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					                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes




  Academic Support Center                                                                                             Administration Of Justice
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER                                                         ADMJ 3             COMMUNITY AND HUMAN RELATIONS
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                Relationship of criminal justice agents and the community; causal and
PERS 400 SUPERVISED TUTORING                                                    symptomatic aspects of community understanding; lack of coopera-
Course content tutorial support for students enrolled in MPC courses. NC        tion and mistrust; study of behavioral causes; ways to develop and
   0686                    Wkly hrs by arr        WILCOX       LTC124   0.0     maintain amicable relationships. LG
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   0001                    Wkly hrs by arr        FARRAR, A    LVRM     3.0
ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                      LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:
                                                                                Monday, August 25, 5-7pm, LS202. For further information contact
ADPE 13           PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ADAPTED                                   (831)646-4004.
Designed for students who are unable to profit from a regular physical
education class. May be taken four times for credit. After that, may            ADMJ 53 POLICE FIELD OPERATIONS
be repeated based on measurable progress as documented in the                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Student Education Plan. A current exercise referral signed by a physi-          Covers the history and development of patrol philosophy; planning
cian or authorized health specialist is required prior to initiating the        for field activities to include functions of patrol, traffic and other
exercise plan. LG-C/NC                                                          preliminary investigative duties of the field officer; techniques for
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              planning patrol activities; handling complaints and requests for ser-
   0772       DAILY        9:00am-10:00am         CLEMENTS     DA104    1.5     vices; mechanics of field interviews, searches and arrests; the handling
   0773       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am        CLEMENTS     DA104    1.5     of traffic-related problems; civil and domestic disturbances and other
                                                                                community crime incidents. LG
   0774       DAILY        11:00am-12:00pm        CLEMENTS     DA104    1.5
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
ADPE 15           HEART HEALTHY EXERCISE                                           0908       W            6:00pm- 9:00pm         FARRAR, A    LS101    3.0
Designed for students who have, or are at high risk for, cardiovascular
conditions. Emphasis on positive lifestyle changes including diet,              ADMJ 66 INTRODUCTION TO INVESTIGATION
stress management and exercise. May be taken four times for credit.             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
After that, may be repeated based on measurable progress as docu-               Fundamentals of investigation; techniques of crime scene search and
mented in the Student Education Plan. A current exercise referral               recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence; modus
signed by a physician or authorized health specialist is required prior         operandi; processes; sources of information; interview and interrogation;
to initiating the exercise plan. LG-C/NC                                        follow-up investigation. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Transfer: CSU. (CAN AJ 8)
   0775       DAILY        8:00am- 9:00am         CLEMENTS     DA104    1.5        0909       Th           6:00pm- 9:00pm         FARRAR, A    LF101    3.0

                                                                                ADMJ 70 JUVENILE LAW AND PROCEDURE
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                       Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                Techniques of handling juvenile offenders and victims; prevention
     For information, please contact the Administration of                      and intervention of juvenile criminality; counseling and referral;
     Justice Department Office at (831) 646-4004.                               organization of community resources. Juvenile law and juvenile court
                                                                                procedures and codes. LG
ADMJ 2            INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF                             Transfer: CSU.
                  JUSTICE                                                          0002                    Wkly hrs by arr        FARRAR, A    LVRM     3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:
History and philosophy of justice as it evolved throughout the world;           Monday, August 25, 7-9pm, LS202. For further information contact
in-depth study of the American system and the various sub-systems;              (831)646-4004.
roles and role expectations of criminal justice agents in their interrela-
tionships in society; concepts of crime causations, punishments and
rehabilitation; ethics, education and training for professionalism in the
social system. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC. (ADMJ2 + ADMJ6 = CAN AJ 6)
   0907       T            6:00pm- 9:00pm         FARRAR, A    LS102    3.0




Monterey Peninsula College                                      Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                             9
MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  American Sign Language                                                                                                                                    Anthropology
   Section Days             Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units             Section Days               Time                Instructor     Loc/Rm Units

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                                                           ANAT 2             GENERAL ANATOMY LABORATORY
                                                                                                 Prerequisites or corequisites: ANAT 1
                                                                                                 Human structures studied via models, extensive mammalian dissec-
SIGN 1A           ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I                                            tion and cadaver. Appropriate for majors in nursing, physical therapy,
Provides students with a systematic introduction to receptive and ex-                            dental hygiene, physical education, occupational therapy, and similar
pressive language skills of American Sign Language and to the culture                            fields. LG
of the Deaf community. Emphasis is placed on communication skills                                Transfer: CSU; UC. (ANAT1 + ANAT2 = CAN BIOL 10)(ANAT1 + ANAT2 +
in the classroom, then extended to wider cultural contexts. Individual-                          PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL SEQ B)
ized work in the World Languages Lab is required. LG-C/NC
                                                                                                    0004        MW             9:00am-12:00pm      FAUST, H       LS207    2.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                    0005        MW             1:00pm- 4:00pm      FAUST, H       LS207    2.0
   0819       MW            10:00am-12:00pm          HANSEN, C             BH108         5.0
                                                                                                    0006        TTh            11:00am- 2:00pm     VANDERPLAATS   LS207    2.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                                                                                                    0007        TTh            2:00pm- 5:00pm      VANDERPLAATS   LS207    2.0
   0820       TTh           9:00am-11:00am           HANSEN, C             BH108         5.0
                                                                                                    0911        MW             6:00pm- 9:00pm      HUBBARD        LS207    2.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                                                                                                    0912        TTh            7:00pm-10:00pm      FAUST, H       LS207    2.0
   1153       MW            7:00pm- 9:00pm           WILLET, A             BH108         5.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                                                                                                 ANAT 5             BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
   2009       TTh           5:00pm- 7:00pm           BUESCH                BH108         5.0     Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                                      Structure and function of systems of the human body. Laboratory
                                                                                                 activities include study of human parts and models, and measure-
SIGN 1B           ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II                                           ments of physiological phenomena. Appropriate for majors in medical
Prerequisites: SIGN 1A                                                                           assisting, psychology, social service, art, some other paramedical and
A continuation of SIGN 1A, further instruction and introduction to                               health occupations, and for the liberal arts student. LG-C/NC
receptive and expressive language skills in American Sign Language                               Transfer: CSU; UC.
and to the culture of the Deaf community. Individualized work in the
World Languages Lab required. LG-C/NC                                                               0008        TTh            10:30am-12:00pm     FULLER         LS105    4.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                                              & TTh          12:00pm- 1:30pm                    LF101
   0821       MW            1:00pm- 3:00pm           HANSEN, C             BH108         5.0        0009        TTh            12:00pm- 1:30pm     FULLER         LF101    4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                                                     & TTh          1:30pm- 3:00pm                     LS105
   1154       TTh           7:00pm- 9:00pm           WILLET, A             BH108         5.0        0010        TTh            12:00pm- 1:30pm     FULLER         LF101    4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                                                     & TTh          3:00pm- 4:30pm      FULTON         LS105
                                                                                                    0913        TTh            6:00pm- 9:00pm      FULTON         LS105    4.0
SIGN 2A           INTERMEDIATE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
Prerequisites: SIGN 1B                                                                           ANAT 70            ANATOMICAL PREPARATIONS
Provides a review and completion of grammatical structures used in                               Prerequisites: ANAT 1 and 2
American Sign Language. Conversational practice includes discussion                              Human dissection and preparation of anatomical specimens. C/NC
of Deaf culture readings. Individualized work in the World Languages                             Transfer: CSU.
Lab required. LG-C/NC                                                                               0011                       Wkly hrs by arr     FAUST, H       LS207    1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                               Contact Ms. Faust. Office: LS205B; Phone: 646-4130.
   0822       TTh           12:30pm- 2:30pm          HANSEN, C             BH108         5.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                                                                                                 ANTHROPOLOGY
ANATOMY                                                                                          ANTH 2             INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL
     See also courses listed under BIOLOGY and                                                                      ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
     PHYSIOLOGY in this schedule.                                                                Explores the field of Biological Anthropology emphasizing human he-
                                                                                                 redity, mechanisms of evolutionary change, human variation, and the
ANAT 1            GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY                                                          reconstruction of human evolutionary history through examination of
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; high school chemistry and biology, or ANAT 5.   the fossil record of living monkeys and apes. LG-C/NC
Systemic approach to microscopic and gross structures of the human                               Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ANTH 2)
body. Appropriate for majors in nursing, physical therapy, dental hy-                               0012        MWF            9:00am-10:00am      STAFF          LF101    3.0
giene, physical education, occupational therapy, and similar fields. LG
                                                                                                    0013        TTh            9:30am-11:00am      STAFF          LF101    3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (ANAT1 + ANAT2 = CAN BIOL 10)(ANAT1 + ANAT2 +
PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL SEQ B)
   0003       MW            12:00pm- 1:00pm          FAUST, H              LF102         2.0
   0910       TTh           6:00pm- 7:00pm           FAUST, H              LF102         2.0




10                                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                         Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Anthropology                                                                                                                                         Art
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ANTH 4           INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL                                       ART
                 ANTHROPOLOGY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                      For PHOTOGRAPHY classes, see page 69.
Explores the development of human behavior and cultural diversity
with emphasis on kinship, personality formation, technology, govern-
ment, religion and language; analysis of the structural aspects of              ART 1             INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTS
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
human societies. LG-C/NC
                                                                                A survey of the arts for the non-major, with emphasis on contempo-
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ANTH 4)
                                                                                rary art forms. Illustrated lectures and films on painting, sculpture and
   0014       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        STAFF        SS101    3.0     architecture. LG-C/NC
   0914       W            6:00pm- 9:00pm         STAFF        SS101    3.0     Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   0029                    Wkly hrs by arr        JANICK       ONLINE        3.0
ANTH 6           INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY AND                                                           (09/19-12/12)
                 PREHISTORY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Friday,
Covers world prehistory as reconstructed from the archaeological and            September 19, 5-6pm, LF102. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED.
physical evidence of cultural beginnings. Also contains a brief survey          Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using
of archaeological methods, techniques and procedures. LG-C/NC                   the internet. DVDs available in library. There will be two additional
                                                                                MANDATORY meetings off-campus on Saturday, November 1 and
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ANTH 6)                                                 December 6, locations to be announced at orientation. Online dis-
   0015       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        STAFF        SS101    3.0     cussion format. For more information email: rjanick@mpc.edu or go
                                                                                to www.mpcfaculty.net/rick_janick
ANTH 11          DEALING WITH DIVERSITY                                            0929       M            7:00pm-10:00pm         KADISH       AS101         3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Addresses race, social class, age, gender and sexual orientation in             ART 2             HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I
American society. Includes an analysis of the different constraints and         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
motivations of people from different cultural backgrounds. LG-C/NC              Lectures and slides tracing the development of the art of Western
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Civilization from the ancient world, through the Middle Ages and the
   0016                    Wkly hrs by arr        GAMPER       LVRM     3.0     Renaissance, to 1520 A.D. LG-C/NC
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:                            Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 2)(ART2 + ART3 = CAN ART SEQ A)
Wednesday, August 27, 4pm, SS102. Mandatory testing dates are                      0030       MTWTh        8:00am- 9:00am         JANICK       AS101         4.0
Wednesdays October 8, November 19, and December 17 in SS102
at 4pm. For course information please visit instructor’s web page at
                                                                                ART 3             HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sepp_Gamper or email SGamper@mpc.edu                  Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0017                    Wkly hrs by arr        GAMPER       LVRM     3.0     Lectures and slides tracing the development of the art of Western
                           (09/23-12/16)                                        Civilization from the Protestant Reformation (1520) up to the late 20th
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,                           century. LG-C/NC
September 23, 4pm, SS101. Mandatory testing dates are Tuesdays                  Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 4)(ART2 + ART3 = CAN ART SEQ A)
October 21, November 18, and December 16 in SS101 at 4pm. For                      0930       TTh          5:00pm- 7:00pm         JANICK       AS101         4.0
course information please visit the instructor’s web page at
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sepp_Gamper or email SGamper@mpc.edu
                                                                                ART 4             IMAGES OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
ARABIC                                                                          Examines women in the visual arts, emphasizing American culture
                                                                                over the past four hundred years. Describes the visual arts made by
     For World Language prerequisite challenge exam                             women and what their relationship to society was when they made
                                                                                it. Also offered as Humanities 4 and Women’s Studies 4; credit may be
     information, please see page 107.                                          earned only once. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
ARAB 1A ELEMENTARY ARABIC I                                                        0031       MW           2:00pm- 3:30pm         ELIZABETH    SS201         3.0
Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading and writ-
ing the Arabic language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in                0931       M            5:30pm- 8:30pm         ELIZABETH    SS201         3.0
the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              ART 8             SURVEY OF ASIAN ART
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0915       MW           5:30pm- 7:30pm         GHANIM       HU203    5.0     Sculpture, painting, ceramics and architecture of India, China and
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                     Japan from the Stone Age to the present. Illustrated lectures include
                                                                                the historical and religious background which shaped the arts of East
                                                                                Asia. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   0932       MW           5:00pm- 6:30pm         JANICK       AS101         3.0
                                                                                Above course offered once every two years.




Monterey Peninsula College                                      Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                                11
MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Art                                                                                                                                             Art
   Section Days          Time             Instructor      Loc/Rm Units         Section Days               Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
ART 21A            PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES:                                  ART 30A           FIGURE DRAWING I
                   PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ARTWORK                               Advisories: ART 28A or 29A.
Introduction to methods of photographing both fine arts and graphic         Drawing the nude human form in a variety of media in short and long
arts. Study of cameras, lighting, film and placement of objects. May be     poses. Meets concurrently with ART 30B. LG-C/NC
taken four times for credit. C/NC                                           Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                 0039       MW              9:00am-12:00pm    WOLFSON        AS104         3.0
   1169        Sat & Sun 8:30am- 5:00pm   ANDERSON, D     AS106      0.5
                         (11/15-11/16)                                      ART 30B           FIGURE DRAWING II
Students may need supplies on the first day of class. An information        Continuation of ART 30A with more individual approaches to prob-
sheet is available from the Creative Arts Division office.                  lems in figure drawing. Meets concurrently with ART 30A. Students
                                                                            should have basic drawing skills and a basic knowledge of the figure.
                                                                            May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
ART 22             VISUAL FUNDAMENTALS:                                     Transfer: CSU; UC.
                   TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN
Creative explorations in two-dimensional design fundamentals. The              0040       MW              9:00am-12:00pm    WOLFSON        AS104         3.0
foundation of visual language. Includes line, shape, color, pattern,
texture. LG-C/NC                                                            ART 33C           SPECIAL DRAWING TECHNIQUES I:
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 14)                                                               PERSPECTIVE DRAWING
                                                                            Concentrated study in perspective drawing. A variety of media may
   0032        MW        9:00am-12:00pm   LEWYCKY         AC114      3.0    be used. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
                                                                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
ART 24             COLOR FUNDAMENTALS
Color fundamentals: hue, tints, shades, textures, patterns. The use of         0041       Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm          PAYNE          AS106         0.5
acrylic paint. LG-C/NC                                                                              (11/08-11/09)
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Students may need supplies on the first day of class. An information
   0033        TTh       9:30am-12:30pm   SMITH, ROBYN    AC114      3.0     sheet is available from the Creative Arts Division office.

ART 28A            DRAWING AND COMPOSITION I                                ART 34A           SPECIAL DRAWING TECHNIQUES II:
Techniques of drawing and principles of composition. Work in a                                LANDSCAPE DRAWING
variety of media. LG-C/NC                                                   Concentrated study in landscape drawing. A variety of media may be
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 8)                                              used. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
   0034        TTh       9:30am-12:30pm   PAYNE           AS106      3.0    Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0035        TTh       1:00pm- 4:00pm   QUINONEZ        AS106      3.0       0042       Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm          PAYNE          AS106         0.5
   0933        MW        6:00pm- 9:00pm   NIVEN, M        AS106      3.0                            (09/27-09/28)
                                                                             Students may need supplies on the first day of class. An information
ART 28B            DRAWING AND COMPOSITION II                                sheet is available from the Creative Arts Division office.
Continuation of ART 28A to improve and refine drawing skills using
a variety of media. Students should have basic drawing skills. May be       ART 35F           SPECIAL PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES I:
taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                                           MINIATURES
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                          Concentrated study in creating miniature fine art prints. Exploration of
   0036        TTh       9:30am-12:30pm   PAYNE           AS106      3.0    hand transfer and press techniques. Water- and oil-based inks may be
   0934        MW        6:00pm- 9:00pm   NIVEN, M        AS106      3.0    used. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
                                                                            Transfer: CSU.
ART 29A            SKETCH I                                                    0043       Sat & Sun 8:30am- 5:00pm          SMITH, ROBYN   AC114         0.5
Emphasis on the quick sketch for developing ideas and skills. A sketch                              (09/20-09/21)
course recommended for each semester for the art major. Meets                Students may need supplies on the first day of class. An information
concurrently with ART 29B. LG-C/NC                                           sheet is available from the Creative Arts Division office.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0037        W         9:00am-12:00pm   DAGDIGIAN, J    AS106      1.5    ART 35G           SPECIAL PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES I:
                                                                                              PRINTMAKING STUDIO
ART 29B            SKETCH II                                                An open studio class designed for experienced printmakers and/or
Prerequisites: Art 29A                                                      students having successfully completed at least one semester of print-
Continuation of ART 29A to further develop skills in quick sketch with      making at MPC. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
emphasis on composition. Meets concurrently with ART 29A. May be            Transfer: CSU.
taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                               0044                       Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, ROBYN   AC114         1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                            Contact the instructor during the first week of semester at 646-4268.
   0038        W         9:00am-12:00pm   DAGDIGIAN, J    AS106      1.5




12                                                          Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                   Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Art                                                                                                                                                       Art
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                     Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
ART 36A                  PRINTMAKING I: RELIEF PRINTMAKING                          ART 41            GRAPHIC DESIGN: IMAGES AND TYPE
Introduction to relief printmaking techniques, including wood-                      Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; ART 22 and 45.
block, linocut, stamp and collage printing. Basic fine art printmaking              Design with images and type. Examine graphic communication’s his-
principles and techniques are covered. Use of non-toxic materials is                tory, techniques and ties to commerce. Develop graphic form for print
emphasized. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                              and the computer screen. May be taken two times based on a new
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 20)                                                     version of software. LG-C/NC
   0045       F            9:00am- 4:00pm           KLEIN, E       AC114    3.0     Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                       0048       MW           1:00pm- 4:00pm           DAGDIGIAN, J   GA101      4.0
ART 36.1A                EXPERIMENTAL RELIEF PRINTMAKING                            Plus one hour per week by arrangement in GA102.
An exploration of experimental, non-toxic relief printmaking pro-
cesses. Techniques include but are not limited to multiple drop mixed               ART 45            INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS FOR
media prints and new technologies in relief printmaking. Includes                                     GRAPHIC ARTS
press operation and safe studio practices. May be taken four times for              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
credit. LG-C/NC                                                                     Provides students with graphic design computer essentials as they
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      create vector artwork and bitmap images with Adobe Illustrator soft-
                                                                                    ware. Includes scanning, color on the computer, technical terms and
   0046       F            9:00am- 4:00pm           KLEIN, E       AC114    3.0     concepts in the Macintosh environment. Students should have prior
                                                                                    computer experience/proficiency. May be taken two times based on a
ART 36E                  PHOTO-BASED PRINTMAKING                                    new version of software. LG-C/NC
An exploration of photo-based printmaking processes. Techniques                     Transfer: CSU.
include, but are not limited to, chine colle with photographs, gum
transfers, solar plates, and the use of digitally created images. Includes             0049       TTh          1:00pm- 4:00pm           PAYNE          GA101      4.0
press operation and safe studio practices. May be taken four times for              Plus one hour per week by arrangement in GA102.
credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      ART 46            INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; ART 45.
   1203       M            1:00pm- 7:00pm           SMITH, ROBYN   AC114    3.0
                                                                                    Introduction to digital imaging basics and Adobe Photoshop soft-
                                                                                    ware. Includes scanning, manipulation and retouching images in a
ART 39A                  CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA I                                   Macintosh computer environment. Emphasis on learning Photoshop
Advisories: ART 49.
                                                                                    and understanding digital imaging for print and web publishing.
Integration of fine art and computer technology. Terms and concepts                 Students should have proficiency in computer skills prior to
needed for digital image-making, such as: scanning, importing im-                   enrollment. May be taken two times based on a new version of
ages, color and printing issues, and drawing and painting with the                  software. LG-C/NC
computer; integration of digital and traditional art media. May be
taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                                 Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                         0050       MW           9:00am-12:00pm           SMITH, J       GA101      4.0
                                                                                    Plus one hour per week by arrangement in GA102.
   0935       MW           4:30pm- 6:00pm           DAGDIGIAN, J   GA101    2.0

ART 39B                  CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA II                                  ART 48            GRAPHIC ARTS PRODUCTION AND PRE-PRESS
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; ART 45.
Prerequisites: ART 39A
Advisories: ART 49.                                                                 Graphic arts production and digital pre-press. Includes desktop pro-
Continuation of ART 39A. Use of the computer to further studies                     duction of single- and multi-colored print jobs, proofing, pre-flighting
in drawing, painting, printmaking, weaving, jewelry, color, and/or                  electronic files, and vocabulary needed to communicate with service
photography. Emphasis on individualized projects. Introduction to                   bureaus and printers. May be taken two times based on a new version
concepts such as vector objects, typography, time, and interactivity.               of software. LG-C/NC
May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                          Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                         0937       TTh          6:00pm- 9:00pm           DAGDIGIAN, J   GA101      4.0
   0936       MW           4:30pm- 6:00pm           DAGDIGIAN, J   GA101    2.0     Plus one hour per week by arrangement in GA102.

ART 40                   GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR THE WEB                                 ART 49            GRAPHIC ARTS PROJECTS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; ART 45.                            Provides opportunity to review course materials, complete class proj-
Introduction to graphic and information design for the world wide                   ects, and practice software skills and techniques necessary for success
web using Macromedia and Adobe web design software in a                             in graphic arts courses. Includes opportunity to complete portfolio
Macintosh environment. May be taken two times based on a new                        projects. Students should be proficient in computer skills prior to
version of software. LG-C/NC                                                        enrollment. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      Transfer: CSU.
   0047       TTh          9:00am-12:00pm           BLUMENEAU      GA101    4.0        0051                    Wkly hrs by arr          PAYNE          GA102      1.0
Plus one hour per week by arrangement in GA102.                                     Initial class meeting: Thursday, August 28, 4:00pm in GA102. Three
                                                                                    hours per week by arrangement.




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  Art                                                                                                                                             Art
   Section Days            Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time             Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
ART 51            INTRODUCTION TO FILM/VIDEO                                 ART 58A           PAINTING I
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                      Advisories: ART 22 or 28A.
Introduction to the techniques, equipment, and processes involved            Introduction to painting methods with emphasis on composition,
in the making of motion picture or video tape production. Empha-             technique and painting styles. Option of oil or acrylic as a medium.
sis on the conceptualization and procedures followed in starting a           May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
production. LG-C/NC                                                          Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              0053       TTh            1:00pm- 4:00pm   SMITH, ROBYN   AS104         3.0
   0938       W            7:00pm-10:00pm    ROBBINS        AS101     3.0       0944       MW             6:00pm- 9:00pm   THORSON, C     AS104         3.0

ART 52A           FILM/VIDEO PRODUCTION I                                    ART 58B           PAINTING II
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                      A continuation of ART 58A. To develop additional oil and acrylic
Hands-on class. Students involved in script writing, camera operation,       painting techniques, including non-traditional media and formats.
directing, lighting, sound mixing and editing. Students work closely         Emphasis on individual expression and conceptual ideas. Students
with ART 52B advanced students. Students should have a basic                 should have basic painting skills in either oils or acrylics. May be taken
operational knowledge of film/video equipment. LG-C/NC                       two times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0939       M            5:00pm-10:00pm    BOES, B        GA103     3.0       0945       MW             6:00pm- 9:00pm   THORSON, C     AS104         3.0
ART 52B           FILM/VIDEO PRODUCTION II                                   ART 63A           SCULPTURE I
Prerequisites: ART 52A
                                                                             Introduction to basic sculptural ideas with experience in real space
Emphasis is on the more advanced techniques of film/tape produc-             form, tools and techniques. Materials may include clay, plaster, wood,
tion; direction, interior cinematography, special effects, etc. Intended     stone, metal, plexiglass or plasticine. May be taken two times for
for the cinema/video student ready to produce a specific project.            credit. LG-C/NC
LG-C/NC
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                0946       MW             6:30pm- 9:30pm   QUINONEZ       AD101         3.0
   0940       M            5:00pm-10:00pm    BOES, B        GA103     3.0
                                                                             ART 63B           SCULPTURE II
ART 53            ADVANCED FILM AND VIDEO WORKSHOP                           Prerequisites: ART 63A
Prerequisites: ART 52B
                                                                             Continuation of ART 63A with concentration on more complex proj-
Advanced students work on special broadcast projects. LG-C/NC                ects. Increased student participation and responsibility to generate
Transfer: CSU.                                                               direction for their work. Increased emphasis on the use of permanent
   0941       M            5:00pm-10:00pm    BOES, B        GA103     3.0    materials. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
ART 55F           SPECIAL PAINTING TECHNIQUES I:                                0054       TTh            9:30am-12:30pm   QUINONEZ       AD101         3.0
                  PAINTING STUDIO
An open studio class designed for experienced painters and/or                ART 66            METAL SCULPTURE
students having successfully completed at least one semester of              Introduction to basic metal sculpture, including experience with
painting at MPC. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                 metal fabrication and metal casting. Materials may include plate steel,
Transfer: CSU.                                                               modeling wax and welding rod. May be taken for a maximum of six
   0052                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, ROBYN   AS104     1.0    units. LG-C/NC
Contact the instructor during the first week of semester at 646-2468.        Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                0055       F              9:00am- 4:00pm   LAMP, R        AD101         3.0
ART 57A           WATERCOLOR I
Advisories: ART 28A.                                                         ART 67            STONE SCULPTURE
Traditional watercolor painting with emphasis on transparent washes          Introduction to basic stone carving, including experience with steatite,
and experimental methods. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC         alabaster and marble. Tools include rasps and stone chisels. May be
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           taken for a maximum of six units. LG-C/NC
   0942       TTh          6:00pm- 9:00pm    STAFF          AS106     3.0    Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                0056       MW             1:00pm- 4:00pm   PARTCH, PETE   AD101         3.0
ART 57B           WATERCOLOR II
Prerequisites: ART 57A                                                       ART 70A           CERAMIC HANDBUILDING I
Continuation of ART 57A with emphasis on approaches to the media.            Introduction to basic ceramic processes. Creation of handbuilt forms
May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                   utilizing a variety of construction techniques. Introduction to glazing
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           for surface enrichment. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
   0943       TTh          6:00pm- 9:00pm    STAFF          AS106     3.0    Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 6)
                                                                                0057       TTh            9:00am-12:00pm   EISENBACH, D   AC109         3.0




14                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                 Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                    MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Art                                                                                                                                            Art
   Section Days        Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days        Time                Instructor        Loc/Rm Units
ART 70B           CERAMIC HANDBUILDING II                                    ART 81B        KILN-FORMED GLASS II
A continuation of handbuilding techniques, experimentation with              Continuation of the investigation of the properties of glass by fusing
clay bodies, glazing, finishing and decorative processes, and historical     glass in the kiln and slumping it into molds. Ceramic mold making
and contemporary knowledge in the field of ceramics. It is recom-            for this purpose is part of the curriculum. Emphasis is placed on the
mended that students have taken ART 70A. May be taken four times             creative potential of the medium and on personal conceptual
for credit. LG-C/NC                                                          development. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Transfer: CSU.
   0058       TTh      9:00am-12:00pm     EISENBACH, D     AC109      3.0      0063     F          9:00am- 4:00pm      EISENBACH, D      AC109         3.0

ART 71A           CERAMIC WHEEL THROWING I                                   ART 82B        SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES I:
Advisories: ART 70A.                                                                        SOLDERING CLINIC
Introduction in designing clay forms on the potter’s wheel. May be           A concentrated study of soldering techniques provided through dem-
taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                         onstrations and hands-on practice. Students problem-solve through
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           course discussion and analysis of their soldering results. May be taken
   0059       MW       9:00am-12:00pm     ALONAS KODL      AC117      3.0    four times for credit. C/NC
                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
ART 71B           CERAMIC WHEEL THROWING II                                    0948     FS & Sun 9:30am- 3:30pm        BLANCHARD         AD107         0.5
Provides further opportunity for experimentation with the potter’s                               (11/21-11/23)
wheel as a tool for creating forms. Focus on deepening basic throwing        A $15.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
skills and introducing new techniques in both utilitarian and sculp-
tural applications. It is recommended that students have taken ART           ART 82E        SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES I:
71A. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                            SURFACE EMBELLISHMENTS
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Explores jewelry-making techniques related to surface treatments on
   0947       TTh      6:00pm- 9:00pm     NICASTRO         AC117      3.0    metals. Includes demonstrations, examples, and hands-on activity in
                                                                             the use of surface embellishments for the design and creation of origi-
ART 74A           CERAMIC SCULPTURE I                                        nal and unique jewelry. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
Advisories: ART 70A.                                                         Transfer: CSU.
Exploration of ceramic methodology as applied to the creation of               0949     Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm       BLANCHARD         AD107         1.0
sculpture. Various sculptural techniques in clay will be addressed, with                          (10/25-11/02)
emphasis placed on contemporary practices and individual creative            A $20.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
investigations in clay. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           ART 83B        SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I:
   0060       TTh      1:00pm- 4:00pm     EISENBACH, D     AC109      3.0                   HANDMADE JEWELRY MECHANISMS
                                                                             Focuses on making jewelry mechanisms using fabrication techniques.
ART 74B           CERAMIC SCULPTURE II                                       Through demonstrations, examples, and hands-on activity, students
Advisories: ART 70A.                                                         learn to develop and construct a variety of findings, clasps, and
Continues the investigation of sculptural concepts in clay through           catches. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
studio application. Topics may include creative experiments with             Transfer: CSU.
sculptural forms from the human figure, installations, site-specific           0064     MW         1:00pm- 4:00pm      BROWN, TL         AD107         1.0
works, process-based works, mixed media, and other non-traditional
art forms. Emphasis is placed on personal conceptual development. It                               (11/12-12/17)
is strongly recommended that students have previous experience in            A $20.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
ceramics or sculpture. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                               ART 83D        SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I: FIBULA
                                                                                            (ANCIENT BROOCH)
   0061       TTh      1:00pm- 4:00pm     EISENBACH, D     AC109      3.0
                                                                             Focuses on the design and creation of original and unique fibulas.
                                                                             Demonstrations, hands-on activity, and historical and contemporary ex-
ART 81A           KILN-FORMED GLASS I                                        amples of fibulas are included. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
Introduction to the study of glass and examination of its properties,
                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
qualities, and characteristics for three-dimensional expression. Emphasis
on the creative potential of the medium and its architectural and fine         1196     F          9:30am- 3:30pm      SANTANA           AD107         0.5
arts applications. The kiln will be used for glass working techniques such                         (10/24-11/07)
as slumping and fusing and for firing ceramic molds. May be taken four       A $15.00 materials charge will be collected at the time of registration.
times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
   0062       F        9:00am- 4:00pm     EISENBACH, D     AC109      3.0




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  Art                                                                                                                                             Art
   Section Days          Time             Instructor        Loc/Rm Units         Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ART 83E           SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I:                               ART 85B           ENAMELING II
                  WIREWORK FOR JEWELRY                                        Prerequisites: ART 85A
Explores techniques for creating jewelry from wire and provides a             Advanced enamel application techniques, including cloisonné,
good foundation in the use of basic hand tools, equipment and safety.         champlevé, plique-à-jour, basse-taille, screen printing, limoge and
Principles of good design will be covered, with examples from both            more. Demonstrations cover designing for the unique properties of
historical and contemporary sources. Students create original designs         enamel, kiln firing and a variety of finishing techniques. Designed to
utilizing the techniques of bending, coiling, forging, coloring, and          further the skills of students who have previously mastered the basic
finishing the wire. Designed to accommodate all skill levels. May be          principles for applying and fusing enamel to metal. May be taken four
taken four times for credit. C/NC                                             times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                Transfer: CSU.
   0950       Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:30pm    HOLADAY           AD107       0.5      0068       F            9:30am- 4:30pm         HOLADAY      AD107      1.5
                        (10/11-10/12)                                                                    (08/29-10/10)
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.         A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.

ART 84A           JEWELRY AND METAL ARTS I                                    ART 89A           SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES II:
Advisories: ART 22.                                                                             NARRATIVE JEWELRY
Introduction to metalworking for jewelry and small scale metal art            Students learn about narrative jewelry and how to achieve personal
objects. Project emphasis on historical, contemporary and original            imagery in developing content-oriented work. Through demonstra-
designs, demonstrations, hands-on practice, experimentation, equip-           tions, examples, and hands-on activity, students learn to incorporate
ment usage and safety issues. Techniques include cutting, joining,            small metal techniques with materials and ideas. May be taken four
forming, surface treatments, stone setting and finishing. May be taken        times for credit. C/NC
four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                                Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                 0069       MW           1:00pm- 4:00pm         BROWN, TL    AD107      2.0
   0065       TTh        9:30am-12:30pm   BROWN, TL         AD107       3.0                              (08/25-11/05)
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.         A $20.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
   1204       TTh        1:00pm- 4:00pm   BROWN, TL         AD107       3.0   Optional: Bring small objects to second class meeting with symbolic or
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.         personal meaning. Items may be incorporated in small scale metal or
   0951       MW         6:30pm- 9:30pm   HOLADAY           AD107       3.0   jewelry projects.
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
                                                                              ART 89B           SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES II:
ART 84B           JEWELRY AND METAL ARTS II                                                     HOLLOWFORM CONSTRUCTION
Prerequisites: ART 84A                                                        Explores techniques for creating hollowforms, including beads,
Continuation of ART 84A to offer the experienced student additional           bracelets, rings, and lockets. Demonstrations cover the use of dapping
skill development including box and hinge construction, die forming,          blocks, the hydraulic press, cold connections, soldering and finishing
titanium anodizing and anticlastic raising. May be taken for a                techniques. Designed to accommodate all skill levels. May be taken
maximum of six units. LG-C/NC                                                 four times for credit. C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                Transfer: CSU.
   0066       TTh        9:30am-12:30pm   BROWN, TL         AD107       3.0      0070       Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm            SANTANA      AD107      1.0
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.                                 (09/20-09/28)
   1205       TTh        1:00pm- 4:00pm   BROWN, TL         AD107       3.0   A $20.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
                                                                              ART 90            INDEPENDENT STUDY: EXPERIENCE THE
   0952       MW         6:30pm- 9:30pm   HOLADAY           AD107       3.0                     ARTS
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                              A unique opportunity to view and analyze works of art in gallery/studio
ART 85A           ENAMELING I                                                 environments. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
Basic methods of fusing glass to metal using a kiln or a torch. Demon-        Transfer: CSU.
strations cover designing for unique properties of enamel and metal,
a variety of basic metal fabrication techniques, and three methods for           1199                    Wkly hrs by arr        PICKFORD     AG101      0.5
applying enamel to metal: sifting, painting and wet-packing. Designed         Contact instructor within the first two weeks of class through the MPC
to accommodate all levels of ability, with an emphasis on individual          Art Gallery at 646-3060.
expression. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
   0067       F          9:30am- 4:30pm   HOLADAY           AD107       1.5
                         (08/29-10/10)
A $25.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.




16                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                      Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                   MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Art                                                                                                                                             Astronomy
   Section Days              Time              Instructor       Loc/Rm Units         Section Days                Time                 Instructor      Loc/Rm Units

ART PRACTICUM CLASSES                                                             ART 93.9            PRACTICUM: PRINTMAKING
                                                                                  Prerequisites: ART 36A or 37
      PLEASE NOTE: Practicum classes may be taken ONLY                            Supervised work in printmaking techniques. May be taken four times
      by advanced students, after the prerequisite course has                     for credit. LG-C/NC
      been taken.                                                                 Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                     0079        M               1:00pm- 7:00pm       SMITH, ROBYN    AC114    2.0
ART 93.1           PRACTICUM: DRAWING                                                1168        F               1:00pm- 7:00pm       KLEIN, E        AC114    1.0
Prerequisites: ART 28A                                                                                           (08/29-12/12)
Supervised studio work in drawing for experienced students. May be
taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    ASTRONOMY
   0071        MW            9:00am-12:00pm    WOLFSON          AS104       2.0
                                                                                  ASTR 10             INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
                                                                                  Corequisites: ASTR 10L
ART 93.3           PRACTICUM: PAINTING                                            Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Prerequisites: ART 57A, 57B, 58A, or 58B
                                                                                  Phenomena and principles of astronomy, stressing the evolution of
Supervised studio practice in painting for individualized development.
                                                                                  current conceptions of the universe and their influence on culture
May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  and technology. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0072        TTh           1:00pm- 4:00pm    SMITH, ROBYN     AS104       2.0
                                                                                     0081        MWF             11:00am-12:00pm      BOSSERMAN       LF103    3.0
   0953        MW            6:00pm- 9:00pm    THORSON, C       AS104       2.0   Must be enrolled in one of the following sections of ASTR 10L for
   0954        TTh           6:00pm- 9:00pm    STAFF            AS106       2.0   required laboratory: 0959, 0960, 0961 or 0962.
                                                                                     0082                        Wkly hrs by arr      MICHAELS        LVRM     3.0
ART 93.4           PRACTICUM: SCULPTURE                                           LIVING ROOM SERIES: MANDATORY FIELD TRIP: Monday, August 25,
Prerequisites: ART 63A, 64, 66, 67 or 68
                                                                                  8pm, meeting at off-campus site; details outlined in syllabus. Plus 16
Supervised studio practice in sculpture for individual development.               hours by arrangement per semester for field trips. Students should
May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                       study a copy of course schedule and syllabus before enrolling. Copies
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    are available in the MPC Physical Sciences Division Office and the DLI
   0073        MW            1:00pm- 4:00pm    PARTCH, PETE     AD101       2.0   Education Center. Labs and field trips are held on Monday nights. Must
   0074        TTh           9:30am-12:30pm    QUINONEZ         AD101       2.0   also be enrolled in ASTR 10L (section 0958) for required laboratory.
   0075        F             9:00am- 4:00pm    LAMP, R          AD101       2.0
   0955        MW            6:30pm- 9:30pm    QUINONEZ         AD101       2.0   ASTR 10L INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
                                                                                           LABORATORY
                                                                                  Corequisites: ASTR 10
ART 93.5           PRACTICUM: CERAMICS                                            Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Prerequisites: ART 70A or 71A
                                                                                  Fundamental laboratory study and hands-on examination of the topics
Supervised studio work in ceramics. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC   covered in ASTR 10. Local evening field trips required. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0076        MW            9:00am-12:00pm    ALONAS KODL      AC117       2.0      0958        M               6:00pm- 8:00pm       MICHAELS        PS107    1.0
Ceramics Practicums may only be taken by advanced students.
                                                                                   MANDATORY INITIAL FIELD TRIP: Monday, August 25, 8pm, meet-
SEE INSTRUCTOR BEFORE REGISTERING.
                                                                                   ing at off campus site; details outlined in syllabus. Plus 16 hours by
   0077                      Wkly hrs by arr   EISENBACH, D     AC109       2.0    arrangement per semester for field trips. Students should study a
Six hours per week by arrangement between 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm                     copy of the course schedule and syllabus before enrolling. Copies are
TTh or 9am-4pm F, in AC109. Ceramics Practicums may only be taken                  available in the MPC Physical Sciences Division Office and the DLI
by advanced students. SEE INSTRUCTOR BEFORE REGISTERING.                           Education Center. Labs and field trips are held on Monday nights.
   0956        TTh           6:00pm- 9:00pm    NICASTRO         AC117       2.0    Must also be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section 0082).
Ceramics Practicums may only be taken by advanced students.                          0959        T               6:00pm- 8:00pm       BOSSERMAN       PS107    1.0
SEE INSTRUCTOR BEFORE REGISTERING.                                                 Plus 16 additional hours by arrangement per semester on Tuesday
                                                                                   nights for field trips. Must be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section
ART 93.6           PRACTICUM: JEWELRY                                              0081).
Prerequisites: ART 84A                                                               0960        W               6:00pm- 8:00pm       BOSSERMAN       PS107    1.0
Supervised studio work in jewelry. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC     Plus 16 additional hours by arrangement per semester on Wednesday
Transfer: CSU.                                                                     nights for field trips. Must be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section 0081).
   0078                      Wkly hrs by arr   BROWN, TL        AD107       2.0      0961        Th              6:00pm- 8:00pm       BOSSERMAN       PS107    1.0
Six hours per week by arrangement between 9:30-12:30pm or 1-4pm                    Plus 16 additional hours by arrangement per semester on Thursday
TTH in AD107. A $20.00 materials charge will be collected at the time              nights for field trips. Must be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section 0081).
of registration.                                                                     0962        F               6:00pm- 8:00pm       BOSSERMAN       PS107    1.0
   0957        MW            6:30pm- 9:30pm    HOLADAY          AD107       2.0
                                                                                   Plus 16 additional hours by arrangement per semester on Friday nights
A $20.00 materials fee will be collected at the time of registration.
                                                                                   for field trips. Must be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section 0081).


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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Automotive Technology                                                                                                                                         Biology
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days               Time                       Instructor             Loc/Rm Units

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                            AVIATION
     For further information, please contact the Automotive                            All aviation courses are held at Monterey Bay Aviation
     Technology Department at (831) 646-4189.                                          located off of North Fremont Street at Monterey
                                                                                       Peninsula Airport’s North Side. For further information
AUTO 100 INTRODUCTION TO AUTO TECHNOLOGY                                               about aviation call (831) 375-2359.
Survey of major automotive systems: fuel; cooling; electrical; braking;
steering and suspension; and engine, transmission, and drive lines.              AVIA 101 PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
Use of repair manuals. Parts cataloging. Career opportunities. LG-C/NC           A basic course in the theory and practice of flying. Course is an ap-
   0083       TTh          8:00am-11:00am         LAWRENCE, J   AT101    4.0     proved ground school, and a passing grade is prerequisite to taking
   0963       MW           6:30pm- 9:30pm         DONOHOE       AT101    4.0     the Federal Aviation Administration Knowledge Test, preparatory
                                                                                 to receiving the Private Pilot License. Includes aerodynamics flight
AUTO 101 ENGINE REPAIR                                                           maneuvers, regulations, navigation, meteorology, human factors
Engine design and components. Disassembly and reassembly.                        and flight planning. A three-hour field trip to a local airport may be
Performance specifications. Diagnosis of malfunction. LG-C/NC                    required. LG-C/NC
   0084       TTh          3:00pm- 6:00pm         IVEY          AT101    4.0        0965        T              6:00pm- 9:00pm             TEAL                   MBAVIA   3.0
                                                                                  Off-campus location: Monterey Bay Aviation is located at
AUTO 102 BASIC AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY AND                                         514 Airport Way, Hangar 514 at Monterey Peninsula Airport’s
         ELECTRONICS                                                              North Side. Enter using North Fremont Street.
Beginning course in automotive electrical and electronic application.             Visit www.montereybayaviation.com\aboutus\location.asp
Terminology, operation and troubleshooting of electrical and                      or call (831)375-2359 for detailed information.
electronic circuits and components. LG-C/NC
   0085       MW           3:00pm- 6:00pm         LAWRENCE, J   AT101    4.0     AVIA 105 INSTRUMENT PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
                                                                                 Advisories: AVIA 101; or private pilot ground school; or private pilot’s license.
AUTO 103 ENGINE PERFORMANCE                                                      A basic course in the theory and practice of flying under instru-
                                                                                 ment meteorological conditions. Approved ground school; passing
Principles and diagnosis of carburetor systems, fuel ignition systems,
                                                                                 grade is a prerequisite to taking the Federal Aviation Administration
and emission controls. Troubleshooting and diagnosis. LG-C/NC
                                                                                 Knowledge Test, preparatory to receiving the Instrument Pilot License.
   0086       MWF          8:00am-11:00am         LAWRENCE, J   AT101    6.0     Includes aircraft and instrument systems, altitude flying, regulations,
                                                                                 air traffic control, navigation, meteorology, human factors, flight plan-
AUTO 111 AUTOMOTIVE STEERING AND SUSPENSION                                      ning, instrument charts and instrument approaches. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                     0966        W              6:00pm- 9:00pm             SCHWARTZ               MBAVIA   3.0
Theory of alignment and wheel balance; types of steering construc-
tion; repair and adjustment of worn steering components; alignment                Off-campus location: Monterey Bay Aviation is located at
procedures. Students will be prepared for National Certification (ASE)            514 Airport Way, Hangar 514 at Monterey Peninsula Airport’s
in Steering, Suspension and Alignment. LG-C/NC                                    North Side. Enter using North Fremont Street.
                                                                                  Visit www.montereybayaviation.com\aboutus\location.asp
   0964       TTh          6:30pm- 9:30pm         NAKAUCHI      AT101    4.0      or call (831)375-2359 for detailed information.

AUTO 160 SUPERVISED AUTOMOTIVE TRADE
         EXPERIENCE                                                              BIOLOGY
A practical course designed to parallel conditions and experiences of
working on the job. A sampling of trade experiences. May be taken                      See also courses listed under ANATOMY and
three times for credit. LG-C/NC                                                        PHYSIOLOGY in this schedule.
   0087       F            1:00pm- 4:00pm         LAWRENCE, J   AT101    1.0
                                                                                 BIOL 10            PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 A survey of modern biology including concepts of molecular, organ-
                                                                                 ismic, and population biology. Individualized computer lab hours by
                                                                                 arrangement in the Life Science Computer Lab. LG-C/NC
                                                                                 Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN BIOL 2)
                                                                                    0088        MWF            10:00am-11:00am            DURSTENFELD            LS102    4.0
                                                                                                &W             2:00pm- 5:00pm                                    LS101
                                                                                 Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer
                                                                                 Lab (LS103).
                                                                                    0089        MWF            10:00am-11:00am            DURSTENFELD            LS102    4.0
                                                                                                &M             2:00pm- 5:00pm                                    LS101
                                                                                 Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer
                                                                                 Lab (LS103).



18                                                               Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                             Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Biology                                                                                                                                            Biology
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor      Loc/Rm Units         Section Days            Time                    Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
BIOL 13          MARINE BIOLOGY                                                     BIOL 26            APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                     Prerequisites: CHEM 30A
Introduction to the marine sciences with an emphasis on marine                      Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
ecology and the Monterey Bay region. Topics also include marine                     Covers aseptic techniques, culture of bacteria, identification of
research, technology, and sampling. Field trips required. Individualized            microbes, and the clinical uses of physiological testing on bacterial
computer lab hours by arrangement in the Life Science Computer                      species. Designed for those entering paramedical training programs,
Lab. LG-C/NC                                                                        including RN, LVN, and veterinary assisting. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                  Transfer: CSU.
   0090       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        RASKOFF, K      LS102     4.0        0095       MWF          10:00am-12:00pm         THOMPSON, J   LS201     1.0
              &W           2:00pm- 5:00pm                         LS104                                        (08/25-10/17)
Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer                     0096       MWF          1:00pm- 3:00pm          THOMPSON, J   LS201     1.0
Lab (LS103).                                                                                                   (08/25-10/17)
   0091       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        RASKOFF, K      LS102     4.0        0097       MWF          10:00am-12:00pm         THOMPSON, J   LS201     1.0
              &M           2:00pm- 5:00pm                         LS104                                        (10/20-12/12)
Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer
Lab (LS103).                                                                        BIOL 30            INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; MATH 261.
BIOL 22          CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY II: DIVERSITY,                                 An introduction to the principles of genetics. Not intended for biology
                 ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION                                                 majors. Topics include classic genetics, human genetics and genetic
Prerequisites: MATH 263                                                             counseling, population genetics, evolution, microbial genetics and
Corequisites: CHEM 1A                                                               molecular genetics including technologies of DNA. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                     Transfer: CSU; UC.
A study of the diversity of life, principles of ecology, behavior, historic
biogeography and organic evolution. Required for Biology majors.                       0967       T            6:00pm- 9:00pm          DURSTENFELD   LS101     3.0
Individualized computer lab hours by arrangement in the Life Science
Computer Lab. LG                                                                    BIOL 31            ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Transfer: CSU; UC. (BIOL21 + BIOL22 = CAN BIOL SEQ A)
                                                                                    A survey of basic ecological principles and their application to the
   0092       MWF          1:00pm- 2:00pm DURSTENFELD/RASKOFF LS102         5.0     human condition. Problems of population growth, resource deple-
              & TTh        2:00pm- 5:00pm                     LS101                 tion, misapplication of technology, and environmental degradation.
Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement in the Life Science                  Individualized computer lab hours by arrangement in the Life Science
Computer Lab (LS103).                                                               Computer Lab. LG-C/NC
   0093       MWF          1:00pm- 2:00pm DURSTENFELD/RASKOFF LS102         5.0     Transfer: CSU; UC.
              & TTh        9:00am-12:00pm                     LS101                    0098       MW           8:30am-10:00am          RASKOFF, K    LS102     3.0
Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement in the Life Science                  Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer
Computer Lab (LS 103).                                                              Lab (LS103). Biology 31 does not include lab hours. Enrollment in
                                                                                    Biology 32 is necessary to satisfy the lab portion of the general
BIOL 25          APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY LECTURE                                       education science requirement.
Prerequisites: CHEM 30A                                                                0968       Th           5:30pm- 8:30pm PRESTON/MATSUMOTO LS102          3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                     Plus one hour per week by arrangement in the Life Science Computer
Covers bacterial genetics and physiology, infectious diseases, modes
                                                                                     Lab (LS103). Biology 31 does not include lab hours. Enrollment in
of disease transmission and prevention, and the immune system.
                                                                                     Biology 32 is necessary to satisfy the lab portion of the general edu-
Designed for paramedical training programs, including RN, LVN,
                                                                                     cation science requirement.
and veterinary assisting. Individualized computer lab hours by
arrangement in the Life Science Computer Lab (LS103). LG
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      BIOL 32            ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
                                                                                    Prerequisites or corequisites: BIOL 31
   0094       MWF          9:00am-10:00am         FAIL/DURSTENFELD LF102    3.0     Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement in the Life Science                  A lab class covering major aspects of how humans impact the en-
Computer Lab (LS103).                                                               vironment, including populations, water, sewage, pollution, habitat
                                                                                    preservation, soils, and planning. Field trips and local issues are
                                                                                    emphasized. LG-C/NC
                                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                       0099       F            9:00am-12:00pm          HOOVER        LS101     1.0
                                                                                    Designed as a complementary lab course for BIOL 31. Moderate
                                                                                    walking may be required. Most of the sessions will be held at various
                                                                                    off-campus locations such as: sewage and water treatment plant,
                                                                                    power plant, green buildings, land fill, desalination plant, and
                                                                                    organic farm. A detailed schedule will be provided at the first class
                                                                                    meeting.




