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                                                       Accounting

ACCOUNTING 001 -
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Business Administration majors should take this course in the third semester.)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Sole proprietorship accounting, emphasis on recording basic transactions, preparing simple financial reports.
 1101         9:40-12:10     MW          SINGER, S S                BJ 107
 1102         9:40-12:10     T Th        CHUNG, S N                 BJ 106
 1104        11:30- 4:55     Sat         BURKE, J C                 BJ 107 (CANCELLED)
 1103         1:00- 3:30     MW          CHUNG, S N                 BJ 106
 Evening Classes
 3000        4:00- 6:30      T Th        WALKER, A D               BJ 106
 3003        6:45- 9:15      MW          HOFFMAN, H H             BSC 106
 3013        6:45- 9:15      T Th        GOINGS, D L               BJ 110

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6555        5:55- 9:30      M           HUANG, J C                CC 214
 &           5:55- 9:30      W           HUANG, J C                CC 214
 &           1:00- 5:10      Sat         HUANG, J C                BJ 110
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


ACCOUNTING 002 -
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Business Administration majors should take this course in the fourth semester.)
 Prerequisite: Accounting 1 with a grade of C or better, or Accounting 21 and 22 with grades of C or better.
 Partnership and corporation accounting; managerial analysis and interpretations of accounting reports.
 1105         9:40-12:10 M W             CHUNG, S N                 BJ 106
 1108         1:00- 3:30 T Th            ALLEN, S E                 BJ 108
 Evening Classes
 3001         6:45- 9:15     MW          POWDER, J M                BJ 110
 3005         6:45- 9:15     T Th        GREENE, M                  BJ 108


ACCOUNTING 003 -
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Accounting 2, with a grade of C or better.
 Study of valuation of assets, consignments, installment sales, statement analysis, funds investments, and correction.
 Evening Classes
 3006         6:45- 9:55     M           OZUR, R                    FL 111
ACCOUNTING 015 -
TAX ACCOUNTING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Accounting 2, with a grade of C or better.
 Study of Federal and California Income Tax laws as they apply to individuals.
 Evening Classes
 3007         6:45- 9:55 Th            GORDON, H S                   BJ 106

ACCOUNTING 020 -
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Offered spring semester only.
 Prerequisite: Accounting 1, with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 The application of accounting and analysis to business decision, planning and control.
 Evening Classes
 3008        6:45- 9:55     T          KALLER, S Z                   CC 207

ACCOUNTING 021 -
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Accounting 21 and 22 together equal Accounting 1)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to accounting, emphasis on how to record basic transactions and prepare financial reports.
 1111         9:40- 11:05 M W          ALLEN, S E                    BJ 105
 1110         11:20-12:45 T Th         ALLEN, S E                    BJ 108 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3009         6:45- 9:55    M          BURKE, J C                    BJ 107
 3010         6:45- 9:55    Th         LEVINE, H J                   CC 201


ACCOUNTING 022 -
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Accounting 21 and 22 together equal Accounting 1)
 Prerequisite: Accounting 21 with a grade of C or better.
 Continuation of Accounting 21, emphasizing inventory interest, depreciation, cash and payroll.
 1112         8:00- 9:25 M W           ALLEN, S E                    BJ 108
 Evening Classes
 3011         6:45- 9:55    T          SINGER, S S                      B 80

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                       Administration of Justice

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The history and philosophy of administration of justice in Europe and America, including the identification of the various
 subsystems and the procedures that govern them.
 7033         Online                  GONZALEZ, R D           INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1114         8:00- 9:25 M W          WADE, N M                  EST 101
 Evening Classes
 6901         3:30- 5:25 T Th         SELESKY, W A          BRBK HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Burbank High School located at
              902 N. 3rd. Street, Burbank, CA 91502
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 3029         6:45- 9:55 Th            BROWN, J E                EST 101


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 002 -
CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is about the development of American criminal law and how it has been influenced by the common law
 tradition and our federal form of government.
 7021         Online                  ORDELHEIDE, R R INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1116         8:00- 9:25 T Th         WADE, N M                  EST 101
 Evening Classes
 6908         3:30- 5:05 M W           SELESKY, W A         BRBK HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Burbank High School located at
              902 N. 3rd. Street, Burbank, CA 91502
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 5001         6:45- 9:55 W             HENDRICKS, W S            EST 110


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003 -
LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is about the origin, development, and constitutional basis of evidence and the rules governing its admissibility
 in court.
 7045         Online                  CASTRO, R A             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1117         9:40-11:05 M W          WADE, N M                  EST 101


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 004 -
PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is an in-depth study of the role, procedures, and responsibilities of each segment within the administration of
 justice system.
 7000         Online              HENDRICKS, W S INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC
             Virtual Valley website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1366        11:20-12:45 M W      WADE, N M                EST 101
 Evening Classes
 3017         6:45- 9:55    M         HENDRICKS, W S              EST 113


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 005 -
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is about the fundamentals of criminal investigation and the techniques most often used to search for evidence.
 7003         Online                  ORDELHEIDE, R R           INTERNET (CANCELLED)
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1119         9:40-11:05 T Th         WADE, N M                  EST 101
 Evening Classes
 3020         6:45- 9:55    T         HENDRICKS, W S              EST 110


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006 -
PATROL PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Topics include: Patrol, selective enforcement; pull-over and approach methods; emergency pursuit driving.
 Evening Classes
 3026         6:45- 9:55    M          COWEN, D P                    EST 110


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 008 -
JUVENILE PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The organization, function and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies.
 1120        11:20-12:45 T Th          WADE, N M                     EST 101


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 027 -
POLICE ADMINISTRATION I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of police administration, organization, and functions: records, personnel, public relations, executive control, and
 communications.
 Evening Classes
 3030         6:45- 9:55    W          ORDELHEIDE, R R            EST 104 (CANCELLED)


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 049 -
NARCOTICS AND VICE CONTROL (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course examines the history, identification, and effects of vice and illegal
 drug crimes.
 1121         9:40-11:05 M W           SELESKY, W A                  EST 103


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075 -
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A basic course covering the types of institutions and services involved in corrections, the aims and objectives of
 administration, and parole and probation.
 7046         Online                  KRESCENT, A L           INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3022         6:45- 9:55    Th         KRESCENT, A L                 EST 104


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Administration of Justice on a contract basis under the direction of a
 supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 5002        3 hrs 10mins TBA          HENDRICKS, W S             EST 112C


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 438 -
THEORIES AND PSYCHOLOGY OF TERRORISM (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A comprehensive and critical analysis of our existing knowledge and understanding of terrorists through Psychology.
 1124         8:00- 9:25    MW         HARTMAN, E L             EST 105 (CANCELLED)


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 439 -
TERRORISM AND COUNTERTERRORISM (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course will analyze the roots of terrorist activities through out the world and discuss national, regional, and global
 effects of historical and recent terrorist acts.
 1125         9:40-11:05 M W           HARTMAN, E L                  EST 105
 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                     African American Studies

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 002 -
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY URBAN SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course surveys the urbanization of the African American with emphasis on contemporary issues, public policy
 solutions, civil rights, and equality of opportunity.
 Evening Classes
 5003         6:45- 9:55   T          MORRIS, K          FL 112     (CANCELLED)


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 002 - HONORS SECTION -
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY URBAN SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 This course surveys the urbanization of the African American with emphasis on contemporary issues, public policy
 solutions, civil rights, and equality of opportunity.
 Evening Classes
 5004         6:45- 9:55   T          MORRIS, K          FL 112     (CANCELLED)


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 004 -
THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of U.S. History from the early Colonial Era through the Civil War with special emphasis on the contribution of the
 African-American.
 8131         9:40-11:05 T Th         MORRIS, K                     FL 112
 8338        11:20-12:45 M W          MORRIS, K                     FL 112


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 004 -
HONORS SECTION - THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of U.S. History from the early Colonial Era through the Civil War with special emphasis on the contribution of the
 African-American.
 8132         9:40-11:05 T Th         MORRIS, K                     FL 112
 8339        11:20-12:45 M W          MORRIS, K                     FL 112


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 005 -
THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 U.S. History from the Civil War to the present. The African-American in the social and political development of American
 civilization.
 8111         1:00- 2:25   MW         MORRIS, K                     FL 112
 Evening Classes
 5070         6:45- 9:55   T          MORRIS, K          FL 112     (ADD)
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 005 -
HONORS SECTION - THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 U.S. History from the Civil War to the present. The African-American in the social and political development of American
 civilization.
 8112         1:00- 2:25   MW         MORRIS, K                     FL 112
 Evening Classes
 5071         6:45- 9:55   T          MORRIS, K          FL 112     (ADD)


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 020 -
AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as English 234)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Literary, social and historical aspects of essay, novel, drama, short story and poetry written by African-Americans.
 8001        11:20-12:45 T Th         MORRIS, K                    FL 112

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 020 -
HONORS SECTION - AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as English 234)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Literary, social and historical aspects of essay, novel, drama, short story and poetry written by African-Americans.
 8092        11:20-12:45 T Th         MORRIS, K                     FL 112




