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					                                                               2011
                                                                sccollege.edu




                                                                                                        schedule of classes
       classes begin august 22 • santa ana college classes on reverse side


Santiago Canyon College
RSCCD BoaRD of TRuSTeeS: Brian E. Conley, M.A., President • Phillip E. Yarbrough, Vice President • Mark McLoughlin, CPSM, Clerk • R. David Chapel, Ed.D. • John R. Hanna
Lawrence R. “Larry” Labrado • Lisa Woolery, APR, M.A. • Nathan Selvidge, Student Trustee
ChanCelloR: Raúl Rodríguez, Ph.D. SanTiago Canyon College PReSiDenT: Juan Vázquez SANTA ANA COLLEGE PRESIDENT: Erlinda J. Martinez, Ed. D.
A Message from the President
                                     Dear Student:
                                     Welcome to the fall semester at Santiago Canyon College! Enrolling at SCC and pursuing a college
                                     education is an important decision for your future. Whether your goal is to transfer to a four-year
                                     university, earn an A.A. degree or certificate, or train for a new career, we’re here to help you succeed.
                                     You are a top priority of everyone at SCC. Our faculty and staff will provide you with the best possible
                                     education in a helpful and supportive environment. The outstanding student services we offer will assist
                                     you with attaining your goals in areas such as the library, counseling office, child development center,
                                     financial aid, and more.
                                     Good luck with your studies and have a great spring semester!
                                                                                                                                    Sincerely,




ContentS                                                                                                                            Juan A. Vázquez

Academic Planning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43–48                  Santiago Canyon College Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Admissions / Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–6                  Services for Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40–42
Apprenticeships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10         Academic Success Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Board of Governors Application . . .the insert following page 52                                        Associated Student Government (ASG) . . . . . . . . . . 40
Calendars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1             Bookstore, Food Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Career Training Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9                           CalWORKs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Certificate Program Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46                               Career Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
College Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17–36                        Child Development Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
       GR8 Weeks (Quick Study) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                             College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) . . . . . 40
       Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11               Community Services Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
       Online Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                  Counseling Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
       Weekend Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                       Disabled Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Continuing Education Class Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-50                                  EOPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Fees & Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6                Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .the insert following page 52                             Health & Wellness Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Grades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13           Language Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Help—We’re here to Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3                           Math Study Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
How to Read this Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                          Pathways to Teaching Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 41
Información en español . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3                      Psychological Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40          Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Locations, Campus, Classes & Facility . . . . . . . . . . . .16, 51-52                                  Student Clubs & Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-52             Student Leadership Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Nondiscrimination Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13                       Student Life & Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Online Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                   Student Placement Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3           Transfer Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Placement Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7–8                   Tutoring Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Policies & Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13–14                    Veteran’s Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–6                  Sexual Harassment Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14


   Santiago Canyon College Mission Statement
   Santiago Canyon College is an innovative learning community dedicated to intellectual and personal growth. Our purpose is to foster
   student success and to help students achieve these core outcomes: to learn, act, communicate and think critically. We are committed to
   maintaining standards of excellence and providing an accessible, a transferable, and an engaging education to a diverse community.




   Class Schedule
   Prepared each semester, the Class Schedule includes general information, courses offered, hours, rooms, and instructor names. Schedules
   are available at the SCC Bookstore. Because the schedule is prepared three months prior to the start of classes, the information published
   is subject to change.
   The Class Schedule is available in alternate formats to qualified students with disabilities. For more information phone 714-628-4864 or
   come to the Disabled Students Programs and Services Center in E-105.
                                    Santiago Canyon College
                                              faLL 2011 CLass sCHeDULe
                                              august 22 – December 11, 2011
                                                      iMporTanT inforMaTion
       Continuing students: a continuing student is a student who attended the spring 2011 or summer 2011 semester.
       If you did not attend, you must reapply online

regisTraTion CaLenDar
July	13,	2011	–	August	21,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Online	registration	for	CONTINUING	students		
                                                           (students	who	attended	Spring	2011	or	Summer	2011)
August	2,	2011	–	August	21,	2011 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  . Online	registration	for	NEW	students
August	16,	2011	–	August	21,	2011 	 .  .  .  .  .  . Online	registration	for	CAP	(high	school)	students
fULL seMesTer CoUrses
August	22,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Instruction	begins	for	full	semester	courses
See	Add	Authorization 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	add	a	class	with	instructor	provided	Add	Authorization	slip
September	4,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	with	enrollment	fee	refund
September	4,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	and	NOT	receive	a	“W”	grade
September	23,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	file	Pass/No	Pass	option
November	13,	2011 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	and	receive	a	“W”	grade
firsT gr8 WeeK CoUrses
(note: every short term course has a different add/drop and refund date–Check section Detail online.)
August	22,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Instruction	begins	for	first	GR8	weeks	courses
See	Add	Authorization 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	add	a	class	with	instructor	provided	Add	Authorization	slip
Check section detail online	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	with	enrollment	fee	refund
30%	of	class	meetings	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	file	Pass/No	Pass	option
Check section detail online	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	and	receive	a	“W”	grade
seConD gr8 WeeK CoUrses
(note: every short term course has a different add/drop and refund date–Check section Detail online.)
October	17,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Instruction	begins	for	second	GR8	weeks	courses
See	Add	Authorization 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	add	with	instructor	provided	Add	Authorization	slip
Check section detail online	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	with	enrollment	fee	refund
30%	of	class	meetings	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	file	Pass/No	Pass	option
Check section detail online	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	drop	online	and	receive	a	“W”	grade
aCaDeMiC forM DeaDLines
October	14,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Last	date	to	file	for	Petition	to	Graduate	for	December,	Petition	for	Certificate	
                                                                                of	Achievement,	Petition	for	Certificate,	and/or	CSU	or	IGETC	Certification
aCaDeMiC HoLiDaY CaLenDar
(if holiday is on a Monday, weekend classes Do meet. if holiday is on a friday, weekend classes Do noT meet.)
September	5,	2011	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Labor	Day
November	11,	2011 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Veteran’s	Day
November	24	–	27,	2011 	 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Thanksgiving	Holiday
December	12,	2011	–	January	2,	2012 	 .  .  .  . Holiday	Break


   Continuing students: a continuing student is a                                                 Tips for regisTraTion
   student who attended spring 2011 or summer                                   	 •	 Check	your	email	often
   2011. if you DiD noT attend, you must reapply                                	 •	 Take	care	of	holds	before	you	register
   online. registration dates are based on total units                          	 •	 Check	your	enrollment	appointment	date	and	time,		
   completed at sCC/saC.                                                             and	enroll	as	soon	as	it’s	time
                                                                                	 •	 Meet	with	counselor	early	to	avoid	lines
   new students and Cap students must submit an                                 	 •	 Select	your	classes	prior	to	your	registration	appointment
   application online to receive a registration date.                           	 •	 Update	your	student	file	with	your	personal	email	address



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We’re Here To HeLp...
for answers to questions about                                                                             VisiT oUr WeBsiTes
santiago Canyon College,                                                                                   santiago Canyon College – www.sccollege.edu
call 714-628-4900 or ...                                                                                   rancho santiago Community College District – www.rsccd.edu




To ConTaCT or Learn aBoUT . . .                            aDMinisTraTor/ConTaCT                           LoCaTion                                                        TeLepHone
Academic	Success	Center	                                   SCC	Academic	Success	Center	Staff	              SCC,	D-209	                                                      714-628-4830
Admissions/Registration		                                  SCC	Admissions/Records	                         SCC,	E-101	                                                      714-628-4901
Amusement	Tickets	                                         Cashier	Staff	                                  SCC,	E-102	                                                      714-628-4727
Apprenticeship	                                            Patti	Dillon	                                   SCC,	U-83	                                                       714-628-4888
Articulation	Officer	                                      Leonor	Aguilera	                                SCC,	D-104-N	                                                    714-628-4854
Athletics	                                                 Martin	Stringer	                                SCC,	SC-210	                                                     714-628-4816
Bookstore	                                                 Bill	Jeffery	                                   SCC,	A-101	                                                      714-628-4735
CalWORKs	SCC	                                              Susie	Duarte	                                   SCC,	E-108	                                                      714-628-4915
CAMP	                                                      Anna	Catalán	                                   SCC,	A-203	                                                      714-628-5034
Career	Services	                                           Dora	Contreras-Bright	                          SCC,	D-106	                                                      714-628-4805
Cashier’s	Office	                                          Cashier	Staff	                                  SCC,	E-102	                                                      714-628-4727
ChiLD	DEvELOPMENT	SERviCES		                               Dee	Tucker		                                    District	Office,	2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	Ana		                   714-480-7546
	 CDC—Santiago	Canyon	College	                             Susan	Wahl	                                     SCC,	C-115	                                                      714-628-4890
	 CDC—SCC	Orange	Education	Center	                         Mary	O’Neill	                                   SCC	OEC,	1465	N.	Batavia	St.,	Orange,	CA	92867	                  714-628-5925
College	Advancement	                                       John	hernandez	                                 SCC,	A-201	                                                      714-628-4790
Community	Services	                                        Brenda	hohnstein	                               SCC,	A-212	                                                      714-628-4960
Continuing	Education	Division—Orange	Education	Center	     José	vargas	                                    SCC	OEC,	1465	N.	Batavia	St.,	Orange,	CA	92867	                  714-628-5900
Counseling	                                                SCC	Counseling	Staff	                           SCC,	D-106	                                                      714-628-4800
Crisis	Line	                                               	                                               	                                                                714-628-4766
Disabled	Students	Programs	&	Services	                     Lucy	Carr-Rollitt	                              SCC,	E-105	                                                      714-628-4860
District	Office		                                          	                                               2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	92706	                           714-480-7300
District	Safety		                                          SCC	District	Safety	Staff	                      SCC,	U-100	                                                      714-628-4730
Emergency		                                                SCC	District	Safety	Staff	                      SCC,	U-100	                                                      714-628-4730
EOPS/CARE	                                                 Nena	Baldizon-Rios	                             SCC,	E-108	                                                      714-628-4915
Facility	Reservations		                                    victoria	Williams	                              SCC,	A-204	                                                      714-628-4719
Financial	Aid		                                            SCC	Financial	Aid	Staff	                        SCC,	E-104	                                                      714-628-4876
Graduation	                                                Leigh	Ann	Unger	                                SCC,	E-101-1	                                                    714-628-4852
health	and	Wellness	Center	                                Beth	hoffman	                                   SCC,	T-102	                                                      714-628-4773
honors	Program	                                            Aracely	Mora	                                   SCC,	A-201	                                                      714-628-4880
human	Resources	/	Equal	Employment	Opportunity	            	                                               RSCCD	District	Office,	2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	92706	    714-480-7484
international	Students	                                    international	Students	Staff	                   SAC,	B-12	                                                       714-564-6047
internet	access	to	RSCCD	on	the	World	Wide	Web	            	                                               http://www.rsccd.edu
Languages	Lab	                                             Languages	Lab	Staff	                            SCC,	D-209	                                                      714-628-4741
Learning	Disabilities		                                    Lucy	Carr-Rollitt	                              SCC,	E-105	                                                      714-628-4860
Library		                                                  SCC	Library	Services	Staff	                     SCC,	Library	                                                    714-628-5000
Lost	&	Found		                                             SCC	District	Safety	Staff	                      SCC,	U-100	                                                      714-628-4730
Math	Study	hall		                                          Darlene	Diaz	                                   SCC,	U-78	                                                       714-628-4958
Orange	Education	Center,	SCC	Continuing	Education	(OEC)	   	                                               SCC	OEC,	1465	N.	Batavia	St.,	Orange,	CA	92867	                  714-628-5900
Outreach	                                                  Staff	                                          SCC,	A-212	                                                      714-628-4808
Parking	Permits	                                           Cashiers	Staff	                                 SCC,	E-102	                                                      714-628-4727
Pathways	to	Teaching	                                      Kalonji	Saterfield	                             SCC,	D-104-N	                                                    714-628-4797
Photo	iD	                                                  Cashier	Staff	                                  SCC,	E-102	                                                      714-628-4727
Placement	Testing	Center		                                 Terry	Flores	                                   SCC,	E-302-N	                                                    714-628-4812
Psychological	Services,	health	and	Wellness	Center		       Staff	                                          SCC	health	and	Wellness	Center,	T-102	                           714-628-4772
Public	Affairs	                                            John	Weispfenning	                              SCC,	D-128	                                                      714-628-5030
RSCCD	District	Office		                                    	                                               2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	92706		                          714-480-7300
Registration		                                             SCC	Admissions/Records	Staff	                   SCC,	E-101	                                                      714-628-4901
Santiago	Canyon	College	(SCC)		                            	                                               8045	E.	Chapman,	Orange,	CA	92869		                              714-628-4900




  2 sCC—sanTiago CanYon CoLLege CoUrses                                                  register online at www.sccollege.edu               See	page	51	for	all	class	locations
To ConTaCT or Learn aBoUT . . .                           aDMinisTraTor/ConTaCT                      LoCaTion                                   TeLepHone
Santiago	Canyon	College	Foundation	                       John	hernandez	                            SCC,	A-201	                                     714-628-4790
Scholarships		                                            SCC	Scholarship	Staff	                     SCC,	A-206-A	                                   714-628-4793
Security	                                                 SCC	District	Safety	Staff	                 SCC,	U-100	                                     714-628-4730
Spanish	Language	Telephone	Assistance		                   	                                          SCC	                                            714-628-4856
Student	Life	&	Leadership/ASG		                           Rob	Olmos	                                 SCC,	A-206	                                     714-628-4710
Student	Clubs/Organizations	                              Rob	Olmos	                                 SCC,	A-206	                                     714-628-4917
Student	Placement	Office	                                 Diana	Casares	                             SCC,	A-206-A	                                   714-628-4921
Testing	Center	                                           Terry	Flores	                              SCC,	E-303	                                     714-628-4985
Transcripts	–	Online	Service	
Transfer	Center	                                          Robert	Waldren	                            SCC,	D-104-N	                                   714-628-4865
Tutoring	Center		                                         Bryan	Mills	                               SCC,	U-78	                                      714-628-4795
veteran’s	Affairs	                                        Dorothy	Nacita/Denise	Scolaro	             SAC,	U-221	                                     714-564-6242

sanTiago CanYon CoLLege DiVisions/DeparTMenTs
Arts,	humanities	and	Social	Sciences		                    	                                          	                                               714-628-4820	
	 Dean	                                                   John	Weispfenning	                         SCC,	D-128	                                     714-628-4820
Business	and	Career	Technical	Education		                 	                                          	                                               714-628-4883	
	 Dean	                                                   vacant	                                    SCC,	U-83	                                      714-628-4883
Counseling	and	Student	Support	Services		                 	                                          	                                               714-628-4751	
	 Dean	                                                   Ruth	Babeshoff	                            SCC,	D-106	                                     714-628-4775
Library	                                                  	                                          	                                                              	
	 Dean	                                                   John	Weispfenning	                         SCC,	D-128	                                     714-628-4820
Mathematics	and	Sciences	                                 	                                          	                                               714-628-4771	
	 interim	Dean	                                           Martin	Stringer	                           SCC,	SC-210	                                    714-628-4771




            DisTriTo CoLegiaL CoMUniTario ranCHo sanTiago
            Información	en	español	para	Santiago	Canyon	College	en	el	área	de	Orange:	714-628-4856
            Santiago Canyon College                                            Para	hablar	con	alguien	en	español	acerca	de:	
                                                                               Admisiones	/	Evaluación/Orientación	/	Inscripciones	/	Servicios	de	
            Favor	de	llamar	                	 714-628-4856                     consejería	/	Ayuda	financiera	/	Clases	generales	/	Ciudadanía	/	
            Lunes	a	jueves	de	              	 8:30	am	–	4:30	pm                Programas	académicos	y	vocacionales	/	Otros	servicios	 . . .
            Viernes	                        	 8:30	am	–	12:30	pm
                                                                               ¡Se	le	puede	atender	en	español!




            parKing
            CaMpUs parKing inforMaTion
            RSCCD	requires	parking	permits	for	student	and	staff	lots	at	Santiago	Canyon	College .	Parking	permits	may	be	purchased	at	time	
            of	registration	for	$30 .00	in	the	Cashier’s	Office	(E-102) .	The	purchase	of	your	permit	funds	parking	services	and	vehicle	security	
            when	parked	on	campus .

            DisaBLeD sTUDenT parKing
            Several	 areas	 on	 campus	 are	 designated	 for	 disabled	 parking .	 Vehicles	 in	 these	 areas	 are	 required to display a current sCC
            parking permit	as	well	as	one	of	the	following:	District-issued	disabled	permit,	State	placard,	or	special	State	license	plate .	District	
            permits	are	available	in	the	SCC	Disabled	Student	Center,	E-105 .

            refUnD of parKing fee
            Any	student	who	withdraws	from	class(es)	through	the	first	two	weeks	of	instruction	may	request	a	refund	for	his/her	parking	
            permit .	The	student	is	required	to	return	the	parking	permit,	and	the	numbers	must	be	legible .	No	refund	will	be	allowed	after	
            the	second	week	of	instruction .	No	refund	will	be	allowed	if	the	parking	permit	is	lost	or	stolen .	Receipts	must	be	presented .

            parKing LoT DisCLaiMer
            Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	is	not	responsible	for	damages	to,	loss	of,	or	thefts	from	vehicles	parked	on	campus,	
            except	as	defined	under	the	applicable	Government	Codes	of	California,	including	[810-966 .6] .




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aDMissions/regisTraTion
   WHo MaY appLY for aDMission?

                        Complete an application if:                                      Career advance placement (Cap)—
                     • You	have	never	attended	SCC	or	SAC                                Concurrent High school enrollment
                     • You	did	not	attend	SCC	or	SAC	Spring	or	                          High	 School	 students	 who	 may	 benefit	 from	 college	
                       Summer	2011 .                                                     instruction	may	enroll	for	courses	with	permission	of	their	
                                                                                         high	school	administration .	Students	must	submit	a	Career	
                                                                                         Advancement	 Placement	 Form	 each	 semester,	 signed	 by	
   You may apply for admission to sCC if you:                                            a	 parent	 and	 school	 principal	 or	 designee .	 The	 form	 must	
   • Have	graduated	from	high	school	or;                                                 designate	the	exact	courses	being	requested .	Students	must	
   • Have	passed	the	CA	High	School	Proficiency	Certificate	                             meet	 prerequisites	 and	 take	 appropriate	 testing .	 students
     Exam	or;                                                                            under 16 must also obtain permission of the associate
   • Have	passed	the	GED	examination	or;                                                 Dean of admissions or registrar .
   • Have	not	graduated	from	high	school	but	are	18	years	
                                                                                         Students	 apply	 online	 and	 submit	 appropriate	 required	
     or	older	and	may	profit	from	SCC	instruction	or;
                                                                                         paperwork	 in	 the	 Admissions	 Office .	 All	 CAP	 students	 will	
   • Are	 an	 international	 student	 who	 has	 satisfied	 specific	
                                                                                         be	 assigned	 a	 registration	 date	 and	 may register online
     admissions	requirements;	and
                                                                                         within the week prior to the semester start .	 Additional	
   • Are	an	eligible	high	school	student	who	has	satisfied	                              information	is	available	through	the	SCC	Admissions	Office,	
     specific	admissions	requirements .                                                  SCC	Counseling,	or	the	High	School	Counseling	Department .

                                                                                         To	 download	 the	 CAP	 form,	 visit	 the	 website	 at	      	
   international students                                                                                                                             	
                                                                                         www.sccollege.edu .	 Click	 on	 Admissions	 &	 Records,	 then	
                                                                                         click	on	forms .
   International	 Students	 are	 eligible	 for	 admission	 under	
   a	 student	 visa	 (F-1) .	 Apply	 to	 the	 International	 Students	
   Office,	 Santa	 Ana	 College,	 for	 forms	 and	 instructions .	
   Deadlines	 are	 June	 1	 for	 the	 Fall	 semester	 and	           	
   December	 1	 for	 Spring .	 Visit	 the	 International	 Office	    	
   website:	 www.sccollege.edu,	 click	 on	 Admissions	 and	
   Records,	then	click	on	International	Students .


   MaTriCULaTion proCess
sTep one:
To	 apply	 to	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College,	 complete	 an	 application	 online	         Students	who	are	unsure	whether	they	should	complete	the	matriculation	
at	 www.sccollege.edu	 Click	 on	 the	APPLY	 link.	After	 submitting	 all	 of	        program	should	contact	the	Counseling	Department	at	Santiago	Canyon.	
your	information,	you	will	receive	an	email	confirmation	from	CCCApply.	              714-628-4800.
Within	 4	 business	 days	 you	 will	 receive	 a	 second	 email	 from	 Santiago	
Canyon	College	with	your	student	iD	number,	login	number	and	important	               sTep THree:
registration	 information.	You	 will	 be	 able	 to	 log	 onto	 Online	 Records	 to	   Do I need to submit transcripts? Have I met the prerequisites?
view	your	registration	date.                                                          if	 you	 have	 completed	 a	 prerequisite	 for	 a	 course	 outside	 of	 Santiago	
                                                                                      Canyon	 College	 or	 Santa	 Ana	 College,	 you	 will	 be	 restricted	 from	
sTep TWo:                                                                             registering	in	that	course	using	the	online	registration	system.	You	must	
Who needs to test? You need to test if you:                                           bring	a	copy	of	your	transcript	to	the	Counseling	Office	and	meet	with	a	
•	 Plan	to	earn	an	Associate	degree                                                   counselor	to	obtain	a	waiver	prior	to	registering	for	the	course.
•	 Plan	to	earn	a	certificate
•	 Plan	to	transfer                                                                   sTep foUr:
•	 Plan	to	enroll	in	an	English,	reading,	math	or	chemistry	course                    Do I need to attend an orientation or advisement session?
                                                                                      New	students	who	did	not	attend	the	Early	Decision	registration	process	
Students	 who	 have	 attended	 another	 college	 may	 bring	 an	 official	 copy	
                                                                                      through	 their	 high	 school,	 transfer	 students,	 or	 returning	 students	 who	
of	placement	tests	results	you	may	have	to	the	Counseling	Office	D-106,	
                                                                                      have	 taken	 placement	 testing,	 may	 take	 advantage	 of	 an	 orientation	 or	
to	 determine	 whether	 it	 is	 advisable	 to	 complete	 additional	 placement	
                                                                                      advisement	session	with	a	counselor.	Call	the	Counseling	Department	at	
testing.	Placement	test	information	from	other	colleges	must	include:	your	
                                                                                      714-628-4800	to	schedule	an	appointment.
name,	name	of	the	test(s),	the	raw	scores(s),	and	test	date(s).	English	test	
scores	are	valid	for	two	years.	Math	scores	are	valid	for	one	year.	Also	refer	
to	page	8	of	this	schedule.


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    HoW Do i regisTer for CLasses?
All	registrations	are	completed	by	appointment	only.	You	will	need	to	have	your	user	
name	and	password	in	order	to	access	the	system.	if	a	new	student,	this	information	
was	 sent	 to	 you	 via	 email.	You	 can	 view	 your	 registration	 appointment	 time	 and	
                                                                                                                               WeB
register	online	anytime	on	or	after	your	appointment	until	the	Sunday	prior	to	the	
semester	start.	Additional	registration	instructions	are	available	on	the	Admissions	                                          regisTraTion
and	Records	Office	website,	www.sccollege.edu.

                                                                                                   online registration
   onLine prioriTY regisTraTion DaTes:                                                             	   1.	   Go	to	www.sccollege.edu	and	click	on	“Web	Advisor”
   for Continuing students                                                                         	   2.	   From	the	Main	Menu,	click	on	the	“Log	in”	tab	at	the	top
   To	 view	 your	 registration	 date,	 please	 log	 in	 to	 your	 account	 on	 “Web	              	   3.	   Log	in	with	your	user	iD	and	password
   Advisor”	 and	 click	 on	 the	 “Registration	Appointments”	 located	 under	 the	                	   4.	   Click	on	“Students”
   Registration	heading.	You	may	register	on	your	date	or	anytime	thereafter.                      	   5.	   C
                                                                                                             	 lick	on	the	“Register	for	Classes”	link	
   Continuing	Students	(Students	who	attended		                                                              (also	click	on	address	change	to	update	your	email	account)
   	 SCC/SAC	Spring	or	Summer	2011)	..........July	13,	2011	–	August	21,	2011	                     	   6.	   From	the	Search/Register	for	Sections	page:
   New	Students	................................................... August	2	–	August	21,	2011	    	    	    a.	 Select	a	Term
   CAP	high	School	Students	.......................................... August	16	–	21,	2011        	    	    b.	 Select	a	Location
                                                                                                   	    	    c.	 Choose	your	subjects
   Students	who	are	accepted	by	DSP&S,	CARE	and	EOP&S	will	be	registering	on	
                                                                                                   	    	    d.	 Click	on	the	“Submit”	button
   7/11/11-7/12/11.	if	you	have	any	qualifying	disability,	you	may	be	eligible	for	
                                                                                                   	   7.	   From	the	Section	Selection	Results	page:
   early	registration.	For	information,	check	with	the	Disabled	Students	Programs	
                                                                                                   	    	         S
                                                                                                             a.	 	 elect	all	of	the	sections	that	you	are	interested	in	by	checking		
   &	Services,	E-105,	714-628-4860,	Students	with	diagnosed	disabilities	should	
                                                                                                                  the	boxes	on	the	“Select”	column
   contact	the	DSP&S	Office	to	arrange	for	reasonable	accommodations.	For	most	
                                                                                                   	 	       b.	 Click	on	the	“Submit”	button
   information,	check	the	Website	at	www.sccollege.edu/dsps.
                                                                                                   	 8.	     Your	selected	sections	are	now	shown	on	the	Registration	Shopping	Cart	
                                                                                                             page:
sTUDenT responsiBiLiTY To Drop CLasses                                                             	 	            i
                                                                                                             a.	 	n	the	“Action”	column,	choose	“Register”	for	the	sections	that	you	wish	
                                                                                                                  to	enroll	in
Students	 must	 drop	 a	 course	 by	 the	 end	 of	 the	 second	 week	 of	 instruction	 (full	
                                                                                                   	 9.	     Click	on	the	“Submit”	button	
semester	courses)	in	order	to	avoid	a	financial	obligation	to	the	college.
                                                                                                             After	you	click	“Submit,”	you	will	be	officially	registered
Students	who	have	enrolled	for	classes	and	decide	not	to	attend	must	drop	classes	by	
                                                                                                   10.	      Pay	fees	within	3	days	to	avoid	being	dropped	from	your	courses	
Sunday,	September	4,	2011,	to	avoid	a	“W”   .		Classes	dropped	after	that	date	will	appear	
                                                                                                             (Weekends	and	holidays	are	included.)	The	day	you	register	is	your	first	day.
on	the	student	record	with	a	“W”	grade.	You must drop your course online.	Check
                                                                                                   	11.	     You	can	view	your	results	on	the	Registration	Results	page
your schedule to verify that the transaction was successfully completed. You
                                                                                                   	12.	     Pay	fees	and	print	receipt
are only eligible for a refund if you drop by September 4, 2011.
                                                                                                   	13.	     Log	out
 aTTenTion! even if you stop attending the class, you owe the fees                                 	 *	      For	additional	help,	view	the	Student	Web	Advisor	help	Manual	or	Web	
 unless you drop the class before sunday, september 4, 2011.                                                 Advisor	Log	in	help	video.


   Manage MY WaiT LisT–THis is THe sTUDenT’s responsiBiLiTY
   • Once	a	class	fills	its	seats	to	the	limit,	a	wait	list	is	created.	Although	you	may	         REMINDER - YOU WILL NOT BE ROLLED OVER IF:
     see	an	open	seat	–	you	may	only	add	yourself	to	the	wait	list.	                              •	 You	do	not	meet	the	prerequisite		
   • it	is	your	responsibility	to	check	your	email	daily	to	see	if	you	have	been	moved	              	 (make	sure	your	waiver	has	been	entered	by	Counseling)
     from	the	wait	list	into	an	open	seat.		                                                      •	 You	are	repeating	a	course
   • When	 students	 are	 dropped	 for	 non-payment,	 seats	 may	 become	 available.	             •	 You	need	an	overload	petition
     Students	on	the	wait	list	WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE CLASS	will	be	rolled	                     •	 There	is	a	class	conflict
     automatically	into	the	open	seats.	An	email	will	be	sent	to	you	when	this	hap-
     pens.	You have 3 days to pay. Failure to pay on time causes you to lose                      CLOSED CLASSES/CLASSES REqUIRING AN ADD AUTHORIzATION CODE
     the class and a place on the wait list.                                                      if	the	class	you’d	like	to	register	for	is	closed,	place	yourself	on	the	wait	list,	if	it	is	
   • if	you	have	not	met	the	class	pre-requisite	or	if	you	do	not	have	a	class	waiver	            available.	Otherwise,	once	the	course	begins,	the	registration	system	will	require	
     (i.e.,	permission	to	register	for	the	class	online),	you	will	remain	on	the	wait	list	       an	Add	Authorization	code	in	order	to	register,	which	you	must	obtain	from	the	
     and	never	roll	into	an	open	seat.	                                                           instructor.
   • Online	classes	do	not	always	allow	wait	listing.	Most	online	courses	overload	               You	may	attend	the	first	class	meeting	to	ask	the	instructor	for	an	ADD	PERMiT	
     their	capacity.	Once	that	capacity	is	filled,	the	class	is	closed.	You	will	not	be	          with	an	ADD	Authorization	Code	(AAC).	if	the	instructor	gives	you	an	Add	Permit,	
     able	 to	 get	 on	 the	 wait	 list.	 DO	 NOT	 EMAiL	ThE	 iNSTRUCTOR.	You	 will	 not	         follow	 the	 instructions	 on	 the	 permit	 to	 register	 for	 the	 course	 by	 the	 stated	
     receive	a	reply.	                                                                            deadline.
   • Some	wait	lists	may	have	a	maximum	limit.	if	you	cannot	add	to	the	wait	list,	               if	you	have	any	further	questions	regarding	Add	Permits,	contact	the	Admissions	
     then	it	must	be	full.	                                                                       Office	at	714-628-4901.
   • Once	the	semester	starts,	the	movement	off	the	wait	lists	stops	for	full	semester	
     classes.	however,	students	wait	listed	for	late	starting	classes	will	continue	to	
     be	rolled	into	open	seats.	




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  paYMenT of fees


  Drop for non-paYMenT poLiCY:                                                                          paY fees iMMeDiaTeLY
  Enrollment	fees	must	be	paid	iN	FULL	within three days (weekends                                      Pay Online	with	a	credit	card	at	www.sccollege.edu	OR	Pay in person
  and holidays included) of registration or all of your courses                                         or mail check or money order to	the	college	Cashier’s	Office	locations	
  will be dropped and released to other students.	The day you                                           listed	on	this	page.	Payment	by	check,	visa,	MasterCard,	and	Discover	are	
  register counts as the first day.	 if	 you	 need	 assistance	 paying	                                 accepted,	Do	not	send	cash!	Make	checks	payable	to	“RSCCD”	and	write	
  your	enrollment	fees	and	would	like	to	apply	for	a	Fee	Waiver,	go	to	                                 your	Student	iD	number	on	the	check.
  www.cccapply.org/BOGWaiver/.	it	is	your	responsibility	to	check	
  your	account	balance	and	pay	the	amount	owed.
                                                                                                                 	 visa	      Discover	     MasterCard	      Cash	         Check*
What fees are owed?
                                                                                                        *Checks	 returned	 for	 any	 reason	 will	 be	 charged	 $25.	 in	 addition,	 an	
                                                                                                        administrative	 hold	 will	 be	 placed	 against	 your	 student	 record	 which	
  all fees and tuition are subject to change by the                                                     will	not	allow	you	to	view	your	student	information	online.	Payment	for	
  state Legislature or Community College Board                                                          dishonored	checks	may	be	made	by	cash,	cashier’s	check,	credit	card,	or	
  of governors.                                                                                         money	order	at	the	Cashier’s	Office,	E	102.

  Enrollment	Fee	per	Unit	(all	students)	.................................. $36.00                      Registration	                                       Registration	
                                                                                                        SCC	Cashier’s	Office	                               SAC	Cashier’s	Office	
  Non-resident	Tuition	Fee	per	Unit	....................................... $200.00                     8045	E.	Chapman	Avenue	                             1530	W.	17th	Street	
   Required	of	all	out-of-state	students	(students	who	do	not		                                         Orange,	CA	92869	                                   Santa	Ana,	CA	92706
   have	residency	in	the	State	of	California	for	one	year),	
   international	and	non-citizen	students
                                                                                                           refUnDs
  health	Fee	(Mandatory)*	...................................................... $17.00
                                                                                                           Refunds	 for	 eligible	 students	 should	 be requested in person	 by	
  Student	Service	Fee	(Optional)	................................................ $7.50                    visiting	 the	 Cashier’s	 Office	 at	 SCC	 or	 the	 Cashier’s	 Office	 at	 SAC.	
    $2.50	for	photo	iD	card	for	college	services	                                                          Refunds are not issued by mail. Refund	for	fees	paid	by	credit	card	
    $5.00	for	college	activities                                                                           only,	can	be	requested	by	telephone.	Call	714-628-4727	to	request	a	
  Student	Representation	Fee	at	SCC	........................................ $1.00                         refund.
                                                                                                           Refunds	 (excluding	 non-resident	 tuition)	 will	 be	 issued	 in	 the	
  Parking	Fee	............................................................................. 30.00
                                                                                                           following	manner:
    (Required	to	park	on	campus;	motorcycles	are	exempt	in	
    designated	parking	areas)                                                                                 • Credit	refund	to	card	for	all	credit	card	payments.
                                                                                                              • Cash	refund	for	cash	payments.
  Materials	Fee	..........................................................................varies              • Cash	 refund	 for	 check	 payments	 after	 14	 calendar	 days	 from	
   (May	be	required	for	a	course.	Check	Class	Schedule)                                                         the	date	of	cash	register	receipt	for	full	semester	classes.	
                                                                                                              • Short-term	classes	have	refund	deadlines	of	one	week	or	less.
  *health	Fee	Exemptions	(Education	Code	76355):	(1)	Any	student	who	
                                                                                                              • Cash	refunds	over	$100.00	will	be	issued	by	check.	
  depends	 exclusively	 upon	 prayer	 for	 healing	 in	 accordance	 with	 the	
  teachings	of	a	bona	fide	religious	sect,	denomination,	or	organization,	                                 Refund of Enrollment, Health, Parking, and Student Service Fees
  provided	that	the	student	presents	documentary	evidence	of	an	affiliation	                               Students	 who	 withdraw	 from	 full-semester	 classes	 by	 Sunday,	
  with	such	a	bona	fide	religious	sect,	denomination,	or	organization.	(2)	                                September	4,	2011,	or	by	10%	of	a	course	less	than	a	semester	in	
  Any	student	enrolled	in	an	approved	Apprenticeship	Program.		A	request	                                  length,	may	request	a	100%	refund.
  for	an	exemption	may	be	filed	at	the	Admissions	&	Records	Office.
                                                                                                           Refund of Non-Resident Tuition
                                                                                                           Students	 who	 withdraw	 from	 full-semester	 classes	 by	 Sunday,	
                                                                                                           September	 4,	 2011,	 may	 request	 a	 100%	 refund.	 Students	
  Concurrently enrolled High school students                                                               withdrawing	after	that	date	are	not	eligible	for	a	refund.
      • Full-time	status	for	Fall	or	Spring	semester	is	12	units                                           Refunds	 for	 international	 students	 may	 be	 requested	 in	 person	 by	
                                                                                                           visiting	the	Cashier’s	Office	at	Santa	Ana	College.
      • Full-time	status	in	Summer	is	6	units
                                                                                                           Refunds	 will	 be	 issued	 in	 the	 following	 manner:	 credit	 refund	 to	
      • Students	enrolled	in	full-time	status	are	required	to	pay	                                         card	for	all	credit	card	payments,	cash	and	check	payments	will	be	
        enrollment	fees	in	addition	to	the	health	fee                                                      refunded	by	check.



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TesTs—pLaCeMenT
    pLaCeMenT TesTing

WHaT is testing?                                                                         ESL	test	scores	from	other	institutions	are	not	accepted.	in	addition,	ESL	
To	 assist	 you	 in	 successfully	 reaching	 your	 education	 goals,	 we	 request	       students	who	have	completed	ESL	credit	courses	at	other	colleges	and	are	
that	most	students	complete	assessment	or	placement	testing	in	English,	                 still	in	need	of	additional	English	as	a	Second	Language	instruction,	must	
Reading	and	Math.	This	enables	us	to	counsel	you	as	to	the	appropriate	                  also	take	the	placement	test	at	SCC.	This	is	done	so	that	we	can	determine	
English,	Reading	and	Math	courses	you	should	take.                                       which	of	our	courses	best	meet	your	needs.
There	are	two	English	tests.	The	College	Test	for	English	Placement	(CTEP)	              if	 your	 test	 scores	 are	 over	 two	 years	 old	 in	 English,	 or	 one	 year	 old	 in	
is	for	students	who	have	studied	English	and/or	ESL	(English	as	a	Second	                math,	or	if	you	are	applying	for	a	special	program	which	requires	testing	
Language)	in	school	for	at	least	seven	years	or	who	use	English	frequently	              at	SCC,	you	will	need	to	re-test.
on	a	daily	basis.	The	other	test,	the	Test	of	English	Language	Development	
                                                                                         HoW do i complete testing?
(TELD)	is	for	students	who	have	not	studied	English	and/or	ESL	in	school	
for	at	least	seven	years	or	who	do	not	use	English	frequently	on	a	daily	                1.	 New	students	must	first	apply	to	the	college.
basis.	Students	taking	the	TELD	will	be	referred	to	ACE	(American	College	               2.	 Students	 who	 apply	 early	 will	 be	 referred	 to	 the	 Testing	 Center	 to	
English)	 classes.	 Students	 who	 take	 the	 wrong	 test	 may	 be	 placed	 in	 a	           schedule	a	priority	test	appointment.	Priority	testing	appointments	are	
class	that	is	not	right	for	them.	By	the	time	you	and	the	teacher	realize	you	               given	on	a	first-come	first-served	basis.	Priority	testing	is	conducted	in	
are	in	the	wrong	class,	it	may	be	too	late	to	register	for	the	appropriate	                  the	Testing	Center,	E-303,	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.	Call	714-628-
class.                                                                                       4985	for	an	appointment.	
                                                                                         3.	 Continuing	students	who	have	not	tested	or	who	need	to	retest	should	
The	Math	Diagnostic	Testing	Project	(MDTP)	has	four	different	levels.	You	                   complete	testing	during	priority	testing.
will	be	asked	to	select	the	level	you	feel	you	are	best	prepared	for.	Sample	            4.	 Regular	testing	for	the	Fall	Semester	begins	August	22,	2011.	Students	
questions	for	each	test	are	available	in	the	Placement	Testing	Center	and	                   who	 wish	 to	 test	 at	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College	 may	 phone	 714-628-
in	the	Counseling	Center.                                                                    4985	or	714-628-4800	to	set	up	an	appointment.
WHo should complete testing?                                                             5.	 After	 you	 complete	 testing,	 you	 will	 be	 directed	 to	 schedule	 an	
                                                                                             appointment	for	orientation	and	advisement	with	a	counselor	where	
Any	student	who:	plans	to	accumulate	15	or	more	units	at	SCC	or	SAC;	
                                                                                             you	will	receive	your	test	results	and	other	information	about	college	
plans	to	enroll	in	an	English,	reading,	or	math	course;	plans	to	complete	
                                                                                             requirements,	 courses,	 and	 programs.	 You	 may	 register	 on	 your	
an	 Associate	 degree,	 certificate,	 or	 transfer	 to	 a	 four-year	 university;	 is	
                                                                                             assigned	date	completing	testing,	orientation,	and	advisement.
formulating	career	interests,	plans	or	goals;	is	preparing	for	a	new	career,	
or	is	undecided	about	educational	goals.                                                 WHY should i do this?
WHaT if i already tested?                                                                1.	 By	 completing	 testing,	 orientation,	 and	 advisement	 we	 will	 be	 able	
                                                                                             to	 assist	 you	 in	 planning	 a	 course	 of	 study	 based	 on	 your	 academic	
Your	 test	 scores	 in	 English	 are	 valid	 for	 two years.	 if	 you	 tested	 more	
                                                                                             abilities	and	interests.
than	two	years	ago	and	have	not	taken	an	English	or	ACE	class	at	SCC	or	
SAC	you	must	test	again.	if	you	tested	within	the	last	two	years	you	must	               2.	 The	 California	 Community	 Colleges	 have	 adopted	 this	 matriculation	
have	authorization	from	a	faculty	member	to	retest.                                          effort	as	a	statewide	requirement.
                                                                                         3.	 if	 there	 are	 other	 circumstances	 that	 should	 be	 considered	 in	
Reading	scores	will	remain	valid	indefinitely.	if	you	wish	a	retest	you	will	
                                                                                             recommending	 your	 enrollment	 into	 certain	 courses,	 please	 contact	
be	required	to	wait	one	year	unless	you	have	authorization	from	a	faculty	
                                                                                             the	Counseling	Center	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	at	714-628-4800,	
member.
                                                                                             or	the	Disabled	Student	Services	Program,	714-628-4860.
Your	test	scores	in	Math	are	good	for	one year.	if	you	tested	more	than	
one	year	ago	and	have	not	taken	a	math	class	at	SCC	or	SAC	you	must	
retest.	You	may	take	a	different	level	math	test	at	any	time.	You	may	not	                      rigHT To appeaL
take	the	same	level	math	test	more	than	once	in	any	semester.                                   Students	 who	 feel	 that	 they	 have	 been	 treated	 in	
Continuing	students	who	need	to	retest	should	schedule	an	appointment	                          a	 discriminatory	 manner,	 or	 would	 like	 to	 appeal	 their	
as	soon	as	possible.                                                                            recommended	 placement	 level	 may	 file	 a	 complaint	 about	
                                                                                                any	 aspect	 of	 the	 college’s	 matriculation	 program	 with	 the	
WHaT if i tested at another college?
                                                                                                matriculation	coordinator.	Call	714-628-4775.
if	 you	 tested	 within	 the	 last	 two	 years	 in	 English,	 last	 year	 in	 math,	
or	 anytime	 in	 reading,	 bring	 official	 copies	 of	 placement	 test	 results	
in	 English,	 Reading	 and/or	 Math	 to	 the	 Counseling	 Center	 (D-106)	 at	
Santiago	Canyon	College	as	soon	as	possible	to	determine	whether	it	is	                         aBiLiTY To BenefiT
necessary	to	complete	testing	at	RSCCD	or	whether	your	eligibility	can	be	                      The	Ability	 to	 Benefit	Test	 is	 given	 to	 students	 who	 do	 not	
verified	and	you	can	be	cleared	for	registration.	Placement	test	information	                   have	a	high	school	diploma	or	a	GED	to	qualify	for	Financial	
from	other	colleges	must	include:	your	name,	name	of	the	test(s),	the	raw	                      Aid.	An	appointment	is	necessary.	For	an	appointment,	please	
score(s),	and	test	date(s).                                                                     call	714-628-4985.