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Biology
   Business                                                                                                                                            Business
   Section Days              Time                      Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
BIOL 75.4               BIOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: FORESTS                              BUSI 20          INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                        OF THE CENTRAL COAST                                           Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
A field survey of native trees and shrubs in communities of Central                    Provides a basic vocabulary of business terms and an understanding
California coast, with slide presentations and training in the tech-                   of the structure and operational procedures of business enterprises.
niques of Family and species identification. C/NC                                      LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                         Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0969        F             5:30pm- 7:30pm            NEDEFF         LS102    1.0        0105       MW           1:00pm- 2:30pm         MELLINO, R     BC107     3.0
               & Sat         9:00am- 3:30pm                           FTRIP               0974       T            6:00pm- 9:00pm         STAFF          BC107     3.0
                             (09/06-09/27)
                                                                                       BUSI 22          HUMAN BEHAVIOR/LEADERSHIP
                                                                                       Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
BUSINESS                                                                               Presents an overview of the major psychological concepts and
                                                                                       techniques that are relevant in attaining both good performance and
                                                                                       personal satisfaction on the job. Subjects include leadership skills,
BUSI 1A             FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A; elig for MATH 263; BUSI 120A.                     time management, values clarification, decision making skills, career
                                                                                       management, human motivation and transactional analysis. LG-C/NC
Accounting concepts, application of theory to accumulating and
summarizing financial data, analysis and interpretation of financial                   Transfer: CSU.
statements. Recommended for transfer majors. LG-C/NC                                      0106       MW           11:00am-12:30pm        CASTILLO, L    BC107     3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN BUS 2)(BUSI1A + BUSI1B = CAN BUS SEQ A)
   0100        MW            9:00am-11:00am            MIKKELSEN      BC107    4.0     BUSI 24          BUSINESS ISSUES AND ETHICS
                                                                                       Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0101                      Wkly hrs by arr           MIKKELSEN      ONLINE   4.0
                                                                                       The study of ethical issues facing American businesses today includ-
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,                                ing environmental pollution, insider trading, and sexual harassment.
August 25, 5-6pm, BC107. Students must have access to a computer                       Focus is on the responsibility of businesses to all parties affected by
and be familiar with the using the Internet. For more information                      their decisions. LG-C/NC
contact instructor at: jmikkelsen@mpc.edu
                                                                                       Transfer: CSU.
   0102        TTh           11:00am- 1:00pm           MIKKELSEN      BC107    4.0
                                                                                          0107                    Wkly hrs by arr        TIMM           ONLINE    3.0
   0971        M             6:00pm-10:00pm            STAFF          BC107    4.0
                                                                                                                  (09/02-12/16)
                                                                                       ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday,
BUSI 1B             MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Prerequisites: BUSI 1A                                                                 9/02/08, 5-6pm, BC202. Students must have access to a computer and
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; elig for MATH 261.                    be familiar with the Internet. Course materials can be accessed one
Use of accounting data for managerial decision making. Topics                          week before orientation by visiting: http://ilearn.mpc.edu and
include cost accounting, profit planning, flexible budgets and capital                 following the login instructions.
investment decisions. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN BUS 4)(BUSI1A + BUSI1B = CAN BUS SEQ A)                        BUSI 30          GLOBAL MANAGEMENT
                                                                                       Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0972        Th            6:00pm-10:00pm            MIKKELSEN      BC107    4.0     Survey of major issues associated with doing business in an interna-
                                                                                       tional environment. Topics include international trade issues, balance
BUSI 18             BUSINESS LAW                                                       of payments, cultures, politics, and international management strate-
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                        gies. LG-C/NC
Acquaints students with court procedures, contracts, legal and social                  Transfer: CSU.
environment of business, personal property and bailment, sales,
commercial paper, agency and employment. LG-C/NC                                          0108       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         TIMM           BC201     3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                       BUSI 38          MULTICULTURALISM IN CORPORATE
   0103                      Wkly hrs by arr           CASTILLO, L    ONLINE   3.0                      AMERICA
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING:                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Thursday, August 28, 5-6pm, LTC203/204. Students must have                             An exploration of issues on race, culture, gender and ethnicity as it
access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.                          relates to developing a cohesive corporate culture in American busi-
For more information, please go to the instructor’s website at:                        nesses. American cultures, African, Indian, Asian, Chicano/Latino, and
www.mpcfaculty.net/leandro_castillo                                                    European are addressed. LG-C/NC
   0104        TTh           8:00am- 9:30am            CASTILLO, L    BC107    3.0     Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0973        W             6:00pm- 9:00pm            CASTILLO, L    BC107    3.0        0109       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        TIMM           BC201     3.0




20                                                                     Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                     Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                               MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Business                                                                                                                                            Business
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                   Instructor           Loc/Rm Units
BUSI 40           PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                                      BUSI 70            BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Operational analysis of the manager’s role in all types of organizations.       Correspondence in selected business areas: selling, employment,
Management issues in planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and             adjustments and complaints, announcements, credit and collections,
controlling. LG-C/NC                                                            report preparation, oral communication, and communication recep-
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  tion: reading and listening. Non-verbal communication. LG-C/NC
   0110                    Wkly hrs by arr        TIMM         ONLINE   3.0     Transfer: CSU.
                           (10/15-12/10)                                           0113                      Wkly hrs by arr        STAFF                ONLINE          3.0
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING:                                 ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday,
Wednesday, October 15, 5-6pm, BC204. Students must have access to               August 26, 4-6pm, BC208. Students must have access to a computer
a computer and be familiar with using the Internet. Course materials            and be familiar with using the Internet. For more information contact
can be accessed one week before orientation by visiting:                        the instructor’s email address at: dbusse@mpc.edu Above section will
http://ilearn.mpc.edu and following login instructions.                         hold optional meetings on the following Tuesdays: 9/02, 11/25 and
                                                                                12/02 from 4-6pm in BC208.
BUSI 44           INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS OWNERSHIP/
                  MANAGEMENT                                                    BUSI 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Simple and compound interest, installment financing, taxes.
Analysis of the practical problems of organizing and managing a suc-            Merchandising and other topics. Working knowledge of arithmetic
cessful small business enterprise. Concentration on specific business           and basic mathematics recommended. LG-C/NC
profiles as well as various areas of business operations. LG-C/NC                  0114        F             9:00am-12:00pm         SOBOTKA              BC101           3.0
Transfer: CSU.
   0111       MW           9:00am-10:30am         MELLINO, R   BC201    3.0     BUSI 120A BASIC ACCOUNTING
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; MATH 360.
   0975       T            6:00pm- 9:00pm         SOBOTKA      MT1      3.0
                                                                                Double-entry, accrual accounting procedures. Recording transactions;
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                    end-of-period worksheets and statements; cash control; accounts
289 12th St., Marina.                                                           receivable and payable; payroll procedures. Basic training for book-
                                                                                keeping and accounting occupations. LG-C/NC
BUSI 50           INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING                                        0115        MW            11:00am- 1:00pm        GOEHRING             BC201           3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                   0977        Th            6:00pm-10:00pm         ROBERTS, C           BC201           3.0
Factors affecting flow of goods from producer to consumer. Consum-
er in the marketplace, trends in retailing and wholesaling, importance
of marketplace, importance of marketing research, sales management              BUSI 120B COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; MATH 360; concurrent enrollment in or
techniques, and effect of government controls on marketing. LG-C/NC             completion of BUSI 120A or BUSI 1A; or accounting cycle familiarity.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  Provides introduction to and practical application of spreadsheets and
   0112                    Wkly hrs by arr        TIMM         ONLINE   3.0     popular accounting software to general ledger, accounts payable,
                           (08/27-10/22)                                        accounts receivable, payroll, and the accounting cycle. LG-C/NC
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING:                                    0978        T             6:00pm-10:00pm         ROBERTS, C           BC202           3.0
Wednesday, August 27, 5-6pm, BC204. Students must have access                    Using QuickBooks Pro 2007.
to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet. Course
materials can be accessed one week before orientation by visiting:
http://ilearn.mpc.edu and following login instructions.                         BUSI 200 INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS
                                                                                         ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE
BUSI 60           MONEY MANAGEMENT AND INVESTING                                An introductory occupational course in QuickBooks 2007, the popular
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 accounting software program. Students learn in a step-by-step ap-
How-to approach covers financial goal setting, career and income                proach working through a series of basic business and accounting
considerations, controlling spending, and planning for retirement and           simulations. No previous computer knowledge is necessary. May be
estate transfer. Step-by-step procedures are presented for protecting           taken four times based on a new version of software. C/NC
income and assets through investment in stocks, mutual funds and                   0979        F             5:30pm- 9:30pm         WOOD                 BC202           0.5
real estate. LG-C/NC                                                                           & Sat         8:00am- 5:00pm
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                 & Sun         9:00am- 1:00pm
   0976       M            6:00pm- 9:00pm         SOBOTKA      MT2      3.0                                  (11/14-11/16)
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                     Three-day weekend workshop.
289 12th St., Marina.                                                              0980        F             5:30pm- 9:30pm         WOOD                 BC202           0.5
                                                                                               & Sat         8:00am- 5:00pm
                                                                                               & Sun         9:00am- 1:00pm
                                                                                                             (11/21-11/23)
                                                                                 Three-day weekend workshop.




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Business Skills Center                                                                                         Business Skills Center
  Section Days       Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days      Time                 Instructor     Loc/Rm Units

BUSINESS SKILLS CENTER                                                     BUSC 100B         WORD PROCESSING: MICROSOFT WORD
                                                                                             FOR WINDOWS II
     THESE SELF-PACED COURSES CAN BE COMPLETED                            Continuation of the introductory course BUSC 100A. Keyboarding skill
     IN 4 TO 6 WEEKS. ENROLL ANY TIME DURING THE                          is recommended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times based
                                                                          on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
     SEMESTER.
                                                                             0487              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0
     A wide range of office technology courses is offered                 The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
     through the Business Skills Center. Students work at                 student’s option.
     their own pace, with the assistance of an instructor, and
     choose the days and hours that are convenient for them.               BUSC 100C         WORD PROCESSING: MICROSOFT WORD
     Students may enroll in any course up until the last official                            FOR WINDOWS III
                                                                          Continuation of BUSC 100B. Keyboarding skill is recommended prior
     withdrawal date and, upon completion of their objectives,            to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new version of
     will be awarded units and may leave the program. One or              software. LG-C/NC
     more courses may be taken during the same semester.                     0488              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0
                                                                          The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
     Most course material is offered in half-unit or one-unit
                                                                          student’s option.
     modules. Each unit of credit is designed to require 48
     hours of lab plus homework. Courses may be taken up to                BUSC 101A         ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING:
     four times provided there is a change in content, such as                               MICROSOFT WORD FOR WINDOWS I
     an updated version of software.                                      Advanced features of Microsoft Word for Windows on an IBM-compat-
                                                                          ible computer. Keyboarding skills and skills taught in BUSC 100A, 100B
     It is the student’s responsibility to drop from courses by           and 100C are recommended prior to enrollment. May be taken four
     the last official date to withdraw. Failure to do so could           times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
     result in an “F” or “NC.”                                               0489              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0
                                                                          The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
     The Center, located in BC-204, is open the following days            student’s option.
              and hours for the Fall 2008 semester
                (August 25 - December 18, 2008):                           BUSC 101B         ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING:
           9am-3:30pm, MTWTh • 9am-noon, Friday                                              MICROSOFT WORD FOR WINDOWS II
           SMITH/GOEHRING/McKAY/TRAVAILLE                                 Continuation of the advanced course BUSC 101A. Keyboarding skills
                                &                                         and skills taught in BUSC 100A, 100B, 100C and 101A are recom-
                                                                          mended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new
                       5:30-8:30pm, MTTh
                                                                          version of software. LG-C/NC
                       McKAY/TRAVAILLE
                                                                             0490              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0
           For additional information, call (831) 646-4077.               The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
     It is not necessary to schedule your hours. You can come             student’s option.
         in to work on your lessons any time the lab is open.
                                                                           BUSC 101C         ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING:
            EACH OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES IS                                                 MICROSOFT WORD FOR WINDOWS III
                    INDIVIDUALIZED.                                       Continuation of the advanced course BUSC 101B. Keyboarding skill
                                                                          and skills taught in BUSC 100A, 100B, 100C, 101A and 101B are recom-
                                                                          mended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new
BUSC 100A          WORD PROCESSING: MICROSOFT WORD                        version of software. LG-C/NC
                   FOR WINDOWS I
                                                                             0491              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0
Introductory course using beginning functions of Microsoft Word for
                                                                          The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
Windows on an IBM-compatible computer. Keyboarding skill is recom-
                                                                          student’s option.
mended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new
version of software. LG-C/NC
  0486               Wkly hrs by arr    SMITH, RANDY     BC204     1.0     BUSC 104A         WORD PROCESSING: WORDPERFECT
                                                                                             FOR WINDOWS I
The Word 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
                                                                          Introductory course using beginning functions of WordPerfect for
student’s option.
                                                                          Windows on an IBM-compatible computer. Keyboarding skill is recom-
                                                                          mended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new
                                                                          version of software. LG-C/NC
                                                                             0492              Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204     1.0




22                                                        Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                             Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                          MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Business Skills Center                                                                                                  Business Skills Center
   Section Days            Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                 Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
BUSC 104B                WORD PROCESSING: WORDPERFECT                         BUSC 108I               COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 7
                         FOR WINDOWS II                                      Advisories: BUSC 108H.
Advisories: BUSC 104A.                                                       Continuation of BUSC 108H. For students who would like to strength-
Continuation of the introductory course BUSC 104A. Keyboarding               en or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed
skills is recommended prior to enrollment. May be taken four times           and accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC
based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC                                     0501                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5
   0493                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
                                                                              BUSC 108J               COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 8
BUSC 104C                WORD PROCESSING: WORDPERFECT                        Advisories: BUSC 108I.
                         FOR WINDOWS III                                     Continuation of BUSC 108I. For students who would like to strengthen
Advisories: BUSC 104B.                                                       or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed and
Continuation of BUSC 104B. Keyboarding skill is recommended prior            accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC
to enrollment. May be taken four times based on a new version of                0502                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5
software. LG-C/NC
   0494                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0      BUSC 109                KEYBOARDING FOR COMPUTERS
                                                                             Develop efficient use of computer keyboard through mastery of
BUSC 108C                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 1               touch system of alphanumeric typewriter keys and ten-key calculator
For students who would like to strengthen or add to their previous           number pad. Work is done on a computer. Not for students with
typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed and accuracy, and B) special      typing knowledge. C/NC
projects. Keyboarding skills recommended prior to enrollment. C/NC              0503                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
   0495                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5
                                                                              BUSC 110A               INTRODUCTORY TYPING I
BUSC 108D                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 2               Development of basic keyboarding skills with an end-of-course goal
Advisories: BUSC 108C.                                                       of 30 wpm. Skills developed in alphanumeric and symbol key reaches.
Continuation of BUSC 108C. For students who would like to strength-          LG-C/NC
en or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed          0504                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
and accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC
                                                                             Work is done on a computer.
   0496                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5
                                                                              BUSC 110B               INTRODUCTORY TYPING II
BUSC 108E                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 3               Advisories: BUSC 110A.
Advisories: BUSC 108D.                                                       Continuation of BUSC 110A keyboarding skills and introduction of
Continuation of BUSC 108D. For students who would like to strength-          basic word processing functions for document processing.
en or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed       End-of-course goal of 36 wpm. LG-C/NC
and accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC
                                                                                0505                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
   0497                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5     Work is done on a computer.

BUSC 108F                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 4
Advisories: BUSC 108E.                                                        BUSC 110C               INTRODUCTORY TYPING III
                                                                             Advisories: BUSC 110B.
Continuation of BUSC 108E. For students who would like to strength-
                                                                             Continuation of BUSC 110B keyboarding skills and introduction of
en or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed
                                                                             advanced word processing functions for document processing. End-
and accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC
                                                                             of-course goal of 45 wpm. LG-C/NC
   0498                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5        0506                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
                                                                             Work is done on a computer.
BUSC 108G                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 5
Advisories: BUSC 108F.
Continuation of BUSC 108F. For students who would like to strengthen          BUSC 117A               BUSINESS MACHINE CALCULATIONS I
or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed and      In this introductory course, students learn the ten-key by touch
accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC                                      (without looking at the keys) with speed and accuracy. LG-C/NC
   0499                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5        0507                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5

BUSC 108H                COMPUTER SKILLS/TYPING SKILLS: PART 6                BUSC 117B               BUSINESS MACHINE CALCULATIONS II
Advisories: BUSC 108G.                                                       Advisories: BUSC 117A.
Continuation of BUSC 108G. For students who would like to strength-          Continuation of BUSC 117A. Students apply ten-key calculator skills
en or add to their previous typing skills. Modules offered in A) speed       learned in BUSC 117A to solving common business problems on an
and accuracy, and B) special projects. C/NC                                  electronic ten-key calculator. LG-C/NC
   0500                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5        0508                    Wkly hrs by arr      SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5




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  Business Skills Center                                                                                                   Business Skills Center
   Section Days            Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
BUSC 118                 RECORDS MANAGEMENT                                   BUSC 123              BUSINESS DESKTOP PUBLISHING
Introductory course on filing rules using the most widely used filing        Advisories: BUSC 109 or 110A; and BUSC 122.
systems and procedures. LG-C/NC                                              Development of proficiency in creating, keying, and formatting text
   0509                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5     and images used in business documents. This self-paced course will
                                                                             guide students using desktop publishing software, with access to
                                                                             graphics libraries, scanners and a digital camera. It is recommended
BUSC 119A                INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS:                       that students complete BUSC 109 or BUSC 110A (or possess basic
                         MICROSOFT EXCEL I                                   keyboarding skills) and BUSC 122 (or possess basic understanding of
Introductory course using beginning functions of Microsoft Excel for         Windows) prior to enrolling. May be taken four times based on a new
Windows on IBM-compatible computer. Exercises will guide students            version of software. LG-C/NC
to create and format worksheets while using basic formulas. Key-
boarding and mouse skills are recommended prior to enrollment. May              0515                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
be taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC              The Microsoft Publisher 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the
                                                                             Fall semester, at student’s option.
   0510                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
The Excel 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
student’s option.                                                             BUSC 124              QUICKEN
                                                                             Introductory hands-on training using a financial software program
                                                                             that will enable students to learn how to organize their finances
BUSC 119B                INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS:                       quickly. Emphasis on personal financial skills and small business
                         MICROSOFT EXCEL II                                  financial skills. May be taken four times based on a new version of
Advisories: BUSC 119A.
                                                                             software. LG-C/NC
Continuing course using functions of Microsoft Excel on IBM-compati-
ble computer. Exercises guide students to create and format work-               0516                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
books containing multiple sheets, images and charts. Basic spread-
sheet preparation skills are recommended prior to enrollment. May be          BUSC 125              QUICKBOOKS
taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0511                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0     Introductory hands-on training, in a simulated office environment,
                                                                             using QuickBooks, a financial software program that is used to orga-
The Excel 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the Fall semester, at
                                                                             nize and manage the finances of a small business. Emphasis on small
student’s option.
                                                                             business financial skills such as invoicing, payroll, inventory, payment
                                                                             processing, and creating reports, graphs, lists, and forms. May be
BUSC 120                 PRESENTATION MANAGEMENT WITH                        taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
                         MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
Advisories: BUSC 122.                                                           0517                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
Introductory hands-on training in presentation management software
using a Microsoft Windows-based software package running on                   BUSC 130              MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
                                                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
IBM-compatible computers. May be taken four times based on a new
version of software. LG-C/NC                                                 Teaches essential office skills for modern offices using Microsoft
                                                                             Outlook. Self-paced course covering projects and exercises to teach
   0512                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0     concepts of the MS Outlook application for using e-mail, managing
The Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the        appointments, tasks, and contacts, and previewing the day. May be
Fall semester, at student’s option.                                          taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
                                                                                0518                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5
BUSC 121                 ACCESSING BUSINESS INFORMATION VIA
                         THE WORLD WIDE WEB                                   BUSC 131A             IMAGE PROCESSING FOR BUSINESS:
Introductory self-paced training using Internet search techniques to                                ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
access and interpret business information. A variety of information          Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
categories are presented and analyzed. May be taken four times based         Introductory hands-on training in graphic design and photo imaging
on a new version of software. LG-C/NC                                        using Adobe Photoshop. Sample artwork, digital photographs, and
   0513                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0     projects used in business are edited in a self-paced lab using IBM-
                                                                             compatible PCs. May be taken four times based on a new version of
BUSC 122                 MICROSOFT WINDOWS                                   software. LG-C/NC
Introductory course using Microsoft Windows. Basic Windows skills               0519                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    1.0
along with how to work with programs and manage files using
both My Computer and Windows Explorer. Gives the students a                   BUSC 132              WEB PUBLISHING USING MS FRONTPAGE
good foundation in computer basics for academic, employment,                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
and home use. May be taken four times based on a new version of              Introductory hands-on training covering basic Web publishing skills
software. LG-C/NC                                                            using Microsoft FrontPage. Material in self-paced syllabus visually pres-
   0514                    Wkly hrs by arr   SMITH, RANDY   BC204    0.5     ents essential skills to plan, create, modify and structure Web pages
The Windows XP and the Windows Vista Operating System will be                and sites. May be taken four times based on a new version of software.
taught in the Fall semester, at student’s option.                            LG-C/NC
                                                                                0520                    Wkly hrs by arr        SMITH, RANDY   BC204    2.0
                                                                             Knowledge of a Windows-based operating system is recommended.



24                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                     Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                          MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Business Skills Center
  Chemistry                                                                                                                                                   Chemistry
   Section Days            Time                    Instructor           Loc/Rm Units          Section Days              Time                   Instructor           Loc/Rm Units
BUSC 133              INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT ACCESS                                     CHEM 2                   FUNDAMENTAL CHEMISTRY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                            Prerequisites: High school algebra; or MATH 261; or MATH 261X and 261P
Introductory course using beginning functions of Microsoft Access on                       A study of the basic principles of chemistry with special emphasis on
IBM-compatible computers. Emphasis on organizing data by creating                          problem solving. Designed especially for the student who plans to
tables and producing queries, forms and reports. May be taken four                         enroll in CHEM 1A but lacks the necessary prerequisites. LG-C/NC
times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC                                          Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0521                    Wkly hrs by arr         SMITH, RANDY         BC204        1.0      0127        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm        OKA                  PS201    4.0
The Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 and 2007 versions will be taught in the                                     & Th          9:00am-12:00pm                              PS202
Fall semester, at student’s option.
                                                                                              0128        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm        OKA                  PS201    4.0
                                                                                                          & Th          2:00pm- 5:00pm                              PS202
BUSC 134              OFFICE SIMULATION
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Integrated course reinforcing essential automated office application                       CHEM 10                  EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY
                                                                                           Corequisites: CHEM 10L
skills. Assignments will model a division of a fictional company, using                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
software to produce documents, electronic spreadsheets, databases,
                                                                                           A non-mathematical course for the non-science major or anyone who
and electronic presentations, while sharing data between programs.
                                                                                           is curious about the chemistry behind everyday things. Topics of cur-
Working knowledge of MS Office recommended prior to enrollment.
                                                                                           rent interest and global importance will be discussed, including the
LG-C/NC
                                                                                           greenhouse effect and the ozone layer. LG-C/NC
   0522                    Wkly hrs by arr         SMITH, RANDY         BC204        2.0   Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                              0129        TTh           12:30pm- 2:00pm        RITSEMA, T           PS201    3.0
BUSC 135              E-COMMERCE USING ONLINE AUCTIONS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                            Must be enrolled in CHEM 10L (section 0130) for required laboratory.
Self-paced simulation course describing conduct and operation of                              0991                      Wkly hrs by arr        BISHOP, M            LVRM     3.0
online auctions. Exercises will demonstrate the mechanics of setting                                                    (09/06-10/25)
up accounts, communicating using software tools, and strategies of
                                                                                           LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Saturday,
E-commerce. LG-C/NC
                                                                                           September 6, 9am-3pm, PS201. Must be enrolled in CHEM 10L (section
   0523                    Wkly hrs by arr         SMITH, RANDY         BC204        1.0   0992) for required laboratory. Of special interest to DLI students. Video
                                                                                           tapes and DVDs available in the MPC Library and the DLI AISO Library.
                                                                                           Internet address: www.mpcfaculty.net/mark_bishop/Chemistry_10.htm
CHEMISTRY
                                                                                           CHEM 10L                 EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY LAB
CHEM 1A               GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                                                  Corequisites: CHEM 10
Prerequisites: High school chemistry AND intermediate algebra or MATH 263; OR CHEM 2 AND   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
intermediate algebra or MATH 263                                                           Fundamental laboratory studies and examination of the topics
First course of a two-semester sequence. Designed for students enter-                      introduced in CHEM 10. LG-C/NC
ing science, medicine, and related professions. Students are urged to                      Transfer: CSU; UC.
complete both courses at MPC. Sequence covers atomic structure,
chemical bonding, introduction to bio-organic chemistry, thermody-                            0130        T             2:00pm- 5:00pm         RITSEMA, T           PS202    1.0
namics, kinetics, equilibrium and electro-chemistry. LG-C/NC                               Must be enrolled in CHEM 10 lecture (section 0129).
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN CHEM 2)(CHEM1A + CHEM1B = CAN CHEM                                    0992        Sat           9:00am- 3:00pm         BISHOP, M            PS201    1.0
SEQ A)                                                                                                                  (09/06-10/25)
   0121       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0   Must be enrolled in Living Room Series CHEM 10 lecture (section 0991).
              &T           2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201              Internet address: www.mpcfaculty.net/mark_bishop/Chemistry_10.htm
              & Th         2:00pm- 5:00pm
   0122       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0   CHEM 12A                 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
              &W           2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201              Prerequisites: CHEM 1B
                                                                                           Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
              &M           2:00pm- 5:00pm
                                                                                           The first course in a two-semester sequence designed for students
   0123       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0   entering biochemistry, chemistry, chemical engineering and certain
              &W           2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201              biology majors who desire a stronger preparation in organic chem-
              &T           2:00pm- 5:00pm                                                  istry. Introduction to the general theory of organic reactions and the
   0124       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0   chemistry of the compounds of carbon. LG-C/NC
              & Th         2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201              Transfer: CSU; UC.
              &M           2:00pm- 5:00pm                                                     0131        MWF           9:00am-10:00am         OKA                  PS201    5.0
   0125       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0                  & MW          2:00pm- 5:00pm                              PS203
              &F           2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201                             &M            12:00pm- 1:00pm                             PS201
              &M           2:00pm- 5:00pm                                                     0132        MWF           9:00am-10:00am         OKA                  PS201    5.0
   0126       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm         BISHOP, M            LF101        5.0                  &M            12:00pm- 1:00pm
              &F           2:00pm- 5:00pm                               PS201                             & MW          5:00pm- 8:00pm         RINEHART, R          PS203
              &T           2:00pm- 5:00pm


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   Chemistry                                                                                                                      Child Development
   Section Days              Time              Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                      Instructor             Loc/Rm Units
CHEM 30A                 INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR                          CHILD DEVELOPMENT
                         HEALTH SCIENCES
Prerequisites: MATH 261
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                           CHDV 1                 CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Principles of inorganic and organic chemistry. Appropriate for most          Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
baccalaureate programs in nursing, dental hygiene, physical therapy,         Examines prenatal life through adolescence, focusing on the develop-
home economics, and physical education. Does not meet chemistry              ment of children’s physical, mental, social and emotional development
requirements for pre-medicine, pre-dentistry or laboratory technician.       and factors influencing development. Includes observation of children
LG                                                                           in various settings. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU. (CHEM30A + CHEM30B = CAN CHEM SEQ B)                          Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0133        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0        0136                      Wkly hrs by arr           MILLOVICH              ONLINE        3.0
               &M            2:00pm- 5:00pm                 PS202            ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday, August
               &M            7:00pm- 8:00pm                 LF102            25, 6:30-7:30pm, LTC203. Students must have access to a computer
                                                                             and be familiar with using the Internet. For course information contact
   0134        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0     instructor at (831) 645-1300 ext. 6114 or jmillovich@mpc.edu. For in-
               &M            2:00pm- 5:00pm                 PS202            structions on how to get started with the course check the instructor’s
               &W            4:30pm- 5:30pm                 LF102            website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/June_Millovich
   0993        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0        0137        TTh           9:30am-11:00am            CARNEY                 CDC201        3.0
               &W            1:00pm- 4:00pm                 PS202               0999        W             6:00pm- 9:00pm            JONES, W               MT1           3.0
               &M            7:00pm- 8:00pm                 LF102             Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0994        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0      289 12th Street, Marina.
               &W            1:00pm- 4:00pm                 PS202
               &W            4:30pm- 5:30pm                 LF102             CHDV 51                PRINCIPLES OF WORKING WITH YOUNG
   0995        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0                             CHILDREN
                                                                             Prerequisites: or corequisites: CHDV 1
               &W            7:00pm-10:00pm                 PS202
                                                                             Techniques for nurturing confidence, self-discipline, creativity, intel-
               &M            7:00pm- 8:00pm                 LF102            lectual curiosity, and positive social interaction in programs for young
   0996        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0     children. Focus on developmentally appropriate strategies and tech-
               &W            7:00pm-10:00pm                 PS202            niques. Students not working in a paid position directly with children
               &W            4:30pm- 5:30pm                 LF102            must volunteer in a childcare setting. LG
   0997        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0     Transfer: CSU.
               &T            9:30am-12:30pm                 PS202               1000        M             6:30pm- 9:30pm            CARNEY                 CDC201        3.0
               &M            7:00pm- 8:00pm                 LF102
   0998        MW            5:30pm- 7:00pm    RITSEMA, T   LF102    4.0      CHDV 52A               CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM I
                                                                             Prerequisites: or Corequisites: CHDV 1, 51, and one of the following CHDV classes: 53, 54, 80,
               &T            9:30am-12:30pm                 PS202            81, 82, 83, 84, 85, or 86
               &W            4:30pm- 5:30pm                 LF102            Supervised teaching of the young child. Fostering development
                                                                             through program organization, classroom management, curriculum
CHEM 151                 CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS                               planning, and teaching techniques. LG
Corequisites: CHEM 1A                                                        Transfer: CSU.
Lecture and drill in solving the problems normally encountered in
general chemistry. LG-C/NC
                                                                                1001        Th            6:30pm- 8:30pm            BUTZLAFF               CDC201        3.0
   0135        MW            12:00pm- 1:00pm   BISHOP, M    PS206    1.0      Plus three hours per week by arrangement. Lab requirement may be
                                                                              met at the MPC Child Development Center or at mentor teacher site.
                             (09/08-12/10)                                    For course information call (831) 646-4168.
Plus 6 hours by arrangement per semester.
                                                                              CHDV 55                CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY
                                                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                             Partnership of school and family as a support system for the develop-
                                                                             ing child. Effective use of community resources. LG
                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                2002        T             6:30pm- 9:30pm            CARNEY                 MT4           3.0
                                                                              Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina, 289
                                                                              12th Street, Marina.




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                                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Child Development                                                                                                                  Child Development
   Section Days              Time                 Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days               Time                      Instructor           Loc/Rm Units
CHDV 61                 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION FOR                         CHDV 85                 CURRICULUM FOR SMALL AND LARGE
                        THE YOUNG CHILD                                                                  MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                         Examines the development of children’s large and small motor
Health, safety, and nutrition issues important to caregivers of small           development and how physical activities support cognitive skills.
children in daycare and preschool setting. LG-C/NC                              Focus in on techniques and strategies which support children’s
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  learning, using activities and methods appropriate for their level of
   1002        M             6:30pm- 9:30pm LANGLAND/NYZNYK SS102       3.0     development. LG-C/NC
For course information call (831) 646-4168.                                     Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   1008        T              6:30pm- 8:30pm            MCGOWAN              CDC201        2.0
CHDV 71A                ADMINISTRATION OF CHILD
                        DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS I                                   CHDV 180                CURRICULUM MATERIALS LAB
Prerequisites: CHDV 1, 51, and 53 or 54 or 80                                   Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 301 and 302; or eligibility for ENSL 342.
Advisories: CHDV 52A.                                                           Provides support, in a lab setting, for students enrolled in curriculum
Organization and management of programs for young children:                     classes or working in child care settings to develop, design, and safely
environment, staff, budget, records, family involvement, organizational         prepare learning materials for use with young children in a child care
structure. LG-C/NC                                                              setting. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                     1009        Sat            9:00am-11:00am            CARNEY               CDC201        0.5
   1003        TTh           6:30pm- 9:45pm       STAFF        MT2      3.0                                   (09/13-12/13)
                             (08/26-10/16)                                       You are required to meet for 16 total hours. Two MANDATORY
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                     meetings: Saturdays, September 13 and November 8, 9-11am. The
289 12th Street, Marina.                                                         remaining 12 hours are at your convenience during the following
                                                                                 open lab hours: Saturdays, September 13 and November 8,
CHDV 72                 SUPERVISING ADULTS IN THE CHILD                          11am-4pm; and Saturdays, October 11 and December 13,
                        CARE SETTING                                             9am-4pm. For more information, call (831) 646-4168.
Prerequisites: CHDV 1, 51, and 55
Methods and principles of supervising adults in early childhood set-             CHDV 201                CALIFORNIA CHILD CPR AND PEDIATRIC
tings. Emphasis on the role of experienced teachers acting as mentors                                    FIRST AID
to new teachers while addressing other classroom needs. One-year                Provides plan for caregivers to follow when a child is injured, emer-
experience as Head Teacher is recommended before enrolling. LG-C/NC             gency action principles, first aid skills specific to the child care setting,
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Satisfies State Child Care licensing
   1004        TTh           6:30pm- 8:45pm       NYZNYK       MT2      2.0     requirements for pediatric first aid and CPR. Reading required prior to
                                                                                course, available at MPC bookstore. May be repeated periodically for
                             (10/21-12/11)                                      new content, ongoing training or updating. C/NC
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                       1010        Sat            8:00am- 5:00pm            PROCIVE              CDC201        0.5
289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                                              (09/06-09/06)
                                                                                 Above section meets one day only, Saturday, 9/06/07, 8am-5pm.
CHDV 76A                VIOLENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON                               For information call Caroline Carney at 646-4168 or
                        CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES                              email ccarney@mpc.edu
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Exploration of violence in America and its impact on the physical and              1011        Sat            8:00am- 5:00pm            PROCIVE              CDC201        0.5
psychological well-being of children, their families and early childhood                                      (09/27-09/27)
teachers. Emphasis on critical factors in understanding appropriate early        Above section meets one day only, Saturday, 9/27/07, 8am-5pm.
childhood violence and intervention strategies. LG                               For more information call Caroline Carney at 646-4168 or
Transfer: CSU.                                                                   email ccarney@mpc.edu
   1005        W             6:30pm- 9:30pm       MCCRANEY     SS201    3.0
                                                                                 CHDV 202                CALIFORNIA CHILD CPR AND PEDIATRIC
CHDV 80                 CURRICULUM PLANNING AND                                                          FIRST AID RECERTIFICATION
                        ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN                                    Prerequisites: CHDV 201 or Red Cross Child CPR and First Aid class taken within one year
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Students review plan for caregivers to follow when a child is injured,
Examines theoretical and practical considerations of curriculum devel-          emergency action principles, first aid skills specific to child care set-
opment for young children, including: integrated, emergent curriculum,          ting, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Satisfies renewal for State
curriculum webbing, and environmental preparation of early childhood            Child Care licensing requirements. Reading required prior to course,
settings including the arrangement of learning centers and outdoor              available at MPC bookstore. May be repeated periodically for new
settings. Serves as a framework for the series of six specific curriculum       content, ongoing training or updating. C/NC
classes. LG                                                                        1012        Sat            8:00am- 5:00pm            PROCIVE              CDC201        0.5
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                                (12/06-12/06)
   1006        W             6:30pm- 9:30pm       NYZNYK       CDC201   3.0      Above section meets one day only, Saturday, 12/06/07, 8am-5pm.
                                                                                 For more information call Caroline Carney at 646-4168 or
                                                                                 email ccarney@mpc.edu



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  Chinese                                                                                               Community Health Education
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days      Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units

CHINESE                                                                         COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION
     For World Language prerequisite challenge exam                                  Students must contact Community Hospital of the
     information, please see page 107.                                               Monterey Peninsula for registration information on the
                                                                                     following courses (COHS 420 and COHS 421) at (831)
CHIN 1A          ELEMENTARY MANDARIN CHINESE I                                       625-4704.
Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading and writ-
ing the Chinese language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in            COHS 420 PREPARED CHILDBIRTH
the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC               Preparation for labor and delivery, including both normal and unex-
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              pected events. Includes physiology of fetal development, labor, the
   0970       TTh          7:00pm- 9:00pm         WANG         HU203    5.0     birth process, and newborn care. Techniques to promote a satisfying
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                     labor and delivery experience are covered. NC
                                                                                   0981    W         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                                                                                     (09/03-10/22)
COMMUNICATION STUDIES                                                              0116    Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                                                                                     (09/13-09/20)
COMM 5           MASS MEDIA METHODS                                                0982    T         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                      (09/23-11/11)
Exploration and analysis of mass media techniques and methods.                     0983    M         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
Emphasis on improving communications effectiveness to include                                        (10/06-11/24)
analytical writing. LG-C/NC                                                        0984    Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN JOUR 4)                                                                      (10/11-10/18)
   0206       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        JAMES        HU206    3.0        0985    Th        6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                                                                                     (10/23-12/18)
                                                                                   0986    W         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                                                                                     (11/05-01/14)
                                                                                   0117    Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                                                                                     (11/08-11/15)
                                                                                   0987    T         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                          THE                                                                        (11/18-01/06)
                                                                                   0988    M         6:30pm- 8:30pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                       BooksTorE at                                                                  (12/08-01/26)
                                                                                   0118    Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm      HOWE            NU101      0.0
                                     MPC                                                             (12/13-12/20)

                                                                                COHS 421 PREPARED CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION
                                                                                         REFRESHER
              FALL sEMEsTEr Hours                                               Preparation for labor and delivery for participants who have already
          8:00am – 7:00pm • Monday – Thursday                                   experienced the birth of a child. Includes a review of physiology of
                                                                                fetal development, labor, the birth process, newborn care, and tech-
                8:00am – 3:00pm • Friday                                        niques to promote a satisfying labor and delivery experience. NC
                                                                                   0989    M        6:30pm- 9:00pm  HOWE          CHOMP             0.0
               Last Day for Fall Refunds:                                                           (10/09-10/13)
                      Tuesday, September 2, 2008                                   0990    W        6:30pm- 9:00pm  HOWE          CHOMP             0.0
                                                                                                    (12/03-12/10)
            Last Day to Return Books for                                             Students must contact Community Hospital of the
                  Dropped Classes:                                                   Monterey Peninsula for registration information on
                                                                                     the following course (COHS 450) at (831) 624-5311,
                      Monday, September 8, 2008                                      extension 4708.
                                                                                COHS 450 WALK AND WIN
                  www.mpc.bkstr.com                                             A beginning fitness course for individuals who desire assistance
          Call (831)657-4680 for information.                                   and supervision to plan and carry out activities such as walking and
                                                                                stretching. Includes basic principles of conditioning and stretching,
                                                                                and techniques for monitoring progress. NC
       Skip the lines! Purchase your books at www.mpc.bkstr.com
                   and pick them up at your conveneince.                           0119    MW        4:30pm- 5:30pm      STAFF           DA104      0.0
                                                                                                     (08/18-10/15)
                                                                                   0120    MW        4:30pm- 5:30pm      STAFF           DA104      0.0
                                                                                                     (10/20-12/10)


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                                                                                                                                    MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Computer Science And Information Systems                                                Computer Science And Information Systems
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                    Instructor     Loc/Rm Units

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND                                                                   CSIS 50L
                                                                                      Corequisites: CSIS 50
                                                                                                              MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS LAB
INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                                   Computer laboratory exercises and examination of the topics pre-
                                                                                      sented in CSIS 50, including introduction to the Windows operating
CSIS 1                   INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE                             system, e-mail and Internet access, and integrated software for word
                         AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                      processing, electronic spreadsheets, relational databases, and presen-
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; CSIS 71.                             tation graphics. May be taken three times based on a new version of
Survey of computer science and information technology. Projects                       software. LG-C/NC
in web development, assessing information, database design and                        Transfer: CSU.
object-oriented programming. Fundamental concepts of hardware,                           0141        MW          10:00am-11:00am         SMITH, RANDY   BC202    1.0
software, the internet, and implications for society. LG-C/NC                         Plus one hour per week by arrangement.Must be enrolled in CSIS 50,
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                    lecture section 0140.
   0138        TTh         12:30pm- 2:30pm          PRADO, G         BC202    3.0        1016        Th          7:00pm- 9:00pm          SMITH, RANDY   BC202    1.0
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.                                                 Plus one hour per week by arrangement. Must be enrolled in CSIS 50,
   0139        W           1:00pm- 5:00pm           PRADO, G         BC208    3.0      lecture section 1015.
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.
   1013        W           6:30pm- 8:30pm           REBOLD, T        MT4      3.0      CSIS 54                INTRODUCTION TO PERL CGI
Plus one hour per week by arrangement. Hybrid class, lectures                                                 PROGRAMMING
                                                                                      Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
available online. Labs held at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
289 12th St., Marina. For information, please contact instructor Tom                  How to use Perl to write CGI scripts for dynamic web pages. Forms,
rebold at: trebold@mpc.edu                                                            data files, online surveys, graphical programming, ad banners, string
                                                                                      processing, using cookies, and an introduction to MySQL. May be
                                                                                      taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
CSIS 10A                 COMPUTER SCIENCE: BEGINNING                                  Transfer: CSU.
                         PROGRAMMING
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; CSIS 1; MATH 263.                       0142        F           1:00pm- 5:00pm          STAFF          BC202    3.0
Hands-on introduction to computer programming using both struc-                       Plus one hour per week by arrangement.
tured and object-oriented techniques. Principles of algorithm design,
representation of data, elements of good programming style, and                        CSIS 55                INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING -
use of a debugger. Extensive programming experience, to include a                                             VISUAL BASIC
significant project. Currently taught in C++ with a Microsoft/Unix OS                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; BUSC 110A.
option. LG-C/NC                                                                       Introduction to event-driven programming in a graphical environ-
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                    ment with the widely used language Visual Basic. Familiarity with
   1014        Sat         9:00am- 2:00pm           REBOLD, T        BC208    4.0     general computer terminology as covered in CSIS 1 is recommended.
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.                                                LG-C/NC
                                                                                      Transfer: CSU.
CSIS 50                  MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS                                          1017        W           5:00pm-10:00pm          PRADO, G       BC202    3.0
Corequisites: CSIS 50L
Introduction to the MS Office Suite of programs using MS Windows,                      CSIS 62                WEB ANIMATION AND PROGRAMMING
the Internet and e-mail, and applications including MS Word, Excel,                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Access and PowerPoint. May be taken three times based on a new                        Hands-on course describing visual presentation of information used in
version of software. LG-C/NC                                                          web pages including static and animated graphics integrated within
Transfer: CSU.                                                                        code. Projects using Macromedia Flash software demonstrate artwork
   0140        MW          9:00am-10:00am           SMITH, RANDY     BC202    2.0     creation, imported images, sound and video, animation techniques,
                                                                                      and interactivity using scripts. May be taken four times based on a
Must be enrolled in CSIS 50L, section 0141.
                                                                                      new version of software. LG-C/NC
   1015        Th          5:00pm- 7:00pm           SMITH, RANDY     BC202    2.0     Transfer: CSU.
Must be enrolled in CSIS 50L, section 1016.
                                                                                         1018        M           5:00pm-10:00pm          SMITH, RANDY   BC202    4.0
                                                                                      Plus one hour per week by arrangement.




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Computer Science And Information Systems                                                         Computer Science And Information Systems
   Section Days             Time                     Instructor               Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                      Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
CSIS 71              OPERATING A PERSONAL COMPUTER                                             CSIS 80             INTRODUCTION TO UNIX AND LINUX
An introductory course for using a personal computer. Explores the                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; CSIS 1.
various hardware components and their functions. Introduces the                                Basics of UNIX and Linux operating systems: file and directory manipu-
Operating System and explores the basic operations of Microsoft                                lation, access permissions, use of shell commands, networking, the X
Windows and its uses for organization of data files and customization                          Window graphical interface, customization of user environment, and
of the user environment. LG-C/NC                                                               an introduction to shell programming. May be taken four times based
                                                                                               on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                               Transfer: CSU.
   1019        Sat          9:00am- 1:00pm           ROBESON                  BC204    0.5
                                                                                                  1025       W            6:00pm-10:00pm            STAFF          BC208    3.0
                            (09/06-09/27)                                                      Plus one hour per week by arrangement.
Class will meet the following Saturdays: September 6, September 13,
September 20 and September 27.                                                                 CSIS 84             SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION IN THE LAN
   1020        Sat          9:00am- 1:00pm           SASAKI                   BC204    0.5     Covers all aspects of LAN Administration to include adding and re-
                            (10/04-10/25)                                                      moving users and groups, RAS services in Windows NT server software
Class will meet the following Saturdays: October 4, October 11, Octo-                          as well as domain setup and management. Familiarity with concepts
                                                                                               of network essentials as found in CSIS 76 is recommended. May be
ber 18 and October 25.
                                                                                               taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
   1021        Sat          9:00am- 1:00pm           GOEHRING, D              MT4      0.5     Transfer: CSU.
                            (10/25-11/22)
                                                                                                  1026       Sat          2:00pm- 6:20pm            BOYKIN, L      BC208    1.5
Class will meet the following Saturdays: October 25, November 1,                                                          (08/30-10/18)
November 15, and November 22. NO CLASS MEETING NOVEMBER 8,                                     Plus one hour per week by arrangement.
2008. Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
289 12th St., Marina.
                                                                                               CSIS 110            ESSENTIAL MICROSOFT SKILLS
                                                                                               Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
CSIS 75              PC REPAIRS                                                                Introduction to software available for Windows personal computers.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; CSIS 1 or CSIS 50 and 50L.                    Demonstrates use and options for a variety of programs commercially
Covers maintenance and installation of computer hardware. Basic                                and freely available, including operating system and utility, Internet,
electronic knowledge to understand basic digital. Covers most of the                           e-mail, word processing and publishing, digital imaging, finance,
A+ certification material. May be taken four times based on a new                              databases, and website creation. May be taken four times based on a
version of software. LG-C/NC                                                                   new version of software. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                    1027       Sat          9:00am- 1:15pm            PRADO, G       BC202    1.0
   1022        T            5:00pm- 9:00pm           PRADO, G                 BC207    3.0                                (10/04-10/25)
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.                                                          Above section will meet the following four Saturdays: 10/04, 10/11,
                                                                                                10/18, and 10/25, BC202, 9am-1:15pm.
CSIS 76              NETWORKING ESSENTIALS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                               CSIS 111            ESSENTIAL PC MAINTENANCE
Introduces networking concepts and builds basic networking skills.                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Topics include layered models (TCP/IP and OSI), Ethernet network-
                                                                                               Maintenance and repair of a desktop PC. Back up data, add memory,
ing, routing and switching, IP addressing, network services and
                                                                                               install and configure hard and floppy drives, reinstall Windows. LG-C/NC
name resolution. Covers Cisco Academy curriculum semesters 1 and
2 materials and provides the fundamentals necessary for students                                  1028       Sat          9:00am- 2:40pm            PRADO, G       BC207    1.0
pursuing Microsoft, Cisco and UNIX networking classes. LG-C/NC                                                            (11/01-11/15)
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                  Above section will meet the following three Saturdays: 11/01, 11/08,
   1023        M            6:00pm- 9:30pm           STAFF                    BC208    3.0      and 11/15, BC207, 9am-2:40pm.
Plus one half hour per week by arrangement.
   1024        Th           6:00pm- 9:30pm           STAFF                    BC208    3.0     CSIS 113            USING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA
Plus one half hour per week by arrangement.                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                               Introduction to digital cameras and simple photo manipulation. Sur-
CSIS 78              ADVANCED PUBLISHING ON THE WORLD                                          vey of creating, using, editing, managing, and printing digital photos.
                     WIDE WEB                                                                  May be taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC
Advisories: CSIS 77.                                                                              1029       Sat          9:00am- 1:15pm            SMITH, RANDY   BC202    1.0
Continuation of basic client-side Web publishing skills with project                                                      (09/06-09/20)
creation: HTML, XHTML, XML and scripting. Dynamic HTML: scripting
and cascading style sheets, data binding, and Java applet objects.
Visual presentation: image creation software, Macromedia Flash. May                            CSIS 174            MICROSOFT SERVER ADVANCED
be taken four times based on a new version of software. LG-C/NC                                                    ADMINISTRATION
                                                                                               Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; CSIS 172.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                 Advanced network administration course. Topics include installation
   0143        MW           4:00pm- 6:00pm           STAFF                    BC208    3.0     and configuration routing and filtering, RAS, IIS, terminal services, RIS,
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.                                                         network monitoring, security and management. LG-C/NC
                                                                                                  0144       F            3:30pm- 7:00pm            STAFF          BC208    3.0
                                                                                               Plus one half hour per week by arrangement.