                                                      Anatomy

ANATOMY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9. Prerequisite: Biology 3 or college equivalent.
 Study of structures and systems of the human body; includes use of models and dissection of selected animal organs.
 1118   LEC 8:00- 9:25     MW         STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247
 &      LAB 9:40-11:05     MW         STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247
 1122   LEC 8:00- 9:25     T Th       BYRD WILLIAMS, P B          AHS 247
 &      LAB 9:40-11:05     T Th       BYRD WILLIAMS, P B          AHS 247
 1126   LEC 9:00-10:25     F Sat      WITHERS, R R                AHS 247 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB10:40-12:05     F Sat      WITHERS, R R                AHS 247 (CANCELLED)
 8249   LEC 1:00- 2:25     MW         STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247
 &      LAB 2:40- 4:05     MW         STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247
 1123   LEC 1:00- 2:25     T Th       WITHERS, R R                AHS 247
 &      LAB 2:40- 4:05     T Th       WITHERS, R R                AHS 247
 Evening Classes
 3023   LEC 5:30- 6:55     MW         LE, M K                     AHS 247
 &      LAB 7:10- 8:35     MW         LE, M K                     AHS 247
 3024   LEC 5:30- 6:55     T Th       BALDWIN, S L                AHS 247
 &      LAB 7:10- 8:35     T Th       BALDWIN, S L                AHS 247
ANATOMY 001 -
HONORS SECTION - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY
(UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9.
 Prerequisite: Biology 3 or college equivalent.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Study of structures and systems of the human body; includes use of models and dissection of selected animal organs.
 8250 LEC 1:00- 2:25        MW        STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247
 &    LAB 2:40- 4:05        MW        STOTTMAN, H L               AHS 247




                                                  Anthropology

ANTHROPOLOGY 101 -
HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A study of human evolution and genetics, including comparative studies of living primates and an examination of the
 human fossil record.
 7085         Online                 FRANK, R E              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7036         Online                 RALEIGH, M F            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7050         Online                 STEIN, R L              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1142         8:00- 9:25 T Th        FRANK, R E                 AHS 143
 1127         9:40-11:05 T Th        FRANK, R E                 AHS 143
 8010        11:20-12:45 M W         STEIN, R L                 AHS 143
 Evening Classes
 3056         5:00- 6:25    T Th      SISKIN, B F                 AHS 143
 3057         6:45- 9:55    M         WOLFE, L P                  AHS 143

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6587         5:55- 8:05 Th           BIMBI, R                      CC 202
 &            8:00-10:55 Sat          BIMBI, R                      CC 203
              (10 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/30/2011)


ANTHROPOLOGY 101 -
HONORS SECTION - HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A study of human evolution and genetics; primates, early human fossils.
 8011        11:20-12:45 M W          STEIN, R L                  AHS 143


ANTHROPOLOGY 102 -
HUMAN WAYS OF LIFE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (May be taken before Anthropology 101)
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to the diverse cultural lifeways of the global society. Topics include: ethnicity, economic and political
 development, religion, art, marriage and family, cultural change, and cultural survival.
 7051         Online                  STRAUSS, E M            INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8201         9:40-11:05 M W          SCOTT, E K                   FL 102

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6527         8:00-12:00 Sat          MCDOWELL, P V              AHS 143
 &            Online                  MCDOWELL, P V           INTERNET
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3027         6:45- 9:55    W         SISKIN, B F                 AHS 143


ANTHROPOLOGY 102 -
HONORS SECTION - HUMAN WAYS OF LIFE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (May be taken before Anthropology 101)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Comparative study of cultures, emphasizing such aspects as technology, political organization, language and religion.
 8202         9:40-11:05 M W          SCOTT, E K                    FL 102


ANTHROPOLOGY 103 -
ARCHAEOLOGY: RECONSTRUCTING THE HUMAN PAST
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The Hows and Whys of Archaeology. Methods and techniques of excavation and reconstruction of extinct cultures.
 May be used in partial fulfillment of the General Education requirement for courses in the Social Sciences at Valley, CSUN
 and UCLA.
 1147         9:40-11:05 T Th         SCOTT, E K                   EST 108


ANTHROPOLOGY 104 -
HUMAN LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to linguistic anthropology, the study of language, culture, and society from an anthropological perspective.
 Language as a form of social interaction in which participants do things with and through everyday talk. The relationship
 between language, identity, and power.
 1143        11:20-12:45 T Th         STRAUSS, E M                   BJ 107


ANTHROPOLOGY 109 -
GENDER, SEX AND CULTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course provides a world-wide comparison of sexuality and gender as viewed from various perspectives, including the
 biological/evolutionary, the cultural, the psychological, the historic, and the prehistoric, especially as they relate to the
 experiences of males and females in contemporary Western society.
 8203         1:00- 4:10 Th           WOLFE, L P                AHS 143 (CANCELLED)

ANTHROPOLOGY 109 -
HONORS SECTION - GENDER, SEX AND CULTURE
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 This course provides a world-wide comparison of sexuality and gender as viewed from various perspectives, including the
 biological/evolutionary, the cultural, the psychological, the historic, and the prehistoric, especially as they relate to the
 experiences of males and females in contemporary Western society.
 8204         1:00- 4:10    Th         WOLFE, L P                  AHS 143 (CANCELLED)


ANTHROPOLOGY 111 -
LABORATORY IN HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION
(UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 Corequisite: Anthropology 101.
 Hands-on lab experiences related to human evolution including fossils, biological variation, primates and forensic analysis.
 7432      Online                 FRANK, R E              INTERNET
 &         9:40-11:45 F           FRANK, R E                 AHS 143
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1128 LEC 11:20-12:20 T           FRANK, R E                 AHS 143
 &    LAB12:25- 2:30 T            FRANK, R E                 AHS 143

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6588 LEC 1:00- 2:35 Sat          RAMOS, G L                AHS 143
 &    LAB 2:35- 5:55 Sat          RAMOS, G L                AHS 143
          (10 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/30/2011)
 Evening Classes
 3028 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          EDGE, T R                    AHS 143
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        T          EDGE, T R                    AHS 143


ANTHROPOLOGY 121 -
ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A consideration of the origins, functions and varieties of religious beliefs and practices, cross-culturally, with a special
 emphasis on small-scale societies.
 8019          8:00- 9:25   MW         SCOTT, E K                   BSC 103
 1173          8:00- 9:25   T Th       SCOTT, E K                   BSC 103
 1130          9:40-11:05   MW         STEIN, R L                   AHS 143
 1131         11:20-12:45   MW         SCOTT, E K                   EST 103
 Evening Classes
 3086         6:45- 9:55    M          BIMBI, R                      AHS 143 (CANCELLED)
 3084         6:45- 9:55    Th         WOLFE, L P                   AHS 143


ANTHROPOLOGY 121 -
HONORS SECTION - ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT (UC:CSU) - 3.00
UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A consideration of the origins, functions and varieties of religious beliefs and practices, cross-culturally, with a special
 emphasis on small-scale societies.
 8020         8:00- 9:25    MW         SCOTT, E K                   BSC 103


ANTHROPOLOGY 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ANTHROPOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project and completion of two of the following courses: Anthropology 101, 102, 103, 112.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Anthropology on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising
 instructor.
 1106 3 hrs 10 mins         TBA        STEIN, R L                  AHS 143

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                    Architecture

ARCHITECTURE 161 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Use a computer to draw, dimension, save, edit, and perform related functions to produce a working drawing.
 8004 LEC 8:00- 9:05 M                 MATZKIN, S S                    E 117
 &    LAB 8:00-10:05 W                 MATZKIN, S S                    E 117


ARCHITECTURE 172 -
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to architecture and AutoCAD. Lectures and lab cover residential design and building codes. Students will
 produce a complete set of plans for a single-story residence.
 1241 LEC                    8:00- 9:00                                    T RIDOSH, J J               E 115
 &    LAB                    9:00-11:05                                    T RIDOSH, J J               E 115
 &    LAB                    8:00-11:05                                   Th RIDOSH, J J               E 115

ARCHITECTURE 173 -
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Architecture 172.
 Students will develop drafting skills and fundamental understanding of buildings by preparing drawings for a wood-framed
 structure. Includes study of design principles, topics of architecture and architects.
 Evening Classes
 5211 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          WOODS, E A                      E 115
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        T          WOODS, E A                      E 115
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        Th         WOODS, E A                      E 115


ARCHITECTURE 221 -
ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Architecture 172.
 Students will develop 3-dimensional modeling skills and fundamental understanding of visual theory by preparing
 renderings for a building by a notable architect. Includes study of design principles, topics of architecture and architects.
 Evening Classes
 5210 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          WOODS, E A                      E 115
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        Th         WOODS, E A                      E 115


ARCHITECTURE 271 -
ARCHITECTURE DRAWING III (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Architecture 172.
 The preparation of detailed drawings for a steel-frame commercial building.
 8005 LEC 8:00- 9:05 M                 MATZKIN, S S                    E 117
 &    LAB 9:05-11:10 M                 MATZKIN, S S                    E 117
 &    LAB 8:00-11:10 W                 MATZKIN, S S                    E 117
 Evening Classes
 5212 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          WOODS, E A                      E 115
 &      LAB 7:50- 9:55     T          WOODS, E A                     E 115
 &      LAB 6:45- 9:55     Th         WOODS, E A                     E 115

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                            Art
 Students enrolled in any Art class except Art 101, 102, 103, 105, 109, 112, 115 and 116, may be required to purchase
 supplemental instructional supplies beyond books for use in class assignments.