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TesTs—pLaCeMenT
   pLaCeMenT TesTing

fall 2011 placement Testing schedule
•	 Eligibility for testing:	1)	Must	have	submitted	a	completed	application	              Test & Room Schedule for July 5 – August 18, 2011
   to	the	college;	2)	have	not	taken	the	CTEP	(English	and	Reading)	test	
   within	one	year;	3)	the	TELD	(ESL)	test	within	two	years	or	4)	the	Math	                                            Math       English    Room       ACE
   test	within	6	months	for	the	same	level.                                          Date                             (MDTP)      (CTEP)      No.         ESL
•	 Students	must	have	a	testing	appointment.	To	make	an	appointment	
   call	714-628-4985	or	714-628-4800.                                                Tuesday,	July	5,	2011	            2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
•	 Please	arrive	to	Room	E-303	15	minutes	early.	Late	students	will	not	be	          Wednesday,	July	6,	2011	          5:30pm	     6:30pm	    E-303
   admitted.                                                                         Thursday,	July	7,	2011	           9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
•	 Students	must	have	a	picture	i.D.
                                                                                     Tuesday,	July	12,	2011	           9:00am	    10:00pm	    E-303
•	 Reading,	English,	and	Math	testing	will	take	approximately	3	hours.
                                                                                     Tuesday,	July	12,	2011	           2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
•	 Test	results	are	given	in	person	only.	Test	results	will	not	be	released	
   over	the	telephone.                                                               Wednesday,	July	13,	2011	         5:30pm	     6:30pm	    E-303

During	 the	 regular	 semester	 the	 Testing	 Center	 will	 offer	 testing	 on	 a	   Thursday,	July	14,	2011	          9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
weekly	basis	as	follows:	The	CTEP	will	be	given	every	Tuesday	at	2:00	PM	            Monday,	July	18,	2011	            1:00pm	     2:00pm	    E-303
and	Wednesday	at	5:30	PM.	The	TELD	will	be	given	the	first	Monday	of	                Tuesday,	July	19,	2011	           9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
the	month	at	2:00	PM.	(Schedule	is	subject	to	change.	Contact	the	Testing	           Tuesday,	July	19,	2011	           2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
Office	for	more	information	at	714-628-4985.)                                        Wednesday,	July	20,	2011	         5:30pm	     6:30pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Thursday,	July	21,	2011	          9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
                                                                                     Monday, July 25, 2011            1:00pm      2:00pm      E-303     TELD
                                                                                     Tuesday,	July	26,	2011	           9:00pm	    10:00am	    E-303
      WanT To prepare To TaKe THe
                                                                                     Tuesday,	July	26,	2011	           2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
         sCC pLaCeMenT TesTs?
                                                                                     Wednesday,	July	27,	2011	         5:30pm	     6:30pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Thursday,	July	28,	2011	          9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
    Go to:	 sccollege.edu/departments/testing	
                                                                                     Monday,	August	1,	2011	           1:00pm	     2:00pm	    E-303
    to	access	helpful	information:                                                   Tuesday,	August	2,	2011	          9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
    	 *	 Math	Sample	Questions                                                       Tuesday,	August	2,	2011	          2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Wednesday,	August	3,	2011	        5:30pm	     6:30pm	    E-303
    	 *	 MyMathTest 	(no	cost	math	tutorial)                                         Thursday,	August	4,	2011	         9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
                                                                                     Monday, August 8, 2011           1:00pm      2:00pm      E-303     TELD
    	 *	 English	&	Reading	Sample	Questions                                          Tuesday,	August	9,	2011	          9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
                                                                                     Tuesday,	August	9,	2011	          2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Wednesday,	August	10,	2011	       4:30pm	     5:30pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Thursday,	August	11,	2011	        9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303
                                                                                     Monday,	August	15,	2011	          1:00pm	     2:00pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Tuesday,	August	16,	2011	         2:00pm	     3:00pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Wednesday,	August	17,	2011	       4:30pm	     5:30pm	    E-303
                                                                                     Thursday,	August	18,	2011	        9:00am	    10:00am	    E-303




                  firsT CLass MeeTing                                                 CHeMisTrY 219 aDMissions TesT
         Make sure you attend the first class meeting!                                The	 Chemistry	 219	Admissions	Test	 takes	 45	 minutes.	 Students	
                                                                                      need	 an	 appointment.	 Picture	 identification	 is	 required.	 All	 	
   Attendance	at	the	first	meeting	of	a	class	is	advised	because	of	                  tests	 will	 be	 held	 at	 the	 Testing	 Center,	 Room	 E-303,	 on	 the	 	
   enrollment	demands.		Any	student	not	reporting	to	the	first	class	                 third	floor	of	the	E	building.	To	schedule	an	appointment,	please	
   meeting	may	be	dropped	from	the	roll	sheet.                                        call	714-628-4985.



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                                  sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
                                Career Training opporTUniTies
Career:                   Contact:                                        Career:                 Contact:
Accounting                Bonnie Slager 714-628-4753                      Public Works            714-628-4883
                          Accounting	Degree	&	Certificate	                	                       Code	Enforcement	Officer	
	                         Computerized	Accounting/Bookkeeping	            	                       Project	Management	Certificate	
	                         	 Certificate	–	Quickbooks                      	                       Public	Works	Management	Degree		
                                                                          	                       	 &	Certificate	
Apprenticeship            Patti Dillon 714-628-4888
                                                                          	                       Public	Works	Construction	inspection		
                                                                          	                       	 Option	Certificate
Business Management Bonnie Slager 714-628-4753
                                                                          	                       Public	Works	Green-Sustainable	Building		
                    Business	Management	Degree	
                                                                          	                       	 Code	Option	Certificate
	                   Entrepreneurship	Degree	&	Certificate
                                                                          Real Estate             Bob Lindquist 714-633-6939
Computer Information      Stew Myers 714-628-4752
                                                                          	                       Real	Estate	Degree	&	Certificate
Systems		                 Computer	information	Systems	Degree	
	                         	 &	Certificate	                                Survey/Mapping          Greg Sebourn 714-628-4883
	                         Web	Page	Designer	Certificate	                  Sciences	               Land	Surveying	Degree	&	Certificate	
	                         Web	Programming	Certificate                     	                       Land	Surveying	Technician	Certificate
Computer Science          Stew Myers 714-628-4752                         Television/Video        Terry Bales 714-241-5778
                          Computer	Science	Degree	&	Certificate           Communications          Television/video	Communications		
                                                                          	                       	 Certificate—Media	Studies
Gemology                  Lothar Vallot 714-893-6643
                          Gemology	Degree	&	Certificate
                                                                          Water Utility Science   Jim Gates 714-628-4836
Human Development         Regina Lamourelle 714-628-4708                  	                       Water	Distribution	Option	Degree		
(Child Development)       Basic	Early	Childhood	infant/Toddler		          	                       	 &	Certificate	
	                         	 Certificate	                                  	                       Water	Treatment	Option	Degree	
	                         Basic	Early	Childhood	Preschool	Certificate     	                       	 	&	Certificate	
                                                                          	                       Wastewater/Environmental	
Management                Bonnie Slager 714-628-4753                      	                       	 Sanitation	Degree	&	Certificate	
	                         General	Management	Degree	                      	                       Water	Utility	Supervisor	Certificate
	                         Retail	Management	Certificate	
	                         Small	Business	Certificate	
	                         Supervision	Certificate	
	                         human	Resources	Management	Certificate

Marketing                 Bonnie Slager 714-628-4753
	                         General	Marketing	Degree	&	Certificate	
	                         Advertising	Certificate	
	                         Web	Marketing	Certificate	
	                         Professional	Selling	Certificate




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apprenTiCesHip
Santiago	Canyon	College	offers	courses	for	state-indentured	apprentices.	For	information	on	employment	opportunities	and	the	application	process	on	the	
following	apprenticeship	programs,	please	contact:
                          Acoustical	Tile	.......................................................................www.swctf.org	.................................714-571-0449
                          Carpentry	..............................................................................www.swctf.org	.................................714-571-0449
                          Cosmetology	................................................................................................ 	.................................714-571-5747
                          Drywall/Lather	......................................................................www.swctf.org	.................................714-571-0449
                          Electrician	.............................................................................www.ocett.org	.................................714-245-9988
                          heavy	Duty	Repairer	.................................................................................... 	.................................562-695-0611
                          Millwright	.............................................................................www.swctf.org	.................................562-699-0419
                          Operating	Engineers	.................................................................................... 	.................................562-695-0611
                          Pile	Driver	.............................................................................www.swctf.org	.................................562-699-0419
                          Power	Lineman	............................................................. www.calnevjatc.org	.................................951-685-8658
                          Plant	Equipment,	Rock,	Sand	and	Gravel	.................................................... 	.................................562-695-0611
                          Surveying	.................................................................... www.scsurveyjac.org	.................................909-243-7973
Or	visit	the	SCC	website	at	www.sccollege.edu/apprenticeship.

in	addition,	a	variety	of	courses	are	offered	for	state	certified	journeymen	in	the	following	areas:
                          CLASS                                                                      CONTACT
                          ACA	030,	      First	Aid	                                                  OC	Carpentry	JATC	                                         714-571-0449
                          ACA	098,	      Safety	&	health	Certs	                                      OC	Carpentry	JATC	                                         714-571-0449
                          ACA	041,	      Forklift	                                                   OC	Carpentry	JATC	                                         714-571-0449
                          AOE	051,	      Journeyman	Skills	                                          Operating	Engineers	JATC	                                  562-695-0611
Prerequisite	for	all	journeyman	classes:	possession	of	valid	journeyman	card	in	the	applicable	trade.




     CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY                                                                                 sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
     Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	                                                  is a DrUg anD aLCoHoL free
     students	enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	
     be	discontinued .	Any	class	which	does	not	maintain	
                                                                                                                 enVironMenT.
     satisfactory	attendance	may	be	discontinued .                                                               assistance for substance abuse may be obtained from
                                                                                                                 one of the following sources:
                                                                                                                   • saC and sCC student Health Centers, for confidential
                                                                                                                     counseling and referral to local agencies

    CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange                                                                               • alcoholics anonymous
     The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	                                                          • national Drug Hotline, 1-800-662-HeLp
     has	 made	 every	 reasonable	 effort	 to	 determine	
                                                                                                                   • al-anon/alateen family group Headquarters,
     that	 everything	 stated	 in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	                                                        1-800-6-9996
     accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	 offered,	 together	
     with	 other	 matters	 contained	 herein,	 are	 subject	                                                       • narc-anon family group Headquarters, 10-47-800
     to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	                                                     • 1-800-Cocaine, an information and referral hotline
     the	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	for	
     reasons	 related	 to	 student	 enrollment,	 level	 of	                                                      Violators may be subject to disciplinary action
     financial	 support,	 or	 for	 any	 other	 reason,	 at	 the	                                                 which could include suspension, expulsion or arrest.
     discretion	of	the	District .




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            THe Honors prograM of
            sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
What is an honors course?
At	SCC,	an	honors	course	is	an	approved	transferable	general	education	
course	 with	 an	 honors	 component.	 For	 example,	 a	 section	 of	 English	          faLL 2011 Honors offerings
Composition	101	becomes	honors	English	Composition	101h.	Currently,	
we	have	51	approved	honors	courses.                                                                     DaY sCHeDULe
                                                                                    7:30-10:00	am	    Math	180	h	        	               Sec.	#48588	
What are the benefits to honors students?
                                                                                    	                 honors	Analytical	Geometry	and	Calculus	
1.	 Smaller	classes	(no	more	than	24	students)
                                                                                    	                 M/W	               SC-110	         R.	Scott
2.	 More	one-on-one	interaction	with	professors	and	peers
                                                                                    8:00-10:05	am	    English	101	h	   	                   Sec.	#49677	
3.	 An	 enriched	 environment	 that	 allows	 for	 student-directed	 activities	
                                                                                    	                 honors	Freshman	Composition	
    and	discussions,	guest	speakers,	field	trips,	and	more
                                                                                    	                 T/Th	            E-204	              E.	Elchlepp
4.	 Professors	 who	 are	 committed	 to	 innovative	 teaching	 styles	 and	
    strategies                                                                      8:35-10:00	am	    Anthropology	100	h	                  Sec.	#48434	
                                                                                    	                 honors	intro	to	Anthropology	
5.	 A	 learning	 community	 of	 students	 who	 share	 a	 curiosity	 and	 an	
                                                                                    	                 M/W	               E-204	            J.	West
    analytical	approach	to	education
6.	 Designation	on	transcripts	of	honors	courses                                    8:35-10:00	am	    Music	101	h	      `	                 Sec.	#49950	
7.	 Accumulation	 of	 honors	 credits	 to	 graduate	 as	 a	 President’s	 Scholar	   	                 honors	Music	Appreciation	
    and	to	enter	transfer	agreements	with	fourteen	participating	four-year	         	                 T/Th	             A-209	             L.	Ball
    institutions,	offering	at	a	minimum	“priority	admission”                        10:15-11:40	am	   Sociology	100	h	 	                   Sec.	#48679	
Who can enroll in an honors course?                                                 	                 honors	intro	to	Sociology	
                                                                            	
Students	 meeting	 any	 one	 of	 the	 following	 guidelines	 may	 enroll	 in	       	                 M/W	                E-204	           J.	West
honors	courses:                                                                     10:15-11:40	am	   Psychology	100	h	 	                  Sec.	#48731	
1.	 Students	who	are	already	accepted	into	the	honors	Program                       	                 honors	intro	to	Psychology	
2.	 Students	meeting	the	 prerequisites	of	 an	 honors	 course	 as	 stated	in	      	                 T/Th	              E-308	            C.	Umali	Kopp
    the	college	catalog                                                             10:15-12:20	pm	   English	103	h	      	                 Sec.	#49710	
3.	 Students	with	a	3.0	cumulative	GPA	in	all	high	school	work	(entering	           	                 honors	Critical	Thinking	and	Writing	
    freshmen)	or	in	college	work	(continuing	students)                              	                 T/Th	               E-204	            E.	Elchlepp

What are the requirements for acceptance                                            11:50-1:15	pm	    Philosophy	106	h	 	                  Sec.	#49049	
into the Honors program?                                                            	                 honors	intro	to	Philosophy	
You	must	submit	a	completed	application	to	the	honors	Program	Office.	              	                 T/Th	               D-217	           D.	Deaver
Minimum	guidelines	for	admission	include:
                                                                                    11:50-1:15	pm	    history	102	h	      	                Sec.	#49777	
1.	 A	minimum	cumulative	GPA	of	3.0                                                 	                 honors	World	Civilizations	Since	
2.	 Qualification	for	English	101                                                   	                 the	16th	Century	
                                                                                    	                 T/Th	               E-205	           S.	howell

                                                                                    1:30-2:55	pm	     Political	Science	101	h	          Sec.	#50213	
                                                                                    	                 honors	intro	to	American	Governments	
                                                                                    	                 M/W	                D-217	        N.	Shekarabi

                                                                                    1:30-3:35	pm	     English	101	h	   	                   Sec.	#49680	
                                                                                    	                 honors	Freshman	Composition	
                                                                                    	                 M/W	             E-204	              W.	Lennertz
  for Honors prograM inforMaTion:
    academic affairs office a-201-2                                                                    eVening sCHeDULe
    714.628.4880                                                                    6:00-10:15	pm	    English	101	h	   	                   Sec.	#49678	
    mora_aracely@sccollege.edu                                                      	                 honors	Freshman	Composition	
    www.sccollege.edu/honors                                                        	                 T	               E-204	              R.	Adams




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                                                 HoW To enroLL                                          full,	you	may	add	yourself	to	the	wait	list	but	must	attend	the	first	class	
                                      if	 you	 are	 a	 continuing	 student,	 use	                       meeting	to	obtain	an	ADD	PERMiT	from	the	instructor.	You	will	then	follow	
                                      the	 online	 registration	 system.	 After	                        the	instructions	on	the	ADD	PERMiT.	
                                      the	 start	 date	 of	 the	 class,	 you	 may	                      Students	enrolling	in	English	or	Math	classes	must	take	the	placement	test.	
                                      attend	the	first	class	meeting	to	ask	the	                        Call	Counseling	714-628-4800	for	appointment	information.
                                      instructor	 for	 an	ADD	 PERMiT	 with	 an	
ADD	Authorization	Code	(ACC).	if	the	instructor	gives	you	an	ADD	PERMiT,	                               gr8 Weeks Courses	 are	 designed	 for	 students	 who	 wish	
follow	 the	 instructions	 on	 the	 permit	 to	 register	 for	 the	 course	 by	 the	                    to	 make	 maximum	 use	 of	 their	 time	 to	 earn	 a	 degree	 or	 transfer	 to	 a	
stated	deadline.                                                                                        university.	These	courses	are	being	offered	in	4-8	week	blocks	at	various	
if	 you	 are	 a	 new	 student	 to	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College,	 complete	 an	                            times.	The	classes	listed	show	the	ticket	number,	days,	times,	and	dates	for	
application	 online.	 Enroll	 online	 on	 your	 registration	 date.	 if	 course	 is	                    the	classes	offered	for	Fall	2011.

firsT gr8 WeeKs                                                                                         seConD gr8 WeeKs
Course-Sect. # Title                         Location     Days         Time             Dates           Course-Sect. # Title                      Location      Days          Time             Dates
BUS	100-49964	     Fund	of	Business	         SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	             08/22-10/16     ACCT	035-49864	   QuickBooks		             SCC	B-106	   M	            6:00p-10:15p	    10/17-12/05
BUS	150-50056	     intro	to	Computing	&		                                                               BUS	130-50055	    Personal	Finance	        SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/19-12/07
	                  	 Application	Software	   SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	              08/24-10/12    BUS	150-50084	    intro	to	Computing	&		
BUS	170-50214	     Prin	of	Sm	Bus	Mgmt	      SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	              08/22-10/16    	                 	 Application	Software	 SCC	WEB	      TBA	          TBA	             10/18-12/06
COMM	100-49435	    intro	to	interpreson	     SCC	D-220	   M	W	         10:15a-1:35p		    08/22-10/12    BUS	171-50087	    Bus	Plan	for	Sm	Bus	     SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
COMM	100-49332	    intro	to	interperson		    SCC	B-214	   Tu	Th		      10:15a-1:25p	     08/23-10/13    BUS	175-50758	    Online	Entrepreneurship	 SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
COMM	110-49372	    Public	Speaking	          SCC	B-214	   M	W		        10:15a-1:30p	     08/22-10/12    COMM	100-49187	   intro	to	interpreson	    SCC	D-220	   M	W	          10:15a-1:25p		   10/17-12/07
COMM	111-49335		   Argumnttn	&	Debate	       SCC	D-220	   Tu	Th	       1:35p-4:45p	      08/23-10/13    COMM	110-49392	   Public	Speaking	         SCC	D-121	   M	W	          10:15a-1:25p		   10/17-12/07
CMPR	100-50152	    Computer	&	Society	       SCC	B-106	   M	           7:15p-10:15p		    08/22-10/10    COMM	110-49316	   Public	Speaking	         SCC	D-222	   Tu	Th	        1:35p-4:55p		    10/18-12/08
LiBi	100-51999	    Library	Research	Fund	    SCC	L-219	   M	           1:30p-3:30p	     	08/22-10/16    CMPR	100-50158	   Computer	&	Society	      SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/19-12/07
MKTG	112-50097	    Princ	of	Advertising	     SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	              08/22-10/16    EXER	100-50599	   healthful	Living	        SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
MKTG	113-50101	    Princ	of	Marketing	       SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	              08/22-10/16    EXER	106-50601	   Cardio	Resuscitation	    SCC	S-106	   W	            6:00p-9:50p		    10/19-12/07
MATh	081-48486	    intermediate	Algebra		                                                               EXER	135-50692	   Cardio	Conditioning	     SCC	S-102	   TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
	                  	 with	Lab	               SCC	U-87	    M	Tu	W	Th	   10:30a-1:00p	     	8/22-10/13    hiST	120-49794	   The	US	to	1865	          SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
POLT	101-49927	    intro	to	Amer	Gvrnmt	     SCC	WEB	     TBA	         TBA	             08/22-10/16     LiBi	103-50935	   Adv	internet	Research	 SCC	WEB	       TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
SiGN	110-48378	    American	Sign	Lang	i	     SCC	D-221	   M	W		        1:30p-4:50p	     08/22-10/12     MKTG	115-50102	   Consumer	Behavior	       SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
ThEA	100-50731	    intro	to	Theatre		        TBA	         TBA	         SCC	WEB	         08/22-10/16     MKTG	135-50103	   Web	Mrktg	&	Promotion	 SCC	WEB	       TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
                                                                                                        MATh	140-48494	   College	Algebra		        SCC	U-87	    M	Tu	W	Th		   10:30a-12:30p	   10/17-12/08
                                                                                                        POLT	101-50016	   intro	to	Amer	Gvrnmt	 SCC	WEB	        TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
                                                                                                        POLT	101-50020	   intro	to	Amer	Gvrnmt	 SCC	WEB	        TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/11
                                                                                                        POLT	101-49951	   intro	to	Amer	Gvrnmt	 SCC	E-306	      M	W	          7:00p-10:10p		   10/17-12/07
                                                                                                        SiGN	110-48405	   American	Sign	Lang	i		 SCC	E-305	     M	W	          1:30p-4:40p		    10/17-12/11
                                                                                                        TELv	104-50001	   history	of	Film	from	
                                                                                                        	                 	 1945	to	Present	       SCC	D-101	   M	W	          1:30p-4:40p		    10/17-12/07
                                                                                                        ThEA	100-50734	   intro	to	Theatre	        SCC	WEB	     TBA	          TBA	             10/17-12/08
                                                                                                        ThEA	104-50023	   history	of	Film	from	
                                                                                                        	                 	 1945	to	Present	       SCC	D-101	   M	W	          1:30p-4:40p	     10/17-12/07




         faLL 2011 WeeKenD CLasses
Friday	evening	and	Saturday	classes	are	offered	at	SCC.	Look	for	the	                             	symbol!




          DisTanCe Learning for faLL 2011
parTiCipaTion, aTTenDanCe & eXaMs                                                                       CoUrse inforMaTion
Students	enrolling	in	online	courses	will	have	the	opportunity	to	complete	                             information	about	distance	learning	can	be	found	online	at:		
their	course	work	outside	of	the	classroom.	Students	enrolling	in	a	hybrid	                             www.sccollege.edu/distance learning
course	will	be	required	to	come	to	Santiago	Canyon	College	for	a	portion	
of	their	course.	hybrid	courses	will	list	all	required	meeting	dates	in	the	                            Look	for	the	online	course	symbol	 	for	online	courses	and	hybrid	course	
course	listings	section.		Distance	Education	instructors	will	communicate	                              symbol	 	for	hybrid	courses	next	to	classes	in	the	course	listing	section.
with	 their	 students	 on	 campus,	 by	 telephone,	 or	 via	 email,	 to	 discuss	
concerns	or	questions	which	may	develop	during	the	course.	

aCCess reQUireMenTs
Online	 courses	 require	 students	 to	 have	 access	 to	 a	 computer	 with	 an	
individual	 email	 account	 and	 access	 to	 the	 internet.	 internet	 access	 is	
available	to	students	in	the	Santiago	Canyon	College	Library.


  12 sCC—sanTiago CanYon CoLLege CoUrses                                                      register online at www.sccollege.edu                          See	page	51	for	all	class	locations
poLiCies, noTiCes, & graDes
aCaDeMiC HonesTY                                                                                      faMiLY rigHTs anD priVaCY aCT
Students	 enrolled	 in	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College	 instructional	 programs	 are	 expected	 to	        As	 required	 under	 the	 provisions	 of	 the	 Family	 Rights	 and	 Privacy	 Act	 of	 1974,	 the	 	
be	honest	and	forthright	in	their	academic	endeavors	and	assume	an	obligation	to	obey	                Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	will	make	public	without	student	consent	
the	Academic	 honesty	 Policy.	 For	 specific	 policy	 information	 and	 procedures	 followed	        only	certain	directory	information.	This	information	consists	of	the	following:
in	matters	of	student	violation	of	academic	honesty,	please	see	the	current	SCC	Catalog.              •	 student’s	name,	city	of	residence,	major	field	of	study;
                                                                                                      •	 participation	in	officially	recognized	activities	and	sports;
CHange of aDDress                                                                                     •	 weight,	height,	and	age	if	a	member	of	an	athletic	team;
if	you	change	your	address,	use	the	online	system	at	www.sccollege.edu.	You	may	make	                 •	 dates	of	attendance,	degree	and	awards	received;	and
the	change	under	the	“address	changes”	tab.                                                              t
                                                                                                      •	 	 he	most	recent	previous	educational	institution	or	agency	attended	by	the	student.
                                                                                                      A	student	may	request	the	Admissions	and	Records	Office	to	withhold	this	information.	
CoLLege-CreDiT prograMs                                                                               Such	request	must	be	in	writing	and	submitted	each	semester.	SCC	will	release	student	
The	Santiago	Canyon	College	offers	major	college-credit	programs	in	Orange.	Santiago	                 information	 to	 third	 party	 vendors	 in	 which	 the	 college	 is	 contracted	 with	 to	 provide	
Canyon	College	classes	are	identified	with	“SCC”.	Please	refer	to	the	list	of	SCC	facilities	         services.	This	information	is	for	archiving	data.
on	page	51	for	specific	class	locations	at	other	sites.
                                                                                                      graDes DUe anD aVaiLaBLe
CoUrse arrangeD HoUrs                                                                                 Final	course	grades	are	available:
Students	are	obligated	to	carry	out	hours	by	arrangement	in	designated	facilities,	which	             •	 online,	by	visiting	the	websites	at	www.sccollege.edu
are	normally	available	from	8:00	am	to	10:00	pm,	Monday	through	Thursday,	and	from	     	             instructor	grade	delivery	and	student	grade	availability	dates:
8:00	a.m.	to	NOON	on	Fridays.                                                                         •	 Fall	semester	grades	are	due	in	the	Admissions	Office	on	December	13,	2011.

CoUrse open enroLLMenT                                                                                nonDisCriMinaTion poLiCY
Unless	specifically	exempted	by	statute,	every	course	wherever	offered	and	maintained	                The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	 complies	 with	 all	 Federal	 andstate	 rules	 and	
by	the	district	is	fully	open	to	enrollment	and	participation	by	any	person	who	has	been	             regulations	and	does	not	discriminate	on	the	basis	of	ethnic	group	identification,	national	origin,	
admitted	 to	 the	 college	 and	 meets	 the	 course	 prerequisites	 established	 in	 accordance	      religion,	age,	sex,	race,	color,	ancestry,	sexual	orientation,	or	physical	or	mental	disability,	or	on	the	
with	Title	v.                                                                                         basis	of	these	perceived	characteristics	or	based	on	association	with	a	person	or	group	with	one	or	
                                                                                                      more	of	these	actual	or	perceived	characteristics.	This	holds	true	for	all	students	who	are	interested	
CoUrse repeTiTion                                                                                     in	participating	in	educational	programs	and/or	extracurricular	school	activities.	harassment	of	any	
When	may	courses	be	repeated?                                                                         employee/student	with	regard	to	ethnic	group	identification,	national	origin,	religion,	age,	sex,	race,	
1.	Substandard	Work                                                                                   color,	ancestry,	sexual	orientation,	or	physical	or	mental	disability,	or	on	the	basis	of	these	perceived	
	 When	student	has	earned	a	grade	of	D,	F,	NC	(No	Credit)	or	W.	See	Admissions	for	specifics.         characteristics	or	based	on	association	with	a	person	or	group	with	one	or	more	of	these	actual	
2.	Repeatable	Courses                                                                                 or	perceived	characteristics	is	strictly	prohibited.	inquiries	regarding	compliance	and/or	grievance	
	 When	a	course	can	be	taken	more	than	one	time	it	is	identified	as	being	repeatable.	                procedures	may	be	directed	to	District’s	Title	iX	Officer	and/or	Section	504/ADA	Coordinator.	RSCCD	
                                                                                                      Title	iX	Officer	and	Section	504/ADA	Coordinator:	John	Didion,	2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	
   There	are	limits	to	the	number	of	times	a	course	may	be	repeated.
                                                                                                      92706,	714-480-7489.
3.	When	a	course	is	repeated,	the	current	grade	replaces	the	previous	grade.	For	further	
   clarification,	contact	Admissions.
4.	Extenuating	Circumstances                                                                          poLiTiCa De no DisCriMinaCion
	 Extenuating	 circumstances	 may	 be	 petitioned	 at	 the	 Admissions	 Office.	 Special	             El	Distrito	Colegial	Comunitario	Rancho	Santiago	cumple	con	los	reglamentos	y	leyes.	Federales	
                                                                                                      y	 estatales	 y	 no	 discrimina	 en	 base	 a	 ningún	 grupo	 étnico,	 descendencia	 nacional,	 religión,	
   circumstances	are	as	follows:	a	significant	lapse	of	time	(3	years	or	more)	since	student	
                                                                                                      edad,	sexo,	raza,	color,	antepasados,	orientación	sexual,	discapacidad	física	o	mental	o	en	base	
   previously	 completed	 the	 course	 or	 the	 occurrence	 of	 an	 accident,	 illness,	 or	 other	
                                                                                                      a	estas	características	o	en	base	a	una	persona	o	grupo	que	tenga	o	se	crea	tenga	una	de	éstas	
   circumstance	beyond	the	control	of	the	student.	This	petition	may	require	the	division	
                                                                                                      características.		Esto	también	se	aplica	a	todos	los	estudiantes	que	están	interesados	en	participar	en	
   dean’s	signature.                                                                                  programas	educacionales	y/o	en	actividades	escolares	que	sean	extracurriculares.	El	hostigamiento	
5.	variable	Unit	Courses                                                                              en	contra	de	cualquier	empleado/estudiante	con	respecto	a	su	grupo	étnico,	descendencia	nacional,	
	 A	variable	unit	course	may	be	continued	from	semester	to	semester	until	the	maximum	                religión,	edad,	sexo,	raza,	color,	antepasados,	orientación	sexual,	discapacidad	física	o	mental	o	en	
   number	of	allowable	units	has	been	successfully	completed.                                         base	a	estas	características	o	en	base	a	una	persona	o	grupo	o	por	estar	asociado	con	una	persona	
                                                                                                      o	grupo	que	tenga	o	se	crea	tenga	una	de	éstas	características,	está	estrictamente	prohibido.
CoUrse WiTHDraWaL poLiCY                                                                              Las	preguntas	sobre	el	cumplimiento	de	estas	leyes	o	del	proceso	de	quejas	pueden	ser	dirigidas	al	
A	student	who	cannot	continue	a	course	has	an	obligation	to	withdraw	officially	through	              Oficial	del	Distrito	a	cargo	del	cumplimiento	del	Título	iX	y	al	Coordinador	de	la	Sección	504/ADA	
the	Admissions	Office.	Students	officially	withdrawing	after	the	refund	period,	from	a	full	          a:	RSCCD	Title	iX	Officer	and	Section	504/ADA	Coordinator:		John	Didion,	2323	N.	Broadway,	Santa	
semester-length	course,	will	receive	a	“W”	grade	(withdrawal)	if	dropped	online	by	Friday,	           Ana,	CA	92706,	714-480-7489.
November	4,	2011;	a	“W”	(withdrawal)	from	a	course	less	than	semester-length	must	be	
submitted	before	75	percent	of	the	course	has	expired.	Withdrawing	from	a	course	after	                                            CHÍNH S ÁCH KHÔNG K                       TH
the	above	deadlines	requires	that	the	student	receive	an	“F”	or	other	letter	grade.	Consult	
                                                                                                      Khu-H c-Chánh Rancho Santiago Community College District ch p hành t t c lu t l và
the	Admissions	Office	for	answers	to	any	questions	regarding	this	policy.                             qui nh c a chính quy n Ti u Bang và Liên Bang và không k th b i vì lý do ch ng t c,
                                                                                                      ngu n g c, tôn giáo, tu i tác, phái tính, dân t c, màu da, gia t c, khuynh h ng tính d c,
pass/no pass (pass/faiL graDe)                                                                        ho c tình tr ng khi m t t v th xác hay tâm th n, ho c vì nh ng lý do nêu bên trên b i vì
Pass/No	Pass	petitions	for	full	semester	classes	must	be	received	in	the	Admissions	Office	           c n c vào các cá tính này trên th c ch t hay qua nh n th c. Chính sách này áp d ng cho
by	September	23,	2011.	Pass/No	Pass	petitions	for	classes	less	than	a	semester	in	length	             t t c các sinh viên mong mu n tham d vào các ch ng trình giáo d c ho c sinh ho t
must	be	submitted	before	30%	of	the	class	expires.	Pass/No	Pass	courses	may	NOT	be	                   c a nhà tr ng. Tuy t i c m nh ng hành ng sách nhi u nhân viên / sinh viên b i vì lý
taken	in	the	student’s	major	field	and	a	maximum	of	12	units	of	pass/no	pass	are	allowed	             do ch ng t c, ngu n g c, tôn giáo, tu i tác, phái tính, dân t c, màu da, gia t c, khuynh
toward	 a	 degree	 program.	 All	 Pass/No	 Pass	 Petitions	 require	 a	 counselor’s	 signature.	      h ng tính d c, ho c tình tr ng khi m t t v th xác hay tâm th n, ho c vì nh ng lý do
Pass/No	Pass	does	not	include	credit	by	examination.	                                                 nêu bên trên b i vì c n c vào các cá tính này trên th c ch t hay qua nh n th c. Nh ng
                                                                                                      câu h i v vi c ch p hành và/ho c v th t c khi u n i có th liên l c v Viên Ch c
DisaBLeD sTUDenTs poLiCY                                                                              District’s Title IX Officer c a Khu-H c-Chánh và/ho c Ph i Trí Viên Section 504/ADA
The	 College	 will	 make	 reasonable	 accommodations	 for	 individuals	 with	 disabilities.	     	    Coordinator: John Didion, 2323 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92706, 714-480-7489.
To	 request	 services,	 contact	 the	 office	 of	 Disabled	 Students	 Programs	 and	 Services	 at	
714-628-4860.




See	page	51	for	all	class	locations	                   register online at www.sccollege.edu                                   sCC—sanTiago CanYon CoLLege CoUrses 1
poLiCies, noTiCes, & graDes                                                                                               (continued)
off-CaMpUs fieLD Trips poLiCY                                                                             TesT sCores (Matriculation)
Throughout	 the	 semester/school	 year,	 the	 district	 may	 sponsor	 voluntary	 off-campus	              if	 enrolling	 in	 English,	 Reading,	 and/or	 Math,	 bring	 official	 copies	 of	 placement	 test	
extracurricular	field	trips/excursions.	if	you	choose	to	participate,	be	advised	that	pursu-              results	from	other	colleges	to	the	Counseling	Center	(D-106)	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.	
ant	to	California	Code	of	Regulations,	Subchapter	5,	Section	55450,	you	have	agreed	to	                   They	will	determine	if	it	is	advisable	to	complete	additional	placement	testing	at	SCC.	
hold	the	district,	its	officers,	agents	and	employees	harmless	from	any	and	all	liability	or	             Placement	 test	 information	 from	 other	 colleges	 must	 include:	 your	 name,	 name	 of	 the	
claims	which	may	arise	out	of	or	in	connection	with	your	participation	in	the	activity.                   test(s),	the	raw	score(s),	and	test	date(s).	English/ESL	test	scores	are	valid	for	two	years.	
                                                                                                          if	you	tested	more	than	two	years	ago	for	English/ESL,	you	may	need	to	retest.	ESL	test	
reCorDs, TransaCTions, anD inforMaTion                                                                    scores	from	other	institutions	are	not	accepted.	Math	test	scores	are	valid	for	one	year.	
aVaiLaBLe onLine at www.sccollege.edu                                                                     See	pages	7–8	for	more	information	about	Placement	Testing.
       •   Open classes (course availability)                                                             TransCripTs
       •   Grades (final grades)                                                                          Official	Transcripts	 of	 previous	 high	 school	 and	 college	 work	 should	 be	 filed	 with	 the	
       •   Address update—keep address and email address current                                          Admissions	Office	by	students	pursuing	a	degree.
       •   Detailed Catalog information
       •   Class Schedule information                                                                     TransporTaTion poLiCY
       •   Unofficial transcripts                                                                         Some	classes	may	be	conducted	off	campus.	Unless	you	are	specifically	advised	otherwise,	
       •   Request official transcripts online-must pay with a credit card                                you	 are	 responsible	 for	 arranging	 your	 own	 transportation	 to	 and	 from	 the	 class	 site.	
       •   Change your password—protect your privacy!                                                     Although	 the	 District	 may	 assist	 in	 coordinating	 the	 transportation	 and/or	 recommend	
       •   Register online: add and drop classes                                                          travel	 times,	 be	 advised	 that	 the	 District	 assumes	 no	 liability	 or	 responsibility	 for	 the	
       •   Pay fees online with a credit card                                                             transportation	and	any	person	driving	a	personal	vehicle	is	NOT	an	agent	of	the	District.
       •   Course textbooks list & purchase

                Go	online	for	an	unofficial	transcript	                                                     DisTriCT safeTY anD seCUriTY
                        www.sccollege.edu                                                                   The	District	Safety	Department	provides	24	hour	services	to	both	Santa	Ana	College	and	Santiago	Canyon	
                                                                                                            College,	and	their	sites	and	centers.	At	SAC	the	office	is	at	the	X	building	and	the	telephone	number	is	
regisTereD seX offenDer inforMaTion                                                                         714-564-6330.	At	SCC,	the	district	safety	and	security	office	is	at	the	U	building	and	the	phone	number	
                                                                                                            is	714-628-4730.	Persons	wanting	to	call	the	office	may	also	do	so	at	SAC,	SCC	and	at	the	Centennial	
information	 concerning	 registered	 sex	 offenders	 can	 be	 obtained	 from:	          	
                                                                                                            Education	Center	may	use	the	yellow	call-boxes	on	those	campuses.	After	hours,	from	11pm	to	7am,	Mon-
the	Orange	Police	Department,	Youth	Services	Bureau,	1107	North	Batavia	Street,	Orange.                     Fri,	the	district-wide	number	for	district	safety	and	security	services	for	all	campuses	is	714-564-6333.
Please	call	714-744-7311	for	an	appointment	or	visit	www.meganslaw.ca.gov.                                  RSCCD	has	a	reputation	for	maintaining	safe	campuses,	where	staff,	students	and	faculty	can	work	and	
Sex	 offenders	 are	 required	 to	 register	 with	 the	 police	 in	 the	 jurisdiction	 in	 which	 they	     study	 without	 fear	 for	 their	 personal	 safety	 or	 property.	This	 is,	 in	 part,	 a	 result	 of	 everyone	 working	
                                                                                                            together	to	create	an	atmosphere	that	is	safe	and	conducive	to	learning.	All	crimes	or	serious	incidents	
reside	and	at	institutions	of	higher	learning	if	they	are	students	there	or	if	they	work	there	
                                                                                                            that	occur	on	campus	should	be	reported	to	the	district	safety	and	security	department.	Crime	report	logs	
as	employees,	contractors,	or	volunteers.	Sex	offenders	who	may	be	required	to	register	                    for	the	district	are	maintained	and	available	for	review	at	the	district	safety	office	at	Santa	Ana	College.
should	do	so	at	the	Orange	Police	Department	if	attending	Santiago	Canyon	College.
                                                                                                            rsCCD ToTaL CriMe sTaTisTiCs on CaMpUs
seXUaL HarassMenT poLiCY                                                                                       For the complete Annual Crime/Security Report go to: www.rsccd.edu/safety
it	 is	 the	 policy	 of	 the	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	 to	 provide	 an	              includes	both	Santa	Ana	College	and	Santiago	Canyon	College,	all	sites	and	centers.
educational,	employment	and	business	environment	free	of	unwelcome	sexual	advances,	
                                                                                                                                           Crime                           2007     2008      2009
requests	 for	 sexual	 favors,	 and	 other	 verbal	 or	 physical	 conduct	 or	 communications	                                             Murder	                            0	       0	        0
constituting	 sexual	 harassment,	 as	 defined	 and	 otherwise	 prohibited	 by	 State	 and	                                                Negligent	manslaughter	            0	       0	        0
                                                                                                                                           Forcible	sex	offense	              0	       2	        0
Federal	law.	The	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	forbids	any	form	of	sexual	                                                    Non-forcible	sex	offense	          0	       0	        0
harassment.	 Prompt	 disciplinary	 action	 will	 be	 taken	 against	 any	 student	 or	 employee	                                           Robbery	                           2	       3	        2
                                                                                                                                           Aggravated	assault	                0	       1	        0
engaging	 in	 sexual	 harassment.	 if	 you	 feel	 that	 you	 have	 been	 the	 victim	 of	 sexual	                                          Burglary	from	building	            2	       9	        8
harassment	contact	the	Office	of	human	Resources.                                                                                          Motor	vehicle	theft	               8	       9	        8
                                                                                                                                           Arson	                             0	       4	        1
                                                                                                                                           hate	crime	                        0	       0	        0
seXUaL VioLenCe inforMaTion                                                                                                                illegal	weapons	possession	        1	       1	        0
                                                                                                                                           Drug	law	violation	                3	       3	        2
in	 accordance	 with	 California	 State	 Law,	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College	 has	 the	 resources	                                             Liquor	law	violation	              5	       2	        6
to	 assist	 and	 refer	 students	 who	 become	 victims	 of	 sexual	 violence.	 if	 you	 have	 been	                                        Bomb	threat	                       0	       0	        1
                                                                                                                                           Grand	theft	($400+)	              11	      20	       30
the	victim	of	sexual	violence	either	on	or	off-campus,	immediate	confidential	care	and	                                                    Small	Battery	                     5	       2	        3
counseling	can	be	provided	by	the	Student	health	and	Wellness	Center,	in	Building	T-102.	                                                  Larceny	from	vehicle	             22	      23	       21
                                                                                                                                           Petty	Theft	                      30	      70	       52
Registered	Nurses	and	Crisis	Counselors	are	present	during	operating	hours.	When	the	                                                      vandalism	                        27	      26	       51
health	Center	is	closed,	contact	Campus	Safety	and	Security	directly	in	Building	U-100	
or	call	714-628-4730.

sTUDenT CoDe of ConDUCT                                                                                       sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
Students	 enrolled	 in	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College	 instructional	 programs	 assume	 an	                       is a DrUg anD aLCoHoL free enVironMenT.
obligation	to	obey	state	law	(California	Education	Code,	California	Administrative	Code,	                     Assistance for substance abuse may be obtained from one of the
Title	v),	district	rules	(policies	of	the	Board	of	Trustees),	and	all	civil	and	criminal	codes	               following sources:
governing	 the	 conduct	 of	 students.	 Please	 see	 the	 current	 SCC	 Catalog	 for	 specific	
guidelines	for	student	conduct.                                                                                   • SAC and SCC Student Health Centers, for confidential counseling
                                                                                                                    and referral to local agencies
sTUDenT responsiBiLiTY To Drop CLasses                                                                            • Alcoholics Anonymous
Drop	classes	by	September	4,	2011	to	avoid	Academic	hold	and	“W”	grade!	Students	                	                • National Drug Hotline, 1-800-662-HELP
who	 have	 enrolled	 for	 classes	 and	 decide	 not	 to	 attend	 must	 drop	 classes	 by	 Sunday,	                • Al-Anon/Alateen Family Group Headquarters, 1-800-356-9996
September	4,	2011	to	avoid	a	“W”.	Classes	dropped	after	that	date	will	appear	on	the	                             • Narc-Anon Family Group Headquarters, 310-547-5800
student	record	with	a	“W”	grade.	You	may	drop	classes	online.	After	the	second	week,	                             • 1-800-Cocaine, an information and referral hotline
you	will	incur	a	financial	obligation	to	the	college.	(Any	unpaid	fees	as	a	result	of	a	dis-                   Violators may be subject to disciplinary action which
honored	check	or	other	outstanding	debt	will	be	handled	in	the	same	manner.)
                                                                                                                   could include suspension, expulsion or arrest.