30                                                                             Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                        Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Computer Science and Information Systems                                                             Cooperative Work Experience
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days     Time         Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
CSIS 179          WAN TECHNOLOGIES                                               COOP 91.4        AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY WORK
Prerequisites: CSIS 177                                                                           EXPERIENCE
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                    0213             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0
WAN technologies and services. Topics include cabling WAN devices,
                                                                                   0214             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0
configuring ISDN, PPP and frame relay protocols. Students will also
implement services such as NAT and DHCP. Cisco Academy semesters
3/4. LG-C/NC                                                                     COOP 91.5        AVIATION WORK EXPERIENCE
   1030       T            6:00pm- 9:30pm         STAFF        BC208    3.0       0215              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0
Plus one-half hour per week by arrangement.
                                                                                 COOP 91.6        BIOLOGY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                  0216              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    1.0
COOKING AND CULINARY ARTS                                                         0217              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    2.0
     See HOSPITALITY.                                                             0218              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    3.0
                                                                                  0219              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    4.0

COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE                                                      COOP 91.7        BUSINESS WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                  0220              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    3.0
     For information, please contact the Cooperative Work                                           (10/20-12/12)
     Experience Office located in the Student Center at                            0221             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    1.0
     (831) 646-4074.                                                               0222             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    2.0
                                                                                   0223             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    3.0
COOP 91               COOPERATIVE WORK EXEPRIENCE                                  0224             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS    SC101    4.0
A planned, supervised work experience program for students work-
ing in a job related to his/her declared college major or career goal.           COOP 91.8        CHILD DEVELOPMENT WORK EXPERIENCE
Classroom activities are correlated with current employment practices.
Interviews with a COOP Faculty Advisor, job performance objectives,
                                                                                  0225              Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
a term paper, and completion of forms required. Units depend on the                                 (10/20-12/12)
number of hours worked per semester: seventy-five hours paid em-                   0226             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0
ployment per unit or sixty hours per unit of volunteer work. A total of            0227             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 2.0
16 units of COOP 91 and 92 can be taken if the work station presents               0228             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
new or expanded opportunities. LG
                                                                                   0229             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0
Transfer: CSU.
YOU MUST ATTEND A WORK EXPERIENCE ORIENTATION MEETING.                           COOP 91.9        COMMUNICATIONS WORK EXPERIENCE
You will be dropped from COOP course if you fail to attend. Orienta-              0230             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0
tion meetings are held in LTC 216. Attend only one of these 25-minute
meetings: August 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, September 2, 3, 4 at 12:15 pm.
Contact the COOP Office if you are unable to attend one of these
                                                                                 COOP 91.10       COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION
orientation meetings.
                                                                                                  SYSTEMS WORK EXPERIENCE
Enrollment Limitation: You must be currently employed and enrolled in
                                                                                   0231            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0
at least seven units at MPC (including this course). A COOP application            0232            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 2.0
must be approved and filed with the COOP Office each semester. The                 0233            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
office is located in the Student Center. Telephone                                 0234            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0
(831) 646-4074.
                                                                                 COOP 91.11       DENTAL ASSISTING WORK EXPERIENCE
COOP 91.1             ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE WORK                              0235             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  4.0
                      EXPERIENCE
   0207                 Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 2.0                        COOP 91.12       DRAFTING WORK EXPERIENCE
   0208                 Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 3.0                         0236             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0
   0209                 Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 4.0
                                                                                 COOP 91.13       DRAMA WORK EXPERIENCE
COOP 91.2             ART WORK EXPERIENCE                                         0237             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0
 0210                   Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS                 SC101    3.0
 0211                   Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS                 SC101    4.0      COOP 91.14       ENGLISH WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                  0238             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0
COOP 91.3             ASTRONOMY WORK EXPERIENCE
 0212                   Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101                    4.0      COOP 91.15       ENGINEERING WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                  0239             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0




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 Cooperative Work Experience                                                      Cooperative Work Experience
 Section Days    Time         Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days    Time         Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
COOP 91.17      FASHION WORK EXPERIENCE                      COOP 91.27       NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
 0240            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0       0266             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        3.0
 0241            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0       0267             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0

COOP 91.18      FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY WORK              COOP 91.28       NUTRITION AND FOOD WORK
                EXPERIENCE                                                    EXPERIENCE
 0242             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0             0268            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        3.0
                                                               0269            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        4.0
COOP 91.19      FOREIGN LANGUAGE WORK
                EXPERIENCE                                   COOP 91.29       OCEANOGRAPHY WORK EXPERIENCE
 0243            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0       0270             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
                 (10/20-12/12)                                0271             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0
 0244            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0
 0245            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       6.0      COOP 91.30       ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE WORK
                                                                              EXPERIENCE
COOP 91.20      HEALTH WORK EXPERIENCE                         0272            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0
 0246            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0                        (10/20-12/12)
 0247            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0        0273            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
                                                               0274            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0
COOP 91.21      HOSPITALITY WORK EXPERIENCE
 0248            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0      COOP 91.31       PHYSICAL FITNESS WORK EXPERIENCE
                 (10/20-12/12)                                0275             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  2.0
 0249            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       1.0       0276             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  3.0
 0250            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       2.0
 0251            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0      COOP 91.32       PHYSICAL EDUCATION WORK
                                                                              EXPERIENCE
COOP 91.22      HUMANITIES WORK EXPERIENCE                     0277            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        2.0
 0252            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0        0278            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        3.0

COOP 91.23      INTERIOR DESIGN WORK EXPERIENCE              COOP 91.33       PHOTOGRAPHY WORK EXPERIENCE
 0253             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0            0279             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
 0254             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
 0255             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0           COOP 91.34       POLITICAL SCIENCE WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                              0280             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 1.0
COOP 91.24      LIBRARY SERVICES WORK EXPERIENCE              0281             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 2.0
 0256             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0            0282             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 3.0
 0257             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 4.0            0283             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS  SC101 4.0

COOP 91.25      MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                COOP 91.35       PSYCHOLOGY WORK EXPERIENCE
                WORK EXPERIENCE                               0284             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101        3.0
 0258            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       1.0
                 (11/03-12/12)                               COOP 91.37       SOCIAL SCIENCE WORK EXPERIENCE
 0259            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       2.0       0285             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  2.0
                 (10/20-12/12)                                0286             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  3.0
 0260            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       1.0
 0261            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       2.0      COOP 91.38       WOMEN’S STUDIES WORK EXPERIENCE
 0262            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       3.0       0287             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 2.0
 0263            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       4.0       0288             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0
 0542            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101       1.0
                                                             COOP 91.39       HUMAN SERVICES WORK EXPERIENCE
                 (11/24-12/12)
                                                              0289             Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0
COOP 91.26      MEDICAL ASSISTING WORK EXPERIENCE
 0264            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  3.0
 0265            Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101  4.0




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                                                                                                                   MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Cooperative Work Experience                                                                                                          Dance
  Section Days       Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units          Section Days       Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units
COOP 92           GENERAL COOPERATIVE WORK                                   DANC 11A          JAZZ DANCE I
                  EXPERIENCE                                                 An introduction to jazz dance. Development of skills, including steps,
A planned, supervised work experience program for students working           phrases, body isolations, and various rhythmic patterns. May be taken
in a job not directly related to their declared college major or career      four times for credit. LG-C/NC
goal. Classroom activities are correlated with current employment            Transfer: CSU; UC.
practices. Interviews with a COOP Faculty Advisor, job performance
                                                                               0020     MW        10:00am-12:00pm     WHITE, W        DA102      1.0
objectives, a term paper, and completion of forms required. Units
depend on the number of hours worked per semester: seventy-five                0918     T         7:00pm- 9:00pm      WHITE, W        DA101      1.0
hours paid employment per unit or sixty hours per unit of volunteer                     & Th      7:00pm- 9:00pm                      DA103
work. This course may be taken for a total of 6 units if work station
presents new or expanded opportunities. LG                                   DANC 11B          JAZZ DANCE II
Transfer: CSU                                                                A continuation of DANC 11A. Emphasis on developing isolation in
YOU MUST ATTEND A WORK EXPERIENCE ORIENTATION MEETING.                       movement and working with jazz musical rhythms. It is recommend-
You will be dropped from COOP course if you fail to attend. Orienta-         ed that students take DANC 11A or have basic jazz dance skills before
tion meetings are held in LTC 216. Attend only one of these 25-minute        enrolling. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
meetings: August 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, September 2, 3, 4 at 12:15 pm.          Transfer: CSU; UC.
Contact the COOP Office if you are unable to attend one of these               0021     MW        3:00pm- 5:00pm      AKARD, L        DA102      1.0
orientation meetings.                                                        Above section has emphasis on musical theatre.
Enrollment Limitation: You must be currently employed and enrolled in          0919     TTh       5:00pm- 7:00pm      WHITE, W        DA102      1.0
at least seven units at MPC (including this course). A COOP application
must be approved and filed with the COOP Office each semester. The
                                                                             DANC 11C          JAZZ DANCE III
office is located in the Student Center. Telephone
(831) 646-4074.                                                              Continued study of jazz dance techniques with an emphasis on de-
                                                                             veloping style, performance, and the ability to learn new movements
  0290               Wkly hrs by arr     CURTIS          SC101         3.0   quickly. It is recommended that students take DANC 11B or have inter-
                     (10/20-12/12)                                           mediate jazz dance skills before enrolling. May be taken four times for
  0291               Wkly hrs by arr     CURTIS          SC101         1.0   credit. LG-C/NC
  0292               Wkly hrs by arr     CURTIS          SC101         2.0   Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0293               Wkly hrs by arr     CURTIS          SC101         3.0     0920     TTh       5:00pm- 7:00pm      WHITE, W        DA102      1.0

                                                                             DANC 12A          BALLET I
DANCE                                                                        An introduction to classical ballet movement. Includes the basic barre
                                                                             and floor work of ballet, the classic five positions of the arms and
DANC 1            INTRODUCTION TO DANCE                                      legs focusing on correct body alignment. May be taken four times for
Introduction to modern, ballet, and jazz dance forms designed for            credit. LG-C/NC
beginners. Development of body awareness and basic movement                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
skills and their application to these dance forms. May be taken four           0022     TTh       10:00am-12:00pm     ROSS, D         DA102      1.0
times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                               0921     MW        5:00pm- 7:00pm      ROSS, D         DA102      1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0018     MW        12:00pm- 1:00pm     AKARD, L        DA103         0.5   DANC 12B          BALLET II
Above section emphasis on musical theatre.                                   Continued study of classical ballet technique; more advanced barre,
  0916     Sat       10:00am-12:00pm     KEINDL          DA102         0.5   emphasis on center work. It is recommended that students take
Above section emphasis on ballet.                                            DANC 12A or have basic ballet skills before enrolling. May be taken
                                                                             four times for credit. LG-C/NC
DANC 10A          MODERN DANCE I                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
Development of the fundamentals of movement, techniques of mod-                0922     MW        5:00pm- 7:00pm      ROSS, D         DA102      1.0
ern dance; exploration of time, space, and energy for the beginning
dance student. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                   DANC 14           BALLROOM DANCE
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           An introduction to ballroom dance for singles and couples. Introduc-
  0917     MW        7:00pm- 9:00pm      ROSS, D         DA102         1.0   tion to the foxtrot, waltz, swing, and Latin dances. May be taken four
                                                                             times for credit. LG-C/NC
DANC 10B          MODERN DANCE II                                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
A continuation of DANC 10A. Learn to move with freedom and control             0023     F         12:00pm- 2:00pm     CHATWIN, D      DA101      0.5
in more advanced movement patterns. It is recommended that                     0923     Th        7:00pm- 9:00pm      BUTLER          DA101      0.5
students take DANC 10A or have basic modern dance skills before
enrolling. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                               0924     F         7:00pm- 9:00pm      CHATWIN, D      DA101      0.5
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0019     MW        1:00pm- 3:00pm      BOOMER-ADAMS DA102            1.0




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  Dance
  Dental Assisting                                                                                                               Dental Assisting
  Section Days        Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units         Section Days             Time                 Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
DANC 15           ETHNIC DANCE FORMS                                         PFIT 485                 EXERCISE TO MUSIC
Introduction to the dances of a specific ethnic group, either historical    Teaches rhythmical movements to enhance the health and well-being
or modern. Includes information about the culture of origin. May be         of older persons. Designed to stimulate both the body and mind. Each
taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                        session begins with stretches prior to a variety of rhythmical move-
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                          ments designed to develop muscular response, and then ends with a
                                                                            cool-down period. NC
  0024     TTh        10:00am-12:00pm    SINCLAIR         DA103      1.0
Emphasis on belly dance.                                                       0028                     Wkly hrs by arr      WHITE, W     DA101     0.0
                                                                            See instructor before registering.
DANC 16A          FLAMENCO DANCE I
An introduction to the culture, music, and movement of traditional
Spanish Flamenco dance. Students will learn essential rhythms,
                                                                            DENTAL ASSISTING
characteristic movements and attitudes, traditional choreographies,              For course, program, or certificate information, please
costuming, guitar accompaniment, song and poetry. May be taken
                                                                                 contact the Dental Assisting Office (LS 209C) at
four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                                 (831) 646-4137.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0925     Sat        12:00pm- 2:00pm    DI PALMA         DA103      0.5
                                                                             DNTL 100                 ORIENTATION TO DENTAL CAREERS
DANC 16B          FLAMENCO DANCE II                                         Provides the student with a basic knowledge of the various areas of
                                                                            dental health care; the team members of the profession, career op-
A continued study of Flamenco dance with emphasis on building
                                                                            portunities with special emphasis on dental terminology to prepare
skills through dance technique and linage choreographies. It is recom-
                                                                            the student for entry into other dental assisting courses. Required of
mended that students take DANC 16A or have basic flamenco dance
                                                                            all Dental Assisting Program graduates. LG
skills before enrolling. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                 0145       MW            9:00am-10:00am       LEWIS        LS202     1.0
                                                                                                        (08/25-10/15)
  0926     Sat        12:00pm- 2:00pm    DI PALMA         DA103      0.5
                                                                             DNTL 101                 DENTAL ANATOMY
DANC 17A          TAP DANCE I
                                                                            Anatomy of the head and neck, oral physiology, dental embryology,
Introduction to basic tap techniques. Rhythm, coordination and skill
                                                                            histology, tooth morphology. LG
development. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             0146       TTh           9:00am-11:00am       LEWIS        LS202     2.0
                                                                                                        (10/21-12/11)
  0927     MW         5:00pm- 7:00pm     BUTLER           DA103      1.0
                                                                             DNTL 102                 CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING I
DANC 18A          HIP HOP DANCE I                                           Limits: Acceptance in Dental Assisting Program
An introduction to Hip Hop dance including the history, the music           Basic chairside examination procedures, instrumentation principles
rhythms and the dance moves. May be taken four times for credit.            of four-handed dentistry, dental materials for preliminary impressions
LG-C/NC                                                                     and diagnostic models, vital signs, dental charting, infection control
Transfer: CSU.                                                              protocol, treatment records and patient management skills. LG
  0928     MW         7:00pm- 9:00pm     BUTLER           DA101      1.0       0147       MW            1:00pm- 3:00pm       STAFF        LS202     3.0
                                                                                          &T            9:00am- 3:00pm
DANC 20           DANCE PRODUCTION                                                                      (08/25-10/15)
Designed to develop skills for a dance production. Opportunity to
                                                                               0148       MW            1:00pm- 3:00pm       STAFF        LS202     3.0
perform and choreograph as well as work in technical areas including
costuming, lighting, and backstage. May be taken four times for credit.                   & Th          9:00am- 3:00pm
LG-C/NC                                                                                                 (08/25-10/16)
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0025                Wkly hrs by arr    HARO, P          MHS        1.5     DNTL 103                 BEGINNING RADIOGRAPHY
                                                                            Prerequisites: DNTL 100
Five hours per week by arrangement, 3-5:30pm TTh.
                                                                            Principles of roentgenographic physics, current intra-oral radiographic
  0026                Wkly hrs by arr    WHITE, W         DA101      1.5    techniques, procedures for processing films, and mounting films. Full
Five hours per week. Call (831) 645-1355 for information and registra-      mouth X-ray surveys on mannequins. LG
tion. Dance performance dates: October 31 & November 2, 2008.                  0149       M             9:00am- 4:00pm       LEWIS        LS202     2.0
                                                                                          & Th          12:00pm- 2:00pm
DANC 53           WELLNESS IN MOTION                                                                    (10/20-12/11)
Explore personal growth through movement, music and dance. Stress
management through creative movement, relaxation and visualiza-                0150       Th            12:00pm- 2:00pm      LEWIS        LS202     2.0
tion techniques will be explored. Students keep journals and develop                      &F            9:00am- 4:00pm
wellness programs. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                           (10/23-12/12)
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0027     T          12:00pm- 1:00pm    BOOMER-ADAMS DA102          0.5
           & Th       12:00pm- 1:00pm                 IC101


34                                                          Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                    Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Dental Assisting                                                                                                                                             Drama
   Section Days             Time                     Instructor           Loc/Rm Units             Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
DNTL 104               CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING II
Prerequisites: DNTL 100 and 102                                                                 DRAMA
Limits: Acceptance in Dental Assisting Program
Continuation of DNTL 102. Emphasis on local anesthetic procedures,
hand and rotary instruments, dental cements, amalgam and com-                                   DRAM 1                 DRAMA APPRECIATION
                                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
posite materials, rubber dam instrumentation, cavity preparation
principles and patient management. LG                                                           Orients students to universal theatre as a forum of oral and written
                                                                                                communication. Includes dramatic history from Greeks to the present,
   0151       W             9:00am- 3:00pm           LEWIS                LS202         2.5     Asian and Chicano theatre. Interviews with drama personnel. Oral and
              &T            12:00pm- 3:00pm                                                     written evaluation of scripts and performances for stage, film and TV.
                            (10/21-12/10)                                                       LG-C/NC
   0152       W             9:00am-12:00pm           STAFF                LS202         2.5     Transfer: CSU; UC.
              & Th          12:00pm- 5:00pm                                                        0154       TTh          8:00am- 9:30am         GAMIERE      TH111    3.0
                            (10/22-12/11)
                                                                                                DRAM 5                 FILM APPRECIATION
DNTL 105               DENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                 The nature of motion pictures as a unique and composite art. Screen-
Provides an overview of the human body in health and disease, with                              ing and analysis of films selected on the basis of direction, theme or
special emphasis on oral health promotion, disease, prevention and                              style. Survey international in scope, but with more thorough treat-
control. This course will form the foundation for future dental assisting                       ment given to one director. Focus may be on the western movie, the
classes. LG                                                                                     movie musical, the horror film, and the so-called “underground” or
   0153       MW            10:00am-12:00pm          LEWIS                LS202         2.0     “expanded” cinema. LG-C/NC
                            (08/25-10/15)                                                       Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                   0155       W            12:00pm- 1:00pm        DE BONO, P   TH102    3.0
                                                                                                              &F           12:00pm- 2:30pm                     LF102
DISTANCE LEARNING                                                                                  2015       Th           6:00pm- 9:00pm         SHAPIRO, G   MT4      3.0
     See LIVING ROOM SERIES and/or ONLINE                                                       Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
     COURSES at the back of the Schedule.                                                       289 12th Street, Marina.

                                                                                                DRAM 8A                BEGINNING SCREENWRITING
DRAFTING                                                                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                                A practical and experiential course providing an overview of the
                                                                                                history and process of writing for the film and television media. Focus
DRAF 100                 DRAFTING AND PERSPECTIVE                                               is on the basic elements, principles and practices of screenwriting.
An introduction to reading and preparing technical drawings for                                 LG-C/NC
architecture, interior design, and construction applications includ-
                                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
ing plans, sections, elevations, details, dimensioning, lettering, and
perspective rendering. LG-C/NC                                                                     1033       W            6:00pm- 9:00pm         BOES, B      GA103    3.0
   1031       T             5:30pm- 8:30pm           STAFF                FC106         2.0
                                                                                                DRAM 8B                INTERMEDIATE SCREENWRITING
                                                                                                Prerequisites: DRAM 8A
DRAF 125A                INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED                                         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                         DESIGN                                                                 This experiential course reveals the storytelling process of scenes and
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; DRAF 100 or equivalent; eligibility for MATH
351.
                                                                                                sequencing in screenwriting through script and film breakdown and
                                                                                                analysis. LG-C/NC
Introduction to computer-aided design using AutoCAD on the PC.
Emphasizes the construction of 2D drawings. Designed for students                               Transfer: CSU.
with no prior computer drafting experience. May be taken two times                                 1034       W            6:00pm- 9:00pm         BOES, B      GA103    3.0
for credit. LG-C/NC
   1032       TTh           6:00pm- 9:00pm           BENES                GA103         3.0     DRAM 11                VOICE AND ORAL INTERPRETATION
                                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                                Voice physiology, articulation, and projection. Instruction in oral
                                                                                                reading of prose and poetry and other literature. LG-C/NC
                                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                   0156       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        BOLEN, G     TH201    3.0




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   Drama                                                                                                                                     Drama
   Section Days             Time                    Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days       Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units
DRAM 13                 AUDITION TECHNIQUES FOR THE STAGE                          DRAM 21B         THEATRE WORKSHOP II
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                   A continuation of DRAM 21A. LG-C/NC
Practical and experiential guide to the selection, rehearsal and performance of   Transfer: CSU; UC.
material appropriate to the purpose of auditioning for theatrical stage produc-
tions in drama, comedy and music. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC        0165    M          2:00pm- 3:00pm      BECK, D          TH111      3.0
Transfer: CSU.                                                                               & WF       2:00pm- 4:00pm
   0157        MW           1:00pm- 3:00pm          AKARD, L     DA103      2.0    DRAM 24          BEGINNING COSTUMING
                                                                                  Theories and techniques of costuming for the stage including:
DRAM 15A                BEGINNING ACTING                                          costume history. Each student constructs a costume for the main
Condition of enrollment: Must be age 17 or older.
                                                                                  stage and designs costumes for a stage play. LG-C/NC
Voice, movement and character analysis and study; improvisation,
scene interpretation and performance; ensemble performance tech-                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
niques. Adult-level materials and instruction are provided; course is                0166    W          10:00am- 1:00pm     GAMIERE          TH212      3.0
not appropriate for children and young teens. LG-C/NC                             Plus two hours per week by arrangement in TH212.
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN DRAM 8)
   0158        TTh          11:00am- 1:30pm         BOLEN, G     TH109      3.0        The following Drama Production courses (DRAM 40-78)
   0159        TTh          12:00pm- 2:30pm         BOLEN, G     TH109      3.0        have an enrollment limitation based on membership
                                                                                       in cast or crew of productions. Auditions are by
DRAM 15B                ADVANCED ACTING                                                arrangement; please contact theatre at (831) 646-4085.
Prerequisites: DRAM 15A
A continuation of DRAM 15A with an emphasis on characterization                    DRAM 40          PLAY PRODUCTION - COMEDY
and playing a role before an audience. May be taken three times for               Participation in major comedy theatrical production in either acting,
credit. LG-C/NC                                                                   production, business, or direction. May be taken four times for credit.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                LG-C/NC
   0160        TTh          11:00am- 1:30pm         DE BONO, P   TH201      3.0   Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                     0167               Wkly hrs by arr     GOTCH            PRT        3.0
DRAM 15C                METHOD ACTING                                                                   (10/27-12/16)
Prerequisites: DRAM 15B
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                    DRAM 43          PLAY PRODUCTION - CLASSICAL
Detail and practice of issues of sense, emotional and effective mem-              Participation in major classical theatrical production in either acting,
ory as they are applied to techniques involved in creating modern,                production, business, or direction. May be taken four times for credit.
realistic characters in acting. LG-C/NC                                           LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0161        M            1:00pm- 5:00pm          BOLEN, G     TH207      2.0      0169               Wkly hrs by arr     GOTCH            PRT        3.0
                                                                                                        (08/25-10/23)
DRAM 18A                ELEMENTARY DIRECTING
Prerequisites: DRAM 15A                                                              0170               Wkly hrs by arr     CLARKSON         CET        3.0
Elementary techniques of directing and production covering picturization,                               (09/08-10/24)
composition and stage movement. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC           0171               Wkly hrs by arr     SHULER           UT         3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                                      (09/29-11/12)
   0162        TTh          10:00am- 11:00am DE BONO, P          TH201      3.0
               & TTh        12:00pm-1:30pm                                         DRAM 58          CHILDREN’S THEATRE
                                                                                  Play selection, acting, movement, dancing, singing, instrumental and
DRAM 18B                ADVANCED DIRECTING                                        rehearsal designed for culmination in a public performance before a
Prerequisites: DRAM 18A                                                           child audience. Acting, technical and crew work that applies theories
A continuation of DRAM 18A with emphasis on direction of scenes.                  and skills for dramatic literature. May be taken four times for credit.
May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                                        LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                Transfer: CSU.
   0163        TTh          10:00am- 11:00am DE BONO, P          TH201      3.0      0172               Wkly hrs by arr     RICHMOND         DK-CBA     3.0
               & TTh        12:00pm-1:30pm                                                              (09/17-11/26)

DRAM 21A                THEATRE WORKSHOP I                                         DRAM 60          EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - ORIGINAL
Basic techniques of construction and organization of scenery and                  A rehearsal/performance approach to solving acting and directing
properties for production. Work on crews for college production                   problems in a studio theatre (black box) environment for an original
required. LG-C/NC                                                                 play. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0164        M            2:00pm- 3:00pm          BECK, D      TH111      3.0      0174               Wkly hrs by arr     GOTCH            PRT        3.0
               & WF         2:00pm- 4:00pm                                                              (10/27-12/16)
                                                                                  (Golden Bough/Circle)


36                                                                Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                             Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                           MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Drama                                                                                                                                     Drama
  Section Days       Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units           Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
DRAM 61            EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - COMEDY                             DRAM 76                ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED
A rehearsal/performance approach to solving acting and directing                                    DRAMATIC
problems in a studio theatre (black box) environment for a comedy.           Solution to acting problems through consultation, and research in a
May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                  dramatic production. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0176               Wkly hrs by arr    SHULER           UT            3.0      0189                    Wkly hrs by arr        DE BONO, P   TH109    3.0
                     (08/25-10/09)                                                                      (09/02-10/23)
  0177               Wkly hrs by arr    HOVICK           CET           3.0   (SALESMAN)
                     (10/13-12/01)                                              0190       DAILY        3:00pm- 4:00pm         STADILLE     CMS      2.0
                                                                                0191       DAILY        3:00pm- 4:00pm         STAFF        PGMS     2.0
DRAM 62            EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - DRAMATIC                              0192                    Wkly hrs by arr        SELVIG       CHERRY   3.0
A rehearsal/performance approach to solving acting and directing                                        (10/13-12/08)
problems in a studio theatre (black box) environment for a drama.
                                                                                1171       DAILY        3:30pm- 4:30pm         PELTON       LOSARB    2.
May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                             DRAM 77                ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED
  0178               Wkly hrs by arr    DE BONO, P       TH201         3.0                          MUSICAL
                     (08/25-10/10)                                           Solution to acting, singing, and dancing or movement problems in a
(GIRL)                                                                       musical production through consultation and research. May be taken
                                                                             four times for credit. LG-C/NC
DRAM 63            EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - CLASSICAL                          Transfer: CSU; UC.
A rehearsal/performance approach to solving acting and directing                0193                    Wkly hrs by arr        GOTCH        PRT      2.0
problems in a studio theatre (black box) environment for a classical                                    (08/25-10/23)
play. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                            (Golden Bough/Circle)
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                0194                    Wkly hrs by arr        CHATWIN,D    AP       2.5
  0175               Wkly hrs by arr    GOTCH            PRT           3.0                              (08/27-10/18)
                     (10/27-12/16)
  0179               Wkly hrs by arr    RICHMOND         DK-CBA        3.0   DRAM 78                ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED
                     (09/16-12/12)                                                                  CLASSICAL
  0180               Wkly hrs by arr    BOLEN, G         TH201         3.0   Solutions to acting problems through consultation and research in a
                     (10/06-11/21)                                           classical play. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
(CRATCHIT)                                                                   Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                0173                    Wkly hrs by arr        GOTCH        PRT      3.0
DRAM 65            REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE                                                            (08/25-10/23)
                   WORKSHOP - COMEDY                                            0196                    Wkly hrs by arr        HOVICK       CET      3.0
Workshop which addresses standard techniques and practices in                                           (09/08-10/24)
rehearsal and performance situations as they relate to the production
of a comedy play. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                             DRAM 90                INDEPENDENT STUDY: EXPERIENCE THE
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                      ARTS
  0182     DAILY     4:30pm- 5:30pm     DESKIN-JACOB     SHS           2.0   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
  0183     DAILY     4:00pm- 5:00pm     JACOBS, M        CHS           2.0   A unique opportunity to attend and analyze professional theatrical
  0184     DAILY     4:00pm- 5:00pm     STADILLE         CMS           2.0   performances. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
  0185     DAILY     4:00pm- 5:00pm     STAFF            PGMS          2.0   Transfer: CSU.
  1170     DAILY     4:30pm- 5:30pm     PELTON           LOSARB        2.0      0197                    Wkly hrs by arr        PICKFORD     AG101    0.5
                                                                             Contact instructor within the first two weeks of class through the MPC
DRAM 75            ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED COMEDY                         Art Gallery at 646-3060.
Solutions to acting problems through consultation and research in a
comedic production. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC              DRAM 106               FILM AND AMERICAN CULTURE
                                                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                             A study of American culture through film, with the focus on the his-
  0186     DAILY     3:30pm- 4:30pm     DESKIN-JACOB     SHS           2.0   torical, social and cultural realities of this unique and complex country.
  0187     DAILY     3:00pm- 4:00pm     JACOBS, M        CHS           2.0   Also shows American culture in terms of values, attitudes, customs,
  0188     DAILY     4:00pm- 5:00pm     WELCH, L         MHS           2.0   institutions and lifestyles, as presented in films. LG-C/NC
           & Sat     4:00pm- 5:00pm                                             1036       T            7:00pm-10:00pm         SHAPIRO, G   LF102    3.0
  1035               Wkly hrs by arr    HIGGINBOTHAM AP                2.0
                     (10/04-12/20)




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  Drama
  Economics                                                                                                                                          Engineering
   Section Days            Time                    Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                      Instructor            Loc/Rm Units
DRAM 440               REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE                                 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Instruction in how to rehearse and perform in a full-length play or
series of scenes. Body and vocal techniques, and memorization and
consistency are emphasized. Culminates in a complete production                   EMMS 170                EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN 1:
with emphasis on ensemble organization and technical aspects of                                           BASIC TRAINING
production. NC                                                                   Techniques of emergency medical care designed to meet State of
                                                                                 California requirements for certification of EMT-1 (Ambulance)
   0198                    Wkly hrs by arr         DE BONO, P   TH109    0.0     personnel. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                           (08/25-10/10)
                                                                                    1040        TTh           6:00pm-10:00pm            RATSEP, B             IC201           6.0
Total hours: Ninety-six hours lab by arrangement.
                                                                                  CPR training equivalent to the American Heart Association’s
   0199                    Wkly hrs by arr         BOLEN, G     TH109    0.0      Guidelines 2000 for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency
                           (10/13-12/05)                                          Cardiovascular Care at the Healthcare Provider level is a prerequisite
Total hours: Ninety-six hours lab by arrangement.                                 for admission to an EMT-I Basic Course.

                                                                                       Students may contact the Monterey County EMS Agency
ECONOMICS                                                                              at (831) 647-7655 for registration information on the
                                                                                       following courses: EMMS 270R, EMMS 271, EMMS 271R.
ECON 1             THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC SYSTEM
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                           EMMS 270R                 EMT-1 RECERTIFICATION
Basic survey course of the American economic system. Current                     Advisories: EMT-1 California certification (current or expired for no more than one year).
economic issues. Intended for those who desire a less intensive survey           Designed for medical emergency response personnel. An individual-
than ECON 2 or 4. LG-C/NC                                                        ized course that meets the requirements for renewal of California State
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                               EMT-1 certification. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
   0200       MWF          9:00am-10:00am          MORGAN, D    SS205    3.0        0297        TBA                                     RATSEP, B             MCHD            0.5
                                                                                 Twenty-four hours per semester by arrangement
ECON 2             PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155.                                  EMMS 271                FIRST RESPONDER BASIC TRAINING
Analysis of fundamental economic concepts, basic economic institutions,          Principles and practice of emergency medical care for basic life support
national income analysis and determinants of income and employment,              first responding personnel. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
monetary and banking systems, government monetary and fiscal policies,
international trade and current economic problems. LG-C/NC                          0298        TBA                                     RATSEP, B             MCHD            2.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ECON 2)                                                  Fifty-six hours per semester by arrangement
   0201       MW           2:00pm- 3:30pm          ALBERT       SS205    3.0
                                                                                  EMMS 271R                 FIRST RESPONDER RECERTIFICATION
   0202       TTh          9:30am-11:00am          ALBERT       LF102    3.0     Advisories: EMMS 271.
   0203       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm         MORGAN, D    MT1      3.0     Designed for medical emergency response personnel, provides re-
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                     view/update of principles and practice of emergency medical care for
289 12th Street, Marina.                                                         basic life support first responding personnel. May be taken four times
   1202                    Wkly hrs by arr         ALBERT       ONLINE   3.0     for credit. C/NC
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August                       0299        TBA                                     RATSEP, B             MCHD            0.5
25, 6-7pm, LTC216. This course is offered through the Internet. Students         Eight hours per semester by arrangement
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Inter-
net. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check the
instructor's website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Steve_Albert                   ENGINEERING
   1037       Th           5:30pm- 8:30pm          MIYAMOTO,M   SS101    3.0
                                                                                 ENGR 1             INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
ECON 4             PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO                                Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                          Careers in engineering, science and technology, including the role
Analysis of pricing and composition of output; elasticities, marginal            and the function of engineering in modern society, problems and
analysis, and allocation of resources. Characteristics and behavior of           responsibilities of the engineering profession, and methods of
markets and international trade. LG-C/NC                                         engineering analysis, design and problem solving. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ECON 4)                                                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0204       MW           12:30pm- 2:00pm         ALBERT       SS205    3.0        1039        TTh           4:30pm- 6:00pm            REBOLD, T             GA103           2.0
   0205       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm         ALBERT       LF102    3.0
   1038       T            5:30pm- 8:30pm          MORGAN, D    SS101    3.0




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                                                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Engineering                                                                                                                                                   English
   Section Days              Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units            Section Days               Time                 Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ENGR 8             ENGINEERING STATICS                                                           ENGL 1B             LITERATURE/COMPOSITION
Prerequisites: PHYS 3A                                                                           Prerequisites: ENGL 1A
Prerequisites or corequisites: MATH 20C                                                          Advisories: LIBR 50 (may be taken concurrently).
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                  Assumes student proficiency in English composition. Students read, dis-
Principles of statics and their application to engineering problems.                             cuss and write analytically about literary works. WRITING REQUIREMENT:
Concentrated and distributed force systems and equilibrium condi-                                Minimum of 8,000 words, plus journal writing. LG-C/NC
tions covering structures, machines, friction and methods of virtual                             Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 4)(ENGL1A + ENGL1B = CAN ENGL SEQ A)
work. LG
                                                                                                    0310        MWF            10:00am-11:00am      CLEMENS      BH107     3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGR 8)
                                                                                                 ENGL 1B is required by some CSU and UC campuses. Please consult
   0294        TWThF         1:00pm- 2:00pm           REBOLD, T             BC101         3.0    your counselor.
                                                                                                    0311        TTh            11:00am-12:30pm      JOPLIN, D    BH106     3.0
ENGR 50            ROBOTICS                                                                      ENGL 1B is required by some CSU and UC campuses. Please consult
Advisories: CSIS 1; eligibility for MATH 263.
                                                                                                 your counselor.
Introduction to modern robotics using BASIC Stamp microcontroller.
Construction, movement, programming in PBASIC, emergent                                             1188        TTh            9:30am-11:00am       JOHNSON, A   HU105     3.0
behavior. Students may purchase their own robotics kit or use school-                            ENGL 1B is required by some CSU and UC campuses. Please consult
provided kits. No prior electronics experience needed. LG-C/NC                                   your counselor.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                      1045        Th             6:00pm- 9:00pm       JOHNSON, A   HU206     3.0
   0295        F             4:00pm- 6:15pm           REBOLD, T             GA103         1.0    ENGL 1B is required by some CSU and UC campuses. Please consult
                             (08/29-11/14)                                                       your counselor.

                                                                                                 ENGL 2              COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING
ENGLISH                                                                                          Prerequisites: ENGL 1A
                                                                                                 Advisories: LIBR 50 (may be taken concurrently).
      For English prerequisite challenge exam information,                                       Through group discussion and writing, students engage in the
      please see page 107.                                                                       analysis of language as a source of both clarity and confusion: analysis,
                                                                                                 evaluation, refutation, and construction of inductive and deductive
ENGL 1A            COMPOSITION AND ANALYTICAL READING                                            arguments; detection of fallacies and evasive/manipulative language
Prerequisites: Qualifying reading and writing assessment results or satisfactory completion of   in advertising, politics, and the media. LG-C/NC
ENGL 111 or ENSL 110                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
Advisories: LIBR 50 (may be taken concurrently); ENGL 112.                                          0312        MWF            9:00am-10:00am       JAMES        HU206     3.0
Analyze, discuss, and appreciate the ideas and literary craft in essays
                                                                                                    0314        MWF            10:00am-11:00am      JOPLIN, D    HU205     3.0
and books by our best professional writers. Write essays that logically
develop a thesis, are written in an engaging style, and are free from                               0315        MWF            12:00pm- 1:00pm      CLEMENS      BH107     3.0
syntactical/mechanical errors. WRITING REQUIREMENT: Minimum of                                      0316        TTh            8:00am- 9:30am       SZASZY       HU204     3.0
8,000 words. LG-C/NC                                                                                0317        TTh            11:00am-12:30pm      SZASZY       HU204     3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 2)(ENGL1A + ENGL1B = CAN ENGL SEQ A)                                   1046        M              6:00pm- 9:00pm       HULANICKI    HU205     3.0
   0300        MWF           8:00am- 9:00am           JAMES                 HU206         3.0       1047        Th             6:00pm- 9:00pm       VAN DAM      HU101     3.0
   0301        MWF           9:00am-10:00am           STAFF                 HU205         3.0
   0302        MWF           10:00am-11:00am          HAFFA                 HU206         3.0    ENGL 10             LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT MEN
                                                                                                 Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
   0303        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm          JOPLIN, D             HU205         3.0
                                                                                                 Literary survey of reading and writing about various sources, enact-
   0304        MWF           12:00pm- 1:00pm          HOOPER                HU204         3.0    ments, and depictions of maleness, manhood, virility, and masculinity
   0305                      Wkly hrs by arr          OSBURG                ONLINE        3.0    in essays, films, short stories, music, and poetry either by men or about
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday, August                                     men. LG-C/NC
26, 2008 6-8pm, LTC216. Students must have access to a computer and                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website:
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/jonathan_osburg for additional course                                     0318                       Wkly hrs by arr      CLEMENS      ONLINE    3.0
information.                                                                                     ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Thursday, August
                                                                                                 28, 2008, 5-6pm, LTC 216. Students must have access to a computer and
   0306        T             1:00pm- 4:00pm           MARTIN,MARLENE        HU201     3.0        be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website for more
   0307        TTh           8:00am- 9:30am           BLANK-SPADON          HU101     3.0        information. http://www.mpcfaculty.net/david_clemens
   0308        TTh           9:30am-11:00am           HARRAY                HU204     3.0
   0309        TTh           11:00am-12:30pm          OSBURG                HU206     3.0        ENGL 11             LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
   1187        MWF           1:00pm- 2:00pm           STAFF                 HU1013.0 1043        Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
   1043        W             1:30pm- 4:30pm           VAN DAM               MT1       3.0        Survey of American, British and international literary works by and
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                                     about women, including poetry, fiction, autobiography, drama and
289 12th Street, Marina.                                                                         non-fiction prose. Focus on literary trends, style, and issues of race,
                                                                                                 class, ethnicity, and cultural identity. Also offered as Women’s Studies
   1042        T             6:00pm- 9:00pm           JAMES                 HU206         3.0    11; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
   1044        W             6:00pm- 9:00pm           HAFFA                 HU205         3.0    Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                    1189        MW             12:00pm- 1:30pm      JOHNSON, A   HU205     3.0

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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  English                                                                                                                                        English
   Section Days             Time              Instructor       Loc/Rm Units         Section Days              Time                  Instructor   Loc/Rm Units


          English sEquEncE
                               ENGL 321                                                                             ENGL 322
                                                                          Level 1
                         Effective Writing Skills                                                            Effective Reading Skills

                                         i                                                                                      i
                               ENGL 301                                                                             ENGL 302
                                                                          Level 2
                            Academic Writing                                                                     Academic Reading

                                         i                                                                                      i
                            ENGL 111                                                                                   ENGL 112
                                                                          Level 3
                  Introduction to College Writing                                                                    Critical Reading
                                                                          Level 4
                                         i                                                                                      i
                                                                      ENGL 1A
                                                           Composition & Analytical Reading
                                               Satisfies Reading and Writing Proficiency for Associate Degree



                   ENGL 1B                               ENGL 2                                ENGL                                    ENGL
                   Literature/                         Composition                           10-24 and                                 31, 32
                  Composition                          and Critical                            38-49                                  Creative
                                                        Thinking                             Literature                             Writing I & II



ENGL 31            CREATIVE WRITING I                                           ENGL 42            WRITERS OF MODERN AMERICA
Prerequisites: ENGL 111 or ENSL 10                                              Prerequisites: ENGL 1A
Designed to provide a critical forum in Creative Writing. Works shared          Advisories: ENGL 1B
seminar-style with occasional lecture. Forms and techniques of                  A survey of 20th century literature in the United States, with emphasis
Creative Writing in fiction and poetry. Not a substitute for the English        upon the major writers after World War I. LG-C/NC
composition requirement for a Bachelor’s degree. LG-C/NC                        Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 16)
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 6)                                                     1191       TTh            8:00am- 9:30am        JOHNSON, A   HU105     3.0
   1048       T             6:00pm- 9:00pm    BRADY, L         BH107    3.0
                                                                                ENGL 44            MASTERPIECES OF LITERATURE I
ENGL 40            AMERICAN LITERATURE                                          Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Prerequisites: ENGL 1A                                                          Advisories: ENGL 1B
Advisories: ENGL 1B                                                             Surveys a selection of great works of literature from the Greeks to the
A comprehensive survey of American prose and poetry from the sev-               Renaissance, including poetry, narrative, and drama. LG-C/NC
enteenth century to the present, emphasizing Euro-American, Native              Transfer: CSU; UC.
American, African-American, Hispanic-American, Asian-American and
                                                                                    0320                      Wkly hrs by arr       HAFFA        ONLINE    3.0
Latino/Latina literary traditions and contributions. Satisfies intercul-
tural studies requirement for the Associate degree at MPC. LG-C/NC              ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
                                                                                August 26, 5-6pm, LTC 216. Students must have access to a computer
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website:
   0319                     Wkly hrs by arr   JAMES            ONLINE   3.0     http://www.mpcfaculty.net/alan_haffa for course information.
ONLINE COURSE. ONE-TIME CLASS ORIENTATION: Monday,
August 25, 2008, 5-6pm, LTC216. Students must have access to a
computer and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s
website: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/allston_james



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                                                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   English                                                                                                                                                                  English
   Section Days               Time                    Instructor            Loc/Rm Units            Section Days             Time                      Instructor           Loc/Rm Units
ENGL 46                  SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE I                                          ENGL 120                GRAMMAR AND USAGE
Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                           Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: ENGL 1B.                                                                             For students who want to learn, review or refresh skills in English
A survey of outstanding British writers and significant literary trends                          grammar and usage, covers sentence structure, word choice, punctua-
from Beowulf through the 18th Century. Emphasis on enjoyment and                                 tion, and mechanics. Emphasis is on usage of dictionaries and college-
appreciation of such writers as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Spenser, Donne,                            level grammar handbooks, and on successful understanding and use
Ben Johnson, Milton, Dryden, Swift, Addison, Steele, Pope, and Samuel                            of computerized grammar- and spell-check programs. LG-C/NC
Johnson. LG-C/NC                                                                                    1192        TTh          11:00am-12:30pm           PENNEY               HU101         3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 8)(ENGL46 + ENGL47 = CAN ENGL SEQ B)
   2014        T              5:30pm- 8:30pm          JOPLIN, D             HU204          3.0   ENGL 231                CREATIVE WRITING FOR PERSONAL GOALS
                                                                                                 Explores personal writing, including a journal, to develop creative writ-
ENGL 111                 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING                                         ing skills, such as variety of diction, tone, and image. Regular sharing
Prerequisites: Qualifying reading and writing assessment results or successful completion of     of students’ work in class, seminar-style. LG-C/NC
ENGL 301 and 302
                                                                                                    2012        Th           6:00pm- 9:00pm            BRADY, L             BH107         3.0
Satisfies the Writing Proficiency Requirement for the associate degree
at MPC. Prepares students for English 1A with instruction in writing
focused, organized, and grammatically correct essays. WRITING                                    ENGL 301                ACADEMIC WRITING
                                                                                                 Prerequisites: Qualifying writing assessment results or satisfactory completion of ENGL 321
REQUIREMENT: Minimum of 4,000 words, plus journal writing.
Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 112 recommended. LG-C/NC                                           Instruction in essay structure with emphasis on thesis sentence, essay
                                                                                                 development, and editing for repetition and redundancy. Prepares
   0322        MW             12:00pm- 1:30pm         OSBURG                HU206          3.0   students for ENGL 111. Coursework may include individualized work
   0323        MWF            8:00am- 9:00am          STAFF                 HU106          3.0   in English and Study Skills Center. Writing requirement: 4,000 words.
   0324        MWF            9:00am-10:00am          STAFF                 HU106          3.0   Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 302 is recommended. C/NC
   0325        MWF            10:00am-11:00am         STAFF                 HU106          3.0      0339        MW           9:00am-11:00am            PENNEY               HU101         4.0
   0326        TTh            8:00am- 9:30am          STAFF                 SS205          3.0   Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
   0327        TTh            9:30am-11:00am          PENNEY                HU101          3.0   Skills Center.
Above section will focus on technical writing.                                                      0340        MW           11:00am- 1:00pm           PENNEY               HU101         4.0
   0328        TTh            11:00am-12:30pm         STAFF                 BH108          3.0   Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
                                                                                                 Skills Center.
   0329        TTh            12:30pm- 2:00pm         DENNEHY               HU101          3.0
   0330        TTh            1:00pm- 2:30pm          PIRANI                MT2            3.0      0341        MW           1:00pm- 3:00pm            SZASZY               HU204         4.0
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                                     Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
12th Street, Marina.                                                                             Skills Center.
   0331        W              1:00pm- 4:00pm          MARTIN,MARLENE BH107                 3.0      0342        TTh          8:00am-10:00am            IBESSAINE            BH107         4.0
                                                                                                 Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
   1049        Th             5:30pm- 8:30pm          OSBURG         HU206                 3.0   Skills Center.
   1050        Th             6:00pm- 9:00pm          HULANICKI      HU205                 3.0
                                                                                                    0343        TTh          9:00am-11:00am            STAFF                BC101         4.0
                                                                                                 Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
ENGL 112                 CRITICAL READING
Prerequisites: Qualifying reading assessment result or successful completion of ENGL 302         Skills Center.
Satisfies the Reading Proficiency Requirement for the associate degree                              0344        TTh          12:00pm- 2:00pm           STAFF                HU203         4.0
at MPC. Instruction in college-level reading with emphasis on reading                            Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
strategies for more effective comprehension, analysis of written mate-                           Skills Center.
rial, and application of flexible reading skills to academic and profes-                            0345        TTh          2:00pm- 4:00pm            STAFF                HU204         4.0
sional reading. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 111 and completion of                              Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
ENGL 301 prior to ENGL 112 recommended. LG-C/NC                                                  Skills Center.
   0332        TTh            9:30am- 11:00am         JOPLIN, S             HU106          3.0      1051        W            5:30pm- 9:30pm            SZASZY               HU204         4.0
                                                                                                 Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
                                                                                                 Skills Center.
                                                                                                    1052        Th           5:30pm- 9:30pm            HEADLEY              BH106         4.0
                                                                                                 Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
                                                                                                 Skills Center.