ART 101 -
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory survey of the arts of the Western World from the Prehistoric Period through the Middle Ages.
 7007         Online                  BERSON, N F            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1135         9:40-11:05 T Th         SUMNIK LEVINS, E          ART 103 (CANCELLED)
 1200        11:20-12:45 M W          SUMNIK LEVINS, E          ART 103
 8043         1:45- 3:10 T Th         BISHOP, C L               ART 103
 6904         3:00- 6:20 T            BONDS, A BSNFR HIGH (CANCELLED)
             (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
             Fernando, CA 91340.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 6905         3:30- 5:05 M W           BONDS, A B               ART 103
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Sun Valley High School located at 9171 Telfair Avenue, Sun Valley, CA
              91352
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6592        8:15-10:20 T            BLACKWELL, P A               ART 103
 &           8:00-12:00 Sat          BLACKWELL, P A               ART 103
             (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


ART 101 -
HONORS SECTION - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 The visual arts of the Western World; prehistoric through the Middle Ages.
 8044         1:45- 3:10   T Th       BISHOP, C L                 ART 103


ART 102 -
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory survey of the arts of the Western World from the Renaissance to the Modern Period.
 1132         9:00-12:10 F            DWYER, S A                  ART 103
 1136         9:40-11:05 M W          SUMNIK LEVINS, E            ART 103
 Evening Classes
 3032         6:45- 9:55    Th         BLACKWELL, P A               ART 103 (CANCELLED)


ART 105 -
HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of the arts of India, China, Japan, and neighboring areas in Asia. Religious and philosophical influence on art and
 architecture is covered as well as the interchange of eastern and western cultural influence and artistic expression.
 8024         11:20-12:45 T Th         SUMNIK LEVINS, E             ART 103
 Evening Classes
 3034         6:45- 9:55    M          SUMNIK LEVINS, E             ART 103


ART 105 - HONORS SECTION -
HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of the arts of India, China, Japan, and neighboring areas in Asia. Religious and philosophical influence on art and
 architecture is covered as well as the interchange of eastern and western cultural influence and artistic expression.
 8025         11:20-12:45 T Th         SUMNIK LEVINS, E             ART 103


ART 125 -
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory survey of the history of photography from the nineteenth century to the present.
 Evening Classes
 3035         6:45- 9:55    W          REED, D J                    ART 103


ART 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ART HONORS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: At least two classes in the teaching specialization of the instructor.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Note: A maximum total of three units in Directed Study in art may be taken for credit.
 8053          9:00-10:05   M          BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
 8060         11:05-12:10   T          STUDLEY, V D                 ART 110 (CANCELLED)
 8034         11:45-12:50   W          HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
 8037          1:00- 2:05   M          CARTER, J                    ART 110
 8080          2:40- 3:45   T          FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
 8081          2:40- 3:45   Th         FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
 Evening Classes
 5033         3:30- 4:35    T          BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
 5123         6:05- 7:10    M          MOSSMAN, T L                 ART 111
 5013         6:05- 7:10    Th         HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
 5061         6:20- 7:25    T          BISHOP, C L                  ART 104 (CANCELLED)
 5082         8:10- 9:15    T          FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
 5083         8:10- 9:15    Th         FULKERSON, M D               ART 100 (CANCELLED)
 5041         9:10-10:15    W          GOFFREDO, S P                ART 105
 5066         9:15-10:20    T          MOSSMAN, T L                 ART 111


ART 201 -
DRAWING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A fundamental course stressing drawing as a visual language system. 'Windows space,' light logic and perspective will be
 emphasized while exploring various methods and media.
  1208   LEC 9:00-10:05 M W           HUYNH, P X               ART 104
  &      LAB10:05-11:10 M W           HUYNH, P X               ART 104
  1139   LEC 11:20-12:25 M W          FULKERSON, M D           ART 104
  &      LAB12:25- 1:30 M W           FULKERSON, M D           ART 104
  6923   LEC 3:00- 5:10 T             BONDS, A B             SNFR HIGH (ADD)
  &      LAB 5:10- 7:20 T             BONDS, A B             SNFR HIGH (ADD)
             (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
             Fernando, CA 91340.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
  Evening Classes
  3039 LEC 6:05- 8:10 M                 CARTER, J                    ART 105
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 M                 CARTER, J                    ART 105


ART 202 -
DRAWING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 201 and Art 501.
  A continuation of Art 201 into more complex problems. A broader range of media will be utilized and color and
  composition will be heavily emphasized.
  8051 LEC                    9:00-11:05                                    M BISHOP, C L        ART 105
  &    LAB                    9:00-11:05                                    W BISHOP, C L        ART 105

ART 203 -
DRAWING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 202.
  A continuation of Art 202 into more complex problems and with a higher degree of technical refinement.
  8052 LEC 9:00-11:05 M                 BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  &    LAB 9:00-11:05 W                 BISHOP, C L                  ART 105


ART 204 -
LIFE DRAWING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Art 201.
  The study of the human figure. Analysis of anatomy and essential structure.
  8323 LEC 11:45- 1:50 W                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  &    LAB 1:50- 3:55 W                 HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  Evening Classes
  5040 LEC 6:05- 8:10 W                 GOFFREDO, S P              ART 105 (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 W                 GOFFREDO, S P             ART 105 (CANCELLED)


ART 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ART HONORS (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: At least two classes in the teaching specialization of the instructor.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
  IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
  AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
  Note: A maximum total of three units in Directed Study in art may be taken for credit.
  8054          9:00-10:05   MW         BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  8061         10:00-12:05   T          STUDLEY, V D                 ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  8035         11:45- 1:50   W          HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  8038          1:00- 3:05   M          CARTER, J                    ART 110
  8082          1:35- 3:40   T          FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  8083          1:35- 3:40   Th         FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  Evening Classes
  5034         3:30- 5:35    T          BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  5017         6:05- 8:10    Th         HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  5124         6:05- 8:10    M          MOSSMAN, T L                 ART 111
  5063         6:20- 8:25    T          BISHOP, C L                  ART 104 (CANCELLED)
 5084         7:05- 9:10   T          FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
 5085         7:05- 9:10   Th         FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
 5042         8:10-10:15   W          GOFFREDO, S P              ART 105(CANCELLED)
 5067         8:15-10:20   T          MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 300 -
INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 201 and Art 501.
 An introduction to various painting materials, media and techniques. A survey of both contemporary and traditional.
 Evening Classes
 5030 LEC 3:30- 5:35       T          BISHOP, C L                 ART 105
 &    LAB 3:30- 5:35       Th         BISHOP, C L                 ART 105


ART 301 -
WATERCOLOR PAINTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 300.
 An overview of various transparent watercolor techniques with an emphasis on materials used in acquiring these skills, both
 contemporary and traditional.
 Evening Classes
 5007 LEC 6:20- 8:25 T                BISHOP, C L                ART 104 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 8:25-10:30 T                BISHOP, C L                ART 104(CANCELLED)


ART 302 -
WATERCOLOR PAINTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 301.
 A continuation of various transparent watercolor techniques with strong emphasis on subject matter and achieving textural
 effects.
 Evening Classes
 5008 LEC 6:20- 8:25 T                BISHOP, C L                ART 104 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 8:25-10:30 T                BISHOP, C L                ART 104 CANCELLED)


ART 303 -
WATERCOLOR PAINTING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 302.
 A continuation of various transparent watercolor techniques with emphasis on concepts and friskit techniques.
 Evening Classes
 5009 LEC 6:20- 8:25 T                BISHOP, C L                 ART 104 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 8:25-10:30 T                BISHOP, C L                ART 104 (CANCELLED)


ART 304 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 300.
 An introduction to acrylic painting materials and techniques.
 Evening Classes
 5031 LEC 3:30- 5:35       T          BISHOP, C L                 ART 105
 &    LAB 3:30- 5:35       Th         BISHOP, C L                 ART 105


ART 305 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Art 304.
 A continuation of Acrylic Painting I with emphasis on composition.
 Evening Classes
 5032 LEC 3:30- 5:35       T          BISHOP, C L                 ART 105
 &    LAB 3:30- 5:35       Th         BISHOP, C L                 ART 105
ART 306 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 305.
  A continuation of Acrylic Painting II with emphasis on various concepts, styles, and techniques.
  Evening Classes
  5036 LEC 3:30- 5:35        T          BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  &    LAB 3:30- 5:35        Th         BISHOP, C L                  ART 105


ART 307 -
OIL PAINTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Art 201.
  An overview of basic oil painting techniques and materials.
  Evening Classes
  5010 LEC 6:05- 8:10 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105


ART 308 -
OIL PAINTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 307.
  Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.
  A continuation of various historical techniques in oil painting focusing on a broader range of contemporary issues, with an
  emphasis on the figure.
  Evening Classes
  5011 LEC 6:05- 8:10 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105


ART 309 -
OIL PAINTING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 308.
  A continuation of Intermediate Oil Painting with emphasis on portraiture through various styles and techniques.
  Evening Classes
  5012 LEC 6:05- 8:10 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 Th                HUYNH, P X                   ART 105


