los reemblosos de la quota de la matrícula). Ningún reembloso se
tener que pagar la quota. Todos los estudiantes que pagan la quota            hará por las clases de las cuales uno renunció después de la segunda
son elegibles para los servicios de salud del colegio. Los estudiantes        semana de clases. Para las clases de corto plazo, ningún reembloso se
que tienen todas su clases en localidades fuera del colegio podrían ser       hara despues de haber completado 10% del semestre.
exonerados de tener que pagar la quota.
                                                                              La Reglas Relacionadas al Uso de Cheques Personales y Tarjetas de
La Quota del Estacionamiento                                                  Crédito
  Estacionarse en las áreas marcadas “Parking By Permit Only”                  Se aceptan las tarjetas de crédito (Sólo VISA, Master Card y Discovery)
será limitado a los vehículos que muestran un permiso válido. Los             para pagar las cuotas relacionadas a la matrícula de los residentes y de
procedimientos sobre el permiso del estacionamiento y la información          los que no son residentes, para pagar el estacionamiento y la cuota del
relacionada a la quota están disponibles en la Oficina del (de la) Cajero(a)   ASO. Los cheques de negocios son aceptados. Se aceptan los cheques
“Cashier’s Office”. Los estudiantes no pueden estacionarse en las             personales, excepto para pagar la matrícula de los que no son residentes.
áreas de estacionamiento de los empleados “STAFF lots”. Un permiso            La dicha matrícula tiene que pagarse por medio de tarjeta de crédito,
semestral o diario válido se necesita todo el tiempo, de lunes-sábado,        un cheque cajero, un giro postal o dinero en efectivo, si el pago no se
de 12:00 a.m. hasta la medianoche. Los domingos, el estacionamiento           recibe antes del comienzo de las clases. Los cheques personales tienen
es gratuito de 6 a.m. a 6 p.m. el Estacionamiento está libre en invierno      que estar impresos. Se requiere que en el cheque se escriba un número
La cuota del estacionamiento para la primavera del 2012 es $20.00. Los        válido de una licencia de conducir o el de una tarjeta de identificación
estudiantes que pagan el ingreso al ASO cuando inicialmente obtienen su       de California y el número de identificación del estudiante. Cualquier
permiso de estacionamiento, pagan $17.00 dólares. Todos las peticiones        cuotas que estén atrasadas, tienen que pagarse con dinero en efectivo
para los reembolsos tienen que hacerse en la Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a).     o con un cheque cajero.
Los permisos de estacionamiento tienen que ser presentados en la              Las Cuotas Relacionadas a los Cheques Rechazados
Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a) (Cashiers Office) para obtener un reembolso.          Se cobra una cuota de $10.00 por cualquier cheque rechazado (por
                                                                              no tener fondos o por supender el pago). Se le pondrá una retención
La Cuota de la Matrícula para los Que No Son Residentes                       a los expedientes académicos hasta que uno cumpla con la obligación
  Además de la cuota de inscripción de $36 por unidad de semestre             financiera. El (la) estudiante tiene que pagar la cuota relacionada al
que todos los estudiantes están obligados a pagar, los estudiantes            rechazo del cheque con dinero en efectivo o con un cheque cajero. El
de otros estados y los estudiantes extranjeros están sujetos a tarifas        (la) estudiante tendrá 30 días desde el día que recibió la noticia, para
adicionales. Estas tarifas incluyen la matrícula de $190 por unidad de        evitar otras penalidades.
semestre (tanto los estudiantes de otros estados como los estudiantes
extranjeros) y la cuota de desembolso de capital de $17 por unidad            Los Materiales para la Instrucción