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                                                                                 Make sure you attend the first class meeting!
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                                                                             because	of	enrollment	demands .		Any	student	not	
                                                                             reporting	to	the	first	class	meeting	may	be	dropped	
                                                                             from	the	roll	sheet .



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sCHeDULe of CLasses
HoW To reaD THe CoLLege CreDiT CLass sCHeDULe
Check	the	course	title	and	number	carefully	and	be	sure	to	note	where	the	class	meets .	Many	are	at	different	campuses	which	
may	affect	your	time	schedule	and	selection	of	classes .	A	key	to	the	abbreviations	for	site	locations	is	on	inside	back	cover .

     Course Title                                                                                                                Units
     and Number         COMPUTER SCIENCE 100, THE COMPUTER & SOCIETY (CAN CSCI 2)          3 UNITS                           of Credit
     Supplemental                           (Software Utilized: MS Office 2007)

                                                         e
                                                    ampl
     info/notices       	 1234703	 7:00am-9:05	    MW	       Drinkgern	J	     SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                   Course
                        	 1234701	 5:30-7:10pm	    TTh	      Nogy	J	          SCC	A-209	   8/23-10/13
                                                  S
                                                                                                                          Begin and End
                        	 1234702	 12:40-4:00pm	   F	        Tatro	T	         LSL	        10/13-12/08                            dates for
      Section                                                                                                            classes that are
      Number                                                                                                                not standard
                          Time       Day(s)         Instructor                                            Room
                                                                                    Site Location                           full semester
                                                                                    (See page 51 for a complete list of sites)



                        an iCon next to a listed class indicates a special offering:
                        Honors CoUrses – Look for the Honors course torch symbol in the schedule or check the complete list on
                        page 11.

                        onLine CLasses – Look for the online class symbol in the schedule or see page 12 for more information.

                        HYBriD CLasses – Look for the Hybrid class symbol in the schedule or see page 12 for more information.

                        off CaMpUs fieLD Trips – Look for the field Trip symbol for classes that include field trips and read the
                        policy on page 14.

                        WeeKenD CLasses – Classes offered friday evenings, saturday, and/or sunday.

                        fUTUre TeaCHers – Content of interest to future teachers—check “pathways to Teaching” on page 24.
                iBa     inTerneT Base assignMenTs – This course’s assignments will be assigned, completed and submitted via
                        the internet.




       THe CoLLege reserVes THe rigHT To CanCeL sCHeDULeD CLasses.


LoCaTions
(Map with phone numbers on page 1)
sCC                                                                      LsL
sanTiago CanYon CoLLege	                                                 LUCKY sTriKe Lanes
8045	East	Chapman,	Orange,	CA	92869	                                     20	City	Boulevard	West	Suite	G2,	Orange,	CA	92868
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2190	Canal	St .,	Orange,	CA	92865                                        6555	Pine	Avenue,	Chino,	CA	91708
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orange eDUCaTion CenTer, ConTinUing eDUCaTion                            orange CoUnTY pUBLiC WorKs
1465	North	Batavia	St .,	Orange,	CA	92867                                2301	N .	Glassell	St .,	Orange,	CA	92865
rsCCD
DisTriCT offiCe
2323	North	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	92706



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                                                                                                AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 116, INTRODUCTION TO
                                                                                                ACADEMIC COMPOSITION                                                                    3 UNITS
   Complete course descriptions                                                                    Prerequisite:	Qualifying	placement	profile	OR	ACE	102.




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Santiago Canyon College
   and registration information                                                                    50201	      11:30a-1:30p	 M	W		
                                                                                                       1	hr/wk	lab	time	required.
                                                                                                                                              Babayan	D	             SCC	D-207	     Full	Semester

   can be found on the college
   website: www.sccollege.edu                                                                                          anTHropoLogY
                                                                                                ANTHROPOLOGY 100, INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                   48433	 7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		      Clifford	R	    SCC	D-215	                         Full	Semester
                           aCCoUnTing                                                              48426	
                                                                                                   48420	
                                                                                                          8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		
                                                                                                          8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                  Magalousis	N	
                                                                                                                                  Magalousis	N	
                                                                                                                                                 SCC	D-215	
                                                                                                                                                 SCC	D-215	
                                                                                                                                                                                    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                    Full	Semester
ACCOUNTING 035, qUICKBOOKS                                                         2 UNITS         47850	 11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		     Magalousis	N	  SCC	D-215	                         Full	Semester
   49864	  6:00p-10:15p	 M		                 Gonzalez	Del	Rio	R	 SCC	B-106	     10/17-12/05        48422	 11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		   Magalousis	N	  SCC	D-215	                         Full	Semester
                                                                                                   48261	 4:00p-5:25p	 M	W		      Magalousis	N	  SCC	D-215	                         Full	Semester
ACCOUNTING 101, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                                                  4 UNITS      48428	 7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      Clifford	R	    SCC	D-215	                         Full	Semester
    49761	     8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		            Anderson	T	          SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester
    49772	     10:30a-12:35p	 Tu	Th		         Beck	J	              SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester     ANTHROPOLOGY 100H, HONORS INTRODUCTION TO
   	49781	     5:00p-7:00p	 M		               Slager	B	            SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester     CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                    3 UNITS
        Section	#49781.	Combines	on-campus	with	2.0	hours	per	week	of	online	                      48434	   8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		  West	J	                             SCC	E-204	     Full	Semester
        instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	email	account.	
        Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.                              ANTHROPOLOGY 101, INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                   48440	 8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		     Loeffler	C	     SCC	D-220	                        Full	Semester
    49776	     6:00p-10:15p	 Th		             Mim	MacK	v	          SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                   48666	 8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		   Cundiff	W	      SCC	D-220	                        Full	Semester
    49784	     6:00p-10:15p	 Tu		             Gonzalez	Del	Rio	R	 SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester
   	49789	     TBA	             		            Slager	B	            SCC	WEB	      08/31-12/07    ANTHROPOLOGY 104, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE                                                   3 UNITS
        Section	#49789.	Mandatory	orientation	Wed,	Aug	31,	7:15-9:15p,	D-221.	                     48673	 10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		   Loeffler	C	                         SCC	D-215	     Full	Semester
        Other	mandatory	meetings	on	Wed,	Oct	12	and	Dec	7,	7:15-9:15p,	D-221.	
        Requires	4	hours	per	week	online.

ACCOUNTING 102, MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
    Prerequisite:	Accounting	101	or	101h.
                                                                                      4 UNITS                                             arT
   	49796	      10:15a-11:50a	 M	W		          Slager	B	            SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester
        Section	#49796.	Combines	on-campus	with	1	hour	per	week	of	online	                          Materials	(such	as	clay,	glass,	canvas,	paper	and	photographic	supplies)	used	in	creating	
        instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	email	account.	               individual	class-assigned	projects	must	be	purchased	by	the	student.
        Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.                                  Please	consult	with	your	studio	art	instructor	for	specific	information	regarding	your	
   	49800	      7:15p-9:20p	 M		              Slager	B	            SCC	B-103	 Full	Semester         class,	and	about	where	and	how	to	buy	materials.
        Section	#49800.	Combines	on-campus	with	2	hours	per	week	of	online	
        instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	email	account.	           ART 100, INTRODUCTION TO ART CONCEPTS                                                    3 UNITS
        Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.                              	 50122	     9:00a-1:00p	 F		       Southwell	L	                     SCC	D-101	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                   50109	    11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		    Eoff	R	                          SCC	A-209	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                   50112	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		      Couch	A	                         SCC	E-203	     Full	Semester

     aMeriCan CoLLege engLisH                                                                   ART 101, SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY I:
                                                                                                PREHISTORY THROUGH THE MIDDLE AGES                                                      3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Recommended	sequence	of	courses:	Art	100,	Art	101,	Art	102.	
               FORMERLY KNOWN AS ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE                                      50144	    7:15p-10:25p	 W		           hartshorn	N	           SCC	D-101	          Full	Semester
AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 052, ExPANDING ACADEMIC                                                ART 110, TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN                                                         3 UNITS
WRITING AND READING                                                                 3 UNITS        Required	for	art	majors.	
   Prerequisite:	Qualifying	placement	profile	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	ACE	053.                50153	     9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		              Staff	                SCC	D-110	     Full	Semester
   50187	      8:30a-11:30a	 Tu	Th		          Babayan	D	          SCC	D-208	 Full	Semester      	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		               Staff	                SCC	D-110
       1	hr/wk	lab	time	required.
                                                                                                ART 111, THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN                                                       3 UNITS
AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 053, ExPANDING ACADEMIC SPEAKING SKILLS 2 UNITS                           Required	for	art	majors.	
   50211	  11:30a-1:30p	 Tu		      Zysman	F	      SCC	D-208	 Full	Semester                         50155	     1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		               Eoff	R	               SCC	D-110	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 M	W		                 Eoff	R	               SCC	D-110
AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 081, IMPROVING PRONUNCIATION                               3 UNITS
   50212	  12:30p-2:00p	 Tu	Th		   Staff	         SCC	D-208	                   Full	Semester    ART 121A, FUNDAMENTALS OF TYPOGRAPHY                                                    3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Art	122	recommended.
AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 093, REFINING ACADEMIC SPEAKING SKILLS            3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite:	Art	195.
   Concurrent	enrollment	in	ACE	102	is	highly	recommended.
                                                                                                   50270	      10:15a-11:20a	 M	W		 Tani	K	                          SCC	U-90	      Full	Semester
   50202	    11:30a-1:30p	 M		              Zysman	F	      SCC	D-208	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                	         	 11:20a-1:20p	 M	W		     Tani	K	                          SCC	U-90
	         	 12:30p-1:30p	 W		               Zysman	F	      SCC	D-208
	         	 11:30a-12:30p	 W		              Zysman	F	      SCC	D-208                            ART 121B, ADVANCED TYPOGRAPHY                                                           3 UNITS
AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH 102, REFINING ACADEMIC                                                    Prerequisite:	Art	121A
WRITING AND READING                                                                 3 UNITS        50283	      10:15a-11:20a	 M	W		            Tani	K	               SCC	U-90	      Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Qualifying	placement	profile	OR	ACE	052.                                       	         	 11:20a-1:20p	 M	W		                Tani	K	               SCC	U-90
   50198	      8:30a-11:30a	 M	W		            Babayan	D	         SCC	D-208	    Full	Semester    ART 130, INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING                                                        3 UNITS
       1	hr/wk	lab	time	required.                                                                  Required	for	Art	majors.	
                                                                                                   50294	     9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		              Couch	A	              SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		               Couch	A	              SCC	D-109
                                                                                                   50293	     1:30p-2:35p	 Tu	Th		             Staff	                SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester
                        firsT CLass MeeTing                                                     	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 Tu	Th		               Staff	                SCC	D-109
               Make sure you attend the first class meeting!                                    ART 131, BEGINNING LIFE DRAWING                                                         3 UNITS
   Attendance	at	the	first	meeting	of	a	class	is	advised	because	of	                               Required	for	Art	majors.	Art	130	recommended.	
   enrollment	 demands .	 	 Any	 student	 not	 reporting	 to	 the	 first	                          50297	     9:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		        Southwell	L	              SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 Tu	Th		         Southwell	L	              SCC	D-109
   class	meeting	may	be	dropped	from	the	roll	sheet .




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                                                                       Santiago Canyon College
                                                   aMeriCan CoLLege engLisH prograM
Santiago Canyon College




                           The	Santiago	Canyon	College	American	College	English/ESL	Department	offers	an	intensive	program	for	students	who	
                           have	lived	in	the	U .S .	for	several	years	who	still	require	more	practice	in	writing	and	speaking	college-level	English,	for	
                           students	who	plan	to	live	in	the	U .S .	while	attending	college,	and	for	students	who	simply	desire	greater	English	fluency	
                           to	function	well	in	their	community .

                           The	following	chart	shows	the	sequence	of	courses	in	the	ACE	program .

                                           aCe CoUrse                            Co/prereQUisiTe                          + sUpporT CoUrses

                          	 Beginning/Developing		                      Placement	test	profile	AND	               ACE	080,	Writing	Lab	(0 .2	unit)

                          	 aCe n42,	Writing/Reading	                   ACE	N42	students	must	co-enroll
                          		           3	units,	6	hours/week	           in	ACE	N43 .
                          		           16	lab	hours	total
                          	 aCe n4,	 Listening/Speaking
                          		           2	units,	2	hours/week	


                           Intermediate/Expanding                       Placement	test	profile		OR                ACE	080,	Writing	Lab	(0 .2	unit)
                                                                                                                  ACE	081,	Improving
                           aCe 02,	 Writing/Reading	                   Credit	in	ACE	N42		AND	
                                                                                                                           Pronunciation	(3	units)
                          		           3	units,	6	hours/week	           	                                         	
                                                                                                                  Reading	096	(3	units)
                          		           16	lab	hours	total	              ACE	052	students	must	co-enroll	
                           aCe 0,	 Listening/Speaking	                in	ACE	053 .	
                          		           2	units,	2	hours/week	


                          	 High Intermediate/Refining	                 Placement	test	profile		OR	               ACE	080,	Writing	Lab	(0 .2	unit)
                                                                                                                  ACE	081,	Improving
                          	 aCe 102,	 Writing/Reading	                  “C”	or	above	in	ACE	052		AND	
                                                                                                                           Pronunciation	(3	units)
                          		           3	units,	6	hours/week	           		                                        	
                                                                                                                  ACE	087	(3	units)
                          		           16	lab	hours	total	              ACE	102	students	are	strongly		
                                                                                                                  Reading	096	or	097	(3	units)
                          	 aCe 09,	 Listening/Speaking	               encouraged	to	enroll	in	ACE	093 .	
                                                                                                                  Counseling	113	(3	units)
                          		           3	units,	4	hours/week	           	


                           Advanced                                     Placement	test	profile		OR	               ACE	080,	Writing	Lab	(0 .2	unit)
                                                                                                                  ACE	081,	Improving
                          	 aCe 116,	 Intro	to	Composition	             “C”	or	above	in	ACE	102	
                                                                                                                           Pronunciation	(3	units)
                          		           3	units,	4	hours/week	           	                                         	
                                                                                                                  ACE	087	(3	units)
                          		           16	total	lab	hours	              	
                          		           	                                	                                         Reading	097	or	102	(3	units)
                          		           	                                	                                         Counseling	101	(3	units)
                          		           	                                	                                         Counseling	113	(3	units)
                          		           	                                	                                         Counseling	116	(3	units)



                                           after completion of aCe 116 with a grade of “C” or better, students can register for english 101.




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ART 141, BEGINNING PAINTING                                                            3 UNITS
   Required	for	Art	majors.	Art	110	and	130	recommended.
                                                                                                         CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY




                                                                                                                                                                                                      Santiago Canyon College
   50299	     1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		             Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109	         Full	Semester
	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 M	W		               Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109
                                                                                                         Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	
ART 183, BEGINNING STAINED GLASS                                                        2 UNITS          students	enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	
   50300	    6:00p-7:00p	 Tu		                 Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	      Full	Semester
	         	 7:00p-8:15p	 Tu		                  Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110                             be	discontinued .	Any	class	which	does	not	maintain	
                                                                                                         satisfactory	attendance	may	be	discontinued .
ART 186, INTERMEDIATE STAINED GLASS                                                    2 UNITS
   Prerequisite:	Art	183.
   50306	      6:00p-7:00p	 Tu		    Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	                 Full	Semester   ART 250, ADVANCED STUDIO CONCEPTS                                                       3 UNITS
	         	 7:00p-8:15p	 Tu		       Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110                                     51957	    9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		              Couch	A	             SCC	D-109	      Full	Semester
                                                                                                   	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		              Couch	A	             SCC	D-109
ART 188A, GLASS ExPLORATION I                                                           2 UNITS
                                                                                                      51901	    9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		              Staff	               SCC	D-110	      Full	Semester
   50308	    6:00p-7:00p	 Th		                 Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	      Full	Semester
                                                                                                   	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		              Staff	               SCC	D-110
	         	 7:00p-10:15p	 Th		                 Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110
                                                                                                      51889	    9:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		            Southwell	L	         SCC	D-109	      Full	Semester
ART 188B, GLASS ExPLORATION II                                                          2 UNITS    	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 Tu	Th		            Southwell	L	         SCC	D-109
   50310	    6:00p-7:00p	 Th		                 Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	      Full	Semester      51894	    1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		               Schrieber-Smith	N	   SCC	D-109	      Full	Semester
	         	 7:00p-10:15p	 Th		                 Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110                       	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 M	W		                Schrieber-Smith	N	   SCC	D-109
                                                                                                      51900	    1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		               Eoff	R	              SCC	D-110	      Full	Semester
ART 195, INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS                                             3 UNITS    	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 M	W		                Eoff	R	              SCC	D-110
   50312	    9:00a-12:00p	 Th		     Nguyen	T	                       SCC	U-90	      Full	Semester      52055	    1:30p-2:35p	 Tu	Th		             Staff	               SCC	D-109	      Full	Semester
	         	 12:00p-1:15p	 Th		      Nguyen	T	                       SCC	U-90                       	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 Tu	Th		              Staff	               SCC	D-109

ART 198, ADVANCED STUDIO - STAINED GLASS                                                2 UNITS
   51958	    6:00p-7:00p	 Tu		       Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	                Full	Semester
	         	 7:00p-10:15p	 Tu		       Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110                                                             asTronoMY
ART 198, ADVANCED STUDIO - GLASS ExPLORATION                                            2 UNITS    ASTRONOMY 109, INTRODUCTION TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM                                         3 UNITS
   51963	    6:00p-7:00p	 Th		      Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110	                 Full	Semester      48290	  8:40a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		   Martino	D	                      SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
	         	 7:00p-10:15p	 Th		      Freeland-Salcedo	J	 SCC	D-110                                     48289	  10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		    Martino	D	                      SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                      48288	  11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		   Martino	D	                      SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
ART 230, INTERMEDIATE DRAWING                                                          3 UNITS        48663	  5:30p-6:55p	 M	W		      Staff	                          SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Art	130.	                                                                            48664	  7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      Norlen	h	                       SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
   50315	      9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		             Couch	A	             SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester
	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		               Couch	A	             SCC	D-109                      ASTRONOMY 110, INTRODUCTION TO STARS AND GALAxIES                                       3 UNITS
   50314	      1:30p-2:35p	 Tu	Th		            Staff	               SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester      48292	  8:40a-10:05a	 M	W		    Barembaum	M	                     SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 Tu	Th		               Staff	               SCC	D-109                         48294	  10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		 Barembaum	M	                     SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                      48293	  11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		    Martino	D	                       SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
ART 231, INTERMEDIATE LIFE DRAWING                                                     3 UNITS        48657	  5:30p-6:55p	 Tu	Th		   Barembaum	M	                     SCC	SC-104	     Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Art	131.
   51860	      9:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		           Staff	               SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester   ASTRONOMY 140, ASTRONOMY LABORATORY                                                     1 UNIT
	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 Tu	Th		             Staff	               SCC	D-109                         F
                                                                                                      	 ield	trips	to	local	planetaria	and	dark	sky	locations	may	be	included.
                                                                                                      48660	        1:50p-5:00p	 Th		              Martino	D	           SCC	SC-205	   Full	Semester
ART 232, ADVANCED LIFE DRAWING                                                         3 UNITS        48659	        1:50p-5:00p	 W		               Martino	D	           SCC	SC-205	   Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Art	231.                                                                             48662	        7:15p-10:25p	 Th		             Maier	M	             SCC	SC-205	   Full	Semester
   51887	      9:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		           Staff	               SCC	D-109	     Full	Semester      48661	        7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Maier	M	             SCC	SC-205	   Full	Semester
	         	 10:05a-11:55a	 Tu	Th		             Staff	               SCC	D-109                         48658	        7:15p-10:25p	 M		              Martino	D	           SCC	SC-205	   Full	Semester
ART 233, ADVANCED DRAWING                                                              3 UNITS

                                                                                                                                     BioLogY
   F
   	 ield	trips	to	professional	artists	studios,	galleries,	and	museums.	
   Prerequisite:	Art	230	or	portfolio	review.	
   50322	        9:00a-10:05a	 M	W		              Couch	A	            SCC	D-109	   Full	Semester
	            	 10:05a-11:55a	 M	W		               Couch	A	            SCC	D-109                                SEE ALSO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 155, HUMAN SExUALITY
   50336	        1:30p-2:35p	 Tu	Th		             Staff	              SCC	D-109	   Full	Semester
	            	 2:35p-4:25p	 Tu	Th		               Staff	              SCC	D-109
                                                                                                        attending the first laboratory meeting is ManDaTorY. students
ART 241, INTERMEDIATE PAINTING                                                         3 UNITS        who do not attend the first lab meeting will be dropped from the class.
   Prerequisite:	Art	141.	
                                                                                                   BIOLOGY 109, FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY                                             3 UNITS
   51891	      1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		              Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109	       Full	Semester
	         	 2:35p-4:25p	 M	W		                 Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109                            Concurrent	enrollment	in	Biology	109L	recommended.	Designed	for	non-biology	majors.
                                                                                                       48228	    8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Taylor	M	        SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester
ART 242, ADVANCED PAINTING                                                             3 UNITS         48229	    10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Powers	C	        SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Art	241.                                                                              48231	    5:30p-6:55p	 Tu	Th		           Powers	C	        SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester
   51893	      1:30p-2:35p	 M	W		              Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109	       Full	Semester       48232	    7:15p-10:25p	 W		              Smith	M	         SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester
	         	 2:35p-2:25p	 M	W		                 Schrieber-Smith	N	 SCC	D-109                            48230	    7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Staff	           SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester




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                          BIOLOGY 109L, FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY                                         1 UNIT   BIOLOGY 249, HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY                                                        4 UNITS
                              Prerequisite:	Biology	109/109h	or	concurrent	enrollment.		*if	currently	enrolled	in	one	of	       Prerequisite:	Biology	239.	
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                                                                                                                                48313	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        houska	R	            SCC	E-203	    Full	Semester
                              48233	      9:00a-12:10p	 F		            Foley	D	              SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester      	          	 11:30a-2:40p	 Tu		              houska	R	            SCC	SC-127
                              48237	      11:00a-2:10p	 Tu		           Powers	C	             SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester          48320	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        houska	R	            SCC	E-203	    Full	Semester
                              48238	      11:00a-2:10p	 Th		           Powers	C	             SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester      	          	 9:00a-12:00p	 F		               houska	R	            SCC	SC-127
                              48236	      2:15p-5:25p	 W		             Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester          48317	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        houska	R	            SCC	E-203	    Full	Semester
                              48234	      2:15p-5:25p	 Tu		            Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester      	          	 11:30a-2:40p	 Th		              houska	R	            SCC	SC-127
                              48235	      2:15p-5:25p	 M		             Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester          48316	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		          Smith	M	             SCC	E-206	    Full	Semester
                              48242	      7:15p-10:25p	 Th		           Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester      	          	 11:00a-2:10p	 W		               Smith	M	             SCC	SC-127
                              48241	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		            Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester
                              48239	      7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		           Staff	                SCC	SC-132	 Full	Semester      BIOLOGY 259, ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY                                                   4 UNITS
                                                                                                                                (Same	as	Environmental	Studies	259.)	
                          BIOLOGY 149, HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY                                       4 UNITS               48638	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		         Taylor	M	               SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester
                              May	not	meet	requirements	for	physical	education	or	BSN	majors.	                              	          	 10:30a-1:40p	 W		            Taylor	M	               SCC	SC-129
                              48301	   1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		           Smith	M	           SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester
                          	          	 8:00a-11:10a	 Th		             Smith	M	           SCC	SC-127
                          BIOLOGY 177, HUMAN GENETICS
                              48303	   7:15p-10:25p	 W		                Powers	C	
                                                                                                              3 UNITS
                                                                                             SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                             BUsiness
                                                                                                                            BUSINESS 090, PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                       3 UNITS
                          BIOLOGY 211, CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY                                             5 UNITS      (Same	as	Public	Works	080.)	
                              Required	of	majors	in	Biology,	Medicine,	Forestry,	and	Agriculture.	                             49740	    7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      Mc	Carthy	B	                 SCC	U-89	     Full	Semester
                              This	course	is	a	prerequisite	for	Biology	212	and	Biology	214.	Prior	completion	of	
                              Chemistry	119	or	209	or	equivalent	recommended.                                               BUSINESS 100, FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS                                               3 UNITS
                              Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081.                                                            	49964	      TBA	            	            Salcido	A	         SCC	WEB	          08/22-10/16
                                                                                                                                    Section	#49964.	Students	must	log	onto	Blackboard	prior	to	the	first	day	of	
                              48305	      5:30p-6:55p	 M	W		              Staff	              SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester              class.	Requires	6	hours/week	online.
                          	          	 7:15p-10:25p	 M	W		                Staff	              SCC	SC-130
                              48304	      5:30p-6:55p	 M	W		              Staff	              SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester          49892	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		          Deeley	S	          SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                          	          	 11:00a-2:10p	 M	W		                Staff	              SCC	SC-130                        49962	      10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		       Salcido	A	         SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                49963	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		            Deeley	S	          SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                          BIOLOGY 214, PLANT DIVERSITY AND EVOLUTION                                            5 UNITS
                                                                                                                            BUSINESS 101, BUSINESS LAW                                                           3 UNITS
                              F
                             	 ield	trips	required.	
                                                                                                                               49967	   7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		               Simmons	D	           SCC	D-221	    Full	Semester
                              Prerequisite:	Biology	211.			
                              48307	       11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		 Taylor	M	                   SCC	E-206	    Full	Semester    BUSINESS 105, LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS                                          3 UNITS
                          	            	 1:30p-4:40p	 Tu	Th		    Taylor	M	                   SCC	SC-129                        49969	   8:30a-9:55a	 Tu	Th		    Mills	L	                      SCC	B-103	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                               50018	   7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      hasty	D	                      SCC	D-221	    Full	Semester
                          BIOLOGY 229, GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY                                                    5 UNITS
                              Prerequisite:	Biology	109/109h	and	109L,	or	139,	or	149,	or	211	or		Chemistry	119	or	209.		   BUSINESS 120, PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                                                3 UNITS
                              48641	      11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		        Foley	D	             SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester           (Same	as	Management	120.)	
                          	          	 2:00p-5:10p	 Tu	Th		            Foley	D	             SCC	SC-219                         	50031	     TBA	            	           Deeley	S	             SCC	WEB	          09/12-12/11
                              48640	      11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		        Foley	D	             SCC	SC-105	 Full	Semester               Section	#50031.	Students	must	email	instructor	before	class	start	date	at	
                          	          	 8:00a-11:10a	 Tu	Th		           Foley	D	             SCC	SC-219                              deeley_steven@sccollege.edu.	There	are	no	on-campus	meetings.	Requires	
                                                                                                                                    3.5	hours/week	online.
                          BIOLOGY 239, GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY                                                    4 UNITS         50022	     8:30a-9:55a	 Tu	Th		        Deeley	S	             SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                              48309	   11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		   houska	R	                       SCC	SC-105	   Full	Semester
                          	          	 7:30a-10:40a	 W		     houska	R	                       SCC	SC-127                     BUSINESS 127, INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE                                             3 UNITS
                              48310	   11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		 Smith	M	                        SCC	SC-133	   Full	Semester       	50041	     TBA	            	            Armbruster	L	       SCC	WEB	         08/22-10/16
                          	          	 8:00a-11:10a	 Tu		    Smith	M	                        SCC	SC-127                             Section	#50041.	Students	must	log	onto	Blackboard	by	the	first	day	of	class	
                              48311	   11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		   houska	R	                       SCC	SC-105	   Full	Semester            or	be	dropped.	Requires	6	hours/week	online.
                          	          	 7:30a-10:40a	 M		     Fitzpatrick	D	                  SCC	SC-127
                              48312	   7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		    Burbridge	D	                    SCC	SC-133	   Full	Semester    BUSINESS 130, PERSONAL FINANCE                                                    3 UNITS
                          	          	 7:15p-10:25p	 Th		    Burbridge	D	                    SCC	SC-127                         50053	     11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		       Salcido	A	           SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                               	50055	     TBA	            		          Salcido	A	           SCC	WEB	       10/19-12/07
                                                                                                                                    Section	#50055.	Mandatory	orientation	on	Wed,	Oct	19,	5:00-7:00p,	B-104.	
                                                                                                                                    Other	mandatory	meetings	Wed,	Nov	9	&	Dec	7,	5:00-7:00p,	B-104.	Requires	
                                                                                                                                    5.5	hours/week	online.

                                                                                                                            BUSINESS 150, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING AND APPLICATION SOFTWARE 4 UNITS
                                                                                                                               	50056	     TBA	           		           Myers	S	             SCC	WEB	       08/24-10/12
                                                                                                                                    Section	#50056.	Mandatory	orientation	Wed,	Aug	24,	7:15-9:15p,	B-103.	
                                                                                                                                    Other	mandatory	meetings	Wed,	Sep	7,	28	&	Oct	12,	7:15-9:15p,	B-103.	
                                                                                                                                    Requires	7	hours/week	online.
                                                                                                                               	50084	     TBA	           		           Myers	S	             SCC	WEB	       10/18-12/06
                                                                                                                                    Section	#50084.	Mandatory	Orientation	Tue,	Oct	18,	7:15-9:15p,	B-104.	
                                                                                                                                    Other	mandatory	meetings	Tue,	Nov	1,	22	and	Dec	6,	7:15-9:15p,	B-104.	
                              CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange                                                                      Requires	7	hours/week	online.

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                                                                                              CHEMISTRY 229, GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND qUALITATIVE ANALYSIS           5 UNITS
                                                                                                 Prerequisite:	Chemistry	219
                                                                                                 50287	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		 Staff	         SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester
                                                                                              	         	 12:00p-3:10p	 M	W		     Staff	         SCC	SC-225
BUSINESS 170, PRINCIPLES OF SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT                              3 UNITS
   	50214	     TBA	           	             Ash	R	              SCC	WEB	        08/22-10/16      50284	      1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		 Staff	         SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester
        Section	50214.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	8/25/11.	               	         	 3:15p-6:25p	 Tu	Th		    Staff	         SCC	SC-225
        Requires	6	hours/week	online.                                                         CHEMISTRY 259, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                                              5 UNITS
                                                                                                 Prerequisite:	Chemistry	249.		
BUSINESS 171, BUSINESS PLAN FOR SMALL BUSINESS                                    3 UNITS
    Concurrent	enrollment	in	Business	170	recommended.	                                          50288	      8:00a-9:25a	 M	W		   El	Said	N	                 SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester
                                                                                              	         	 9:45a-12:55p	 M	W		     El	Said	N	                 SCC	SC-221
   	50087	     TBA	            	             Ash	R	             SCC	WEB	      10/17-12/11
        Section	#50087.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	10/19/11.	
        Requires	6	hours/week	online.                                                                           CHILD DEVELOPMENT (SEE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT)
BUSINESS 175, ONLINE ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                             3 UNITS
   	50758	     TBA	           	             Tsai	J	             SCC	WEB	      10/17-12/11
        Section	#50758.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	10/19/11.	
        Requires	6	hours/week	online.                                                                             CHiCano sTUDies
BUSINESS 222, BUSINESS WRITING                                                    3 UNITS     CHICANO STUDIES 101, INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO STUDIES                              3 UNITS
   Prerequisite:		English	101	or	101h.                                                           48764	  7:15p-10:25p	 W		        Rodriguez	S	    SCC	D-206	               Full	Semester
   50092	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		         Deeley	S	           SCC	B-104	    Full	Semester
   50095	      10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		       Deeley	S	           SCC	B-104	    Full	Semester
   50094	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		            Martin	P	           SCC	B-104	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                  CoMMUniCaTion
                                                                                              COMMUNICATION 100, INTRODUCTION TO
             CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (SEE ExERCISE SCIENCE)                             INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                                                       3 UNITS
                      CAREER PLANNING (SEE COUNSELING)                                            Recommended	for	students	who	have	completed	or	are	currently	enrolled	in	English	101.	
                                                                                                  49183	  7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		           Womack	M	           SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                  49337	  8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        Womack	M	           SCC	D-205	 Full	Semester

                              CHeMisTrY                                                           49329	
                                                                                                  49332	
                                                                                                  49187	
                                                                                                          8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		
                                                                                                          10:15a-1:25p	 Tu	Th		
                                                                                                          10:15a-1:25p	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                       Kubicka-Miller	T	
                                                                                                                                       Kubicka-Miller	J	
                                                                                                                                       De	Carbo	M	
                                                                                                                                                           SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                           SCC	B-214	
                                                                                                                                                           SCC	D-220	
                                                                                                                                                                            08/23-10/13
                                                                                                                                                                            10/17-12/07
CHEMISTRY 209, INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY                                              4 UNITS        49435	  10:15a-1:35p	 M	W		          Kubicka-Miller	T	   SCC	D-220	       08/22-10/12
    Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081.                                                         49312	  10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		         Kubicka-Miller	J	   SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
   	50277	      TBA	           	             El	Said	N	          SCC	WEB	     Full	Semester       49174	  11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		        Womack	M	           SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
	          	 9:00a-12:10p	 F		               El	Said	N	          SCC	SC-225                       49180	  3:15p-6:25p	 Th		            Womack	M	           SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
        Section	No.	50277	ChEM	209,	combines	on-campus	with	online	instruction.		                 49338	  4:00p-7:10p	 W		             Kubicka-Miller	T	   SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
        Student	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	e-mail	account.		Mandatory	
        weekly	lab	attendance	on	Fridays,	9am	-	12:10pm.                                      COMMUNICATION 101, GROUP DYNAMICS                                                3 UNITS
    50274	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		         Staff	              SCC	B-201	 Full	Semester        ACE	087	recommended	for	non-native	speakers.	
	          	 12:00p-3:10p	 M		               Staff	              SCC	B-201                       49408	    11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		         Kubicka-Miller	J	     SCC	D-217	    Full	Semester
    50267	      11:45a-1:10p	 Tu	Th		        Staff	              SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester
	          	 8:00a-11:10a	 Th		              Staff	              SCC	SC-225                   COMMUNICATION 110, PUBLIC SPEAKING                                               3 UNITS
    50273	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		            Staff	              SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester       ACE	087	recommended	for	non-native	speakers.	
	          	 7:15p-10:25p	 W		               Staff	              SCC	SC-225                      49383	    7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		        Womack	M	             SCC	B-214	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                 49422	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		         Womack	M	             SCC	E-308	    Full	Semester
CHEMISTRY 210, GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOCHEMISTRY                                   5 UNITS      49386	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		         Kubicka-Miller	J	     SCC	D-121	    Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Chemistry	209	or	a	passing	score	on	the	current	chemistry	placement	test	       49410	    9:00a-1:15p	 F		            Kubicka-Miller	T	     SCC	D-205	     09/09-12/09
   and	Mathematics	080	or	081.                                                                   49392	    10:15a-1:25p	 M	W		         Kubicka-Miller	T	     SCC	D-121	     10/17-12/07
   50210	      5:00p-7:05p	 M	W		            Staff	               SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester      49423	    10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		      Womack	M	             SCC	D-204	    Full	Semester
	         	 7:15p-10:25p	 M		                Staff	               SCC	SC-221                     49372	    10:15a-1:30p	 M	W		         De	Carbo	M	           SCC	B-214	     08/22-10/12
                                                                                                 49316	    1:35p-4:55p	 Tu	Th		        Kubicka-Miller	J	     SCC	D-222	     10/18-12/08
CHEMISTRY 219, GENERAL CHEMISTRY                                                 5 UNITS         49426	    3:15p-6:25p	 W		            De	Carbo	M	           SCC	D-216	    Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081	and	Chemistry	209	or	Mathematics	080	or	081	and	         49406	    7:15p-10:25p	 Th		          Kubicka-Miller	T	     SCC	D-205	    Full	Semester
   a	passing	score	on	current	chemistry	placement	test.                                          49381	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		           De	Carbo	M	           SCC	D-204	    Full	Semester
   50280	      10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		        Staff	           SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester
                                                                                              COMMUNICATION 111, ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE                                     3 UNITS
	         	 12:00p-3:10p	 Tu	Th		            Staff	           SCC	SC-222
   50279	      12:00p-1:25p	 M	W		           Staff	           SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester          Completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	English	101	recommended.	ACE	087	
	         	 1:45p-4:55p	 M	W		               Staff	           SCC	SC-222                         recommended	for	non-native	speakers.
   50282	      5:00p-6:25p	 Tu	Th		          Staff	           SCC	SC-226	 Full	Semester          49335	    1:35p-4:45p	 Tu	Th		           Kubicka-Miller	J	  SCC	D-220	    08/23-10/13
	         	 6:45p-7:55p	 Tu	Th		             Staff	           SCC	SC-222                         49432	    3:15p-6:25p	 M		               De	Carbo	M	        SCC	D-220	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                 49431	    7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Kubicka-Miller	J	  SCC	E-205	 Full	Semester




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                                            CoMpUTer                                                                     COMPUTER SCIENCE 121, PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS
                                                                                                                            Prerequisite:	Computer	Science	120	
                                                                                                                                                                                                              3 UNITS
Santiago Canyon College


                                                                                                                            50180	      7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		      Rainey	A	                  SCC	B-208	    Full	Semester
                                       inforMaTion sYsTeMs                                                               	         	 6:00p-7:00p	 Tu		          Parke	R	                   SCC	B-208

                          COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 101, INTRODUCTION TO                                              COMPUTER SCIENCE 157, INTRO TO ROBOTICS PROGRAMMING                                  3 UNITS
                          MICROSOFT OFFICE                                                                    3 UNITS       50183	  1:00p-4:10p	 Tu		        Kessler	R	    SCC	B-106	                    Full	Semester
                             	50124	     TBA	            		           Salcido	A	          SCC	WEB	      Full	Semester
                                  Section	#50124	Mandatory	orientation	Thu,	Aug	25,	5:00-7:00p,	B-104.	                  COMPUTER SCIENCE 205, ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC                                          3 UNITS
                                  Other	mandatory	meetings	Thu,	Sept	22,	Oct	27	&	Dec	8,	5:00-7:00p,	B-104.		               Prerequisite:	Computer	Science	105.
                                  Requires	2.5	hours	online	per	week.                                                       50189	      7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      Kessler	R	                 SCC	B-106	    Full	Semester
                              50115	     7:15p-10:25p	 Th		           Salcido	A	          SCC	B-104	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                         COMPUTER SCIENCE 213, C# PROGRAMMING                                                 3 UNITS
                          COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 106, MICROSOFT ExCEL                                   3 UNITS       Completion	of	Computer	Science	121	is	recommended.	
                             50138	  7:15p-10:25p	 W		      Salcido	A	      SCC	B-104	                   Full	Semester      50190	    7:15p-10:25p	 W		             Kessler	R	             SCC	B-106	    Full	Semester