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   English                                                                                                                                                             English
   Section Days             Time                      Instructor           Loc/Rm Units         Section Days              Time                       Instructor        Loc/Rm Units
ENGL 302                ACADEMIC READING                                                      ENGL 351               PHONEMIC AWARENESS FOR IMPROVED
Prerequisites: Qualifying assessment results or successful completion of ENGL 322                                    READING, WRITING AND SPEECH
Designed to strengthen reading and study skills. Instruction in reason-                      Prerequisites: Individualized assessment of reading and spelling skills
ing skills; inference and metaphor; vocabulary; comprehension skills;                        Limits: Instructor signature required for enrollment.
analysis of reading response journal and reading log. Individualized                         Students work one-to-one and in small groups to master the funda-
lab work in English & Study Skills Center required. WRITING REQUIRE-                         mental linguistic principles that underlie the English language, using a
MENT: 4,000 words. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 301 and comple-                             multi-sensory approach for the development of the auditory, sensory
tion of ENGL 321 prior to ENGL 302 recommended. C/NC                                         and visual skills necessary for reading, writing and speech. Concurrent
   0346        MW           9:00am-11:00am            JOPLIN, S            BC101     4.0     enrollment in an English, English as a Second Language or lecture
                                                                                             course is strongly recommended. May be taken for a maximum of one
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
                                                                                             unit. C/NC
Skills Center.
                                                                                                0359                      Wkly hrs by arr            JOPLIN, S         LTC114    0.5
   0347        MW           11:00am- 1:00pm           JOPLIN, S            BC101     4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study                                 0360                      Wkly hrs by arr            JOPLIN, S         LTC114    1.0
Skills Center.
                                                                                              ENGL 352               COMPREHENSION AND CRITICAL
   0348        TTh          10:00am-12:00pm           DENNEHY              BH107     4.0                             THINKING SKILLS
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study                              Prerequisites: ENGL 351
Skills Center.                                                                               Limits: Instructor signature required for enrollment.
   0349        TTh          11:00am- 1:00pm           GILBERT, P           HU205     4.0     Develop increased language comprehension and critical thinking
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study                              skills for reading textbooks, writing essays, preparing presentations,
Skills Center.                                                                               taking exams, and conducting research. Work one-to-one or in small
   1053        T            5:30pm- 9:30pm            GILBERT, P           HU205     4.0     groups using innovative methods to build retention of course material
                                                                                             while improving vocabulary and writing skills. Concurrent enroll-
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study                              ment in an English, English as a Second Language or lecture course is
Skills Center.                                                                               strongly recommended. C/NC
                                                                                                0361                      Wkly hrs by arr            JOPLIN, S         LTC114    0.5
ENGL 321                EFFECTIVE WRITING SKILLS
A basic writing course emphasizing sentence structure and sentence
variety, grammar and usage, the development of focused paragraphs,
and summary writing. Open enrollment: It is recommended that stu-
dents concurrently enroll in ENGL 322. Students will need to complete
the college’s English assessment program for advisement regarding
this course and others. May be taken two times for credit. C/NC
   0351        MW           10:00am-12:00pm           STARK, M             HU102     4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
Skills Center.
   0352        TTh          11:00am- 1:00pm           IBESSAINE            BC101     4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
Skills Center.

ENGL 322                EFFECTIVE READING SKILLS
For students who need to improve their English skills in order to
perform college work successfully. Emphasis on using thinking skills in
reading, improving writing, and increasing vocabulary. Individualized
lab work in the English & Study Skills Center where tutor assistance is
available. Open enrollment: It is recommended that students concur-
rently enroll in ENGL 321. Students will need to complete the college’s
English assessment program for advisement regarding this course and
others. May be taken two times for credit. C/NC
   0353        MW           8:00am-10:00am            STARK, M             HU102     4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
Skills Center.
   0354        TTh          9:00am-11:00am            GILBERT, P           HU205     4.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the English and Study
Skills Center.




42                                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                           Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   English And Study Skills Center                                                                             English And Study Skills Center
   Section Days             Time                    Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days             Time                    Instructor   Loc/Rm Units

ENGLISH AND STUDY SKILLS CENTER                                                    ENGL 320               PRACTICAL READING
                                                                                  Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
      Students who need help with assignments from                                A multi-sensory CD-ROM reading program with a process-centered,
      English classes or classes that require English skills are                  problem-solving approach. Equips learner with specific skills and
      encouraged to come to the English and Study Skills                          strategies to use the variety of print materials encountered in daily life
      Center for assistance.                                                      as workers, parents, job seekers, consumers, and citizens. Adult-level
                                                                                  materials and instruction are provided; course is not appropriate for
      The English and Study Skills Center, located on the                         children. C/NC
      first floor of the Library and Technology Center, offers                       0350                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   2.0
      individualized programs and services to assist students                     One hundred two hours by arrangement.
      in writing, reading, study and other communication skills
      for college and/or career as well as computer skills.                        ENGL 325               BASIC GRAMMAR FOR WRITING
                                                                                  Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
      Students may enroll in ESSC course labs for credit. Please                  Reviews the basic grammar and punctuation of English, and focuses
      see the catalogue for course descriptions.                                  on improving sentence structure. Adult-level materials and instruction
                                                                                  are provided; course is not appropriate for children. C/NC
              The English and Study Skills Center is open
        the following days and hours for the Fall 2008 semester                      0355                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.5
                   (August 25 - December 12, 2008):                               Twenty-five and one-half hours by arrangement.
                 8am-9pm • Monday through Thursday
                          8am-2pm • Friday                                         ENGL 326               INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR FOR WRITING
                                                                                  Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
                   1pm-5pm • Saturday and Sunday                                  Advisories: ENGL 325.
                 Closed holidays and holiday weekends                             Reviews English grammar in detail, but with a focus on writing more
          FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL (831)                                  sophisticated and complex sentence structures that are grammatically
                               646-4177.                                          sound. Introduces topics of sentence unity in paragraph writing and
                                                                                  basic essay development. Adult-level materials and instruction are
                        website: www.mpcfaculty.net/essc                          provided; course is not appropriate for children. C/NC
                                                                                     0356                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.5
ENGL 50                 WRITING WITH COMPUTERS                                    Twenty-five and one-half hours by arrangement.
Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
Students learn to use a basic word processing program to write and
revise their own work. Adult-level materials and instruction are                   ENGL 330               READING IN CONTEXT
                                                                                  Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
provided; course is not appropriate for children. C/NC
                                                                                  A multi-sensory CD-ROM reading program that teaches reading strate-
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    gies and skills through readings in literature, science, and American his-
   0321                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.5     tory so that students both improve reading skills and acquire vocabu-
Twenty-five and one-half hours by arrangement.                                    lary and knowledge of these subject areas. Adult-level materials and
                                                                                  instruction are provided; course is not appropriate for children. C/NC
ENGL 300                INDIVIDUALIZED ENGLISH AND STUDY                             0357                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   1.0
                        SKILLS                                                    Fifty-one hours by arrangement.
Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
For students who want to improve their written composition, reading,
                                                                                   ENGL 335               BUILDING A BETTER VOCABULARY
                                                                                  Condition of enrollment: Must be age 14 or older.
and/or study skills. Students meet regularly with an instructor while
                                                                                  Designed to help students understand the meanings of words from
working on an individualized program of study. Adult-level materials
                                                                                  context clues and to help them understand basic word parts and
and instruction are provided; course is not appropriate for children.
                                                                                  meanings. Words in a broad range of areas are defined and used in
May be taken for a maximum of three units. C/NC
                                                                                  short essays. Adult-level materials and instruction are provided; course
   0333                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.5     is not appropriate for children. C/NC
Twenty-five and one-half hours by arrangement.                                       0358                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.5
   0334                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   1.0     Twenty-five and one-half hours by arrangement.
Fifty-one hours by arrangement.
   0335                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   1.5      PERS 400               SUPERVISED TUTORING
                                                                                  Course content tutorial support for students enrolled in MPC
Seventy-six and one-half hours by arrangement.
                                                                                  courses. NC
   0336                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   2.0
                                                                                     1194                     Wkly hr by arr          STAFF        LTC150   0.0
One hundred two hours by arrangement.                                                1195                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   0.0
   0337                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   2.5
One hundred twenty-seven and one-half hours by arrangement.
   0338                     Wkly hrs by arr         STAFF        LTC150   3.0
One hundred fifty-three hours by arrangement.



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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
 English As A Second Language                                                                                              English As A Second Language
 Section Days                Time                      Instructor               Loc/Rm Units         Section Days       Time                    Instructor               Loc/Rm Units

ENSL SEQUENCE

                                    Required                                                                                   Recommended
                              Intensive Beginning English
                                   ENSL 312/412                                           Level 1
                                  12.5 units/O units


                                                                                                                    High-Beginning Reading, Vocabulary and Conversation
                         Intensive High-Beginning English                                                                            ENSL 325/425
                                 ENSL 320/420                                                                                        6 units/O units
                                 6.5 units/O units
                                        OR                                                Level 2
     High-Beginning English I                       High-Beginning English II                                                   Pronunciation and Spelling
       ENSL 321/421                    AND               ENSL 322/422                                                               ENSL 328/428
        4 units/O units                                   4 units/O units                                                           4 units/O units



                                                                                                                     Intermediate Reading, Vocabulary and Conversation
                            Intensive Intermediate English                                                                           ENSL 335/435
                                  ENSL 330/430                                                                                       4.5 units/O units
                                   8 units/O units
                                          OR                                              Level 3
                                                                                                                                Pronunciation and Spelling
     Intermediate English I                           Intermediate English II                                                       ENSL 328/428
        ENSL 331/431                     AND               ENSL 332/432                                                             4 units/O units
         4 units/O units                                    4 units/O units




              Intensive High-Intermediate Reading, Writing, Grammar                                                      High-Intermediate Speaking and Listening
                                  ENSL 342/442                                                                                         ENSL 345
                                 7.5 units/O units                                                                                       3 units
                                        OR                                                Level 4
High-Intermediate Reading & Writing                  High-Intermediate Grammar                                                  Pronunciation and Spelling
          ENSL 343                     AND                     ENSL 344                                                             ENSL 328/428
           3.5 units                                            4 units                                                             4 units/O units



                                 Advanced Reading
                                    ENSL 155
                                      3 units
                                       AND                                                 Level 5
                                Advanced Composition
                                    ENSL 110
                                     4.5 units




                         Composition and Analytical Reading
                                     ENGL 1A                                               Level 6
                                      3 units




44                                                                               Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                   Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  English As A Second Language                                                                                 English As A Second Language
   Section Days               Time              Instructor      Loc/Rm Units        Section Days             Time                Instructor     Loc/Rm Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE                                                     ENSL 328/428                 PRONUNCIATION AND SPELLING
                                                                                 A course for beginning and intermediate students including a system-
     New ESL students must take an ESL Placement Test. See                       atic introduction to understanding, pronouncing, spelling, and reading
     page 8 for details.                                                         English with emphasis on speech from individual sounds through
                                                                                 multi-syllable words. C/NC
     Para información en español llame al (831) 646-4206 o al                       0387       MTWTh         8:00am- 9:00am      DEFFLEY        HU205    4.0
     645-1381.                                                                   Above section is ideal for students at all levels of learning.
                                                                                    0399       MTWTh         8:00am- 9:00am      DEFFLEY        HU205    0.0
                                                                                 Above section is ideal for students at all levels of learning.
LEVEL 1                                                                             1056       TTh           5:00pm- 7:00pm      HART           HU202    4.0
                                                                                 Above section is ideal for students at all levels of learning.
ENSL 312/412            INTENSIVE BEGINNING ENGLISH                                 1062       TTh           5:00pm- 7:00pm      HART           HU202    0.0
The most basic English course for the non-native speaker at MPC,                 Above section is ideal for students at all levels of learning.
emphasizing listening, speaking, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
Includes two hours per week of computer-based assignments in the
ESL Center. C/NC                                                                 LEVEL 3
   0384       MTWTh           9:00am-12:00pm    BRADY/GASKILL   IC101    12.5
                                                                                 ENSL 330/430                 INTENSIVE INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH
              &M              12:00pm- 1:00pm   GASKILL         LTC119           Advisories: ENSL 320/420 or ENSL 322/422.
              & Th            12:00pm- 1:00pm   BRADY                            An intermediate English course for non-native speakers, emphasizing
   0396       MTWTh           9:00am-12:00pm    GASKILL/BRADY   IC101     0.0    grammar, speaking, listening, and writing. C/NC
              &M              12:00pm- 1:00pm   GASKILL, R      LTC119              0388       MTWTh         9:00am-11:00am      ABEND          HU203    8.0
              & Th            12:00pm- 1:00pm   BRADY, B                            0400       MTWTh         9:00am-11:00am      ABEND          HU203    0.0
                                                                                    0389       MTWTh         9:00am-11:00am      NELSON,J       HU201    8.0
                                                                                    0401       MTWTh         9:00am-11:00am      NELSON,J       HU201    0.0
LEVEL 2
                                                                                 ENSL 332/432                 INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH II
ENSL 320/420            INTENSIVE HIGH-BEGINNING ENGLISH                         Advisories: ENSL 331/431.
A basic course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing grammar,                  A continuation of ENSL 331/431 emphasizing grammar, speaking,
listening, speaking, vocabulary, writing, and American culture.                  listening, and writing. Normally offered in the evening and taken in
 Includes two hours per week of computer-based assignments in                    lieu of the second half of ENSL 330/430. C/NC
the ESL Center. C/NC                                                                1058       T             7:00pm- 9:00pm      GASKILL, R     HU202    4.0
   0385       MW              9:00am-10:00am    JENKINS         HU202     6.5                  & Th          7:00pm- 9:00pm      BRADY, B
              & MW            10:00am-11:00am                   LTC119              1064       T             7:00pm- 9:00pm      GASKILL, R     HU202    0.0
              & TTh           9:00am-11:00am                    HU202                          & Th          7:00pm- 9:00pm      BRADY, B
   0397       MW              9:00am-10:00am    JENKINS         HU202     0.0       1059       TTh           7:00pm- 9:00pm      SCHACHTER, S   OC       4.0
              & MW            10:00am-11:00am                   LTC119              1065       TTh           7:00pm- 9:00pm      SCHACHTER, S   OC       0.0
              & TTh           9:00am-11:00am                    HU202
                                                                                 ENSL 334/434                 INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION II
ENSL 322/422            HIGH-BEGINNING ENGLISH II                                A course at the low-intermediate or intermediate level for non-native
Prerequisites: ENSL 321/421                                                      speakers emphasizing listening, vocabulary and conversation in situ-
A continuation of ENSL 321/421, emphasizing grammar, listening,                  ational contexts. May be taken for a maximum of two units. C/NC
speaking, vocabulary, writing, and American culture. Normally offered               2004       W             5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART           MT2      2.0
in the evening and taken in lieu of the second half of ENSL 320/420.                                         (08/27-10/15)
C/NC                                                                              Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   1055       TTh             5:00pm- 7:00pm    SCHACHTER, S    OC        4.0     289 12th Street, Marina
   1060       TTh             5:00pm- 7:00pm    SCHACHTER, S    OC        0.0       2005       W             5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART           MT2      0.0
                                                                                                             (08/27-10/15)
ENSL 325/425            HIGH-BEGINNING READING,                                   Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                        VOCABULARY AND CONVERSATION                               289 12th Street, Marina.
A basic course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing reading, vo-
cabulary development, listening comprehension, and conversational                   2006       W             5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART           MT2      2.0
skills. May be taken two times for credit. C/NC                                                              (10/22-12/10)
   0386       MTWTh           11:00am-12:30pm   MAY, M          HU202     6.0     Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0398       MTWTh           11:00am-12:30pm   MAY, M          HU202     0.0     289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                    2007       W             5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART           MT2      0.0
                                                                                                             (10/22-12/10)
                                                                                  Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                                  289 12th Street, Marina.



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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  English As A Second Language                                                                                                  English As A Second Language
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units              Section Days             Time                      Instructor            Loc/Rm Units
ENSL 335/435             INTERMEDIATE READING, VOCABULARY                                        LEVEL 5
                         AND CONVERSATION
Advisories: ENSL 320/420 or ENSL 322/422.
                                                                                                 ENSL 110                ADVANCED COMPOSITION
An intermediate course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing inten-                            Prerequisites: ENSL 342; or ENSL 343 and 344; or qualifying assessment results
sive reading, vocabulary, speaking, and listening. Includes two hours                            Prerequisites or corequisites: ENSL 155 or qualifying assessment results
per week of computer-based assignments in the ESL Center. C/NC                                   Advanced course for the non-native speaker, preparing students for
   0390       MTWTh        11:00am-12:00pm          PARTCH, PENNY         BC207            4.5   ENGL 1A. Satisfies the Writing Proficiency Requirement for the Associ-
              & MW         12:00pm- 1:00pm                                LTC119                 ate degree. Enables students to master the basic principles of exposi-
   0402       MTWTh        11:00am-12:00pm          PARTCH, PENNY         BC207            0.0   tion and syntax; to write essays that are clearly focused and logically
                                                                                                 organized; to overcome resistance to writing; and to review sentence
              & MW         12:00pm- 1:00pm                                LTC119                 structure, grammar and punctuation. LG-C/NC
                                                                                                    0369        MW           11:00am- 1:00pm           JENKINS               HU203         4.5
LEVEL 4                                                                                                         & MW         1:00pm- 2:00pm                                  LTC119
                                                                                                    0370        TTh          8:00am-9:00am             MAY, M                LTC119        4.5
ENSL 342/442             INTENSIVE HIGH-INTERMEDIATE                                                            & TTh        9:00am- 11:00am                                 HU206
                         READING, WRITING AND GRAMMAR
Advisories: ENSL 330/430 or ENSL 332/432.
                                                                                                 ENSL 155                ADVANCED READING
A high-intermediate course for the non-native speaker, emphasiz-                                 Prerequisites: ENSL 342; or ENSL 343 and 344; or qualifying assessment results
ing both the strategies and techniques of academic reading, and the
                                                                                                 An advanced course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing vocabu-
organization and development of ideas of writing. Thoroughly reviews
                                                                                                 lary development, comprehension improvement, and reading strate-
English grammar and teaches students how to edit their own writing
                                                                                                 gies. Satisfies the Reading Proficiency Requirement for the Associate
for grammatical correctness. Includes two hours per week of comput-
                                                                                                 degree and prepares students to read at the college level. LG-C/NC
er-based assignments in the ESL Center. C/NC
                                                                                                    0371                     Wkly hrs by arr           ABEND                 ONLINE        3.0
   0391       MW           9:00am-11:00am           PARTCH, PENNY         BC207            7.5
                                                                                                 ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,
              & TTh        8:30am-10:00am                                                        August 25, 2008 2-3pm, LTC119. Students must have access to a
              & TTh        10:00am-11:00am                                LTC119                 computer and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s
   0403       MW           9:00am-11:00am           PARTCH, PENNY         BC207            0.0   website http://www.mpcfaculty.net/richard_abend for additional
              & TTh        8:30am-10:00am                                                        course information.
              & TTh        10:00am-11:00am                                LTC119                    1054        T            5:30pm- 8:30pm            BERTI, L              HU101         3.0
   0392       MTWTh        11:00am- 1:00pm          NELSON,J              HU201            7.5
              &M           1:00pm- 2:00pm                                 LTC119                 LEVEL 6
   0404       MTWTh        11:00am- 1:00pm          NELSON, J             HU201            0.0
              &M           1:00pm- 2:00pm                                 LTC119                 ENGL 1A            COMPOSITION AND ANALYTICAL READING
                                                                                                 Prerequisites: Qualifying reading and writing assessment results or satisfactory completion of
ENSL 343                 HIGH-INTERMEDIATE READING AND                                           ENGL 111 or ENSL 110
                         WRITING                                                                 Advisories: LIBR 50 (may be taken concurrently); ENGL 112.
Advisories: ENSL 330/430 or ENSL 332/432, or appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test         Analyze, discuss, and appreciate the ideas and literary craft in essays
High-intermediate course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing                                 and books by our best professional writers. Write essays that logically
both the strategies and techniques of academic reading, and the or-                              develop a thesis, are written in an engaging style, and are free from
ganization and development of ideas of writing. May be taken in lieu                             syntactical/mechanical errors. WRITING REQUIREMENT: Minimum of
of the reading and writing content of ENSL 342. C/NC                                             8,000 words. LG-C/NC
   2013       MW           5:30pm- 6:30pm           THIESS, M             LTC119           3.5   Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 2)(ENGL1A + ENGL1B = CAN ENGL SEQ
                                                                                                 A)
              & MW         6:30pm- 8:00pm                                 BH107
                                                                                                    0365        MW           1:00pm- 2:30pm            MAY, M                HU203         3.0
ENSL 345                 HIGH-INTERMEDIATE SPEAKING AND                                          Above section is of special interest to ESL students.
                         LISTENING                                                                  0366        TTh          9:30am- 11:00am           BUTCHER, M            BC107         3.0
Advisories: ENSL 330/430 or ENSL 332/432.                                                        Above section is of special interest to ESL students.
A high-intermediate course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing
pronunciation and intonation, preparation and presentation of short
oral compositions, listening and note taking. C/NC
   0393       TTh          1:30pm- 3:00pm           MOLLET, A             HU105            3.0
   2003       MW           5:00pm- 6:30pm           KERSNAR               BH107            3.0




46                                                                          Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                               Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                        MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  English As A Second Language Center                                                                                             Ethnic Studies
  Section Days       Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units         Section Days            Time                 Instructor   Loc/Rm Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND                                                         ENSL 305/405            COMPUTER LAB: READING/
                                                                                                    VOCABULARY
LANGUAGE CENTER                                                            Using computer software and print materials, student will work on
                                                                           reading skills and vocabulary development. Student will work by
    The ESL Center, located on the first floor of the Library              arrangement and at their own pace in the computer lab/ESL Center.
    and Technology Center, offers individualized computer-                 Students may enroll at any time during the semester. May be taken up
    based programs, ongoing help from native-speaking                      to three units per semester, for a total of nine units. C/NC
    tutors, and regular meetings with ESL faculty to assist                   0378                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.5
    non-native English-speaking students in WRITING,                       25.5 hours by arrangement.
    READING, SPELLING, VOCABULARY, GRAMMAR,                                   0379                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     1.0
    CONVERSATION, PRONUNCIATION, LISTENING,                                51 hours by arrangement.
    and TOEFL PREPARATION.                                                    0395                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.0
    Students may enroll anytime throughout the semester.                    ENSL 306/406            COMPUTER LAB: GRAMMAR AND
    Each one-half unit of credit in ENSL 300/305/306/307                                            WRITING
    requires 25.5 hours of work in the ESL Center. ENSL                    Using computer software and print materials, students will work on
    300 may be taken for up to three units this semester.                  improving their grammar and editing their writing. Students will
    ENSL 305/306/307 may be taken for up to one unit this                  work by arrangement and at their own pace in the computer lab/ESL
                                                                           Center. Students may enroll at any time during the semester. May be
    semester.                                                              taken up to three units per semester, for a total of nine units. C/NC
    Students who need ESL help with assignments from other                    1173                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.5
    classes are also welcome to come to the ESL Center.                    25.5 hours by arrangement.
                                                                              1174                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     1.0
         The ESL Center is open the following days and hours               51 hours by arrangement.
                     for the Fall 2008 semester                               1175                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.0
                    (August 25 - December 18):
               8am-4pm • Monday through Thursday                            ENSL 307/407            COMPUTER LAB: LISTENING AND
                         9am-2pm • Friday                                                           PRONUNCIATION
                                                                           A course of individualized study for the non-native speaker, using
         FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL (831)                            computer software and print materials, emphasizing listening and
                        646-4288.                                          pronunciation. Students will work by arrangement and at their own
                                                                           pace in the computer lab/ESL Center. Students may enroll at any time
                                                                           during the semester. May be taken up to three units per semester, for
ENSL 300/400           INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY IN ENGLISH                     a total of nine units. C/NC
A course for non-native speakers wishing to improve their English
skills in any area for college, career, or personal development through       1176                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.5
work done with an instructor and/or instructional assistants.              25.5 hours by arrangement.
Computer, CD, and DVD as well as audio resources are available.               1177                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     1.0
May be taken for a maximum of three units. C/NC                            51 hours by arrangement.
  0372               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     0.5       1178                    Wkly hrs by arr      MACBAIN      LTC119     0.0
25.5 hours by arrangement.
  0373               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     1.0
51 hours by arrangement.
                                                                           ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
  0374               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     1.5         See BIOLOGY (BIOL 31 and BIOL 32).
76.5 hours by arrangement.
  0375               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     2.0
102 hours by arrangement.                                                  ETHNIC STUDIES
  0376               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     2.5
127.5 hours by arrangement.                                                ETNC 5            AFRICAN-AMERICAN ARTS AND JAZZ
                                                                           Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
  0377               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     3.0
                                                                           Designed to make the student an articulate member of the African-
153 hours by arrangement.                                                  American aesthetics movement, interested in the ideas and art forms
  0394               Wkly hrs by arr     MACBAIN         LTC119     0.0    inherited from the African-American culture. LG-C/NC
                                                                           Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                              0405       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm      CABRERA, K   SS104      3.0




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Ethnic Studies                                                                                                                               Fashion
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ETNC 10           INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS IN AMERICAN                           FASHION
                  SOCIETY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
A study of intercultural relations in American society. Considers the           FASH 50            INTRODUCTION TO FASHION
origins and explanatory models of differential status, the sociological         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
profile of American ethnic groups, and the major issues of intercultural        A study of the creation, production, marketing and merchandising
and race relations. LG-C/NC                                                     of fashion. Includes business aspects and socioeconomic, political,
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              international and technological influences on fashion. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
   0406       MW           12:30pm- 2:00pm        CABRERA, K   SS104    3.0
   0407       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         CABRERA, K   SS104    3.0        0429       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        NELSON, M    FC106     3.0

ETNC 11           AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN AMERICAN                                 FASH 53            APPAREL ANALYSIS AND SELECTION
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                  HISTORY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                         Designed to assist students in developing expertise in personal cloth-
Introduction to the role of the African-American in the development             ing choices, relating personal appearance to nonverbal messages
of the United States. Emphasis on the African-American’s contribu-              perceived by the observer. Also lays a foundation of knowledge for
tion to life in the United States. Satisfies the CSU American History           students who plan to pursue a career in the fashion industry. Topics
and Institutions requirement. Also offered as History 11; credit may            include design elements and principles, apparel quality, selection and
be earned only once. LG-C/NC                                                    care, and influences on consumer apparel selection. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Transfer: CSU.
   0408       MW           11:00am-12:30pm        CABRERA, K   SS104    3.0        0430       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         MICHEL, L    FC106     3.0

ETNC 16           AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN AMERICAN                                 FASH 61            CLOTHING
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                  GOVERNMENT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 A study of clothing materials, construction, and design. Includes
Analysis of the relationship between African-Americans and the                  selection and use of sewing equipment and tools, fabrics and
American political system at the national, state, and local levels.             patterns, quality indicators, and cost effective clothing production
Emphasis on American politics and their impact on African-Americans             methods. LG-C/NC
as a racial and ethnic minority in the context of American political            Transfer: CSU.
democracy. Also offered as Political Science 16; credit may be earned              0431       T            1:00pm- 4:00pm         NELSON, M    FC106     3.0
only once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              FASH 71            FITTING AND PATTERN ALTERATION
   0409       MW           3:00pm- 4:30pm         STAFF        SS104    3.0     Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                Figure evaluation, body measurements, selecting patterns, methods
ETNC 18           LATINOS IN AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                                of pattern alteration. Construction of a personal sloper. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Transfer: CSU.
Analysis of the relationship between Latinos and the American politi-              0432       Th           1:00pm- 4:00pm         NELSON, M    FC106     1.0
cal system at the national, state, and local levels. Emphasis is placed on                                 (08/28-11/13)
the American political systems, its political institutions, the principles
and processes that give rise to them and their impact on Latinos as
                                                                                FASH 80            TEXTILE DESIGN
an ethnic minority in the context of American political democracy.              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Emphasis on the Mexican-American political experience. Also offered
                                                                                An overview of surface design and fabric-manipulated techniques to
as Political Science 18; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
                                                                                enhance textiles. Includes painting, printing, batiking, appliqueing,
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              tucking, quilting, smocking, stitching, and embellishments. LG-C/NC
   0410       TTh          12:30pm- 2:00pm        CABRERA, K   SS202    3.0     Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   0433       M            1:00pm- 5:00pm         MICHEL, L    FC106     3.0
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES
                                                                                 FASH 186             CAD FOR APPAREL LABORATORY
     See also courses listed under HUMAN SERVICES and                           Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
     NUTRITION in this schedule.                                                Supervised lab practice in using design software for apparel and soft
                                                                                goods. Students experience the development and creation of basic
                                                                                slopers, markers and styles through the use of computer-manipulated
FACS 56           LIFE MANAGEMENT                                               graphics. Previous computer experience helpful but not required.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Offered for only one unit per semester; may be taken for a maximum
Skills to effectively manage and balance personal, family and work              of four units. LG-C/NC
life including decision making, goal setting, conflict management,
                                                                                   0434       W            10:00am- 1:00pm        NELSON, M    GA103     1.0
resource management, techniques for improving self-understanding
and interpersonal relationships. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
   0452       MW           11:00am-12:30pm        GABLE, C     LS104    3.0


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                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Film/Cinema/Video                                                                                                           Fire Academy
  Section Days       Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days       Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units

FILM/CINEMA/VIDEO                                                           FACD 140         PREVENTION 2A: FIRE PROTECTION
                                                                                             SYSTEMS & BUILDING COMPONENTS
    See ART.                                                               Laws and regulations pertaining to fire protection and detection sys-
                                                                           tems; descriptions, installations, and problems relating to systems. Ap-
                                                                           plies to FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER II and is accredited by CFSTES. May
FIRE ACADEMY                                                               be taken three times for credit for ongoing training or updating. C/NC
                                                                              0414    MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm          GREENE           COLDR1     2.0
    To register for the following Fire Academy courses, please                        & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
    telephone (831) 646-4240.                                                         &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
                                                                                              (08/25-08/29)
FACD 132          COMMAND 2C: COMMAND OF HIGH-RISE                         To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.
                  EMERGENCIES
Commanding suppression forces in high-rise incidents. Pre-fire plan-        FACD 141         PREVENTION 2B: INTERPRETING UBC,
ning, building inventory, problem identification, ventilation, water,                        CCR-TITLE 19 AND 24
elevators, life safety. Applies to CHIEF OFFICER and is accredited by
                                                                           Extensive, in-depth information about the fire and life safety standards
CFSTES. May be taken three times for credit for ongoing training or
                                                                           of buildings as they relate to the UBC and Titles 19 and 24. Types of
updating. C/NC
                                                                           construction; occupancy classifications, egress, interior finishes. Ap-
  0411     DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm        GILLIS           COLDR1    2.0    plies to FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER II and is accredited to CFSTES. May
           & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                          be taken three times for credit for ongoing training or updating. C/NC
           &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                             0415    DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm         GREENE           COLDR1     2.0
                   (10/06-10/10)                                                      & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                     &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
                                                                                              (11/17-11/21)
FACD 135          MANAGEMENT 2A: ORGANIZATIONAL                            To register please phone (831) 646-4240. Above section off campus.
                  DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RELATIONS
Making the transition from supervisor to manager. Internal/external         FACD 143         PREVENTION 3A: HYDRAULIC SPRINKLER
influences, personality traits of firefighters, managing human relations                     CALCULATIONS
group dynamics and conflict resolution. Applies to CHIEF OFFICER and
                                                                           Explanation and analysis of the functions and capabilities of a hy-
is accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three times for credit for
                                                                           draulically calculated sprinkler system. Applies to FIRE PREVENTION
ongoing training or updating. C/NC
                                                                           OFFICER III and is accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three times for
  0412     DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm        ROTH             COLDR1    2.0    credit for ongoing training or updating. C/NC
           & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                             0416    DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm         ARAGHI           COLDR1     2.0
           &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                     & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
                   (09/15-09/19)                                                      &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
To register please call (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                              (12/08-12/12)
                                                                           To register please call (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.
FACD 139          MANAGEMENT 2E: MANAGEMENT
                  ISSUES AND CONCEPTS                                       FACD 145         INVESTIGATION 2A: CRIMINAL AND
Relationships with legislative bodies, organizational techniques, goal                       LEGAL PROCEDURES
setting, civilians in the fire services, development of department pro-
                                                                           Investigation, apprehension and conviction of arsonist. Legal prepara-
grams, fire employees contractual systems. Applies to CHIEF OFFICER
                                                                           tion required to develop criminal case. Interviewing, search and
and is accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three times for credit for
                                                                           seizure, search warrants, courtroom demeanor. Applies to FIRE
ongoing training or updating. C/NC
                                                                           INVESTIGATOR II and is accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three
  0413     DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm        HAAS, CHRIS      COLDR1    2.0    times for credit for ongoing training or updating. C/NC
           & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                             0417    MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm          BAKER, E         COLDR1     2.0
           &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                     & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
                   (10/13-10/17)                                                      &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
To register please call (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                              (10/27-10/31)
                                                                           To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.




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   Fire Academy                                                                                                                                                French
   Section Days             Time                      Instructor            Loc/Rm Units             Section Days        Time                Instructor        Loc/Rm Units
FACD 146                FIRE INSTRUCTOR 2A: TECHNIQUES OF                                          FIRE 110           FIRE COMMAND 1A: COMMAND
                        EVALUATION                                                                                    PRINCIPLES FOR COMPANY OFFICERS
Techniques of evaluation. Construction of tests, test planning, test                               Basic fire fighting tactics and strategy; emergency scene manage-
analysis, test security and evaluation of test results to determine                                ment; initial fireground resources; simulation scenarios designed for
student and instructor effectiveness. Applies to FIRE INSTRUCTOR II,                               first-in officer. Applies to FIRE OFFICER and is accredited by CFSTES.
and is accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three times for credit for                               LG-C/NC
ongoing training or updating. C/NC                                                                   0422     MTWTFS 8:00am- 5:00pm          GOODWIN           COLDR1     3.0
   0418        MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm                  BROWN                 COLDR1           2.0                     (10/20-10/25)
               & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                              To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.
               &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
                       (09/08-09/12)                                                               FIRE 113           FIRE PREVENTION 1A: FIRE INSPECTION
To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                                                     PRACTICES
                                                                                                   General fire inspection practices; responsibilities of fire prevention per-
FACD 147                FIRE INSTRUCTOR 2B: GROUP DYNAMICS                                         sonnel, flammable liquids and gases; properties of hazardous materials;
                        AND PROBLEM SOLVING                                                        labeling and placarding; fire extinguishers, fixed fire protection systems.
Designed to develop leadership skills. Group dynamics, problem solv-                               Applies to FIRE OFFICER and is accredited by CFSTES. LG-C/NC
ing techniques, and interpersonal relations are developed and utilized.                              0423     DAILY      8:00am- 5:00pm      GOODWIN           COLDR1     3.0
Conducting staff meetings, brainstorming sessions, formal confer-                                                        (08/18-08/22)
ences and public meetings. Applies to FIRE INSTRUCTOR II and is                                    To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.
accredited by CFSTES. May be taken three times for credit for ongoing
training or updating. C/NC
                                                                                                   FIRE 114           FIRE PREVENTION 1B: CODE
   0419        MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm                  HAAS, CHRIS           COLDR1           2.0                      ENFORCEMENT
               & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                              Fire and building codes, building construction, occupancy classifica-
               &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                              tions, exiting requirements, sprinkler and alarm systems. Applies to
                       (11/03-11/07)                                                               FIRE OFFICER and is accredited by CFSTES. LG-C/NC
To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                                    0424     DAILY      8:00am- 5:00pm      GOODWIN           COLDR1     3.0
                                                                                                                         (12/01-12/05)
FACD 155                EMT-1 INSTRUCTOR ORIENTATION                                               To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.
Familiarizes the student with information necessary to teach EMTI-FS
and provides the student with additional instruction in classroom                                  FIRE 115           FIRE INVESTIGATION 1A: FIRE ORIGIN
communication. May be repeated with documentation by                                                                  AND CAUSE DETERMINATION
department. C/NC                                                                                   Techniques required for incendiary, accidental, fatal, vehicle, wildland
   0420        DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm                 STAFF                 COLDR1           2.0   and juvenile fire investigation; report writing and evidence collection.
               & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                              Applies to FIRE OFFICER and is accredited by CFSTES. LG-C/NC
               &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                0425     MTWTFS 8:00am- 5:00pm          DIAS              COLDR1     3.0
                       (09/22-09/26)                                                                                 (09/29-10/04)
To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.                                  To register please phone (831)646-4240. Above section off campus.


FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY                                                                         FRENCH
                                                                                                       For World Language prerequisite challenge exam
FIRE 101                FIRE BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL                                                      information, please see page 107.
Characteristics and behavior of fire; fire hazard properties of ordinary
materials; extinguishing agents; fire suppression organization and
equipment. LG-C/NC                                                                                 FREN 1A       ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
   1066        T            6:00pm- 9:00pm            BROWN, D              BC101            3.0   Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading and writ-
                                                                                                   ing the French language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in
                                                                                                   the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC
FIRE 105                FIREFIGHTER I ACADEMY
Prerequisites: EMMS 170; Biddle, CPAT or JPAC physical agility test; physical examination          Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN FREN 2)(FREN1A + FREN1B = CAN FREN SEQ A)
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                      0426     MW         11:00am- 1:00pm     GONZALES, L       HU106      5.0
Designed to provide academic and manipulative skills required for                                  Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
certification as Firefighter I through the California State Fire Marshal’s                           1067     TTh        5:00pm- 7:00pm      GONZALES, L       HU106      5.0
Office. C/NC                                                                                       Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   0421                     Wkly hrs by arr           ROTH                  MFD             17.0
Please phone (831)646-4240 to register. Above section off campus.




50                                                                            Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                   Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                           MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   French                                                                                                                                  Gentrain
   Section Days              Time              Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time               Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
FREN 1B            ELEMENTARY FRENCH II                                        GENT 2/402              FOUNDATIONS OF THE CLASSICAL
Prerequisites: FREN 1A                                                                                 WORLD (1200-500 B.C.)
A continuation of FREN 1A. LG-C/NC                                            Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN FREN 4)(FREN1A + FREN1B = CAN FREN SEQ A)             Minoan, Mycenaean, and Hebrew civilizations. Agamemnon, Helen
                                                                              and the Trojan war, and Homer: the Heroic Age. The heroes of the
   0546        TTh           12:30pm- 2:30pm   GONZALES, L   HU106    5.0     Old Testament. Greek art and Greek and Hebrew history, religion,
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                   literature, and world views. Not open to students with credit in GENT
                                                                              20. LG-C/NC
FREN 2A            INTERMEDIATE FRENCH                                        Transfer: CSU; UC.
Prerequisites: FREN 1B
Review and completion of all basic grammatical structures with oral              0468        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0
and written exercises. Conversational practice with everyday vocabu-                                                          LOGAN/JANICK
lary. Readings related to French culture. LG-C/NC                                                          (09/09-09/18)
Transfer: CSU; UC. (FREN2A + FREN2B = CAN FREN SEQ B)(CAN FREN 8)                0478        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0
   1068        MW            5:00pm- 7:00pm    GONZALES, L   HU106    5.0                                                     LOGAN/JANICK
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                                                (09/09-09/18)

                                                                               GENT 3/403              THE GOLDEN AGE OF GREECE (500-300
GARDENING                                                                                              B.C.)
                                                                              Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
      See ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE.
                                                                              One of the most amazing periods in Western history: the Persian Wars,
                                                                              Plato and Aristotle, the Parthenon and Greek sculpture, Aeschylus,
                                                                              Sophocles, and Euripides; and as the context for all of this, the world’s
GENEALOGY                                                                     first experiments in democracy. Not open to students with credit in
                                                                              GENT 20. LG-C/NC
      See LIBRARY SERVICES.
                                                                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                 0469        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0
GENTRAIN                                                                                                                      LOGAN/JANICK
                                                                                                           (09/23-10/02)
      Gentrain is a series of courses, each of two weeks                         0479        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0
      duration, which examines Western civilization and                                                                       LOGAN/JANICK
      culture as manifested in the disciplines of history,                                                 (09/23-10/02)
      literature, philosophy, and art. Students may enter at
      any two-week segment.                                                    GENT 4/404              THE RISE AND FALL OF ROME (300
                                                                                                       B.C.-400 A.D.)
GENT 1/401               PREHISTORY AND EARLIEST                              Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                         CIVILIZATIONS (TO 1200 B.C.)                         The great civilization of law, engineering, warfare, and political admin-
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                           istration. Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Caesar Augustus, Virgil,
Human origins: where, when, and how. Cave paintings and prehistoric           Roman architecture, and the Stoics and Epicureans. Ends with a look
world views. The agricultural and urban revolutions, and two of the           at the rise of Christianity. Not open to students with credit in GENT 20.
planet’s first great cultures: Sumeria and Egypt. LG-C/NC                     LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0467        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm    HAFFA/PROVOST LF103    1.0        0470        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0
                                               LOGAN/JANICK                                                                   LOGAN/JANICK
                             (08/26-09/04)                                                                 (10/07-10/16)
   0477        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm    HAFFA/PROVOST LF103    0.0        0480        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm     HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0
                                               LOGAN/JANICK                                                                   LOGAN/JANICK
                             (08/26-09/04)                                                                 (10/07-10/16)




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   Gentrain                                                                                                                                   Geology
   Section Days              Time             Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                 Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
GENT 5/405               THE MEDIEVAL WORLD: PART I                           GENT 21                 MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE EUROPE
                         (400-1100)                                                                   (400-1520)
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                          Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
The collapse of the Roman world in the West, which continues in the          A study of the history, philosophy, literature, and art of Europe from
East in the Byzantine Empire. The emergence of Christian Church as           the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 to the eve of the Protes-
the cement holding the new culture together, and its gradual tam-            tant Reformation in 1520. Includes consideration of the Byzantine and
ing of the Germanic tribes who were to inherit Europe. Not open to           Islamic Empires. Not open to students with credit in GENT 5, 6, or 7.
students with credit in GENT 21. LG-C/NC                                     LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0471        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0       0475        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm       HAFFA/PROVOST LF103      3.0
                                              LOGAN/JANICK                                                                     LOGAN/JANICK
                             (11/04-11/13)                                                                (11/04-12/11)
   0481        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0
                                              LOGAN/JANICK                   GEOLOGY
                             (11/04-11/13)
                                                                             GEOL 2              INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY
GENT 6/406               THE MEDIEVAL WORLD: PART II                         Corequisites: GEOL 2L
                         (1100-1350)                                         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                          An introduction to geology including stream valleys, volcanoes,
Europe’s “first Renaissance”: Christian art and cathedrals, music,           folded mountains, glaciers, faults, rocks, minerals, fossils, map reading,
literature, and philosophy. The age of Thomas Aquinas, the Crusades,         earthquakes, landslides, weathering, erosion, groundwater, and plate
courtly love, and Dante. Also the age of economic recovery and the           tectonics. LG-C/NC
growth of towns and universities, prosperity, and population explo-
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC. (GEOL2 + GEOL2L = CAN GEOL 2)
sion. Not open to students with credit in GENT 21. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              0427        TTh           11:00am-12:30pm      TURRINISMITH   PS106     3.0
                                                                             Must be enrolled in GEOL 2L (section 0428) for required laboratory.
   0472        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0
                                                                                1069        Th            5:30pm- 8:30pm       KUVAKAS        MT1       3.0
                                              LOGAN/JANICK
                             (11/18-11/25)                                    Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                              289 12th Street, Marina. Must also be enrolled in GEOL 2L
   0482        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0     (section 1070)for required laboratory.
                                              LOGAN/JANICK
                             (11/18-11/25)                                   GEOL 2L             INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY LAB
                                                                             Corequisites: GEOL 2
GENT 7/407               THE EARLY RENAISSANCE (1350-1520)                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                          Fundamental laboratory studies and examination of the topics
The rediscovery of Greece, Rome, and human dignity. Florence, the            introduced in GEOL 2. Local field trips required. LG-C/NC
Medici, the growth of cities and trade. New art, music, philosophy, and      Transfer: CSU; UC. (GEOL2 + GEOL2L = CAN GEOL 2)
literature and, in addition, the discovery of the New World. Not open
                                                                                0428        TTh           12:30pm- 1:30pm      TURRINISMITH   PS106     1.0
to students with credit in GENT 21. LG-C/NC
                                                                             Must be enrolled in GEOL 2 (section 0427). Above section has two
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           day-long field trips, Saturdays, 10/25 and 11/22. Specific information
   0473        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     1.0    listed in class syllabus.
                                              LOGAN/JANICK                      1070        Th            8:30pm- 9:30pm       KUVAKAS        MT1       1.0
                             (12/02-12/11)                                    Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0483        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     0.0     289 12th St., Marina. Must also be enrolled in GEOL 2 lecture
                                              LOGAN/JANICK                    (section 1069). Above section has four day-long field trips,
                             (12/02-12/11)                                    Saturday, 10/25 and 11/22, and two others to be announced.

GENT 20            THE CLASSICAL WORLD (1200 B.C.-400 A.D.)
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Traces the rise and fall of the Greco-Roman world from the fall of My-
cenae in about 1200 B.C. to the fall of the Western Roman Empire in
476 A.D. Includes consideration of history, art, philosophy, and litera-
ture. Not open to students with credit in Gentrain 2, 3, or 4. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0474        TTh           8:30am-12:30pm   HAFFA/PROVOST LF103     3.0
                                              LOGAN/JANICK
                             (09/09-10/16)




52                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                     Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   German                                                                                                                                             History
   Section Days              Time                 Instructor      Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor       Loc/Rm Units

GERMAN                                                                              HLTH 205              CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION
                                                                                                          FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
      For World Language prerequisite challenge exam                               Basic life support for health care providers. One- and two-rescuer CPR
      information, please see page 107.                                            on adult, child, infant, airway obstruction, and Automated External
                                                                                   Defibrillation (AED) techniques. Use of resuscitation masks with
                                                                                   one-way valves. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
GERM 1A ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading and writ-                 1074       Sat          8:30am- 5:00pm         SMITH, C/STAFF   MT1       0.5
ing the German language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in                                           (10/18-10/18)
the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC                   Registration Requirement: Students must purchase textbook from
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN GERM 2)(GERM1A + GERM1B = CAN GERM SEQ A)                   MPC Bookstore and read before class begins. Registration deadline
   1071        MW            7:00pm- 9:00pm       DAFFNER         HU202    5.0      is 2pm Friday, October 17. There is NO late or in-class registration.
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                         Students receive American Heart Association Certification. For
                                                                                    further information, or to “check with instructor”, leave a message
                                                                                    at (831)646-4125. Please note course is held at the MPC Education
GERM 1B ELEMENTARY GERMAN II                                                        Center at Marina, 289 12th Street, Marina.
Prerequisites: GERM 1A
A continuation of GERM 1A. LG-C/NC                                                    1075       Sat          8:30am- 5:00pm         SMITH, C/STAFF   MT1       0.5
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN GERM 4)(GERM1A + GERM1B = CAN GERM SEQ A)                                             (10/11-10/11)
   2008        MW            5:00pm- 7:00pm       DAFFNER         HU202    5.0      Registration Requirement: Students must purchase textbook from
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                         MPC Bookstore and read before class begins. Registration deadline
                                                                                    is 2pm, Friday, October 10. There is NO late or in-class registration.
                                                                                    Students receive American Heart Association Certification. For
GRAPHIC ARTS                                                                        further information, or to “check with instructor”, leave a message at
                                                                                    (831)646-4125. Please note course is held at MPC Education Center at
      See ART.                                                                      Marina, 289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                      1076       Sat          8:30am- 5:00pm         SMITH, C         MT1       0.5
                                                                                                              (11/15-11/15)
HEALTH                                                                              Registration Requirement: Students must purchase textbook from
                                                                                    MPC Bookstore and read before class begins. Registration deadline
HLTH 4             HEALTHY LIVING                                                   is 2pm, Friday, November 14. There is NO late or in-class registra-
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                 tion. Students receive American Heart Association Certification. For
Significant aspects of personal and community health and principles                 further information, or to “check with instructor”, leave a message at
of healthful living. Body functions with respect to anatomy, physiol-               (831)646-4125. Please note course is held at MPC Education Center at
ogy, nutrition, exercise, weight control, stress management, alcohol,               Marina, 289 12th Street, Marina.
narcotics and diseases. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0436        TTh           2:00pm- 4:00pm       SHIRLEY, K      MT1      3.0
                                                                                   HISTORY
                             (09/23-12/16)
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                       HIST 4              HISTORY OF WESTERN EUROPE I
                                                                                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                   The study of the growth of European civilization from the earliest
   1073        MW            5:00pm- 6:30pm       SCHARFFENBER    LS102    3.0     times to the development of strong national states at the time of
                                                                                   Louis XIV. LG-C/NC
HLTH 7             WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES                                           Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN HIST 2)(HIST4 + HIST5 = CAN HIST SEQ A)
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Specific women’s health concerns, including reproductive health,                      0439       MW           1:00pm- 2:30pm         LOGAN            SS102     3.0
birth control and birthing, female anatomy and physiology, preventive
medicine, and making alternative medicine choices. Also offered as                 HIST 11             AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN AMERICAN
Women’s Studies 7; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC                                             HISTORY
                                                                                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   An introduction to the role of the African-American in the develop-
   0437        TTh           9:30am-11:00am       FAIL/ERICKSON   LS102    3.0     ment of the United States. Emphasis on the African-American’s contri-
                                                                                   bution to life in the United States. Satisfies the CSU American History
                                                                                   and Institutions requirement. Also offered as Ethnic Studies 11; credit
                                                                                   may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
                                                                                   Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                      0440       MW           11:00am-12:30pm        CABRERA, K       SS104     3.0




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  History                                                                                                                                      Hospitality
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor      Loc/Rm Units
HIST 12          WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY                                 HIST 18           HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Covers Native American, African-American, Asian-American, Latina,               A study of the political, social and economic factors influencing U.S.
European-American and immigrant women heroines and “ordinary”                   development from 1877 to the present. Satisfies the CSU American
women who have shaped U.S. history and culture. Satisfies the CSU               History requirement. LG-C/NC
American History requirement. Also offered as Women’s Studies 12;               Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN HIST 10)(HIST17 + HIST18 = CAN HIST SEQ B)
credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
                                                                                   0448       TTh          8:00am- 9:30am         KEZIRIAN        MT1        3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0441       TTh          2:30pm- 4:00pm         STAFF        SS201    3.0     289 12th Street, Marina.
   0442                    Wkly hrs by arr        MAWHIRTER    ONLINE   3.0        0449       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        KEZIRIAN        SS102      3.0
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August                      0450       Th           1:00pm- 3:00pm         ARELLANO        SS104      3.0
25, 5:30-6:30pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Internet.       The above section BEGINS ONE WEEK LATE ON 9/04 and meets
Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the          THURSDAYS ONLY. This is a PARTIAL ONLINE COURSE (“Hybrid”).
Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check         MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETINGS: TH 9/04 and TH 9/11. There-
the instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sarah_Mawhirter           after the class meets every Thursday except for the following dates:
   0443       TTh          12:30pm- 2:00pm        MAWHIRTER    SS201    3.0     (8/28), 10/09, 11/20 and 11/27 (school holiday). Students taking this
                                                                                class must have access to their own computer and be familiar with
HIST 15          HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA                                          using the internet. Students should obtain their required texts prior
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 to the first class meeting. Students are also urged to attend the MPC
Examination of California as a microcosm of the problems of the 20th            Library’s “hands-on help sessions” for getting started with this and
century through study of physical, ethnic, cultural, social, political and      other online classes (see Library’s announcements). For additional
economic forces that have influenced California’s development from              information, e-mail aarellano@mpc.edu or check the instructor’s web
the American Indian period to the present. LG-C/NC                              page at www.mpc.edu/facultystaff/AnitaArellano
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0444       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        KEZIRIAN     SS102    3.0     HIST 47           HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN
                                                                                                  AND NEAR EAST
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
HIST 17          HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 The rise, development, and growth of civilization in the ancient
                                                                                Mediterranean world with focus on major kingdoms, cultures, and
Ethnic, physical, political, economic, social and cultural influences on
                                                                                institutions through the study of history, literature, archaeology, art,
development of the United States from colonial times to the Recon-
                                                                                and religion of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and Byzantium.
struction Era. Emphasis on legacies derived from this earlier period of
                                                                                Provides background to HIST 48. LG-C/NC
U.S. history. Satisfies the CSU American History requirement. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN HIST 8)(HIST17 + HIST18 = CAN HIST SEQ B)
                                                                                   0451       MWF          12:00pm- 1:00pm        LOGAN           SS102      3.0
   0445       MWF          9:00am-10:00am         LOGAN        SS102    3.0
   0446       MWF          10:00am-11:00am        LOGAN        SS102    3.0
   0447       TTh          1:00pm- 2:30pm         KEZIRIAN     SS102    3.0     HOSPITALITY
   1078       W            5:30pm- 8:30pm         KEZIRIAN     SS102    3.0
                                                                                     See also courses listed under NUTRITION AND FOOD
                                                                                     in this schedule.