de semestre (alumnos extranjeros solamente). La tasa efectiva total             A los estudiantes se les podrían requerir que proveen materiales
es de $226 por unidad de semestre para estudiantes fuera del estado           relacionados a la instrucción u otros materiales, que requieren
y $243 por unidad de semestre para los estudiantes extranjeros. Los           las clases de “credit” y las de “non credit”(tal como papel para las
estudiantes extranjeros que tienen visa F-1 tienen la obligación de           clases de computadoras que requieren la impresión, ratones para
inscribirse en un mínimo de 12 unidades de las clases en los semestres        las computadoras, etcétera.). Estos materiales continuarán teniendo
de otoño y primavera. Estudiantes F-1 Visa también están sujetos a una        valor para los estudiantes fuera de la clase y no estarán disponibles
cuota SEVIS de procesamiento de $ 25 por semestre y están obligados           exclusivamente por medio del Districto. Las cuotas de los materiales
a participar en la Junta Directiva mandato de plan de seguro médico           se pagan y son colectadas en la Librería de Los Angeles Harbor College.
para estudiantes F-1. La cobertura de seguro médico es de $498 por
semestre. La cobertura del semestre de primavera se extiende desde            Los Documentos Académicos o la Verificación de los Expedientes
02/01/2012 al 8/14/2012. La cobertura del semestre del otoño va               Académicos
desde 08/15/2012 al 1/1/13.. A los estudiantes que comiencen en las             Los primeros dos documentos o la verificación de los expedientes
intercesiones de invierno o de verano se les cobrará aproximadamente          académicos de los estudiantes son gratuitos. Las copias adicionales
$83 por mes hasta que se inicie un nuevo ciclo semestral. Todos los pagos     se pueden ordenar por $3.00 por copia. Los estudiantes pueden pedir
deben efectuarse en el momento de matricularse y no más tarde del             que les procesen los documentos o una verificación más rápido de lo
final de la segunda semana de cada semestre. Las cuotas de matrícula           normal pagando una cuota adicional de $7.00. Cualquier restricción en
están sujetos a cambios por la Legislatura del Estado de California, las      los expedientes del (de la) estudiante tiene que estar aclarada antes de
tasas y los seguros por la compañía de seguros, la matrícula y las cuotas     que se procesen las copias de de los documentos.
de desembolso de capital por el la Junta Directiva del Distrito de los
Colegios Comunitarios de Los Ángeles. Conforme al Código de Educación         La Cuota del ASO
sección 76001 y la sección 8100.01 del Reglamento de la Junta Directiva,        La cuota de $10.00 por semestre les permite a los estudiantes el
los estudiantes admitidos en los Colegios Comunitarios de Los Ángeles         ingreso al Associates Student Organization. Los estudiantes pueden
como estudiantes a tiempo parcial que están inscritos en un distrito de       renunciar a esta cuota pero cada estudiante tiene que cumplir con la
escuelas públicas están exentos de las cuotas de inscripción cobradas         cuota del Associated Student Services de una de dos maneras: (1) pagar
por todos los términos (incluyendo el verano), de conformidad con el          la cuota o, (2) someter una forma titulada “Surrender of Benefits”. Si
Código de Educación sección 76300.                                            usted decide no pagar la cuota, tendrá que llenar la forma titulada
                                                                              “Surrender of Benefits” en la Oficina del(de la) Cajero(a) o en la Oficina
                                                                              de las Actividades Relacionadas a los Estudiantes, Student Activities)
                                                                              ubicada en el Seahawk Center. Usted tendrá que someter esta forma
                                                                              en persona. La información relacionada a los servicios adicionales por