                          COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 124, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP                                   3 UNITS
                             50164	  7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		     Parke	R	       SCC	B-106	                    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                     CoUnseLing
                                                                                                                         COUNSELING 101, EDUCATIONAL, PERSONAL, CULTURAL, AND
                                            CoMpUTer sCienCe                                                             CAREER ExPLORATION                                                                3 UNITS
                                                                                                                            Recommended	for	students	planning	to	complete	an	associate	degree,	and/or	to	transfer	
                          COMPUTER SCIENCE 100, THE COMPUTER AND SOCIETY                                       3 UNITS      to	a	university.	
                             50110	     8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            Myers	S	             SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester        48192	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		        Enriquez	R	         SCC	E-303	 Full	Semester
                             50116	     8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Kessler	R	           SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester        48193	      1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		       Contreras-Bright	D	 SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                             50188	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Kessler	R	           SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester
                             50126	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Myers	S	             SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester     COUNSELING 113, LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS                              3 UNITS
                            	50158	     TBA	             		            Myers	S	             SCC	WEB	      10/19-12/07       48195	  11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		    Staff	         SCC	D-206	                   Full	Semester
                                 Section	#50158.	Mandatory	orientation	Wed,	Oct	19,	7:15-9:15p,	B-103.	                     48194	  11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		      Staff	         SCC	D-206	                   Full	Semester
                                 Other	mandatory	meetings	on	Wed,	Nov	2,	23	and	Dec	7,	7:15-9:15p,	B-103.	
                                 Requires	5	hours/week	online.                                                           COUNSELING 116, CAREER/LIFE PLANNING AND PERSONAL ExPLORATION                         3 UNITS
                            	50152	     7:15p-10:15p	 M		              Kessler	R	           SCC	B-106	    08/22-10/10                                           Material Fee(s): $20
                                 Section	#50152.	Combines	on-campus	with	3.5	hrs	per	week	of	online	                        	48225	     TBA	              	            Baldizon-Rios	N	      SCC	WEB	     Full	Semester
                                 instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	email	account.	                   Course	information	will	be	available	on	August	15,	2011.		To	access	course,	
                                 Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.                                      please	log	on	to	http://rsccd.blackboard.com.
                                                                                                                            	48219	     TBA	              	            Salazar	de	la	Torre	R	SCC	WEB	     Full	Semester
                          COMPUTER SCIENCE 105, VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING                                       3 UNITS           Course	information	will	be	available	on	August	15,	2011.		To	access	course,	
                             No	previous	programming	experience	required.	                                                       please	log	on	to	http://rsccd.blackboard.com.
                            	50165	     5:00p-7:00p	 W		                 Kessler	R	          SCC	B-106	 Full	Semester        48257	     7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		           Bustamante	A	         SCC	E-303	 Full	Semester
                                 Section	#50165.	Combines	on-campus	with	3	hrs	per	week	of	online	                           48253	     8:30a-11:40a	 F		              vaught	M	             SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                                 instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	email	account.	               48252	     8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            hersom	K	             SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                                 Specific	instructions	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.                                 48255	     8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Bustamante	A	         SCC	E-303	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                             48196	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Christensen	S	        SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                          COMPUTER SCIENCE 111, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ORGANIzATION                 4 UNITS                48198	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           hersom	K	             SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                             Recommended	preparation:	Computer	Science	121	or	equivalent.	                                   48256	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Bustamante	A	         SCC	E-303	 Full	Semester
                             50174	  6:15p-10:30p	 W		            Rainey	A	           SCC	B-208	 Full	Semester               48199	     7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Christensen	S	        SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                             48200	     7:15p-10:25p	 M		              Riehm	M	              SCC	D-206	 Full	Semester
                          COMPUTER SCIENCE 112, JAVA PROGRAMMING                                             3 UNITS
                             Previous	structured	programming	experience	recommended.	                                    COUNSELING 118, SELF ExPLORATION AND THE TEACHING PROFESSION                         2 UNITS
                                                                                                                            48258	  11:00a-1:10p	 W		       Perry	J	         SCC	E-303	                  Full	Semester
                             50171	      7:15p-10:25p	 Th		         Parke	R	          SCC	B-208	         Full	Semester
                                                                                                                         COUNSELING 144, REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING                                        3 UNITS
                          COMPUTER SCIENCE 120, INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                                            (Same	as	Philosophy	144.)	
                             Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081.
                                                                                                                            48767	    8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		 Granitto	J	                    SCC	D-217	    Full	Semester
                             50176	      7:00p-10:10p	 M		         Rainey	A	 SCC	B-208	                  Full	Semester      48766	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		   Granitto	J	                    SCC	D-217	    Full	Semester
                          	         	 6:00p-7:00p	 M		             Parke	R	  SCC	B-208                                      48769	    9:00a-1:15p	 F		      Monge	M	                       SCC	D-220	     09/09-12/09
                                                                                                                            48768	    1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		  Bevers	B	                      SCC	E-304	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                            48765	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		     Granitto	J	                    SCC	D-217	    Full	Semester



                                                                                                                                              CriMinaL jUsTiCe
                                                   sCC’s new                                                             CRIMINAL JUSTICE 101, INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                                                                                            48399	   7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		     Lopez	C	        SCC	U-92	
                                                                                                                                                                                                              3 UNITS
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Full	Semester
                                                   robotics program                                                         48402	
                                                                                                                            48400	
                                                                                                                                     9:00a-12:10p	 F		
                                                                                                                                     7:15p-10:25p	 Th		
                                                                                                                                                              Blaska	W	
                                                                                                                                                              Davis	R	
                                                                                                                                                                              SCC	E-206	
                                                                                                                                                                              SCC	D-101	
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Full	Semester


                              CMPR	157	Intro to Robotics Programming                                                                   Be connected – stay connected
                              Design	your	own	’bot	and	program	it	to	do	just	about	anything—                                                   Keep up to date on campus news.
                              throw	 a	 ball,	 climb	 a	 ladder,	 even	 solve	 a	 Rubik’s	 cube!	 No	
                                                                                                                                               Connect with friends on campus.
                              programming	experience	is	required .	Register	now .
                                                                                                                                                    Become a
                              CMPR	257 Applied Robotics & Embedded Programming                                                                    Facebook Fan
                              introduces	you	to	the	world	of	microprocessors	for	devices	such	
                              as	 those	 used	 in	 robotics,	 telephones,	 tablet	 PCs,	 automotive	                                   	http://www .facebook .com/SantiagoCanyon
                              industry,	and	home	automation .	You	can	earn	a	certificate	that	                                                                    Follow SCC
                              will	help	you	get	an	entry-level	engineering	technician	job	and	                                                                     on Twitter
                              get	involved	in	developing	the	new	products	of	the	future .
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                                                                                                                                                                                       Santiago Canyon College
DANCE 100, DANCE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION                                      3 UNITS    EARTH SCIENCE 110, INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE                                  3 UNITS
   50402	   1:30p-4:40p	 Tu		      hendrix	J	                SCC	A-209	   Full	Semester      Not	open	to	students	who	are	enrolled,	or	have	credit	in	Geology	101	or	Geography	101.	
                                                                                             48778	    8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Brooks	D	            SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester
DANCE 106A, INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE                                        1 UNIT       48779	    10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Brooks	D	            SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester
   50404	    5:00p-5:30p	 Th		    halili	Z	                  SCC	D-125	   Full	Semester      48781	    11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		            hovanitz	E	          SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester
	         	 5:30p-7:10p	 Th		     halili	Z	                  SCC	D-125                       48782	    5:30p-6:55p	 Tu	Th		           hovanitz	E	          SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester
DANCE 106B, INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE                                       1 UNIT
   Two	semesters	of	Dance	106AB	equals	Dance	206A.

	
   50422	    5:00p-5:30p	 Th		
          	 5:30p-7:10p	 Th		
                                         halili	Z	
                                         halili	Z	
                                                             SCC	D-125	
                                                             SCC	D-125
                                                                          Full	Semester                               eConoMiCs
                                                                                          ECONOMICS 120, PRINCIPLES/MACRO                                                  3 UNITS
DANCE 108A, INTRODUCTION TO BALLET                                             1 UNIT
                                                                                              Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081.
   Prepares	the	student	for	Dance	108B.	
                                                                                              49918	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		      Taber	A	           SCC	E-304	 Full	Semester
   50428	     7:15p-7:30p	 M	W		         Leonard	v	          SCC	D-125	   Full	Semester      	49923	      TBA	            		         Cummins	M	         SCC	WEB	      Full	Semester
	         	 7:30p-8:30p	 M	W		           Leonard	v	          SCC	D-125                            Section#	49923	Requires	2	mandatory	on-campus	meetings:		Sat.	October	
DANCE 108B, INTRODUCTION TO BALLET                                             1 UNIT             22	and	Sat.	December	10,	from	10am-12pm	in	room	E-203	at	SCC.		Please	
   Two	semesters	of	Dance	108AB	equals	Dance	201A.	                                               contact	instructor	at	cummins_megan@sccollege.edu	for	more	information.
                                                                                              49908	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		       Taber	A	           SCC	E-304	 Full	Semester
   50430	    7:15p-7:45p	 M	W		          Leonard	v	          SCC	D-125	   Full	Semester
                                                                                              49920	      11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		      Shah	S	            SCC	E-304	 Full	Semester
	         	 7:45p-8:30p	 M	W		           Leonard	v	          SCC	D-125
                                                                                              49912	      1:30p-2:55p	 M	W		         Taber	A	           SCC	E-304	 Full	Semester
DANCE 115A, INTRODUCTION TO TAP DANCE                                          1 UNIT         49915	      7:15p-10:25p	 Th		         Amirfathi	P	       SCC	E-304	 Full	Semester
   Dance	115A	prepares	the	student	for	Dance	115B.	                                       ECONOMICS 121, PRINCIPLES/MICRO                                                  3 UNITS
   50436	    7:15p-7:45p	 Tu		            hendrix	J	         SCC	D-125	   Full	Semester      Economics	120	is	recommended.
	         	 7:45p-9:20p	 Tu		             hendrix	J	         SCC	D-125
                                                                                             Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081.
DANCE 115B, INTRODUCTION TO TAP DANCE                                          1 UNIT        50011	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		           Taber	A	          SCC	E-304	    Full	Semester
   Recommended	for	theatre	and	dance	majors.	Dance	115A	recommended.	                        50013	      10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		        Taber	A	          SCC	E-304	    Full	Semester
   50481	    8:15p-8:45p	 Tu		          hendrix	J	          SCC	D-125	    Full	Semester      50010	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		             Shah	S	           SCC	E-304	    Full	Semester
	         	 8:45p-10:20p	 Tu		          hendrix	J	          SCC	D-125
DANCE 119A, INTRODUCTION TO JAzz DANCE
   50552	    7:15p-7:45p	 Th		      halili	Z	                SCC	D-125	
                                                                                1 UNIT
                                                                          Full	Semester                                eDUCaTion
	         	 7:45p-9:20p	 Th		       halili	Z	                SCC	D-125
                                                                                          EDUCATION 101, INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION                                         3 UNITS
DANCE 119B, INTRODUCTION TO JAzz DANCE                                          1 UNIT       Completion	of	English	101	is	recommended.	
   50554	    5:00p-5:30p	 Tu		      hendrix	J	               SCC	D-125	   Full	Semester      48259	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		            Rangel	S	            SCC	E-303	    Full	Semester
	         	 5:30p-7:10p	 Tu		       hendrix	J	               SCC	D-125
                                                                                          EDUCATION 210, THE TEACHING ExPERIENCE: SECONDARY EDUCATION                       3 UNITS
                                                                                             48260	   1:30p-4:40p	 Tu		       Staff	          SCC	D-205	               Full	Semester




    sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
                                                                                                  FUTURE
    is a DrUg anD aLCoHoL free
                                                                                                 TEACHERS!
    enVironMenT.
                                                                                                                              1st semester:
    assistance for substance abuse may be obtained from                                            It’s as easy as
                                                                                                                              Counseling	118:	
    one of the following sources:
                                                                                                 1+2+3                        Self	Exploration	and	the		
                                                                                                                              Teaching	Profession
      • saC and sCC student Health Centers, for
        confidential counseling and referral to local                                                                         2nd or rd semester:
        agencies                                                                                                              Education	101:	Introduction	to	
                                                                                                                              Education	(completed	Eng	101)
      • alcoholics anonymous                                                                                                  rd or 4th semester:
                                                                                                                              Education	210:	The	Teaching	
      • national Drug Hotline, 1-800-662-HeLp                                                                                 Experience:	Secondary	Education

      • al-anon/alateen family group Headquarters,                                            Consider	taking	courses	in	the	order	above	for	the	best	
        1-800-6-9996                                                                        teacher	ed	preparation .	For	questions,	call	714-628-4800 .

      • narc-anon family group Headquarters,
        10-47-800

      • 1-800-Cocaine, an information and referral hotline                                                    Santiago Canyon College
                                                                                                                announces hot spots!
    Violators may be subject to disciplinary action
                                                                                                  For	information	on	the	new	wireless	network,	
    which could include suspension, expulsion or arrest.
                                                                                                        go	to	www.sccollege.edu/wireless



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                                                                                                      Experience	and	enjoy	the	advantages	of	taking	classes	with	other	future	teacher	
                                                                                                      students .	“Apple”	courses	represent	general	education	and	major	preparation	
                                                                                                      courses	required	for	students	whose	goals	are	to	transfer	to	a	teacher	preparation	
                                                                                                      program .	Courses	are	scheduled	in	a	way	to	facilitate	“groups”	of	future	teacher	
                                                                                                      students	registering	for	and	moving	through	the	classes	together .	Look	for	the	
                                                                                                      “Apple” 	icon	next	to	courses	in	the	schedule .



                                                            engLisH                                                         49495	
                                                                                                                            49496	
                                                                                                                            49497	
                                                                                                                                     8:00a-10:05a	
                                                                                                                                     8:00a-10:05a	
                                                                                                                                     8:00a-10:05a	
                                                                                                                                                      Tu	Th		
                                                                                                                                                      M	W		
                                                                                                                                                      Tu	Th		
                                                                                                                                                                      isbell	J	
                                                                                                                                                                      Elchlepp	E	
                                                                                                                                                                      Matuzak	M	
                                                                                                                                                                                           SCC	B-213	
                                                                                                                                                                                           SCC	E-305	
                                                                                                                                                                                           SCC	B-210	
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH N50, INTRODUCTION TO WRITTEN COMMUNICATION                                   3 UNITS      49658	   8:00a-10:05a	    M	W		           Staff	               SCC	B-207	   Full	Semester
                             Prerequisite:	Qualifying	profile	from	English	placement	process.                               49504	   9:00a-2:50p	     F		             hill	J	              SCC	E-205	    09/09-12/02
                             49935	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		           Staff	             SCC	A-104	    Full	Semester     49412	   10:15a-12:20p	   M	W		           Adams	R	             SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                             49937	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		               Coley	K	           SCC	B-211	    Full	Semester     49486	   10:15a-12:20p	   M	W		           isbell	J	            SCC	B-213	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                            49487	   10:15a-12:20p	   Tu	Th		         Tragarz	R	           SCC	B-106	   Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH N60, BASICS OF EFFECTIVE WRITING                                             3 UNITS      49418	   10:15a-12:20p	   Tu	Th		         Matuzak	M	           SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                             Not	applicable	to	associate	degree.	16	additional	hours	in	Writing	Center	required	(one	       49478	   10:15a-12:20p	   M	W		           Tragarz	R	           SCC	D-221	   Full	Semester
                             hour	per	week	for	16-week	semester	sections).	                                                 49490	   10:15a-12:20p	   Tu	Th		         Dela	Cusack	L	       SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                             Prerequisite:	English	N50	or	qualifying	profile	from	English	placement	process.	               49492	   10:15a-12:20p	   Tu	Th		         Beers-McCormick	L	   SCC	B-209	   Full	Semester
                             49718	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		            Staff	                SCC	B-106	 Full	Semester      49409	   10:15a-12:20p	   M	W		           Lennertz	W	          SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                          	         	 7:00a-7:50a	 M		                  Staff	                SCC	A-210                     49489	   1:30p-3:35p	     M	W		           Rohr	S	              SCC	D-215	   Full	Semester
                             49715	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		             Dela	Cusack	L	        SCC	B-211	 Full	Semester      49491	   1:30p-3:35p	     M	W		           Turnbull	L	          SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                          	         	 3:45p-4:35p	 W		                  Lennertz	W	           SCC	A-210                     49580	   1:30p-3:35p	     Tu	Th		         Cobian	B	            SCC	B-211	   Full	Semester
                             49717	      1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		           Staff	                SCC	E-308	 Full	Semester      49479	   1:30p-3:35p	     M	W		           isbell	J	            SCC	B-213	   Full	Semester
                          	         	 3:45p-4:35p	 Tu		                 Beers-McCormick	L	 SCC	A-210                        49654	   1:30p-3:35p	     Tu	Th		         Lathrop	M	           SCC	B-209	   Full	Semester
                             49720	      6:00p-10:15p	 W		              Staff	                SCC	B-213	 Full	Semester      49655	   1:30p-3:35p	     M	W		           Buckley	J	           SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                          	         	 5:00p-5:50p	 W		                  Staff	                SCC	A-210                     49656	   1:30p-3:35p	     Tu	Th		         Staff	               SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                            49660	   1:30p-3:35p	     Tu	Th		         Staff	               SCC	B-213	   Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH N90, ENGLISH WRITING CENTER I                                               0.2 UNIT      49663	   3:45p-5:50p	     Tu	Th		         Cobian	B	            SCC	B-211	   Full	Semester
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit                                                                         49657	   3:45p-5:50p	     M	W		           Buckley	J	           SCC	B-209	   Full	Semester
                             49721	    9:15a-10:05a	 Th		      Staff	                       SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester     49648	   5:00p-7:05p	     Tu	Th		         Cabral	J	            SCC	B-209	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                            49661	   5:00p-7:05p	     M	W		           Staff	               SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH N91, ENGLISH WRITING CENTER II                                              0.2 UNIT      49667	   6:00p-10:15p	    M		             Staff	               SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit                                                                         49662	   6:00p-10:15p	    W		             Shamlou	J	           SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                             49724	    10:15a-11:05a	 M		      Staff	                       SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester     49503	   6:00p-10:15p	    W		             Staff	               SCC	B-209	   Full	Semester
                             49726	    11:15a-12:05p	 Tu		     Staff	                       SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester     49659	   6:00p-10:15p	    Th		            Brennan	P	           SCC	B-214	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                            49653	   6:00p-10:15p	    Th		            Rochford	N	          SCC	B-210	   Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH N92, ExTENDED COMPOSITION STRATEGIES                                         0.2 UNIT     49652	   6:00p-10:15p	    Tu		            Rochford	N	          SCC	B-211	   Full	Semester
                             49732	    11:15a-12:05p	 Tu	    Staff	                         SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester
                             49729	    9:15a-10:05a	 Th		    Staff	                         SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester
                             49727	    10:15a-11:05a	 M		    Staff	                         SCC	A-210	    Full	Semester
                          ENGLISH 061, INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITION                                               3 UNITS                       Worried	About	That	Essay?
                             Prerequisite:	English	N60	or	qualifying	profile	from	English	placement	process.				
                                                                                                                                               Stressed	Out	Over	Your	Research	Paper?
                             49394	      7:00a-9:05a	 Tu	Th		           Roe	M	                SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester
                          	         	 9:15a-10:05a	 Tu		                Roe	M	                SCC	A-210                                        Need	Extra	Help	Developing	Your	Arguments?
                             49375	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		            Dela	Cusack	L	        SCC	B-212	 Full	Semester                         Still	Not	Sure	Where	To	Put	That	Semicolon?
                          	         	 10:15a-11:05a	 W		                Elchlepp	E	           SCC	A-210

                          	
                             49390	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		
                                    	 7:00a-7:50a	 W		
                                                                        Staff	
                                                                        Tragarz	R	
                                                                                              SCC	B-211	 Full	Semester
                                                                                              SCC	A-210
                                                                                                                           THe sCC WriTing CenTer Can HeLp!
                             49385	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		          Tragarz	R	            SCC	B-211	 Full	Semester
                          	         	 7:00a-7:50a	 Th		                 Staff	                SCC	A-210                                                         Located in a-210
                             49391	      10:15a-12:20p	 Tu	Th		         Lennertz	W	           SCC	B-211	 Full	Semester               HoUrs                       •   One-on-one	conferencing
                          	         	 12:30p-1:20p	 Th		                isbell	J	             SCC	A-210                                                          •   Computer-assisted	instruction
                                                                                                                                     Monday	
                             49395	      10:15a-12:20p	 M	W		           Staff	                SCC	B-211	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                 10:15–11:05	am                  •   Grammar	practice
                          	         	 12:30p-1:20p	 W		                 Tragarz	R	            SCC	A-210
                             49378	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		             heller	C	             SCC	B-209	 Full	Semester                                           •   Staffed	by	English	professors
                                                                                                                                     Tuesday	
                          	         	 12:30p-1:20p	 M		                 Dela	Cusack	L	        SCC	A-210
                             49382	      1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		           Dela	Cusack	L	        SCC	B-210	 Full	Semester           11:15–12:05	pm                 sign up for english n90/n91/n92
                          	         	 12:30p-1:20p	 Tu		                Tragarz	R	            SCC	A-210                                                         .2 unit course
                             49400	      3:45p-5:50p	 Tu	Th		           Lathrop	M	            SCC	B-210	 Full	Semester              Thursday	
                          	         	 2:30p-3:20p	 Th		                 Staff	                SCC	A-210                          9:15–10:05	am                  Cost: $4
                             49398	      3:45p-5:50p	 M	W		             Rohr	S	               SCC	B-210	 Full	Semester                                          pass/no pass
                          	         	 2:30p-3:20p	 M		                  Staff	                SCC	A-210
                             49402	      6:00p-10:15p	 M		              Brennan	P	            SCC	B-214	 Full	Semester
                          	         	 5:00p-5:50p	 M		                  Staff	                SCC	A-210                    To	receive	credit,	students	are	required	to	attend	the	Writing	Center	on	
                                                                                                                           an	as	needed	basis	for	a	minimum of five hours	over	the	course	of	the	
                          ENGLISH 101, FRESHMAN COMPOSITION                                                    4 UNITS     semester	and	to	complete	five hours of additional practice	outside	of	
                             Prerequisite:	English	061	or	ACE	116	or	qualifying	profile	from	English	placement	process.    the	center .
                             49675	      7:00a-9:05a	 M	W		            Roe	M	                SCC	D-207	 Full	Semester
                             49674	      7:00a-9:05a	 M	W		            Smith	S	              SCC	B-209	 Full	Semester      Students enrolled in English N50 should sign up for Eng N90.
                             49500	      7:00a-9:05a	 Tu	Th		          Staff	                SCC	B-209	 Full	Semester      Students enrolled in English 101, 102, 103, or any other literature class
                             49477	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		           Adams	R	              SCC	B-210	 Full	Semester      should sign up for Eng N91.
                             49480	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		         Lennertz	W	           SCC	E-205	 Full	Semester      English N92 is open for all disciplines where essay writing is required.
                             49485	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		           Staff	                SCC	B-213	 Full	Semester




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ENGLISH 101H, HONORS FRESHMAN COMPOSITION                                          4 UNITS
	 Prerequisite:	A	high	school	or	college	GPA	of	3.0	or	above	and	English	061	or	ACE	116	or	
   qualifying	profile	from	English	placement	process.				                                             When	you	are	registering	online	and	




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Santiago Canyon College
   49677	
   49680	
               8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		
               1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		
                                             Elchlepp	E	
                                             Lennertz	W	
                                                                 SCC	E-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                 SCC	E-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                       searching	for	eXerCise sCienCe		
   49678	      6:00p-10:15p	 Tu		            Adams	R	            SCC	E-204	 Full	Semester                 Classes	choose	eXer	in	the	
ENGLISH 102, LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.		
                                                                                  4 UNITS
                                                                                                         Lookup	Courses	search	field .
   49686	      10:15a-12:20p	 Tu	Th		   isbell	J	               SCC	B-213	    Full	Semester
ENGLISH 103, CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.		
                                                                                  4 UNITS
                                                                                                                    eXerCise sCienCe
   49697	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		      Evett	C	                SCC	E-205	    Full	Semester   ExERCISE SCIENCE 100, HEALTHFUL LIVING                                                   3 UNITS
   49703	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		    Adams	R	                SCC	B-212	    Full	Semester      	50598	      TBA	             	              Cummins	S	           SCC	WEB	       Full	Semester
   49689	      10:15a-12:20p	 Tu	Th		   Adams	R	                SCC	E-203	    Full	Semester           Section	No.	50598-No	Orientation-	Log	onto	http://rsccd.blackboard.com	to	
   49700	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		       Evett	C	                SCC	E-205	    Full	Semester           access	syllabus	and	course	materials.		Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	of	
   49712	      3:45p-5:50p	 M	W		       Beers-McCormick	L	      SCC	B-211	    Full	Semester           course	start	date,	8/22/10	will	result	in	a	drop.		Students	can	email	questions	
   49698	      6:00p-10:15p	 M		        Beers-McCormick	L	      SCC	B-209	    Full	Semester           to	instructor	at	cummins_shawn@sccollege.edu.
   49709	      6:00p-10:15p	 Tu		       Roe	M	                  SCC	E-305	    Full	Semester      	50599	      TBA	             	              Staff	               SCC	WEB	        10/17-12/11
                                                                                                      Section	No.	50599-No	Orientation-	Log	onto	http://rsccd.blackboard.com	
ENGLISH 103H, HONORS CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING                                 4 UNITS            to	access	syllabus	and	course	materials.		Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	
	 Prerequisite:	A	high	school	or	collage	GPA	of	3.0	or	above	and	English	101	or	101h.                 of	course	start	date,	10/17/11	will	result	in	a	drop.		Students	can	email	
   49710	     10:15a-12:20p	 Tu	Th		        Elchlepp	E	          SCC	E-204	 Full	Semester             questions	to	instructor.
                                                                                                  50594	      11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		             Cummins	S	           SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester
ENGLISH 231, SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE                                         3 UNITS
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.		                                                       ExERCISE SCIENCE 102, NUTRITION AND FITNESS                                             2 UNITS
   49911	      7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		       Beers-McCormick	L	 SCC	B-209	         Full	Semester      50600	    5:00p-7:05p	 Th		       Garcia	J	                      SCC	U-96	      Full	Semester
ENGLISH 233B, SHAKESPEARE’S TRAGEDIES AND HISTORY PLAYS                           3 UNITS     ExERCISE SCIENCE 106, CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION                              1.5 UNITS
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.                                                            Successful	completion	may	lead	to	American	heart	Association	Certificate	and/or	American	
   49913	      10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		 Evett	C	       SCC	E-206	               Full	Semester      Red	Cross	Certificate.	
                                                                                                 50601	     6:00p-9:10p	 W		             Cummins	S	          SCC	S-106	       10/19-12/07
ENGLISH 242, SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1865-PRESENT (FORMERLY SURVEY
OF AMERICAN LITERATURE 1860-PRESENT)                                 3 UNITS                  ExERCISE SCIENCE 109, SPORT IN US SOCIETY                                           3 UNITS
    Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.	                                                          50624	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Woodhead	i	            SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester
    49919	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		    Evett	C	     SCC	B-209	 Full	Semester                    50603	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu		            Woodhead	i	            SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                     Section	No.	50603,Exer	109	combines	weekly	on-campus	meetings	with	2	
ENGLISH 270, CHILDREN’S LITERATURE                                                3 UNITS            hours	online	instruction.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	internet	and	an	
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.	                                                               e-mail	account.		Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	day	of	class.
   49922	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		          Tragarz	R	          SCC	A-104	    Full	Semester
                                                                                              ExERCISE SCIENCE 111, SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY                                               3 UNITS
ENGLISH 271, SURVEY OF WORLD LITERATURE                                           3 UNITS        50627	     10:15a-11:40a	 Th		           Camarco	L	             SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.                                                                Section	No.	50627	Exer	111	combines	weekly	on-campus	meetings	with	
   49933	      1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		   Lennertz	W	               SCC	E-205	    Full	Semester          2	hours	of	online	instruction	per	week.	Students	must	have	access	to	the	
                                                                                                     internet	and	an	e-mail	account.		Specific	information	will	be	given	the	first	
                                                                                                     day	of	class.
        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (SEE AMERICAN COLLEGE ENGLISH)
                                                                                              ExERCISE SCIENCE 115, PERSONAL FITNESS EVALUATION                                  0.5 UNIT
                                                                                                 Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit
                                                                                                 50628	     TBA	           	             Camarco	L	          SCC	S-103	 Full	Semester

         enVironMenTaL sTUDies                                                                       Section	No.	50628	Exer	Science	115	orientation	SCC,	S-103	Tue.	Aug.	23,	at	
                                                                                                     4:30pm	and	5:30pm,	Wed.,	Aug.	24	at	9am	and	10am,	Mon.	Aug.	29	at	9am	
                                                                                                     and	10am	and	Thu.,	Sept.	1	at	4:30pm	and	5:30pm.	For	more	information	
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 259, ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY                  4 UNITS                            call	714-628-4992.
   (Same	as	Biology	259.)	
   48639	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		  Taylor	M	      SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester
	         	 10:30a-1:40p	 W		     Taylor	M	      SCC	SC-129                                          eXerCise sCienCe fiTness 11
                                                                                                     All	students	must	attend	an	ORIENTATION	in		
                       eTHniC sTUDies                                                                room	S-103 .
ETHNIC STUDIES 101, INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC STUDIES                                 3 UNITS           orienTaTions:
   48925	   7:15p-10:25p	 M		        Rodriguez	S	               SCC	D-222	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                        •   Tuesday,	August	23,	4:30	pm	and	5:30	pm
                                                                                                        •   Wednesday,	August	24,	9:00	am	and	10:00	am
                                                                                                        •   Monday,	August	29,	9:00	am	and	10:00	am
                                                                                                        •   Thursday,	September	1,	4:30	pm	and	5:30	pm
                                                                                                     Contact phone: 714-628-4992

     CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY                                                              ExERCISE SCIENCE 120, AEROBICS                                                 0.5 UNIT
                                                                                                 A	combination	of	Exercise	Science	120,	121	and	122	may	be	taken	a	maximum	of	four	
     Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	                                  times.
     students	enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	                                      50635	    9:00a-9:50a	 M	W		             Klabacha	L	        SCC	D-125	 Full	Semester
     be	discontinued .	Any	class	which	does	not	maintain	                                     ExERCISE SCIENCE 123, STRETCH, FLEx, AND TONE                                           0.5 UNIT
     satisfactory	attendance	may	be	discontinued .                                               50679	    8:00a-8:50a	 M	W		       Klabacha	L	                   SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                 50678	    5:00p-5:50p	 M	W		       Camarco	L	                    SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester




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                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 125, CARDIO BOxING                                           0.5 - 1 UNITS
                             50683	    10:05a-10:55a	 M	W		           Klabacha	L	         SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester
                             50681	    12:25p-1:15p	 M	W		            Garcia	J	           SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester
Santiago Canyon College


                             50682	    1:20p-2:10p	 Tu	Th		           Garcia	J	           SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester     FALL SEmESTEr
                             50684	    6:00p-6:50p	 M	W		             Klabacha	L	         SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 129, CO-ED CIRCUIT TRAINING                                     0.5 UNIT
                                                                                                                           FITNESS CENTEr
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit                                                                        ACTIVITy COurSES:
                             50685	     TBA	            	             hermen	L	            SCC	S-102	 Full	Semester
                                 Section	No.	50685	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	
                                 and	6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	
                                 semester.                                                                                 exercise science fitness
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 130, CIRCUIT TRAINING
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit
                                                                                                           0.5 UNIT        129/10/14/1/16
                             50687	     TBA	            	             Staff	               SCC	S-102	 Full	Semester
                                 Section	No.	50687	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	
                                 and	6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	                  enroLLMenT:
                                 semester.
                                                                                                                           Only	one	section	out	of	EXER	129,	130,	134,	135,	or	
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 134, CIRCUIT TRAINING FOR SENIORS                               0.5 UNIT
                             Physician’s	approval	recommended	for	participation.                                           136	can	be	taken	during	the	semester .	Simultaneous	
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit                                                                        enrollment	in	multiple	sections	is	not	permitted .	
                             50693	      TBA	           	             hermen	L	            SCC	S-102	 Full	Semester
                                 Section	No.	50693	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	                       Students	must	be	enrolled	in	one	of	these	sections	
                                 and	6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	
                                 semester.                                                                                 in	order	to	use	the	SCC	Fitness	Center	facility .
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 135, CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING                                   0.5 UNIT
                             50694	     TBA	            	             hermen	L	            SCC	S-102	 Full	Semester        aTTenDanCe:
                                 Section	No.	50694	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	
                                 and	6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	                  Students	are	required	to	participate	in	the	Fitness	
                                 semester.
                             50692	     TBA	            	             hermen	L	            SCC	S-102	     10/17-12/11
                                                                                                                           Center	for	a	minimum	of	2	hours	per	week .
                                 Section	No.	50692	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	and	
                                 6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	week	of	the	mini	semester.
                                                                                                                           orienTaTions:
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 136, CARDIORESPIRATORY CONDITIONING FOR SENIORS 0.5 UNIT
                             Physician’s	approval	recommended	for	participation.
                                                                                                                           • New	students	must	attend	one	orientation .
                             50695	      TBA	           	             hermen	L	            SCC	S-102	 Full	Semester
                                 Section	No.	50695	orientations	will	begin	promptly	at	10am	and	1pm	
                                                                                                                           • fall	 semester	 orientations	 will	 begin	          	
                                 and	6pm	during	regular	operational	hours	for	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	                    promptly	 at	 10:00 am,	 1:00 pm,	 and	 6:00 pm	
                                 semester.
                                                                                                                             during	 regular	 operational	 hours	 for	 the	 first	
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 139, STRENGTH TRAINING                                             1 UNIT
                             Open	laboratory.		                                                                              two	weeks	of	the	semester .
                             Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit
                             50699	    2:15p-3:40p	 M	W		      Camarco	L	                 SCC	S-102	     Full	Semester     • Mini-semester	begins	October	17 .	Orientations	
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 143, YOGA                                                          0.5 UNIT       will	begin	promptly	at	10:00 am,	1:00 pm,	and	
                             50702	    8:00a-8:50a	 Tu	Th		           Cavazzi	D	          SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester       6:00 pm	 during	 regular	 operational	 hours	 for	
                             50701	    9:00a-11:05a	 F		              Klabacha	L	         SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester
                             52431	    9:00a-9:50a	 Tu	Th		           Cavazzi	D	          SCC	D-125	     Full	Semester       the	first	week	of	the	semester .
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 240, CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-MEN                                   2 UNITS
                             50704	                              C
                                       4:45a-6:50a	 M	Tu	W	Th	Sa		 ummins	S	              SCC	SOCCER	 08/15-12/10                         fiTness CenTer HoUrs:
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 241, CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-WOMEN                                  1 UNIT                               Location:	S-102
                             50705	                              C
                                       4:45a-6:50a	 M	Tu	W	Th	Sa		 ummins	S	              SCC	SOCCER	 08/15-12/10
                          ExERCISE SCIENCE 269, GOLF TEAM-OFF SEASON                                         1 UNIT        fall semester
                             50706	      9:00a-12:05p	 F		            Shine	T	            SSGR	        Full	Semester       Mon–Thurs	7	am–2	pm	&	4–8	pm
                                 Section	No.	50706	will	meet	at	Super	Sports	Golf	Range	at	2190	Canal	
                                 Street,	Orange	Phone	No.	714-282-8880.                                                    Friday	7	am–11	am
                                                                                                                           Saturday	7	am–11	am
                                                                                                                           Contact phone: 714-628-481

                              Can’t find the class you need?
                              it may be waiting for you at santa ana College!
                                                View	SAC’s	class	schedule	at	                                             Complete course descriptions and
                                                  www.sac.edu/schedule                                                    registration information can be
                              SAC’s	class	schedule	is	included	in	this	booklet .                                          found on the college website:
                              Hurry! Class sizes are limited.                                                             www.sccollege.edu



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ExERCISE SCIENCE 270, SOCCER TEAM-MEN                                          2 UNITS                                       GUIDANCE (SEE COUNSELING)
   50707	    8:00a-10:05a	 M	Tu	W	Th	F		 Fraser	W	              SCC	SOCCER	 08/15-12/09
                                                                                                                     HEALTH EDUCATION (SEE ExERCISE SCIENCE)




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Santiago Canyon College
ExERCISE SCIENCE 271, SOCCER TEAM-WOMEN                                        2 UNITS
   50708	    1:45p-3:50p	 M	Tu	W	Th	F		 Woodhead	i	             SCC	SOCCER	 08/15-12/09
ExERCISE SCIENCE 275, THEORY OF SOCCER
   50711	    7:00a-7:50a	 M	W		      Fraser	W	                  SCC	S-103	
                                                                                   2 UNITS
                                                                              Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                 HisTorY
   50713	    12:50p-1:40p	 Tu	Th		   Woodhead	i	                SCC	S-103	    Full	Semester   HISTORY 101, WORLD CIVILIzATIONS TO THE 16TH CENTURY                                     3 UNITS
                                                                                                  49448	     7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		           Reed	S	               SCC	E-306	 Full	Semester
ExERCISE SCIENCE 289, SOFTBALL TEAM OFF SEASON-WOMEN                               1 UNIT         49451	     8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            howell	S	             SCC	B-214	 Full	Semester
   50714	    1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		    Camarco	L	    SCC	SOFTBALL	                      Full	       49445	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Reed	S	               SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester
   Semester                                                                                      	49453	     TBA	              		           Rabii	N	              SCC	WEB	        Full	Semester
                                                                                                      Section#	49453	Mandatory	orientation	meeting	scheduled	for	Wednesday,	
                                                                                                      August	24,	2011,	from	2-4pm	OR	4-6pm,	room	E-203.		Go	to	www.sccollege.
                                  frenCH                                                              edu/distancelearning.	Email	instructor	with	questions	at	rabii_narges@
                                                                                                      sccollege.edu.	Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	result	in	a	drop.

               FRENCH LANGUAGE CLASSES REqUIRE 1 HR/WK LAB TIME                               HISTORY 102, WORLD CIVILIzATIONS SINCE THE 16TH CENTURY                                3 UNITS
                                                                                                  49454	      7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		           Reed	S	              SCC	D-222	 Full	Semester
FRENCH 101, ELEMENTARY FRENCH 1                                                   5 UNITS         49458	      11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		          Day	C	               SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                 	49459	      TBA	           		            Rabii	N	             SCC	WEB	        Full	Semester
   French	101	is	equivalent	to	two	years	of	high	school	French.	
                                                                                                      Section	#49459	Mandatory	orientation	meeting	is	scheduled	for	Wednesday,	
   49987	     10:15a-12:45p	 M	W		           Nabulsi	A	          SCC	U-88	    Full	Semester           August	24,	2011,	from	2-4pm		OR		4-6pm,	Room	E-203.	Go	to	www.
   49985	     7:30p-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Lewshenia	B	        SCC	E-306	   Full	Semester           sccollege.edu/distancelearning.	Email	instructor	with	questions	at	
                                                                                                      rabii_narges@sccollege.edu.	Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	
                                                                                                      result	in	a	drop.
                             geMoLogY                                                         HISTORY 102H, HONORS WORLD CIVILIzATIONS SINCE THE 16TH CENTURY      3 UNITS
                                                                                                  49777	  11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		     howell	S	        SCC	E-205	 Full	Semester
GEMOLOGY 011, INTRODUCTORY COLORED STONES                                          4 UNITS
   48244	  7:15p-10:20p	 M	W		   vallot	L	                      SCC	U-103	    Full	Semester   HISTORY 120, THE UNITED STATES TO 1865                                                 3 UNITS
                                                                                                 	49468	      TBA	             	            howell	S	              SCC	WEB	     Full	Semester
GEMOLOGY 015, COLORED STONES AND DIAMOND LAB                                        1 UNIT
                                                                                                      Section#	49468	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		
  	48245	  7:00p-10:10p	 F		      vallot	L	                     SCC	U-103	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                      Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	
GEMOLOGY 020, DIAMONDS                                                             4 UNITS            syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
   48246	  7:15p-10:20p	 Tu	Th		            vantwist	K	         SCC	U-103	    Full	Semester       49461	      7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		            howell	S	              SCC	D-217	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                  49464	      7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		          howell	S	              SCC	D-220	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                  49462	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		           Reed	S	                SCC	E-306	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                  49467	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		          howell	S	              SCC	E-203	 Full	Semester
                            geograpHY                                                            	49469	      TBA	             		           Rabii	N	               SCC	WEB	
                                                                                                      Section#	49469	Mandatory	orientation	meeting	is	scheduled	for	Wednesday,	
                                                                                                                                                                                Full	Semester

GEOGRAPHY 100, WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY                                            3 UNITS            August	24,	2011,	from	2-4pm		OR		4-6pm,	Room	E-203.	Go	to	www.
   49993	  8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		 Ogbuchiekwe	E	                 SCC	D-222	    Full	Semester           sccollege.edu/distancelearning.	Email	instructor	with	questions	at	
   49992	  10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		  hannes	S	                      SCC	D-222	    Full	Semester           rabii_narges@sccollege.edu.	Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	
   49994	  7:15p-10:25p	 W		     hannes	S	                      SCC	D-222	    Full	Semester           result	in	a	drop.
                                                                                                 	49794	      TBA	             		           Rabii	N	               SCC	WEB	      10/17-12/11
GEOGRAPHY 101, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY                                                  3 UNITS            Section#	49794		Mandatory	orientation	meeting	schedule	for	Monday,	
   49995	  7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		   Ogbuchiekwe	E	                SCC	D-222	    Full	Semester           October	17,	2011,	from	6-7pm,	in	room	E-203.	Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/
                                                                                                      distancelearning.		Email	instructor	with	questions	at	rabii_narges@sccollege.
                                                                                                      edu.		Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	result	in	a	drop.
                               geoLogY                                                            49466	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		             Gunther	v	             SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                              HISTORY 121, THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1865                                                3 UNITS
GEOLOGY 101, INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY                                              3 UNITS         49471	      8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          howell	S	            SCC	B-214	 Full	Semester
   O
   	 ptional	field	trip	offered.	                                                                 49470	      1:30p-2:55p	 M	W		             Gunther	v	           SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
   Concurrent	enrollment	in	Geology	101L	is	recommended.	                                        	49547	      TBA	             		            Rabii	N	             SCC	WEB	        Full	Semester
   48788	       8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		        Brooks	D	            SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester             Section#	49547		Mandatory	orientation	meeting	is	scheduled	for	
   48789	       10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		     Brooks	D	            SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester             Wednesday,	August	24,	2011,	from	2-4pm		OR		4-6pm	in	Room	E-203.	Go	
   48790	       5:30p-6:55p	 M	W		         hovanitz	E	          SCC	SC-103	 Full	Semester             to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.	Email	instructor	with	questions	at	
                                                                                                      rabii_narges@sccollege.edu.	Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	
GEOLOGY 101L, INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY LABORATORY                   1 UNIT                             result	in	a	drop.
   48791	  8:35a-11:45a	 F		       Brooks	D	     SCC	SC-206	 Full	Semester                       	49702	      TBA	             		            hinkle	C	            SCC	WEB	         09/06-12/04
   48793	  1:35p-4:45p	 Tu		       Brooks	D	     SCC	SC-206	 Full	Semester                            Section#	49702		Mandatory	orientation	meeting	schedule	for	Thursday,	
   48794	  7:15p-10:25p	 W		       hovanitz	E	   SCC	SC-206	 Full	Semester                            September	8,	2011,	form	6-7pm	in	room	E-206.		Go	to	www.sccollege.
GEOLOGY 201, INTRODUCTION TO HISTORICAL GEOLOGY                                   4 UNITS             edu/distancelearning.		Email	instructor	with	questions	at	hinkle_christina@
                                                                                                      sccollege.edu.		Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	result	in	a	drop.
   T
   	 wo	optional	one-day	field	trips.	
                                                                                                  49472	      7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Booth	B	             SCC	D-207	 Full	Semester
   48796	     11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		    hovanitz	E	              SCC	SC-206	 Full	Semester
	         	 1:35p-4:45p	 Th		          hovanitz	E	              SCC	SC-206                    HISTORY 127, WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY                                                      3 UNITS
                                                                                                  49779	   11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		             Riggins	C	           SCC	D-222	     Full	Semester



                                                                                                                      firsT CLass MeeTing
                    Santiago Canyon College
                      announces hot spots!                                                                   Make sure you attend the first class meeting!
                                                                                                 Attendance	 at	 the	 first	 meeting	 of	 a	 class	 is	 advised	 because	 of	
        For	information	on	the	new	wireless	network,	
                                                                                                 enrollment	 demands.	 	Any	 student	 not	 reporting	 to	 the	 first	 class	
              go	to	www.sccollege.edu/wireless
                                                                                                 meeting	may	be	dropped	from	the	roll	sheet.