ART 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ART HONORS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: At least two classes in the teaching specialization of the instructor.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
  IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
  AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
  Note: A maximum total of three units in Directed Study in art may be taken for credit.
  8055          9:00-10:25   MW         BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  8062          9:00-12:10   T          STUDLEY, V D                 ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  8036         11:45- 2:55   W          HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  8084         12:35- 3:45   T          FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  8085         12:35- 3:45   Th         FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  8041          1:00- 4:10   M          CARTER, J                    ART 110
  Evening Classes
  5035         3:30- 4:55    T Th       BISHOP, C L                  ART 105
  5126         6:05- 9:15    M          MOSSMAN, T L                 ART 111
  5086         6:05- 9:15    T          FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  5087         6:05- 9:15    Th         FULKERSON, M D               ART 100
  5018         6:05- 9:15    Th         HUYNH, P X                   ART 105
  5065         6:20- 9:30    T          BISHOP, C L                 ART 104 (CANCELLED)
  5043         7:05-10:15    W          GOFFREDO, S P              ART 105(CANCELLED)
  5068         7:15-10:25    T          MOSSMAN, T L                 ART 111
ART 400 -
INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.
  An introductory course in basic fine art printmaking processes.
  8056 LEC 9:00- 9:30 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 9:30-12:00 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                ART 110 (CANCELLED)


ART 407 -
RELIEF PRINTMAKING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An introductory course in basic relief printmaking processes.
  8057 LEC 9:00- 9:30 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 9:30-12:00 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                ART 110 (CANCELLED)


ART 408 -
RELIEF PRINTMAKING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  A more advanced course in relief printmaking processes.
  8058 LEC 9:00- 9:30 T Th            STUDLEY, V D            ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 9:30-12:00 T Th            STUDLEY, V D            ART 110 (CANCELLED)


ART 411 -
PRINTMAKING STUDIO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  A course providing serious beginning and advanced printmaking students the opportunity to explore processes in greater
  depth with the full resources of the printmaking laboratory.
  8059 LEC 9:00- 9:30 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                  ART 110 (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 9:30-12:00 T Th            STUDLEY, V D                  ART 110 (CANCELLED)


ART 501 -
BEGINNING TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Fundamental course presenting the elements and principles common to visual arts, with special emphasis on application to
  the two-dimensional arts.
  1141   LEC 9:00-11:05     T         FULKERSON, M D                ART 100 (CANCELLED)
  &      LAB 9:00-11:05     Th        FULKERSON, M D                ART 100 (CANCELLED)
  1140   LEC 11:20- 1:25    T         BISHOP, C L                   ART 104
  &      LAB11:20- 1:25     Th        BISHOP, C L                   ART 104
  Evening Classes
  3042 LEC 6:05- 8:10 M               BAVARO, J J                   ART 104
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 M               BAVARO, J J                   ART 104


ART 502 -
BEGINNING THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  A fundamental course involving relationships of elements common to three-dimensional visual arts.
  1284 LEC 9:00-11:05 M               CARTER, J                     ART 110
  &    LAB 9:00-11:05 W               CARTER, J                     ART 110


ART 600 -
LETTERING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Study of letter forms with emphasis on their use in graphic communication. Focus is placed on style, spacing, proportion
  and their applied use in Graphic Design.
  1287 LEC 1:45- 2:40       MW        MOSSMAN, T L                  ART 111
  &    LAB 2:45- 3:45       MW        MOSSMAN, T L                  ART 111
ART 604 -
GRAPHIC DESIGN I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 501 and Art 600.
  Introduction to Graphic Design: Beginning studies in graphic communication combining typography and art, applying
  principles of beginning two-dimensional design.
  Evening Classes
  5120 LEC 6:05- 8:10 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 605 -
GRAPHIC DESIGN II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 604.
  A continuing study of graphic communication to the interaction between designer and client.
  Evening Classes
  5121 LEC 6:05- 8:10 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 606 -
GRAPHIC DESIGN III (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 605.
  Advance exploration of graphic communication. Assignments will focus on complex problems in Graphic Design.
  Evening Classes
  5122 LEC 6:05- 8:10 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 M                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 618 -
ADVERTISING PHOTO/GRAPHICS I - 4.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An introduction to photographic imaging for graphic design; an exploration of technical, aesthetic and organizational
  aspects of photography for graphic communication.
  Evening Classes
  5057 LEC 4:00- 6:05 T                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 6:05-10:20 T                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 619 -
ADVERTISING PHOTO/GRAPHICS II - 4.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Advanced photographic imaging for graphic design; a detailed exploration of the technical, aesthetic and organizational
  aspects of photography for graphic communication focusing on the computer as an essential tool.
  Evening Classes
  5058 LEC 4:00- 6:05 T                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 6:05-10:20 T                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 626 -
ART PRODUCTION METHODS I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Art 600.
  Tools, materials, and techniques for reproducing art work. Includes paste-up, color separation, and typesetting.
  Evening Classes
  3043 LEC 6:05- 8:10 W                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111
  &    LAB 8:10-10:15 W                MOSSMAN, T L                ART 111


ART 700 -
INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Students will create three-dimensional structures while refining their artistic expression, with sensitivity to materials and
  concepts.
  8031 LEC                    1:00- 1:30                                M W CARTER, J                   ART 110
  &    LAB                    1:30- 4:00                                M W CARTER, J                   ART 110

ART 701 -
SCULPTURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Students will explore more extensive sculptural techniques, including modeling, carving, mold-making, fabrications,
  environmental and conceptual art.
  8032 LEC                    1:00- 1:30                                M W CARTER, J                   ART 110
  &    LAB                    1:30- 4:00                                M W CARTER, J                   ART 110

ART 702 -
SCULPTURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  The continued study of the evolution of contemporary sculpture with emphasis on site work.
  8033 LEC 1:00- 1:30        MW         CARTER, J                   ART 110
  &    LAB 1:30- 4:00        MW         CARTER, J                   ART 110


ART 708 -
INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Art 501.
  Introduction to ceramic processes: basic forming methods, design aspects, clay and glaze technology.
  8076 LEC 12:35- 1:05 T Th             FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 1:05- 3:40 T Th              FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  Evening Classes
  5078 LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100


ART 709 -
CERAMICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 501 and Art 708.
  Continuing course in ceramic processes with emphasis placed on ceramic design and glaze chemistry.
  8077 LEC 12:35- 1:05 T Th             FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 1:05- 3:40 T Th              FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  Evening Classes
  5079 LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100


ART 710 -
CERAMICS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 709.
  Continued practice in forming processes and surface treatments with emphasis on three-dimensional design.
  8078 LEC 12:35- 1:05 T Th             FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 1:05- 3:40 T Th              FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  Evening Classes
  5080 LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D              ART 100


ART 711 -
CERAMICS III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 300.
  A course offering advanced forming techniques, history of ceramics, advanced glazing techniques, and firing kilns.
  8079 LEC 12:35- 1:05 T Th             FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
  &    LAB 1:05- 3:40 T Th              FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
 Evening Classes
 5081 LEC 6:05- 6:35       T Th      FULKERSON, M D              ART 100
 &    LAB 6:35- 9:10       T Th      FULKERSON, M D              ART 100

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                   Astronomy

ASTRONOMY 001 -
ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A study of early astronomy, the moon, sun, planets, stellar origin and evolution, nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology.
 1149         9:40-11:05   MW        FALK, D J                   BSC 100
 1291         9:40-11:05   T Th      FALK, D J                   EST 103
 1151        11:20-12:45   MW        FALK, D J                   EST 105
 1150        11:20-12:45   T Th      FALK, D J                   EST 103
 1138         1:00- 2:25   MW        JANDORF, H R                  PLN (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3045         6:45- 9:55 Th          FALK, D J                      H 105

ASTRONOMY 005 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF ASTRONOMY LABORATORY
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 (Offered Fall & Spring evenings only.)
 Co-Requisite: Astronomy 1 with a grade of 'C' or better.
 Using the planetarium and telescopes, this class will study the methods used by astronomers to determine the nature of our
 universe.
 A $5.00 lab fee will be assessed.
 Evening Classes
 3046         6:45- 9:55   M         FALK, D J                   EST 103
 3047         6:45- 9:55   W         JANDORF, H R                EST 107

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 EDUCATION.




                                                  Basic Skills
 (See Noncredit Courses page ….)