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ingresar en el ASO están disponibles en la Oficina de Las Actividades de         un(a) estudiante o a otro visitante del colegio para estacionarse,
Los Estudiantes, ubicada en el Seahawk Center. Todos los miembros del           NO ES RECONOCIDO COMO VÁLIDO, a menos que se aclare por la
ASO recibirán una identificación mostrando un foto. Se cobrará $3.00             oficina de la policía del colegio y el permiso apropiado se obtenga.
por las tarjetas dañadas o perdidas.                                        •   La velocidad máxima en todas las áreas de estacionamiento y en
                                                                                todas las carreteras del colegio es 10 millas por hora.
La Cuota Relacionada a La Representación de Los Estudiantes.                •   Si usted piensa que ha recibido una multa relacionada al
  Hay una cuota obligatoria de $1.00 para la representación de los              estacionamiento por equivocación, hay un proceso administrativo
estudiantes que se usa de una variedad de maneras en la representación          de apelación. Usted tiene 21 días desde el día de la multa o, 10
de los intereses y de las perspectivas de los estudiantes en el proceso         días desde el primer aviso de su atraso en pagar la multa, para
legislativo. Esto incluye el entrenamiento y la interacción con los             pagar la multa o pedir un reviso administrativo. Las formas para
legisladores y los cuerpos legislativos. Un(a) estudiante que no quiera         los revisos se pueden obtener del Edificio de la Policía del Colegio,
pagar esta cuota, por razones religiosas, políticas o financieras, tiene         ubicada cerca del área de estacionamiento H (cerca de los Edificios
que indicarlo de manera específica al firmar una renuncia que está                de Música, Ciencia y Astronomía).
disponible en la oficia del cajero(a)(Cashier’sOffice).                        •   Los Angles Harbor College ni el Los Angeles Community College
                                                                                District se hace responsable por los daños a cualquier vehículo,
Las Reglas Del Estacionamiento De LAHC                                          por el robo de su contenido, lesiones a personas operando un
 Debido a la procupación que expresamos para que los estudiantes y los          vehículo o, daños a los carros estacionados en el colegio o fuera
e Debido a la procupación que expresamos para que los estudiantes y los         del colegio, a menos que esté obligado bajo los Códigos del
empleados que han pagado la cuota del estacionamiento tengan acceso             Gobierno 810-966.6.
adecuado al estacionamiento, el colegio ha establecido las siguientes       •   El folleto de Los Angeles Harbor College sobre las regulaciones
medidas. Los parquímetros delante del Edificio de la Administración              relacionadas al tráfico y al estacionamiento está disponible en el
en Figueroa Place, son revisados continuamente y multas se les da a             Escritorio de Información, en la Oficina de Admisión, la Oficina
los vehículos que violan las regulaciones anunciadas. Solamente las             de Asistencia Financiera, la Oficiana de ASO, la Oficina del(de la)
personas lisiadas con un cartel lisiado válido pueden parquear en un            Cajero(a) (Cashier’s Office) y en el departamento de Policía del
metro fallado.                                                                  Colegi