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                          HISTORY 133, HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
                             	49780	      TBA	           		            Rabii	N	             SCC	WEB	
                                  Section#	133		Mandatory	orientation	meeting	is	scheduled	for	Wednesday,	
                                                                                                                 3 UNITS
                                                                                                            Full	Semester          inTerDisCipLinarY sTUDies
Santiago Canyon College


                                  August	24,	2011,	from	2-4pm		OR		4-6pm,	Room	E-203.	Go	to	www.                            INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 155, HUMAN SExUALITY                                           3 UNITS
                                  sccollege.edu/distancelearning.	Email	instructor	with	questions	at	                           48935	   8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		    Summers	G	                         SCC	D-101	   Full	Semester
                                  rabii_narges@sccollege.edu.	Failure	to	attend	scheduled	orientation	will	                     48929	   7:15p-10:25p	 M		      Gil-Trejo	L	                       SCC	D-216	   Full	Semester
                                  result	in	a	drop.

                          HISTORY 152, LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY
                              49792	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		 Reed	S	                        SCC	D-215	
                                                                                                                3 UNITS
                                                                                                           Full	Semester                                         iTaLian
                                                                                                                                                ITALIAN 101 CLASSES REqUIRE 1 HR/WK LAB TIME
                                       HUMan DeVeLopMenT                                                                    ITALIAN 101, ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I                                                       5 UNITS
                          HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 107, CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (DS1)                         3 UNITS             italian	101	is	equivalent	to	two	years	of	high	school	italian.	
                            	49596	     TBA	            	            Lamourelle	R	        SCC	WEB	      09/12-12/02             49989	      7:15p-9:45p	 M	W		             Barb	Mingo	A	           SCC	B-212	   Full	Semester
                                 Section	#49596.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com	the	first	day	of	class	to	
                                 download	syllabus,	announcements	and	assignments.	Email	instructor	with	
                                 questions	at	drlamourelle@cox.net.	Requires	4	hours	per	week	online.
                            	49606	     TBA	            	            Lamourelle	R	        SCC	WEB	
                                 Section	#49606.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com	the	first	day	of	class	to	
                                                                                                        10/20-12/08
                                                                                                                                 LiBrarY researCH
                                 download	syllabus,	announcements	and	assignments.	Email	instructor	with	
                                 questions	at	drlamourelle@cox.net.	Requires	6	hours	per	week	online.                            find better sources—
                             49590	
                             49600	
                                        9:15a-10:40a	 M	W		
                                        11:15a-12:40p	 Tu	Th		
                                                                     Goldenberg	S	
                                                                     Goldenberg	S	
                                                                                          SCC	U-99	
                                                                                          SCC	U-99	
                                                                                                       Full	Semester
                                                                                                       Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                 write better papers!
                             49602	     7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		           Lamourelle	R	        SCC	U-99	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                          	
                                                                                                                                 Become	 an	 efficient	 user	 of	 information	 resources .	
                          HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 110, CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY (DS2)                          3 UNITS              Sign	up	for	1	unit	courses:
                            	49603	     TBA	            	            Lamourelle	R	        SCC	WEB	      09/14-12/04
                                 Section	#49603.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com	the	first	day	of	class	to	                           LIB	100,	Library	Research	Fundamentals
                                 download	syllabus,	announcements	and	assignments.	Email	instructor	with	
                                 questions	at	drlamourelle@cox.net.	Requires	4	hours	per	week	online.                            LIB	103,	Advanced	Internet	Research
                             49607	     9:15a-12:25p	 F		            Ysais	M	             SCC	U-99	    Full	Semester
                          HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 111A, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF TEACHING YOUNG
                          CHILDREN
                              Students	must	show	proof	of	negative	TB	test	results.	
                                                                                                    3 UNITS
                                                                                                                                               LiBrarY &
                              Prerequisite:	human	Development	108A.	
                              49605	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		           Staff	         SCC	U-99	 Full	Semester                              inforMaTion sTUDies
                          HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 116B, PROGRAMMING FOR                                                           LIBRARY & INFORMATION STUDIES 100, LIBRARY RESEARCH FUNDAMENTALS 1 UNIT
                          INFANTS AND TODDLERS (DS4)                                                            3 UNITS        	51999	      1:30p-3:30p	 	M	             varela	A	            SCC	L-219	        08/22-10/16
                              Students	must	show	proof	of	negative	TB	test	results.                                                 Section#	51999	Lib	100	hybrid;	class	will	meet	5	times	on-site	from	1:30-
                                                                                                                                    3:30pm	on	Mondays,	Aug	22,	29,	Sept	12,	26,	and	Oct	10,	in	L-219.		See	
                              Prerequisite:	human	Development	107.                                                                  Online	Courses	page	in	class	schedule	or	go	to	www.sccollege.edu/
                              49593	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		           Staff	                 SCC	U-99	     Full	Semester            distancelearning.		Students	must	email	the	instructor	before	the	first	day	of	
                                                                                                                                    class:	varela_anita@sccollege.edu

                                                                                                                            LIBRARY & INFORMATION STUDIES 103, ADVANCED INTERNET RESEARCH                         1 UNIT
                                                                                                                               	50935	      TBA	              	            varela	A	          SCC	WEB	        10/17-12/11
                                                                                                                                    Section#	50935		See	Online	Courses	page	in	class	schedule	or	go	to	www.
                                                                                                                                    sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		Students	must	email	the	instructor	before	
                                 TireD of BooKsTore Lines?                                                                          the	first	day	of	class:	varela_anita@sccollege.edu.

                                 get out of line and go onLine!
                                 Buy textbooks online at:                                                                                             ManageMenT
                                                                                                                            MANAGEMENT 120, PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                                             3 UNITS
                                 www.sccollege.edu/bookstore                                                                   (Same	as	Business	120.)	
                                                                                                                              	50037	     TBA	            	           Deeley	S	             SCC	WEB	          09/12-12/11
                                                                                                                                   Section	#50037.	Students	must	email	instructor	before	class	start	date	at	
                                                                                                                                   deeley_steven@sccollege.edu.	There	are	no	on-campus	meetings.	Requires	
                                                                                                                                   3.5	hours/week	online.
                                                                                                                               50030	     8:30a-9:55a	 Tu	Th		        Deeley	S	             SCC	D-221	 Full	Semester
                               CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange                                                             MANAGEMENT 122, BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                                            3 UNITS
                                                                                                                              Suggested	preparation:	English	061	or	English	for	Multi-lingual	Students	112	or	American	
                                The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	                                          College	English	116.
                                has	 made	 every	 reasonable	 effort	 to	 determine	                                          50086	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		         Deeley	S	              SCC	B-104	 Full	Semester
                                that	 everything	 stated	 in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	                                      50091	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		       Deeley	S	              SCC	B-104	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                              50089	     7:15p-10:25p	 M		             Martin	P	             SCC	B-104	 Full	Semester
                                accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	 offered,	 together	
                                                                                                                            MANAGEMENT 135, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT                                           3 UNITS
                                with	 other	 matters	 contained	 herein,	 are	 subject	                                       	50093	     TBA	            	               Didion	J	          SCC	WEB	        09/12-11/06
                                to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	                                          Section	#50093.	Students	must	email	instructor	no	later	than	9/9/11,	the	
                                the	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	for	                                                Friday	before	the	beginning	of	class,	at	didion_john@rsccd.edu.	Requires	6	
                                                                                                                                   hours	online	per	week.
                                reasons	 related	 to	 student	 enrollment,	 level	 of	
                                financial	 support,	 or	 for	 any	 other	 reason,	 at	 the	
                                discretion	of	the	District .



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                             MarKeTing                                                                             Mathematics Course icons




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Santiago Canyon College
MARKETING 112, PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING                                          3 UNITS
  	50097	     TBA	             	            Armbruster	L	        SCC	WEB	      08/22-10/16
       Section	#50097.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	the	first	
                                                                                                    IBA      (Internet	Based	Assignments)	Students	will	be	required	
                                                                                                             to	 use	 an	 internet	 software	 package .	 Homework	
       day	of	class	or	be	dropped.	Requires	6	hours	online	per	week.                              and/or	quizzes	will	be	submitted	via	the	internet .	(Some	online	
                                                                                                  software	is	not	MAC	compatible .	The	student	should	check	with	
MARKETING 113, PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING                                            3 UNITS
  	50101	     TBA	             	            Armbruster	L	        SCC	WEB	      08/22-10/16        the	instructor	before	enrolling	in	the	class .)
       Section	#50101.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	the	first	
       day	of	class	or	be	dropped.	Requires	6	hours	online	per	week.                            MATHEMATICS 070, GEOMETRY                                                         3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	060	or	061	or	placement	into	Mathematics	070	on	the	
MARKETING 115, CONSUMER BEHAVIOR                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Mathematics	Level	2	placement	exam	and	a	course	equivalent	to	Mathematics	060	or	061.
  	50102	     TBA	             	            Armbruster	L	        SCC	WEB	      10/17-12/11
       Section	#50102.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	the	first	                   48566	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		           Nguyen	O	          SCC	SC-110	 Full	Semester
       day	of	class	or	be	dropped.	Requires	6	hours	online	per	week.                            MATHEMATICS 080, INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                                               4 UNITS
MARKETING 135, WEB MARKETING AND PROMOTION                                        3 UNITS          Prerequisite:	Take	Math	060	or	Math	061
  	50103	     TBA	             	            Armbruster	L	        SCC	WEB	      10/17-12/11        	48589	      TBA	             		            Diaz	D	             SCC	WEB	     Full	Semester
       Section	#50103.	Students	must	log	onto	rsccd.blackboard.com	by	the	first	                       Section#	48589	is	an	online	class.	This	class	has	mandatory	meeting	dates	on	
       day	of	class	or	be	dropped.	Requires	6	hours	online	per	week.                                   Wednesdys(8/24,	10/19,	12/7).7:30-10:00	in	SCC	U-93.	Students	must	email	
                                                                                                       the	instructor	before	class	start	date	at	diaz_darlene@sccollege.edu.


                         MaTHeMaTiCs                                                                aTTenTion MaTH 081 sTUDenTs!
                                                                                                    All	Math	081	classes	have	a	lab	component	requiring	16	
    The	content	of	Math	N05	and	Math	N06	is	the	same,	but	the	methods	of	instruction	               hours	(1hr/week)	in	the	Math	Study	Hall .
    differ.	Math	N05	is	self-paced	and	students	may	take	more	than	one	semester	to	earn	
    the	full	3	units.	Math	N06	students	experience	a	more	structured	environment	and	must	
    complete	the	course	in	one	semester.	Former	Math	N05	students,	who	have	earned	1	or	
    more	units	should	enroll	in	Math	N05	to	complete	their	study	of	Basic	Math.                 MATHEMATICS 081, INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA WITH LAB                                        4 UNITS
                                                                                                     Laboratory	assignments	to	be	completed	in	the	Math	Study	hall.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite:	Mathematics	060	or	061	with	a	grade	of	C	or	better;	or	placement	into	
MATHEMATICS 030, COPING WITH MATH ANxIETY                                            1 UNIT          Math	080	or	081	on	the	Mathematics	level	2	placement	exam	and	a	course	equivalent	to	
iBa 	48577	 10:30a-12:35p	 Tu		    Moore	K	                       SCC	SC-110	    09/13-11/01
                                                                                                     Mathematics	060	or	061.
                                                                                                iBa 	48479	      7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		         Nance	C	              SCC	U-97	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                     48480	      7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		       Campbell	M	           SCC	U-96	     Full	Semester
    aTTenTion MaTH 060 sTUDenTs!                                                                     48478	
                                                                                                     48477	
                                                                                                                 7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		
                                                                                                                 7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                             Sakamoto	S	
                                                                                                                                             Yorba	J	
                                                                                                                                                                   SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                   SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
    All	Math	060	classes	are	linked	with	Math	060L	( .2	units)—                                      48486	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	Tu	W	Th		 Jones	v	                SCC	U-87	        8/22-10/13
    a	lab	component	requiring	9	hours	in	the	Math	Study	Hall .                                  iBa 	48485	      10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		       Frost	A	              SCC	U-96	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                     48484	      10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		       Wagner	J	             SCC	U-98	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                     48482	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		         Pryor	K	              SCC	U-104	 Full	Semester
MATHEMATICS 060, ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA                                             4 UNITS              48483	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		         Scott	R	              SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	N48	or	placement	into	Mathematics	060	on	the	Mathematics	               48489	      1:30p-4:00p	 M	W		          Wirth	D	              SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester
   Level	1	or	2	placement	exam	and	a	course	equivalent	to	Mathematics	N48.                           48488	      1:30p-4:00p	 Tu	Th		        Francis	J	            SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester
   48532	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		         Smith	J	            SCC	A-106	 Full	Semester              48487	      1:30p-4:00p	 M	W		          Kuznetsov	K	          SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                iBa 	48590	      1:30p-4:00p	 Tu	Th		        Moore	K	              SCC	U-97	     Full	Semester
   48549	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		       Smith	J	            SCC	A-106	 Full	Semester
   48550	      8:00a-10:05a	 M	W		         Williams	A	         SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester              48491	      4:30p-7:00p	 Tu	Th		        Rinaldi	M	            SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester
   48551	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		       Pryor	K	            SCC	U-98	   Full	Semester             48490	      4:30p-7:00p	 M	W		          Moore	K	              SCC	U-97	     Full	Semester
   48552	      10:30a-11:30a	 M	Tu	W	Th		 hauscarriague	A	 SCC	U-97	       Full	Semester             48492	      7:30p-10:00p	 Tu	Th		       Chen	G	               SCC	U-97	     Full	Semester
   48555	      10:30a-12:35p	 Tu	Th		      Pryor	K	            SCC	U-86	   Full	Semester             48493	      7:30p-10:00p	 M	W		         Nguyen	D	             SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester
   48554	      10:30a-12:35p	 M	W		        Copeland	M	         SCC	U-86	   Full	Semester
   48553	      12:00p-1:00p	 M	Tu	W	Th		 hauscarriague	A	 SCC	U-97	        Full	Semester
   48557	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		          Kocaman	F	          SCC	U-98	   Full	Semester
   48558	      1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		        Nicol	D	            SCC	U-87	   Full	Semester
   48556	      1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		        Pryor	K	            SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
   48561	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		          Yorba	J	            SCC	U-86	   Full	Semester
   48562	      5:00p-7:05p	 M	W		          Wirth	D	            SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester
   48563	      5:00p-7:05p	 Tu	Th		        Nguyen	Dai	         SCC	A-105	 Full	Semester             enroLL in THe MaTH sTUDY HaLL
   48564	      7:30p-7:35p	 Tu	Th		        Christenson	P	      SCC	A-107	 Full	Semester
   48565	      7:30p-9:35p	 M	W		          Kendall	S	          SCC	U-104	 Full	Semester             Math 08L – Math review
MATHEMATICS 060L, BEGINNING ALGEBRA MATH LAB                                         0.2 UNIT       Located in U-80
   48687	  TBA	         	         Kendall	S	                      SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48548	  TBA	         	         Christenson	P	                  SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       We	can	help	you	tackle	the	most	common	Math	problems	
   48534	  TBA	         	         Smith	J	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48535	  TBA	         	         Williams	A	                     SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                    students	face	in	all	classes	from	Arithmetic	to	Calculus:
   48536	  TBA	         	         Pryor	K	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Fractions
   48537	  TBA	         	         hauscarriague	A	                SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48538	  TBA	         	         hauscarriague	A	                SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Reading/Word	Problems
   48539	  TBA	         	         Copeland	M	                     SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48540	  TBA	         	         Pryor	K	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Graphing
   48541	  TBA	         	         Pryor	K	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48542	  TBA	         	         Kocaman	F	                      SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Signed	Numbers
   48543	  TBA	         	         Nicol	D	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48544	  TBA	         	         Yorba	J	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Testing	Skills
   48545	  TBA	         	         Wirth	D	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • Math	Study	Skills
   48547	  TBA	         	         Nguyen	Dai	                     SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester
   48533	  TBA	         	         Smith	J	                        SCC	U-80	     Full	Semester       • And	much,	much	more	–	like	one	on	one	help




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                          MatheMatics 105, MatheMatics for LiberaL arts students                              3 units                   MatheMatics 150, caLcuLus for bioLogicaL, ManageMent and
                             Prerequisite: Mathematics 080 or 081 or equivalent skills as measured by the Math Level 3                  sociaL sciences                                                                  4 units
                             Exam and a course equivalent to Mathematics 080 or 081.                                                       Prerequisite: Mathematics 140 or placement into Mathematics 150 on the Mathematics
Santiago Canyon College


                             48495       8:00a-10:05a Tu Th              Francis J            SCC A-107  Full Semester                     Level 3 placement exam and a course equivalent to Mathematics 140.
                             48497       10:30a-12:35p M W               Francis J            SCC U-98   Full Semester                     48511       7:30a-10:00a M W            Wagner J           SCC U-104 Full Semester
                             48496       10:30a-12:35p Tu Th             Yorba J              SCC A-106  Full Semester                     48512       1:30p-4:00p    Tu Th        Smith J            SCC U-104 Full Semester
                             48498       1:30p-3:35p      MW             Campbell M           SCC A-106  Full Semester                     48513       4:30p-5:00p    MW           Smith J            SCC U-96      Full Semester
                             48500       5:00p-7:05p      MW             Enright E            SCC A-106  Full Semester
                             48502       TBA                             Frost A              SCC WEB    Full Semester                  MatheMatics 160, trigonoMetry                                                    4 units
                                 Section# 48502 is an online class. This class has mandatory meeting dates on                              Prerequisite: Both Mathematics 070 and 080 or 081 or placement in Mathematics 160
                                 Wed.8/24,10/12 and 12/7, 7:30-10:00 in SCC U-78. Students must email the                                  with the Mathematics Level 3 exam and courses equivalent to Mathematics 070 and 080
                                 instructor before class start date at frost_alicia@sccollege.edu.                                         or 081.
                                                                                                                                           48514       8:00a-10:05a Tu Th          McCance I           SCC U-104 Full Semester
                          MatheMatics 140, coLLege aLgebra                                                     4 units                     48515       1:30p-3:35p   Tu Th         Hauscarriague A     SCC U-86     Full Semester
                              Prerequisite: Mathematics 080 or 081 or equivalent skills as measured by the Math Level 3                    48516       7:30p-9:30p   MW            Logan K             SCC A-105    Full Semester
                              Exam and a course equivalent to Mathematics 080 or 081.
                          IBA 48503       8:00a-10:05a Tu Th              Diaz D               SCC U-97   Full Semester                 MatheMatics 170, Pre-caLcuLus MatheMatics                                            4 units
                          IBA 48505       10:30a-12:35p Tu Th             Khakbazan M          SCC A-107  Full Semester                     Preparation for Mathematics 180.
                          IBA 48494       10:30a-12:30p M Tu W Th Jones V                      SCC U-87    10/17-12/08                      Prerequisite: Mathematics 160 or equivalent skills as measured by the Math Level 4 Exam
                          IBA 48504       10:30a-12:35p M W               Frost A              SCC A-107  Full Semester                     and a course equivalent to Mathematics 160.
                          IBA 48506       1:30p-3:35p      Tu Th          Wagner J             SCC A-106  Full Semester                     48517       7:30a-10:00a M W             Francis J            SCC U-98      Full Semester
                          IBA 48509       5:00p-5:05p      Tu Th          Finnerty M           SCC A-106  Full Semester                 IBA 48518       1:30p-4:00p    MW            Moore K              SCC U-97      Full Semester
                          IBA 48510       7:30p-9:35p      MW             Tran H               SCC U-97   Full Semester                     48519       4:30p-7:00p    Tu Th         Chen G               SCC U-97      Full Semester
                          IBA 48501       TBA                             Frost A              SCC WEB    Full Semester
                                  Section# 48501 is an online class. This class has mandatory meeting dates on                          MatheMatics 180, anaLytic geoMetry and caLcuLus                                      4 units
                                  Mon.8/22,10/10 and 12/5, 7:30-10:00 in SCC U-78. Students must email the                                 Prerequisite: Mathematics 170 (Precalculus) or equivalent skills as measured by the Math
                                  instructor before class start date at frost_alicia@sccollege.edu.                                        Level 4 Exam and a course equivalent to Mathematics 170.
                                                                                                                                           48520       10:30a-1:00p Tu Th           Francis J              SCC U-104 Full Semester
                                                                                                                                           48521       1:30p-4:00p    MW            Frost A                SCC U-96     Full Semester
                                                                                                                                           48522       4:30p-5:00p    MW            Diaz D                 SCC A-107    Full Semester




                                                                                    MAtheMAtICS CourSe SequenCeS
                                                                                                               Mathematics Course Sequences
                                                                                                                  Math N05                           Math N06
                                                                                                                  Basic Math                       Essential Math



                                                                                                                                  Math N48
                                                                                                                          Pre-Algebra/Algebra Basics




                                                                                                                   Math 060                       Math 061
                                                                                                               Elementary Algebra             Elementary Algebra




                                                                               Math 070                                     Math 080 or Math 081                                       Math 070
                                                                               Geometry                                      Intermediate Algebra                                      Geometry

                                                                                                                       This course meets the minimum
                                                                                                                           Requirements for an AA




                                                                                                                 Business/Social Sciences                                        Liberal Arts
                                                   Math/Science/Engineering

                                                              Math 160*
                                                             Trigonometry
                                                                                                Math 140                      Math 105                       Math 219 or 219H                     Math 105
                                                                                             College Algebra      OR      Liberal Arts Math     OR        Statistics and Probability          Liberal Arts Math


                                                              Math 170
                                                             Pre-calculus
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Math 203
                                                                                                 Math 150                                                                                 For Elementary Teachers
                                                                                             Business Calculus

                                                              Calculus
                                                              Sequence
                                                              Math 180
                                                              Math 185           Note: Where a student places in the sequence will depend upon previous background and test scores. Check prerequisites for all courses.
                                                              Math 280           Note: Students planning to transfer to a four-year school should work carefully with a counselor and the catalog of the school of transfer.
                                                                                     * Geometry prerequisite.




                                                  Calculus                   Calculus
                                                  Sequence                   Sequence
                                                  Math 287                  Math 290/295
                                                                 OR




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MATHEMATICS 180H, HONORS ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS                            4 UNITS    MUSIC 102, WORLD MUSIC                                                                3 UNITS
	 Prerequisite:	A	high	school	or	college	GPA	of	3.0	or	above	and	Mathematics	170	                Concert	attendance	and	assigned	listening	required.	
   (Precalculus)	or	equivalent	skills	as	measured	by	Mathematics	Level	4	Exam	and	a	course	




                                                                                                                                                                                                Santiago Canyon College
                                                                                                 50630	     7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		            Staff	                 SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
   equivalent	to	Mathematics	170.		
   48588	     7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		             Scott	R	           SCC	SC-110	 Full	Semester    MUSIC 103, JAzz IN AMERICA                                                            3 UNITS
                                                                                                 50629	    7:15p-10:25p	 Th		               harrelson	J	         SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
MATHEMATICS 185, ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS                                    4 UNITS
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	180	or	180h.		                                                   MUSIC 104, ROCK MUSIC HISTORY AND APPRECIATION                                        3 UNITS
                                                                                                 50625	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		      Cadman	S	                      SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
   48523	      7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        Yorba	J	            SCC	U-86	     Full	Semester
   48524	      7:30p-10:00p	 M	W		          Ninh	J	             SCC	A-106	    Full	Semester   MUSIC 161, CLASS PIANO I                                                               1 UNIT
                                                                                                 Practice	outside	of	class	required.	Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	Required	for	music	
MATHEMATICS 219, STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY                                       4 UNITS
                                                                                                 majors	whose	principal	instrument	is	not	piano.	
   (Same	as	Social	Science	219.)	
                                                                                                 50561	     10:15a-11:20a	 M		               Marestaing	G	        SCC	U-94	    Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081	or	placement	into	Mathematics	219	on	the	             	          	 10:15a-11:20a	 W		                Marestaing	G	        SCC	U-94
   Mathematics	Level	3	placement	exam	AND	a	course	equivalent	to	Mathematics	080.                50633	     7:15p-8:15p	 M		                 Marestaing	G	        SCC	U-94	    Full	Semester
   48709	      7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        Nance	C	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester       	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 M		                  Marestaing	G	        SCC	U-94
   48710	      7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		          Sakamoto	S	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester
   48711	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		          Yorba	J	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester       MUSIC 162, CLASS PIANO II                                                             1 UNIT
   48712	      10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		        Nance	C	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester          Daily	practice	required.	Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	Required	for	music	majors	
   48713	      1:30p-4:00p	 M	W		           Sakamoto	S	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester          whose	principal	instrument	is	not	piano.	
   48714	      1:30p-4:00p	 Tu	Th		         Williams	A	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester          Prerequisite:	Music	061	or	161.
   48715	      4:30p-7:00p	 M	W		           Ninh	J	            SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                 50676	      7:15p-8:15p	 W		               Marr	J	             SCC	U-94	     Full	Semester
MATHEMATICS 280, INTERMEDIATE CALCULUS                                             4 UNITS    	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 W		                 Marr	J	             SCC	U-94
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	185.		                                                           MUSIC 163, CLASS PIANO III                                                             1 UNIT
   48525	      5:00p-7:05p	 Tu	Th		 Scott	R	                    SCC	U-104	    Full	Semester      Daily	practice	required.	Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	
MATHEMATICS 287, INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA AND                                              Prerequisite:	Music	162.
DIFFERENTIAL EqUATIONS                                                             5 UNITS       50686	      7:15p-8:15p	 W		               Marr	J	             SCC	U-94	      Full	Semester
    Prerequisite:	Mathematics	280.                                                            	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 W		                 Marr	J	             SCC	U-94
    48526	      7:30p-10:00p	 Tu	Th		 Scott	R	     SCC	U-104	                 Full	Semester
                                                                                              MUSIC 164A, INTERMEDIATE PIANO REPERTOIRE I                                            1 UNIT
MATHEMATICS N05, BASIC MATHEMATICS                                            0.5 - 3 UNITS      Daily	practice	required.	Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	
   Not	applicable	to	associate	degree.	                                                          Prerequisite:	Music	163.
   Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit                                                                        50688	      7:15p-8:15p	 W		               Marr	J	             SCC	U-94	      Full	Semester
   48576	     2:00p-4:05p	 Tu	Th		      Khakbazan	M	            SCC	U-78	     Full	Semester   	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 W		                 Marr	J	             SCC	U-94

MATHEMATICS N06, ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS                                             3 UNITS    MUSIC 164B, INTERMEDIATE PIANO REPERTOIRE II                                           1 UNIT
   Not	applicable	to	associate	degree.	                                                          Daily	practice	required.	Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	
   48571	     9:00a-10:05a	 M	Tu	W	Th		 Takeuchi	K	             SCC	SC-111	   Full	Semester      Prerequisite:	Music	164A.	
   48572	     12:00p-1:05p	 M	Tu	W	Th		 Thompson	D	             SCC	SC-111	   Full	Semester      50719	      7:15p-8:15p	 W		               Marr	J	             SCC	U-94	      Full	Semester
   48573	     1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		        Enright	E	              SCC	SC-111	   Full	Semester   	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 W		                 Marr	J	             SCC	U-94
   48574	     7:30p-9:35p	 Tu	Th		      Finnerty	M	             SCC	SC-111	   Full	Semester
                                                                                              MUSIC 185, BEGINNING CLASSICAL GUITAR                                                  1 UNIT
MATHEMATICS N48, PRE-ALGEBRA/ALGEBRA BASICS                                     4 UNITS          Student	must	furnish	nylon	string	guitar.	
   Not	applicable	to	associate	degree.	                                                          50721	    6:00p-7:00p	 Th		                Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121	    Full	Semester
   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	N05	or	Mathematics	N06;	or	placement	into	Mathematics	N48	       	         	 7:00p-8:05p	 Th		                 Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121
   on	the	Mathematics	Level	1	placement	exam	and	a	course	equivalent	to	Mathematics	N05	
   or	Mathematics	N06.			                                                                     MUSIC 186, INTERMEDIATE CLASSICAL GUITAR                                               1 UNIT
   48528	      7:45a-8:45a	 M	Tu	W	Th		 Kuang	J	              SCC	SC-111	 Full	Semester          Student	must	provide	nylon	string	guitar.	
   48527	      8:00a-10:05a	 Tu	Th		      Williams	A	         SCC	SC-110	 Full	Semester          Prerequisite:	Music	185.
   48529	      10:30a-12:35p	 M	W		       Williams	A	         SCC	A-106	 Full	Semester           50725	      8:15p-9:15p	 Th		              Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121	    Full	Semester
   48530	      10:30a-11:35a	 M	Tu	W	Th		 Takeuchi	K	         SCC	SC-111	 Full	Semester       	         	 9:15p-10:20p	 Th		                Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121
   48531	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		         Pryor	K	            SCC	U-87	    Full	Semester
   48568	      1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		       Kocaman	F	          SCC	SC-111	 Full	Semester       MUSIC 187, ADVANCED CLASSICAL GUITAR                                                   1 UNIT
   48569	      5:00p-7:05p	 M	W		         Ramirez	M	          SCC	SC-111	 Full	Semester          Student	must	provide	nylon	string	guitar.	
   48570	      7:30p-9:35p	 Tu	Th		       Nguyen	T	           SCC	A-106	 Full	Semester           Prerequisite:	Music	187.
                                                                                                 50726	      8:15p-9:15p	 Th		              Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121	    Full	Semester
                                                                                              	         	 9:15p-10:20p	 Th		                Giraldin	M	          SCC	D-121
                                     MUsiC                                                    MUSIC 188, ADVANCED CLASSICAL GUITAR TECHNIqUE AND REPERTOIRE
                                                                                                 Student	must	provide	nylon	string	guitar.	
                                                                                                                                                                         1 UNIT
MUSIC 061, BASIC PIANO SKILLS 1                                                     1 UNIT       Prerequisite:	Music	187.
   Practice	pianos	available	on	campus.	
                                                                                                 50727	      8:15p-9:15p	 Th		              Giraldin	M	 SCC	D-121	 Full	Semester
   50560	      10:15a-11:20a	 M		            Marestaing	G	      SCC	U-94	     Full	Semester   	         	 9:15p-10:20p	 Th		                Giraldin	M	 SCC	D-121
	          	 10:15a-11:20a	 W		              Marestaing	G	      SCC	U-94
   50563	      7:15p-8:15p	 M		              Marestaing	G	      SCC	U-94	     Full	Semester
	          	 8:15p-9:20p	 M		                Marestaing	G	      SCC	U-94
MUSIC 101, MUSIC APPRECIATION
   Recommended	for	non-music	majors.	
                                                                                   3 UNITS        Can’t find the class you need?
   50621	   7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		               Staff	             SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
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   50616	   8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		              Staff	             SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
   50612	   10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		             Staff	             SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester                          View	SAC’s	class	schedule	at	
   50622	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		           Ball	L	            SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester
   50623	   7:15p-10:25p	 W		                Marestaing	G	      SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester                            www.sac.edu/schedule
MUSIC 101H, HONORS MUSIC APPRECIATION                                              3 UNITS        SAC’s	class	schedule	is	included	in	this	booklet .
	 Recommended	for	non-music	majors.	
   49950	    8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		   Ball	L	                    SCC	A-209	    Full	Semester       Hurry! Class sizes are limited.



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                                           nUTriTion & fooD                                                      PHYSICS 217, ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite:	Mathematics	180/180h.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        4 UNITS
Santiago Canyon College


                                                                                                                    50207	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Swift	C	             SCC	SC-204	 Full	Semester
                          NUTRITION & FOOD 115, NUTRITION                                             3 UNITS    	         	 10:15a-1:25p	 F		                 Swift	C	             SCC	SC-204
                             51779	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Staff	         SCC	U-92	    Full	Semester
                             50716	   11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		          Staff	         SCC	U-92	    Full	Semester   PHYSICS 227, ENGINEERING PHYSICS II                                                    4 UNITS
                             50717	   1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		           Staff	         SCC	U-92	    Full	Semester      Prerequisite:	Physics	217	and	Mathematics	185.	
                                                                                                                    50208	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		        Rutan	C	                SCC	SC-203	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                 	         	 10:15a-1:25p	 F		              Rutan	C	                SCC	SC-203
                                                    pHiLosopHY                                                   PHYSICS 289, COLLEGE PHYSICS II                                                        4 UNITS
                          PHILOSOPHY 106, INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                                  3 UNITS       Prerequisite:	Physics	279	and	Mathematics	160.	
                              48961	  9:00a-1:15p	 F		        Granitto	J	           SCC	D-217	    09/09-12/09       50209	      11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		       Staff	                  SCC	SC-203	 Full	Semester
                              48949	  10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		    Deaver	D	             SCC	E-205	   Full	Semester   	         	 1:20p-4:30p	 Tu		              Staff	                  SCC	SC-203
                              48952	  1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		    Pimentel	M	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester
                              48955	  5:00p-6:25p	 Tu	Th		    Pimentel	M	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester
                              48946	
                              48958	
                                      5:00p-6:25p	 M	W		
                                      7:15p-10:25p	 W		
                                                              Pimentel	M	
                                                              Pimentel	M	
                                                                                    SCC	D-217	
                                                                                    SCC	D-217	
                                                                                                 Full	Semester
                                                                                                 Full	Semester                       poLiTiCaL sCienCe
                          PHILOSOPHY 106H, HONORS INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                          3 UNITS    POLITICAL SCIENCE 101, INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS                             3 UNITS
                          	 49049	    11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		 Deaver	D	       SCC	D-217	           Full	Semester      	50016	     TBA	              	            Shekarabi	N	           SCC	WEB	        10/17-12/11
                                                                                                                         Section#	50016	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		
                          PHILOSOPHY 108, ETHICS                                                     3 UNITS             Email	instructor	with	any	questions	at	shekarabi_nooshan@sccollege.
                              49104	  8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Deaver	D	      SCC	SC-133	 Full	Semester            edu.	Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	
                              49051	  8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            Deaver	D	      SCC	D-222	 Full	Semester             syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
                                                                                                                    	50020	     TBA	              	            Parrella	M	            SCC	WEB	        10/17-12/11
                          PHILOSOPHY 110, CRITICAL THINKING                                          4 UNITS             Section#	50020		No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.
                              Prerequisite:	English	101	or	101h.                                                         edu.		Email	instructor	with	any	questions	at	parrella_michael@sccollege.
                              49108	      10:15a-12:20p	 M	W		       Pimentel	M	    SCC	B-207	   Full	Semester           edu.		Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	
                              49113	      10:15a-12:20p	 Tu	Th		     Pimentel	M	    SCC	B-207	   Full	Semester           syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
                              49109	      1:30p-3:35p	 M	W		         Kelsey	D	      SCC	B-207	   Full	Semester      	49927	     TBA	              	            Parrella	M	            SCC	WEB	        08/22-10/16
                                                                                                                         Section#	49927	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		
                          PHILOSOPHY 111, INTRODUCTORY LOGIC                                          4 UNITS
                                                                                                                         Email	instructor	with	any	questions	at	parrella_michael@sccollege.edu	with	
                              49115	  1:30p-3:35p	 Tu	Th		   Monge	M	               SCC	B-207	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                         any	questions.	Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	
                              49116	  6:00p-10:15p	 Tu		     Granitto	J	            SCC	D-222	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                         download	syllabus,	announcements	and	studey	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
                          PHILOSOPHY 112, WORLD RELIGIONS                                             3 UNITS        49926	     7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		             Parrella	M	            SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                              49151	  10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Deaver	D	      SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester       49974	     7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		           Parrella	M	            SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                              49145	  7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		             Deaver	D	      SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester       49977	     8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Parrella	M	            SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                     49934	     8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            Samuels	C	             SCC	U-86	     Full	Semester
                          PHILOSOPHY 115, PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION                                      3 UNITS        49957	     8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		            Parrella	M	            SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                              49048	  10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		    Granitto	J	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester       49938	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Matter	K	              SCC	D-220	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                     49979	     10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		           Shekarabi	N	           SCC	U-92	     Full	Semester
                          PHILOSOPHY 144, REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING                              3 UNITS         49936	     11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		            Matter	K	              SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                              (Same	as	Counseling	144.)	                                                             49951	     7:00p-10:10p	 M	W		            Matter	K	              SCC	E-306	      10/17-12/07
                              49156	    8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		 Granitto	J	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester       49976	     7:15p-10:25p	 M		              Eperjesi	K	            SCC	E-205	 Full	Semester
                              49153	    8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		   Granitto	J	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester       49980	     7:15p-10:25p	 W		              Eperjesi	K	            SCC	D-216	 Full	Semester
                              49159	    9:00a-1:15p	 F		      Monge	M	              SCC	D-220	    09/09-12/09
                              49158	    1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		  Bevers	B	             SCC	E-304	   Full	Semester   POLITICAL SCIENCE 101H, HONORS INTRODUCTION TO
                              49152	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		     Granitto	J	           SCC	D-217	   Full	Semester   AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS                                                                   3 UNITS
                                                                                                                 	 50213	     1:30p-2:55p	 M	W		     Shekarabi	N	                   SCC	D-217	     Full	Semester


                                             pHYsiCaL sCienCe
                                                                                                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE 201, INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS                            3 UNITS
                                                                                                                    49952	    7:15p-10:25p	 M		       Shekarabi	N	   SCC	D-220	                    Full	Semester

                          PHYSICAL SCIENCE 115, CONCEPTS IN PHYSICAL SCIENCES FOR EDUCATORS 4 UNITS              POLITICAL SCIENCE 220, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS                                          3 UNITS
                             50729	    8:30a-11:40a	 Tu		      Swift	C	         SCC	SC-204	 Full	Semester           49955	    7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		      Shekarabi	N	                  SCC	D-220	     Full	Semester
                          	         	 8:30a-11:40a	 Th		       Swift	C	         SCC	SC-204
                                                                                                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE 221, WOMEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS                                      3 UNITS
                                                                                                                    Political	Science	101	recommended.

                                                          pHYsiCs                                                   49956	       8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		 Shekarabi	N	                 SCC	E-308	     Full	Semester

                          PHYSICS 109, SURVEY OF GENERAL PHYSICS                                     4 UNITS

                          	
                             50203	    11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		
                                    	 1:20p-4:30p	 W		
                                                               Staff	
                                                               Staff	
                                                                                    SCC	SC-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                    SCC	SC-204
                                                                                                                                             psYCHoLogY
                             50204	    5:30p-6:55p	 M	W		      Staff	               SCC	SC-204	 Full	Semester    PSYCHOLOGY 100, INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY                                           3 UNITS
                          	         	 7:15p-10:25p	 W		        Staff	               SCC	SC-204                      	48727	     TBA	             	             Cannon	C	              SCC	WEB	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                         Section	#48727	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		
                          PHYSICS 210, PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I                                       4 UNITS             Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	
                             Prerequisite:	Mathematics	180/180h.                                                         syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
                             50205	      11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		         Rutan	C	       SCC	SC-203	 Full	Semester       	48698	     TBA	             	             Cannon	C	              SCC	WEB	   Full	Semester
                          	         	 1:20p-4:30p	 W		               Rutan	C	       SCC	SC-203                           Section#	48698	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		
                                                                                                                         Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	
                                                                                                                         syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.
                                            firsT CLass MeeTing                                                      48685	
                                                                                                                     48684	
                                                                                                                                7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		
                                                                                                                                8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                                               Umali	Kopp	C	
                                                                                                                                                               Umali	Kopp	C	
                                                                                                                                                                                      SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                      SCC	D-205	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                     48686	     8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          Umali	Kopp	C	          SCC	D-204	 Full	Semester
                                    Make sure you attend the first class meeting!                                    48695	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Pearce	J	              SCC	D-205	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                     48688	     11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		            Umali	Kopp	C	          SCC	D-101	 Full	Semester
                             Attendance	at	the	first	meeting	of	a	class	is	advised	because	of	                       48691	     1:30p-2:55p	 Tu	Th		           Pearce	J	              SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester
                             enrollment	demands.		Any	student	not	reporting	to	the	first	class	                      48692	     3:15p-4:40p	 Tu	Th		           Jasser	M	              SCC	D-215	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                                     48693	     7:15p-10:25p	 W		              Breeden	E	             SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester
                             meeting	may	be	dropped	from	the	roll	sheet.