                                                                                HOSP 51           INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY
                                                                                                  INDUSTRY
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                A survey of the hospitality industry including lodging, resorts, food
                                                                                and beverage service, management, travel and tourism. Career
                                                                                opportunities and industry trends are reviewed. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   0533       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         LEE, PAUL       LS104      3.0

                                                                                HOSP 52           GUEST SERVICES MANAGEMENT
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                Covers all aspects of front office management. Areas of emphasis in-
                                                                                clude an overview of the hotel industry as well as guest expectations,
                                                                                reservations, front office management, check-in and check-out, and
                                                                                guest accounting. Site visits to hotel properties included. Individual-
                                                                                ized computer lab hours by arrangement in the CAD Lab. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   1082       M            5:30pm- 8:30pm         AMMAR, M        FC104      3.0
                                                                                Plus eight hours per semester by arrangement in the CAD Lab (DR103).



54                                                              Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                     Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Hospitality                                                                                                                                  Hospitality
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor      Loc/Rm Units
HOSP 56            INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY SALES                            HOSP 72            CULINARY ARTS BASICS
                   AND MARKETING                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Food preparation techniques and equipment, food processing
Aspects of basic marketing including sales, advertising, promotion,             methods, knife skills, holding and storage of food, cooking methods,
public relations, research and planning focused on creating and                 standardized recipes and recipe conversions. Lab included. LG-C/NC
maintaining satisfied customers for hospitality and tourism businesses.         Transfer: CSU.
LG-C/NC
                                                                                   0535       T            1:00pm- 5:00pm         LEE, PAUL       FC104      0.5
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                                           (08/26-09/16)
   1083       Th           5:30pm- 8:30pm         BORGIA       FC106    1.5
                           (08/28-10/16)                                        HOSP 73            STOCKS, SOUPS, SAUCES
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
HOSP 63            HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION                                      Use of seasonings, thickening agents, categories of soups, preparation
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 of classical sauces, and emulsions. Lab included. LG-C/NC
Potential and current hospitality supervisors will learn and understand         Transfer: CSU.
basic principles of management and apply them while managing the
                                                                                   0536       T            1:00pm- 5:00pm         LEE, PAUL       FC104      0.5
resources of a lodging or food service operation. Effective communi-
cation, supervisory responsibilities including evaluating and coaching,                                    (10/21-11/11)
managing productivity and controlling labor costs, managing conflict
and change, and problem solving are topics that will be included.               HOSP 74            VEGETABLES, RICE, PASTA
LG-C/NC                                                                         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  Vegetable characteristics and cooking methods, including rice and
                                                                                pasta variations, flavor, color and texture retention. Lab included.
   1084       W            5:30pm- 8:30pm         LEE, PAUL    FC104    1.5     LG-C/NC
                           (08/27-10/15)                                        Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   0537       T            1:00pm- 5:00pm         LEE, PAUL       FC104      0.5
HOSP 65            LEGAL ISSUES IN HOSPITALITY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                            (09/23-10/14)
A brief introduction to hospitality law governing the legal rights of
owners/operators and their responsibilities to consumers of their               HOSP 75            FISH, POULTRY, MEAT
products and services. Preventing legal problems and ensuring that              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
the workplace is in compliance with laws and regulations will be                Selection, handling, preparation and safety of fish, shellfish, poultry,
covered. LG-C/NC                                                                beef, veal, lamb and pork. Lab included. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  Transfer: CSU.
   1085       W            5:30pm- 8:30pm         LEE, PAUL    FC104    0.5        0538       T            1:00pm- 5:00pm         LEE, PAUL       FC104      0.5
                           (10/22-11/05)                                                                   (11/18-12/09)

HOSP 66            PRACTICES IN HOSPITALITY                                     HOSP 77            BAKESHOP: YEASTED AND NON-YEASTED
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                    BREADS
Provides an opportunity for students to participate in job shadowing            Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
and to develop a portfolio of their work in the hospitality curriculum          Introduction to baking processes and ingredients, batters and doughs,
and field. Discusses how to prepare for a job and the professional              yeast breads and rolls. Lab included. LG-C/NC
requirements for success in a hospitality career. Job site visits required.     Transfer: CSU.
LG-C/NC                                                                            1087       Th           9:00am- 1:00pm         ADAM, A         FC104      0.5
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                             (10/02-10/23)
   0534       F            9:00am-10:00am         NELSON, M    LS104    1.0
                                                                                HOSP 78            BAKESHOP: BASIC BAKING TECHNIQUES
HOSP 67            ACCOUNTING FOR HOSPITALITY MANAGERS                          Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Study of baking processes, mixing methods, and function of ingre-
Prepares the hospitality supervisor to manage his/her department                dients needed to produce a variety of specialty cakes, cookies, and
budget, read and interpret revenue and income statements, and                   pastries. Lab included. LG-C/NC
relate employee productivity to the bottom line. LG-C/NC                        Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                     0539       TTh          9:30am-11:30am         ADAM, A         FC104      0.5
   1086       W            5:30pm- 8:30pm         LEE, PAUL    FC104    1.0                                (09/02-09/25)
                           (11/12-12/10)
Plus one hour per semester by arrangement.




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Hospitality                                                                                                                                Humanities
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time              Instructor      Loc/Rm Units
HOSP 81               BAKESHOP: PIES AND TARTS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 HUMANITIES
Learning of baking processes and ingredients used to produce profes-                   See also courses listed under GENTRAIN.
sional pastry shop-quality pies and tarts. Discussion, demonstration
and practice of dessert presentation skills. Some prior basic baking
experience recommended. LG-C/NC                                                  HUMA 1             INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                 A multidisciplinary introduction to the purpose and subject matter
   0540       TTh          9:30am-11:30am         ADAM, A       FC104    0.5     of Women’s Studies. Perspectives on many social issues affecting
                           (10/28-11/20)                                         women. Also offered as Women’s Studies 1; credit may be earned
                                                                                 only once. LG-C/NC
HOSP 89               COOKING FOR A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                     0461        TTh           9:30am-11:00am    COSTELLO        SS202     3.0
Offers nutrition information for planning and consuming a diet for
living well and healthfully. Students prepare fresh local seasonal foods
                                                                                 HUMA 4             IMAGES OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS
and complete a personal diet analysis and weight management plan.                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
LG-C/NC
                                                                                 Examines women in the visual arts, emphasizing American culture
Transfer: CSU.                                                                   over the past four hundred years. Students study the visual arts made
   0541       Th           1:00pm- 5:15pm         LANGLAND, S   FC104    0.5     by women and what their relationship to society was when they
                           (08/28-09/18)                                         made it. Also offered as Art 4 and Women’s Studies 4; credit may be
                                                                                 earned only once. LG-C/NC
HOSP 180              FOOD SAFETY CERTIFICATION                                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
Prepares students for the Food Safety Certification exam. Addresses                 0462        MW            2:00pm- 3:30pm    ELIZABETH       SS201     3.0
food safety practices, prevention of foodborne illness, personal hy-                1079        M             5:30pm- 8:30pm    ELIZABETH       SS201     3.0
giene guidelines and the HACCP system. Effective Jan. 1, 2000, food fa-
cilities handling or serving unpackaged foods must have an employee              HUMA 10 EXPLORATION OF VALUES IN LIVING
on staff who has a food safety certificate. Exam is available as part of         Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
the course. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC                  Explores the humanities as a guide to living. Examines diverse
   1088       T            5:30pm- 9:30pm         LANGLAND, S   FC104    0.5      attitudes toward art, science and technology, philosophy, religion,
                           (10/21-10/28)                                         mythology, and ethics. Emphasizes self-knowledge, critical thinking,
Certification coursebook “Serving Safe Food” needs to be purchased               and responsible value choices. LG-C/NC
and read prior to class.                                                         Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                    0463        MWF           8:00am- 9:00am    RAMSDEN-SCOTT BH107       3.0
                                                                                    0464        MWF           9:00am-10:00am    RAMSDEN-SCOTT BH107       3.0
HUMAN SERVICES                                                                      0465        TTh           1:00pm- 2:30pm    FITZPATRICK   BH107       3.0
HUMS 50               INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES                             HUMA 30 HUMANITIES IN THE MELTING POT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
A general overview of the field of Human Services including origins,             Examines underlying philosophies and world views of American
techniques and methods of helping individuals and groups in need;                Indians, European Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans as
laws, and codes of ethics. Career options with opportunity for the               expressed in literature, fine arts, music, dance, drama, architecture, on
student to explore his/her own needs, interests and capabilities in              three major Humanities themes: Freedom, Love, Nature. LG-C/NC
relation to job expectations are emphasized. LG-C/NC                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                    0466        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm   RAMSDEN-SCOTT BH107       3.0
   1077       M            5:30pm- 8:30pm         GABLE, C      FC106    3.0

HUMS 60               PRACTICES IN HUMAN SERVICES
Prerequisites: HUMS 50
Corequisites: COOP 91.39
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Provides advanced study and opportunity to share concerns regard-
ing experience in public and private agencies offering human services.
Apply concepts, values and skills acquired in other core courses to the
process of helping others. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
   0438       F            9:00am-10:00am         NELSON, M     LS104    1.0




56                                                               Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                  Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Interdisciplinary Studies                                                                                                                    Japanese
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES                                                       INTD 56            SURVEY OF FURNITURE AND DESIGN
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                A survey of historical furniture beginning with Egypt and ending at
INDS 440 INTRODUCTION TO THE MONTEREY STATE                                     20th century. Includes art, architecture, textiles, motifs, and decorative
         HISTORICAL PARK                                                        arts relating to each period studied. LG-C/NC
Designed to train docents at Monterey State Historic Parks. Topics will         Transfer: CSU.
provide an overview of the early history of Monterey, through several
historic periods dating from 4000 to 5000 years of Native American                 0457        MW          9:00am-10:30am         STAFF         FC106     3.0
history, through the beginnings of the California Gold Rush. Students
will learn to conduct interpretive tours of the parks. NC                       INTD 59            INTRODUCTION TO KITCHEN AND BATH
   0459                    Wkly hrs by arr        O’NEIL, J    STNCTR   0.0                        DESIGN
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Docent Training for Central Coast Lighthouse Keepers.                           Analysis and application of the design process to kitchens and bath-
   0460                    Wkly hrs by arr        PEREZ, L     STNCTR   0.0     rooms. An overview of space planning, selection and specification
Docent Training for Old Monterey Preservation Society. Information              of materials, finishes and specialized equipment. Creation of design
and registration at Old Monterey Preservation Society, 525 Polk St.,            solutions unique to changing family patterns and barrier-free needs of
Monterey.                                                                       individuals. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
INTERIOR DESIGN                                                                    0458        TTh         11:00am-12:30pm        STAFF         LS102     3.0

     See also courses listed under DRAFTING in this
     schedule.
                                                                                ITALIAN
                                                                                      For World Language prerequisite challenge exam
INTD 50A INTERIOR DESIGN I                                                            information, please see page 107.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
An introduction to the elements and principles of design, the interior          ITAL 1A            ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I
design profession, and the interior design problem-solving process.
                                                                                Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and
Students will work with floor plans, color and design principles,
                                                                                writing the Italian language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in
furniture and fixture selection and arrangement. LG-C/NC
                                                                                the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ITAL 2)
   0453       MW           11:00am-12:30pm        STAFF        FC106    3.0
                                                                                   0484        MW          1:00pm- 3:00pm         MICHAEL       HU201     5.0
                                                                                Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
INTD 50B INTERIOR DESIGN II
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                    1080        TTh         6:00pm- 8:00pm         BUDRIS, M     HU201     5.0
Includes development of three projects, incorporating team partici-             Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
pation, universal design, drafting and specification of materials and
components. LG-C/NC                                                             ITAL 1B            ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  Prerequisites: ITAL 1A
                                                                                A continuation of ITAL 1A. LG-C/NC
   0454       Th           1:00pm- 4:00pm         STAFF        LS102    3.0
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
INTD 51            HUMAN ENVIRONMENTS                                              1180        MW          3:00pm- 5:00pm         MICHAEL       HU201     5.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 Plus two hours by arrangement in the Language Lab.
Covers construction, housing styles, kitchen, bathroom and storage
planning, energy conservation, landscaping, codes, universal design,
and insulation. LG-C/NC                                                         JAPANESE
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                      For World Language prerequisite challenge exam
   0455       T            1:00pm- 4:00pm         STAFF        LS102    3.0           information, please see page 107.
INTD 52            FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 JPNS 1A            ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I
Explores residential, commercial and institutional lighting systems             Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and writ-
including concepts of psychology, perception, color, lamps, luminaires          ing the Japanese language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in
and design. Emphasizes new technologies and energy conservation.                the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC
LG-C/NC                                                                         Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                     1181        TTh         4:00pm- 6:00pm         STAFF         HU201     5.0
   0456       W            4:00pm- 7:00pm         STAFF        FC106    2.0     Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                           (08/27-11/12)                                           1081        MW          6:30pm- 8:30pm         KAYAWAKI      HU101     5.0
                                                                                Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.




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  Japanese
  Internet                                                                                                                  Learning Skills
   Section Days            Time              Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days       Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units
JPNS 1B           ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II                                     LNSK 329         MODIFIED COMPUTER PROJECTS
Prerequisites: JPNS 1A                                                      Provides opportunity for students to use their computer knowledge
A continuation of JPNS 1A. LG-C/NC                                          in completing approved projects independently under supervision of
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                          the instructor. Students should complete LNSK 320 prior to enrolling.
   0485       MW           4:00pm- 6:00pm    KAYAWAKI      HU101    5.0     May be taken three times for credit. After that, may be repeated based
                                                                            on measurable progress as documented in the student’s Education
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
                                                                            Plan. C/NC
                                                                               0604               Wkly hrs by arr     COPELAND, A      AD102      1.0
INTERNET                                                                    Three hours per week by arrangement. Contact instructor for class
                                                                            hours at 646-4070.
     See LIBRARY SERVICES.
                                                                             LNSK 330         LEARNING SKILLS ASSESSMENT
                                                                            Intensive learning skills assessment for students with potential learn-
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING                                                    ing disabilities. Assessment of specific academic and learning style,
PROGRAM                                                                     achievement, cognitive ability, and the development of an Education
                                                                            Plan, outlining learning objectives. C/NC
     Please contact South Bay Regional Public Safety Training                  0605               Wkly hrs by arr     ROZMAN           OFFICE     1.0
     Consortium at 408-270-6458 for Law Enforcement                                                                   ZEITLIN, M
     Training courses.                                                                                                KLINE
                                                                            Contact Supportive Services at (831) 646-4070 to arrange first meeting.
LETP 232.6               ADVANCED PEACE OFFICER TRAINING:
                         INTERNAL AFFAIRS - PORAC                            LNSK 331B        READING STRATEGIES LAB
Designed for peace officer association members, internal affairs            Intensive strategies lab for students with disabilities who require
investigators and internal affairs managers. Designed to provide an         specialized assistance in order to pursue regular courses. Focus on
overview of the role that internal affairs plays in law enforcement with    development of a process-based approach to reading skills with a
emphasis on legal issues, case law, rights and responsibilities, Peace      computer emphasis. Designed for students enrolled in LNSK 332 and
Officer Bill of Rights, critical incidents and conduct unbecoming an        to support students in any class requiring reading assignments. May
officer. May be repeated indefinitely. May be repeated periodically for     be taken four times for credit. After that, may be repeated based on
new content, ongoing training or updating C/NC                              provisions of Title 5, Section 56029. C/NC
   0864                    Wkly hrs by arr   ALBER         PORAC    1.0        0606    MW         11:00am-12:30pm     ROZMAN           AD103      1.0
                           (10/01-10/02)                                    Must also be enrolled in LNSK 332, section 0614.
   0865                    Wkly hrs by arr   ALBER         PORAC    1.0        0607    TTh        1:00pm- 2:30pm      ROZMAN           AD103      1.0
                           (12/04-12/05)
                                                                             LNSK 331C        WRITING STRATEGIES LAB
                                                                            Intensive writing lab for students with disabilities who require special-
LEARNING SKILLS                                                             ized assistance in order to pursue regular courses. Development
                                                                            of a process-based approach to writing with computer emphasis.
LNSK 320                 MODIFIED WORD PROCESSING I                         Designed for students enrolled in LNSK 333 and to support students
                                                                            enrolled in any class requiring written assignments. May be taken four
Designed for anyone with physical, communicative, and/or learning
                                                                            times for credit. After that, may be repeated based on provisions of
disabilities. Introduces students to word processing using adapted
                                                                            Title 5, Section 56029. C/NC
computer technology for learning word processing terminology.
Students should complete LNSK 309 prior to enrolling. May be taken             0608    TTh        9:00am-10:30am      ODOM-WOLFER      AD103      1.0
three times for credit. After that, may be repeated based on measur-           0609    TTh        11:00am-12:30pm     ODOM-WOLFER      AD103      1.0
able progress as documented in the student’s Education Plan. C/NC           Must also be enrolled in LNSK 333, section 0615.
   0601       MW           10:00am-11:00am   COPELAND, A   AD102    2.0
Plus one hour per week by arrangement.                                       LNSK 331D        MATH STRATEGIES LAB
                                                                            Intensive math skills lab for students with disabilities who require
LNSK 325                 MODIFIED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                     specialized assistance in order to pursue regular courses. Designed to
Instruction in one or more of the following using adapted computer          support students enrolled in any math class. May be taken four times
technology: word processing, database management, spreadsheet,              for credit. After that, may be repeated based on provisions of Title 5,
operating systems, Windows and other microcomputer applica-                 Section 56029. C/NC
tions. Students should complete LNSK 320 prior to enrolling. May be            0610    MW         9:00am-10:00am      COPELAND, A      AD102      1.0
repeated based on documented educational plan. C/NC                         Plus one hour per week by arrangement. Designed for students to
   0602       MW           1:00pm- 2:30pm    COPELAND, A   AD102    2.0     prepare for MATH 360.
   0603       TTh          1:00pm- 2:30pm    COPELAND, A   AD102    2.0        0611    TTh        10:00am-11:00am     COPELAND, A      AD102      1.0
Understanding Windows, e-mail, Internet search techniques, practi-          Plus one hour per week by arrangement. Designed for students in
cal study tools using the computer, and special projects with adaptive      MATH 360 or higher.
technology. Plus one hour per week by arrangement.



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                                                                                                                           MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Learning Skills                                                                                                                  Library Services
  Section Days        Time                 Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
LNSK 331E          THINKING AND REASONING STRATEGIES                          LNSK 352             THINKING AND REASONING SKILLS:
                   LAB                                                                             ACQUIRED BRAIN-INJURED
Intensive individualized thinking and reasoning skills lab for students      Designed to provide instruction in basic thinking skills and reason-
with disabilities who require specialized assistance in order to pursue      ing strategies. Work in fundamental skills of attention, memory, logic,
regular courses. Concentration, short-term memory, organization,             categorization, association, deductive/inferential reasoning and
deductive reasoning, and information processing will be emphasized           analysis of information. Emphasis on the use of strategies for encod-
using the computer as one learning tool. May be taken four times for         ing and decoding information. Students should complete LNSK 350
credit. After that, may be repeated based on provisions of Title 5,          before enrolling. May be taken four times for credit. After that, may
Section 56029. C/NC                                                          be repeated based on measurable progress as documented in the
  0612     MW         1:00pm- 2:30pm       ODOM-WOLFER      AD103      1.0   student’s Education Plan. C/NC
Must also be enrolled in LNSK 352, section 0616.                                0616       MW           10:00am-11:00am        ODOM-WOLFER   AD103    2.0
                                                                             Must also enroll in LNSK 331E, section 0612.
LNSK 331F          SELF-ADVOCACY STRATEGIES LAB
Intensive individualized advocacy skills lab for students with dis-           LNSK 409             CAREER EXPLORATION AND JOB SEARCH
abilities who require specialized assistance in order to pursue regular                            STRATEGIES
courses. Content will include strategies needed to be successful             Provides directed activities in career exploration, job search and tech-
self-advocates. May be taken four times for credit. After that, may be       niques and job readiness skills for students with disabilities. NC
repeated based on provisions of Title 5, Section 56029. C/NC                    0617                    Wkly hrs by arr        MARECHAL, K   OFFICE   0.0
  1101     MW         1:00pm- 2:45pm       ROZMAN           IC104      1.0
                      (09/08-12/17)                                           LNSK 410             JOB READINESS I
                                                                             Assists students with developmental disabilities in entry-level work
LNSK 331G          AUDITORY PROCESSING STRATEGIES LAB                        preparation. Includes basic work routine orientation, on-the-job
Intensive strategies lab for students with disabilities requiring special-   relationships, job retention skills, and the use of computers and other
ized assistance in order to pursue regular courses. Focus on develop-        adapted technologies used in the workplace. NC
ment of a process-based approach to auditory processing, attention/             0618       MTWTh        9:00am- 2:30pm         PHILLIPS, S   HOPE     0.0
focus, and communication skill with an emphasis on the use of
specialized equipment. Designed to support students in any class
requiring verbal and/or written communication skills. May be taken           LIBRARY SERVICES
two times for credit. After that, may be repeated based on provisions
of Title 5, Section 56029. C/NC
                                                                              LIBR 50              INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION
  0613     MTWTh      2:30pm- 4:00pm ODOM-WOLFER/ROZMAN AD103 2.0                                  COMPETENCY AND LITERACY
                                                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
LNSK 332           READING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT                                A course designed to teach and strengthen the information com-
Designed for students with disabilities to develop and increase basic        petency and research skills of college students. Students will learn
reading skills, comprehension and vocabulary. Stresses a multi-sensory       how to access, evaluate and utilize information resources, including
approach. Students should complete LNSK 330 or 350 before enroll-            full-text periodical databases, Internet resources, online catalogs, and
ing. May be taken three times for credit. After that, may be repeated        materials traditionally located in the library. Satisfies the MPC Informa-
based on measurable progress as documented in the student’s Educa-           tion Competency Graduation Requirement. LG-C/NC
tion Plan. C/NC                                                              Transfer: CSU.
  0614     TTh        11:00am-12:00pm      ROZMAN           IC104      2.0      0524                    Wkly hrs by arr        ABBOTT, B     ONLINE   1.0
Must be enrolled in LNSK 331B, section 0606.                                 ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
                                                                             August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
                                                                             LTC203/204.
LNSK 333           WRITING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT                                   0525                    Wkly hrs by arr        FREED, S      ONLINE   1.0
Basic writing skills instruction for students with disabilities to develop   ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
grammar, sentence construction, paragraph development, and short             August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
essay organization skills using a multi-sensory process approach.            LTC203/204.
Examination of personal learning strengths/weaknesses in written                0526                    Wkly hrs by arr        JUNGERBERG    ONLINE   1.0
expression and reduction of anxiety related to the writing experience.       ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
May be taken three times for credit. After that, may be repeated based       August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
on provisions of Title 5, Section 56029. C/NC                                LTC203/204.
  0615     MW         11:00am-12:00pm      ODOM-WOLFER      IC104      2.0      0527                    Wkly hrs by arr        RUIZ          ONLINE   1.0
Must also enroll in LNSK 331C, section 0609.                                 ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
                                                                             August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
                                                                             LTC203/204.
                                                                                0528                    Wkly hrs by arr        EASTON        ONLINE   1.0
                                                                                                        (10/20-12/18)
                                                                             ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
                                                                             October, 20, 12-1pm in LTC203/204.
                                                                                0529                    Wkly hrs by arr        EASTON        ONLINE   1.0
                                                                                                        (10/20-12/18)
                                                                             ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
                                                                             October 20, 12-1pm in LTC203/204.

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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Library Services
   Linguistics                                                                                                       Marine Science And Technology
   Section Days              Time                   Instructor            Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
LIBR 60            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY I                                    MARINE BIOLOGY
Introduction to family historical research methods and sources
(1850-2000) including basic Internet and library sources as well as                             See BIOLOGY (BIOL 13).
research methodologies for locating students’ families. Includes fun-
damental organizational skills for preserving family materials through
assembly of a family history archival notebook. Basic knowledge of                         MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
the Internet recommended. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                  See also courses listed under BIOLOGY and
   0530                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0          OCEANOGRAPHY. For course, program or certificate
ONLINE COURSE. This course is offered through the Internet. Students                            information, please contact Marine Science and
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the                                   Technology Department at (831) 646-3081.
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.
                                                                                            MAST 31              EXPLORING OCEAN CAREERS
LIBR 61            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY II                                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of LIBR 60.
                                                                                           An introduction to the ocean economy and career opportunities
Methodologies for searching and analyzing genealogy’s primary                              in these fields. Emphasis on general and technical skills, and on the
record groups, as well as learning how to read the handwriting of the                      knowledge and abilities employers find most valuable. LG-C/NC
18th and 19th centuries while concurrently using the Internet,
                                                                                           Transfer: CSU.
traditional library, and archival sources. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                0543                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON      ONLINE    2.0
                                                                                           ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday,
   0531                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0     August 27, 2-3pm in GA103. For further information contact Tora
ONLINE COURSE: This course is offered through the Internet. Students                       Johnson at tjohnson@mpc.edu
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.
                                                                                            MAST 55              INTRODUCTION TO SUBMERSIBLE
                                                                                                                 TECHNOLOGY
LIBR 62            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY III                                  Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of LIBR 61.
                                                                                           An introduction to submersible technology, including Remotely Oper-
Advanced research methods, Internet, and library sources for research-                     ated Vehicles (ROVs). Develops skills needed to perform submersible
ing foreign records and resources. Methodologies for extending family                      operations for onshore and offshore applications. This survey course
lines beyond the U.S. to other countries. LG-C/NC                                          sets the foundation for further training. LG
Transfer: CSU.                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
   0532                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0        0544       TTh          11:00am- 2:00pm        HERTZBERG    AT101     4.0
ONLINE COURSE: This course is offered through the Internet. Students
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the                               MAST 116             PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN GUIDE TRNG
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.                                                            FOR THE MTRY BAY AQUARIUM
                                                                                           An Aquarium interpretive guide class, taught at the Monterey Bay
LINGUISTICS                                                                                Aquarium. Provides instruction and practices in interpretive skills and
                                                                                           communication of marine science concepts relating to aquarium
                                                                                           exhibits. C/NC
LING 15            INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS                                                1089                    Wkly hrs by arr        COVEL        MBAQUA 0.5
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Focuses on the role of language in social interaction, identity, and                                                  (10/13-10/23)
world view. Examines bilingualism, literacy, and society’s role in                         This course should be taken prior to enrolling in MAST 115. Classes are
language change, as well as women’s men’s and minority use of                              taught at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, 886 Cannery Row, Monterey.
language. Presents analytical techniques of socio-cultural linguistics.                    For information and registration, contact Nancy Sporleder at
LG-C/NC                                                                                    (831)648-4818.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   1172                      Wkly hrs by arr        ABEND                 OFFICE   3.0
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,
August 25, 2008, 4-5pm, LTC119. Stduents must have access to a
computer and be familiar with the internet. Please check instructor’s
website: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/richard_abend for additional
course information.




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                                                                                                                                       MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
 Mathematics                                                                                                                                           Mathematics
  Section Days        Time                    Instructor             Loc/Rm Units          Section Days            Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units

 MATh sEquEncE
                                                                                        MATHEMATICS
                                                                                             For mathematics prerequisite challenge information,
                                                                                             please see page 107.
  MATH 360                      MATH 351                           MATH 261
   Arithmetic                   Pre-Algebra                     Beginning Algebra       MATH 10 MATHEMATICS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION
                                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 263
                                                                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two
                                                                                        years.
                                                                                        Historical study of elementary mathematics. Philosophic differences of
                                                                                        ancient and modern mathematics. Topics from modern mathematics,
                                                                                        such as set theory, symbolic logic, modular systems, and the axioms of
                                                                   MATH 263             various number systems. LG
            MATH 262                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 2)
                                                                  Intermediate
                Geometry
                                                                    Geometry               0553       TWThF        9:00am-10:00am           MIGLIORE              PS103           3.0

                                                                                        MATH 13 PRE-CALCULUS
                                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 263
                                                                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within the last two
                                                                                        years; MATH 262.
                                                                                        Review of polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions; trigo-
                                                                        MATH 18         nometric functions; theory of equations; binomial theorem; conic
MATH 12 MATH 10 MATH 13 MATH 16 MATH 17                                Calculus for     sections; inverse functions; and trigonometric equations. Additional
Number     Math for                                                   Biology, Social
                     Pre-Calculus       Statistics     Finite Math     Science, and     topics from coordinate geometry and DeMoivre’s Theorem. LG
Systems   General Ed
                                                                         Business       Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                           0554       DAILY        9:00am-10:00am           IWAMOTO, L            PS102           4.0
                                                                                           0555       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am          PHILLEY, D            PS102           4.0
                                                                                           0556       DAILY        11:00am-12:00pm          BISHOP, E             IC106           4.0
                                                                                           0557       TTh          12:30pm- 3:00pm          CHOVICK               PS102           4.0
                                                                                           1092       MW           5:30pm- 8:00pm           PHILLIPS, S           PS103           4.0
                           MATH 20A                                                     MATH 16 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
                           Calculus I                                                   Prerequisites: MATH 263
                                                                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two
                                                                                        years.
                                                                                        Elementary probability, descriptive measures, measures of central
                                                                                        tendency, dispersion and correlation, statistical inference, and tests
                                                                                        of hypotheses using z, t, Chi-square and F distributions. Examples are
                                                                                        drawn from applications in the social sciences, biological sciences
          MATH 31                                    MATH 40                            and business. Includes a computer component. Calculations will be
                             MATH 20B
            Linear                                   Discrete                           done with the aid of a desktop computer or with a handheld
                             Calculus II
           Algebra                                    Math                              computer/calculator having built-in functions. LG-C/NC
                                                                                        Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN STAT 2)
                                                                                           0558       MW           2:00pm- 4:00pm           CRISTOBAL             MT2             3.0
                                                           MATH 32                      Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                           Differential                 289 12th St., Marina.
                             MATH 20C                      Equations                       0559       MTWTh        8:00am- 9:00am           HAUSSERMANN           PS103           3.0
                             Calculus III
                                                                                           0560       MTWTh        9:00am-10:00am           DONOVAN               IC102           3.0
                                                                                           0561       MTWTh        10:00am-11:00am          BARTOW                IC102           3.0
                                                                                           0562       MTWTh        11:00am-12:00pm          DONOVAN               PS103           3.0
                                                                                           0563                    Wkly hrs by arr          CHOVICK               ONLINE          3.0
                                                                                        ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday, August
                                                                                        23, 10am-noon, PS-103. Students must have access to a PC (the software
                                                                                        is not compatible with Macs) and be familiar with using the Internet.
                                                                                        Students will be required to complete exams on campus, on Saturday
                                                                                        mornings. All students interested in enrolling in this course should visit the
                                                                                        instructor’s website at: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/lisa_chovick for more
                                                                                        information before enrolling.
                                                                                           0564       TTh          11:00am- 1:00pm          MIGLIORE              IC102           3.0
                                                                                           0565       TTh          1:00pm- 3:00pm           IWAMOTO, L            IC102           3.0
                                                                                           1093       TTh          6:00pm- 8:00pm           CASTELLANI            PS103           3.0


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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Mathematics                                                                                                                                                 Mathematics
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units             Section Days            Time                    Instructor              Loc/Rm Units
MATH 18                CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY                                           MATH 261              BEGINNING ALGEBRA
                       FOR BIOLOGY/SOC SCI/BUSINESS                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of MATH 351.
Prerequisites: MATH 263                                                                         A lecture course which satisfies a first-year high school algebra
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two         requirement. Includes an introduction to basic algebraic principles,
years.                                                                                          simple linear equations, positive and negative numbers, and the
Functions, graphs, limits, derivatives, differentiation techniques, and                         four basic arithmetic operations using monomials and polynomials,
applications of the derivative, exponential and logarithmic functions,                          literal equations, reading and constructing graphs, systems of linear
integration and applications of the integral, functions of several vari-                        equations, and applications of principles to verbal problems, factoring,
ables, and partial derivatives. Designed for students in biology, social                        fractions and equations containing fractions, square roots and radicals,
sciences and business. Will not substitute for MATH 20A. LG                                     quadratic equations and ratios and proportions. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 34)                                                                   0573       MW           12:30pm- 3:00pm         NGUYEN, T               PS102    4.0
   0566       DAILY        1:00pm- 2:00pm           PHILLEY, D            IC103           4.0      0574       MWF          11:00am-12:40pm         STAFF                   IC102    4.0
                                                                                                   0575       DAILY        8:00am- 9:00am          SCHMIEG, G              IC106    4.0
MATH 20A               CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I                                           0576       DAILY        9:00am-10:00am          BISHOP, E               PS104    4.0
Prerequisites: MATH 13
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within the last two        0577       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am         ROSS                    MT2      4.0
years.                                                                                          Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
Elementary analytic geometry, functions (including trigonometric                                289 12th St., Marina.
functions), limits, continuity, derivatives, curve sketching and other                             0578       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am         STAFF                   IC103    4.0
applications of the derivative, integration and applications of                                    0579       DAILY        11:00am-12:00pm         STAFF                   PS104    4.0
integration. LG
                                                                                                   0580                    Wkly hrs by arr         CATANIA                 ONLINE   4.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 18)(MATH20A + MATH20B = CAN MATH
                                                                                                ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday,
SEQ B)(MATH20A + MATH20B + MATH20C = CAN MATH SEQ C)
                                                                                                August 23, 2-4pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the
   0567       MTWTh        7:55am- 9:00am           DONOVAN               IC102           4.0   Internet. Students must have access to a PC (the software is not com-
   0568       MTWTh        12:30pm- 1:45pm          BARTOW                PS103           4.0   patible with Macs) and be familiar with using the Internet. Students
   1094       TTh          6:00pm- 8:30pm           PHILLEY, D            PS102           4.0   will be required to complete exams on campus. If the orientation
                                                                                                meeting conflicts with your MPC schedule, please contact the instruc-
MATH 20B               CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II                                       tor through their website before the orientation meeting. All students
Prerequisites: MATH 20A                                                                         interested in enrolling in this course should visit the instructor’s
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two         website at: www.mpcfaculty.net/tracie_catania for more information
years.                                                                                          before enrolling.
Exponential and logarithmic functions, hyperbolic functions, inverse                               0581       TTh          12:30pm- 3:00pm         NGUYEN, T               IC106    4.0
trigonometric and inverse hyperbolic functions, conic sections, para-                              0582       TTh          3:15pm- 5:45pm          LORD, J                 PS102    4.0
metric equations and polar coordinates, techniques of integration,
                                                                                                   1095       MW           6:00pm- 8:30pm          STANICA                 PS102    4.0
indeterminate forms, and infinite series. LG
                                                                                                   1096       TTh          6:00pm- 8:30pm          MALOKAS                 IC102    4.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 20)(MATH20A + MATH20B = CAN MATH
SEQ B)(MATH20A + MATH20B + MATH20C = CAN MATH SEQ C)
   0569       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am          CATANIA               PS103           4.0
   0570       TWThF        7:55am- 9:00am           MIGLIORE              PS102           4.0

MATH 20C               CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
Prerequisites: MATH 20B
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two
years.
Vectors in two and three dimensions, solid analytic geometry, partial
derivatives, multiple integrals, line integrals, surface integrals, and the
theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 22)(MATH20A + MATH20B + MATH20C
= CAN MATH SEQ C)
   0571       DAILY        11:00am-12:00pm          PHILLEY, D            IC103           4.0

MATH 31                LINEAR ALGEBRA
Prerequisites: MATH 20A
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two
years.
Systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces,
inner product spaces, linear transformation, eigenvalues, eigenvectors.
LG
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN MATH 26)
   0572       MTWTh        9:00am-10:00am           BARTOW                IC106           3.0



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                                                                                                                                               MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Mathematics                                                                                                                                           Medical Assisting
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor             Loc/Rm Units          Section Days              Time                      Instructor             Loc/Rm Units
MATH 263               INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA AND                                               MEDICAL ASSISTING
                       COORDINATE GEOMETRY
Prerequisites: MATH 261; or MATH 261X and 261P                                                      For course, program or certificate information, please
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within the last two         contact the Medical Assisting Careers Office (LS 209A) at
years.
                                                                                                    (831)646-4135 or email lbruno@mpc.edu
Properties of the real numbers, complex numbers, polynomials, expo-
nential and logarithmic functions, first-and-second-degree equations
and inequalities, systems of equations, progressions, graphs of conics,                       MEDA 100                INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CAREERS
determinants, and an introduction to coordinate geometry. LG                                  Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 111
   0583       MW           1:30pm- 4:00pm           STAFF                  PS104       4.0    History and development of the medical professions, health care
                                                                                              organizations, and medical specialties. Assists students in identifying
   0584       MTWTh        7:55am- 9:00am           NGUYEN, T              PS104       4.0    aptitude in health careers. LG-C/NC
   0585       TWThF        11:00am-12:15pm          CHOVICK                PS102       4.0
                                                                                                 0595        T             1:00pm- 3:00pm            BRUNO                  LS206         1.0
   0586       MTWTh        12:00pm- 1:15pm          ROSS                   PS104       4.0
                                                                                                                           (08/26-10/14)
   0587       DAILY        9:00am-10:00am           SPENCE                 IC103       4.0
   0588       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am          BISHOP, E              PS104       4.0    MEDA 101                MEDICAL ETHICS AND LAW
   0589                    Wkly hrs by arr          BISHOP, E              ONLINE      4.0    Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 111
ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday,                                       A study of medical ethics, jurisprudence, and professional relations
August 23, 2-4pm, LTC203/204. Students must have access to a PC                               relative to medical office practice. Open to non-majors. LG
(software is not compatible with Macs) and be familiar with using the                            0596        Th            1:00pm- 3:00pm            BRUNO                  LS206         2.0
Internet. Students will be required to complete exams on campus. If the
orientation meeting conflicts with your MPC schedule, please contact
the instructor through their website before the orientation meeting. All                      MEDA 105                MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
                                                                                              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
students interested in enrolling in this course should visit the instruc-
tor’s website at: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/elizabeth_bishop for more                         Structure of the language of medicine. Emphasis on analysis of
information before enrolling.                                                                 components, meaning, spelling and pronunciation. Builds a medi-
                                                                                              cal vocabulary applicable to the body systems, health care, medical
   0590       TTh          3:15pm- 5:45pm           WASHBURN               MT2         4.0    procedures and diseases. LG
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                                                 0597        MW            10:00am-12:00pm           BRUNO                  LS206         4.0
289 12th St., Marina.
                                                                                                 2001        TTh           6:00pm- 8:00pm            STAFF                  LS206         4.0
   1097       MW           6:00pm- 8:30pm           STODDARD               PS104       4.0
   1098       TTh          6:00pm- 8:30pm           PHILLEY, G             PS104       4.0    MEDA 110                MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT
                                                                                              Application to the medical office of good administrative systems and
MATH 351               PRE-ALGEBRA                                                            procedures with emphasis on scheduling, telephone, patient flow,
Condition of enrollment: Must be age 13 or older.                                             financial and collection practices, record keeping and personnel
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of MATH 360.
                                                                                              management. LG
Review of basic arithmetic operations, plus an introduction to
elementary topics in algebra. C/NC                                                               0598        MW            1:00pm- 3:30pm            KLEINBERG              LS206         3.0
   0591       DAILY        9:00am-10:00am           ROSS                   MT2         3.0
                                                                                              MEDA 113                MEDICAL PROCEDURE CODING
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
289 12th St., Marina.                                                                         Introduction to theory and procedure of accurate, legal medical diagnos-
                                                                                              tic coding. Practical skills and proficiency developed through simulations
   0592       DAILY        10:00am-11:00am          STAFF                  IC106       3.0    using CPT-4, HCPCS and HCFA guidelines. It is strongly recommended
   1099       TTh          6:30pm- 9:00pm           BURKOY                 IC103       3.0    that students complete MEDA 105 or have a working knowledge of
                                                                                              medical terminology and be eligible for English 111 and 112 or ENSL 110
MATH 360               ARITHMETIC AND BASIC MATHEMATICS                                       and 155. May be repeated with documentation by department. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                                  1100        MW            6:00pm- 8:30pm            KLEINBERG              LS206         3.0
Designed for students who require review and reinforcement in the
arithmetic of numbers. Includes the arithmetic of whole numbers, frac-                        MEDA 120                MEDICAL OFFICE CLINICAL TECHNIQUES
tions, decimal numbers, basic measurements and percentages. C/NC
                                                                                              Study and practice of the techniques used in assisting the physician
   0593       DAILY        12:00pm- 1:00pm          LITTLE, W              IC103       3.0    with patient education, vital signs, exams and treatment, nutrition,
                                                                                              instrument care, sterile technique, and safety. LG
MATH LEARNING CENTER                                                                             0599        TTh           9:00am-11:30am            BRUNO                  LS206         3.0

MATH 440               SUPERVISED TUTORING: MATHEMATICS                                       MEDA 130                MEDICAL ASSISTING EXTERNSHIP
                                                                                              Prerequisites: Completion of all Medical Assisting certificate coursework with a grade of “C” or
Provides supervised tutoring for students concurrently enrolled in a                          better, Program Director clearance, and malpractice insurance
mathematics course or any course that requires mathematics skills to                          Practical application of skills and knowledge acquired in medical assisting
complete the course work. Must be referred by an instructor. NC                               program. Students gain practical experience in medical offices or clinics. C/NC
   0594                    Wkly hrs by arr          STAFF                  PS205       0.0       0600                      Wkly hrs by arr           BRUNO                  CLINIC        4.0
For more information and the current schedule, please go to                                   Two hundred total hours by arrangement, served in local medical
http://www.mpc.edu/Pages.MLC.aspx or call (831) 645-1330 or                                   facilities. Registration is restricted to students who have completed the
(831) 646-4140.                                                                               program requirements and have department approval.

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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Music                                                                                                                                           Music
   Section Days             Time              Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                     Instructor    Loc/Rm Units

MUSIC                                                                         MUSI 12                  COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MUSIC
                                                                             An overview of computer applications in music with emphasis on
                                                                             notation programs, sampling and digital editing technologies. It is
MUSI 1            MUSIC APPRECIATION                                         recommended that students take MUSI 10A and 10B or demonstrate
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                             to the instructor an intermediate knowledge of music notation. LG
An introductory course to assist the general student through guided
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
listening in understanding the literature of the art of music as it is
presented in concert, radio, television and recording. LG-C/NC                  0625        W             1:00pm- 4:00pm           BRYANT        AS101    3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0619       TTh           9:30am-11:00am    ANDERSON, J   MU101     3.0     MUSI 14A                 RECORDING ARTS I
                                                                             Recording techniques for the home and professional studio. How to
                                                                             set up a studio, principles of recording and mixing. LG-C/NC
MUSI 2            INTRODUCTION TO BROADWAY MUSICALS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                      Transfer: CSU.
Guided listening in understanding the history and development of                0626        Th            1:00pm- 6:00pm           BRYANT        AS101    3.0
the American musical stage. Emphasis on music by American
composers. LG-C/NC                                                            MUSI 14B                 RECORDING ARTS II
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           Prerequisites: MUSI 14A
   0620                     Wkly hrs by arr   SCHAMBER      LVRM      3.0    Advanced recording. A continuation of MUSI 14A. Digital recording
                                                                             and mastering. Individual projects and field trips required. LG-C/NC
                            (10/20-12/12)
                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
October 20, 5pm in MU119. All audio and video materials are available           0627        Th            1:00pm- 6:00pm           BRYANT        MU101    3.0
from the MPC Library. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED.
                                                                              MUSI 20                  CHORUS I
MUSI 3            INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ AND POP                               Advisories: Ability to match pitch.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                      Standard repertoire of vocal ensemble from Palestrina to modern
Development of American jazz music with emphasis on musical                  composers. A cappella and accompanied work done with emphasis
elements, major innovators, stylistic changes, and the criteria to rate      on tone production, phrasing and intonation. Open to men and
a good performance. LG-C/NC                                                  women. Required attendance at public performances and on field
                                                                             trips. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0621                     Wkly hrs by arr   SCHAMBER      LVRM      3.0
                            (08/25-10/17)                                       0628        MTWTh         12:00pm- 1:00pm          FERRANTELLI   MU119    2.0
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                    0629                      Wkly hrs by arr          FERRANTELLI   MU119    1.0
August 25, 5pm in MU119. All audio and visual materials are available        By arrangement between 12:10-1pm, MTWTh, MU119. Two hours per
in the MPC Library. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED.                                week rehearsal/performance.