  • Los permisos de estacionamiento (las calcomonías) se requiren en      Limitaciones a las veces que uno puede retirarse de clases (Withdrawal)
    todos los vehículos que están estacionados en los estacionamientos    (nueva regla)
    de Los Angeles Harbor College A Todas Horas de lunes-sábado de          A partir del verano de 2012, el retiro de un curso (“W”) o una nota
    12 a.m. a la medianoche. Los permisos de estacionamiento deben        de calidad inferior (“D”, “F” o “NP”) cuenta como intento en tomar un
    comprarse cada semestre durante el tiempo de la matriculación.        curso. Se permitirán sólo tres intentos en tomar un curso, con algunas
    Ademàs de los carros, esta norma se les aplica a las motocicletas,    excepciones. A continuación se enumeran las nuevas reglas que todos
    a las patinetas motorizadas y a los ciclomotores.                     los estudiantes necesitan saber.
  • Estacionamiento grautuito está disponible solamente los domingos
    de 6 a.m. a 6 p.m. En el área de estacionamiento B, ubicada al sur     • Los estudiantes que abandonan una clase o son excluídos después
    del Edificio de la Aministración y en el área de estacionamiento        del último día para abandonar una clase sin una calificación de “W”,
    G, ubicado al oeste del edificio de Teatro, se venden permisos          tendrán una “W” en su expediente académico. La “W” contará como
    diarios de estacionamiento por $2. Un permiso diario, le permite       intento en tomar ese curso.
    a uno estacionarse en cualquier de los estacionamientos de los
    estudiantes. El permiso diario debe ser visible con la estampa         • Un curso en el expediente de un estudiante que en la actualidad
    hacia arriba.                                                          muestra una “W” grabada se considera como intención en tomar
  • Las áreas de estacionamiento de los estudiantes son: 4, 6, 7, 8        ese curso.
    (vea el mapa impreso dentro de la última página). Los lugares
    de estacionamiento de los empleados son: 1, 2, 3, vea el mapa          • Los estudiantes no podrán inscribirse en cualquier curso en el
    impreso dentro de la última página. No se permite que los              LACCD si hay tres intentos registrados para ese curso de cualquier
    estudiantes se estacionen en CUALQUIERA de los estacionamientos        combinación: W, D, F, o nota de NP.
    de los empleados, excepto en B donde se permite estacionarse bajo
    la disposición de espacios y una cuota que se paga una sola vez.       • No se procesarán los permisos para matricularse en un curso en el
  • Los estudiantes incapacitados pueden ponerse de acuerdo para           LACCD si hay tres intentos registrados para ese curso, de cualquier
    estacionarse en las áreas de estacionamiento de los empleados          combinación: W, D, F, o nota de NP.
    (Staff Lots) si su circunstancia especial requiere ésto. Vea a los
    empleados de Special Programs and Services en la Cafetería,            • Para los cursos específicamente designados como “repetibles”,
    cuarto 108.                                                            los estudiantes pueden repetirlos hasta tres veces. (Vea el Código
  • Los permisos de estacionamiento o las calcomanías de los               de Regulaciones bajo Título 5 de California secciones 55040, 55041,
    estudiantes tienen que ser montados (as) dentro del parabrisas         58161).
    abajo a la izquierda. El permiso TIENE QUE estar fijo al parabrisas
    para evitar una multa si está estacionado (a) en LAHC. Las             • Cuando el número de matriculaciones en un curso supera la cantidad
    motocicletas, las patinetas motorizadas y los ciclomotores deben       permitida, el estudiante puede solicitar una matriculación adicional
    de exhibir el permiso de estacionamiento/la calcomanía de manera       en caso de circunstancias atenuantes.
    notable en la horquilla del frente del vehículo.
  • Los estudiantes que compren un permiso para un vehículo de            Lo que los estudiantes deben hacer:
    cuatro ruedas se les entregarán un permiso hecho de vinil. Este         1. Asegúrese de que esté académicamente preparado para las clases
    permiso se puede transferir facilmente de un carro a otro.                 en que usted se matriculó.
  • Los permisos de estacionamientos/las calcomanías de                     2. Si tiene que dejar un curso, déjelo dentro del plazo establecido
    los estudiantes NO autorizan a uno a estacionarse en los                   para dejar una clase sin una nota de “W”.
    estacionamientos de los mpleados o en otras áreas recervadas. Los       3. Consulte con un consejero antes de tomar decisiones que podrían
    vehículos estacionados en estas áreas serán multados, a menos que          afectar su plan educativo.
    tengan un permiso diario corriente DESIGNÁNDOLE permiso para
    estacionarse en un área especifica entregado por la oficina de la
    policía del colegio. Un permiso verbal o por escrito que se le dé a