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PSYCHOLOGY 100H, HONORS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
	 48731	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		 Umali	Kopp	C	  SCC	E-308	
                                                                                    3 UNITS
                                                                               Full	Semester                                      reaDing




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Santiago Canyon College
PSYCHOLOGY 157, INTRODUCTION TO CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                                     3 UNITS
    (No	credit	if	student	has	taken	human	Development	107.)	                                                      READING 096 AND 097 REqUIRE 1 HR/WK LAB TIME
   	48740	      TBA	             	            Cannon	C	              SCC	WEB	   Full	Semester
        Section	#48740		No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		            READING 096, FOUNDATION FOR COLLEGE READING                                          3 UNITS
        Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	                     49894	   8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		  Freese	A	                      SCC	E-306	    Full	Semester
        syllabus,	announcements	and	study	guides	will	result	in	a	drop.                            49893	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		 Okamoto	C	                     SCC	E-306	    Full	Semester
    48735	      7:15p-10:25p	 M		             Breeden	E	             SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester   READING 097, ADVANCED COLLEGE READING                                               3 UNITS
PSYCHOLOGY 200, INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY                               3 UNITS        Prerequisite:	Reading	096	or	qualifying	profile	from	placement	process.
   48742	  11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		   Cannon	C	      SCC	D-205	                   Full	Semester       49895	      8:35a-10:00a	 M	W		           Conn	J	              SCC	D-209-4	 Full	Semester
                                                                                                   49897	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		          Conn	J	              SCC	E-306	 Full	Semester
PSYCHOLOGY 240, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                                   3 UNITS
   (Same	as	Sociology	240.)	                                                                    READING 102, ACADEMIC READING                                                        3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	English	061	or	recommended.
   Prerequisite:	Psychology	100	or	Sociology	100.
                                                                                                   49898	    11:50a-1:15p	 M	W		            Conn	J	             SCC	E-306	      Full	Semester
   48747	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		          Umali	Kopp	C	 SCC	D-205	          Full	Semester
                                                                                                READING 150, CRITICAL READING                                                        3 UNITS
PSYCHOLOGY 250, INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY                                 3 UNITS
                                                                                                   Completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	English	101	recommended.	
   Prerequisite:	Psychology	100	or	100h.
                                                                                                   49899	    10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		         Freese	A	          SCC	E-205	       Full	Semester
   48755	      5:00p-6:25p	 M	W		        Breeden	E	 SCC	D-205	                 Full	Semester
                                                                                                   49900	    11:50a-1:15p	 Tu	Th		          Freese	A	          SCC	E-306	       Full	Semester


                         pUBLiC WorKs                                                                                        reaL esTaTe
PUBLIC WORKS 050, PUBLIC WORKS I                                                    3 UNITS     REAL ESTATE 102, REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES                                              3 UNITS
   49719	  7:00p-10:10p	 W		                 Staff	              SCC	U-88	     Full	Semester       51616	      TBA	           	              Lindquist	R	         SCC	WEB	        08/22-09/23
                                                                                                       Section	#51616.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com.	Failure	to	log	on	the	first	day	
PUBLIC WORKS 055, PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTION I                                         3 UNITS            of	class	to	download	syllabus	will	result	in	being	dropped.	Email	instructor	
   49723	  7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		       Martin	C	                    SCC	U-95	     Full	Semester           with	questions	at	lindquist_bob@sccollege.edu.	Requires	10	hours	per	week	
PUBLIC WORKS 061, PLAN INTERPRETATION AND COST ESTIMATING                           3 UNITS            online.
   49731	  7:00p-10:10p	 Th		       Castellanos	C	  SCC	U-86	                  Full	Semester
                                                                                                REAL ESTATE 105, REAL ESTATE PRACTICE                                                3 UNITS
PUBLIC WORKS 066, ASPHALT AND CONCRETE FOR THE                                                     51617	      TBA	           	              Lindquist	R	         SCC	WEB	        09/26-10/28
PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTOR                                                              3 UNITS            Section	#51617.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com.	Failure	to	log	on	the	first	day	
   49735	  7:00p-10:10p	 M		       Staff	                        SCC	U-88	     Full	Semester           of	class	to	download	syllabus	will	result	in	being	dropped.	Email	instructor	
                                                                                                       with	questions	at	lindquist_bob@sccollege.edu.	Requires	10	hours	per	week	
                                                                                                       online.

    green-sUsTainaBLe BUiLDing CoDe                                                             REAL ESTATE 110, REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS
                                                                                                   51618	      TBA	           	              Lindquist	R	         SCC	WEB	
                                                                                                                                                                                     3 UNITS
                                                                                                                                                                                  10/31-12/02
    Our	new	Public	Works	Green-Sustainable	Building	Code	                                              Section	#51618.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com.	Failure	to	log	on	the	first	day	
    Option	Certificate	meets	emerging	needs	for	individuals	in	                                        of	class	to	download	syllabus	will	result	in	being	dropped.	Email	instructor	
                                                                                                       with	questions	at	lindquist_bob@sccollege.edu.	Requires	10	hours	per	week	
    the	areas	of	Public	Works,	construction,	building	inspection	                                      online.
    and	related	environmental	careers	to	understand	the	new	
    codes	for	all	residential	and	commercial	construction	or	                                   REAL ESTATE 114, APPRAISAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES                                 3.5 UNITS
                                                                                                   51619	      TBA	           	              Aust	J	              SCC	WEB	        10/31-12/02
    remodeling	in	the	state	of	California .	Check	for	classes	                                         Section	#51619.	Go	to	rsccd.blackboard.com.	Failure	to	log	on	the	first	day	
    under	Public	Works .		                                                                             of	class	to	download	syllabus	will	result	in	being	dropped.	Email	instructor	
                                                                                                       with	questions	at	aust_john@sccollege.edu.	Requires	10	hours	per	week	
                                                                                                       online.
PUBLIC WORKS 078, BUILDING CODE ADMINISTRATION AND
CODE ENFORCEMENT PROCESS                                                           2 UNITS
   51199	  6:00p-10:15p	 M		       Khorram	M	      SCC	U-86	                    09/12-10/31                 CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY
PUBLIC WORKS 079, SUSTAINABLE LIVING AND GREEN BUILDING CONCEPTS                                   Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	 students	
(FORMERLY SUSTAINABLE LIVING AND GREEN PROGRAMS)                    1 UNIT                         enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	be	discontinued .	
    51201	  6:00p-10:15p	 M		        Khorram	M	     SCC	U-86	   11/14-12/05
                                                                                                   Any	 class	 which	 does	 not	 maintain	 satisfactory	 attendance	
PUBLIC WORKS 080, PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                  3 UNITS        may	be	discontinued .
   (Same	as	Business	090).	
   49737	    7:15p-10:25p	 Th		      Mc	Carthy	B	  SCC	U-89	                   Full	Semester
PUBLIC WORKS 081, APPLIED PROJECT MANAGEMENT
   Prerequisite:	Public	Works	080.
                                                                                    2 UNITS
                                                                                                                   Tips for regisTraTion
   49742	      7:15p-9:20p	 Th		    Mc	Carthy	B	                 SCC	U-89	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                   • Check	your	email	often
PUBLIC WORKS 086, BASIC CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER                                 2.5 UNITS
   51624	  8:00a-4:50p	 M	Tu	W	Th	F		 Duran	A	                   SCC	U-89	      10/24-10/28
                                                                                                   • Take	care	of	holds	before	you	register
                                                                                                   • Check	your	enrollment	appointment	date	and	time,		
PUBLIC WORKS 087, INTERMEDIATE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER                          2.5 UNITS
   51626	  8:00a-4:50p	 M	Tu	W	Th	F		 Duran	A	    SCC	U-89	                     11/14-11/18          and	enroll	as	soon	as	it’s	time
PUBLIC WORKS 088, ADVANCED CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER                              2.5 UNITS         • Meet	with	counselor	early	to	avoid	lines
   51627	  8:00a-4:50p	 M	Tu	W	Th	F		 Duran	A	    SCC	U-89	                     12/05-12/09        • Select	your	classes	prior	to	your	registration	appointment
                                                                                                   • Update	your	student	file	with	your	personal	email	
                                                                                                     address




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                                                 sign LangUage                                                               SOCIOLOGY 240, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
                                                                                                                                (Same	as	Psychology	240.)	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                3 UNITS
Santiago Canyon College


                                                                                                                                Prerequisite:	Sociology	100	or	Psychology	100.	
                                         SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION AND SPECIAL SERVICES AREAS                                      48683	      10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		          Umali	Kopp	C	       SCC	D-205	    Full	Semester

                          SIGN LANGUAGE 110, AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I                                            3 UNITS
                             Sign	Language	110	is	equivalent	to	two	years	of	high	school	ASL.                                                         SOLAR (SEE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES)
                             48405	    1:30p-4:40p	 M	W		            Janes	P	             SCC	E-305	         10/17-12/11
                             48378	    1:30p-4:50p	 M	W		            Janes	P	             SCC	D-221	         08/22-10/12
                             48406	
                             48404	
                             48403	
                                       5:30p-6:55p	 Tu	Th		
                                       7:15p-10:25p	 Th		
                                       7:15p-10:25p	 W		
                                                                     Malone	C	
                                                                     Malone	C	
                                                                      Malone	C	
                                                                                          SCC	D-206	
                                                                                          SCC	D-206	
                                                                                          SCC	E-305	
                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                               spanisH
                          SIGN LANGUAGE 111, AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II                                           3 UNITS                  SPANISH 101 AND 102 CLASSES REqUIRE 1 HR/WK LAB TIME
                             Prerequisite:	Sign	Language	110.	
                             48407	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		     Schwan	v	                     SCC	D-215	     Full	Semester    SPANISH 101, ELEMENTARY SPANISH I                                                  5 UNITS
                                                                                                                                Spanish	101	is	equivalent	to	two	years	of	high	school	Spanish.	
                          SIGN LANGUAGE 116, PERSPECTIVES ON DEAFNESS                                            3 UNITS        50050	    7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		             Garcia	v	            SCC	A-211	   Full	Semester
                             48408	  7:15p-10:25p	 M		        Ascheman	J	                    SCC	D-215	     Full	Semester       50043	    7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		           villasenor	M	        SCC	A-211	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                49991	    10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		           Baez	E	              SCC	A-211	   Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                50049	    10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		             Baez	E	              SCC	A-104	   Full	Semester

                                                  soCiaL sCienCe                                                                50045	
                                                                                                                                50046	
                                                                                                                                50044	
                                                                                                                                          1:30p-4:00p	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                          1:30p-4:00p	 Tu	Th		
                                                                                                                                          4:30p-7:00p	 M	W		
                                                                                                                                                                          Fajardo	L	
                                                                                                                                                                          Fajardo	L	
                                                                                                                                                                          Bendz	G	
                                                                                                                                                                                               SCC	A-104	
                                                                                                                                                                                               SCC	A-211	
                                                                                                                                                                                               SCC	A-211	
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Full	Semester
                          SOCIAL SCIENCE 219, STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY                                    4 UNITS             50048	    7:15p-9:45p	 M	W		              hurst	D	             SCC	A-211	   Full	Semester
                             (Same	as	Mathematics	219.)	                                                                        50047	    7:15p-9:45p	 Tu	Th		            Lopez	M	             SCC	A-211	   Full	Semester
                             Prerequisite:	Mathematics	080	or	081;	or	placement	into	Mathematics	219	on	the	
                             Mathematics	Level	3	placement	exam	AND	a	course	equivalent	to	Mathematics	080	or	               SPANISH 102, ELEMENTARY SPANISH II                                                5 UNITS
                             081.                                                                                               Spanish	102	is	equivalent	to	the	third	year	of	high	school	Spanish.	
                             48702	      7:30a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		        Nance	C	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester               Prerequisite:	Spanish	101	or	101h	or	101A	&	101B	or	two	years	of	high	school	Spanish.
                             48703	      7:30a-10:00a	 M	W		          Sakamoto	S	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester               50060	      10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		          Fajardo	L	          SCC	A-104	 Full	Semester
                             48704	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		          Yorba	J	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester               50054	      10:30a-1:00p	 M	W		            Fajardo	L	          SCC	A-211	 Full	Semester
                             48705	      10:30a-1:00p	 Tu	Th		        Nance	C	           SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester               50052	      7:15p-9:45p	 M	W		             Gomez	D	            SCC	A-104	 Full	Semester
                             48706	      1:30p-4:00p	 M	W		           Sakamoto	S	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester
                             48707	      1:30p-4:00p	 Tu	Th		         Williams	A	        SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester            SPANISH 201, INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I                                                5 UNITS
                             48708	      4:30p-7:00p	 M	W		           Ninh	J	            SCC	U-102	 Full	Semester               Prerequisite:	Spanish	102	or	102h	or	three	years	of	high	school	Spanish.
                                                                                                                                50062	      4:00p-6:30p	 M	W		            Baez	E	             SCC	E-306	    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                             SPANISH 202, INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II                                               5 UNITS
                                                        soCioLogY                                                               Prerequisite:	Spanish	201	or	201h	or	four	years	of	high	school	Spanish.
                                                                                                                                50064	      4:00p-6:30p	 M	W		            Baez	E	              SCC	E-306	   Full	Semester
                                      SEE ALSO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 155, HUMAN SExUALITY

                          SOCIOLOGY 100, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
                             	48678	     TBA	             	             Summers	G	             SCC	WEB	
                                                                                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                             Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                   speCiaL serViCes
                                  Section#	48678	No	orientation.	Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.	                  SPECIAL SERVICES N60, LEARNING ASSESSMENT                                           0 UNIT
                                  Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	the	                    Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit
                                  syllabus,	announcements,	and	instructions	will	result	in	a	drop.	Email	the	                   48410	    TBA	         	          Carr-Rollitt	L	             SCC	E-105	    Full	Semester
                                  instructor	with	any	questions	at	summers_georgia@sccollege.edu.                               		        	            	          Wirtz	L	                    SCC	E-105
                             	48677	     TBA	             	             Summers	G	             SCC	WEB	      Full	Semester      		        	            	          Mettler	M	                  SCC	E-105
                                  Section#	48677	No	orientation.		Go	to	www.sccollege.edu/distancelearning.		                SPECIAL SERVICES N64A, ACADEMIC COACHING
                                  Failure	to	log	on	within	48	hours	from	the	start	of	class	to	download	the	                 (FORMERLY SPECIAL SERVICES N65, ACADEMIC COACHING)                          0.2 - 1 UNITS
                                  syllabus,	announcements,	and	instructions	will	result	in	a	drop.		Email	the	                   Open	Entry	/	Open	Exit
                                  instructor	with	any	questions	at		summers_georgia@sccollege.edu.                               51656	    TBA	           	             Carr-Rollitt	L	       SCC	E-105	   08/22-12/11
                              48674	     7:00a-8:25a	 M	W		             West	J	                SCC	E-306	 Full	Semester          		        	              	             Wirtz	L	              SCC	E-105
                              48676	     7:00a-8:25a	 Tu	Th		           West	J	                SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester          		        	              	             Mettler	M	            SCC	E-105
                              48675	     8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		          West	J	                SCC	E-206	 Full	Semester              Phone	(714)	628-4860	before	school	starts	to	arrange	class	hours.
                          SOCIOLOGY 100H, HONORS INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                                       3 UNITS
                          	 48679	    10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		  West	J	        SCC	E-204	                       Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                                         STUDY SKILLS (SEE COUNSELING)
                          SOCIOLOGY 112, RELATIONSHIPS, MARRIAGES, AND FAMILY DYNAMICS                           3 UNITS
                             48680	   10:15a-1:25p	 W		       Grasso	T	        SCC	E-206	                   Full	Semester
                             48682	   7:15p-10:25p	 M		       Grasso	T	        SCC	E-305	                   Full	Semester
                          SOCIOLOGY 140, ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL TRENDS AND PROBLEMS                                  3 UNITS         CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange
                             48681	   7:15p-10:25p	 W		        Lukenbill	C	   SCC	D-220	                    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                                 The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	
                                                                                                                                 has	 made	 every	 reasonable	 effort	 to	 determine	
                                                                                                                                 that	 everything	 stated	 in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	
                              Can’t find the class you need?                                                                     accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	 offered,	 together	
                              it may be waiting for you at santa ana College!                                                    with	 other	 matters	 contained	 herein,	 are	 subject	
                                                                                                                                 to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	
                              View	SAC’s	class	schedule	at	www.sac.edu/schedule                                                  the	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	 for	
                                                                                                                                 reasons	 related	 to	 student	 enrollment,	 level	 of	
                              SAC’s	class	schedule	is	included	in	this	booklet .
                                                                                                                                 financial	 support,	 or	 for	 any	 other	 reason,	 at	 the	
                              Hurry! Class sizes are limited.                                                                    discretion	of	the	District .



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       sUrVeY/Mapping sCienCes                                                                   TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 123, ADVANCED WRITING PROJECTS FOR
                                                                                                 TV, FILM, AND CORPORATE VIDEO                                                          3 UNITS
                                                                                                      Prerequisite:	Television/video	Communications	121.	




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Santiago Canyon College
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 118, PLANE SURVEYING                                        4 UNITS           50015	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		            Sternshein	S	 SCC	U-89	             Full	Semester
   Previous	successful	completion	of	Math	160	recommended.
	 49722	      7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		           Capalaran	E	         SCC	U-96	      Full	Semester
	         	 8:00a-4:30p	 Sa		              Capalaran	E	         SCC	U-96
       Section	#49722.	Saturday	labs	meet	Sept	17;	Oct	1,15,29;	Nov	12;	Dec	3.                                             THeaTre arTs
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 119, ADVANCED PLANE SURVEYING                                 4 UNITS    THEATRE ARTS 100, INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE                                               3 UNITS
   Previous	successful	completion	of	Math	160	recommended.	                                          Attendance	at	live	theatre	required.	
   Prerequisite:	Survey/Mapping	Sciences	118	or	possession	of	a	valid	certificate	as	a	Land	        	50731	     TBA	             	              Christensen	G	       SCC	WEB	         08/22-10/16
   Surveyor-in-Training	(LSiT)	issued	by	the	state.                                                      Section	50731	requires	6	hrs/week	online	work.	Students	should	login	to	the	
	 49755	       7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		              Mertens	D	        SCC	U-98	       Full	Semester           Blackboard	tutorials	to	get	started.		For	course	information,	go	to	http:rsccd.
	         	 8:00a-4:30p	 Sa		                  Mertens	D	        SCC	U-98                                blackboard.com.
       Section	#49755.	Saturday	labs	meet	Sept	10,	24;	Oct	8,	22;	and	Nov	5,	19.                    	50734	     TBA	             	              Christensen	G	       SCC	WEB	         10/17-12/08
                                                                                                         Section	50734	requires	6	hrs/week	online	work.	Students	should	login	to	the	
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 205, COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING                                                     Blackboard	tutorials	to	get	started.		For	course	information,	go	to	http:rsccd.
FUNDAMENTALS FOR SURVEYORS                                                           3 UNITS             blackboard.com.
   Recommended	preparation:	Survey/Mapping	Sciences	119.	                                            50728	     10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		          Sebelius	A	          SCC	D-121	 Full	Semester
   49739	  7:00p-10:10p	 Th		           Sebourn	G	        SCC	U-101	            Full	Semester
                                                                                                 THEATRE ARTS 104, HISTORY OF FILM FROM 1945 TO PRESENT                                 3 UNITS
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 221, ADVANCED PROBLEMS IN SURVEYING I                 3 UNITS                (Same	as	Television/video	Communications	104.)	
   Recommended	preparation:	Survey/Mapping	Sciences	119	and	Mathematics	160.	                       	50017	     9:00a-3:30p	 Sa		           Echols	D	 SCC	D-101	                     9/17-11/05
   49758	  7:00p-10:10p	 M		            Evans	J	           SCC	U-93	    Full	Semester                50023	     1:30p-4:40p	 M	W		          Echols	D	 SCC	D-101	                    10/17-12/07
                                                                                                     50019	     1:30p-4:40p	 Th		           Dew	R	    SCC	D-101	                   Full	Semester
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 229, LEGAL ASPECTS OF LAND SURVEYING I           3 UNITS                     50021	     7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		          Bales	T	  SCC	D-101	                   Full	Semester
   Recommended	preparation:	Survey/Mapping	Sciences	119.	
   49760	  7:00p-10:10p	 Th		           Propst	T	         SCC	U-98	 Full	Semester                THEATRE ARTS 110, ACTING FUNDAMENTALS                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                                    50737	   6:00p-8:50p	 Tu		      Terry	P	                        SCC	D-121	     Full	Semester
SURVEY/MAPPING SCIENCES 261, INTRODUCTION TO (GPS),                                              	         	 8:50p-9:40p	 Tu		      Terry	P	                        SCC	D-121
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM                                                            3 UNITS
   Recommended	preparation:	Survey/Mapping	Sciences	119.	                                        THEATRE ARTS 111, INTERMEDIATE ACTING                                                  3 UNITS
   49762	   7:00p-10:10p	 W		           Staff	            SCC	U-101	            Full	Semester       Prerequisite:	Theatre	Arts	110.
                                                                                                    50738	      6:00p-8:50p	 W		     Terry	P	                       SCC	D-121	     Full	Semester
                                                                                                 	         	 8:50p-9:40p	 W		        Terry	P	                       SCC	D-121

     TV/ViDeo CoMMUniCaTions                                                                     THEATRE ARTS 118, FUNDAMENTALS OF SCENE STUDY
                                                                                                    Recommended	for	acting	majors.	
                                                                                                                                                                                        2 UNITS

TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 100, INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA:                                      Prerequisite:	Theatre	Arts	110.
TV, RADIO, FILM, AND THE INTERNET                                  3 UNITS                          50739	      6:00p-7:50p	 W		    Terry	P	                        SCC	D-121	     Full	Semester
    49998	    7:15p-10:25p	 Th		   Echols	D	       SCC	E-305	 Full	Semester                      	         	 7:50p-9:40p	 W		       Terry	P	                        SCC	D-121
TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 104, HISTORY OF FILM FROM 1945 TO PRESENT 3 UNITS
    (Same	as	Theatre	Arts	104.)	
   	50000	
    50001	
               9:00a-3:30p	 Sa		
               1:30p-4:40p	 M	W		
                                   Echols	D	
                                   Echols	D	
                                                   SCC	D-101	
                                                   SCC	D-101	
                                                                 9/17-11/05
                                                                10/17-12/07
                                                                                                              WaTer UTiLiTY sCienCe
    50003	     1:30p-4:40p	 Th		   Dew	R	          SCC	D-101	 Full	Semester                      WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 050, WATER MATHEMATICS AND HYDRAULICS                      3 UNITS
    50005	     7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		  Bales	T	        SCC	D-101	 Full	Semester                         Completion	of	Mathematics	N06	or	equivalent	skills	as	measured	by	the	Math	Level	1	
                                                                                                    Exam	recommended.
TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 105, MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY                                  3 UNITS        49765	    5:30p-6:55p	 Tu	Th		        Gates	J	              SCC	E-203	 Full	Semester
    50007	  7:15p-10:25p	 M		     Bales	T	        SCC	D-101	                    Full	Semester       50366	    7:00p-10:10p	 W		           De	Morneau	L	         SCC	U-87	    Full	Semester
TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 120, BEGINNING WRITING FOR                                                  49767	    7:00p-10:10p	 W		           Gates	J	              SCC	E-203	 Full	Semester
TV, FILM, AND CORPORATE VIDEO                                                        3 UNITS     WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 056, TREATMENT TEST PREPARATION                                0.2 UNIT
     English	101	recommended.	                                                                      50396	   8:00a-4:50p	 F		         Gates	J	        SCC	U-92	                     11/04-11/04
     50009	     7:15p-10:25p	 W		  Sternshein	S	   SCC	U-89	                    Full	Semester
                                                                                                 WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 057, WATER DISTRIBUTION TEST PREPARATION                       0.2 UNIT
TV/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS 121, INTERMEDIATE WRITING FOR                                               50400	   8:00a-4:50p	 F		         Gates	J	         SCC	U-92	                    09/09-09/09
TV, FILM, AND CORPORATE VIDEO                                                        3 UNITS
     Prerequisite:	Television/video	Communications	120.                                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 098, WATER POLITICS AND SUPPLY                                  0.2 UNIT
     50012	      7:15p-10:25p	 W		            Sternshein	S	 SCC	U-89	           Full	Semester       May	be	repeated.	Grade:	P/NP	only.	
                                                                                                    50405	    8:00a-4:50p	 F		          Froelich	D	   SCC	U-92	                     10/14-10/14
                                                                                                 WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 101, WATER TREATMENT FUNDAMENTALS                                 3 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite:	Water	Utility	Science	050	or	concurrent	enrollment.		*if	currently	enrolled	in	
             TireD of BooKsTore Lines?                                                              Water	Utility	Science	050	please	contact	SCC	Admissions	at	714.628.4901
                                                                                                    49766	      7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		              Gates	J	           SCC	E-203	 Full	Semester
               get out of line and go onLine!                                                    WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 103, WATER CHEMISTRY AND BACTERIOLOGY                            3 UNITS
                                                                                                    49799	   7:00p-10:10p	 W		        Dennis	J	      SCC	U-92	                     Full	Semester
                  Buy textbooks online at:
                                                                                                 WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 104, ELECTRICAL WIRING AND
               www.sccollege.edu/bookstore                                                       CONTROLS FOR OPERATORS                                                                 3 UNITS
                                                                                                    49791	   7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		        Crim	R	                      SCC	U-87	      Full	Semester



                                                                                                     Backflow prevention Devices	 is	 offered	 through	
                                                                                                     Community	Services,	visit	online	at	sccollege .edu/cs	
                                                                                                     or	call	714-628-4960	for	more	information .



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                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 107, CALIFORNIA WATER RESOURCES                                  3 UNITS
                             49769	   7:00p-10:10p	 Th		       Gates	J	       SCC	E-203	                    Full	Semester
Santiago Canyon College


                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 109, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS                                   3 UNITS
                             Prerequisite:	Water	Utility	Science	050	or	concurrent	enrollment.		*if	currently	enrolled	in	
                             Water	Utility	Science	050	please	contact	SCC	Admissions	at	714.628.4901
                             49795	      7:00p-10:10p	 Th		              Cafferty	D	        SCC	U-92	        Full	Semester                     earn 8 contact hours per class
                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 111, WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS 3 UNITS                                             meeting for license renewal
                             49798	   7:00p-10:10p	 Tu		      Kelly	h	       SCC	U-86	  Full	Semester
                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 131, WATER CONSERVATION PRACTITIONER                                                            stay up-to-date with the water
                          (FORMERLY WATER CONSERVATION PRACTITIONER WORKSHOP)                                    3 UNITS
                              49793	  7:00p-10:10p	 W		       Adams	N	        SCC	U-86	                     Full	Semester                       industry regulations
                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 208, PUMPS AND PUMPING                                           3 UNITS
                             49783	   7:00p-10:10p	 M		       Watson	S	                      SCC	U-87	      Full	Semester
                                                                                                                              September	9		
                          WATER UTILITY SCIENCE 210, ADVANCED WATER DISTRIBUTION                                 3 UNITS      WaTr 07, Water Distribution Test preparation
                             49790	   7:00p-10:10p	 M		       Cafferty	D	      SCC	U-92	                    Full	Semester
                                                                                                                              October	14		
                                                                                                                              WaTr 098, Water politics & supply
                                              WoMen’s sTUDies
                          WOMEN’S STUDIES 101, INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES                                   3 UNITS      November	4		
                            49164	   8:35a-10:00a	 Tu	Th		   Summers	G	      SCC	D-101	                     Full	Semester     WaTr 06, Treatment Test preparation
                            49160	   10:15a-11:40a	 M	W		    Summers	G	      SCC	D-216	                     Full	Semester
                            49168	   10:15a-11:40a	 Tu	Th		  Summers	G	      SCC	D-216	                     Full	Semester
                            49162	   7:15p-10:25p	 Tu		      Grasso	T	       SCC	D-216	                     Full	Semester               Classes meet on fridays, 8:00 am–4:0 pm
                                                                                                                                         Call 714-628-486 or 714-628-488 or visit
                                                                                                                                                www.sccollege.edu/watersci
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                                                                              want	CSU	Certification	and/or	IGETC	Certification,	you	
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                                                                              students preparing to Transfer
                                                                              	 I .	 Complete	general	education	requirements	
                                                                                     •	 Plan	B	(CSU	Certification)	
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    The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	
                                                                              	 II .	 Complete	major	requirements	for	an	associate	
    has	 made	 every	 reasonable	 effort	 to	 determine	                              degree	(if	applying	for	an	AA	degree)
    that	 everything	 stated	 in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	                          •	 Complete	required	courses	as	listed	in	the	catalog .	
    accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	 offered,	 together	                              An	associate	degree	requires	the	completion	of	
    with	 other	 matters	 contained	 herein,	 are	 subject	                              60	degree	units	with	a	GPA	of	2 .0	or	better	and	
    to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	                            residency	(12	units;	6	in	the	major)	at	Santiago	
    the	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	for	                                  Canyon	College .	
    reasons	 related	 to	 student	 enrollment,	 level	 of	                    	 III .	 Submit	Petition	to	Graduate		
    financial	 support,	 or	 for	 any	 other	 reason,	 at	 the	                         •	 Submit	at	least	one	full	semester	prior	to	
    discretion	of	the	District .                                                           anticipated	completion	

                                                                              students not planning to Transfer
                                                                              	 I .	 Complete	general	education	requirements	
                                                                                     •	 Plan	A	
    CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY
                                                                              	 II .	 Complete	major	requirements	for	an	associate	degree	
    Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	                        •	 Complete	required	courses	as	listed	in	the	catalog .	
    students	enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	                               An	associate	degree	requires	the	completion	of	
    be	discontinued .	Any	class	which	does	not	maintain	                                 60	degree	units	with	a	GPA	of	2 .0	or	better	and	
    satisfactory	attendance	may	be	discontinued .                                        residency	(12	units;	6	in	the	major)	at	Santiago	
                                                                                         Canyon	College .
                                                                              	 III .	 Submit	Petition	to	Graduate	
                                                                                        •	 Submit	at	least	one	full	semester	prior	to	
                                                                                           anticipated	completion
                 GET INVOLVED!
                                                                               Transcripts	from	all	other	colleges	attended	must	be	on	file .
                GET CONNECTED!                                                                petition for graduation Deadline
                                                                                                    Fall	2011	–	October	14
                                                                                                   Summer	2012	–	March	4	
                                                                                                    Spring	2012	–	March	4

                                                                              Certificate of achievement
                                                                              Students	who	are	completing	a	Certificate	of	Achievement	
    Be a part of the student Leadership institute                             need	to	adhere	to	the	following	steps:	
   The	 Student	 Leadership	 Institute	 (SLI)	 at	 Santiago	 Canyon	          	 I .	 Complete	all	required	courses	with	a	“C”	or	better	in	
   College	 is	 a	 non-credit	 certificate	 program	 in	 partnership	                an	approved	certificate	program
   with	 CSUF .	 SLI	 students	 are	 required	 to	 attend	 a	 series	 of	
   workshops	and	will	earn	 a	leadership	 certificate	 from	 CSUF	            	 II .	 Complete	Petition	for	Certificate	of	Achievement	form
   upon	program	completion .	Workshops	are	offered	through	                   	 III .	 Submit	petition	in	the	semester	you	are	completing	
   SCC	 and	 focus	 on	 developing	 necessary	 skills	 for	 effective	                 your	last	course	prior	to	the	Petition	Deadline	(same	
   leadership	 and	 overall	 character .	 Participation	 is	 FREE	 and	                as	Petition	to	Graduate	Deadlines)
   open	to	all	current	SCC	students .	There	are	no	minimum	unit	
   requirements,	 specific	 GPA	 nor	 prior	 leadership	 experience	          if you have any questions, please make an appointment
   needed	to	participate	in	the	program .		For	more	information,	             with a Counselor by calling 714-628-4800 or contact the
   please	email	sli@sccollege.edu .                                           graduation office at 714-628-482.




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                                     CaMpUs
                                                                                                                            Located in a-210
                                                                                                       HoUrs                  •   One-on-one	conferencing
                                                                                                      Monday	                 •   Computer-assisted	instruction
                                                                                                  10:15–11:05	am              •   Grammar	practice
                                                                                                                              •   Staffed	by	English	professors
                                                                                                     Tuesday	
                                                                                                 11:15–12:05	pm             sign up for english n90/n91/n92
                                                                                                                            .2 unit course
                             smoking is allowed
                                                                                                     Thursday	
                                                                                                  9:15–10:05	am             Cost: $4
                                                                                                                            pass/no pass

                           only in parking lots 1-6.                                        To	receive	credit,	students	are	required	to	attend	the	Writing	Center	on	
                                                                                            an	as	needed	basis	for	a	minimum of five hours	over	the	course	of	the	
                                                                                            semester	and	to	complete	five hours of additional practice	outside	of	
                                                                                            the	center .
                                                                                            Students enrolled in English N50 should sign up for Eng N90.
                                                                                            Students enrolled in English 101, 102, 103, or any other literature class
                           GOT KIDS?                                                        should sign up for Eng N91.
                                                                                            English N92 is open for all disciplines where essay writing is required.
                           Are	you	a	single	parent?
                           Would	you	like	a	college	education?
                           We	can	help!	We	can	offer	you:	
                           	 Counseling	      Transportation	assistance	                      Planning To Transfer?
                           	 Grants	          Academic	supplies	                              www.assist.org
                           	 Child	care	
                                                                                              Your	official	source	for	California	articulation	and	student	
                           To	qualify	you	must	meet	the	following	requirements:               transfer	information .
                           •	 Be	a	CalWORks/TANF/AFDC	recipient
                           •	 Be	at	least	18	years	of	age
                           •	 Be	a	single	parent	and	head	of	household
                           •	 Have	a	dependent	child	under	age	14                            Santiago Canyon College
                           •	 One-year	California	residency                                  announces hot spots!
                           •	 Apply	for	financial	aid                                        For	information	on	the	new	
                           For	more	information	call	714-628-4915	or	come	by	the	            wireless	network,	go	to		
                           EOPS	office	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	in	Room	E-108 .            www.sccollege.edu/wireless



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   sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
   is a DrUg anD aLCoHoL free enVironMenT.
   assistance for substance abuse may be obtained from one of the
   following sources:
     • saC and sCC student Health Centers, for confidential counseling
       and referral to local agencies                                                             sTUDenTs:
     • alcoholics anonymous
     • national Drug Hotline, 1-800-662-HeLp                                                We need Your email address!
     • al-anon/alateen family group Headquarters, 1-800-6-9996
                                                                              Go	to	www.sccollege.edu,	click	on	Online	Records	and		
     • narc-anon family group Headquarters, 10-47-800
                                                                           update	your	student	profile	with	your	personal	email	address .		
     • 1-800-Cocaine, an information and referral hotline
                                                                                 Web	access	to	student	records	and	registration,		
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serViCes for sTUDenTs
                                                                             aCaDeMiC sUCCess CenTer & LangUages LaB
                                                                             Room	D-209	                                                                       714-628-4830	
serViCe HoUrs                                                                (hours:	Monday–Thursday	8:30am–7:00pm;	 Friday	8:30am–12:30pm)
                                                                             Want	 to	 improve	 your	 grades?	 	 Need	 help	 taking	 notes	 from	 your	 text	 or	 editing	 your	
                                                                             papers?	improve	your	foreign	language	skills?
aDMissions HoUrs	                                       714-628-4901         The	friendly	ASC	staff	will	show	you	how	to	use	the	many	self-paced	computer	programs	to	
located	in	E-101	                                                            help	you	be	successful	in	your	classes.		The	“Smartxt”	program	will	help	you	read	your	text,	
Monday	–	Thursday	                               8:00	am	to	6:00	pm	         take	notes	and	edit	your	papers.		All	students	are	welcome.		Start	at	any	time.
Friday	                                          8:00	am	to	3:30	pm	
(Hours	subject	to	change)                                                    assoCiaTeD sTUDenT goVernMenT (asg)
                                                                             Room	A-205	                                                                          714-628-4913
                                                                             The	Associated	Student	Government	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	is	the	student	governing	
regisTraTion HoUrs – onLine regisTraTion                                     body	 on	 campus.	 	 ASG	 facilitates	 students’	 co-curricular	 involvement	 on	 campus	 and	
24/7,	by	appointment	                                   714-628-4901         improves	 the	 quality	 of	 student	 life	 while	 enhancing	 their	 educational	 experience.	 ASG	
                                                                             encourages	all	students	to	serve	in	a	variety	of	elected	and	appointed	student	government	
BooKsTore HoUrs	                                         714-628-4735        positions	and	provides	student	representation	for	the	entire	campus	and	district.	interested	
located	in	A-101	                                                            students	 should	 contact	 their	 ASG	 representatives	 by	 visiting	 the	 office	 in	 A-205	 or	 by	
Mon	–	Thurs	                                     7:45	am	to	5:00	pm	         emailing	asg@sccollege.edu.
Friday	                                            8:00	am	to	NOON           CalWorKs
Bookstore	Check	Cashing	Policy                                               Room	E-108	                                                                     714-628-4915	
Personal	 checks	 made	 payable	 to	 RSCCD	 are	 accepted	 in	 the	          Santiago	Canyon	College	provides	instruction	and	student	support	services	for	CalWORKs	
amount	of	purchase .	Students	must	present	a	current	valid	lD .              participants,	with	the	short	term	goal	of	preparing	participants	to	move	into	unsubsidized	
                                                                             employment	and	the	long	term	goal	of	preparing	them	to	take	active	controls	of	their	lives	
Bookstore	Refund	Policy
                                                                             and	 management	 of	 their	 work	 careers.	 Services	 include:	 counseling/case	 management,	
Textbooks	can	be	refunded	within	the	first	week	after	the	first	             vocational	training,	child	care,	job	services,	and	student	support	services.
day	 of	 classes	 with	 current	 register	 receipt .	 Restrictions	 may	
apply .                                                                      Career serViCes
                                                                             Room	D-106,	sccollege.edu/career_center	                                           714-628-4805	
CasHier’s offiCe HoUrs	                              714-628-4727            Career	 Services	 is	 a	 program	 designed	 to	 assist	 currently	 enrolled	 students	 with	 career	
located	next	to	Admissions,	E-102	                                           development	and	employment	preparation.	Our	services	include	the	following:
                                                                             •	 Career	Planning	Classes	(Counseling	116	and	Counseling	118)
Monday	&	Thursday		                        8:00	am	to	5:00	pm	
                                                                             •	 One-to-One	Assistance	with	Career	Research	(Call	for	Appointment)
Tuesday	&	Wednesday		                      8:00	am	to	7:00	pm	               •	 Employment	Preparation	Workshops
Friday	                                  8:00	am	to	12:00	pm	                •	 Employer	Partnerships	and	On-Campus	Recruitment		
(Hours	subject	to	change)                                                    •	 “Speakers	Connecting	Careers”	Lecture	Series	
Pay	fees	by	drop	box .	                                                      •	 Walk-ins	Welcomed!
Pay	fees	by	phone	714-564-6400	                                              Counselors	 and	 Career	 Services	 staff	 are	 here	 to	 help	 you	 achieve	 your	 goals.	         	
                                                                             “Select a star and we’ll help you reach it!”
Pay	fees	on-line	www.sccollege.edu
Purchase	Photo	ID,	parking,	bus	pass,	and	amusement	tickets	                 CHiLD DeVeLopMenT serViCes
from	the	Cashier’s	Office .                                                  Child	 care	 services	 are	 provided	 at	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College	 and	 SCC	 Orange	 Education	
                                                                             Center	for	children	1	to	5	years	of	age	for	students	who	qualify	for	the	sliding	scale	fees.	
CafeTeria HoUrs                                                              There	are	spaces	available	for	faculty	and	staff	to	pay	full	cost	fees.	For	information	contact:
                                                                             •	 Santiago	Canyon	College	Child	Development	Center	at	8045	E.	Chapman	Ave.		
Located	in	T-100	                                                               Telephone	714-628-4890.
Monday	–	Thursday	                               8:00	am	to	8:30	pm	         •	 SCC	Orange	Education	Center	at	1465	North	Batavia	Street,	Orange.		
Friday	                                                     CLOSED              Telephone	714-628-5925.

LiBrarY HoUrs                                                                CoLLege assisTanCe MigranT prograM (CaMp)
                                                                             Room	A-203	                                                                         714-628-5034	
Santiago	Canyon	College	Library	                       714-628-5000	
                                                                             The	 College	 Assistance	 Migrant	 Program	 (CAMP)	 is	 a	 federally	 funded	 program	 that	
Monday	–	Thursday	                               8:00	am	to	8:00	pm	         provides	programs	and	services	to	students	from	migrant	and	farm	working	backgrounds.	
Friday	                                                     CLOSED           The	purpose	of	CAMP	is	to	support	students	throughout	their	academic	career	and	assist	
Saturday	                                                   CLOSED           in	meeting	their	educational	goals.	 Upon	eligibility,	CAMP	 students	receive	the	 following	
LiBrarY Use poLiCY                                                           programs	and	services:	financial	stipends,	university	transfer	assistance,	career	counseling,	
                                                                             study	 skills	 workshops,	 educational	 planning,	 book	 vouchers,	 laptop	 loan	 privileges,	
Valid	I .D .	card	is	required	to	check	out	library	materials .
                                                                             financial	 aid	 application	 support,	 family	 cultural	 activities,	 as	 well	 as	 personal	 and	
                                                                             professional	enrichment	workshops.