                                                      Biology

BIOLOGY 003 -
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Lecture and laboratory study of major concepts of biology, cellular structure and function, genetics, evolution and
 organization of living organisms. Field trips are included.
 7401     Online                  WITHERS, R R            INTERNET
 &    LEC 12:35- 1:25 F           WITHERS, R R               AHS 148
 &    LAB 9:00-12:10 F            STOTTMAN, H L              AHS 151
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1153 LEC 8:00- 9:25 M W          BALDWIN, S L               EST 104
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 M            BALDWIN, S L               AHS 151
 1133 LEC 8:00- 9:25 T Th         STAFF                     AHS 239 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 Th           STAFF                    AHS 155 (CANCELLED)
 1155 LEC 9:40-11:05 M W          BIGELOW, R H               AHS 152
 &    LAB11:20- 2:30 W            BIGELOW, R H               AHS 151
 8150 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th         POLASEK, L M               AHS 239
 &    LAB 8:00- 9:25 T Th         POLASEK, L M               AHS 152
 1134 LEC 9:00-12:05 F            STAFF                     AHS 239 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 8:00- 9:25 T Th         STAFF                    AHS 151 (CANCELLED)
 1156 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th         HOYER, P                   AHS 243
 &    LAB 1:15- 4:25 T            HOYER, P                   AHS 151
 1157 LEC 11:20-12:45 M W         HOUGHTON, J L              AHS 152
 &    LAB 1:00- 4:10 M            LE, M K                    AHS 151
 1158 LEC 11:20-12:45 M W         LONQUICH, P D              EST 107
 &    LAB 8:00-11:10 W            LONQUICH, P D              AHS 151
 1159 LEC 1:00- 2:25 M W          FRANTZ, J C                AHS 156
 &    LAB 1:15- 4:25 Th           BALDWIN, S L               AHS 151
 1160 LEC 1:00- 2:25 T Th         FRANTZ, J C                EST 107
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 T            FRANTZ, J C                AHS 151
 Evening Classes
 3048   LEC 3:30- 4:55      MW        KRAUSS, W T                AHS 152
 &      LAB 5:00- 6:25      MW        KRAUSS, W T                AHS 151
 3051   LEC 5:15- 6:40      MW        LE, M K                    AHS 152 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB 6:45- 8:10      MW        LE, M K                   AHS 151 (CANCELLED)
 3049   LEC 5:30- 8:40      Th        ARORA, C P                 AHS 156
 &      LAB 5:30- 8:40      T         ARORA, C P                 AHS 151
 3050   LEC 6:00- 9:10      T         MORA GARCIA, P E           AHS 152
 &      LAB 6:00- 9:10      Th        MORA GARCIA, P E           AHS 151
 3041   LEC 6:45- 8:10      MW        GAGNE, C A                 AHS 152
 &      LAB 8:30- 9:55      MW        GAGNE, C A                 AHS 151


BIOLOGY 003 -
HONORS SECTION - INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY
(UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Lecture and laboratory study of major concepts of biology, cellular structure and function, genetics, evolution and
 organization of living organisms. Field trips are included.
 8151 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th             POLASEK, L M                AHS 239
 &    LAB 8:00- 9:25 T Th             POLASEK, L M                AHS 152


BIOLOGY 006 -
GENERAL BIOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
 Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 or 60 or 68 and mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent.
 UCLA and CSUN recommend the completion of both Biology 6 and Biology 7 as a core program.
 This course is intended for biology majors, pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary students. It covers
 cellular and molecular biology, genetics, human anatomy and physiology, and developmental biology.
 8086 LEC 9:40-11:05 M W              BYRD WILLIAMS, P B AHS 248
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 T Th             KOVNAT, G D        AHS 251
 1162 LEC 11:20-12:45 T Th            BYRD WILLIAMS, P B AHS 239
 &      LAB 1:00- 4:10     MW         BYRD WILLIAMS, P B AHS 251


BIOLOGY 006 -
HONORS SECTION - GENERAL BIOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
 Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 or 60 or 68 and mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent.
 UCLA and CSUN recommend the completion of both Biology 6 and Biology 7 as a core program.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 This course is intended for biology majors, pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary students. It covers
 cellular and molecular biology, genetics, human anatomy and physiology, and developmental biology.
 8087 LEC 9:40-11:05 M W              BYRD WILLIAMS, P B AHS 248
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 T Th             KOVNAT, G D        AHS 251


BIOLOGY 007 -
GENERAL BIOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. See Biology chair regarding concurrent enrollment.
 UCLA and CSUN recommend the completion of both Biology 6 and Biology 7 as a core program.
 Biological concepts, including evolution, biological diversity, adaptation and ecology involving uni cellular and multi
 cellular organisms. Field trips are included.
 7404     Online                  GREEN MARROQUIN, B LINTERNET
 &        Online                  GREEN MARROQUIN, B LINTERNET
 &    LAB 2:45- 5:35 T Th         GREEN MARROQUIN, B LAHS 248
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8045 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th         HUANG, S S                 AHS 248
 &    LAB11:20- 2:30 T Th         HUANG, S S                 AHS 248
 8007 LEC 1:00- 2:25 T Th         KOVNAT, G D                AHS 239
 &    LAB 1:00- 4:10 M W          KOVNAT, G D                AHS 248


BIOLOGY 007 -
HONORS SECTION - GENERAL BIOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. See Biology chair regarding concurrent enrollment.
 UCLA and CSUN recommend the completion of both Biology 6 and Biology 7 as a core program. This course counts for
 partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages 121-123. Prior to the start
 of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes begin, honors sections are
 open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Biological concepts, including evolution, biological diversity, adaptation and ecology involving uni cellular and multi
 cellular and multi cellular organisms. Field trips are included.
 8046   LEC 9:40-11:05     T Th       HUANG, S S                  AHS 248
 &      LAB11:20- 2:30     T Th       HUANG, S S                  AHS 248
 8008   LEC 1:00- 2:25     T Th       KOVNAT, G D                 AHS 239
 &      LAB 1:00- 4:10     MW         KOVNAT, G D                 AHS 248


BIOLOGY 022 -
MARINE BIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Investigation of marine plants and animals. Study of intertidal, subtidal and offshore marine habitats. Effect of human
 impact on marine environment will be reviewed. Field trips to Southern California marine habitats will be offered.
 7405     Online                  KOVNAT, G D             INTERNET
 &    LAB 9:00-12:10 Th           FRANTZ, J C                AHS 156
 &    LEC 8:30- 9:00 Th           KOVNAT, G D                AHS 156
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1223 LEC 8:00- 9:25 M W          FRANTZ, J C                AHS 156
 &    LAB 9:35-11:00 M W          FRANTZ, J C                AHS 156
 1230 LEC 9:40-11:05 M W          HOYER, P                   AHS 239
 &      LAB11:05-12:30 M W              HOYER, P                       AHS 156


BIOLOGY 033 -
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Develops a comprehensive medical vocabulary applicable to all specialties of medicine, through the learning of Greek and
 Latin prefixes, suffixes root words and combining forms. Training in the spelling, pronunciation and definitions of medical
 terms is provided. A brief overview of human anatomy is included.
 7008        Online                     GREEN MARROQUIN, B LINTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the
              following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

 Evening Classes
 3052         6:00- 9:10     Th         HOUGHTON, J L                      H 115


BIOLOGY 040 -
THE SCIENCE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Biology 6 and Chemistry 101.
 This is a comprehensive introductory course to the science of biotechnology.
 1674   LEC 8:00- 9:10 MTWThF                   BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 248
 OR     LEC 8:00- 9:10 MTWThF                        NAKAMURA, L T                   AHS 248
 &      LAB 9:10-10:35 MTWThF                   BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 251
 OR     LAB 9:10-10:35 MTWThF                             HUANG, S S                 AHS 251
 &      LEC 10:40-11:45 MTWThF                  BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 248
 OR     LEC 10:40-11:45 MTWThF                       NAKAMURA, L T                   AHS 248
 &      LAB12:15- 1:40 MTWThF                   BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 251
 OR     LAB12:15- 1:40 MTWThF                             HUANG, S S                 AHS 251
 &      LEC 1:45- 2:50 MTWThF                   BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 248
 OR     LEC 1:45- 2:50 MTWThF                        NAKAMURA, L T                   AHS 248
 &      LAB 2:55- 3:25 MTWThF                   BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 251
 OR     LAB 2:55- 3:25 MTWThF                             HUANG, S S                 AHS 251
            (2 Week Class - starts 6/7/2011, ends 6/17/2011)


BIOLOGY 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BIOLOGY (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 1164        1 hr 05 mins TBA         BYRD-WILLIAMS, P B AHS 150
             NOTE: First class meeting is February 11, 2011 at 9:30 am. Class covers selected topics in biology with
             presentation technique. Class meets every other week, for 2 hours. Contact instructor for details (818)
             947-2880.
 1165        1 hr 05 mins TBA         BALDWIN, S L              AHS 247
             NOTE: First class meeting is Friday, February 25, 2011 at 9:00 am. Cat dissection/discussion class will
             meet 5 Fridays during semester for 3 hours. Contact instructor for details (818) 778-5877.
 1166        1 hr 05 mins TBA         HUANG, S S                AHS 239
             NOTE: First meeting is Friday, February 11, 2011 at 9:30 am. Birds of Los Angeles. Contact instructor
             for details at (818) 947-2877 or huangss@lave.edu .
 1183        1 hr 05 mins TBA         KOVNAT, G D               AHS 247
             NOTE: First meeting is Friday, February 25, 2011 at 9:30 am. Floristics: the collection, pressing,
             mounting, and identification of naturalized Southern California plants. Contract instructor for details at
             (818) 947-2881.
 Evening Classes
 5264        1 hr 05 mins TBA      GREEN MARROQUIN, B LAHS 247
             NOTE: Provides opportunities for students in biology field studies, botanical topics, and instructional
             methodology and tutoring. Contract instructor at (818) 947-2878.


BIOLOGY 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BIOLOGY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 8090        2 hrs 05 mins TBA       GREEN MARROQUIN, B LAHS 239
             NOTE: First class meeting is Friday, February 11, 2011 at 9:30 am. Provides opportunities for students to
             focus on selected topics. Contact instructor for details (818) 947-2878.