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LAHC EXTENSION PROGRAM


                                 Life Long Learning
                                 Not-for-credit courses for everyone
                                 No Grades, No worries

          Arts &            Fitness &                     Computer &
          Crafts            Wellness                      Technology
Cupcake Decorating          Bellydancing           Adobe Photoshop
Floral Design               Salsa                  Computer and Internet
                                                     Fundamentals
Jewelry Making              Step Aerobics
                                                   Ebay Made Easy
Photography                 Tai Chi
                                                   Essential Skills in Computers
Thai Fruit and Vegetable    Western Line Dancing     and Microsoft Windows
   Carving                  Yoga                   Mac Made Easy
Watercolor                  Zumba                  Microsoft Excel 2007
Music &                                            Microsoft Word 2007

Performing                       Personal          One-on-One Computer
                                                   Training
Arts                             Enrichment        Video Editing and
Drums                                                 Special Effects
                            Car Care
Guitar                                             Web Production
                            Eyebrow Threading
Piano
                            Golf                   Language
Singing                     Horsemanship           French
Songwriting                 Interior Design        Spanish
Youth Orchestra             Landscape Design




                     For more information
         Call: 310-233-4450, Web: www.lahc.edu/ext
               Or visit Bungelow 16 on campus.
122   College Information                            LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ACADEMIC PLANNING WORKSHEET
Use this worksheet to plan your academic career at Harbor College and for each semester attended. Bring this sheet along when visiting a counselor.
To calculate your GPA: each letter grade is assigned a point value, A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0. P & NP are not counted toward the calculation of
your GPA. Additionally, each class you attempt has a unit value, multiply that unit value by the point value above. Add the total point values for
each grade earned in the semester and divide the sum by the total number of units attempted. For example, If a student took 3-3unit classes and
received an A, B and D, then (4x3)+(3x3)+(1x3)=24, then 24/9=2.67.


Semester:                                 Year:
Subject                                              Subject #            Units                Grade Earned
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.                                                                                                                GPA:


Semester:                                 Year:
Subject                                              Subject #            Units                Grade Earned
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.                                                                                                                GPA:


Semester:                                 Year:
Subject                                              Subject #            Units                Grade Earned
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.                                                                                                                GPA:




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CAMPUS MAP




                                                   B




           P


Buildings:
AST      Astronomy                      SSA   Student Services &
B        Bungalow (Extension Program)         Administration
CA       Cafeteria                      T     Technology Instruction
CDC      Child Development Center       LAUSD L.A. Unified School District
DS       Drama/Speech                   Z     Facilities, Maintenance. &
FA       Fine Arts                            Operations
GC       General Classrooms
LAC      Learning Assistance Center     Student Parking Lots: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and West
LRC      Learning Resources Center      Parking Structure
MU       Music
NEA      Northeast Academic Hall        Staff Parking Lots: 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, and West
NU       Nursing                        Parking Structure
S        Sheriff
PE/W Physical Education/Wellness        Guest/Visitor all day paid parking:              arking Qu stions?
                                                                                                 Ques onons?
                                                                                        Parking Questions?
PH       Physics                        Any student parking lot with $2 paid permit     Visit the Sheriff’s Office or call (310) 233-4600
                                                                                          sit     Sheriff’ O
                                                                                                    eriff’s                3 2 34
                                                                                                  Sheriff’s Offi e o ca (310) 233-4600
SCI      Science                        from parking permit machines.
SHC      Seahawk Center

 124    Campus Map                                                                              LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE
ADDITIONAL CLASS OFFERINGS - SPRING 2012
ENGLISH 102                                                   3.00 UNITS
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU)
4912 lec   7:55 - 10:00pm T              D.J. HUDSON            NEA 122
&    lec   2:05 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. HUDSON            NEA 122
&    lec   2:25 hrs/wk TBA-              D.J. HUDSON            NEA 122
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/10/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)

STATISTICS 001                                       3.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (UC:CSU)
Prerequisite: Completion of Mathematics 123C or higher or
equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.
4990 lec 7:55 - 10:00pm T                 N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 126
&     lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 126
&     lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 126
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 2/6, Ends 3/31/12
To enroll in section 4990, students must schedule an appointment with Mr.
King Carter for admission into class 310-233-4526 or carterke@lahc.edu
4991 lec 7:55 -10:00pm Th                 N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 226
&     lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA-                N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 226
&     lec 2:25 hrs/wk TBA-                N.J. MELUCCI         NEA 226
PACE Class (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2012, Ends 6/4/2012)
To enroll in section 4991, students must schedule an appointment with Mr.
King Carter for admission into class 310-233-4526 or carterke@lahc.edu