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serViCes for sTUDenTs (continued)
CoMMUniTY serViCes prograM                                                                                 HeaLTH anD WeLLness CenTer
Room	A-212	                                                                           714-628-4960	        Room	T-102	                                                                         714-628-4773	
(hours:	Monday–Thursday	9:00am–3:00pm	and	Friday	9:00am–12:00pm)                                           (hours	 of	 Operation:	 Monday–Thursday	 9am–1pm	 and	 2pm–7pm,	 Friday	 9am–12pm)	
Community	 Services	 is	 a	 fee	 based	 program	 that	 provides	 classes	 to	 the	 general	 public	        Currently	enrolled	students	who	have	paid	the	health	Fee	are	eligible	to	use	the	services	
for	 educational,	 cultural,	 social	 and	 recreational	 purposes.	 They	 are	 noncredit,	 usually	        available	in	the	health	Center.	A	Registered	Nurse	is	available	at	all	times.	Physicians	and	
shorter	in	duration	than	credit	classes,	and	do	not	require	lengthy	preparation	or	rigorous	               Psychologists	 are	 available	 by	 appointment	 only.	 Services	 include	 but	 are	 not	 limited	 to:	
testing.	 Participants	 can	 choose	 from	 a	 variety	 of	 classes	 that	 include	 Creative	 Arts,	        first-aid,	diagnosis	and	treatment	of	acute	illness,	pap	smears,	low	cost	birth	control	pills	
Business	 &	 Careers,	 Computer	 Training,	 Dance,	 health	 &	 Fitness,	 Language,	 Financial	             and	condoms,	vision	screening,	and	psychological	counseling.	Stop	by	the	center	to	meet	
Management,	Music,	Real	Estate,	Special	interest	&	Travel	Tours.	in	addition,	academic	&	                  the	staff	or	make	an	appointment.
recreational	 College for Kids	 classes	 are	 offered	 each	 semester.	The	 Fall	 2011	 brochure	
                                                                                                     	
will	 be	 available	August	 15,	 2011.	To	 request	 a	 brochure	 or	 registration	 information,	 call	     LangUages LaB
714-628-4960	or	visit	us	online	at	www.sccollege.edu/cs.
                                                                                                           Room	D-209	(inside	the	Academic	Success	Center)	                                     714-628-4741
                                                                                                           (hours:	Monday–Thursday	8:30am–7:00pm	and	Friday	8:30am–12:30pm)
CoUnseLing serViCes
Room	D-106	                                                                       714-628-4800	            MaTH sTUDY HaLL
(Call	for	hours	of	Operation)
                                                                                                           Room	U-78
Santiago	Canyon	College’s	Counseling	services	are	designed	to	complement	the	instructional	
program	by	providing	the	following	assistance	to	students:                                                 (hours:	Monday–Thursday	9:00am–7:00pm	and	Saturday	9:00am–3:00pm)
•	Academic Counseling:	 Offers	 students	 assistance	 in	 exploration	 of	 career/life	 goals,	
  interpretation	 of	 placement	 test	 results,	 educational	 planning	 and	 appropriate	 course	
                                                                                                           paTHWaYs To TeaCHing prograM
  selection,	 and	 university	 transfer	 planning.	 Counselors	 also	 provide	 orientation	 and	           Room	D-104-N	                                                                        714-628-4797
  advisement	to	new	students.                                                                              (Call	for	hours	of	operation)
•	Career Counseling:	Assists	students	in	the	development	of	their	career/life	goals.	This	                 The	 Pathways	 to	 Teaching	 Program	 is	 designed	 to	 encourage	 students	 to	 pursue	 an	
  service	 is	 provided	 through	 individual	 counseling,	 workshops,	 and	 courses	 taught	 by	           education	 leading	 to	 the	 teaching	 profession.	 Our	 primary	 goal	 is	 to	 work	 with	 students	
  counselors.                                                                                              to	support	their	efforts	toward	successful	university	transfer	and	eventual	admission	to	a	
•	Personal Counseling:	Provided	to	students	who	need	assistance	with	problems	affecting	                   credential	program.
  their	 academic	 progress.	The	 emphasis	 is	 on	 short	 term	 counseling	 focused	 on	 area	 of	        Our	services	include	the	following:
  concern.                                                                                                 •	 Academic	Counseling
                                                                                                           •	 informative	Workshops
DisaBLeD sTUDenTs                                                                                          •	 Financial	Aid	and	Scholarship	information
SCC	DiSABLED	STUDENTS	PROGRAMS	&	SERviCES	(DSPS)                                                           •	 Transfer	information	and	Assistance
Room	E-105	                                                                         714-628-4860           •	 Appointments	with	University	Representatives
TTY/TDD	(Telecommunications	Device	For	The	Deaf)	                                   714-639-9742	          •	 Teacher	Education	Resource	information
DSPS	 provides	 instructional	 support	 services	 and	 academic	 accommodations	 to	 students	             •	 Fieldwork	Experience	Opportunities
with	 disabilities	 attending	 the	 college.	 Students	 are	 responsible	 for	 requesting	 services	       •	 Future	Teachers	Club
and	providing	disability	verification.	To	apply	for	services,	students	must	meet	with	a	DSPS	
professional	to	have	their	needs	evaluated.	Assessment	for	learning	disabilities	eligibility	is	           psYCHoLogiCaL serViCes
available	to	students	experiencing	ongoing	academic	difficulties.                                          health	and	Wellness	Center,	T-102	                                          714-628-4766	
                                                                                                           Currently	enrolled	students	at	either	campus	who	have	paid	the	health	Fee	are	invited	to	
eXTenDeD opporTUniTY prograM anD serViCes                                                                  visit	the	Santiago	Canyon	College	health	Center	for	individual	and	group	counseling	on	a	
EOPS/CARE	(Cooperative	Agencies	Resources	for	Education)                                                   short-term	basis,	for	personal	problems,	chemical	dependency,	stress,	and	low	self-esteem.	
Room	E-108	                                                                          714-628-4915	         if	appropriate,	referrals	are	made	to	community	agencies.	Appointments	can	be	made	by	
(Call	for	hours	of	operation)                                                                              calling	the	health	Center	at	714-628-4773.	Stop	by	or	call.
EOPS	is	a	state	funded	program	which	provides	special	support	services	to	students	who	
need	 additional	 support	 due	 to	 financial	 and	 educational	 challeges.	 The	 ultimate	 goal	          sCHoLarsHips
of	 the	 program	 is	 to	 provide	 the	 opportunity	 and	 support	 necessary	 for	 each	 student	 to	      Room	A-206A	                                                                     714-628-4793	
undertake	and	complete	an	education	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.	EOPS	also	houses	the	                      (hours:	Monday–Thursday	8:30am–5:00pm;	and	Friday	8:30am–11:30am)
CARE	program,	which	provides	additional	support	services	for	single	parents	with	children	                 The	SCC	Scholarship	Program	offers	scholarships	to	incoming,	continuing	and	graduating/
under	the	age	of	14.	For	more	information	and	eligibility	criteria,	please	stop	by	or	call	the	            transferring	SCC	students.	The	program	opens	during	the	last	week	of	January	and	closes	
EOPS	office.                                                                                               the	 second	 week	 in	 March.	 information	 and	 application	 packets	 are	 available	 in	 the	
                                                                                                           Scholarship	Office,	the	Counseling	and	Career	Center,	Admissions,	Financial	Aid,	and	Student	
finanCiaL aiD                                                                                              Activities	offices.	Awards	are	announced	during	a	special	ceremony	in	May,	and	funds	are	
Room	E-104	                                                                             714-628-4876	      available	for	the	following	fall	semester.
(hours:	Monday–Thursday	9am–6pm,	Friday	8am–12pm)                                                          The	 Scholarship	 Program	 operates	 under	 the	 umbrella	 of	 Financial	Aid.	 Santiago	 Canyon	
The	 Financial	Aid	 Office	 administers	 federal	 and	 state	 student	 aid	 programs	 designed	 to	        College	 offers	 numerous	 Scholarship	 Awards	 each	 year	 to	 eligible	 student	 applicants.	
assist	students	who	are	unable	to	meet	the	cost	of	education.	Since	the	application	process	               Awards	 sponsored	 by	 the	 college,	 SCC	 Foundation	 and	 many	 community	 donors,	
can	take	a	number	of	weeks,	students	are	encouraged	to	complete	the	Free	Application	for	                  range	 from	 $50.00	 to	 $2000	 and	 are	 awarded	 to	 incoming	 Freshmen,	 continuing	
Federal	Student	Aid	(FAFSA)	in	early	Spring	(January–May)	for	the	following	Fall	semester.	                sophomores,	 and	 graduating	 transferring	 students	 who	 meet	 the	 scholarship	 criteria.	
in	 addition	 to	 the	 FAFSA,	 applicants	 for	 financial	 aid	 will	 be	 notified	 if	 any	 additional	   Eligibility	 information,	 applications,	 and	 the	 Annual	 Scholarship	 handbook	 may	
documents	are	needed	to	complete	their	application.	See	the	center	insert	in	this	schedule	                be	 obtained	 from	 the	 Scholarship	 Program	 office	 located	 in	 A-206-A.	 Contact	 the	
for	 further	 details	 and	 contact	 the	 Financial	 Aid	 Office	 for	 more	 information.	 visit	 our	     Scholarship	 Program	 for	 application	 details	 at	 714-628-4793	 or	 visit	 us	 online	 at	  	
website	at	sccollege.edu	to	assist	you	through	the	financial	aid	process.                                  www.sccollege.edu/studentservices/scholarships.	


    CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY                                                                                                     firsT CLass MeeTing
    Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	 students	                                               Make sure you attend the first class meeting!
    enrolled	by	the	beginning	of	instruction	may	be	discontinued .	                                            Attendance	 at	 the	 first	 meeting	 of	 a	 class	 is	 advised	 because	 of	
    Any	class	which	does	not	maintain	satisfactory	attendance	                                                 enrollment	 demands.	 	Any	 student	 not	 reporting	 to	 the	 first	 class	
    may	be	discontinued .                                                                                      meeting	may	be	dropped	from	the	roll	sheet.



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serViCes for sTUDenTs (continued)
sTUDenT CLUBs anD organiZaTions
Room	A-206	                                                                     714-628-4917             sanTiago CanYon CoLLege
The	 inter-Club	 Council	 (iCC)	 represents	 approximately	 15	 active	 student	 organizations	
on	 campus	 to	 promote	 leadership	 development,	 networking	 &	 communication	 skills,	 and	           foUnDaTion
student	life	on	campus.	For	more	information	and/or	to	form	a	new	student	organization,	                 The	Santiago	Canyon	College	Foundation	was	incorporated	in	1998	
please	visit	A-206	or	email	icc@sccollege.edu.	                                                          as	a	not-for-profit	corporation	to	assist	in	the	planning	and	execution	
Current	student	organizations:
•	 EOPS	Club	                              •	 American	Red	Cross	Club                                    of	 fund	 raising	 activities	 for	 our	 college.	 We	 also	 sponsor	 many	
•	 Psychology	Club	                        •	 Teachers	for	Tomorrow                                      opportunities	 for	 individuals	 and	 businesses	 to	 become	 actively	
•	 Math	Club	                              •	 California	Land	Surveyors	Association                      involved	in	the	future	of	the	college	and	its	students.	here	are	a	few	
•	 Philosophical	Society	                                                                                of	the	ways	you	can	join	us	...
•	 Unite	the	People	                       honor	Societies:
•	 Business	Club	(Phi	Beta	Lambda)	        •	 Phi	Theta	Kappa                                            •	Scholarships	for	incoming,	continuing	and	transferring	students.
•	 SCC	Student	Revival	                    •	 Psi	Beta
•	 Libertarian	Club	                       •	 Sigma	Chi	Eta                                              •	The	 gallery	 at	 SCC	 raising	 funds	 to	 sustain	 an	 art	 gallery	 on	 our	
                                                                                                           campus.
sTUDenT LeaDersHip insTiTUTe                                                                             •	Brick-by-Brick	 Program	 raising	 capital	 to	 enhance	 new	 building	
Room	A-206	                                                                          714-628-4917
The	Student	Leadership	institute	(SLi)	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	is	a	non-credit	certificate	             construction.
program	in	partnership	with	CSUF.	SLi	students	are	required	to	attend	a	series	of	workshops	             •	Annual	hawks	Golf	Tournament	supporting	the	SCC	Foundation	and	
and	will	earn	a	leadership	certificate	from	CSUF	upon	program	completion.	Workshops	are	
                                                                                                           the	SCC	Athletic	program,	and	the	Fall	TGiF	Celebration	fundraiser.
offered	through	SCC	and	focus	on	developing	necessary	skills	for	effective	leadership	and	
overall	 character.	 Participation	 is	 FREE	 and	 open	 to	 all	 current	 SCC	 students.	 There	 are	   •	Art	Acquisition	Program	providing	works	of	student	art	for	display	
no	 minimum	 unit	 requirements,	 specific	 GPA	 nor	 prior	 leadership	 experience	 needed	 to	           throughout	the	campus.
participate	in	the	program.		For	more	information,	please	email	sli@sccollege.edu.
                                                                                                         •	The	College	Endowment	Fund	building	a	strong	financial	future	for	
sTUDenT Life anD LeaDersHip                                                                                SCC.
Room	A-206	                                                                       714-628-4710
The	 Office	 of	 Student	 Life	 and	 Leadership	 promotes	 and	 supports	 students’	 co-curricular	      Please	 call	 us	 to	 learn	 more	 about	 these	 and	 other	 opportunities	
interests	 and	 provides	 excellent	 opportunities	 through	 the	 Student	 Leadership	 institute,	                                                                                  	
                                                                                                         at	 SCC...We	 welcome	 your	 call!	 714-628-4790	 or	 visit	 us	 online	 at	
the	 Associated	 Student	 Government	 (ASG),	 and	 student	 organizations.	 	 	 As	 a	 result	 of	       www.sccollege.edu/foundation
participation	 in	 Student	 Life	 and	 Leadership	 programs	 the	 successful	 Santiago	 Canyon	
College	student	will	develop	and	demonstrate	achievement	in	these	areas:                                 Best	Wishes,	
•	 Responsibility	and	Accountability	        •	 Resilience                                               Linda	Boone,	Sally	Dick,	Joe	Fortier,	Mike	hairston,		
•	 independence	and	interdependence	 •	 Appreciation	of	Differences                                      vikki	Murphy,	Dr.	Richard	Pitts,	Dean	Strenger,	Fred	Whitaker
•	 Goal	Oriented	                            •	 Tolerance	of	Ambiguity
•	 Self-Confidence/humility                                                                              Juan	vázquez,	President—SCC
                                                                                                         John	hernandez,	vice	President,	Student	Services
sTUDenT pLaCeMenT offiCe
Room	A-206-A	                                                                    714-628-4867	
(hours:	Monday–Thursday	8:30am–5:00pm	and	Friday	8:30am–11:30am)
The	 Student	 Placement	 Office	 assists	 currently	 enrolled	 students	 in	 obtaining	 student	
assistant/work	 study	 employment	 on	 campus	 and	 at	 approved	 community	 locations.	       	          Do You Know Where Your
Students	are	encouraged	to	take	advantage	of	this	excellent	opportunity	to	gain	work	skills	
while	attending	Santiago	Canyon	College.                                                                  student service fees go?
Transfer CenTer                                                                                           Your	fees	fund	the	following	programs	on	campus:
Counseling	Office,	D-104-N	                                                          714-628-4865	        •   Circuit	Training	Lab                •   Student	Book	Loan	Program
(Call	for	hours	of	Operation)                                                                             •   Inter	Club	Council                  •   Student	Job	Placement
The	Transfer	Center	provides	resources,	services,	trained	specialists,	and	counselors	to	assist	
                                                                                                          •   Language	Lab                        •   Student	Leadership	Programs
students	 who	 are	 preparing	 to	 transfer	 to	 a	 four-year	 college	 or	 university.	 Throughout	
                                                                                                          •   Library                             •   Transfer	Center
the	 year	 the	Transfer	 Center	 coordinates	 various	 transfer	 events.	These	 include	 university	
campus	 tours	 to	 four-year	 colleges	 and	 universities;	 one-to-one	 college	 representative	          •   Math	Study	Center                   •   Tutorial	Center
appointments;	UC	and	CSU	application	workshops;	college	and	university	transfer	fairs;	UC,	               •   Multicultural	Resource	Library      •   Writing	Center
CSU	and	private	university	catalogues;	informational	flyers;	computers	with	internet	access;	             •   Music	Department
college	resource	books;	UC	and	CSU	applications;	and	other	transfer	information.

TUToring CenTer                                                                                           Your	 Student	 Services	 Fees	 also	 provide	 you	 with	 discounted	 tickets	 to	
                                                                                                          the	 movies,	 amusement	 parks	 and	 athletic	 events .	 The	 following	 student	
Room	U-78	                                                                        714-628-4791	           activities	and	programs	also	benefit	from	your	Student	Services	Fees:
(SCC	hours:	M–Th	9:00am–7:00pm)
                                                                                                          • Asian/Pacific	American		                  • Spring/Fall	Fest	Activities
increase	your	learning	power	and	make	the	most	of	your	potential.	We	offer	tutoring,	group	
                                                                                                            Heritage	Month                            • Student	Club	Fairs
study	 sessions,	 exam	 reviews	 and	 study	 skills	 classes.	 Make	 an	 appointment	 or	 visit	 the	
                                                                                                          • Black	History	Month                       • Student	Government	Elections	
Tutorial	Center.
                                                                                                          • Commencement                                (Fall	&	Spring)
VeTeran’s serViCes                                                                                        • Invisible	Angels                          • Tailgates	at	Athletic	Events
Santa	Ana	College	(Admin.	Bldg.,	Room	S-216)	                                  714-564-6050               • Hispanic	Heritage	Month                   • Women’s	History	Month
RSCCD	offers	services	to	veterans	with	a	refresher	program	that	starts	at	any	time,	over	110	             • Native	American	Heritage	Month            • And	many	free	giveaways—
Associate	Degree	programs,	job	placement,	financial	aid,	counseling,	tutoring,	and	Learning	              • Spring	&	Fall	Welcome	Back	                 including	food	and		
                                                                                                            Activities                                  SCC	memorabilia
Center	services.	visit	the	veteran’s	Center	in	the	Administration	building	or	call	to	find	out	
the	requirements	and	benefits	for	programs	to	which	you	may	be	entitled.



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aCaDeMiC pLanning
    prereQUisiTes anD CoreQUisiTes
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS
if	 you	 should	 see	 the	 words	 Prerequisite	 and	 Corequisite,	 in	 the	 class	 schedule,	     CoUrse eXCepTion LisT
it	 is	 important	 for	 you	 to	 understand	 the	 definitions	 of	 these	 terms.	 Note	 that	
prerequisites	and	corequisites	can	be	challenged.	See	Prerequisite	Challenge	Policy,	             The	courses	listed	below	are	EXEMPT	from	participation	in	the	matriculation	
on	this	page,	for	more	information.                                                               process	 (orientation,	 assessment	 advisement,	 placement,	 and	 follow-up).	
                                                                                                  however,	 students	 are	 encouraged	 to	 complete	 assessment	 and	 other	
PREREqUISITE                                                                                      matriculation	services.
Prerequisite	indicates	a	condition	of	enrollment	that	a	student	is	required	to	meet	
in	order	to	demonstrate	current	readiness	for	enrollment	in	a	course	or	educational	              ACCOUNTiNG	–	All	Accounting	Courses
program.	A	 prerequisite	 represents	 a	 set	 of	 skills	 or	 a	 body	 of	 knowledge	 that	 a	
student	must	possess	prior	to	enrollment	and	without	which	the	student	is	highly	                 APPRENTiCEShiP	–	All	Apprenticeship	Courses
unlikely	 to	 succeed	 in	 the	 course	 or	 program.	 Students	 will	 not	 be	 permitted	 to	
enroll	in	such	courses	and	programs	without	the	appropriate	prerequisite.                         ART	–	Art	122,	124,	128,	130,	131,	140A,	140B,	141,	161,	183,	186,	221,	
                                                                                                  230,	231,	232,	233,	234,	240,	241,	242,	250
COREqUISITE
Corequisite	indicates	a	condition	of	enrollment	consisting	of	a	course	that	a	student	            BUSiNESS	–	All	Business	Courses
is	required	to	simultaneously	take	in	order	to	enroll	in	another	course.	A	corequisite	
represents	 a	 set	 of	 skills	 or	 a	 body	 of	 knowledge	 that	 a	 student	 must	 acquire	      COMPUTER	SCiENCE	–	All	Computer	Science	Courses
through	 concurrent	 enrollment	 in	 another	 course	 and	 without	 which	 the	 student	
is	highly	unlikely	to	succeed.	Students	must	concurrently	enroll	in	the	corequisite	              ENviRONMENTAL	STUDiES	–	All	Environmental	Studies	Course
course.
                                                                                                  EXERCiSE	SCiENCE	–	Activities,	Fitness
PREREqUISITE CHALLENGE POLICY AND PROCEDURES                                                      FRENCh	–	French	101,	201	&	202
COURSE PREREqUISITE POLICY
                                                                                                  iTALiAN	–	italian	101,	201	&	202
Prerequisite	means	the	preparation	or	previous	course	work	considered	necessary	
for	success	in	the	course.	The	College	requires	students	to	complete	prerequisites	               MANAGEMENT	&	MARKETiNG	–	All	Management	&	Marketing	Courses
as	pre-enrollment	preparation.	Prerequisites	which	are	listed	in	the	college	catalog	
include:                                                                                          MUSiC	–	Music	121,	122,	123,	124,	135,	136,	161,	163,	185,	186,	187,	188
1.	 Courses	for	which	specific	prerequisites	have	been	established,
2.	 Sequential	course	work	in	a	degree-applicable	program,	and                                    PUBLiC	WORKS	-	All	Public	Works	Courses
3.	 Courses	in	which	an	equivalent	prerequisite	exists	at	a	four-year	transfer	college	           SPANiSh	–	Spanish	101,	201	&	202
    or	university.
Questions	about	prerequisites	are	best	resolved	with	a	counselor	or	instructor	prior	             TELEviSiON/viDEO	COMMUNiCATiONS	–	Television/video		
to	the	first	day	of	class.                                                                        	 Communications	298

PREREqUISITE CHALLENGE PROCESS / WAIVER PROCESS                                                   WATER	UTiLiTY	SCiENCE	–	All	Water	Utility	Science	Courses
A	 prerequisite	 challenge	 requires	 written	 documentation	 explaining	 alternative	
course	work,	background	or	abilities	which	adequately	prepare	the	student	for	the	
course.	A	Prerequisite	Challenge	Form	can	be	obtained	from	the	appropriate	division	
office.	Prerequisites	may	be	challenged	for	one	or	more	of	the	following	reasons:
1.	 The	 college	 has	 not	 developed	 the	 prerequisite	 according	 to	 its	 established	        CLass DisConTinUanCe poLiCY
    procedures	 or	 has	 not	 developed	 the	 prerequisite	 in	 accord	 with	 existing	
                                                                                                  Any	 class	 in	 which	 there	 is	 not	 a	 minimum	 of	 20	 students	
    statutes.
                                                                                                  enrolled	 by	 the	 beginning	 of	 instruction	 may	 be	 canceled .	
2.	 The	prerequisite	is	discriminatory	or	is	being	applied	in	a	discriminatory	fashion.           Any	 class	 which	 does	 not	 maintain	 satisfactory	 attendance	
3.	 	 he	College	has	not	made	the	prerequisite	course	reasonably	available.
    T                                                                                             may	be	canceled .
4.	 The	 student	 has	 documented	 knowledge	 and	 abilities	 equivalent	 to	 those	
    specified	in	the	prerequisite	course.                                                         CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange
The	 challenge	 will	 be	 reviewed	 by	 a	 committee	 consisting	 of	 the	 division	 dean,	       The	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	has	made	
or	 designee,	 department	 chair,	 or	 designee,	 and	 one	 department	 or	 division	             every	reasonable	effort	to	determine	that	everything	stated	
representative	or	designee.                                                                       in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	 accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	
if	space	is	available	in	a	course	when	a	student	files	a	challenge	to	the	prerequisite	           offered,	together	with	other	matters	contained	herein,	are	
or	 corequisite,	 the	 district	 shall	 reserve	 a	 seat	 for	 the	 student	 and	 resolve	 the	   subject	 to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	
challenge	in	a	timely	manner.	if	no	space	is	available	in	the	course	when	a	challenge	            the	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	for	reasons	
is	filed,	the	challenge	shall	be	resolved	prior	to	the	beginning	of	registration	for	the	         related	to	student	enrollment,	level	of	financial	support,	or	
next	term	and,	if	the	challenge	is	upheld,	the	student	shall	be	permitted	to	enroll	if	           for	any	other	reason,	at	the	discretion	of	the	District .
space	is	available	when	the	student	registers	for	that	subsequent	term.



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aCaDeMiC pLanning (continued)
      eDUCaTionaL opTions                                                                         ASSOCIATE	DEGREE	REQUIREMENTS	•	2011–2012

     I. Unit and Residency Requirements                          IV. Required Proficiencies                               	 B.	 Students	may	challenge	courses	under	"A"	
                                                                                                                                    above,	through	Credit	by	Examination.	
	     	 60	UNiTS,	with	at	least	a	2.0	grade	point	aver-      	     	 NOTE:	The	proficiencies	and	requirements	listed	
                                                                                                                                    Students	should	plan	to	schedule	a	credit	
                                                                     in	iv.	Required	Proficiencies,	v.	Oral	Communica-
        age.	At	least	12	of	the	units	must	be	earned	at	                                                                            by	examination	test	at	least	one	semester	
                                                                     tion	Requirement	and	vi.	Computer	Skills	and	
        the	college	and	at	least	6	of	those	units	must	                                                                             prior	to	anticipated	graduation.	This	will	
                                                                     Applications	Requirement	may	also	be	used	
        be	in	courses	required	for	the	major.	Units	                                                                                allow	students	to	enroll	in	a	course	if	the	
                                                                     to	meet	General	Education	Requirements	in	
                                                                                                                                    exam	is	not	passed.
        earned	at	an	accredited	college	or	university	               groups	A	through	F	where	appropriate.	Courses
        on	a	Pass/No	Pass	basis	will	be	counted	toward	              taken to meet these proficiencies must be            	   	 	     Students	are	to	follow	the	Credit	by	Exami-
                                                                     completed with a grade of C or better.                           nation	procedure	listed	in	the	catalog.
        the	degree	requirements	of	the	college,	to	a	
                                                                                                                          NOTE:	 Schedules	for	proficiency	examinations	are	
        maximum	of	15	units.                                 	     	 A .	 Reading
                                                                                                                          announced	each	semester	in	the	Schedule	of	Classes.	
                                                             	     	 	    1.	 Satisfactory	score	on	the	reading	skills	   Applicants	must	be	currently	enrolled	or	completing	
    II. General Education Requirements                                        portion	of	the	SCC/SAC	Reading	Place-       graduation	requirements	in	order	to	take	the	profi-
                                                                              ment	instrument,	OR                         ciency	examinations.	Students	who	do	not	achieve	a	
	     	 24	semester	units	of	general	education	which	
                                                             	     	 	    2.	 Successful	completion	of	any	Reading	       satisfactory	score	on	the	English	Writing	Proficiency	
        include	one	course	or	more	as	indicated	in	                                                                       Examination	may	not	challenge	that	examination	but	
                                                                              course	at	the	100	level,	OR
        group	requirements	A,	B,	C,	D,	E,	and	F.	Note:	                                                                   must	satisfactorily	complete	an	approved	course	as	
                                                             	     	 	    3.	 A	“C”	grade,	or	better	in	9	units	of	       listed	in	the	graduation	requirements.
        See	Plan	A,	on	the	next	page	for	specific	course	
                                                                              general	education	courses	for	the	
        requirements.	A	single	course	may	be	used	to	                         Associate	Degree	in	Areas	A	(Natural	       PETITION FOR GRADUATION AND
        meet	only	one	category	requirement.                                   Sciences)	-	3	units;	B	(Social	and	         CATALOG RIGHTS:
                                                                              Behavioral	Sciences)-	3	units	each	in	      Petitions	for	graduation	should	be	filed	in	the	Office	of	
	     	 Non	degree	applicable	courses	may	not be                                                                          Admissions	and	Records	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	
                                                                              B1	and	B2.
        used	for	graduation	requirements.                                                                                 when	 a	 student	 has	 completed	 30	 units	 or	 at	 least	
                                                             	     	 B .	 Mathematics                                     one	semester	before	the	student	expects	to	graduate.	
        IMPORTANT NOTE:	The	list	of	courses	will	be	         	     	 	    1.	 Completion	of	Mathematics	080	or	           Students	 who	 maintain	 continuous	 enrollment	 have	
        subject	to	change	year	by	year,	but	students	                         081	or	any	other	3	unit	mathematics	        the	option	to	meet	the	associate	degree	or	certificate	
        are	assured	that	courses	taken	to	meet	General	                       course	numbered	above	the	level	of	         of	achievement	requirements	as	listed	in	the	catalog	in	
        Education	requirements	will	be	honored	if they                        080,	OR                                     effect	at	the	time	of	first	enrollment	or	any	subsequent	
                                                                                                                          year.	Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	completing	
        are approved for the academic year in                	     	 	    2.	 Score	on	the	RSCCD	mathematics	
                                                                                                                          at	least	one	course	each	catalog	year	(fall,	spring,	sum-
        which they are taken. Courses on this list                            placement	test	indicating	placement	in	
                                                                                                                          mer)	at	Santiago	Canyon	College	or	Santa	Ana	College.	
                                                                              a	mathematics	course	numbered	above	
        are approved beginning Fall 2011 and are                                                                          Completion	of	a	course	is	determined	by	a	letter	grade	
                                                                              the	level	of	080.
        valid through Summer 2012.                                                                                                                                                      	
                                                                                                                          or	 with	 one	 of	 the	 following	 notations:	W,	 NP,	 P,	 iC.	
                                                             	 v.	 Oral Communication Requirement                         A student who has an interruption of attendance
	     	 A	course	may	be	used	to	satisfy	a	major	require-                                                                  must use the catalog at the time of readmission or
                                                             	     	 Completion	of	3	units	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	
        ment	and	meet	a	general	education	category	                  better	from	the	following:	Communication	100	        one of subsequent continuous enrollment.
        requirement	(A-F).                                           or	100h	(interpersonal	Communication),	Com-          Commencement
                                                                     munication	101	(Group	Dynamics),	Commu-              Commencement	is	held	once	a	year	at	the	end	of	the	
        NOTE:	 The	requirements	in	parts	ii,	iv,	v	and	vi	
                                                                     nication	110	(Public	Speaking),	Communication	       spring	semester	for	those	students	who	complete	the	
        also	may	be	met	by	CSU	general	education	cer-                111	(Argumentation	and	Debate),	Commu-               requirements	 for	 graduation	 during	 the	 year	 or	 the	
        tification,	iGETC	certification,	or	by	submitting	           nication	134	(Oral	interpretation).                  summer	 semester.	 Student	 must	 submit	 a	 Petition	 to	
        a	transcript	showing	completion	of	a	bachelor’s	     	 VI.	 Computer Skills and                                   Graduate	to	participate	in	commencement.
        degree	from	an	accredited	institution,	or	by	               Applications Requirement                              NOTE: Transcripts from all colleges attended
        submitting	a	transcript	showing	completion	          	       Courses	meeting	the	computer	skills	and	             must be on file.
        of	an	Associate	of	Arts	or	Associate	of	Science	             applications	requirement	include	the	theories	
        degree	from	an	accredited	California	institution	            and	concepts	of	computer	technology	and/or	
                                                                     the	applied	technology	of	computers	in	various	
        within	a	ten-year	period	of	finishing	major	
                                                                     disciplines.	Such	courses	will	either	focus	on	
        requirements	(iii)	at	the	college.                           computer	technology	as	a	discipline	or	will	
                                                                     focus	on	computer	application	programs	as	a	
    III. Major Requirements                                          major	component	of	the	course.	This	require-
                                                                     ment	is	met	by	completing	one	of	the	following:
	     	 Each	degree	and	certificate	program	specifies	
                                                             	     	 A.	 Completion	of	one	of	the	following	courses	
        courses	required	for	the	major	(a	minimum	of	                     with	a	grade	of	C	or	better:
        18	units).	Students	must	complete	these	courses	     	     	 	    Art	195	
        with	a	grade	of	C	or	better.	See	instructional	                   Business	150	                                         The	information	above	was	in	effect	at	press	time.	
        Programs	Section.                                                 Computer	information	Systems	101	                     Please	consult	a	counselor	before	enrolling.
                                                                          Computer	Science	100
                                                             	


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    assoCiaTe Degree (continued)                                                                                    Required	Proficiencies/Requirements

Required Proficiencies/Requirements                            C. Humanities                                             E. Language and Rationality
NOTE:	See	previous	page,	IV. Required Proficiencies,              (3	units	are	required)                                    (6	units	are	required)
and Requirements V and VI	for	specific	requirements	              Anthropology	104                                          Select	one	course	from	E1	and	one	course	from	E2.
for	the	following:                                                Art	100	or	100h,	101,	102,	110                            E1. English Composition
                                                                  Dance	100                                                     English 101 or 101H with	 a	 grade	 of	 “C”	
Courses	taken	to	meet	these	proficiencies/requirements	
                                                                  Foreign	Language:                                             or	better.
must	be	completed	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better.
                                                                      French	101,	102,	194,	196,	201,	202
                                                                                                                            E2. Communication and
NOTE: A	single	course	may	be	used	to	meet	only	one	                   italian	101,	102,	194,	195,	201,	202
                                                                                                                                Analytical Thinking
category	requirement	(A-F)	in	Section	ii.	however,	a	course	          Spanish	101	or	101h	or	101A	&	101B,	102	or	
                                                                                                                                includes	mathematics,	logic,	statistics,	computer	
may	be	used	to	meet	both	a	required	proficiency	(iv)	or	              102h,	194,	195A,	195B,	201,	202,	213
                                                                                                                                languages	 and	 programming	 and	 related	
requirement	(v	or	vi),	as	well	as	one	of	the	categories	          Literature:
                                                                                                                                disciplines.
of	General	Education	Courses	on	Plan	A	(ii).                          English	102	or	102h,	231,	232,	233A,	233B,	241,	
                                                                      242,	270,	271,	272                                        Communication	101,	110,	111
Courses	which	meet	the	requirements	for	part	ii	of	Plan	                                                                        Computer	 Science	 100	 or	 100h,	 105,	 111
                                                                  Music	101	or	101h,	102
A	 at	 Santa	Ana	 College	 will	 automatically	 meet	 the	                                                                      Counseling	144
                                                                  Philosophy	106	or	106h,	108,	112,	115,	118,	120
identical	requirements	for	part	ii	of	Plan	A	at	Santiago	                                                                       English	103	or	103h
                                                                  Sign	Language	110,	111,	112,	116
Canyon	College.                                                                                                                 Mathematics	 080,	 081,	 105,	 140,	 150,	 160,	
                                                                  Television/video	Communications	101,	103,	104,	105
                                                                  Theatre	Arts	100,	103,	104                                    170,	180	or	180h,	185,	219	or	219h,	280,	287,	
II. Required General Education Courses – Plan A                                                                                 290,	295
                                                               D. Cultural Breadth                                              Philosophy	110,	111,	144
A. Natural Sciences
                                                                  (3	units	are	required)                                        Reading	102,	150
   (3	units	are	required)
                                                                                                                                Social	Science	219	or	219h
                                                                  Anthropology	100	or	100h,	104
    Anthropology	101
                                                                  Business	106
    Astronomy	109,	110,	112,	140                                                                                         F. Lifelong Understanding and
                                                                  Chicano	Studies	101
    Biology	109	or	109h,	109L,	139,	149,	177,	200,	                                                                         Self-Development
                                                                  Communication	120	or	120h,	225	or	225h
    211,	229,	239,	259                                                                                                   	 (3	units	are	required)
                                                                  English	246,	271,	272,	278
    Chemistry	119,	209,	210,	219                                                                                            Select	one	course	from	F1	and	one	course	from	F2.
                                                                  Ethnic	Studies	101
    Earth	Science	110,	115                                                                                                  No	more	than	one	unit	may	be	counted	from	F2.
                                                                  Exercise	Science	109,	110
    Environmental	Studies	200,	259
                                                                  Geography	100	or	100h,	102                                f1: Business	130
    Geography	101
                                                                  history	124,	127,	152,	162                                    Communication	102
    Geology	101,	101L,	142,	150,	201
                                                                  human	Development	221                                         Counseling	101,	113,	116,	125
    Physical	Science	115
                                                                  Music	102,	103                                                Exercise	 Science	 100,	 102,	 110,	 111,	 112
    Physics	109,	210,	217,	279
                                                                  Philosophy	112                                                interdisciplinary	Studies	155
                                                                  Psychology	170                                                Library	&	information	Studies	100
B. Social and Behavioral Sciences
                                                                  Sign	Language	116                                             Mathematics	030
	 (6	units	are	required)
                                                                  Women’s	Studies	101,	102,	201                                 Nutrition	&	Food	115
   Select	one	course	from	B1	and	one	course	from	B2.
                                                                                                                                Philosophy	111
    B1. American Institutions                                                                                                   Psychology	230
        history	118,	120	or	120h,	121	or	121h,	122                                                                              Reading	097
        Political	Science	101	or	101h                                                                                           Sociology	112
    B2. Social Science Elective                                                                                             f2: Exercise	Science	115–289	excluding	275,	285
        Anthropology	100	or	100h
        Criminal	Justice	101
        Economics	120,	121
        Geography	100	or	100h,	102
        history	101	or	101h,	102	or	102h
        human	Development	107,	110
        Political	 Science	 101	 or	 101h,	 226,	 230
        Psychology	100	or	100h
        Sociology	100	or	100h




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   assoCiaTe Degree anD CerTifiCaTe prograMs (continued)

profiCienCY eXaMinaTions for THe                                                   CerTifiCaTe of aCHieVeMenT prograMs
assoCiaTe Degree                                                                   A	“Certificate	of	Achievement	(18	or	more	units	or	state	approved	under	
Students	may	satisfy	the	English	writing,	reading,	and	computational	skills	       18	 units)	 is	 a	 verification	 of	 achievement	 in	 a	 particular	 academic	 or	
required	for	the	Associate	Degree	by	achieving	a	satisfactory	score	on	the	        occupational	area,	and	it	will	be	included	on	the	official	transcript.”	Certificate	
appropriate	proficiency	test	in	each	skill	area	or	by	fulfilling	other	options	    of	achievement	programs	normally	include	only	those	courses	which	have	a	
as	listed	under	the	Associate	Degree	Requirements	in	the	class	schedule.           direct	bearing	upon	specialized	occupational	competency	since	the	certificate	
Students	 taking	 the	 proficiency	 examinations	 must	 be	 currently	 enrolled	   has	the	sole	objective	of	immediate	employment	in	a	specialized	area.	For	this	
at	RSCCD.	Students	who	do	not	achieve	a	satisfactory	score	on	the	English	         reason	there	is	no	general	education	requirement	in	a	certificate	program.	
Writing	Proficiency	Examination	may	not	rechallenge	that	examination	but	          Santiago	Canyon	College	certificate	programs	are	described	in	the	catalog	
must	satisfactorily	complete	an	approved	course	as	listed	in	the	graduation	       section	on	college	credit	instructional	programs.	To	qualify	for	a	certificate	
requirements.                                                                      of	achievement,	a	candidate	must	meet	the	following	requirements:

reaDing profiCienCY eXaMinaTion (i.D. reQUireD)                                    1.	 Courses:	Courses	are	designated	for	the	specific	certificate.	
At	 Santiago	 Canyon	 College,	 the	 Reading	 Proficiency	 Exam	 is	 given	 by	    2.	 Grades:	At	least	a	C	grade	in	each	course	required	for	the	certificate,	
appointment	only—call	714-628-4985.	The	Proficiency	test	may	be	taken	                 unless	otherwise	specified.	Credit	by	Examination	may	also	be	used	
only	once	each	semester.                                                               to	gain	credit	for	required	courses.
MaTHeMaTiCs profiCienCY eXaMinaTion                                                3.	 Pass/No Pass:	A	Pass/No	Pass	course	is	acceptable	toward	the	
To	make	arrangements	to	take	the	Math	Department	Proficiency	                          certificate	if	it	is	required	for	the	certificate	and	(a)	offered	on	a	Pass/
Examination,	contact	the	Placement	Testing	Center	at	714-628-4985.                     No	Pass	basis	only	or	(b)	if	the	Pass/No	Pass	is	earned	on	the	basis	of	
                                                                                       credit	by	examination.
CerTifiCaTe prograMs                                                               4.	 Residency:	Twelve	units	completed		
A	certificate	is	under	18	units	and/or	is	not	a	state	approved	program.	A	             at	Santiago	Canyon	College.	(Six	units	of	major	requirements	must	be	
certificate	is	verification	of	completion	in	a	particular	subject	matter.	A	cer-       completed	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.)
tificate	will	NOT	be	included	on	the	official	transcript.	Certificate	programs	
include	only	those	courses	which	focus	on	vocational	skills.	The	certificate	      5.	 Petition:	Petition	for	certificate	filed	by	the	student	with	the	Office	of	
has	the	sole	objective	of	employment	in	a	specialized	area	and	for	this	rea-           Admissions	and	Records	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.
son	there	are	no	general	education	requirements	in	a	certificate	program.
Santiago	Canyon	College	certificate	programs	are	described	in	the	catalog	
section	on	College	Credit	instructional	Programs.	                                   • sCC rates of student progress
                                                                                     • student right-To-Know act
                                                                                     The	rates	below	are	placed	here	in	accordance	with	the	federally	mandated	
                                                                                     Student	 Right-To-know	 Act .	 Of	 the	 degree,	 certificate	 or	 transfer	 seeking	
     Planning To Transfer?                                                           first-time	freshman	students	who	entered	SCC	in	Fall	2006,	the	“completion	
                                                                                     rate”	represents	those	students	who	earned	an	Associates	Degree,	certificate	
     www.assist.org                                                                  of	completion,	or	56	UC/CSU	transferable	credits	within	three	years .
                                                                                                                          2006 COHORT COMPLETION RATE
     Your	official	source	for	California	articulation	and	student	                                                            50%
     transfer	information .                                                                    2006	Cohort	                   40%
                                                                                               Completion	Rate                30%
                                                                                                                                                30%
                                                                                               sTaTe    2%                   20%      25%
                                                                                               sCC      0%                   10%

                                                                                                                               0%
                                                                                                                                      STATE     SCC

    CLass sCHeDULe sUBjeCT To CHange                                                                                         2006 COHORT TRANSFER RATE

     The	 Rancho	 Santiago	 Community	 College	 District	                                                                     50%

                                                                                               2006	Cohort	
     has	 made	 every	 reasonable	 effort	 to	 determine	                                                                     40%

                                                                                               Transfer	Rate                  30%
     that	 everything	 stated	 in	 this	 class	 schedule	 is	
                                                                                               sTaTe     17%                  20%
     accurate .	 Courses	 and	 programs	 offered,	 together	                                   sCC       17%                  10%      17%      17%

     with	 other	 matters	 contained	 herein,	 are	 subject	                                                                   0%
                                                                                                                                      STATE     SCC

     to	 change	 without	 notice	 by	 the	 administration	 of	
     the	Rancho	Santiago	Community	College	District	for	                             The	 “transfer	 rate”	 represents	 non-completer	 students	 who	 transferred	
                                                                                     to	any	other	two-	or	four-year	institution	within	three	years .	These	rates	
     reasons	 related	 to	 student	 enrollment,	 level	 of	                          do	not	represent	the	success	rates	of	the	entire	student	population	at	SCC	
     financial	 support,	 or	 for	 any	 other	 reason,	 at	 the	                     nor	do	they	account	for	student	outcomes	occurring	after	this	three-year	
     discretion	of	the	District .                                                    tracking	period .