BIOLOGY 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BIOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 5265        3 hrs10 mins TBA      GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                    AHS 247
             NOTE: Provides opportunities for students in biology field studies, botanical topics, and instructional
             methodology and tutoring. Contract instructor at (818) 947-2878.


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                                               Biology, Marine
 (See Biology)




                                                 Broadcasting
 NOTE: Broadcasting is a part of the new Media Arts Department, along with the discipline of Broadcasting. Please refer to
 Media Arts and Cinema for related courses.


BROADCASTING 001 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic phases of radio, television and other mass media broadcasting, focusing on history, theory, and legal aspects.
 Different forms of broadcasting will be highlighted ranging from old technologies such as network, cable and first run
 syndication to the Internet and Video On Demand.
 7082        Online                  BEATON, J               INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3064         6:45- 9:55   M          MASON, S C                     H 110
 3033         6:45- 9:55   F          BEATON, J                      H 112


BROADCASTING 003 -
VOICE AND DICTION FOR RADIO AND TELEVISION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required for all radio and television majors. Open to others. Microphone experience in developing and improving effective
 vocal techniques for radio, TV, cable, and voice-over announcing.
 1169        11:20-12:45 T Th         NASTASIA, G M                  H 112
 Evening Classes
 3036         6:45- 9:55 T            BEATON, J                      H 112

BROADCASTING 005 -
RADIO AND TELEVISION ACTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory workshop in the techniques and methods of radio and television acting .
 Evening Classes
 5088 LEC                   6:30- 8:35       M             BALLEW, R S TV STD
 &    LAB                   8:35-10:40       M             BALLEW, R S TV STD

BROADCASTING 010 -
RADIO PROGRAMMING AND PRODUCTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 A workshop in contemporary radio, including announcing, live-mike performance, radio station operations, etc. Work on
 KVCM, campus radio station. Lab hours may be held on Saturdays.
 1227 LEC 9:40-10:45 T Th             NASTASIA, G M                   H 112
 &    LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA            NASTASIA, G M                   H 112
 Evening Classes
 3053 LEC 6:45- 8:50 W                BEATON, J                       H 112
 &    LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA            BEATON, J                       H 112


BROADCASTING 021 -
RADIO AND TELEVISION ADVERTISING AND SALES
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The course is designed to provide an overview of radio and television sales. How to sell, develop sales packages, ratings,
 non-traditional revenue, rate sheets, day part selling and more.
 Evening Classes
 3054         6:45- 9:55 Th           BEATON, J                      H 112

BROADCASTING 022 -
RADIO/TELEVISION ACTIVITIES (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: Completion of Broadcasting 10 or 46 or 185 or 285 or 385.
 Special problems in production, programming, research and management in broadcast media. Practical production
 assignments.
 1235        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        NASTASIA, G M                   H 112


BROADCASTING 025 -
RADIO/TV/FILM WRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Analysis of the form and style of radio, television and film scripts and program formats. Preparation of scripts for radio,
 television and film.
 NOTE: Students will be required to provide materials to complete class assignments. Additional time required.
 1171         1:00- 4:10    W         SAVAGE, T L                   CC 204
 1175         1:00- 4:10    Sat       WATANABE, D S                 CC 206


BROADCASTING 026 -
TV-FILM AESTHETICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An appreciative survey of television film and video communicative art forms. TV film and video programs are viewed,
 analyzed and critiqued.
 1172         1:00- 2:25 M W          NASTASIA, G M                  H 111
 Evening Classes
 3037         6:45- 9:55    T         MERRIFIELD, R S                CC 12
 3038         6:45- 9:55    W         RODRIGUEZ, A                   CC 10
BROADCASTING 028 -
TELEVISION ANNOUNCING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 (Not offered every semester.)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Training in various formats of television announcing ranging from news, special events, hosting, interviewing, and others.
 Emphasis is on student "on camera" delivery style and script research and analysis.
 1170         9:40-11:05 T Th         BALLEW, B A                TV STD

BROADCASTING 031 -
ADVANCED VOICE-OVER (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Broadcasting 17 or interview/audition with instructor.
 Advanced voice-over techniques for radio broadcast and television.
 Evening Classes
 3059         6:45- 9:55 Th           RYE, D F                          B 72

BROADCASTING 045 -
ADVANCED WORKSHOP FOR TV ACTING AND DIRECTING -
4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: Broadcasting 5.
 Intensive practice in advanced techniques of television acting and directing.
 Evening Classes
 5089         6:30-10:45 M            BALLEW, R S                  TV STD


BROADCASTING 046 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF TELEVISION PRODUCTION
(CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Teaches production, direction and operation of audio and video equipment for television, industrial and cable programming.
 NOTE: Students will need to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments. Additional time required.
 1228 LEC 9:40-12:50 M                NASTASIA, G M                TV STD
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 W                NASTASIA, G M                TV STD


BROADCASTING 081 -
FIELD WORK I - BROADCASTING (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Broadcasting 10 or 46, or 25 or Cinema 101 or Media Arts 101. Open entry/exit.
 For students currently working in paid or unpaid positions in the Broadcasting industries at least 2 hours per week. Contact
 instructor at start of semester.
 1234        2 hrs 05 mins            TBA              SWELSTAD, E J CC 12

BROADCASTING 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BROADCASTING (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Broadcasting program.
 Open entry/exit Allows the student to pursue Directed Study in Broadcasting on a contract basis under direction of
 supervising instructor.
 1245        1 hr 05 mins TBA         NASTASIA, G M                     H 112


BROADCASTING 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BROADCASTING (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Broadcasting program. Open entry/exit.
 Allows the student to pursue Directed Study in Broadcasting on a contract basis under direction of supervising instructor.
 1246        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        NASTASIA, G M                     H 112


BROADCASTING 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - BROADCASTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Broadcasting program.
  Open entry/exit. Allows the student to pursue Directed Study in Broadcasting on a contract basis under direction of
  supervising instructor.
  1248        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        NASTASIA, G M                  H 112

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  EDUCATION.




                                                      Business
  NOTE: See also Accounting, Finance, International Business, Law, Management, Marketing, and Real Estate.


BUSINESS 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Meaning and purpose of business in society. Historical development, economic setting, introduction to business area.
  7018        Online                  SIOUKAS, A V            INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7019        Online                  SIOUKAS, A V            INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  1663        9:40-11:05 M W          NEAL, E B                    BJ 110
  1174        1:00- 2:25 T Th         SIOUKAS, A V                 BJ 107
  Evening Classes
  3062         6:45- 9:55   T          SIOUKAS, A V                 BJ 105
  3067         6:45- 9:55   Th         MCINTOSH, A U               EST 107


BUSINESS 005 -
BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Business 6 may be taken before Business 5) (Same as Law 1)
  Prerequisite: None.
  Essentials of contract law in everyday problems. Safeguards for sales contracts. Includes case studies.
  8097         8:00- 9:25   MW         O'NEAL, S L                   BJ 110
  8099         9:40-11:05   MW         NASSER, D M                     B 51
  8107         9:40-11:05   T Th       ARDAVANY, J F                 BJ 110
  8047        11:20-12:45   MW         NASSER, D M                   BJ 110 (CANCELLED)
  8124        11:20-12:45   T Th       ARDAVANY, J F                 BJ 110
  Evening Classes
  5090         6:45- 9:55   M          ARDAVANY, J F                 BJ 106
  5161         6:45- 9:55   T          ENGLUND, A C                  BJ 106

  VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
  For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
  6541         5:55- 8:05 W            WATERSTONE, S I              CC 200
  &            8:00-12:00 Sat          WATERSTONE, S I              CC 201
               (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


BUSINESS 006 -
BUSINESS LAW II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Business 6 may be taken before Business 5) (Same as Law 2)
  Prerequisite: None.
  Offered in Spring semester only. Essentials of the law of agency, partnerships, corporations, property, commercial papers.
  Case study and lecture.
  Evening Classes
  5094         6:45- 9:55   Th         WATERSTONE, S I               BJ 107
BUSINESS 031 -
BUSINESS ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as CAOT 31)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required for all incoming CAOT majors. Recommended for all business majors. This course satisfies requirements for
 Banking and Real Estate Certificate. Instruction in the mechanics of English. The course covers punctuation, sentence
 structure, paragraph writing, words usage, sentence construction, paragraph development and effective development of
 English communication skills.
 7031        Online                  JENNINGS, A H           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7080        Online                  JENNINGS, A H           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8050        9:40-12:50 Th           MCINTOSH, A U             BJ 111 (CANCELLED)


BUSINESS 032 -
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as CAOT 32)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended for all CAOT and business majors. This course satisfies requirements for Real Estate Certificate.
 Emphasizes the concepts of effective written and oral communication in business. Develops the ability to write effective
 business memorandums, letters, e-mails and short reports. Develops the ability to create and present oral presentations.
 Required for CAOT certificates and AA degree.
 8040         9:40-12:50 Th              GREEN, V A                BJ 101
 8069         9:40-12:50 Sat             PAKES, J D                BJ 111 (CANCELLED)