MUSI 10A                  MUSICIANSHIP                                        MUSI 21                  CHORUS II: I CANTORI
                                                                             Advisories: Intermediate music reading ability. Audition only.
The study of elementary theory, dictation and music reading. LG-C/NC
                                                                             Rehearsal and performance of choral-orchestral music of European
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           and American composers. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
   0622       MW            10:00am-12:00pm   ANDERSON, J   MU102     4.0    Transfer: CSU; UC.
              &F            10:00am-11:00am                                     1102        W             7:00pm-10:00pm           FERRANTELLI   MU119    1.0
MUSI 10C                  DIATONIC HARMONY II                                 MUSI 22                  CHAMBER SINGERS
Prerequisites: MUSI 10B
                                                                             Advisories: Vocal ensemble experience/music reading ability.
A continuation of MUSI 10B. LG-C/NC                                          Study and performance of vocal chamber music from the sixteenth
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           century to the contemporary period, to include jazz and American
   0623       TTh           10:00am-11:00am   FERRANTELLI   MU102     4.0    musicals. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
              & TTh         11:00am-12:30pm   ANDERSON, J                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
Two hours of this course are concurrent with MUSI 11.                           0630        MWF           3:00pm- 4:00pm           FERRANTELLI   MU119    1.0

MUSI 11                   SIGHT READING AND EAR TRAINING                      MUSI 30                  CONCERT/COMMUNITY BAND
Exercises to develop the ability to read and interpret symbols of music      Survey, study and performance of appropriate music ranging from
at sight. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC                         the works of the Baroque masters to those of modern composers with
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           emphasis on successful group participation. Credit conditional upon
                                                                             attendance at public performances normally required of college band.
   0624       TTh           10:00am-11:00am   FERRANTELLI   MU102     1.0
                                                                             Field trips required. It is recommended that students demonstrate
                                                                             instrumental ability before enrolling. May be taken four times for
                                                                             credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                1103        Th            7:00pm-10:00pm           ANDERSON, J   MU101    1.0


64                                                           Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                         Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                             MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Music                                                                                                                                        Music
   Section Days             Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units         Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
MUSI 34                   SWING BAND                                           MUSI 50B               BEGINNING PIANO II
Study and performance of swing/dance music from the era of “Big                A continuation of MUSI 50A. It is recommended that students enroll
Bands.” Performance goals are those of a professional organization. It is      for MUSI 50A or demonstrate to the instructor the equivalent
recommended that students demonstrate instrumental ability before              keyboard skills. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
enrolling. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                         Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                0635       MW           11:00am-12:00pm        HULSE        MU115    1.0
   0631       MW            2:45pm- 4:15pm    FOWLER         CMS         1.0      0636       TTh          10:00am-11:00am        HULSE        MU115    1.0
   1104       W             6:30pm- 9:30pm    MENDENHALL     MU101       1.0      1110       M            6:00pm- 8:00pm         HULSE        MU115    1.0

MUSI 40                   VOICE FUNDAMENTALS                                   MUSI 55B               JAZZ IMPROVISATION II
Designed to assist in the development of the solo voice. Attention             A continuation of MUSI 55A with emphasis on individual and/or
given to the fundamentals of voice production. Songs in standard               group performance, and study of past and present improvisational
literature for solo voice studies. May be taken four times for credit.         styles. Students should demonstrate intermediate ability on their
LG-C/NC                                                                        chosen instrument. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0632       TTh           2:00pm- 3:00pm    FERRANTELLI    MU119       1.0      0637       F            2:00pm- 5:00pm         MENDENHALL   MU101    2.0

MUSI 46                   PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS                               MUSI 60.2              PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP: STRING
Materials and techniques of appropriate level studied in detail. Study                                ENSEMBLE
offered in standard percussion instruments. May be taken four times            An ensemble devoted to the rehearsal and performance of a variety
for credit. LG-C/NC                                                            of string literature. It is recommended that students demonstrate in-
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             strumental ability before enrolling. May be taken four times for credit.
   1105       T             6:30pm- 8:30pm    JONES, BILLY   MU101       1.0   LG-C/NC
                                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC.
MUSI 48A                  STRING INSTRUMENTS: BEGINNING                           1111       M            6:30pm- 9:30pm         DALLY        MU101    1.0
                          GUITAR
Materials and techniques of appropriate level studied in detail. Combi-        MUSI 90                INDEPENDENT STUDY: EXPERIENCE THE
nations of MUSI 48A and 48B may be taken four times. LG-C/NC                                          ARTS
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   1106       M             7:00pm- 9:00pm    MCNAMARA, R    MT4         1.0   A unique opportunity to attend and analyze professional musical
                                                                               performances. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                               Transfer: CSU.
289 12th Street, Marina.
   1107       T             7:00pm- 9:00pm    MCNAMARA, R    MU119       1.0      1200                    Wkly hrs by arr        PICKFORD     AG101    0.5
                                                                               Contact instructor within the first two weeks of class through the MPC
                                                                               Art Gallery at 646-3060.
MUSI 48B                  STRING INSTRUMENTS: INTERMEDIATE
                          GUITAR
Prerequisites: MUSI 48A                                                        MUSI 90                INDEPENDENT STUDY: MUSIC
Continuation of MUSI 48A. Combinations of MUSI 48A and 48B may                                        TECHNOLOGY LAB
be taken four times. LG-C/NC                                                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                               Access to a fully equipped and up to date lab for music theory, sight
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                               reading, midi and recording applications. Hours by arrangement to fit
   1108       Th            7:00pm- 9:00pm    MCNAMARA, R    MU119       1.0   your schedule. May be taken four times with no duplication of topics
                                                                               C/NC
MUSI 50A                  BEGINNING PIANO I                                    Transfer: CSU.
Piano instruction for the beginning student. Emphasis on keyboard                 1201                    Wkly hrs by arr        BRYANT       MU119    0.5
familiarity; basic note and chord reading, with some ear-training.
                                                                               Contact instructor in AS101 on Wednesday, September 3rd between
LG-C/NC
                                                                               1-4pm or leave a message at 649-5449.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0633       MW            10:00am-11:00am   HULSE          MU115       1.0
   0634       TTh           11:00am-12:00pm   HULSE          MU115       1.0
   1109       M             6:00pm- 8:00pm    HULSE          MU115       1.0




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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Nautical Science                                                                                                                         Nursing
   Section Days               Time              Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days           Time              Instructor        Loc/Rm Units

NAUTICAL SCIENCE                                                               NURS 171               ADVANCED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
                                                                              Provides the opportunity for nursing students to apply previously ac-
                                                                              quired theory and clinical skills in an actual health care setting. No new
NSCI 55                KEELBOAT SAILING                                       skills will be taught. May be taken for a maximum of eight units. C/NC
Advisories: PHED 7A.
A basic sailing course taught in the keelboat type of sailboat. Teaches          0644       TBA                           BINGAMAN          NU101       3.0
through lecture, discussion and on-the-water practical experience the
full and proper operation of a keelboat of approximately 20-25 feet            NURS 180               PROFESSIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
in length and with an outboard motor. Enrollment is limited to those          Provides opportunity for nursing students to develop and apply lead-
with the ability to swim. Upon completion, students will be eligible for      ership skills through activities associated with the California Nursing
the American Sailing Association’s Basic Coastal Cruising Certificate.        Student Association. Includes identification of nursing-related issues
LG-C/NC                                                                       and problems and how to plan projects and activities for resolution of
Transfer: CSU.                                                                these issues. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
   0638       T               12:00pm- 3:00pm   DEGNAN, F    IC101    1.0        0645       T           8:00am- 9:00am    HAGE              NU101       1.0
MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday, August 26, 2008,                    Two hours per semester by arrangement.
12-3pm, IC101. After this meeting, class meets every Tuesday from
12-1pm. Sailing times and location to be arranged with instructor.             NURS 181               ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SKILL
                                                                                                      DEVELOPMENT
                                                                              Provides advanced nursing students the opportunity to further refine
NURSING                                                                       and develop leadership skills and professionalism through activities
                                                                              associated with the California Nursing Student Association. Students
NURS 52A               NURSING I                                              identify important professional issues and plan strategies to enhance
Limits: Admission to Nursing Program                                          public awareness and work toward resolution of these issues. May be
Concepts basic to nursing within the framework of the nursing                 taken four times with different topics. C/NC
process. Focus on assessment of basic human needs. Application                   0646       T           8:00am- 9:00am    HAGE              NU101       1.0
of classroom knowledge in laboratory and in structured                        Two hours per semester by arrangement.
parent/newborn, acute and long-term care settings. LG
Transfer: CSU.                                                                 NURS 205               SUPERVISED NURSING SKILLS LAB I
   0639       MT              9:00am-11:00am    HAGE         IC201    8.0     Provides the opportunity for students to review current content and
Plus twelve hours of lab per semester by arrangement.                         procedures taught in nursing courses, and participate in supervised
                                                                              practice. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
NURS 52C               NURSING III                                               0647                   Wkly hrs by arr   RONDEZ, C         NU105       2.0
Prerequisites: NURS 52B or 65                                                 Six hours lab per semester by arrangement.
Application of the nursing process to clients with complex altered               0648                   Wkly hrs by arr   RONDEZ, C         NU105       4.0
needs. Focus on implementation of the plan of care and the evalu-             Twelve hours lab per semester by arrangement.
ation of the effectiveness of interventions. Clinical experience in
geriatric, home care, and medical-surgical settings. LG
                                                                               NURS 206               SUPERVISED NURSING SKILLS LAB II
Transfer: CSU.                                                                Advisories: NURS 205.
   0640       MT              9:00am-12:00pm    NERVINO      IC204   10.0     Provides the opportunity for students to review current content and
Plus fifteen hours of lab per semester by arrangement.                        procedures taught in nursing courses, and participate in supervised
                                                                              practice. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC
NURS 70                SUPERVISED NURSING CLINICAL                               0649                   Wkly hrs by arr   RONDEZ, C         NU105       2.0
                       EXPERIENCE                                                                                         BRYAN, J
Prerequisites: NURS 52B
                                                                              Six hours lab per semester by arrangement.
Provides the opportunity for nursing students to apply previously
acquired nursing theory and clinical functions in a health care setting.         0650                   Wkly hrs by arr   RONDEZ, C         NU105       4.0
No new skills will be taught; students will refine existing competencies                                                  BRYAN, J
in areas of special interest. May be taken four times for credit. C/NC        Twelve hours lab per semester by arrangement.
Transfer: CSU.
   0641                       Wkly hrs by arr   BINGAMAN     NU101    3.0      NURS 267A              CRITICAL CARE NURSING
                                                                              Advisories: NURS 264.
Nine hours per semester by arrangement.
                                                                              Designed to prepare registered nurses to work in critical care settings
                                                                              such as ICU, CCU, and Emergency departments. Includes theory, skills
NURS 100               PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSING                               and clinical practice in advanced pathophysiology, assessment of the
Prerequisites: PHSO 1 and 2
Advisories: CHEM 30A.
                                                                              critically ill client, prioritization, interventions, and evaluation of care.
                                                                              CEUs provided for California RN licensure renewal, provider number
Introduction to the nurse’s role in drug therapy, characteristics of drug
                                                                              00184. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
classifications, calculation of pharmacological dosages, and
preparation of medications for administration. LG                                0651       WTh         8:00am- 2:00pm    REID              IC204       6.0
   0643       F               8:30am-11:00am    BINGAMAN     IC201    1.5                               (08/27-11/13)
                                                                              Plus forty-eight hours per semester by arrangement



66                                                            Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Nursing                                                                                                                Ornamental Horticulture
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
NURS 275              CRITICAL THINKING: PEDIATRIC NURSING                         ORNH 61              PLANT IDENTIFICATION: SHRUBS, VINES,
Utilizes computer-assisted instruction programs and other multime-                                      GROUND COVERS
dia resources to allow the learner to select topics relevant to nursing.          Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Learning activities include interactive, self-paced format. Twenty-four           Identification, growth habits, cultural requirements and uses of com-
contact hours for California RN license renewal, provider number                  mon ornamental and native shrubs, vines, and ground covers. Field
00184. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC                        trips included. LG-C/NC
   0652                    Wkly hrs by arr        RONDEZ, C      NU105    0.5     Transfer: CSU.
Six hours per semester by arrangement.                                               1114       M            6:30pm- 9:30pm         HAAS         LS104    3.0
                                                                                  Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement.

NUTRITION AND FOOD                                                                 ORNH 63              PLANT PROPAGATION
                                                                                  Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
     See also courses listed under HOSPITALITY in this                            Principles and hands-on experience with plant propagation including
     schedule.                                                                    seeds, cuttings, budding, grafting, layering, division and tissue culture.
                                                                                  A look at propagation structures, growing media, hormones, and basic
NUTF 1            NUTRITION                                                       propagation procedures. Field trips included. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                   Transfer: CSU.
A study of nutrition principles with emphasis on the problem of                      1115       W            6:30pm- 9:30pm         HAAS         LS104    3.0
obtaining and maintaining a good state of nutrition. Study made of                Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement.
carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins - their nutritive
values and sources. Menus planned to meet the student’s own needs                  ORNH 66              INTERMEDIATE LANDSCAPE DESIGN
for maximum health. Includes a computer diet analysis. LG-C/NC                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN FCS 2)                                                    Further study in landscape design with emphasis on site analysis and
   0435       MWF          8:00am- 9:00am         LANGLAND, S    LF102    3.0     details, cost considerations, maintenance specifications, larger scale
   1072       W            6:30pm- 9:30pm         LANGLAND, S    LS102    3.0     design, and improved drawing methods. Field trips included. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                     1116       M            6:30pm- 9:30pm         DANIELS      LS102    3.0
OCEANOGRAPHY                                                                      Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement.

OCEN 2            INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY                                        ORNH 78              INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT
Major phenomena in oceanography: wind, waves, currents, coastal                   Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
processes, seismic waves, ocean atmosphere interactions, plate tec-               Learn the identification, prevention, and various methods of control of
tonics, and ocean chemistry. Two Saturday field trips may be required.            insects, pests, weeds, and disease impacting plants. Covers techniques
LG-C/NC                                                                           for safe and proper pesticide and biological control applications.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                Continuing education credit given for licensed commercial pesticide
                                                                                  applicators. Field trips included. LG-C/NC
   0653       MW           10:00am-12:00pm        HOCHSTAEDTER   PS106    4.0
                                                                                  Transfer: CSU.
              &F           11:00am-12:00pm
Above section has two day-long field trips, on Saturdays, 10/11 and
                                                                                     1117       Th           6:30pm- 9:30pm         HAAS         LS104    3.0
11/15. Specific information listed in class syllabus.
                                                                                   ORNH 210.1 CURRENT TOPICS IN ORNAMENTAL
   1112       MW           6:00pm- 8:30pm         HOCHSTAEDTER   PS106    4.0                 HORTICULTURE: WEDDING FLORAL
Above section has two day-long field trips, on Saturdays, 10/11 and                           DESIGNS
11/15. Specific information listed in class syllabus.                             Instruction in designing and constructing floral pieces for weddings
                                                                                  and ceremonies including hand-held bouquets, rehearsal flowers and
                                                                                  cake flowers. Instructor demonstration and hands-on work. Students
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE                                                           will furnish their own materials per instructions at first class meeting.
                                                                                  LG-C/NC
     For course, program, or certificate information, please
                                                                                     1118       Sat          9:00am- 1:15pm         HAAS         LS104    0.5
     contact the Ornamental Horticulture Department Office
                                                                                                             (10/18-10/25)
     (LS 106C) at (831) 646-4123.
                                                                                   ORNH 210.2 CURRENT TOPICS IN ORNAMENTAL
ORNH 51 INTRODUCTION TO ORNAMENTAL                                                            HORTICULTURE: ATTRACTING BENEFICIAL
        HORTICULTURE I                                                                        BIRDS AND BUGS TO YOUR GARDEN
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                   Instruction in attracting and keeping beneficial birds and bugs in your
Introduction to the horticulture industry, career opportunities, and              garden by using the right kinds of plants, flowers, and overall environ-
basic skills needed in the field. Topics covered include how plants               ment. Plant samples, lists of appropriate plant types, videos. LG-C/NC
grow, soils, planting techniques, fertilizers, garden color, and pest,
disease and weed control. Field trips included. LG-C/NC                              1119       Sat          9:00am- 1:15pm         HAAS         LS104    0.5
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                               (09/20-09/27)
   1113       T            6:30pm- 9:30pm         HAAS           LS104    3.0
Plus sixteen hours per semester by arrangement.

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MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Parks and Recreation                                                                                                                       Philosophy
   Section Days             Time                  Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time              Instructor      Loc/Rm Units

PARKS AND RECREATION                                                              PERS 54                 LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION
                                                                                 Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
     Students can obtain registration information for Parks                      Designed to assist students interested in developing or improving
     and Recreation courses by calling (831) 649-2954.                           communication knowledge and skills relevant to leadership. Theories
                                                                                 and application of leadership will be emphasized. Campus and/or
                                                                                 community involvement will be a required element of this course.
PARK 240                  VISITOR SERVICES FIELD TRAINING                        Also offered as Speech Communication 54; credit may be earned only
Prerequisites: PARK 281                                                          once. LG-C/NC
Practical fieldwork in law enforcement, interpretation, resource                 Transfer: CSU.
management, and administration within a state park unit. C/NC
                                                                                    0684        MW            2:00pm- 3:30pm    FOX             BH106      3.0
   1197       DAILY         8:00am- 5:00am        DANIELSON     MTC      3.0
                            (07/14-10/03)                                         PERS 200                ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE
                                                                                 Series of short term courses which provides students with information
                                                                                 necessary for transition into Monterey Peninsula College. Each course
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT                                                             focuses on specific areas such as assessment, development of educa-
     See STUDY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT for additional                                 tion plans, introduction to student services. May be taken four times
                                                                                 with different topics. LG-C/NC
     PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT courses designed for
     College Readiness Program.                                                     0685        TTh           12:30pm- 1:30pm   STAFF           BC201      1.0
                                                                                                              (10/14-12/11)
PERS 50                   MAKING COLLEGE COUNT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  PHILOSOPHY
Provides skills and techniques to assist in evaluating personal learn-
ing styles, priorities in use of time, successful study strategies, stress
management, identification of values and goals, assertiveness, and               PHIL 2             INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
successful use of campus resources and services. LG-C/NC                         Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                 Fundamental questions of a philosophy of life examined through
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                 discussion of student ideas and selected philosophers. Philosophy
   0679       M             12:55pm- 1:45pm       ANDERSON, S   PGHS     3.0     compared to common sense, science, and religion. Explores meaning
              & TTh         12:55pm- 2:05pm                                      of self-identity, human freedom, ethical values, immortality, existence
No class meeting Oct. 15-19.                                                     of God. LG-C/NC
   0680       MW            1:00pm- 2:30pm        JONES, W      HU202    3.0     Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN PHIL 2)
   0681       TTh           1:00pm- 2:30pm        JONES, W      HU202    3.0        0687        MWF           9:00am-10:00am    WEBER, T        HU204      3.0
   0682       MTWTh         8:00am- 9:00am        STAFF         HU202    3.0        0688        MWF           10:00am-11:00am   WEBER, T        HU204      3.0
                            (09/22-12/18)                                           1184        M             1:30pm- 4:30pm    BEVERSLUIS      MT1        3.0
   1120       W             5:30pm- 8:30pm        NEE           BC201    3.0     Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                                 289 12th Street, Marina.
PERS 51                   CAREER PLANNING THROUGHOUT THE
                          LIFESPAN                                               PHIL 4             MORAL ISSUES
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Provides students with skills needed to develop a career path
                                                                                 A clarification of values in contemporary moral issues such as
throughout the lifespan. Students develop a portfolio with the aid of
career-oriented self-assessments focusing on interests, values, skills           abortion, sexuality, the right to die, animal rights, and economic
and personality type, and with knowledge of labor market informa-                justice. LG-C/NC
tion, decision-making skills and coping strategies. LG-C/NC                      Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN PHIL 4)
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      0689        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm   WEBER, T        HU204      3.0
   0683                     Wkly hrs by arr       DAVIS, J      ONLINE   3.0        1121        W             7:00pm-10:00pm    BEVERSLUIS      HU106      3.0
                            (08/26-12/11)
ONLINE COURSE. ATTEND INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,                            PHIL 6             INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
August 26, 2008, 5:30pm, LTC203/204. THIS COURSE IS OFFERED                      Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
THROUGH THE INTERNET. Students must have access to a computer.                   Relation of language and logic, truth and validity, informal fallacies,
For additional course information email instructor at jdavis@mpc.edu             deduction and formal fallacies, introduction to symbolic logic and
or see home page at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/jacqi_davis                        formal proof. LG
                                                                                 Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN PHIL 6)
                                                                                    0690        TTh           12:30pm- 2:00pm   WEBER, T        HU204      3.0
                                                                                    1122        M             6:00pm- 9:00pm    WEBER, T        HU204      3.0




68                                                               Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                  Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                                MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Philosophy                                                                                                                     Physical Education
   Section Days              Time               Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                  Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
PHIL 10              INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING                          PHOT 54            DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                             Advisories: PHOT 1A; eligibility for ENGL 1A.
An introduction to the skills of critical thinking. Includes clarifying lan-    Study of the history of documentary photography and use of the
guage in reasoning; identifing, analyzing, constructing and evaluating          ideas and strategies learned from that research to photographically
deductive and inductive arguments; and exposing common fallacies                document specific subjects including such areas as agriculture and
in everyday reasoning. LG-C/NC                                                  tourism. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Transfer: CSU.
   1185        TTh           8:00am-9:30am      PROVOST        HU106    3.0        1126        T             6:00pm- 9:00pm        HANNER         AS101    3.0
                                                                                               & Th          6:00pm- 9:00pm                       IC105
PHIL 13              INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN PHILOSOPHY
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                             PHOT 70            DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Concepts of major philosophies of India, China, and Japan: karma,               Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
and bondage, liberation, selflessness, meditation, and self-knowledge.          Provides theory and practice necessary to produce quality fine art
LG-C/NC                                                                         digital prints. Using Adobe Photoshop software to create and manipu-
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              late images, topics include image capture, scanning, retouching, and
   0691        TTh           1:00pm- 2:30pm     PROVOST        HU205    3.0     printing. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                   0696        M             1:00pm- 4:00pm        BRANSFIELD     GA103    3.0
PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                                    &W            1:00pm- 4:00pm
                                                                                   0697        T             9:00am-12:00pm        HANNER         GA103    3.0
PHOT 1A PHOTOGRAPHY I: BLACK AND WHITE                                                         & Th          9:00am-12:00pm
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Introductory course in black and white photography using specific
assignments to highlight various aesthetic characteristics of the               PHOT 90            INDEPENDENT STUDY: EXPERIENCE THE
medium. Students learn the basic skills of film processing, printing                               ARTS
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
from negatives, and the mounting of photographs. LG-C/NC
                                                                                A unique opportunity to attend and analyze original photographic
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ART 18)                                                 works of art. May be taken four times with different topics. C/NC
   0692        M             9:00am-12:00pm     EDELMAN        AS101    3.0     Transfer: CSU.
               &W            9:00am-12:00pm                    IC105               0698                      Wkly hrs by arr.      PICKFORD       AG101    0.5
   0693        T             9:30am-12:30pm     EDELMAN        AS101    3.0     Contact instructor within the first two weeks of class through the MPC
               & Th          9:30am-12:30pm                    IC105            Art Gallery at 646-3060.
   0694        T             1:00pm- 4:00pm     BRANSFIELD     AS101    3.0
               & Th          1:00pm- 4:00pm                    IC105            PHOT 93            PRACTICUM: PHOTOGRAPHY
   1123        M             6:00pm- 9:00pm     BRANSFIELD     IC106    3.0     Prerequisites: PHOT 1A
               &W            6:00pm- 9:00pm                    IC105            Supervised lab practice in photography for individualized develop-
                                                                                ment. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
   1124        Sat           9:00am-12:00pm     JABLONSKI, P   IC105    3.0
                                                                                Transfer: CSU.
               & Sat         1:00pm- 4:00pm                    IC106
                                                                                   0080        M             2:00pm- 4:00pm        CASANAVE, M    IC106    1.5
PHOT 10              BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY                                                     &W            2:00pm- 4:30pm
Introductory non-laboratory course in camera operation, exposure,                  1127                      Wkly hrs by arr       JABLONSKI, P   IC106    1.5
color film, color composition and lighting with application to general           Four and one half hours per week by arrangement between 9am-
photography, magazine and newspaper reproduction and slide                       4pm, Saturdays.
presentations. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
   1125        Sat           9:00am-12:00pm     METTLER        AS101    3.0     PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHOT 50              PORTRAITURE PHOTOGRAPHY                                    PHED 2A GOLF I
Advisories: PHOT 1A; eligibility for ENGL 1A.                                   Development of skill and knowledge of the basic swing, equipment,
Exploration of various styles and techniques used in contemporary               rules and etiquette of golf. Combinations of PHED 2A, 2B, 2C may be
portraiture. Topics include the history and ethics of portraiture,              taken four times. LG-C/NC
lighting, posing, and composition. LG-C/NC                                      Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                     0699        W             9:00am-11:00am        HAUSMANN       PE201    0.5
   0695        M             2:00pm- 5:00pm     CASANAVE, M    IC106    3.0     First class meeting in the MPC Gymnasium (PE 201).
               &W            2:00pm- 5:00pm                    IC105




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  Physical Education                                                                                                    Physical Education
  Section Days        Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units         Section Days        Time                  Instructor        Loc/Rm Units
PHED 2B          GOLF II                                                     PHED 20.1          SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASEBALL
Refinement of basic skills and introduction of course play. It is recom-    Physical conditioning and basic skills appropriate for intercollegiate
mended that students take PHED 2A or have basic golf skills before          baseball. Combinations of PHED 19 and 20.1 may be taken four times.
enrolling. Combinations of PHED 2A, 2B, 2C may be taken four times.         LG-C/NC
LG-C/NC                                                                     Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             0708     MTW        1:30pm- 3:30pm        STAFF             BFIELD     1.5
  0700     T          9:00am-12:00pm     RUSSO, J         FFIELD     1.0                           (08/25-11/12)
First class meets in the MPC Gymnasium (PE 201).
                                                                             PHED 20.2          SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASKETBALL -
PHED 2C          GOLF III                                                                       MEN
For the experienced golfer, an opportunity to play local courses. It is     Students learn physical conditioning and basic skills appropriate for
recommended that students take PHED 2B or have intermediate golf            intercollegiate basketball. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
skills before enrolling. Combinations of PHED 2A, 2B, 2C may be taken       Transfer: CSU; UC.
four times. LG-C/NC
                                                                               0709     MTWTh      1:30pm- 3:30pm        SPIERING          PE201      1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                   (08/25-10/16)
  0701     M          8:00am-11:00am     RUSSO, J         PE201      1.0
First class meets in the MPC Gymnasium (PE201).                              PHED 20.3          SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASKETBALL -
  0702     W          8:00am-11:00am     RUSSO, J         PE201      1.0                        WOMEN
First class meets in the MPC Gymnasium (PE201).                             Students learn physical conditioning and basic skills appropriate for
                                                                            intercollegiate basketball. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
PHED 5A TENNIS I                                                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
Introduction to and development of basic skills and knowledge in the           0710     MTWTh      11:30am- 1:30pm       BATES             PE201      1.0
techniques of tennis singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Combinations                              (08/25-10/16)
of PHED 5A, 5B, 5C may be taken four times. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                           PHED 20.5          SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR GOLF
  0703     TTh        12:00pm- 1:00pm    OSGOOD, S        T CTS      0.5    Development of advanced skills appropriate for intercollegiate golf
  0704     F          10:00am-12:00pm    TRAN             T CTS      0.5    competition. Combinations of PHED 20.5 and 21 may be taken four
  1128     Sat        10:00am-12:00pm    TRAN             T CTS      0.5    times. LG-C/NC
                                                                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
PHED 5B          TENNIS II                                                     0711     TTh        2:00pm- 4:00pm        RUSSO, J          FFIELD     1.0
Development of additional competency in basic strokes and skill in
the lob, the smash, the volley, and singles and doubles strategy. It is      PHED 20.6          SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR SOFTBALL
recommended that students take PHED 5A or have basic tennis skills          Physical conditioning and basic skills appropriate for men and women
before enrolling. Combinations of PHED 5A, 5B, 5C may be taken four         interested in fast-pitch softball. May be taken four times for credit.
times. LG-C/NC                                                              LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                          Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0705     F          12:00pm- 2:00pm    TRAN             T CTS      0.5       0712     TTh        3:00pm- 5:15pm        STAFF             SFIELD     1.5
  1129     Sat        12:00pm- 2:00pm    TRAN             T CTS      0.5
                                                                             PHED 29            VARSITY ATHLETIC CONDITIONING
PHED 6           SOCCER                                                     Designed to improve the cardiovascular endurance, muscular
Development of skills in the various offensive and defensive tech-          strength, flexibility and athletic skills of individuals interested in inter-
niques of soccer. Includes rules and team strategy and team play. May       collegiate competition. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                     Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                             0713     MTTh       2:00pm- 3:00pm        RASMUSSEN, M      FTC117     0.5
  0706     MW         12:00pm- 1:30pm    BIELSKI          FFIELD     0.5                           (08/25-11/13)
                      (08/25-10/15)                                         Above section designed for the student athlete.

PHED 12B            COMPETITIVE SWIMMING I                                   PHED 30.1          INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL: WOMEN
Physical conditioning, skill development and knowledge of racing and        Intercollegiate competition in basketball. May be taken four times for
training strategy of competitive swimming. Combinations of PHED             credit. LG
12A, 12B, 12C may be taken four times. LG-C/NC                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                               0714     DAILY      11:30am- 1:30pm       BATES             PE201      1.5
  0707     MTWTh      6:00am- 7:00am     HAZDOVAC         POOL       1.0                           (10/20-12/12)
Above section designed for the master swimmer.




70                                                          Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                            MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
           Education
  Physical Fitness                                                                                                                  Physical Fitness
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units         Section Days        Time                 Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
PHED 30.3             INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL: WOMEN                             PHED 61            ELEMENTS OF FOOTBALL
Intercollegiate competition in volleyball. May be taken two times for credit. LG    Football offense, defense and special teams strategies used in game
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                  competition. May be taken two times for credit. LG-C/NC
   0715       DAILY        3:30pm- 5:30pm         MOORE, K       PE201       3.0    Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                      0722     MTWTh      1:00pm- 2:00pm       RASMUSSEN, M   PE104      1.5
PHED 30.6             INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER: WOMEN                                                       (08/25-11/13)
Intercollegiate competition in soccer. May be taken two times for                   Above section offense.
credit. LG                                                                            0723     MTWTh      3:00pm- 4:00pm       RASMUSSEN, M   PE104      1.5
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                            (08/25-11/13)
   1130       DAILY        6:00pm- 8:00pm         LACKEY, N      FFIELD      3.0    Above section defense.

PHED 31.1             INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL: MEN
Intercollegiate competition in football. May be taken two times for credit. LG      PHYSICAL FITNESS
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                                 FITNESS TRAINING CENTER HOURS
   0716       DAILY        4:00pm- 6:00pm         RASMUSSEN, M   FFIELD      3.0
                                                                                                     6am-7pm • Monday through Thursday
                                                                                                             6am-4pm • Friday
PHED 31.2             INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL: MEN                                                       8am-1pm • Saturday
Intercollegiate competition in basketball. May be taken four times for credit. LG                           10am-2pm • Sunday
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                                             (831) 646-4271
   0717       DAILY        1:30pm- 3:30pm         SPIERING       PE201       1.5
                                                                                         To use the Fitness Training Center:
                           (10/20-12/12)
                                                                                        1. Students must enroll in a section of PFIT 8 Aerobic
PHED 31.5             INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER: MEN                                       Conditioning, PFIT 9 Personal Fitness, PFIT 20 Circuit
Intercollegiate competition in soccer. May be taken two times for credit. LG            Training, or PFIT 50 Independent Fitness and Testing
Transfer: CSU.                                                                          Program, depending on your fitness emphasis.
   0718       DAILY        1:30pm- 3:30pm         BIELSKI, M     FFIELD      3.0
                                                                                        2. All students must check in during one of the first two
PHED 32.4             INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY:                                    days of the semester, August 25 or 26, or be dropped.
                      WOMEN AND MEN
Intercollegiate competition in cross country. May be taken two times                    3. First-time students must attend an orientation
for credit. LG                                                                          session on one of the following days, August 27, 28, 29, 30,
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                      or be dropped.
   0719       DAILY        3:00pm- 5:00pm         JACKSON        TRACK       3.0
                                                                                        Orientation sessions are given at the beginning of each
PHED 33               CHEERLEADING SKILLS                                               hour the Center is open.
Develop fundamental skills in cheerleading including cheers and move-
ment techniques. Learn short and long cheer sequences and tech-                     PFIT 8         AEROBIC CONDITIONING
niques for crowd control. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC               A course designed to focus specifically on the physiological principles
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      of aerobic conditioning. Instruction provided in physical adaptations
   1131       MW           5:00pm- 7:00pm         GAMECHO        FFIELD      1.0    to exercise, program design and application and evaluation through
                                                                                    testing and behavior modification. Activities designed to accommo-
                           (08/25-11/19)                                            date individual students and their goals. May be taken four times for
                                                                                    credit. LG-C/NC
PHED 41               PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC                               Transfer: CSU; UC.
                      INJURIES
Modern athletic training principles. Procedures and techniques for                    0724                Wkly hrs by arr      SPIERING       FTC204     1.0
prevention, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic                   Three hours per week during open hours of the Fitness Training Center.
injuries. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                  PFIT 9         PERSONAL FITNESS
   0720       TTh          8:00am- 9:30am         MCCART, J      PE103       3.0    Provides activities and information designed to increase individual
                                                                                    fitness level of students. Includes running, resistance and flexibility
                                                                                    exercises, weight training, nutrition, and individualized fitness pro-
PHED 50               ORIENTATION FOR ATHLETES                                      grams. Requires four hours by arrangement for pre- and post-fitness
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                    assessment. Combinations of PFIT 9 and 14 may be taken four times.
Designed to help student athletes set education and career goals,                   LG-C/NC
develop study skills, and learn job-acquiring skills and college
resources. LG-C/NC                                                                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
Transfer: CSU.                                                                        0725                Wkly hrs by arr      SPIERING       FTC204     1.0
                                                                                    Three hours per week during open hours of the Fitness Training Center.
   0721       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        SPIERING       PE103       3.0


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  Physical Fitness                                                                                                          Physical Fitness
  Section Days        Time                 Instructor        Loc/Rm Units        Section Days       Time               Instructor       Loc/Rm Units
               WEIGHT TRAINING CENTER HOURS                                   PFIT 17         YOGA
                                                                              An introduction to the principles of yoga including poses and breath-
             10 am to 12 noon • Monday through Friday                         ing techniques. Students will learn to relieve stress, promote relaxation
               3pm-6pm • Monday through Thursday                              and increase flexibility and strength. May be taken four times for
                                                                              credit. LG-C/NC
     To use the Weight Training Center:                                       Transfer: CSU; UC.
     1. You must enroll in a section of PFIT 10 Weight                           0730    MWF        7:00am- 8:00am     FUJII            DA103      1.0
     Training that offers the number of units you wish to earn.                  0731    MWF        10:00am-11:00am    FUJII            DA103      1.0
     This determines the number of hours you will exercise                       0732    TTh        4:00pm- 5:30pm     FUJII            DA103      1.0
     each week.                                                                  1134    TTh        5:30pm- 7:00pm     FUJII            DA103      1.0
                                                                                 1135    Sat        9:00am-11:00am     STAFF            DA103      0.5
     2. All students must check in during one of the first two
     days of the semester, August 25 or 26, or be dropped.                    PFIT 18A        AEROBIC FITNESS I
                                                                              Cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility and endurance training
     3. New students must attend an orientation session on                    performed to music. Students will strengthen and tone the body.
     one of the following days, August 27 or 28, or be dropped.               Combinations of PFIT 18A, 18B may be taken four times. LG-C/NC
                                                                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
     Orientation sessions are given at the beginning of each
     hour the Center is open.                                                    0733    MW         8:00am- 9:00am     FUJII            DA101      0.5
                                                                                 0734    MW         9:00am-10:00am     MOLDENHAUER      DA101      0.5
                                                                              Above section kick boxing aerobics.
PFIT 10        WEIGHT TRAINING
Weight training exercises and routines for developing and maintain-
                                                                                 0735    TTh        8:00am- 9:00am     BENAVENTE        DA101      0.5
ing muscular tone, strength, and endurance. May be taken four times           Above section step aerobics.
for credit. LG-C/NC                                                              0736    TTh        12:00pm- 1:00pm    MOLDENHAUER      DA101      0.5
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                            Above section kick boxing aerobics.
  0726                Wkly hrs by arr      RASMUSSEN, M      FTC117     1.0      1136    MW         5:30pm- 6:30pm     BENAVENTE        DA101      0.5
Three hours per week during open hours of the Weight Training Center.         Above section step aerobics.

PFIT 13        STABILITY BALL TRAINING                                        PFIT 18B        AEROBIC FITNESS II
Students are introduced to stretching and strengthening exercises             Continuation of PFIT 18A at the intermediate level. Combinations of
on a stability ball. Designed for varying fitness levels and abilities with   PFIT 18A, 18B may be taken four times. LG-C/NC
emphasis on alignment, posture and efficiency. May be taken four              Transfer: CSU; UC.
times for credit. LG-C/NC                                                        0737    MW         8:00am- 9:00am     FUJII            DA101      1.0
Transfer: CSU.                                                                           & TTh      8:00am- 9:00am     BENAVENTE
  0727      MW        12:00pm- 1:00pm      BUTLER            DA101      0.5   Above section step aerobics on T/Th.

PFIT 15        CORE MATWORK                                                   PFIT 19         BODY SCULPTING
Introduces students to body conditioning based on the method of               Students will learn exercises to promote strength, muscle endurance
Joseph Pilates. Designed for varying fitness levels and abilities, this       and flexibility using hand weights, resistance bands and balance
is a unique system of strengthening and stretching exercises which            equipment. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
tone muscles, provide flexibility and balance, improve posture, and           Transfer: CSU.
promote stress reduction and unity of body and mind. May be taken
four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                                 0738    TTh        9:00am-10:00am     MOLDENHAUER      DA101      0.5
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                 1137    MW         4:30pm- 5:30pm     ELDER            DA101      0.5
  0728      MWF       9:00am-10:00am       FUJII             DA103      1.0   PFIT 20         CIRCUIT TRAINING
  1198      TTh       12:00pm-1:00pm       STAFF             DA103      0.5   Weight training for strength and endurance alternating with cardiovas-
  1132      TTh       7:00pm- 8:00pm       FUJII             DA102      0.5   cular/aerobic workouts. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
PFIT 16        T’AI CHI                                                          0739               Wkly hrs by arr    SPIERING         FTC204     1.0
A series of slow, gentle movements to promote a deeper relationship           Three hours per week during open hours of the Fitness Center.
to the body which increases health, strength and flexibility if practiced
regularly. Class will include exercises for relaxation, deep breathing           1138    TTh        5:00pm- 6:30pm     MOLDENHAUER      DA101      1.0
and centering. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                    Above section group fitness, T/Th from 5-6:30pm, DA101.
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0729      TTh       10:00am-11:30am      SCOTT-BEHREN      DA101      1.0
  1133      Sat       9:00am-10:30am       OLSON, L          DA101      0.5




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                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Physical Fitness                                                                                                          Physical Fitness
  Section Days       Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units         Section Days      Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units
PFIT 21       FLEXIBILITY AND RELAXATION TECHNIQUES                        PFIT 51         FITNESS AND WELLNESS STRATEGIES
Movement principles related to flexibility and stretching exercises. In-   Development of a personal fitness/lifestyle plan. Assessment of
cludes discussion of psychological and physiological causes of tension     current lifestyle and development of strategies for health nutrition,
and stress as well as stress-reduction and relaxation exercises. May be    fitness, and stress management. To satisfy CSU Area E, student must
taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC                                       also complete one unit from the following: PFIT 10, 18A, 21, 22A, 50
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                         or ADPE 9, 13, 17. LG-C/NC
  0740     MW        12:00pm- 1:00pm     WHITE, W        DA102      0.5    Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                              0746    TTh       9:30am-10:30am      PARKER, C        PE103      2.0
PFIT 22A      FITNESS THROUGH SWIMMING I                                      0747              Wkly hrs by arr     SARE             ONLINE     2.0
Designed to improve the level of physical fitness of students by guid-                          (09/03-10/29)
ing them individually through a progressive conditioning program in        ONLINE COURSE. ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday, September 3,
swimming. Combinations of PFIT 22A, 22B may be taken four times.           6-7pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Internet. Students
LG-C/NC                                                                    must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                         For additional information email instructor at dsare@mpc.edu or visit
  0741     MTWTh     9:00am-10:00am      HAZDOVAC        POOL       1.0    her website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/dawn_sare Click on PFIT 51
                                                                           and “Getting Started.”
  0742     MTWTh     11:00am-12:00pm     STAFF           POOL       1.0
  0743     MTWTh     12:00pm- 1:00pm     STAFF           POOL       1.0
                                                                           PFIT 60         FITNESS EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
  1139     MTWTh     6:00pm- 7:00pm      HAZDOVAC        POOL       1.0    A basic introduction to exercise physiology including how carbohy-
                                                                           drates and fats are used during exercise. The neuromuscular system,
PFIT 30       INTRODUCTION TO TRIATHLON TRAINING                           cardiorespiratory system and their responses and adaptations to exer-
Students will learn to design and implement personal training sched-       cise are covered. Also covered are the components of physical fitness
ules for triathlon competition. Developing skills in open water swim-      and environmental considerations. LG-C/NC
ming, cycling and running. Basic swimming skills strongly                  Transfer: CSU.
recommended. May be taken four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                              0748    MW        2:00pm- 4:00pm      ELDER            PE103      1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                                (10/20-11/12)
  0744     W         5:30pm- 7:30pm      OSGOOD, S       TRACK      2.0
           & TTh     8:00am- 9:00am                      POOL              PFIT 63         FITNESS ANATOMY AND KINESIOLOGY
                                                                           Introduction to skeletal and muscular anatomy as well as a brief over-
                      PHYSICAL FITNESS LAB                                 view of the cardiovascular, nervous and respiratory systems. Focus of
  The Physical Fitness Lab is the classroom for PFIT 50 Indepen-           the course on the basics of analysis of movement. LG-C/NC
  dent Fitness and Testing Program. It is also the site for Fitness        Transfer: CSU.
  Assessments. The Lab is located in the Physical Fitness Building            0749    MW        2:00pm- 4:00pm      FUJII            PE103      2.0
  (between the track and the pool). Students in Personal Fitness,                               (08/25-10/15)
  Weight Training, Circuit Training, Triathlon Training, Fitness
  through Swimming, Aerobic Conditioning, Independent Fitness,             PFIT 82         THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE I
  and Aerobics Fitness receive assessments each semester.                  Provides instruction in the theory and practice of therapeutic mas-
                                                                           sage. Covers various styles of massage, body mechanics, ethics,
                      Physical Fitness Lab hours:                          benefits, contraindications, evaluation skills, anatomy and physiology.
            9am to 12 noon • Monday, Wednesday, Friday                     Massage Practitioner certificate granted upon successful completion
        For more information, call (831) 646-4271 or 646-4225              of PFIT 63, 82, 83, and fifty intern hours. LG-C/NC
                    or ask your fitness instructor.                        Transfer: CSU.
      ALL REGISTERED STUDENTS MUST CHECK IN AT THE                            0750    TTh       9:30am- 1:30pm      TUFF             PE205      4.0
     FITNESS CENTER DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS.                           1140    WF        6:00pm-10:00pm      PIAS             PE205      4.0

PFIT 50       INDEPENDENT FITNESS AND TESTING                              PFIT 83         THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE II
              PROGRAM                                                      Supplementary massage techniques, anatomy and physiology, special
An independent personal fitness program planned and implemented            populations, wellness models and career development. It is recom-
with student goals and a physical fitness assessment profile. An indi-     mended that students take PFIT 63 and PFIT 82, or have basic massage
vidualized exercise program developed through personal counseling.         skills and anatomical knowledge before enrolling. LG-C/NC
Appropriate for individuals with special fitness needs. May be taken       Transfer: CSU.
four times for credit. LG-C/NC
                                                                              1141    TTh       6:00pm-10:00pm      ONO              PE205      4.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
  0745               Wkly hrs by arr     VITANZA         FTC204     1.0
Three hours per week between 9am-12 noon, MWF in the Fitness
Training Center.




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   Physical
   Physics Fitness                                                                                                                                       Physics
   Section Days              Time              Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                    Instructor             Loc/Rm Units
PFIT 180           MASSAGE THERAPY SKILLS LAB                                  PFIT 485          EXERCISE TO MUSIC
Prerequisites or Corequisites: PFIT 82                                         Teaches rhythmical movements to enhance the health and well-being
Provides the opportunity to apply and refine previously acquired               of older persons. Designed to stimulate both the body and mind. Each
massage therapy skills in a supervised setting. Students who do not            session begins with stretches prior to a variety of rhythmical move-
attend class orientation during the first week will be dropped. May be         ments designed to develop muscular response, and then ends with a
taken for a maximum of four units. C/NC                                        cool-down period. NC
   0751                      Wkly hrs by arr   TUFF           PE205    0.5        0767       M            10:30am- 1:30pm         JAMES, B               AMLG      0.0
One and one-half hours per week by arrangement, Mondays 6-9pm                  “Line Dancercise”: Information and registration at the American
and Fridays 9am-12 noon & 1-4pm, in the Massage Skills Lab.                    Legion Hall, 1089 Johnson St., Monterey.
   0752                      Wkly hrs by arr   TUFF           PE205    1.0        0768                    Wkly hrs by arr         MOLDENHAUER            DA101     0.0
Three hours per week by arrangement, Mondays 6-9pm and Fridays                 See instructor before registering.
9am-12 noon & 1-4pm, in the Massage Skills Lab.                                   0769       W            9:00am-12:00pm          JAMES, B               AMLG      0.0
                                                                               “Line Dancercise”. Information and registration at the American Legion
PFIT 400           FITNESS ASSESSMENT LAB                                      Hall, 1089, Johnson St. Monterey.
Assessment of current physical condition including aerobic capacity,
muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composi-           PFIT 496          YOGA WITH MUSIC
tion. Mid-semester and end of semester follow-up. NC
                                                                               Traditional yoga stretching exercises to relieve stress and tension,
   0753                      Wkly hrs by arr   VITANZA        FTC204   0.0     balance the body for graceful posture and movement; increase
Fitness Lab is open MWF, 9am-12 noon.                                          energy for optimal health. NC
                                                                                  0771                    Wkly hrs by arr         FUJII                  DA103     0.0
PFIT 421           PERSONAL FITNESS                                            See instructor before registering.
Designed to improve health and wellness. Provides a total fitness
program which includes a complete physical fitness profile, and indi-
vidually prescribed exercise program, and personal counseling based            PHYSICS
on assessment. Instruction provided in the weight and cardiovascular
rooms and in the aquatics area. NC
   0756                      Wkly hrs by arr   ANASTASIA, T   ANAST    0.0     PHYS 2A           GENERAL PHYSICS I
                                                                               Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of MATH 13.
Information and registration at Anastasia’s Club Fit, 1146 Forest Ave.,        Basic mechanics, including kinematics, Newton’s Laws, gravitation,
Pacific Grove.
                                                                               work, energy, momentum, rotation, static equilibrium, oscillations and
   0757                      Wkly hrs by arr   BENAK          EBC      0.0     wave motion, fluids, and thermodynamics. LG
Information and registration at Energia Body Centre, 760 Del Monte
                                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN PHYS 2)(PHYS2A + PHYS2B = CAN PHYS SEQ A)
Center, Monterey.
   0760                      Wkly hrs by arr   HAZDOVAC       POOL     0.0        0776       MWF          8:00am- 9:00am          MICHAELS               PS107     4.0
See instructor before registering.                                                           & TTh        11:00am- 1:00pm
   0755                      Wkly hrs by arr   SOEKARDI       GRDMRY   0.0        0777       MWF          8:00am- 9:00am          MICHAELS               PS107     4.0
Information and registration at Garden Health & Fitness, 2000 Garden                         & TTh        4:00pm- 6:00pm          STAFF
Road, Monterey.
   0758                      Wkly hrs by arr   SOEKARDI       GRDLVY   0.0     PHYS 3A           SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
Information and registration at Garden Health & Fitness-Longevity,             Prerequisites: MATH 20A
26536 Carmel Rancho Blvd., Carmel.                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0759                      Wkly hrs by arr   VIERRA, J.     MSPORT   0.0     Topics in mechanics, including kinematics, Newton’s Laws, gravita-
Information and registration at Monterey Sports Center, 301 E. Franklin        tion, work, energy, momentum, rotation, static equilibrium, fluids and
St., Monterey.                                                                 oscillations. LG
                                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC. (PHYS3A + PHYS3B + PHYS3C = CAN PHYS SEQ B)
PFIT 425           FLEXIBILITY AND RELAXATION TECHNIQUES                       (CAN PHYS 8)
Stretching exercises, movement principles related to flexibility.                 0778       TWThF        1:00pm- 2:00pm          MICHAELS               PS107     4.0
Techniques for relaxing more easily and completely. NC                                       &M           1:00pm- 4:00pm          WEI
   0765                      Wkly hrs by arr   FUJII          DA103    0.0
See instructor before registering.                                             PHYS 3B           SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PHYSICS II
   0766                      Wkly hrs by arr   SCOTT-BEHREN   DA101    0.0     Prerequisites: PHYS 3A
                                                                               Corequisites: MATH 20C
See instructor before registering.                                             Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   1142                      Wkly hrs by arr   OLSON, L       DA101    0.0     Topics in electricity and magnetism and an introduction to relativity.
See instructor before registering.                                             LG
                                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC. (PHYS3A + PHYS3B + PHYS3C = CAN PHYS SEQ B)
                                                                               (CAN PHYS 12)
                                                                                  0779       MWF          10:00am-11:00am         WEI                    PS107     4.0
                                                                                             & TTh        2:00pm- 4:00pm




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                                                                                                                               MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Physics                                                                                                                              Political Science
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
PHYS 10            INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS                                       POLS 4            INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
A non-mathematical conceptual course for the non-science major.                  Issues, strategies, and theories pertinent to nation-states and other
Evolution of physical concepts and their importance and application              key factors in world politics. U.S. national security interests in the
in the modern world. LG-C/NC                                                     formulation and conduct of American foreign policy. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                               Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0780       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        WEI           PS107    4.0        0788       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         TAYLOR       SS101      3.0
              &W           2:00pm- 5:00pm
                                                                                 POLS 8            POLITICS OF TRANSITION IN THE POST-
                                                                                                   COMMUNIST ERA
PHYSIOLOGY                                                                       Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 Theory and practice of transition and integration as they apply to the
     See also courses listed under ANATOMY and BIOLOGY                           politics and economics of former Communist nations in the post-Cold
     in this schedule.                                                           War, post-Communist era. Includes fundamental changes in the 21st
                                                                                 century on both the national and international levels. LG-C/NC
PHSO 1             GENERAL HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY                                      Transfer: CSU; UC.
Prerequisites: ANAT 1 and 2; CHEM 30A                                               0789                    Wkly hrs by arr        MIHU         LVRM       3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                                            (10/22-12/10)
Fundamental processes of life and their integration for the living               LIVING ROOM SERIES. THREE MANDATORY CLASS MEETINGS, both
human organism. Cellular metabolism, homeostatic mechanism,                      DLI and civilian students: Wednesday, October 22, November 5, and
and coordinating factors. Appropriate for majors in nursing, physical            December 10, 6-8:30pm, SS104. After registering, pick up Course Intro-
therapy, dental hygiene, physical education, occupational therapy and            duction Packet and textbook from the MPC Bookstore. Instructor can be
related fields. LG                                                               reached on meeting days before class. Course strongly recommended
Transfer: CSU; UC. (PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL 12)(ANAT1 + ANAT2 +                 for DLI and transfer students.
PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL SEQ B)
   1143       MW           5:30pm- 7:00pm         FULLER        LF101    3.0     POLS 10           WOMEN IN AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
PHSO 2             GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY                                 Roles and influence of women in contemporary American politics,
Prerequisites: or Corequisites: PHSO 1                                           including current campaigns and future strategies. Legal and civil
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  rights of women in areas of employment, credit, criminal law, and
Measurement and analysis of physiological phenomena. Appropriate                 public participation. Satisfies CSU American Institutions requirement.
for majors in nursing, physical therapy, dental hygiene, physical                Also offered as Women’s Studies 10; credit may be earned only once.
education, occupational therapy and related fields. LG                           LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC. (PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL 12)(ANAT1 + ANAT2 +                 Transfer: CSU; UC.
PHSO1 + PHSO2 = CAN BIOL SEQ B)                                                     0790       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        MAWHIRTER    SS201      3.0
   0781       MW           11:00am- 2:00pm        FULLER        LS105    2.0
   0782       MW           2:00pm- 5:00pm         FULLER        LS105    2.0     POLS 16           AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN AMERICAN
   1144       MW           7:00pm-10:00pm         STAFF         LS105    2.0                       GOVERNMENT
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 Analysis of the relationship between African-Americans and the
POLITICAL SCIENCE                                                                American political system at the national, state, and local levels.
                                                                                 Emphasis on American politics and their impact on African-Americans
                                                                                 as a racial and ethnic minority in the context of American political
POLS 1             AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                          democracy. Also offered as Ethnic Studies 16; credit may be earned
                                                                                 only once. LG-C/NC
Analyzes the concepts, issues, and problems associated with politics
and governing at the national, state, and local levels. Satisfies CSU            Transfer: CSU; UC.
American Institutions requirement. LG-C/NC                                          0791       MW           3:00pm- 4:30pm         STAFF        SS104      3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN GOVT 2)
   0783       MWF          11:00am-12:00pm        STAFF         SS201    3.0     POLS 18           LATINOS IN AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0784       MWF          12:00pm- 1:00pm        STAFF         SS201    3.0
                                                                                 Analysis of the relationship between Latinos and the American politi-
   0785       TTh          11:00am-12:30pm        CRUICKSHANK   CDC201   3.0     cal system at the national, state, and local levels. Emphasis on the
   0786       TTh          1:00pm- 2:30pm         CRUICKSHANK   SS205    3.0     American political systems, its political institutions, the principles and
   0787                    Wkly hrs by arr        CRUICKSHANK   ONLINE   3.0     processes that give rise to them and their impact on Latinos as an eth-
                           (10/20-12/08)                                         nic minority in the context of American political democracy. Emphasis
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, October                   on the Mexican-American political experience. Also offered as Ethnic
20, 6-7pm, LTC203. This course is offered through the Internet. Students         Studies 18; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.          Transfer: CSU.
For instructions on how to get started with the course check the instruc-           0792       TTh          12:30pm- 2:00pm        CABRERA, K   SS202      3.0
tor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Robert_Cruickshank
   1145       Th           6:30pm- 9:30pm         TOMB          SS202    3.0