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    generaL eDUCaTion BreaDTH reQUireMenTs for THe
    CaLifornia sTaTe UniVersiTY (CsU)                                                                                                 pLan B — 2011–2012

Students	planning	to	graduate	from	one	of	the	23	campuses	 C. Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Language                 D8: Political Science, Government, and
of	the	California	State	University	must	complete	48	semester	      (minimum 9 units)                                             Legal Institutions
units	in	general	education	breadth	courses.	Upon	request	          This area must include one course from C1 and                 Political	Science	101/101H,	200/200h,	201,	220,	221,	
Santiago	Canyon	College	will	verify	the	completion	(certify)	      one course from C2.                                           226,	230
of	up	to	39	units	of	lower	division	general	education	             C1: Arts (Art, Dance, Music, Theatre)                         D9: Psychology
requirements.	Nine	semester	units	of	general	education	units	      Art	100/100h,	101,	102                                        human	Development	107*
must	be	completed	at	the	upper-division	level	after	transfer.	     Dance	100                                                     Psychology	100/100h,	157*,	170,	200,	219,	230*,	240,	
Students	are	strongly	encouraged	to	meet	with	a	Santiago	          English	233A*,	233B*                                          250
Canyon	College	counselor	when	planning	to	transfer	to	a	           Music	101/101h,	102,	103,	104                                 Sociology	240
CSU	campus.                                                        Television/video	Communications	103,	104                      D10: Sociology and Criminology
                                                                   Theatre	Arts	100,	101,	103,	104                               Criminal	Justice	101
IMPORTANT NOTE:	 The	 list	 of	 certifiable	 courses	 will	 be	
subject	to	change	year	by	year,	but	students	are	assured	that	     C2: Humanities                                                Sociology	100/100h,	112*,	140/140h
courses	taken	to	meet	General	Education-Breadth	requirements	      English	102/102h,	231,	232,	233A*,	233B*,	241,	242,	      E. Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development
will	 be	 honored	 if they are approved for the academic           246,	270,	271,	272,	278                                      (minimum 3 units)
year in which they are taken. Courses on this list are             French	101,	102,	194,	196,	201,	202                          Only one unit from E2 can be used to satisfy Area E.
approved beginning Fall 2011 and are valid through                 history	101*/101h*,	102*/102h*,	152,	162
                                                                   italian	101,	102,	194,	195,	201,	202                         E1:
Summer 2012.                                                                                                                    Communication	102
                                                                   Philosophy	106/106h,	108,	112,	115,	118,	120
A. Communication in the English Language and                       Sign	Language	110,	111,	112,	116                             Counseling	101	(F	’07),	116,	125
     Critical Thinking                                             Spanish	101/101h,	101A**	and	101B**,	102/102h,	              Exercise	Science	100,	102,	110,	111,	112
     (minimum	9	units)                                             194,	195A,	195B,	201,	202                                    human	Development	107*
     The 9 units selected from this area must include at **Both courses must be completed for C2 credit.                        interdisciplinary	Studies	155*
     least one course from A1, A2, and A3. Each course                                                                          Nutrition	and	Food	115
     must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.           NOTE: The UNITED STATES HISTORY, CONSTITUTION                   Psychology	157*,	230*
     (C minus is not acceptable.)                                  AND AMERICAN IDEALS CSU graduation                           Sociology	112*
     A1: Oral Communication                                        requirement	may	be	met	by	completing	Political	              E2:
     Communication	100/100h,	101,	110,	111                         Science	101/101h	and	one	U.S.	history	course	from	the	       Exercise	Science	115–289	(Excluding	134,	136,	139,	
     A2: Written Communication                                     following:	history	118,	120/120h,	121/121h,	122,	124,	       173,	175,	275,	285)
     English	101/101h                                              127.	These	courses	(in	bold below)	may	also	be	used	to	
                                                                   meet	6	of	the	9	units	required	for	Area	D.                CERTIFICATION REqUIREMENTS
     A3: Critical Thinking
                                                                D. Social, Political, and Economic Institutions and          1.	 No	more	than	30	semester	units	may	be	certified	for	
     Communication	111
                                                                   Behavior; Historical Background                               areas	B	through	D	combined.
     Counseling	144
     English	103/103h                                              (minimum 9 units)                                         2.	 Pass/No	Pass	grades	are	accepted	for	certification	in	all	
     Philosophy	110/110h,	111,	144                                 Courses must be selected from at least 2 different            areas.	however,	letter	grades	may	be	recommended	or	
     Reading	150                                                   disciplines.                                                  required	for	specific	courses	in	a	given	major.	Each	CSU	
                                                                   D1: Anthropology and Archeology                               campus	may	also	limit	the	total	number	of	units	graded	
B. The Physical Universe and Its Life Forms                                                                                      Pass.
     (minimum	9	units)                                             Anthropology	100/100h,	103,	104
     The 9 units selected from this area must include at           D2: Economics                                             3.	 Grades	of	“C-”	earned	in	Areas	A1,	A2,	A3,	and	B4	will	
     least one course from B1, B2, and B4. The 9 units             Economics	120,	121                                            not	be	certified.
     must also include a corresponding lab component.              D3: Ethnic Studies                                        4	 A	single	course	may	not	meet	more	than	one	general	
     (Lab classes are in bold.) Courses in B4 must be              Chicano	Studies	101                                           education	requirement.
     completed with a grade of “C” or better. (C minus             English	278*                                              5.	 Certification	of	coursework	from	other	colleges	will	only	
     is not acceptable.)                                           Ethnic	Studies	101                                            be	granted	to	students	who	have	completed	a	minimum	
     B1: Physical Sciences                                         history	124*                                                  of	12	units	at	Santiago	Canyon	College.
     Astronomy	109,	110,	112,	140                                  Psychology	170                                            6.	 Courses	taken	at	other	California	Community	Colleges	
     Chemistry	119, 209, 210, 219                                  D4: Gender Studies                                            will	be	applied	to	the	subject	areas	in	which	they	
     Earth	Science	110,	115                                        Communication	225/225h                                        were	listed	by	the	institution	where	the	course	was	
     Geography	101                                                 English	278*                                                  completed.
     Geology	101,	101L,	150,	201                                   history	127*                                              7.	 Courses	taken	at	other	regionally	accredited	private	
     Physical	Science	115                                          Political	Science	221                                         institutions	(which	do	not	maintain	a	CSU	certification	
     Physics	109, 210, 211, 217, 279                               Women’s	Studies	101,	102,	201                                 list)	may	be	approved	for	certification	after	a	review	by	
     B2: Life Science                                              D5: Geography                                                 the	Santiago	Canyon	College	Articulation	Office.	Courses	
     Anthropology	101                                              Geography	100/100h,	102                                       completed	at	foreign	institutions	are	not	acceptable	for	
     Biology	109/109h,	109L, 139, 149,	177,	211, 212,	                                                                           certification.	Petitions	are	available	from	the	Santiago	
                                                                   D6: History
     214, 229, 239, 259                                                                                                          Canyon	College	Counseling	Department	and	must	be	
                                                                   history	101*/101h*,	102*/102h*,	118,	120/120H,	
     Environmental	Studies	259                                                                                                   accompanied	by	the	appropriate	documentation.
                                                                   121/121H,	122,	124*,	127*,	133, 152,	162
     B3: Laboratory Activity                                       (No	credit	for	history	122	if	taken	after		               8.	 Requests	for	certification	should	be	made	during	the	
     One	course	from	B1	or	B2	above	must	have	a	cor-               	history	120/120h	or	121/121h)                                semester	prior	to	the	last	term	of	attendance.	Please	
     responding	lab.	Lab	courses	are	listed	in	bold.                                                                             consult	the	class	schedule	or	the	Admissions	website	at	
                                                                   D7: Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science
     B4: Mathematics/quantitative Reasoning                        Chicano	Studies	101                                           www.sccollege.edu	or	the	Santiago	Canyon	College	
     Mathematics	105,	140,	150,	160,	170,	180/180h,	               Communication	120/120h                                        Counseling	department	for	deadline	information.
     219/219h                                                      Counseling	150
     Social	Science	219/219h                                       Exercise	Science	109
                                                                   human	Development	107*,	110                                 *Courses	may	be	listed	in	more	than	one	area,	but	will	
                                                                   interdisciplinary	Studies	155*                              NOT	be	certified	in	more	than	one	area.
                                                                   Television/video	Communications	105


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    inTersegMenTaL generaL eDUCaTion
    Transfer CUrriCULUM (igeTC)                                                                                                                            pLan C — 2011–2012

Completion	and	certification	of	all	the	requirements	in	               area 4—soCiaL & BeHaVioraL sCienCes                                      aMeriCan insTiTUTions reQUireMenT (ai)
the	intersegmental	General	Education	Transfer	Curriculum	              3 courses required, minimum 9 units from at least 2                      (Not part of IGETC. May be completed prior to transfer.)
(iGETC)	will	permit	a	student	to	transfer	from	Santiago	               disciplines or an interdisciplinary sequence.                            CSU	has	an	American	institutions	graduation	requirement	that	
                                                                       Anthropology	100*/100h*,	103,	104	
Canyon	College	to	a	campus	in	either	the	CALiFORNiA	                                                                                            is	separate	from	iGETC.	To	meet	the	CSU	requirement,	students	
                                                                       Chicano	Studies	101                                                      should	take	Political	Science	101*/101h*	AND	one	of	the	following	
STATE	UNivERSiTY	or	the	UNivERSiTY	OF	CALiFORNiA	                      Communication	225*/225h*	
system	without	the	need,	after	transfer,	to	take	additional	                                                                                    courses:	history	118,	120*/120h*,	121*/121h*,	122*,	124,	127.	
                                                                       Criminal	Justice	101	                                                    Some	CSU	campuses	may	not	permit	a	course	to	be	certified	for	
lower-division,	 general	 education	 courses	 to	 satisfy	             Economics	120,	121	                                                      Area	4	and	the	Ai	requirement.
campus	general	education	requirements.	Completion	of	                  Ethnic	Studies	101	
iGETC	does	not	guarantee	admission	to	a	UC	campus.	                    Geography	100*/100h*,	102	                                               UC	requires	the	completion	of	a	college	course	or	courses	with	
                                                                       history	118,	120*/120h*,	121*/121h*,	122*,	124,	127,	133,	               a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	OR	a	one-year	course	in	high	school	in	
Students	are	strongly	encouraged	to	meet	with	a	counselor	
                                                                       152,	162	                                                                U.S.	history	or	a	half-year	course	in	U.S.	history	and	a	half-year	
when	planning	to	transfer	to	a	UC	campus.                                                                                                       course	 in	American	 Government	 with	 grades	 of	“C”	 or	 better	
                                                                       human	Development	107*	
iMPORTANT	NOTE:	 The	list	of	certifiable	courses	will	be	subject	      interdisciplinary	Studies	155	                                           (UCLA	requires	grades	of	“B”).	Requirements	vary	by	UC	campus.	
to	change	year	by	year,	but	students	are	assured	that	courses	         Political	Science	101*/101h*,	200*/200h*,	201,	220,	221,	230	            Check	with	a	Santiago	Canyon	College	counselor	to	determine	
taken	to	meet	iGETC	requirements	will	be	honored	if	they	are	          Psychology	100*/100h,	157*,	170,	200,	219,	230,	240,	250		               which	course(s)	to	take.
approved	for	the	academic	year	in	which	they	are	taken.	Courses	       Sociology	100*/100h*,	140*/140h*,	240		
                                                                                                                                                CERTIFICATION REqUIREMENTS
on	this	list	are	approved	beginning	Fall	2011	and	are	valid	through	   Tv/video	Communications	105	
Summer	2012.                                                           Women’s	Studies	101*,	102,	201*.                                         1.	 Complete	 all	 courses	 used	 for	 iGETC	 certification	 with	 a	
                                                                                                                                                    minimum	grade	of	C	(C	minus	is	not	acceptable).	A	“Pass”	
area 1—engLisH CoMMUniCaTion                                           area —pHYsiCaL & BioLogiCaL sCienCes                                        is	acceptable	providing	it	is	equivalent	to	a	grade	of	C	or	
  C.S.U.:	 3	courses	required,	one	from	each	group.                    Minimum 7–9 semester units. One Physical Science course                      higher.
    U.C.:	 2	courses	required,	one	each	from	Group	A	and	B.            and one Biological Science course required. One course
                                                                                                                                                2.	 Request	 certification	 from	 the	 last	 California	 community	
                                                                       must include a corresponding laboratory. Lab courses are
group a: english Composition                                                                                                                        college	you	attend	prior	to	transfer	to	CSU	or	UC.	Requests	
                                                                       underlined.
1 course required, minimum 3 semester units.                                                                                                        should	 be	 made	 to	 the	 Office	 of	Admissions	 and	 Records	
English	101*/101h*                                                     group a: physical science	(minimum	3	units)                                  during	 the	 semester	 prior	 to	 the	 last	 term	 of	 attendance.	
                                                                       Astronomy	109,	110,	112,	140	                                                Please	consult	the	class	schedule	or	the	Santiago	Canyon	
group B: Critical Thinking-english Composition
                                                                       Chemistry	119*,	209*,	210,	219,	229	                                         College	Counseling	Department	for	deadline	information.
1 course required, minimum 3 semester units.
                                                                       Earth	Science	110,	115	(F	’07)	
English	103*/103h*                                                                                                                              3.	 Prior	to	requesting	certification,	have	official	transcripts	on	
                                                                       Geography	101*	
Philosophy	110*/110h*                                                                                                                               file	from	every	high	school	and	college	you	have	attended.
                                                                       Geology	101*,	101L,	150,	201	
group C: oral Communication (CsU onLY)                                 Physical	Science	115	                                                    4.	 Courses	taken	at	other	California	community	colleges	will	
1	course	required,	minimum	3	semester	units.                           Physics	109*,	210*,	211*,	217*,	227*,	237*,	279*,	289*.                      be	applied	to	the	subject	areas	in	which	they	are	listed	by	
Communication	100*/100h*	(F	’10),101,	110,	111                                                                                                      the	institution	where	the	work	was	completed.
                                                                       group B: Biological science	(minimum	3	units)
area 2—MaTHeMaTiCaL ConCepTs &                                         Anthropology	101	                                                        5.	 A	course	taken	at	a	regionally	accredited	private	institution	
QUanTiTaTiVe reasoning                                                 Biology	109*/109h*,	109L,	139,	177,	211,	212,	214,	229,	239,	                (which	does	not	maintain	an	iGETC	certification	list)	will	be	
1 course required, minimum 3 semester units.                           249,	259	                                                                    placed	in	the	subject	area	for	which	Santiago	Canyon	College	
Math	105,	140*,	150*,	170*,	180*/180h*,	185,	219*/219h*,	              Environmental	Studies	259.                                                   or	another	California	community	college	has	an	equivalent	
280,	287	(F	’10)	                                                                                                                                   course.	Equivalency	is	determined	by	Santiago	Canyon	College	
                                                                       area 6—LangUage oTHer THan engLisH (LoTe)                                    faculty.	 Petitions	 are	 available	 from	 the	 Santiago	 Canyon	
Social	Science	219*/219h*
                                                                       (UC onLY)                                                                    College	Counseling	Department	and	must	be	accompanied	
area —arTs & HUManiTies                                               This proficiency may be met by one of the following                          by	the	appropriate	documentation.
3 courses required, minimum 9 semester units, with at least            methods:
                                                                                                                                                6.	 Courses	completed	at	foreign	institutions	are	not	acceptable	
one course from Group A and one course from Group B.                   Satisfactory	 completion	 of	 two	 years	 of	 high	 school	
                                                                                                                                                    except	for	certification	of	competence	in	a	language	other	
                                                                       coursework	 in	 a	 language	 other	 than	 English	 with	 grades	
group a: arts	(minimum	3	units)                                                                                                                     than	English.
                                                                       of	 “C-”	 or	 better**;	 or	 completion	 of	 one	 of	 the	 following:	
Art	100*/100h*,	101,	102	                                              French	 101,	 italian	 101,	 Spanish	 101*/101h*,	 101B;	            	   7.	 Completing	iGETC	prior	to	transfer	is	strongly	recommended	
Dance	100	                                                             Sign	Language	110                                                            and	can	be	advantageous	in	the	admissions	process.	Partial	
Music	101*/101h*,	102,	103,	104	                                                                                                                    certification	is	permitted	if	the	student	has	completed	all	but	
Television/video	Communications	103,	104	                                                              or
                                                                       satisfactory	completion,	with	“C”	grades	or	better,	of	two	years	of	         two	(2)	courses	on	the	pattern.	Please	see	a	counselor	for	
Theatre	Arts	100,	101,	103,	104.                                                                                                                    guidelines.
                                                                       formal	schooling	at	the	sixth	grade	level	or	higher	in	an	institution	
group B: Humanities	(minimum	3	units)                                  where	the	language	of	instruction	is	not	English;
English	102*/102h*,	231,	232,	233A,	233B,	241,	242,	246,	271,	
                                                                                                       or
272,	278	
                                                                       3	or	higher	on	College	Board	Advanced	Placement	Examination,	5	
French	102,	201,	202	                                                                                                                            	      *	 Indicates	 that	 transfer	 credit	 may	 be	
                                                                       or	higher	on	international	Baccalaureate	higher	Level	Examination;	
history	101*/101h*,	102*/102h*	                                                                                                                            limited	by	either	UC	or	CSU	or	both .
                                                                       SAT	ii:	Subject	Tests	(see	counselor	for	required	scores);	grade	of	
italian	102,	201,	202	
                                                                       A,	B,	or	C	on	the	“O”	level	exam;	or	score	of	5,	6,	or	7	on	the	          	       	 Please	 consult	 with	 a	 counselor	 for	
Philosophy	106*/106h*,	108,	112,	115,	118,	120	
                                                                       “A”	level	exam                                                                      additional	information .
Sign	Language	111,	112,	116	
                                                                                                       or
Spanish	102*/102h*,	195A,	195B,	201,	202.                                                                                                        	    **	 Official	High	School	transcript	must	be	
                                                                       satisfactory	completion	of	an	achievement	test	administered	by	
                                                                       a	college	in	language	other	than	English	equivalent	to	two	years	                  on	file	in	the	admissions	office .
                                                                       of	high	school	language;	or	verification	of	student	competency	
                                                                       equivalent	to	two	years	of	high	school	language.




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                 Santiago Canyon College
        Continuing education—orange education Center
                                                            Mission sTaTeMenT
        The	 mission	 of	 the	 continuing	 education	 division	 is	 to	 offer	 a	 variety	 of	 free,	 noncredit	 classes,	 programs,	 and	
        services	that	enable	students	to	maximize	their	potential	by	acquiring	the	necessary	skills	to	reach	their	personal,	
        educational,	and	vocational	goals	so	that	they	can	benefit	from,	and	contribute	to,	a	changing	American	society	as	
        productive,	active	members	of	their	communities .




                                             Located	between	katella	Ave .	and	Taft	Ave .
                                              1465	North	Batavia	St .,	Orange,	CA	92867
                                                           714-628-5900
                                                      www.sccollege.edu/oec




                                                                                                                                                                                  ConTinUing eDUCaTion
           fall 2011 Classes Begin                                             Continuing education phone Listing
          Monday, august 29, 2011                                          Registration	/	Admissions	......................................................714-628-5900
            Continuing	Education	classes	are	                                                               .
                                                                           Adult	high	School	Diploma	Program	....................................714-628-5929
          offered	in	Orange	and	Anaheim	Hills .
                                                                                    .
                                                                           Bookstore	.............................................................................714-628-5924
            (For	specific	class	schedules,	see	the		
        Orange	Education	Center	Schedule	of	Classes		                      Child	Development	Center	................................................... 714-628-5925
         and	the	website	www.sccollege.edu/oec)
                                                                           Citizenship	........................................................................... 714-628-5928

                                                                           Counseling	........................................................................... 714-628-5929

                                                                           Administration	
       fall semester 2011 Calendar                                         	                                  .
                                                                                Jose	F.	vargas,	vice	President	........................................ 714-628-5905	
                                                                           	    James	Kennedy,	Dean	.................................................... 714-628-5946	
                                                                           	    Lori	Fasbinder,	Dean	...................................................... 714-628-5971	
    Instruction Begins ................................ August 29
                                                                           	                                        .
                                                                                Patricia	Alvano,	Associate	Registrar	 .............................. 714-628-5916

    holiday	(Labor	Day)	.................................September	5       instructional	Departments	
                                                                           	    Ethel	Jordan,	Coordinator	............................................. 714-628-5938	

    holiday	(veterans’	Day)	......................... November	11          	    	      Adults	with	Substantial	Disabilities,			
                                                                           	    	      Parent	Education,	health	&	Safety,		
                                                                           	    	      Adult	Basic	Education,	GED	Preparation,		
                          .
    holiday	(Thanksgiving)	.....................November	24-27
                                                                           	    	      high	School	Subjects
                                                                           	                            .
                                                                                Mary	Walker,	Coordinator	............................................. 714-628-5974	
    Instruction Ends .............................. December 17
                                                                           	    	      Citizenship,	English	as	a	Second	Language
                                                                           	    Connie	Wilson,	Coordinator	.......................................... 714-628-5937	
                                                                           	    	      Career	Technical	Education




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                       generaL inforMaTion                                                              insTrUCTionaL prograMs
                       Continuing	 Education	 offers	 free	 teacher-directed	 and	 self-paced	          Continuing education classes are free. Classes are in the
                       individualized	classroom	instruction.	Academic,	vocational,	basic	skills	        following:
                       and	 personal	 enrichment	 programs	 are	 available	 to	 adults	 18	 years	
                       or	older.                                                                         •   Adult	Basic	Education	(placement	test	required)
                                                                                                         •   Adult	high	School	Diploma	Program	(placement	test	required)
                       Students	currently	enrolled	in	secondary	schools	who	wish	to	attend	
                       continuing	 education	 classes	 may	 be	 admitted	 by	 special	 request	 of	      •   Citizenship
                       the	secondary	school	and	approval	from	OEC	admistration.                          •   English	as	a	Second	Language	(placement	test	required)
                                                                                                         •   Adults	with	Substantial	Disabilities
                       Students	 may	 register	 for	 classes	 throughout	 the	 year,	 providing	
                                                                                                         •   GED	Preparation
                       there	 is	 space	 available.	The	 open	 entry/open	 exit	 format	 allows	 for	
                       flexibility	in	planning.	Day,	evening,	and	Saturday	classes	are	offered	          •   health	and	Safety
                       at	convenient	community	locations.                                                •   Native	Language	Basic	Skills	for	Adults
                                                                                                         •   Parent	Education	Program
                       WHo MaY aTTenD                                                                    •   Business	Skills	Program
                       high	 school	 graduates	 and	 persons	 18	 years	 of	 age	 and	 over	 may	       For	 a	 complete	 schedule	 of	 continuing	 education	 classes,	 visit	 the	
                       enroll	in	continuing	education	classes.	                                         website	at	www.sccollege.edu/oec.
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                       regisTraTion                                                                     sTUDenT serViCes
                       Register	for	classes	in	person.	(Spaces	are	filled	on	a	first-come,	first-       Available to all registered students:
                       served	basis.)
                                                                                                        Counseling and Guidance
                       Location:         Orange Education Center                                        Provides	 academic,	 personal	 and	 career	 counseling,	 referrals	 to	
                       	                 1465	N.	Batavia	St.	                                           community	 resources,	 and	 orientation	 to	 continuing	 education	 and	
                       	                 Orange,	CA	92867	                                              college	programs.
                       	                 714-628-5900
                                                                                                        Career Services and Job Placement
                       Registration	 Registration	for	Business	Skills	classes		                         Continuing	Education	students	have	access	to	the	services	of	the	job	
                                     Begins July 6, 2011                                                placement	officer	on	the	Santiago	Canyon	College	campus,	as	well	as	
                       	                 Registration	for	ESL	and	all	other	classes		                   career	services	at	the	Orange	Education	Center.
                                         Begins July 11, 2011
                                                                                                        Assessment
                       Dates/Hours: Summer Office Hours (July 6 - August 19, 2011)                      A	 wide	 variety	 of	 academic,	 aptitude,	 vocational,	 interest	 and	 other	
                       	            Mon–Thu	8	am	–	8:15	pm	                                             assessments	are	provided	to	assist	the	adult	in	educational	and	career	
                                    Friday	8	am	–	11:30	am	 (subject	to	change)                         planning.	(For	more	information,	on	placement	testing,	see	page	8.)
                       	            Fall Office Hours Beginning August 22, 2011                         Child Development
                       	            Mon–Thu	8	am	–	8:15	pm	                                             Provides	 child	 development	 programs	 so	 students	 can	 pursue	 an	
                       	            Friday	&	Saturday	8	am	–	11:30	am	(8/27	closed)                     education	 while	 their	 children’s	 needs	 are	 being	 met.	 For	 more	
                       Off Site Classes: Continuing	education	classes	are	offered	at	                   information,	call	714-628-5925.
                       community	centers,	and	local	high	schools	in	Orange	and	Anaheim	                 Parking Fee
                       hills.	For	more	information,	call	714-628-5900.	Register in Class.               Parking	 at	 the	 Orange	 Education	 Center	 and	 most	 other	 community	
                                                                                                        sites	is	free.
                                       firsT CLass MeeTing                                              Textbooks and Supplies
                                                                                                        Textbooks	and	supplies	are	available	at	the	Orange	Education	Center	
                                Make sure you attend the first class meeting!
                                                                                                        bookstore.	A	 complete	 list	 of	 textbooks,	 including	 cost,	 required	 for	
                            Attendance	at	the	first	meeting	of	a	class	is	advised	                      each	class	is	posted	at	the	bookstore	entrance.
                            because	of	enrollment	demands .		Any	student	not	
                            reporting	to	the	first	class	meeting	may	be	dropped	
                            from	the	roll	sheet .



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  	         8045	East	Chapman,	Orange,	CA	92869		                             714-628-4927
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  ssgr      sUpersporTs goLf CenTer
  	         2190	Canal	St .,	Orange,	CA	92865		                               714-282-8880        2

  oeC       orange eDUCaTion CenTer, ConTinUing eDUCaTion
  	         1465	North	Batavia	St .,	Orange,	CA	92867	                        714-628-5900        3

  rsCCD     DisTriCT offiCe
  	         2323	North	Broadway,	Santa	Ana,	CA	92706	                         714-480-7300        4

  LsL       LUCKY sTriKe Lanes
  	         20	City	Boulevard	West	Suite	G2,	Orange,	CA	92868	                714-937-5263        5

  oCpW      orange CoUnTY pUBLiC WorKs                                        714-955-0200	
  	         2301	N .	Glassell	St .,	Conf .	Room	1A,	Orange,	CA	92865
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                           8045 East Chapman Avenue
                           Orange, CA 92869                                                                                                               MO–MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
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sCHeDULe of CLasses
  FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

                         BOARD OF GOVERNOR’S FEE WAIVER PROGRAM
      There are three ways for California residents to qualify to have their enrollment fee waived at SAC and SCC.
              Submit the completed BOGW form to the Financial Aid Office for Method A and Method B.

   BOGW A UNTAXED INCOME                                                BOGW B FAMILY INCOME
   Complete the BOGW application and provide the required               To be eligible, you must complete the BOGW application,
   documentation showing you or your family are receiving TANF,         signing a statement, under penalty of perjury, that the income
   Cal Works, SSI/SSP, or General Relief. You are also eligible if      information is true and that the family income does not exceed
   you have certification from the California Department of Veteran     the state income standards determining eligibility.
   Affairs or the National Guard Adjutant General that you are
   eligible for a dependent’s fee waiver, or if you are eligible as a   BOGW C FINANCIAL AID APPLICANT
   recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a     Complete the FAFSA application process, and provide the
   recipient, or a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001      Financial Aid office with all required documentation. Once the
   terrorist attack. In addition you are eligible as a dependent of a   need analysis is calculated, applicants with a least one dollar
   deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in        of unmet need will be provided with a BOGW C that will pay
   the line of duty. Verification of benefits is required.              the Enrollment Fee for the entire academic year and provide a
                                                                        refund to students who have already paid.


The Financial Aid Application Process:                                  Withdrawals and Repayments of
Apply Now for 2011–2012                                                 Financial Aid Funds
In order to apply for any financial aid program, you must complete      Federal regulations may require students to repay federal funds
the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and            if they drop or withdraw from all classes or drop below half-time
mail it to the processor or apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov by         status, or are dropped by the instructor due to excessive absence.
June 30, 2011. If you are required to use your parent(s) income         Based on the date of the COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL, the Financial
information, refer to the federal IRS Income Tax Forms. New             Aid Office is required to determine the amount, if any, of “unearned”
applications are available every January. Receive a PIN # before        federal financial aid received by the student. A calculation will be
you apply. Go to pin.ed.gov.                                            completed to determine if the student will owe a refund.
The state Cal Grant competition requires you to complete the            Please refer to catalog for more information.
FAFSA and to submit GPA verification. If you have completed 24
degree applicable units at Santa Ana College or Santiago Canyon         Try to successfully complete at least six units each semester, so
College, your GPA will be sent electronically. If not, you will need    that you are not required to pay back a portion of the funds you
to submit your high school GPA on the paper GPA Verification            have received. Dropping below half-time will affect your award.
form. Cal Grant deadlines are March 2nd and September 2nd.
                                                                        General Eligibility Requirements:
Once you have applied for financial aid, you will be notified by
                                                                          • Be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen.
the processor with a Student Aid Report (SAR), giving you the
Expected Family Contribution which determines your Pell Grant             • Have a high school diploma, pass the CAHSEE exam, or if
eligibility and BOGW C eligibility. The California Student Aid              you do not have a High school diploma, GED completion is
Commission will notify you of your Cal Grant eligibility. Each              acceptable. If none of the earlier qualifications apply, applicant
college you have listed on the FAFSA will mail you additional               must pass the Ability to Benefit examination or complete
forms to be completed and turned into the Financial Aid Office.             six college credit units applicable towards an educational
Check with the Financial Aid Office to see if you qualify for the Fee       objective.
Waiver. After all required documents have been processed; you
will be awarded the financial aid programs you are eligible for and       • Have a valid Social Security Number.
an Award Letter will be mailed to you.                                    • Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements.
If your family circumstances have changed, due to illness, loss of        • Not be in default on any federal student loan or owe a refund
a job, etc., ask about “Special Circumstances” that could affect            on any federal grant.
your eligibility.
                                                                          • Be enrolled in an eligible program of study leading to a degree,
                                                                            transfer or a certificate.
   sanTa ana CoLLege                                                      • Provide the Admissions Office with official academic transcripts
   Financial	Aid	Office,	                                                   from previous colleges attended.
   Johnson	Center,	Room	U-221		
   714-564-6242                                                           • Drug convictions, while receiving federal aid, will disqualify
                                                                            eligibility.
   FAFSA	Code:	001284
                                                                          • Male Students must be registered with Selective Service.
   sanTiago CanYon CoLLege                                                  Register online at www.sss.gov or call 847-688-6888 if you
   Financial	Aid	Office,	Room	E-104		                                       need your Selective Service Number.
   714-628-4876
   FAFSA	Code:	036957
  FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS

Cal Grants                                                         Additional Unsubsidized Stafford Loans: Available to
Cal Grants are available to California residents attending         students who meet all of the qualification requirements.
eligible California colleges who meet all criteria and are         The annual loan limits are $6,000 for independent students
enrolled in at least 6 units. The programs are administered        and $2,000 for dependent students.
by the California Student Aid Commission. The annual               Plus Loans: For parents who borrow on behalf of dependent
application deadlines are March 2 and September 2. A               students.
FAFSA and a GPA verification is required.
                                                                   Federal Supplemental Educational
Cal Grant A                                                        Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
Eligibility is based on financial need and GPA. Assistance         This is a federally funded grant, available to undergraduates
is provided to meet tuition and fee costs at four-year             who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Priority
universities. Awards to community college students may be          in awarding FSEOG funds must be given to Pell Grant
placed on “reserve” for a maximum of two years until they          recipients. Minimum enrollment is six units per semester.
transfer to a four-year institution. Award amounts: $4,884         Early applicants are given priority.
at CSU, $11,124 at UC, $9,708 at independent colleges.
                                                                   Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)
Cal Grant B
                                                                   This is a federally funded program providing employment
Is provided to students from low-income families with              opportunities to students with financial need. Students
living allowance and tuition and fee assistance to attend          awarded FWS are placed in part-time jobs on campus.
college. The maximum award amount is $1,551 per year               This program provides an excellent “learning experience”
and will be prorated for less than full-time students. This        through on-the-job training. Students must be enrolled in
grant may be used at community colleges and universities,          a minimum of six units to remain eligible. Early applicants
not to exceed four years. Cal Grant B students also receive        are given priority.
tuition costs at the same levels as Cal Grant A, beginning
the sophomore year.
                                                                   Chafee Grant
                                                                   This grant is available to former foster youth age 13 and
Cal Grant C
                                                                   above. Awards are $5,000 per year and the program has
Assists eligible students enrolled in a vocational training        limited funding. To apply use the FAFSA application and
program leading to a Certificate or AA/AS degree, not a            the separate Chafee Grant application. There is a maximum
transfer program. The maximum awards amount is $576                age limit of 23 as of July 1 of the award year. No payments
per year, and will be prorated for less then full-time             are made beyond the age of 23.
students.
                                                                   Extended Opportunity Programs and
Federal PELL Grant
                                                                   Services (EOPS) and CARE Grants
Pell grant is a federally funded program for undergraduates
who demonstrate need. The amount of the Pell Grant is              This is a state funded program designed to assist EOPS
based on the cost of attendance, the Expected Family               eligible students from low income families who are
Contribution, and the enrollment in number of units. Please        educationally disadvantaged, and enrolled full-time, with
check with the Financial Aid Office or visit the website           priority registration, orientation, personal and academic
for the maximum and minimum PELL award amount. If                  counseling, tutoring, study-skills, book services, bus
you apply late and you are eligible, you may be paid               passes, and grants. The CARE program provides students
retroactively for the entire academic year. “NEW” Pell             with the cost of child-care, transportation, and meal
Grants are now limited to 18 semesters.                            vouchers.

William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program                        Scholarship Office
All students who meet federal financial aid eligibility criteria   Santiago Canyon College: A-206-A, 714-628-4793
may borrow through the Stafford Loan program.                      Santa Ana College: S-204, 714-564-6478
Annual Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Limits are
$3,500 for freshmen and $4,500 for sophomores.
Subsidized Stafford Loan: The federal government pays
the interest on this need-based loan while the student is in
school, at least half-time, and during the six-month grace             The Bureau of Indian Affairs provides grants to
period following graduation, or when enrollment drops                  eligible, tribe certified, American Indian students who are
below half-time status. Money is borrowed directly from
lenders.                                                               at least one-quarter American Indian, Eskimo or Aleut.
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan: The student is responsible
                                                                       For information, call 916-978-6058.
for paying the interest on this loan that is not need based.
            California Community Colleges 2011-2012 Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money
to help with books, supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT
AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the
Financial Aid Office.
Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section 68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California
residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for
financial aid by completing the FAFSA.
Name:                                                                              Student ID #
              Last                 First              Middle Initial
Email (if available):                                                              Telephone Number: (______)

Home Address:                                                                      Date of Birth: _______/_______/_________
                     Street                    City              Zip Code
Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?                                   Yes          No

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT
The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals
in domestic partnerships registered with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered
Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver
and will need to provide income and household information for your domestic partner. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in
a Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information
will be required for the parent’s domestic partner.
Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid.
Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code?
(Answer “Yes” if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of
Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State’s Office.)                                                Yes        No
If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic
partner’s income and household information or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 4, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Student Marital Status:       Single       Married    Divorced         Separated        Widowed      Registered Domestic Partnership

DEPENDENCY STATUS
The questions below will determine whether you are considered a Dependent student or Independent student for fee waiver eligibility and
whether parental information is needed. If you answer “Yes” to ANY of the questions 1-10 below, you will be considered an
INDEPENDENT student. If you answer “No” to all questions, you will be considered a Dependent student thereby reporting parental
information and should continue with Question 11.
1. Were you born before January 1, 1988? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                 Yes           No
2. As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)?
   (Answer "Yes" if you are separated but not divorced or have not filed a termination notice to dissolve partnership.
   If you answer “Yes,” skip to question 13.)                                                                            Yes           No
3. Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training?
   (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                       Yes           No
4. Do you have children who will receive more than half of their support from you between July 1, 2011-June 30, 2012, or other
   dependents who live with you (other than your children or spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you,
   now and through June 30, 2012? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                     Yes      No
5. At any time since you turned age 13, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care, or were you a dependent or
   ward of the court ? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                              Yes      No
6. Are you or were you an emancipated minor as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
   (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                       Yes           No
7. Are you or were you in legal guardianship as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
   (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                       Yes           No
  DEPENDENCY STATUS (Continued)
  8. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did your high school or school district homeless liaison determine that you were an
     unaccompanied youth who was homeless? (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                  Yes         No
  9. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did the director of an emergency shelter or transitional housing program funded by the
     U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
     (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                       Yes    No
  10. At any time on or after July 1, 2010, did the director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center or transitional living program
       determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or were self-supporting and at risk of being homeless?
       (If “Yes,” skip to question 13)                                                                                        Yes       No
• If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 10, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver
  purposes and must provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to
  Question #13.
• If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 10, complete the following questions:
  11. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as
      an exemption by either or both of your parents?                                                     Will Not File       Yes        No
  12. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP?                                                      Yes       No
• If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 10 and "Yes" to either question 11 or 12, you must provide income and household
  information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow.
• If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 11, and "No" to question 12, you are a dependent student for all
  student aid except this enrollment fee waiver. You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this
  application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be considered for other student aid. You
  cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information.
  METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
  13. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from:
      TANF/CalWORKs?                                                                                                          Yes       No
      SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)?                                                      Yes       No
      General Assistance?                                                                                                     Yes       No

  14. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a
      primary source of income?                                                                                    Yes      No
• If you answered "Yes" to question 13 or 14 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of
  this form. You are required to show current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid
  opportunities.
  METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
  15. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and
      anyone who lives with your parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through
      June 30, 2012.) _________
  16. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives
      with you and receives more than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2012.) ___________
  17. 2010 Income Information
                                                                         DEPENDENT STUDENT:               INDEPENDENT STUDENT:
     (Dependent students should not include their income                     PARENT(S)/ RDP             STUDENT (& SPOUSE'S/ RDP)
     information for Q 17 a and b below.)                                     INCOME ONLY                          INCOME
     a. Adjusted Gross Income (If 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return
          was filed, enter the amount from Form 1040, line 37;
          1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4).                                $                                $
     b. All other income (Include ALL money received in 2010
          that is not included in line (a) above (such as disability,
          child support, military living allowance, Workman’s
          Compensation, untaxed pensions).                                $                                $
     TOTAL Income for 2010 (Sum of a + b)                                     $                                  $
The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method
B. If you do not qualify using this simple method, you should file a FAFSA.
 SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS
 18. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
 Submit certification.                                                                                                   Yes                        No
 19. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
 Submit certification.                                                                                                   Yes                        No
 20. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient?
 Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs.                                                           Yes                        No
 21. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack?
 Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.                                                      Yes         No
 22. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty?
 Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record.                                                        Yes                         No
 If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 18-22, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps
 other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the Certification below. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.

CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW
I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If
asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this information, which may include a copy of my and my
spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2010 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also
realize that any false statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of
my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college, the college district, and the Chancellor's Office
of the California Community Colleges.
I understand the following information (please check each box):
     Federal and state financial aid programs are available to help with college costs (including enrollment fees, books & supplies,
     transportation and room and board expenses). By completing the FAFSA, additional financial assistance may be available in the form
     of Pell and other grants, work study and other aid.
     I may apply for and receive financial assistance if I am enrolled, either full time or part time, in an eligible program of study (certificate,
     associate degree or transfer).
     Financial aid program information and application assistance is available in the college financial aid office.


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

                                                             CALIFORNIA INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT
State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977
requires the following information be provided to financial aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for
requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy and the policy of the community college
to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your
receipt of financial assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law.
Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished on this form as it pertains to them.

The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are
applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college
requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your college for further information. The Chancellor’s
Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national
origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these
policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to which you are applying.

                                                                 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
 BOGFW-A                        BOGFW-B          Special Classification                                     RDP                     Student is not eligible
   TANF/CalWORKs                                   Veteran               National Guard Dependent             Student
   GA                                              Medal of Honor        9/11 Dependent                       Parent
   SSI/SSP                      BOGFW-C            Dep. of deceased law enforcement/fire personnel
 Comments:

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