BUSINESS 038 -
BUSINESS COMPUTATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Concurrent enrollment in Business 1. Basic math applied to accounting, financial, and other business problems.
 Includes percentages, discounts, etc.
 Evening Classes
 3021         6:45- 9:55    W            MCINTOSH, A U           BSC 102

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                         CAD
 (Computer Aided Design)
 (See Engineering Technology, General)




                                                      Chemistry

CHEMISTRY 051 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Mathematics 115.
 A descriptive course encompassing basic concepts of inorganic, organic and biological chemistry with applications to health
 and environmental issues. This course is for students requiring a physical science with lab (liberal arts, elementary
 education and allied health related majors) but is not intended for students planning to enroll in Chemistry 101.
 7407     Online                  FICKEL, T E             INTERNET
 &        Online                  FICKEL, T E             INTERNET
 &    LAB 7:30- 9:35 Th           YADEGAR, S                 AHS 346
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1661 LEC 7:30- 8:55 M W          FRIEDMAN, E S              AHS 149
 &    LEC 9:00-11:05 M            FRIEDMAN, E S              AHS 150
 &    LAB 9:00-11:05 W            FRIEDMAN, E S              AHS 346
 1676 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th         SHAHAB, M                       B 51
 &    LEC 11:15- 1:20 T           SHAHAB, M                       B 51
 &    LAB11:15- 1:20 Th           SHAHAB, M                  AHS 346
 Evening Classes
 3066 LEC 6:00- 7:25       T Th       CHO, V A                       B 51
 &    LEC 7:30- 9:35       T          CHO, V A                       B 51
 &    LAB 7:30- 9:35       Th         CHO, V A                    AHS 346

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6577 LEC 6:00- 9:50       F          NGUYEN, J V                 AHS 148
 &    LEC 1:00- 2:25       Sun        NGUYEN, J V                 AHS 148
 &    LAB 2:30- 4:35       Sun        NGUYEN, J V                 AHS 346


CHEMISTRY 068 -
PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Mathematics 120 and concurrent enrollment in Mathematics 125.
 Elementary chemical principles and laws with applications to industrial, environmental, and health issues. Lab will
 introduce safety, scientific observation, measurement, use of chemicals, and will utilize computer tutorial software with an
 emphasis on chemical stoichiometry and gas law calculations.
 7408      Online                 FICKEL, T E             INTERNET (CANCELLED)
 &         Online                 FICKEL, T E             INTERNET (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 7:30- 9:35 T            FICKEL, T E             AHS 346(CANCELLED)
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1682 LEC 9:40-11:05 T Th         SWEETMAN, L L              AHS 150
 &    LEC 11:10-12:15 T Th        SWEETMAN, L L              AHS 150
 &    LAB12:20- 2:25 T            SWEETMAN, L L              AHS 346
 &    LAB12:20- 2:25 Th           SWEETMAN, L L              AHS 150
 1738 LEC 2:00- 3:25 M W          ANDERIASSIAN, E            AHS 150
 &    LEC 3:30- 4:35 M W          ANDERIASSIAN, E            AHS 150
 &    LAB 4:40- 6:45 M            ANDERIASSIAN, E            AHS 346
 &    LAB 4:40- 6:45 W            ANDERIASSIAN, E            AHS 150


CHEMISTRY 101 -
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 If you have NOT passed Chemistry 60 or Chemistry 68 or do NOT have credit for an equivalent college level course and
 you plan to enroll in Chemistry 101, then you must take the LAVC Chemistry 101 Readiness Exam. The Testing office
 administers the exam during the enrollment period. Test dates and times are available in the testing office.
 Prerequisites: Chemistry 60 or 68 and Mathematics 120 and 125 with grades of C or better.
 Students without an equivalent college-level chemistry class on their official transcript must take the Chemistry 101
 Readiness Exam. A study of chemical principles and laws with an emphasis on chemical stoichiometry and concentration
 calculations, gas laws, thermochemistry, introductory quantum mechanics, bonding, molecular geometry, unit cell
 calculations, and colligative properties. Lab work includes gravimetric analysis, titration, and observation.
 1176   LEC 9:40-11:05     MW         MILLIGAN, J A              AHS 341
 &      LEC 11:10-12:15    MW         MILLIGAN, J A              AHS 341
 &      LAB12:20- 2:25     MW         MILLIGAN, J A              AHS 341
 7409        Online                   FICKEL, T E              INTERNET
 &           Online                   FICKEL, T E              INTERNET
 &      LAB10:00-12:05     T Th       FICKEL, T E                AHS 341
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3068 LEC 5:00- 6:25       MW         FICKEL, T E                    B 52
 &    LEC 6:30- 7:35       MW         FICKEL, T E                    B 52
 &    LAB 7:40- 9:35       MW         FICKEL, T E                 AHS 341


CHEMISTRY 102 -
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 with a grade of C or better.
 A continuation of Chemistry 101 with lecture topics including kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and
 nuclear, transition-metal, and introductory organic chemistry. Lab includes instrumentation, qualitative analysis, and topics
 related to lecture.
 1177 LEC 7:30- 8:55 T Th             FRIEDMAN, E S               AHS 149
 &    LEC 8:55-10:00 T Th             FRIEDMAN, E S               AHS 345
 &    LAB10:05-12:10 T Th             FRIEDMAN, E S               AHS 345
 Evening Classes
 3069 LEC 5:00- 6:20       MW         MILLIGAN, J A               AHS 345
 &    LEC 6:25- 7:25       MW         MILLIGAN, J A               AHS 345
 &    LAB 7:30- 9:35       MW         MILLIGAN, J A               AHS 345


CHEMISTRY 211 -
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Chemistry 101 and Chemistry 102 with grades of C or better.
 Introduction to the topological, physical, and chemical properties of carbon-containing compounds. Laboratory emphasis on
 the preparation, isolation, purification and analysis of organic compounds.
 Evening Classes
 3402   LEC 5:00- 6:25     MW         ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &      LEC 6:30- 7:35     MW         ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &      LAB 7:40- 9:45     MW         ELIAS, W M                  AHS 342
 3403   LEC 5:00- 6:20     MW         ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &      LEC 1:40- 2:45     T Th       ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &      LAB 2:50- 4:55     T Th       ELIAS, W M                  AHS 342


CHEMISTRY 212 -
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS II
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Chemistry 211 with a grade of C or better.
 A continuation of Chemistry 211 with emphasis on structural, physical, and chemical properties of organic compounds and
 molecules of biological importance. Lab emphasis on preparation, isolation, and purification of carbon-containing
 compounds.
 Evening Classes
 3070 LEC 5:00- 6:25       T Th       ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &    LEC 6:30- 7:35       T Th       ELIAS, W M                  EST 108
 &    LAB 7:40- 9:45       T Th       ELIAS, W M                  AHS 342

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                              Chicano Studies
CHICANO STUDIES 002 -
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 This course investigates the most relevant issues facing the Chicano community today: public health, educational inequities,
 political under-representation, and immigration policies.
 1178        11:20-12:45 M W          LOPEZ, P J                    FL 111
 Evening Classes
 3318         3:30- 6:40    M         MOCTEZUMA, R                  FL 111


CHICANO STUDIES 007 -
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Chicano contribution to United States history, with emphasis on Pre-Columbian era through early nineteenth century.
 1180         8:00- 9:25    MW        LOPEZ, P J                    FL 111
 1197         1:00- 2:25    T Th      HERNANDEZ, J G                FL 111
 Evening Classes
 3075         6:45- 9:55    W         HERNANDEZ, J G                FL 111


CHICANO STUDIES 008 -
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 The Chicano socio-historical, political experience in the United States from the mid 19th century through the twentieth
 century.
 Emphasis will be on Chicano participation, contributions and experiences in American society. This course fulfills the state
 graduation requirement in U.S. History and state and local government and (US-1) of the CSU American Institutions
 Requirement.

                                                    WEEKEND COLLEGE

 6617         8:00- 3:25 Sat          HERNANDEZ, J G          FL 111 (CANCELLED)
             (7 Week Class - starts 2/25/2011, ends 4/2/2011)
 6906         8:05- 9:20 MTWThF JIMENEZ, G A                POLY HIGH
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 1181         9:40-11:05 M W          LOPEZ, P J                 FL 111
 8172        11:20-12:45 T Th         LOPEZ, P J                 FL 111
 6907        11:55- 1:15 MTWThF DE LA O, I J                POLY HIGH
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 1182         1:00- 2:25 M W          LACARRA, R D               FL 111
 6909         1:30- 2:50 MTWThF DE LA O, I J                POLY HIGH
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3072         3:30- 6:40    W         DE LA O, I J                  FL 111


CHICANO STUDIES 008 -
HONORS SECTION - -THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Chicano experience in 19th and 20th centuries. Emphasis on cultural-philosophical clash of Anglo-Saxon and Mexican
 society.
 8173        11:20-12:45 T Th         LOPEZ, P J                    FL 111
CHICANO STUDIES 042 -
CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN LITERATURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Spanish 12)
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to major historical events and literary movements in Mexico, with a focus on 20th-century Mexican
 literature read in translation. Lectures, readings and discussions in English.
 Evening Classes
 5021         6:45- 9:55    W         ANDRADE, A E                  FL 106