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  Psychology                                                                                                                                     Psychology
   Section Days             Time                     Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time              Instructor       Loc/Rm Units

PSYCHOLOGY                                                                          PSYC 25            CHILD AND ADULT DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
     See also courses listed under HUMAN SERVICES in this                           Introduction to theories and principles of developmental psychology
     schedule.                                                                      correlating physical and emotional developmental patterns of physical,
                                                                                    social and psychological growth. LG-C/NC
                                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
PSYC 1            GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                                0799        MW            12:00pm- 1:30pm   HOBBS            MT1       3.0
Provides a scientific understanding of the principles of general                    Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
psychology. Special attention given to the topics of scientific meth-               289 12th Street, Marina.
odology, growth and development, social influences on behavior,                        0800                      Wkly hrs by arr   HOBBS            LVRM      3.0
intelligence, motivation, emotion, learning, perception, conflicts and              LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Wednesday,
mental health. LG-C/NC                                                              August 27, 4:30-6pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Wednesdays
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN PSY 2)                                                      September 24, October 22, December 3, and December 17 in SS201. For
   0793       MW            10:00am-11:30am          HOBBS         MT1      3.0     course information contact instructor at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.edu
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                           0801                      Wkly hrs by arr   STAFF            LVRM      3.0
289 12th Street, Marina.                                                            LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
   0794       MW            3:30pm- 5:00pm           O’NEILL, A    SS101    3.0     August 26, 5-6:30pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Tuesdays
                                                                                    September 23, October 21, December 2 and December 16 in SS201. For
   0795       MWF           10:00am-11:00am          STAFF         SS101    3.0     course information contact Bill Hobbs at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.
   0796       MWF           12:00pm- 1:00pm          STAFF         SS101    3.0     edu
   0797       TTh           9:30am-11:00am           HOBBS         SS102    3.0        0802                      Wkly hrs by arr   STAFF            LVRM      3.0
   0798       TTh           12:30pm- 2:00pm          STAFF         SS101    3.0     LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:Thursday,
   1146       Th            6:00pm- 9:00pm           TRIPLETT, R   SS102    3.0     August 28, 5:30-7pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Thursdays
                                                                                    September 25, October 23, December 4 and December 18 in SS201. For
PSYC 3            INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                                 course information contact Bill Hobbs at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.edu
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110; PSYC 1 and/or SOCI 1.                         0803        TTh           11:00am-12:30pm   HOBBS            SS202     3.0
Examines contemporary research and theory on the social influences                     1179                      Wkly hrs by arr   CARNEY           ONLINE    3.0
of personality, attitudes, beliefs and social interaction. Topical issues           ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Thursday, August
range from alienation, aggression, prejudice, and obedience to at-                  28, 6:30-7:30pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Internet.
titude change, cooperation, conformity and attraction. Also offered as              Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the
Sociology 3; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC                                Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                  the instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Caroline_Carney
   1147       M             6:00pm- 9:00pm           O’NEILL, A    SS101    3.0     or email CCarney@mpc.edu

PSYC 6            PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN                                               PSYC 33            PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                             Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
The developmental process of women; societal and biological factors                 Introduction to the development of human potential, adjustment,
that influence behavior and self-image. Explores ways to promote                    mental health, and social problems. Includes strategies useful in
development of women’s full potential and optimum mental health.                    resolving emotional/thinking difficulties. LG-C/NC
Also offered as Women’s Studies 6; credit may be earned only once.                  Transfer: CSU.
LG-C/NC
                                                                                       0804        MWF           12:00pm- 1:00pm   ERIKSON          SS202     3.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   1148       W             5:30pm- 8:30pm           COSTELLO      SS202    3.0     PSYC 35            INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL
                                                                                                       PSYCHOLOGY
                                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                                    Introduction to the symptoms, diagnosis, etiology, and treatment
                                                                                    of abnormal behavior. Emphasis on the major diagnostic categories
                                                                                    described in the DSM-IV. LG-C/NC
                                                                                    Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                       1149        T             6:00pm- 9:00pm    TRIPLETT, R      SS102     3.0




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                                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Psychology                                                                                                                                        Sociology
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units        Section Days             Time                     Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
PSYC 40            HUMAN SEXUALITY                                                 REAL 57A              REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL I
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                           Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Physiological, psychological, social, and emotional aspects of sex.               Appraisal of residential property. Introduction to investment valua-
Aesthetic and ethical issues. Review of major statistical studies. Pro-           tion. Partially meets qualification requirement for California State Real
vider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider            Estate and Appraisal License Examinations. LG-C/NC
number 00184 for 45 contact hours. LG-C/NC                                        Transfer: CSU.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                   1152       M             6:00pm- 9:00pm           DANIEL, C      BC201     3.0
   0805       MW           7:30am- 9:00am         O’NEILL, A     SS101    3.0
   0806       TTh          9:30am-11:00am         CALDWELL       MT1      3.0
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                      SAILING AND NAVIGATION
289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                       See NAUTICAL SCIENCE.
   0807       F            12:00pm- 3:00pm        CALDWELL       SS205    3.0

PSYC 50            HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY                                              SEWING
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
This course examines the psychological aspects of health, illness and                  See FASHION.
healing. Topics include stress and coping, personality and health,
importance of intimate loving relationships in creating a healthy mind
and body. LG-C/NC                                                                 SOCIOLOGY
Transfer: CSU.
   0808       MW           1:00pm- 2:30pm         ERIKSON        SS202    3.0     SOCI 1            HUMANITY AND SOCIETY
                                                                                  Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                                  An orientation to the nature and scope of sociology: basic concepts,
REAL ESTATE                                                                       theoretical orientations, and the basic fields of sociology. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SOC 2)
REAL 50            PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE                                         0823       MW            11:00am-12:30pm          JOHNSON, D     SS205     3.0
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
An overview of principles, definitions and problem-solving in field                  0824                     Wkly hrs by arr          JOHNSON, D     LVRM      3.0
of real estate in California. Provides consumer information. Meets                LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
qualification requirement for California State Real Estate License                August 25, 5-5:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays
Examinations. LG-C/NC                                                             September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in SS205. For
                                                                                  course information contact instructor at 646-4164.
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                     0825       TTh           11:00am-12:30pm          JOHNSON, D     SS205     3.0
   1150       Th           6:00pm- 9:00pm         BRENNAN        BC101    3.0
                                                                                     0826                     Wkly hrs by arr          JOHNSON, D     LVRM      3.0
REAL 51            REAL ESTATE PRACTICE                                                                       (10/20-12/08)
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                   LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
Day-to-day operations in real estate brokerage. Listing procedures,               October 20, 5-5:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays
effective advertising, sales techniques, financing, appraising, property          November 3, November 17, December 1 and December 8 in SS205. For
management, leasing. Meets qualification requirement for California               course information contact instructor at 646-4164.
State Real Estate License Examinations. Also offered in the Living
Room Series. LG-C/NC                                                              SOCI 2            CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
   0809                    Wkly hrs by arr        JONES, BECKY   LVRM     3.0     Application of sociological principles to identification and analysis of
                                                                                  selected social problems in contemporary American society. LG-C/NC
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Saturday,
September 6, 9-12pm, BC107. Addtional meetings will be Saturdays,                 Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SOC 4)
9-11am, BC107, 10/04, 11/15, 12/06, and 12/13.                                       0827                     Wkly hrs by arr          JOHNSON, D     LVRM      3.0
                                                                                  LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
REAL 52            LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE                                   August 25, 6-6:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                   September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in SS205. For
California real estate law: ownership, use and transferability of real            course information contact instructor at 646-4164.
estate. Meets qualification requirement of California State Real Estate
License Examinations. LG-C/NC                                                     SOCI 3            INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Transfer: CSU.                                                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110; PSYC 1 and/or SOCI 1.
   1151       W            6:00pm- 9:00pm         BANKS          BC101    3.0     For course description see Psychology 3. Also offered as Psychology 3;
                                                                                  credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                     1155       M             6:00pm- 9:00pm           O’NEILL, A     SS101     3.0




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   Sociology
   Spanish                                                                                                                Speech Communication
   Section Days              Time                 Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days               Time              Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
SOCI 40            MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE                                       SPAN 2A                 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  Prerequisites: SPAN 1B
A sociological examination of family and marriage processes, focusing            Review and completion of all basic grammatical structures with oral
on intimacy development and maintenance in the areas of dating,                  and written drills. Conversational practice with everyday vocabulary.
courtship, cohabitation, reproduction, domestic work-economic roles,             Readings relating to Hispanic culture. LG-C/NC
parenting, and including the causes of relationship demise, marital              Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SPAN 8)
dissolution, and remarriage. LG-C/NC
                                                                                    0837        MW             12:00pm- 2:00pm   LIZANO, S    HU102     5.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                               Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   0828        MWF           9:00am-10:00am       GIUSI         SS101    3.0        1159        MW             5:00pm- 7:00pm    LIZANO, S    HU105     5.0
   0829                      Wkly hrs by arr      JOHNSON, D    LVRM     3.0     Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:
Tuesday, August 26, 4:30-5:15pm. Mandatory testing dates are                      SPAN 35A                SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS I
Mondays September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in                  Advisories: SPAN 2A.
SS205. For course information contact instructor at 646-4164.                    Instruction in standard Spanish usage, for those with limited formal
   0830                      Wkly hrs by arr      JOHNSON, D    LVRM     3.0     training in Spanish in oral, reading, and writing skills. Awareness of
                             (10/20-12/08)                                       Mexican and other Hispanic cultures thorugh appropriate readings
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                     and class discussions. LG-C/NC
October 20, 6-6:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays                 Transfer: CSU; UC.
November 3, November 17, December 1 and December 8 in SS205. For                    2010        TTh            5:00pm- 7:00pm    CABRERA      HU203     4.0
course information contact instructor at 646-4164.                               Above section designed for heritage speakers.

                                                                                  SPAN 50                 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH CONVERSATION
SPANISH                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 2A
                                                                                 Promotes Spanish oral fluency at and beyond the intermediate level.
      For World Language prerequisite challenge exam
                                                                                 Reinforces previously learned materials by emphasizing the practical
      information, please see page 107.                                          application of the language in everyday life situations and current
                                                                                 events. LG-C/NC
SPAN 1A            ELEMENTARY SPANISH I                                          Transfer: CSU.
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                    1091        T              5:30pm- 7:00pm    JEREZ-MOYA   HU102     1.5
Systematic introduction to understanding, speaking, reading and writ-
ing the Spanish language. Emphasis on communication skills, first in
the classroom, then extending to wider cultural contexts. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  SPAN 225A                 BASIC CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I
                                                                                 Introduces students to basic patterns of conversation in realistic
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SPAN 2)(SPAN1A + SPAN1B = CAN SPAN SEQ A)                situations. Provides foundation for SPAN 1A. C/NC
   0831        MW            9:00am-11:00am       LIZANO, S     HU105    5.0        1183        W              4:00pm- 6:30pm    CABRERA      MT4       2.5
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                      Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0832        MW            12:00pm- 2:00pm      JEREZ-MOYA    HU102    5.0     289 12th Street, Marina.
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   0833        TTh           8:00am-10:00am       JEREZ-MOYA    HU102    5.0      SPAN 225B                 BASIC CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                      Prerequisites: SPAN 225A
   0834        TTh           11:00am- 1:00pm      LIZANO, S     HU105    5.0     Continuation of SPAN 225A. Basic patterns of conversation in realistic
                                                                                 situations. Provides foundation for SPAN 1A or 1B. C/NC
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   0835        TTh           3:00pm- 5:00pm       MOLLET, A     HU105    5.0        2011        W              6:00pm- 8:30pm    BUDRIS, M    HU201     2.5
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   1156        MW            7:00pm- 9:00pm       ANDERSON, H   HU105    5.0     SPEECH COMMUNICATION
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.
   1157        TTh           5:30pm- 7:30pm       STAFF         HU105    5.0     SPCH 1             INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                      Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                 Organization and oral presentation of ideas and the development of
SPAN 1B            ELEMENTARY SPANISH II                                         skills in effective methods of delivery. Develops ability to communi-
Prerequisites: SPAN 1A                                                           cate ideas with confidence and poise. Recommended for students in
A continuation of SPAN 1A. LG-C/NC                                               business, education, law, government, politics, sales, and the many
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SPAN 4)(SPAN1A + SPAN1B = CAN SPAN SEQ A)                other fields requiring speeches. LG-C/NC
   0836        TTh           12:00pm- 2:00pm      JEREZ-MOYA    HU102    5.0     Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SPCH 4)
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                         0838        MW             12:30pm- 2:00pm   FOX          BH106     3.0
   1158        MW            5:30pm- 7:30pm       JEREZ-MOYA    HU102    5.0        0839        MWF            9:00am-10:00am    MAY, M       BH106     3.0
Plus two hours per week by arrangement in the Language Lab.                         0840        MWF            10:00am-11:00am   SCHMIDT      BH106     3.0
                                                                                    0841        F              12:30pm- 3:30pm   SCHMIDT      BH106     3.0
                                                                                    1160        T              6:00pm- 9:00pm    ROBERTS, P   BH106     3.0


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                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Speech Communication
   Study Skills Development                                                                                                         Women’s Studies
   Section Days              Time                 Instructor    Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                 Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
SPCH 2             SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION                                      SSKD 200              ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE AND CAREER
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                                     PLANNING
Explores through theory and practice the ways people communicate                 Introduces college policies, procedures, services, and curriculum. Aids
in learning and problem-solving discussions. Will consider how and               in the selection of appropriate college majors and career goals. May
why groups form, managing conflicts, and developing leadership                   be taken for a maximum of two units. C/NC
skills. LG-C/NC                                                                     0810                    Wkly hrs by arr      BUCHHOLZ      TP102    1.0
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                               Student must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
   0842        TTh           9:30am-11:00am       FOX           BH106    3.0
   0843        TTh           12:30pm- 2:00pm      FOX           BH106    3.0      SSKD 305              APPLIED ENGLISH STUDY SKILLS
   0844        TTh           2:00pm- 3:30pm       FOX           BH106    3.0     Study techniques and academic strategies to meet the demands of
   1186        MWF           11:00am-12:00pm      SCHMIDT       BH106    3.0     English-related college coursework. May be taken two times for credit.
   1161        M             6:00pm- 9:00pm       FOX           MT1      3.0     C/NC
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina, 289                    0811                    Wkly hrs by arr      BUCHHOLZ      TP102    1.0
12th Street, Marina.                                                             Students must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
                                                                                    0812                    Wkly hrs by arr      BUCHHOLZ      TP102    2.0
SPCH 3             INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                                   Students must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                 0813                    Wkly hrs by arr      BUCHHOLZ      TP102    3.0
Designed to increase communication knowledge and skills relevant to              Students must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
interpersonal relationships. Topics: self-concept, perception, listening,
managing emotions, and conflict resolution. LG-C/NC
                                                                                  SSKD 320              APPLIED MATH STUDY SKILLS
Transfer: CSU. (CAN SPCH 8)                                                      Study techniques to meet the demands of math-related college
   0845        TTh           8:00am- 9:30am       BOYNTON       BH106    3.0     coursework. May be taken two times for credit. C/NC
   1162        W             6:00pm- 9:00pm       TRIPLETT, R   BH106    3.0        0814                    Wkly hrs by arr      STAFF         TP102    1.0
                                                                                 Students must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
SPCH 54            LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION                                         0815                    Wkly hrs by arr      STAFF         TP102    2.0
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                 Student must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
Designed to assist students interested in developing or improving
communication knowledge and skills relevant to leadership. Theories                 0816                    Wkly hrs by arr      STAFF         TP102    3.0
and application of leadership will be emphasized. Campus and/or                  Students must attend one Study Skills Development orientation.
community involvement will be a required element of this course.
Also offered as Personal Development 54; credit may be earned only                SSKD 400              STUDY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT/
once. LG-C/NC                                                                                           SUPERVISED TUTORING
Transfer: CSU.                                                                   Provides orientation to college life, programs and college academic
   0848        MW            2:00pm- 3:30pm       FOX           BH106    3.0     skills requirements. Includes assessment and skill development in
                                                                                 English, math, and science study skills. NC
                                                                                    0817                    Wkly hrs by arr      BUCHHOLZ      TP102    0.0
STUDY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT                                                         Please contact College Readiness prior to registering at (831)646-4246.
      Students must call College Readiness at (831) 646-4246                        0818                    Wkly hrs by arr      WASHINGTON, S TP102    0.0
      prior to registering for any Study Skills Development or                                                                                 IC101
      Personal Development classes if noted below.                               Please contact Upward Bound prior to registering at (831)646-4129.

      Students must attend a College Readiness orientation
      meeting within the first two weeks of school or they will                  WOMEN’S STUDIES
      be dropped.
                                                                                  WOMN 1                INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES
                                                                                 Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
PERS 50            MAKING COLLEGE COUNT                                          A multidisciplinary introduction to the purpose and subject mat-
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                 ter of Women’s Studies. Perspectives on many social issues affecting
Provides skills and techniques to assist in evaluating personal learn-           women. Also offered as Humanities 1; credit may be earned only once.
ing styles, priorities in use of time, successful study strategies, stress       LG-C/NC
management, identification of values and goals, assertiveness, and
                                                                                 Transfer: CSU; UC.
successful use of campus resources and services. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                      0850       TTh          9:30am-11:00am       COSTELLO      SS202    3.0
   0681        TTh           1:00pm- 2:30pm       JONES, W      LOTBA    3.0




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   Women's Studies                                                                                                                     World Languages
   Section Days               Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
WOMN 4                   IMAGES OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS                                WOMN 12              WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                            Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Examines women in the visual arts, emphasizing American culture                    Covers Native American, African-American, Asian-American, Latina,
over the past four hundred years. Describes the visual arts made by                European-American and immigrant women heroines and “ordinary”
women and what their relationship to society was when they made                    women who have shaped U.S. history and culture. Satisfies the CSU
it. Also offered as Art 4 and Humanities 4; credit may be earned only              American History requirement. Also offered as History 12; credit may
once. LG-C/NC                                                                      be earned only once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                 Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0851        MW             2:00pm- 3:30pm      ELIZABETH       SS201    3.0        0854       TTh          2:30pm- 4:00pm         STAFF        SS201     3.0
   1163        M              5:30pm- 8:30pm      ELIZABETH       SS201    3.0        0855                    Wkly hrs by arr        MAWHIRTER    ONLINE    3.0
                                                                                   ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August
WOMN 6                   PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN                                       25, 5:30pm-6:30pm, LTC203. This course is offered through the Internet.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                            Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the
The developmental process of women; societal and biological factors                Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check
that influence behavior and self-image. Explores ways to promote de-               the instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sarah_Mawhirter
velopment of women’s full potential and optimum mental health. Also                   0856       TTh          12:30pm- 2:00pm        MAWHIRTER    SS201     3.0
offered as Psychology 6; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   1164        W              5:30pm- 8:30pm      COSTELLO        SS202    3.0     WORLD LANGUAGES
                                                                                        See languages by alphabetical order throughout this
WOMN 7                   WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES                                          Schedule of Classes.
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Specific women’s health concerns, including reproductive health,
birth control and birthing, female anatomy and physiology, preventive
medicine, and making alternative medicine choices. Also offered as
Health 7; credit may only be earned once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0852        TTh            9:30am-11:00am      FAIL/ERICKSON   LS102    3.0

WOMN 10                  WOMEN IN AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Roles and influence of women in contemporary American politics, in-
cluding current campaigns and future strategies. Legal and civil rights
of women in areas of employment, credit, criminal law, and public
participation. Satisfies CSU American Institutions requirement. Also of-
fered as Political Science 10; credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0853        TTh            11:00am-12:30pm     MAWHIRTER       SS201    3.0

WOMN 11                  LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
Survey of American, British and international literary works by and
about women, including poetry, fiction, autobiography, drama and
non-fiction prose. Focus on literary trends, style, and issues of race,
class, ethnicity, and cultural identity. Also offered as English 11; credit
may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   1190        MW             12:00pm- 1:30pm     JOHNSON, A      HU205    3.0




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  Distance Learning: Living Room Series                                                        Distance Learning: Living Room Series
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units

DISTANCE LEARNING:                                                              ASTRONOMY
LIVING ROOM SERIES                                                              ASTR 10           INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
     Living Room Series, a distance education program                           Corequisites: ASTR 10L
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
     designed for the convenience of those with limited access
     to the MPC campus, is available to all academically                        Phenomena and principles of astronomy, stressing the evolution of
                                                                                current conceptions of the universe and their influence on culture and
     qualified students. “Hours by arrangement” refers to the
                                                                                technology. LG-C/NC
     hours a student should spend on independent study
     time. Additional course information is available under                     Transfer: CSU; UC.
     Distance Learning at www.mpc.edu                                              0082                    Wkly hrs by arr        MICHAELS     LVRM     3.0
                                                                                LIVING ROOM SERIES: MANDATORY FIELD TRIP: Monday, August 25,
                                                                                8pm, meeting at off-campus site; details outlined in syllabus. Plus 16
ADMINSTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                        hours by arrangement per semester for field trips. Students should
                                                                                study a copy of course schedule and syllabus before enrolling. Copies
                                                                                are available in the MPC Physical Sciences Division Office and the DLI
ADMJ 3           COMMUNITY AND HUMAN RELATIONS                                  Education Center. Labs and field trips are held on Monday nights. Must
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                also be enrolled in ASTR 10L (section 0958) for required laboratory.
Relationship of criminal justice agents and the community; causal
and symptomatic aspects of community understanding; lack of
cooperation and mistrust; study of behavioral causes; ways to develop           ASTR 10L INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
and maintain amicable relationships. LG                                                  LABORATORY
                                                                                Corequisites: ASTR 10
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
   0001                    Wkly hrs by arr        FARRAR, A    LVRM     3.0     Fundamental laboratory study and hands-on examination of the topics
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Mon-                       covered in ASTR 10. Local evening field trips required. LG-C/NC
day, August 25, 5-7pm, LS202. For further information contact                   Transfer: CSU; UC.
(831)646-4004.
                                                                                   0958       M            6:00pm- 8:00pm         MICHAELS     PS107    1.0
                                                                                 MANDATORY INITIAL FIELD TRIP: Monday, August 25, 8pm, meet-
ADMJ 70 JUVENILE LAW AND PROCEDURE
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                  ing at off campus site; details outlined in syllabus. Plus 16 hours by
                                                                                 arrangement per semester for field trips. Students should study a
Techniques of handling juvenile offenders and victims; prevention
                                                                                 copy of the course schedule and syllabus before enrolling. Copies are
and intervention of juvenile criminality; counseling and referral;
                                                                                 available in the MPC Physical Sciences Division Office and the DLI
organization of community resources. Juvenile law and juvenile court
                                                                                 Education Center. Labs and field trips are held on Monday nights.
procedures and codes. LG
                                                                                 Must also be enrolled in ASTR 10 lecture (section 0082).
Transfer: CSU.
   0002                    Wkly hrs by arr        FARRAR, A    LVRM     3.0
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:                            CHEMISTRY
Monday, August 25 7-9pm, LS202. For further information contact
(831)646-4004.                                                                  CHEM 10 EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY
                                                                                Corequisites: CHEM 10L
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                    A non-mathematical course for the non-science major or anyone who
                                                                                is curious about the chemistry behind everyday things. Topics of
ANTH 11          DEALING WITH DIVERSITY                                         current interest and global importance will be discussed, including
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 the greenhouse effect and the ozone layer. LG-C/NC
Addresses race, social class, age, gender and sexual orientation in             Transfer: CSU; UC.
American society. Includes an analysis of the different constraints and            0991                    Wkly hrs by arr        BISHOP, M    LVRM     3.0
motivations of people from different cultural backgrounds. LG-C/NC
                                                                                                           (09/06-10/25)
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                 LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Saturday,
   0016                    Wkly hrs by arr        GAMPER       LVRM     3.0      September 6, 9am-3pm, PS201. Must be enrolled in CHEM 10L (section
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:                             0992) for required laboratory. Of special interest to DLI students. Video
Wednesday, August 27, 4pm, SS102. Mandatory testing dates are                    tapes and DVDs available in the MPC Library and the DLI AISO Library.
Wednesdays October 8, November 19, and December 17 in SS102                      Internet address: www.mpcfaculty.net/mark_bishop/Chemistry_10.htm
at 4pm. For course information please visit instructor’s web page at
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sepp_Gamper or email SGamper@mpc.edu
   0017                    Wkly hrs by arr        GAMPER       LVRM     3.0
                           (09/23-12/16)
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
September 23, 4pm, SS101. Mandatory testing dates are Tuesdays
October 21, November 18, and December 16 in SS101 at 4pm. For
course information please visit the instructor’s web page at
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sepp_Gamper or email SGamper@mpc.edu


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  Distance Learning: Living Room Series                                                        Distance Learning: Living Room Series
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                   Instructor     Loc/Rm Units
CHEM 10L EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY LAB
Corequisites: CHEM 10
                                                                                PSYCHOLOGY
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Fundamental laboratory studies and examination of the topics intro-             PSYC 25           CHILD AND ADULT DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
duced in CHEM 10. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Introduction to theories and principles of developmental psychology
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              correlating physical and emotional developmental patterns of
   0992       Sat          9:00am- 3:00pm         BISHOP, M    PS201    1.0     physical, social and psychological growth. LG-C/NC
                           (09/06-10/25)                                        Transfer: CSU; UC.
Must be enrolled in Living Room Series CHEM 10 lecture (section 0991).             0800                    Wkly hrs by arr        HOBBS          LVRM     3.0
Internet address: www.mpcfaculty.net/mark_bishop/Chemistry_10.htm               LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Wednesday,
                                                                                August 27, 4:30-6pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Wednesdays
                                                                                September 24, October 22, December 3, and December 17 in SS201. For
MUSIC                                                                           course information contact instructor at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.edu
                                                                                   0801                    Wkly hrs by arr        STAFF          LVRM     3.0
MUSI 2              INTRODUCTION TO BROADWAY MUSICALS                           LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                                August 26, 5-6:30pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Tuesdays
Guided listening in understanding the history and development                   September 23, October 21, December 2 and December 16 in SS201. For
of the American musical stage. Emphasis on music by American                    course information contact Bill Hobbs at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.edu
composers. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   0802                    Wkly hrs by arr        STAFF          LVRM     3.0
                                                                                LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING:Thursday,
   0620                    Wkly hrs by arr        SCHAMBER     LVRM     3.0     August 28, 5:30-7pm, SS201. Mandatory testing dates are Thursdays
                           (10/20-12/12)                                        September 25, October 23, December 4 and December 18 in SS201. For
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                    course information contact Bill Hobbs at 646-4169 or BHobbs@mpc.edu
October 20, 5pm in MU119. All audio and video materials are available
from the MPC Library. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED.
                                                                                REAL ESTATE
MUSI 3              INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ AND POP
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                         REAL 51           REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
Development of American jazz music with emphasis on musical                     Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
elements, major innovators, stylistic changes, and the criteria to rate         Day-to-day operations in real estate brokerage. Listing procedures,
a good performance. LG-C/NC                                                     effective advertising, sales techniques, financing, appraising, property
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              management, leasing. Meets qualification requirement for California
                                                                                State Real Estate License Examinations. Also offered in the Living
   0621                    Wkly hrs by arr        SCHAMBER     LVRM     3.0     Room Series. LG-C/NC
                           (08/25-10/17)                                        Transfer: CSU.
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
August 25, 5pm in MU119. All audio and visual materials are available              0809                    Wkly hrs by arr        JONES, BECKY   LVRM     3.0
in the MPC Library. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED.                                   LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Saturday,
                                                                                September 6, 9-12pm, BC107. Addtional meetings will be Saturdays,
                                                                                9-11am, BC107, 10/04, 11/15, 12/06, and 12/13.
POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLS 8              POLITICS OF TRANSITION IN THE POST-
                    COMMUNIST ERA
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Theory and practice of transition and integration as they apply to the
politics and economics of former Communist nations in the post-Cold
War, post-Communist era. Includes fundamental changes in the 21st
century on both the national and international levels. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.
   0789                    Wkly hrs by arr        MIHU         LVRM     3.0
                           (10/22-12/10)
LIVING ROOM SERIES. THREE MANDATORY CLASS MEETINGS, both
DLI and civilian students: Wednesday, October 22, November 5, and
December 10, 6-8:30pm, SS104. After registering, pick up Course
Introduction Packet and textbook from the MPC Bookstore. Instructor
can be reached on meeting days before class. Course strongly recom-
mended for DLI and transfer students.




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                                                                                                                                 MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Distance Learning: Living Room Series                                                                Distance Learning: Online Courses
   Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days              Time                      Instructor    Loc/Rm Units

SOCIOLOGY                                                                       DISTANCE LEARNING:
SOCI 1            HUMANITY AND SOCIETY
                                                                                ONLINE COURSES
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
                                                                                      Monterey Peninsula College also offers distance learning
An orientation to the nature and scope of sociology: basic concepts,
theoretical orientations, and the basic fields of sociology. LG-C/NC                  through online courses. Students must have access to
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SOC 2)                                                        a computer and e-mail. If the student does not have a
                                                                                      computer, he/she should check with the MPC Library
   0824                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON, D   LVRM     3.0
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                          and Technology Center for computer access information.
August 25, 5-5:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays                       Additional course information is available under Distance
September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in SS205.                        Learning at www.mpc.edu
For course information contact instructor at 646-4164.
   0826                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON, D   LVRM     3.0
                           (10/20-12/08)                                        ART
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
October 20, 5-5:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays                ART 1              INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTS
November 3, November 17, December 1 and December 8 in SS205.                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
For course information contact instructor at 646-4164.                          A survey of the arts for the non-major, with emphasis on contempo-
                                                                                rary art forms. Illustrated lectures and films on painting, sculpture and
                                                                                architecture. LG-C/NC
SOCI 2            CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110                                         Transfer: CSU; UC.
Application of sociological principles to identification and analysis of           0029                      Wkly hrs by arr           JANICK        ONLINE   3.0
selected social problems in contemporary American society. LG-C/NC                                           (09/19-12/12)
Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN SOC 4)                                                  ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Friday, Septem-
   0827                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON, D   LVRM     3.0     ber 19, 5-6pm, LF102. NO-SHOWS WILL BE DROPPED. Students must
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                    have access to a computer and be familiar with using the internet. DVDs
August 25, 6-6:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays                 available in library. There will be two additional MANDATORY meetings
September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in SS205.                  off-campus on Saturday, November 1 and December 6, locations to be
For course information contact instructor at 646-4164.                          announced at orientation. Online discussion format. For more informa-
                                                                                tion email: rjanick@mpc.edu or go to www.mpcfaculty.net/rick_janick
SOCI 40           MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
A sociological examination of family and marriage processes, focusing
                                                                                BUSINESS
on intimacy development and maintenance in the areas of dating,
courtship, cohabitation, reproduction, domestic work-economic roles,
                                                                                BUSI 1A            FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
                                                                                Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A; elig for MATH 263; BUSI 120A.
parenting, and including the causes of relationship demise, marital
                                                                                Accounting concepts, application of theory to accumulating and
dissolution, and remarriage. LG-C/NC
                                                                                summarizing financial data, analysis and interpretation of financial
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                              statements. Recommended for transfer majors. LG-C/NC
   0829                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON, D   LVRM     3.0     Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN BUS 2)(BUSI1A + BUSI1B = CAN BUS SEQ A)
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,                      0101                      Wkly hrs by arr           MIKKELSEN     ONLINE   4.0
August 26, 4:30-5:15pm. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays
                                                                                ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,
September 29, October 27, November 17 and December 8 in SS205. For
                                                                                August 25, 5-6pm, BC107. Students must have access to a computer
course information contact instructor at 646-4164.
                                                                                and be familiar with the using the Internet. For more information
   0830                    Wkly hrs by arr        JOHNSON, D   LVRM     3.0     contact instructor at: jmikkelsen@mpc.edu
                           (10/20-12/08)
LIVING ROOM SERIES. MANDATORY INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,                    BUSI 18            BUSINESS LAW
October 20, 6-6:45pm, SS205. Mandatory testing dates are Mondays                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
November 3, November 17, December 1 and December 8 in SS205. For                Acquaints students with court procedures, contracts, legal and social
course information contact instructor at 646-4164.                              environment of business, personal property and bailment, sales,
                                                                                commercial paper, agency and employment. LG-C/NC
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC.
                                                                                   0103                      Wkly hrs by arr           CASTILLO, L   ONLINE   3.0
                                                                                ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Thursday,
                                                                                August 28, 5-6pm, LTC203/204. Students must have access to a computer
                                                                                and be familiar with using the Internet. For more information, please go
                                                                                to the instructor’s website at: www.mpcfaculty.net/leandro_castillo




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   Distance Learning: Online Courses                                                                   Distance Learning: Online Courses
   Section Days              Time                 Instructor   Loc/Rm Units        Section Days             Time                      Instructor            Loc/Rm Units
BUSI 24            BUSINESS ISSUES AND ETHICS
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                CHILD DEVELOPMENT
The study of ethical issues facing American businesses today includ-
                                                                                CHDV 1            CHILD DEVELOPMENT
ing environmental pollution, insider trading, and sexual harassment.            Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Focus is on the responsibility of businesses to all parties affected by
                                                                                Examines prenatal life through adolescence, focusing on the develop-
their decisions. LG-C/NC
                                                                                ment of children’s physical, mental, social and emotional development
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  and factors influencing development. Includes observation of children
   0107                      Wkly hrs by arr      TIMM         ONLINE   3.0     in various settings. LG-C/NC
                             (09/02-12/16)                                      Transfer: CSU; UC.
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday,                           0136                     Wkly hrs by arr           MILLOVICH             ONLINE        3.0
9/02/08, 5-6pm, BC202. Students must have access to a computer and              ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday, August
be familiar with the Internet. Course materials can be accessed one             25, 6:30-7:30pm, LTC203. Students must have access to a computer and
week before orientation by visiting: http://ilearn.mpc.edu and                  be familiar with using the Internet. For course information contact in-
following the login instructions.                                               structor at (831) 645-1300 ext. 6114 or jmillovich@mpc.edu. For instruc-
                                                                                tions on how to get started with the course check the instructor’s website
BUSI 40            PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                                     at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/June_Millovich
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
Operational analysis of the manager’s role in all types of organizations.
Management issues in planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and             ECONOMICS
controlling. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  ECON 2            PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO
                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155.
   0110                      Wkly hrs by arr      TIMM         ONLINE   3.0
                                                                                Analysis of fundamental economic concepts, basic economic institutions,
                             (10/15-12/10)                                      national income analysis and determinants of income and employment,
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday,                      monetary and banking systems, government monetary and fiscal policies,
October 15, 5-6pm, BC204. Students must have access to a computer and           international trade and current economic problems. LG-C/NC
be familiar with using the Internet. Course materials can be accessed one
                                                                                Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ECON 2)
week before orientation by visiting: http://ilearn.mpc.edu and following
login instructions.                                                                1202                     Wkly hrs by arr           ALBERT                ONLINE        3.0
                                                                                ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August
BUSI 50            INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING                                    25, 6-7pm, LTC216. This course is offered through the Internet. Students
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                 must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.
Factors affecting flow of goods from producer to consumer. Consum-              For instructions on how to get started with the course, check the
er in the marketplace, trends in retailing and wholesaling, importance          instructor's website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Steve_Albert
of marketplace, importance of marketing research, sales management
techniques, and effect of government controls on marketing. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                ENGLISH
   0112                      Wkly hrs by arr      TIMM         ONLINE   3.0
                                                                                ENGL 1A           COMPOSITION AND ANALYTICAL READING
                             (08/27-10/22)                                      Prerequisites: Qualifying reading and writing assessment results or satisfactory completion of
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday,                      ENGL 111 or ENSL 110
August 27, 5-6pm, BC204. Students must have access to a computer and            Advisories: LIBR 50 (may be taken concurrently); ENGL 112.
be familiar with using the Internet. Course materials can be accessed one       Analyze, discuss, and appreciate the ideas and literary craft in essays
week before orientation by visiting: http://ilearn.mpc.edu and following        and books by our best professional writers. Write essays that logically
login instructions.                                                             develop a thesis, are written in an engaging style, and are free from
                                                                                syntactical/mechanical errors. WRITING REQUIREMENT: Minimum of
BUSI 70            BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                                      8,000 words. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                             Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ENGL 2)(ENGL1A + ENGL1B = CAN ENGL SEQ A)
Correspondence in selected business areas: selling, employment,                    0305                     Wkly hrs by arr           OSBURG                ONLINE        3.0
adjustments and complaints, announcements, credit and collections,              ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday, August 26,
report preparation, oral communication, and communication recep-                2008 6-8pm, LTC216. Students must have access to a computer and be familiar
tion: reading and listening. Non-verbal communication. LG-C/NC                  with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website:
Transfer: CSU.                                                                  http://www.mpcfaculty.net/jonathan_osburg for additional course information.
   0113                      Wkly hrs by arr      STAFF        ONLINE   3.0
ONLINE COURSE. RECOMMENDED ORIENTATION MEETING: Tuesday,
August 26, 4-6pm, BC208. Students must have access to a computer
and be familiar with using the Internet. For more information contact
the instructor’s email address at: dbusse@mpc.edu Above section will
hold optional meetings on the following Tuesdays: 9/02, 11/25 and
12/02 from 4-6pm in BC208.




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                                                                                                                                           MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
   Distance Learning: Online Courses                                                                               Distance Learning: Online Courses
   Section Days               Time                    Instructor           Loc/Rm Units         Section Days            Time                   Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ENGL 10            LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT MEN
Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                             HISTORY
Literary survey of reading and writing about various sources, enact-
                                                                                             HIST 12          WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
ments, and depictions of maleness, manhood, virility, and masculinity                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
in essays, films, short stories, music, and poetry either by men or about
                                                                                             Covers Native American, African-American, Asian-American, Latina,
men. LG-C/NC
                                                                                             European-American and immigrant women heroines and “ordinary”
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                           women who have shaped U.S. history and culture. Satisfies the CSU
   0318                       Wkly hrs by arr         CLEMENS              ONLINE    3.0     American History requirement. Also offered as Women’s Studies 12;
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Thursday, August                              credit may be earned only once. LG-C/NC
28, 2008, 5-6pm, LTC 216. Students must have access to a computer                            Transfer: CSU; UC.
and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website for                        0442                    Wkly hrs by arr        MAWHIRTER    ONLINE   3.0
more information. http://www.mpcfaculty.net/david_clemens
                                                                                             ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August
                                                                                             25, 5:30-6:30pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the
ENGL 40            AMERICAN LITERATURE                                                       Internet. Students must have access to a computer and be familiar
Prerequisites: ENGL 1A                                                                       with using the Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the
Advisories: ENGL 1B                                                                          course, check the instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/
A comprehensive survey of American prose and poetry from the sev-                            Sarah_Mawhirter
enteenth century to the present, emphasizing Euro-American, Native
American, African-American, Hispanic-American, Asian-American and
Latino/Latina literary traditions and contributions. Satisfies intercul-                     LIBRARY SERVICES
tural studies requirement for the Associate degree at MPC. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                           LIBR 50          INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION
   0319                       Wkly hrs by arr         JAMES                ONLINE    3.0                      COMPETENCY AND LITERACY
ONLINE COURSE. ONE-TIME CLASS ORIENTATION: Monday, August                                    Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
25, 2008, 5-6pm, LTC216. Students must have access to a computer                             A course designed to teach and strengthen the information com-
and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website:                        petency and research skills of college students. Students will learn
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/allston_james                                                      how to access, evaluate and utilize information resources, including
                                                                                             full-text periodical databases, Internet resources, online catalogs, and
                                                                                             materials traditionally located in the library. Satisfies the MPC
ENGL 44            MASTERPIECES OF LITERATURE I
Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                       Information Competency Graduation Requirement. LG-C/NC
Advisories: ENGL 1B                                                                          Transfer: CSU.
Surveys a selection of great works of literature from the Greeks to the                         0524                    Wkly hrs by arr        ABBOTT, B    ONLINE   1.0
Renaissance, including poetry, narrative, and drama. LG-C/NC                                 ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                           August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
   0320                       Wkly hrs by arr         HAFFA                ONLINE    3.0     LTC203/204.
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday, August                                  0525                    Wkly hrs by arr        FREED, S     ONLINE   1.0
26, 5-6pm, LTC 216. Students must have access to a computer and be                           ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s website:                               August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/alan_haffa for course information.                                 LTC203/204.
                                                                                                0526                    Wkly hrs by arr        JUNGERBERG   ONLINE   1.0
                                                                                             ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE                                                                 August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
                                                                                             LTC203/204.
ENSL 155 ADVANCED READING
Prerequisites: ENSL 342; or ENSL 343 and 344; or qualifying assessment results                  0527                    Wkly hrs by arr        RUIZ         ONLINE   1.0
An advanced course for the non-native speaker, emphasizing vocabu-                           ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday,
lary development, comprehension improvement, and reading strate-                             August 26, 12-1pm in LTC203/204 or Wednesday, August 27, 6-7pm in
gies. Satisfies the Reading Proficiency Requirement for the Associate                        LTC203/204.
degree and prepares students to read at the college level. LG-C/NC                              0528                    Wkly hrs by arr        EASTON       ONLINE   1.0
   0371                       Wkly hrs by arr         ABEND                ONLINE    3.0                                (10/20-12/18)
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,                                         ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
August 25, 2008, 2-3pm, LTC119. Students must have access to a                               October, 20, 12-1pm in LTC203/204.
computer and be familiar with the Internet. Please check instructor’s                           0529                    Wkly hrs by arr        EASTON       ONLINE   1.0
website http://www.mpcfaculty.net/richard_abend for additional                                                          (10/20-12/18)
course information.
                                                                                             ONLINE COURSE: RECOMMENDED INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday,
                                                                                             October 20, 12-1pm in LTC203/204.




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   Distance Learning: Online Courses                                                                             Distance Learning: Online Courses
   Section Days              Time                   Instructor            Loc/Rm Units        Section Days            Time                     Instructor             Loc/Rm Units
LIBR 60            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY I                                    MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Introduction to family historical research methods and sources
(1850-2000) including basic Internet and library sources as well as                        MAST 31           EXPLORING OCEAN CAREERS
research methodologies for locating students’ families. Includes fun-                      Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
damental organizational skills for preserving family materials through                     An introduction to the ocean economy and career opportunities
assembly of a family history archival notebook. Basic knowledge of the                     in these fields. Emphasis on general and technical skills, and on the
Internet recommended. LG-C/NC                                                              knowledge and abilities employers find most valuable. LG-C/NC
Transfer: CSU.                                                                             Transfer: CSU.
   0530                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0        0543                    Wkly hrs by arr          JOHNSON                ONLINE         2.0
ONLINE COURSE. This course is offered through the Internet. Students                       ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday,
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the                              August 27, 2-3pm in GA103. For further information contact Tora
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.                                      Johnson at tjohnson@mpc.edu

LIBR 61            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY II
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of LIBR 60.                    MATHEMATICS
Methodologies for searching and analyzing genealogy’s primary
record groups, as well as learning how to read the handwriting of                          MATH 16 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
the 18th and 19th centuries while concurrently using the Internet,                         Prerequisites: MATH 263
traditional library, and archival sources. LG-C/NC                                         Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within last two
Transfer: CSU.                                                                             years.
                                                                                           Elementary probability, descriptive measures, measures of central
   0531                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0
                                                                                           tendency, dispersion and correlation, statistical inference, and tests
ONLINE COURSE: This course is offered through the Internet. Students                       of hypotheses using z, t, Chi-square and F distributions. Examples are
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the                              drawn from applications in the social sciences, biological sciences and
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.                                      business. Includes a computer component. Calculations will be done
                                                                                           with the aid of a desktop computer or with a handheld computer/
LIBR 62            FAMILY RESEARCH STUDIES: GENEALOGY III                                  calculator having built-in functions. LG-C/NC
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of LIBR 61.
                                                                                           Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN STAT 2)
Advanced research methods, Internet, and library sources for research-
ing foreign records and resources. Methodologies for extending family                         0563                    Wkly hrs by arr          CHOVICK                ONLINE         3.0
lines beyond the U.S. to other countries. LG-C/NC                                          ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday, August
                                                                                           23, 10am-noon, PS-103. Students must have access to a PC (the software
Transfer: CSU.                                                                             is not compatible with Macs) and be familiar with using the Internet.
   0532                      Wkly hrs by arr        CLIFFORD              ONLINE   3.0     Students will be required to complete exams on campus, on Saturday
ONLINE COURSE: This course is offered through the Internet. Students                       mornings. All students interested in enrolling in this course should visit
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the                              the instructor’s website at: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/lisa_chovick for
Internet. For course information call (801) 808-2339.                                      more information before enrolling.

                                                                                           MATH 261 BEGINNING ALGEBRA
LINGUISTICS                                                                                Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; completion of MATH 351.
                                                                                           A lecture course which satisfies a first-year high school algebra
LING 15            INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS                                             requirement. Includes an introduction to basic algebraic principles,
Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                                        simple linear equations, positive and negative numbers, and the
Focuses on the role of language in social interaction, identity, and                       four basic arithmetic operations using monomials and polynomials,
world view. Examines bilingualism, literacy, and society’s role in                         literal equations, reading and constructing graphs, systems of linear
language change, as well as women’s men’s and minority use of                              equations, and applications of principles to verbal problems, factoring,
language. Presents analytical techniques of socio-cultural linguistics.                    fractions and equations containing fractions, square roots and radicals,
LG-C/NC                                                                                    quadratic equations and ratios and proportions. LG
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                            0580                    Wkly hrs by arr          CATANIA                ONLINE         4.0
                                                                                           ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday,
   1172                      Wkly hrs by arr        ABEND                 OFFICE   3.0     August 23, 2-4pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Inter-
ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION MEETING: Monday,                                       net. Students must have access to a PC (the software is not compatible
August 25, 2008, 4-5pm, LTC119. Stduents must have access to a                             with Macs) and be familiar with using the Internet. Students will be re-
computer and be familiar with the internet. Please check instructor’s                      quired to complete exams on campus. If the orientation meeting con-
website: http://www.mpcfaculty.net/richard_abend for additional                            flicts with your MPC schedule, please contact the instructor through
course information.                                                                        their website before the orientation meeting. All students interested in
                                                                                           enrolling in this course should visit the instructor’s website at:
                                                                                           www.mpcfaculty.net/tracie_catania for more information before
                                                                                           enrolling.