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Schedule of Final Examinations                                                       Spring 2012 - May 29 thru June 4, 2012
   Final Exam Time                                                CLASS START TIME
                                   Tuesday - May 29        Wednesday - May 30 Thursday - May 31                   Friday - Jun 1           Monday - Jun 4
     8:00 - 10:00 am               8:00-9:25am              8:00-9:25am              8:00-9:25am               8:00am-11:00am             8:00-9:25am
                                   T, TTh, MTW              W, MW                    Th, TWTh                  F Only                     M
                                                                                                               8:00-9:25am conflicts
 10:30 am - 12:30 pm               11:10am-12:35pm          11:10am-12:35pm          9:35am-11:00am            9:35-11:00am F only        9:35am-11:00am
                                   T, TTh, TWTh             W, MW, MTW, MTWTh        Th, TTh, TWTh             Fri. combination class     M, MW, MTW, MTWTh
                                                                                                               conflicts
                                   9:35-11:00am T only      9:35-11:00am W only      11:10-12:35pm Th only     9:35am - 12:35pm           11:10-12:35pm M only
      1:00 - 3:00 pm               12:45 - 2:15pm           12:45 - 2:15             12:45 - 2:15pm            11:10am-12:35pm            12:45 - 2:15pm
                                   T, TWTh                  W, MTW, MTWTh            Th, TTh                   F only.                    M, MW
                                                                                                               Fri. combination class
                                                                                                               conflicts 12:45 - 2:20pm
      3:15 - 5:15 pm               2:20-3:55pm              2:20-3:55pm              2:20-3:55pm               2:20-3:55pm                2:20-3:55pm
                                   T, TTh TWTh              W, MW                    Th only                   F only and other           M, MTW, MTWTh
                                                                                                               classes meeting Fri.
                                                                                                               afternoon with conflicts
      5:30 - 7:30 pm               4:00-6:30pm              4:00-6:30pm              4:00-6:30pm               4:00pm & later             4:00-6:25pm
                                   T, TWTh                  W, MW                    Th, TTh                   F afternoon conflicts      M, MTW, MTWTh
                                                            Wed. combination         Thurs. combination
                                                            class conflicts          class conflicts
      7:45 - 9:45 pm               6:35-10:00pm             6:35-10:00pm             6:35-10:00pm              No classes scheduled       6:30-10:00pm
                                   T, TWTh                  W, MW, MTWTh             Th, TTh                   Friday evening             M, MTW
                                                            Wed. combination class   Thurs. combination
                                                            conflicts                class conflicts

  → Classes beginning at 7:00am - FINALS will be scheduled by the instructor.
  → Saturday Class Final Exam will be given at the scheduled class time on Saturday, June 2, 2012.
  → Late Start & Short Term Classes (less than 16 weeks) will have final exams at the normal class time of their last day of instruction.
  → PACE Final Exams will be given March 31, 2012 and June 2, 2012.
  → Go to Academic Affairs, SSA 218, for any conflict that cannot be resolved by faculty or student-faculty group.
  → FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE TO BETTER SERVE STUDENTS.




                               Humanities & Fine Arts
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                                                CALL (310) 233-4425



ACCURACY STATEMENT: The Los Angeles Community College District and Los Angeles Harbor College have made every reasonable effort to
determine that everything stated in this catalog is accurate. Courses and programs offered, together with other matters contained herein, are subject
to change without notice by the Administration of the Los Angeles Community College District or Los Angeles Harbor College for reasons related to
student enrollment, level of financial support, or for any reason at the discretion of the District and College Administration. The District and College further
reserve the right to add, amend, or repeal any of their rules, regulations, policies and procedures consistent with applicable laws. Any discrepancies
between the English and Spanish information in the Catalog is unintentional. The original English version is the official language source of information.
                             Hi, my name is Rene Tovar. I attended Los Angeles Harbor College and completed
                             the prerequisite courses and Nursing Program coursework in 2002. I started my
                             nursing career as a staff nurse in the Emergency Department and chose Providence
                             Little Company of Mary Medical Center-Torrance as my employer. During my fifth
                             year of employment I became a Clinical Supervisor for the Emergency Department,
                             holding this position for three and a half years. In December 2010, I transitioned into
                             my new role as the Manager of the Emergency Department. I manage, mentor and
                             lead a staff of 140 employees consisting of clerical assistants, emergency medical
                             technicians, and registered nurses.

                             Los Angeles Harbor College provided me with the curriculum and the firm
                             foundation I needed to succeed in all of my nursing endeavors.

                            “Never underestimate the impact that you can have on another person,
Rene Tovar                           you may be helping someone achieve their dreams.”
LAHC Alumni




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