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                                                                                                                                            MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Distance Learning: Online Courses                                                                                 Distance Learning: Online Courses
   Section Days            Time                     Instructor            Loc/Rm Units           Section Days            Time                   Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
MATH 263               INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA AND                                               POLITICAL SCIENCE
                       COORDINATE GEOMETRY
Prerequisites: MATH 261; or MATH 261X and 261P
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155; prerequisite completed within the last two   POLS 1                 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
years.                                                                                        Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
Properties of the real numbers, complex numbers, polynomials, expo-                           Analyzes the concepts, issues, and problems associated with politics
nential and logarithmic functions, first-and-second-degree equations                          and governing at the national, state, and local levels. Satisfies CSU
and inequalities, systems of equations, progressions, graphs of conics,                       American Institutions requirement. LG-C/NC
determinants, and an introduction to coordinate geometry. LG                                  Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN GOVT 2)
   0589                    Wkly hrs by arr          BISHOP, E             ONLINE       4.0       0787                    Wkly hrs by arr        CRUICKSHANK   ONLINE   3.0
ONLINE COURSE. MANDATORY ORIENTATION MEETING: Saturday, August                                                           (10/20-12/08)
23, 2-4pm, LTC203/204. Students must have access to a PC (software is not                     ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, October
compatible with Macs) and be familiar with using the Internet. Students                       20, 6-7pm, LTC203. This course is offered through the Internet. Students
will be required to complete exams on campus. If the orientation meeting                      must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.
conflicts with your MPC schedule, please contact the instructor through
                                                                                              For instructions on how to get started with the course check the instruc-
their website before the orientation meeting. All students interested in
enrolling in this course should visit the instructor’s website at:                            tor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Robert_Cruickshank
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/elizabeth_bishop for more information
before enrolling.
                                                                                              PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT                                                                          PSYC 25                CHILD AND ADULT DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111 or ENSL110
PERS 51                CAREER PLANNING THROUGHOUT THE                                         Introduction to theories and principles of developmental psychology
                       LIFESPAN                                                               correlating physical and emotional developmental patterns of
Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155                                               physical, social and psychological growth. LG-C/NC
Provides students with skills needed to develop a career path                                 Transfer: CSU; UC.
throughout the lifespan. Students develop a portfolio with the aid of                            1179                    Wkly hrs by arr        CARNEY        ONLINE   3.0
career-oriented self-assessments focusing on interests, values, skills                        ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Thursday, August
and personality type, and with knowledge of labor market information,                         28, 6:30-7:30pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Internet.
decision-making skills and coping strategies. LG-C/NC                                         Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the
Transfer: CSU.                                                                                Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check the
   0683                    Wkly hrs by arr          DAVIS, J              ONLINE       3.0    instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Caroline_Carney or
                                                                                              email CCarney@mpc.edu
                           (08/26-12/11)
ONLINE COURSE. ATTEND INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Tuesday, August 26,
2008, 5:30pm, LTC203/204. THIS COURSE IS OFFERED THROUGH THE
INTERNET. Students must have access to a computer. For additional
                                                                                              WOMEN’S STUDIES
course information email instructor at jdavis@mpc.edu or see home
page at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/jacqi_davis                                                 WOMN 12                WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
                                                                                              Advisories: Elig for ENGL111/112 or ENSL110/155
                                                                                              Covers Native American, African-American, Asian-American, Latina,
PHYSICAL FITNESS                                                                              European-American and immigrant women heroines and “ordinary”
                                                                                              women who have shaped U.S. history and culture. Satisfies the CSU
                                                                                              American History requirement. Also offered as History 12; credit may
PFIT 51                FITNESS AND WELLNESS STRATEGIES                                        be earned only once. LG-C/NC
Development of a personal fitness/lifestyle plan. Assessment of
                                                                                              Transfer: CSU; UC.
current lifestyle and development of strategies for health nutrition,
fitness, and stress management. To satisfy CSU Area E, student must                              0855                    Wkly hrs by arr        MAWHIRTER     ONLINE   3.0
also complete one unit from the following: PFIT 10, 18A, 21, 22A, 50                          ONLINE COURSE. OPTIONAL INITIAL CLASS MEETING: Monday, August
or ADPE 9, 13, 17. LG-C/NC                                                                    25, 5:30pm-6:30pm, LTC203. This course is offered through the Internet.
Transfer: CSU; UC.                                                                            Students must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the
                                                                                              Internet. For instructions on how to get started with the course, check
   0747                    Wkly hrs by arr          SARE                  ONLINE       2.0    the instructor’s website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/Sarah_Mawhirter
                           (09/03-10/29)
ONLINE COURSE. ORIENTATION MEETING: Wednesday, September 3,
6-7pm, LTC203/204. This course is offered through the Internet. Students
must have access to a computer and be familiar with using the Internet.
For additional information email instructor at dsare@mpc.edu or visit
her website at http://www.mpcfaculty.net/dawn_sare Click on PFIT 51
and “Getting Started.”




Monterey Peninsula College                                                  Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                               87
MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
 Older Adult Program                                                                                            Older Adult Program
 Section Days       Time              Instructor      Loc/Rm Units         Section Days        Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units

OLDER ADULT PROGRAM:                                                    ART
LEARNING IS LIVING                                                       ART 431           DRAWING AND COMPOSITION
     The Learning is Living Program offers special interest             Techniques of drawing and principles of composition. Work in a
                                                                        variety of media. NC
     classes to older adults at a variety of locations throughout
     the Monterey Peninsula. These noncredit courses meet                  0876     W          9:00am-12:00pm      OKELBERRY, M     OLMTCV        0.0
     at convenient senior citizen centers and other easily                                     (09/03-11/19)
                                                                        Above section subtitled “Technique and Transcendence.”
     accessible places. Pre-registration is highly recommended;
     however, students may register with the class instructor              0877     Th         1:00pm- 4:00pm      BISPO            OC            0.0
     at any time during the semester, space permitting. There                                  (09/04-11/20)
                                                                        Above section subtitled “Exploring Drawing Media.”
     is no fee for these courses. Classes that meet in healthcare
     centers are designed for geriatric adults. Locations
                                                                         ART 450           SCULPTURE FROM THE LIVE MODEL
     with codes follow. For further information, call (831)
                                                                        Clay and wax used for studies from the human figure. Human anato-
     646-4058.                                                          my and armature methods will be presented. For beginning students
                                                                        and advanced artists. NC
        CF             Carmel Foundation                                   1166     T          6:00pm- 9:00pm      CHEZEM           MSC           0.0
                                                                                               (09/16-10/21)
                       Lincoln & 8th Avenue, Carmel
                                                                         Model fee will be collected. For information on supplies for the first
        CRMELO*        Carmelo Park                                      day of class, please call 831-646-4058.
                       966 Carmelo, Monterey
        CVCCTR         Carmel Valley Community Center
                       25 Ford Rd., Carmel Valley                       DRAMA
        CVM            Carmel Valley Manor
                                                                         DRAM 478          READER’S THEATRE
                       8545 Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel                   Opportunity for older adults to express themselves through play
        DRAKE          Drake House                                      productions and performances. NC
                       399 Drake Ave., Monterey                            0878     W          1:00pm- 4:00pm      BRADY, L         CF            0.0
        HASRES         Hastings Reservation                                                    (09/24-10/29)
                       38601 E. Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel Valley
        MCC*           Monterey Care Center                             ENGLISH
                       1575 Skyline Dr., Monterey
        MPSNF*         Monterey Pines Skilled Nursing Facility           ENGL 406          CREATIVE WRITING
                       1501 Skyline Dr., Monterey                       An intensive course in creative expression through prose and
        MSC            Monterey Senior Center                           poetry. NC
                       Lighthouse & Dickman Ave., Monterey                 0879     M          9:00am-11:00am      THOMPSON, R      PMRC          0.0
                                                                        Above section subtitled “The Gift of Memories.”
        OC             Oldemeyer Center
                                                                           0880     M          1:00pm- 3:00pm      THOMPSON, R      CF            0.0
                       986 Hilby Ave., Seaside
                                                                        Above section subtitled “The Gift of Memories.”
        OLMTCV         Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
                                                                           0881     T          9:30am-11:30am      THOMPSON, R      CF            0.0
                       9 El Caminito Rd., Carmel Valley                 Above section subtitled “The Gift of Memories.”
        PGHCC*         Pacific Grove Healthcare Center                     0882     W          1:00pm- 3:00pm      THOMPSON, R      SALLYG        0.0
                       200 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove               Above section subtitled “Gathering Memories--Telling Your Story.”
        PL             Park Lane Residence                                 0883     F          10:00am-12:00pm     THOMPSON, R      CVCCTR        0.0
                       200 Glenwood Cr., Monterey                       Above section subtitled “The Gift of Memories.”
        PMRC           Pacific Meadows Retirement Community                0884     Th         10:00am-12:00pm     BRADY, L         OC            0.0
                       5315 Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel                                          (09/18-11/06)
                                                                        Write your story in prose, plays, or poetry--and share it--in this stimu-
        RR             Rippling River
                                                                        lating new workshop for beginning and advanced writers.
                       53 E. Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel Valley
        SALLYG         Sally Griffin Active Living Center
                       700 Jewell Ave., Pacific Grove
     * NURSING/CONVALESCENT/RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES




88                                                      Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                              Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                  MPC Fall 2008 Fall Classes
  Older Adult Program                                                                                             Older Adult Program
  Section Days       Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units        Section Days       Time                Instructor      Loc/Rm Units
ENGL 425          FROM THE BOOK SHELF                                      PHYSICAL FITNESS
The reading of selected literary works designed to promote discus-
sion, socialization, and literary judgment of older adults. Content var-   PFIT 425        FLEXIBILITY AND RELAXATION TECHNIQUES
ies from semester to semester and may include fiction, drama, poetry,
                                                                           Stretching exercises, movement principles related to flexibility.
essay, biography and autobiography. NC
                                                                           Techniques for relaxing more easily and completely. NC
  0885     F         9:00am-11:00am      HEADLEY          SALLYG     0.0      0894    M          9:00am-10:00am      FELS            OC           0.0
                     (09/05-10/24)                                                               (08/25-10/06)
Above section subtitled “Magic Realism in the Short Stories of Gabriel
                                                                           Above section subtitled “T’ai Chi for Health.”
Garcia Marquez and Others.”
                                                                              0895    MWF        9:00am-10:00am      SCHAUPP         CF           0.0
                                                                              0896    MWF        10:30am-11:30am     SCHAUPP         MSC          0.0
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES                                                     0897    TTh        8:00am- 9:00am      LIGHT, J        SALLYG       0.0
                                                                              0898    TTh        9:00am-10:00am      SCHAUPP         SALLYG       0.0
INDS 425          MUSIC, MOVEMENT, HEALTH                                     0899    TTh        10:00am-11:00am     BENAVENTE       OC           0.0
Course to help people improve their health through movement,
                                                                              0900    TTh        10:00am-11:00am     SCHAUPP         MCC          0.0
music, relaxation techniques. Discussions of problems of aging related
to health. NC                                                                 0901    TTh        11:00am-12:00pm     SCHAUPP         MPSNF        0.0
  0886     T         3:00pm- 4:00pm      WIDAMAN, J       PGHCC      0.0      0902    M          9:00am-10:00am      FELS            OC           0.0
                     (09/09-12/09)                                                               (10/27-12/08)
                                                                           Above section subtitled “T’ai Chi for Health.”
                                                                              1167    TTh        4:30pm- 5:30pm      SCHAUPP         CF           0.0
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
                                                                           PFIT 485        EXERCISE TO MUSIC
ORNH 425          SUCCESSFUL GARDENING TECHNIQUES                          Teaches rhythmical movements to enhance the health and well-being
Fundamental horticultural techniques for home gardeners, including         of older persons. Designed to stimulate both the body and mind. Each
tool maintenance, pruning, soil management, planting, fertilizing,         session begins with stretches prior to a variety of rhythmical move-
irrigation, pest and disease control. NC                                   ments designed to develop muscular response, and then ends with a
  0887     W         10:00am-12:00pm     HAINES           CF         0.0   cool-down period. NC
                     (08/27-10/01)                                            0903    MWF        10:30am-11:30am     ELDER           CF           0.0
Above section subtitled “Winter Work for the Perfect Spring Garden.”       Above section subtitled “Dance Aerobics.”
  0888     Th        10:00am-12:00pm     HAINES           OC         0.0      0904    TTh        9:00am-10:00am      BENAVENTE       OC           0.0
                                                                           Above section subtitled “Dance Aerobics.”
                                                                              0905    WF         9:00am-10:00am      ELDER           OC           0.0
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT                                                       Above section subtitled “Dance Aerobics.”
PERS 461          TOPICS FOR SENIOR LEARNING
An introductory course designed to explore various areas of interest
                                                                           PFIT 496        YOGA WITH MUSIC
to older adults in the community. In a group setting, students will        Traditional yoga stretching exercises to relieve stress and tension,
examine their own inner resources, the knowledge and abilities of          balance the body for graceful posture and movement; increase en-
others and the various resources available to them as tools for their      ergy for optimal health. NC
own self-enhancement and problem solving. NC                                  0906    MW         10:00am-11:00am     MELTON          OC           0.0
  0889     T         1:00pm- 3:00pm      STURT            CF         0.0
                     (08/26-10/14)
Above section subtitled “Mental Gymnastics.”
  0890     T         1:30pm- 3:30pm      MOUNTAIN         CVM        0.0
                     (08/26-09/30)
Above section subtitled “Exploring What Makes Life Meaningful.”
  0891     W         1:00pm- 3:00pm      STURT            MSC        0.0
                     (08/27-10/15)
Above section subtitled “Mental Gymnastics.”
  0892     Th        1:00pm- 3:00pm      STURT            SALLYG     0.0
                     (08/28-10/16)
Above section subtitled “Mental Gymnastics.”
  0893     M         9:00am- 2:30pm      STREET           SALLYG     0.0
                     (09/08-12/15)
Above section subtitled “Needlework and Quilting.”




Monterey Peninsula College                                 Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                          89
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  Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time             Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                               ART 83E              SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I:
                                                                                                                WIREWORK FOR JEWELRY
                                                                                              0950      Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:30pm HOLADAY AD107              0.5
ANTH 11              DEALING WITH DIVERSITY
                                                                                                                  (10/11-10/12)
 0017                  Wkly hrs by arr GAMPER                       LVRM        3.0
                       (09/23-12/16)                                                       ART 85A              ENAMELING I
                                                                                           Transfer: CSU.
ART                                                                                           0067      F           9:30am- 4:30pm   HOLADAY      AD107     1.5
                                                                                                                    (08/29-10/10)
ART 1                INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTS
 0029                  Wkly hrs by arr JANICK ONLINE                            3.0      *ART 85B               ENAMELING II
                       (09/19-12/12)                                                          0068      F         9:30am- 4:30pm     HOLADAY      AD107     1.5
                                                                                                                  (08/29-10/10)
ART 21A              PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES:
                     PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ARTWORK                                            ART 89A              SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES II:
   1169      Sat & Sun 8:30am- 5:00pm ANDERSON, D AS106                         0.5                             NARRATIVE JEWELRY
                       (11/15-11/16)                                                          0069      MW        1:00pm- 4:00pm BROWN, TL AD107  2.0
                                                                                                                  (08/25-11/05)
ART 33C              SPECIAL DRAWING TECHNIQUES I:
                     PERSPECTIVE DRAWING                                                   ART 89B              SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES II:
   0041      Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm PAYNE  AS106                              0.5                             HOLLOWFORM CONSTRUCTION
                       (11/08-11/09)                                                          0070      Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm SANTANA AD107    1.0
                                                                                                                  (09/20-09/28)
ART 34A              SPECIAL DRAWING TECHNIQUES II:
                     LANDSCAPE DRAWING                                                   *ART 93.9              PRACTICUM: PRINTMAKING
   0042      Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm PAYNE  AS106                              0.5           1168      F         1:00pm- 7:00pm KLEIN, E         AC114     1.0
                       (09/27-09/28)                                                                              (08/29-12/12)

ART 35F              SPECIAL PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES I:
                     MINIATURES                                                            BIOLOGY
   0043      Sat & Sun 8:30am- 5:00pm SMITH, ROBYN AC114 0.5
                       (09/20-09/21)                                                     * BIOL 26          APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY
                                                                                              0095      MWF   10:00am-12:00pm THOMPSON, J LS201 1.0
ART 82B             SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES I:                                                          (08/25-10/17)
                    SOLDERING CLINIC                                                          0096      MWF   1:00pm- 3:00pm  THOMPSON, J LS201 1.0
   0948      FS & Sun 9:30am- 3:30pm BLANCHARD AD107 0.5                                                      (08/25-10/17)
                      (11/21-11/23)                                                           0097      MWF   10:00am-12:00pm THOMPSON, J LS201 1.0
                                                                                                              (10/20-12/12)
ART 82E              SMALL SCALE METALS TECHNIQUES I:
                     SURFACE EMBELLISHMENTS                                                BIOL 75.4          BIOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: FORESTS
   0949      Sat & Sun 9:00am- 5:00pm BLANCHARD AD107 1.0                                                     OF THE CENTRAL COAST
                       (10/25-11/02)                                                          0969      F       5:30pm- 7:30pm NEDEFF    LS102  1.0
                                                                                                        & Sat   9:00am- 3:30pm           FTRIP
ART 83B              SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I:                                                              (09/06-09/27)
                     HANDMADE JEWELRY MECHANISMS
   0064      MW        1:00pm- 4:00pm BROWN, TL AD107 1.0
                       (11/12-12/17)                                                       BUSINESS
ART 83D              SPECIAL JEWELRY TECHNIQUES I: FIBULA                                  BUSI 24              BUSINESS ISSUES AND ETHICS
                     (ANCIENT BROOCH)                                                       0107                  Wkly hrs by arr TIMM    ONLINE            3.0
   1196      F         9:30am- 3:30pm SANTANA AD107    0.5                                                        (09/02-12/16)
                       (10/24-11/07)
                                                                                           BUSI 40              PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
                                                                                            0110                  Wkly hrs by arr TIMM  ONLINE              3.0
                                                                                                                  (10/15-12/10)


90                                                                    Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                  Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

                                                                                                                               Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time                Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
 BUSI 50             INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING                                             CHDV 201             CALIFORNIA CHILD CPR AND PEDIATRIC
  0112                 Wkly hrs by arr TIMM  ONLINE                             3.0                             FIRST AID
                       (08/27-10/22)                                                          1010      Sat        8:00am- 5:00pm PROCIVE CDC201 0.5
                                                                                                                   (09/06-09/06)
 BUSI 200            INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS                                               1011      Sat        8:00am- 5:00pm PROCIVE CDC201 0.5
                     ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE                                                                           (09/27-09/27)
   0979      F         5:30pm- 9:30pm WOOD   BC202                              0.5
             & Sat     8:00am- 5:00pm                                                    *CHDV 202              CALIFORNIA CHILD CPR AND PEDIATRIC
             & Sun     9:00am- 1:00pm                                                                           FIRST AID RECERTIFICATION
                       (11/14-11/16)                                                          1012      Sat        8:00am- 5:00pm PROCIVE CDC201 0.5
   0980      F         5:30pm- 9:30pm WOOD   BC202                              0.5                                (12/06-12/06)
             & Sat     8:00am- 5:00pm
             & Sun     9:00am- 1:00pm                                                      COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION
                       (11/21-11/23)
                                                                                           COHS 420             PREPARED CHILDBIRTH
CHEMISTRY                                                                                   0981  W               6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                                                                                                                  (09/03-10/22)
*CHEM 10             EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY                                                       0116      Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
   0991                Wkly hrs by arr BISHOP, M                    LVRM        3.0                               (09/13-09/20)
                       (09/06-10/25)                                                          0982      T         6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                                                                                                                  (09/23-11/11)
*CHEM 10L            EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY LAB                                                   0983      M         6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
   0992      Sat       9:00am- 3:00pm BISHOP, M                     PS201       1.0                               (10/06-11/24)
                       (09/06-10/25)                                                          0984      Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                                                                                                                  (10/11-10/18)
*CHEM 151            CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS                                                    0985      Th        6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
   0135      MW        12:00pm- 1:00pm BISHOP, M                    PS206       1.0                               (10/23-12/18)
                       (09/08-12/10)                                                          0986      W         6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                                                                                                                  (11/05-01/14)
CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                                             0117      Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                                                                                                                  (11/08-11/15)
                                                                                              0987      T         6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
*CHDV 71A            ADMINISTRATION OF CHILD
                                                                                                                  (11/18-01/06)
                     DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS I
   1003      TTh       6:30pm- 9:45pm STAFF  MT2                                3.0           0988      M         6:30pm- 8:30pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
                       (08/26-10/16)                                                                              (12/08-01/26)
 Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                                 0118      Sat       9:00am- 4:00pm HOWE                NU101    0.0
 289 12th Street, Marina.                                                                                         (12/13-12/20)

                                                                                           COHS 421             PREPARED CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION
*CHDV 72             SUPERVISING ADULTS IN THE CHILD                                                            REFRESHER
                     CARE SETTING                                                             0989      M         6:30pm- 9:00pm HOWE   CHOMP                 0.0
   1004      TTh       6:30pm- 8:45pm NYZNYK   MT2                              2.0                               (10/09-10/13)
                       (10/21-12/11)                                                          0990      W         6:30pm- 9:00pm HOWE   CHOMP                 0.0
 Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina, 289                                                 (12/03-12/10)
 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                           COHS 450             WALK AND WIN
 CHDV 180            CURRICULUM MATERIALS LAB                                               0119  MW              4:30pm- 5:30pm STAFF               DA104    0.0
  1009  Sat            9:00am-11:00am CARNEY  CDC201                            0.5                               (08/18-10/15)
                       (09/13-12/13)                                                          0120      MW        4:30pm- 5:30pm STAFF               DA104    0.0
                                                                                                                  (10/20-12/10)




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  Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time         Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
COMPUTER SCIENCE INFO SYSTEMS                                                              COOP 92              GENERAL COOPERATIVE WORK
                                                                                                                EXPERIENCE
                                                                                              0290                Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101           3.0
CSIS 71              OPERATING A PERSONAL COMPUTER                                                                (10/20-12/12)
 1019   Sat            9:00am- 1:00pm ROBESON     BC204 0.5
                       (09/06-09/27)                                                       DENTAL ASSISTING
   1020      Sat       9:00am- 1:00pm SASAKI      BC204 0.5
                       (10/04-10/25)
   1021      Sat       9:00am- 1:00pm GOEHRING, D MT4   0.5                                DNTL 100             ORIENTATION TO DENTAL CAREERS
                       (10/25-11/22)                                                        0145  MW              9:00am-10:00am LEWIS   LS202           1.0
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina, 289                                                  (08/25-10/15)
12th St., Marina.
                                                                                           DNTL 101             DENTAL ANATOMY
CSIS 84              SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION IN THE LAN                                       0146  TTh             9:00am-11:00am LEWIS         LS202     2.0
 1026   Sat            2:00pm- 6:20pm BOYKIN, L BC208 1.5                                                         (10/21-12/11)
                       (08/30-10/18)
                                                                                         * DNTL 102             CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING I
CSIS 110             ESSENTIAL MICROSOFT SKILLS                                             0147  MW              1:00pm- 3:00pm STAFF         LS202     3.0
 1027   Sat            9:00am- 1:15pm PRADO, G BC202                            1.0                     &T        9:00am- 3:00pm
                       (10/04-10/25)                                                                              (08/25-10/15)
                                                                                              0148      MW        1:00pm- 3:00pm STAFF         LS202     3.0
                                                                                                        & Th      9:00am- 3:00pm
CSIS 111             ESSENTIAL PC MAINTENANCE                                                                     (08/25-10/16)
 1028   Sat            9:00am- 2:40pm PRADO, G BC207                            1.0
                       (11/01-11/15)
                                                                                         * DNTL 103             BEGINNING RADIOGRAPHY
                                                                                              0149      M         9:00am- 4:00pm  LEWIS        LS202     2.0
CSIS 113             USING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA                                                          & Th      12:00pm- 2:00pm
 1029   Sat            9:00am- 1:15pm SMITH, RANDY BC202                        1.0                               (10/20-12/11)
                       (09/06-09/20)                                                          0150      Th        12:00pm- 2:00pm LEWIS        LS202     2.0
                                                                                                        &F        9:00am- 4:00pm
COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE                                                                                       (10/23-12/12)

COOP 91.7            BUSINESS WORK EXPERIENCE                                            * DNTL 104             CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING II
 0220                  Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101                             3.0           0151      W         9:00am- 3:00pm  LEWIS        LS202     2.5
                       (10/20-12/12)                                                                    &T        12:00pm- 3:00pm
                                                                                                                  (10/21-12/10)
COOP 91.8            CHILD DEVELOPMENT WORK                                                   0152      W         9:00am-12:00pm STAFF         LS202     2.5
                     EXPERIENCE                                                                         & Th      12:00pm- 5:00pm
   0225                Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101                             3.0                               (10/22-12/11)
                       (10/20-12/12)
                                                                                           DNTL 105             DENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE
COOP 91.19 FOREIGN LANGUAGE WORK EXPERIENCE                                                 0153  MW              10:00am-12:00pm LEWIS        LS202     2.0
 0243        Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 3.0                                                                     (08/25-10/15)
             (10/20-12/12)

COOP 91.21 HOSPITALITY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                           DRAMA
 0248        Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101                                       3.0
             (10/20-12/12)                                                                 DRAM 40              PLAY PRODUCTION - COMEDY
                                                                                            0167                  Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH  PRT             3.0
COOP 91.25 MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                                                                          (10/27-12/16)
           WORK EXPERIENCE
 0258       Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0                                               DRAM 43              PLAY PRODUCTION - CLASSICAL
            (11/03-12/12)                                                                   0169                  Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH    PRT           3.0
 0259       Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 2.0
            (10/20-12/12)                                                                                         (08/25-10/23)
 0542       Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0                                                  0170                Wkly hrs by arr CLARKSON CET           3.0
            (11/24-12/12)                                                                                         (09/08-10/24)
                                                                                              0171                Wkly hrs by arr SHULER   UT            3.0
COOP 91.30 ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE WORK                                                                           (09/29-11/12)
           EXPERIENCE
 0272        Wkly hrs by arr CURTIS SC101 1.0
             (10/20-12/12)
92                                                                    Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                               Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

                                                                                                                               Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time                Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
DRAM 58 CHILDREN’S THEATRE                                                                 ENGINEERING
 0172        Wkly hrs by arr RICHMOND                               DK-CBA      3.0
             (09/17-11/26)
                                                                                           ENGR 50 ROBOTICS
                                                                                            0295  F    4:00pm- 6:15pm                   REBOLD, T    GA103    1.0
DRAM 60 EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - ORIGINAL
 0174       Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH    PRT                                        3.0                    (08/29-11/14)
            (10/27-12/16)
                                                                                           ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DRAM 61 EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - COMEDY
 0176       Wkly hrs by arr SHULER UT                                           3.0        ENSL 334/434               INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION II
            (08/25-10/09)
                                                                                            2004   W                5:00pm- 9:00pm HART    MT2     2.0
 0177       Wkly hrs by arr HOVICK CET                                          3.0
            (10/13-12/01)                                                                                           (08/27-10/15)
                                                                                           Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                                                                                           289 12th Street, Marina.
DRAM 62 EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - DRAMATIC
 0178       Wkly hrs by arr DE BONO, P TH201                                    3.0           2005      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART         MT2      0.0
            (08/25-10/10)                                                                                           (08/27-10/15)
                                                                                           Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
DRAM 63 EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE - CLASSICAL                                                   289 12th Street, Marina.
 0175       Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH    PRT                                        3.0           2006      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART         MT2      2.0
            (10/27-12/16)                                                                                           (10/22-12/10)
 0179       Wkly hrs by arr RICHMOND DK-CBA                                     3.0        Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
            (09/16-12/12)                                                                  289 12th Street, Marina.
 0180       Wkly hrs by arr BOLEN, G TH201                                      3.0           2007      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm      HART         MT2      0.0
            (10/06-11/21)                                                                                           (10/22-12/10)
                                                                                           Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
DRAM 75 ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED COMEDY                                                  289 12th Street, Marina.
 1035        Wkly hrs by arr HIGGINBOTHAM AP 2.0
             (10/04-12/20)
                                                                                           FASHION
DRAM 76 ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED
        DRAMATIC                                                                           FASH 71 FITTING AND PATTERN ALTERATION
 0189        Wkly hrs by arr DE BONO, P TH109                                   3.0          0432 Th    1:00pm- 4:00pm NELSON, M FC106                        1.0
             (09/02-10/23)
                                                                                                        (08/28-11/13)
 0192        Wkly hrs by arr SELVIG     CHERRY                                  3.0
             (10/13-12/08)
                                                                                           FIRE ACADEMY
DRAM 77 ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED MUSICAL
 0193        Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH     PRT 2.0                                             FACD 132 COMMAND 2C: COMMAND OF HIGH-RISE
             (08/25-10/23)                                                                           EMERGENCIES
 0194        Wkly hrs by arr CHATWIN,D AP  2.5                                               0411 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm GILLIS COLDR1 2.0
             (08/27-10/18)                                                                        & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
                                                                                                  &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
DRAM 78 ACTING WORKSHOP - ADVANCED
                                                                                                          (10/06-10/10)
        CLASSICAL
 0173        Wkly hrs by arr GOTCH  PRT                                         3.0
                                                                                           FACD 135 MANAGEMENT 2A: ORGANIZATIONAL
             (08/25-10/23)                                                                           DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RELATIONS
 0196        Wkly hrs by arr HOVICK CET                                         3.0
                                                                                             0412 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm ROTH  COLDR1                         2.0
             (09/08-10/24)
                                                                                                  & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
DRAM 440 REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE                                                                &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
 0198        Wkly hrs by arr DE BONO, P TH109                                   0.0                       (09/15-09/19)
             (08/25-10/10)
 0199        Wkly hrs by arr BOLEN, G   TH109                                   0.0
             (10/13-12/05)


Monterey Peninsula College                                            Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                            93
MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

  Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time             Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
FACD 139 MANAGEMENT 2E: MANAGEMENT ISSUES                                                  FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
          AND CONCEPTS
  0413 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm HAAS, CHRIS COLDR1 2.0
                                                                                           FIRE 110       FIRE COMMAND 1A: COMMAND PRINCIPLES
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                                             FOR COMPANY OFFICERS
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                 0422      MTWTFS 8:00am- 5:00pm GOODWIN COLDR1 3.0
               (10/13-10/17)                                                                                    (10/20-10/25)
FACD 140 PREVENTION 2A: FIRE PROTECTION                                                    FIRE 113        FIRE PREVENTION 1A: FIRE INSPECTION
          SYSTEMS & BUILDING COMPONENTS                                                                    PRACTICES
  0414 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm GREENE   COLDR1                                    2.0           0423      DAILY    8:00am- 5:00pm GOODWIN  COLDR1 3.0
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                                                    (08/18-08/22)
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
               (08/25-08/29)                                                               FIRE 114         FIRE PREVENTION 1B: CODE ENFORCEMENT
                                                                                           Fire and building codes, building construction, occupancy
FACD 141 PREVENTION 2B: INTERPRETING UBC, CCR-                                                0424      DAILY       8:00am- 5:00pm   GOODWIN      COLDR1    3.0
          TITLE 19 AND 24
                                                                                                                    (12/01-12/05)
  0415 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm GREENE COLDR1 2.0
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                              FIRE 115       FIRE INVESTIGATION 1A: FIRE ORIGIN AND
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                             CAUSE DETERMINATION
               (11/17-11/21)                                                                  0425      MTWTFS 8:00am- 5:00pm DIAS       COLDR1 3.0
                                                                                                                (09/29-10/04)
FACD 143 PREVENTION 3A: HYDRAULIC SPRINKLER
          CALCULATIONS
  0416 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm ARAGHI COLDR1 2.0                                            GENTRAIN
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                              GENT 1/401           PREHISTORY AND EARLIEST
               (12/08-12/12)                                                                                    CIVILIZATIONS (TO 1200 B.C.)
                                                                                              0467      TTh       8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103        1.0
FACD 145 INVESTIGATION 2A: CRIMINAL AND LEGAL                                                                                    LOGAN/JANICK
          PROCEDURES                                                                                              (08/26-09/04)
  0417 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm BAKER, E COLDR1 2.0                                              0477      TTh       8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103        0.0
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                                                                    LOGAN/JANICK
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                                     (08/26-09/04)
               (10/27-10/31)
                                                                                           GENT 2/402           FOUNDATIONS OF THE CLASSICAL
FACD 146 FIRE INSTRUCTOR 2A: TECHNIQUES OF                                                                      WORLD (1200-500 B.C.)
          EVALUATION                                                                          0468      TTh       8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103        1.0
  0418 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm BROWN   COLDR1                                     2.0                                              LOGAN/JANICK
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                                                     (09/09-09/18)
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                 0478      TTh       8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103        0.0
               (09/08-09/12)                                                                                                     LOGAN/JANICK
                                                                                                                  (09/09-09/18)
FACD 147 FIRE INSTRUCTOR 2B: GROUP DYNAMICS
          AND PROBLEM SOLVING                                                              GENT 3/403           THE GOLDEN AGE OF GREECE
  0419 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm HAAS, CHRIS COLDR1 2.0                                                             (500-300 B.C.)
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm                                                                 0469      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103       1.0
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm                                                                                                     LOGAN/JANICK
               (11/03-11/07)                                                                                       (09/23-10/02)
                                                                                              0479      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103       0.0
FACD 155 EMT-1 INSTRUCTOR ORIENTATION                                                                                             LOGAN/JANICK
  0420 DAILY   8:00am-12:00pm STAFF COLDR1                                      2.0                                (09/23-10/02)
       & MTWTh 1:00pm- 5:00pm
       &W      6:00pm-10:00pm
               (09/22-09/26)


94                                                                    Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                  Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

                                                                                                                               Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time                Instructor       Loc/Rm Units
GENT 4/404           THE RISE AND FALL OF ROME (300                                        HLTH 205 CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION FOR
                     B.C.-400 A.D.)                                                                   HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
   0470      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      1.0         1074  Sat     8:30am- 5:00pm SMITH, C/STAFF MT1 0.5
                                       LOGAN/JANICK                                                       (10/18-10/18)
                        (10/07-10/16)                                                      Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
   0480      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      0.0        289 12th Street, Marina.
                                       LOGAN/JANICK                                           1075      Sat         8:30am- 5:00pm      SMITH, C/STAFF   MT1      0.5
                        (10/07-10/16)                                                                               (10/11-10/11)
                                                                                           Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
GENT 5/405           THE MEDIEVAL WORLD: PART I                                            289 12th Street, Marina.
                     (400-1100)                                                               1076      Sat         8:30am- 5:00pm      SMITH, C         MT1      0.5
   0471      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      1.0                                 (11/15-11/15)
                                       LOGAN/JANICK                                        Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,
                        (11/04-11/13)                                                      289 12th Street, Marina.
   0481      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      0.0
                                       LOGAN/JANICK
                        (11/04-11/13)                                                      HOSPITALITY
GENT 6/406           THE MEDIEVAL WORLD: PART II                                           HOSP 56         INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY SALES
                     (1100-1350)                                                                           AND MARKETING
   0472      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      1.0           1083      Th      5:30pm- 8:30pm BORGIA  FC106 1.5
                                       LOGAN/JANICK                                                             (08/28-10/16)
                        (11/18-11/25)
   0482      TTh        8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                      0.0        HOSP 63 HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION
                                       LOGAN/JANICK                                         1084  W    5:30pm- 8:30pm LEE, PAUL                          FC104    1.5
                        (11/18-11/25)                                                                  (08/27-10/15)

GENT 7/407           THE EARLY RENAISSANCE (1350-1520)                                     HOSP 65 LEGAL ISSUES IN HOSPITALITY
 0473   TTh            8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103 1.0                               1085  W    5:30pm- 8:30pm LEE, PAUL                          FC104    0.5
                                      LOGAN/JANICK                                                     (10/22-11/05)
                       (12/02-12/11)
                                                                                           HOSP 67 ACCOUNTING FOR HOSPITALITY MANAGERS
   0483      TTh       8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103 0.0
                                                                                            1086  W    5:30pm- 8:30pm LEE, PAUL FC104 1.0
                                      LOGAN/JANICK
                                                                                                       (11/12-12/10)
                       (12/02-12/11)

GENT 20 THE CLASSICAL WORLD (1200 B.C.-400 A.D.)                                           HOSP 72 CULINARY ARTS BASICS
                                                                                            0535  T     1:00pm- 5:00pm LEE, PAUL                         FC104    0.5
 0474  TTh   8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103 3.0
                                                                                                        (08/26-09/16)
                            LOGAN/JANICK
             (09/09-10/16)                                                                 HOSP 73 STOCKS, SOUPS, SAUCES
                                                                                            0536  T    1:00pm- 5:00pm LEE, PAUL                          FC104    0.5
GENT 21         MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE EUROPE                                                        (10/21-11/11)
                (400-1520)
   0475      TTh     8:30am-12:30pm HAFFA/PROVOST LF103                         3.0
                                                                                           HOSP 74 VEGETABLES, RICE, PASTA
                                    LOGAN/JANICK                                            0537  T    1:00pm- 5:00pm LEE, PAUL                          FC104    0.5
                     (11/04-12/11)                                                                     (09/23-10/14)

HEALTH                                                                                     HOSP 75 FISH, POULTRY, MEAT
                                                                                            0538  T      1:00pm- 5:00pm LEE, PAUL                        FC104    0.5
                                                                                                         (11/18-12/09)
HLTH 4    HEALTHY LIVING
 0436  TTh    2:00pm- 4:00pm                    SHIRLEY, K          MT1         3.0        HOSP 77         BAKESHOP: YEASTED AND NON-YEASTED
              (09/23-12/16)                                                                                BREADS
Above section offered at the MPC Education Center at Marina,                                  1087      Th     9:00am- 1:00pm ADAM, A FC104 0.5
289 12th Street, Marina.
                                                                                                               (10/02-10/23)


Monterey Peninsula College                                            Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                                95
MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

  Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time         Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
HOSP 78              BAKESHOP: BASIC BAKING TECHNIQUES                                     MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
 0539  TTh             9:30am-11:30am ADAM, A  FC104 0.5
                       (09/02-09/25)                                                       MAST 116             PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN GUIDE TRNG
                                                                                                                FOR THE MTRY BAY AQUARIUM
HOSP 81              BAKESHOP: PIES AND TARTS                                                 1089                Wkly hrs by arr COVEL   MBAQUA 0.5
 0540  TTh             9:30am-11:30am ADAM, A FC104                             0.5                               (10/13-10/23)
                       (10/28-11/20)

HOSP 89              COOKING FOR A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE                                       MEDICAL ASSISTING
 0541  Th              1:00pm- 5:15pm LANGLAND, S FC104 0.5
                       (08/28-09/18)                                                       MEDA 100             INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CAREERS
                                                                                            0595  T               1:00pm- 3:00pm BRUNO   LS206 1.0
HOSP 180             FOOD SAFETY CERTIFICATION                                                                    (08/26-10/14)
 1088  T               5:30pm- 9:30pm LANGLAND, S FC104                         0.5
                       (10/21-10/28)
                                                                                           MUSIC
INTERIOR DESIGN                                                                            MUSI 2           INTRODUCTION TO BROADWAY MUSICALS
                                                                                            0620                 Wkly hrs by arr SCHAMBER LVRM 3.0
INTD 52              FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING                                                                    (10/20-12/12)
  0456  W              4:00pm- 7:00pm STAFF  FC106                              2.0
                       (08/27-11/12)                                                       MUSI 3           INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ AND POP
                                                                                            0621                 Wkly hrs by arr SCHAMBER LVRM           3.0
                                                                                                                 (08/25-10/17)
LAW ENFORCEMENT
TRAINING PROGRAM                                                                           NURSING
LETP 232.6           ADVANCED PEACE OFFICER TRAINING:
                     INTERNAL AFFAIRS - PORAC                                              NURS 267A                  CRITICAL CARE NURSING
   0864                Wkly hrs by arr ALBER  PORAC  1.0                                    0651  WTh               8:00am- 2:00pm REID     IC204        6.0
                       (10/01-10/02)                                                                                (08/27-11/13)
   0865                Wkly hrs by arr ALBER  PORAC  1.0
                       (12/04-12/05)                                                       ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
LEARNING SKILLS                                                                            ORNH 210.1 CURRENT TOPICS IN ORNAMENTAL
                                                                                                      HORTICULTURE: WEDDING FLORAL
                                                                                                      DESIGNS
LNSK 331F            SELF-ADVOCACY STRATEGIES LAB                                           1118  Sat   9:00am- 1:15pm HAAS    LS104                     0.5
 1101  MW              1:00pm- 2:45pm ROZMAN  IC104                             1.0                     (10/18-10/25)
                       (09/08-12/17)
                                                                                           ORNH 210.2 CURRENT TOPICS IN ORNAMENTAL
LIBRARY SERVICES                                                                                      HORTICULTURE: ATTRACTING
                                                                                                      BENEFICIAL BIRDS AND BUGS TO YOUR
                                                                                                      GARDEN
LIBR 50              INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION                                            1119  Sat   9:00am- 1:15pm HAAS     LS104  0.5
                     COMPETENCY AND LITERACY                                                            (09/20-09/27)
   0528                Wkly hrs by arr EASTON ONLINE                            1.0
                       (10/20-12/18)
   0529                Wkly hrs by arr EASTON ONLINE                            1.0        PARKS AND RECREATION
                       (10/20-12/18)
                                                                                        * PARK 240              VISITOR SERVICES FIELD TRAINING
                                                                                              1197      DAILY     8:00am- 5:00am DANIELSON MTC           3.0
                                                                                                                  (07/14-10/03)




96                                                                    Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                               Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                              MPC Fall 2008 Short-Term Classes

                                                                                                                               Short-Term Classes
NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
   Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time                Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT                                                                       PHED 61      ELEMENTS OF FOOTBALL
                                                                                            0722   MTWTh 1:00pm- 2:00pm RASMUSSEN, M                 PE104    1.5
PERS 50      MAKING COLLEGE COUNT                                                                         (08/25-11/13)
 0682   MTWTh 8:00am- 9:00am STAFF                                  HU202       3.0         0723   MTWTh 3:00pm- 4:00pm RASMUSSEN, M                 PE104    1.5
              (09/22-12/18)                                                                               (08/25-11/13)

PERS 51              CAREER PLANNING THROUGHOUT THE
                     LIFESPAN
                                                                                           PHYSICAL FITNESS
   0683                 Wkly hrs by arr DAVIS, J ONLINE 3.0
                                                                                           PFIT 51              FITNESS AND WELLNESS STRATEGIES
                        (08/26-12/11)
                                                                                            0747                   Wkly hrs by arr SARE  ONLINE 2.0
PERS 200             ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE                                                                        (09/03-10/29)
 0685  TTh             12:30pm- 1:30pm STAFF                        BC201       1.0
                                                                                           PFIT 60              FITNESS EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
                       (10/14-12/11)
                                                                                            0748   MW              2:00pm- 4:00pm ELDER   PE103               1.0
                                                                                                                   (10/20-11/12)
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                                                                                           PFIT 63              FITNESS ANATOMY AND KINESIOLOGY
PHED 6               SOCCER                                                                 0749   MW              2:00pm- 4:00pm FUJII  PE103 2.0
 0706  MW              12:00pm- 1:30pm          BIELSKI             FFIELD      0.5                                (08/25-10/15)
                       (08/25-10/15)

PHED 20.1  SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASEBALL
                                                                                           POLITICAL SCIENCE
 0708  MTW   1:30pm- 3:30pm STAFF   BFIELD 1.5
                                                                                           POLS 1               AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
             (08/25-11/12)
                                                                                            0787                  Wkly hrs by arr CRUICKSHANK ONLINE 3.0
PHED 20.2         SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASKETBALL -                                                              (10/20-12/08)
                  MEN
   0709      MTWTh 1:30pm- 3:30pm SPIERING PE201 1.0                                       POLS 8               POLITICS OF TRANSITION IN THE POST-
                                                                                                                COMMUNIST ERA
                    (08/25-10/16)
                                                                                              0789                Wkly hrs by arr MIHU     LVRM   3.0
PHED 20.3         SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASKETBALL -                                                              (10/22-12/10)
                  WOMEN
   0710      MTWTh 11:30am- 1:30pm BATES   PE201 1.0                                       SOCIOLOGY
                    (08/25-10/16)
                                                                                           SOCI 1               HUMANITY AND SOCIETY
PHED 29      VARSITY ATHLETIC CONDITIONING
                                                                                            0826                  Wkly hrs by arr JOHNSON, D         LVRM     3.0
 0713   MTTh   2:00pm- 3:00pm RASMUSSEN, M FTC117                               0.5
                                                                                                                  (10/20-12/08)
               (08/25-11/13)
                                                                                           SOCI 40              MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE
PHED 30.1    INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL: WOMEN
                                                                                            0830                 Wkly hrs by arr JOHNSON, D LVRM              3.0
 0714  DAILY   11:30am- 1:30pm BATES  PE201 1.5
                                                                                                                 (10/20-12/08)
               (10/20-12/12)

PHED 31.2    INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL: MEN
 0717  DAILY   1:30pm- 3:30pm SPIERING PE201 1.5
               (10/20-12/12)

PHED 33              CHEERLEADING SKILLS
 1131   MW             5:00pm- 7:00pm GAMECHO                       FFIELD      1.0
                       (08/25-11/19)




Monterey Peninsula College                                            Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                                                            97
 MPC Fall 2008 Marina Classes

   MPC Education Center at Marina Classes
   Short-Term Classes
 NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
    Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time         Instructor    Loc/Rm Units
 MARINA CLASSES                                                                             ENGLISH
                                                                                          *ENGL 1A            COMPOSITION AND ANALYTICAL READING
 BUSINESS                                                                                      1043      W        1:30pm- 4:30pm VAN DAM MT1   3.0
 BUSI 44              INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                      OWNERSHIP/MANAGEMENT
                                                                                          *ENGL 111         INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
                                                                                               0330      TTh     1:00pm- 2:30pm PIRANI MT2                3.0
    0975      T         6:00pm- 9:00pm SOBOTKA MT1                               3.0

 BUSI 60              MONEY MANAGEMENT AND INVESTING                                        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
  0976   M             6:00pm- 9:00pm SOBOTKA MT2  3.0
                                                                                            ENSL 334/434               INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION II
                                                                                             2004   W                5:00pm- 9:00pm HART    MT2           2.0
 CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                   (08/27-10/15)
                                                                                               2005      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm HART    MT2           0.0
 CHDV 1               CHILD DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                     (08/27-10/15)
  0999  W               6:00pm- 9:00pm JONES, W                      MT1         3.0
                                                                                               2006      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm HART    MT2           2.0
 CHDV 55              CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY                                                                   (10/22-12/10)
  2002  T               6:30pm- 9:30pm CARNEY  MT4                               3.0           2007      W           5:00pm- 9:00pm HART    MT2           0.0
                                                                                                                     (10/22-12/10)
* CHDV 71A            ADMINISTRATION OF CHILD
                      DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS I                                                GEOLOGY
    1003      TTh       6:30pm- 9:45pm STAFF  MT2                                3.0
                        (08/26-10/16)
                                                                                          *GEOL 2             INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY
                                                                                               1069      Th        5:30pm- 8:30pm KUVAKAS       MT1       3.0
* CHDV 72             SUPERVISING ADULTS IN THE CHILD
                      CARE SETTING
    1004      TTh       6:30pm- 8:45pm NYZNYK   MT2                              2.0      *GEOL 2L            INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY LAB
                        (10/21-12/11)                                                          1070      Th        8:30pm- 9:30pm KUVAKAS MT1             1.0

 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND                                                                       HEALTH
 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                                                                            HLTH 4    HEALTHY LIVING
 CSIS 1               INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE                                       0436  TTh    2:00pm- 4:00pm          SHIRLEY, K    MT1       3.0
                      AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                             (09/23-12/16)
    1013      W         6:30pm- 8:30pm REBOLD, T MT4 3.0
                                                                                            HLTH 205 CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION FOR
 CSIS 71              OPERATING A PERSONAL COMPUTER                                                    HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
  1021   Sat            9:00am- 1:00pm GOEHRING, D MT4 0.5                                   1074  Sat     8:30am- 5:00pm SMITH,C/STAFF MT1 0.5
                        (10/25-11/22)                                                                      (10/18-10/18)
                                                                                             1075  Sat     8:30am- 5:00pm SMITH,C/STAFF MT1 0.5
                                                                                                           (10/11-10/11)
 DRAMA                                                                                       1076  Sat     8:30am- 5:00pm SMITH,C       MT1 0.5
                                                                                                           (11/15-11/15)
 DRAM 5               FILM APPRECIATION
  2015  Th               6:00pm- 9:00pm SHAPIRO, G                   MT4         3.0
                                                                                            HISTORY
 ECONOMICS                                                                                  HIST 18    HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
                                                                                              0448  TTh     8:00am- 9:30am KEZIRIAN  MT1                  3.0
 ECON 2               PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO
 Transfer: CSU; UC. (CAN ECON 2)
    0203      TTh         11:00am-12:30pm        MORGAN, D           MT1         3.0




 98                                                                    Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes                               Monterey Peninsula College
                                                                                                                               MPC Fall 2008 Seaside Classes

   Marina Classes                                                                                                                  Seaside Classes
 NOTE: Courses with this symbol (*) have prerequisites and/or other requisites. Please check the course listing for details.
    Section Days          Time                   Instructor          Loc/Rm Units              Section Days          Time            Instructor   Loc/Rm Units
 MATHEMATICS                                                                                SEASIDE CLASSES
* MATH 16             ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
    0558      MW        2:00pm- 4:00pm CRISTOBAL                     MT2         3.0        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
 MATH 261     BEGINNING ALGEBRA                                                           *ENSL 322/422                HIGH-BEGINNING ENGLISH II
  0577  DAILY   10:00am-11:00am ROSS                                 MT2         4.0           1055      TTh         5:00pm- 7:00pm SCHACHTER, S OC        4.0
                                                                                               1060      TTh         5:00pm- 7:00pm SCHACHTER, S OC        0.0
* MATH 263            INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA AND
                      COORDINATE GEOMETRY                                                   ENSL 332/432               INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH II
    0590      TTh       3:15pm- 5:45pm WASHBURN MT2                              4.0         1059   TTh              7:00pm- 9:00pm SCHACHTER, S OC        4.0
                                                                                             1065   TTh              7:00pm- 9:00pm SCHACHTER, S OC        0.0
* MATH 351            PRE-ALGEBRA
    0591      DAILY     9:00am-10:00am           ROSS                MT2         3.0

 MUSIC
 MUSI 48A             STRING INSTRUMENTS: BEGINNING
                      GUITAR
    1106      M         7:00pm- 9:00pm MCNAMARA, R MT4                           1.0

 PHILOSOPHY
 PHIL 2               INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
  1184  M               1:30pm- 4:30pm BEVERSLUIS MT1                            3.0

 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 1               GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
  0793  MW              10:00am-11:30am HOBBS                        MT1         3.0

 PSYC 25              CHILD AND ADULT DEVELOPMENT
  0799   MW             12:00pm- 1:30pm HOBBS MT1                                3.0

 PSYC 40              HUMAN SEXUALITY
  0806   TTh            9:30am-11:00am CALDWELL                      MT1         3.0

 SPANISH
 SPAN 225A            BASIC CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I
  1183  W               4:00pm- 6:30pm CABRERA MT4                               2.5

 SPEECH
 SPCH 2               SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
  1161  M               6:00pm- 9:00pm FOX   MT1                                 3.0




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