CHICANO STUDIES 042 -
HONORS SECTION - CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN LITERATURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Spanish 12)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Lectures and discussions in English on the literature of and history of Mexico during the twentieth century, with a
 background of earlier works.
 Evening Classes
 5022         6:45- 9:55    W         ANDRADE, A E                  FL 106


CHICANO STUDIES 044 -
MEXICAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Spanish 16)
 Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods and their influence on mores, art, literature, and music to present times.
 8129         9:40-11:05 T Th         LOPEZ, P J                    FL 111

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                            Child Development
 Careers in Child Development courses are listed as Family and Consumer Studies 1 in the Family and Consumer section of
 the schedule.
 For marriage and family studies, see Family and Consumer Studies 31.
 The State of California Dept. of Social Services has standardized all CD course numbers throughout the state. These are
 designated as DS in some courses.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001 -
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Psychology 1 or concurrent enrollment.
 The developmental theories from prenatal through adolescence. Physical, mental, social, emotional growth. Dept. of Social
 Services DS 1.
 7001        Online                  BAGHDASERIANS, E INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7002        Online                  BAGHDASERIANS, E INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1186         8:00- 9:25 T Th        FARHOOD, F E             CDFC 160
 1190         8:00-11:10 Sat         VALDOVINOS, C            CDFC 155
 1185         9:40-11:05 M W         CHAKERIAN, L             CDFC 160
 1187        11:20-12:45 M W         CHAKERIAN, L             CDFC 160
 1188         9:40-11:05 T Th        TROJAN, H C              CDFC 155 (CANCELLED)
 1189         1:00- 2:25    T Th       TROJAN, H C               CDFC 155
 Evening Classes
 3074         3:30- 6:40 W             MANDOSSIAN, S           CDFC 160
 6910         3:30- 4:35 M W F POURROY, D                    SUVY HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Sun Valley High School located at 9171 Telfair Avenue, Sun Valley, CA
              91352
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 3076         6:45- 9:55 M             HARDY, L G             CDFC 155 (CANCELLED
 3077         6:45- 9:55 T             MANDOSSIAN, S           CDFC 160
 3078         6:45- 9:55 W             BERG, R L               CDFC 159


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002 -
EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Survey of preschool education, current philosophies and practices. Role of teacher is emphasized. Dept. of Social Services
 DS 3.
 Evening Classes
 3446         3:30- 6:40    T          SHIPMAN, A M              CDFC 159
 3073         6:45- 9:55    T          SHIPMAN, A M              CDFC 159


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003 -
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Child Development 1 and 2.
 Values of creative experience for children. Dramatic play, art, blocks, music activities are explored. Dept. of Social Services
 DS 3.
 1193         8:00-11:10 Sat           BRIN, R C                 CDFC 156
 Evening Classes
 3065         3:30- 6:40    W          TROJAN, H C               CDFC 156
 3080         6:45- 9:55    Th         REED, C L                 CDFC 156


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 004 -
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Child Development 1 and 2.
 Skills in curriculum planning, class organization, language arts, social studies, mathematics and science. Dept. of Social
 Services DS 3.
 1195        11:20-12:45 T Th          BACA, T J                 CDFC 159
 Evening Classes
 3082         6:45- 9:55    M          POURROY, D                CDFC 159


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010 -
HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Child Development 1.
 Special health problems of young children are identified. Includes nutrition, child diseases and first aid. Dept. of Social
 Services DS 7.
 1191         9:40-11:05 M W           VAZQUEZ, L E              CDFC 159
 1255         1:00- 2:25 T Th          VAZQUEZ, L E              CDFC 159 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3083         6:45- 9:55    Th         GETSKOW, V A              CDFC 160


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011 -
HOME, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required for all Child Development majors. Survey of sociological, cultural and economic influences on children and
 family life patterns. Dept. of Social Services DS 2.
 1196         9:40-11:05 T Th         BRIN, R C                CDFC 160 (CANCELLED)
 1194        11:20-12:45 M W          BACA, T J                CDFC 159
 1198         1:00- 2:25 M W          BACA, T J                CDFC 159
 Evening Classes
 3071         3:30- 6:40   T          TAGLYAN KOUROUYAN, H HCDFC 160
 3085         6:45- 9:55   W          YSAIS, M S       CDFC 156

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6535        5:55- 8:05 Th           YSAIS, M S              CDFC 159
 &           8:00-12:00 Sat          YSAIS, M S              CDFC 159
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 022 -
PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1 and 11, Child Development 3 or 4 and one course from Child Development 2, 10, 35, 42,
 44, 45 or 48 with a grade of C or better in all child development classes; health examination, TB test, and approval of field
 work.
 According to the Department of Social Services regulations, students having contact with children shall be fingerprinted and
 have a Child Abuse Index Check. Students must pay a processing fee of $97.00. NOTE: In addition to seminar class,
 students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field
 placement, student MUST be available 2 days a week (3 1/2 hours on either MW or TTH) between 8:00-12:30pm. With
 PRIOR APPROVAL from college instructor, students currently working in a REGULAR position in an early childhood
 program may be able to complete their field placement at their worksite. Field experience in an early childhood setting and
 weekly seminar to gain overall view of teaching.
 Evening Classes
 3087   LEC 3:30- 5:35 Th             LOPEZ, M G               CDFC 160
 &      LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA         LOPEZ, M G                   OC
 3088   LEC 6:45- 8:50 M              LOPEZ, M G               CDFC 160
 &      LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA         LOPEZ, M G                   OC
 OR     LEC 6:45- 8:50 M              OKAYAMA, L F             CDFC 160
 OR     LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA         OKAYAMA, L F                 OC


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 023 -
PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 22 with a grade of C or better. Health exam, TB test, and approval of field work.
 According to the Department of Social Services regulations, students having contact with children shall be fingerprinted and
 have a Child Abuse Index check. Students must pay a processing fee of $97.00.The second semester of field experience in
 an early childhood setting and weekly seminar to gain overall view of teaching. NOTE: In addition to seminar class,
 students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field
 placement, student MUST be available 2 days a week (3 1/2 hours on either MW or TTH) between 8:00-12:30pm. With
 PRIOR APPROVAL from college instructor, students currently working in a REGULAR position in an early childhood
 program may be able to complete their field placement at their worksite.
 Evening Classes
 3089   LEC 6:45- 8:50 Th             FARHOOD, F L             CDFC 155
 &      LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA         FARHOOD, F L                 OC
 &      LEC 6:45- 8:50 Th             ASIANIAN, M D            CDFC 155
 &      LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA         ASIANIAN, M D                OC


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 030 -
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
 (Offered Fall semester only.)
 Survey of infant and toddler development in relation to educational programs. Principles of care-giving, and curricular
 design. Observations in the field are a part of this class. Dept. of Social Services DS 4.
 1313         1:00- 2:25   T Th       BACA, T J                 CDFC 160


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 031 -
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
 (Offered Spring semester only.)
 Survey of infant and toddler development and its relation to curriculum, assessments, and intervention. Direct observations
 in infant and toddler programs are requirements of this course.
 Evening Classes
 3090         6:45- 9:55   W          ROOSEVELT, M L           CDFC 160


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 034 -
OBSERVING AND RECORDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
 Offered in Spring semester only. Strategies and techniques for observing, recording and interpreting behavior of young
 children in early childhood programs.
 Evening Classes
 3091         6:45- 9:55   T          ASLANIAN, M D            CDFC 156


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 035 -
FOSTERING LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Development of instructional skills, curriculum, activities and environment for promoting language and literacy in young
 children.
 Evening Classes
 3092         6:45- 9:55   W          OKAYAMA, L F             CDFC 155


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 036 -
LITERATURE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 (Same as English 236)
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of literature suitable for children up to eight years old. Recommended for early childhood and primary grade
 teachers and parents.
 8067        1:00- 2:50 M W          OKAYAMA, L F               CDFC 155 (CANCELLED)
             (5 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/9/2011)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 038 -
ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1 and 11, Child Development 3 or 4, and one course from Child Development 2, 10, 35,
 42, 44, 45 or 48 or equivalent skill level.
 Principles and practices of pre-school organization and administration. Dept. of Social Services DS 6.
 7086        Online                  FOLEY, I G              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 039 -
ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROG II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Child Development 38.
 (Offered Spring semester only.)
 Examines the principles and practices of early childhood program organization and administration. Expands upon
 information gained in Child Development 38.
 1256        8:00-3:35 Sat           FOLEY, I G           CDFC 160 (CANCELLED)
             (14 Week Class - starts 2/12/2011, ends 5/14/2011 Class meets every other Saturday)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 042 -
THE CHILD IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The philosophy, principles and methods of relating to children with varied cultural heritages. The study and comparison of
 various cultural backgrounds, the implications and applications in teaching children.
 Evening Classes
 3095         3:30- 6:40    M          SHIPMAN, A M              CDFC 159

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6586         5:55- 8:05 Th           BRIN, R C               CDFC 159
 &            1:00- 5:00 Sat          BRIN, R C               CDFC 159
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/4/2011)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 044 -
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS I
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
 Introduction to the study of exceptional children, focusing on classification and special characteristics. Includes
 observations of children in programs.
 Evening Classes
 3103         6:45- 9:55    T          HARDY, L G                CDFC 155


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 045 -
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS II
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
 Introduction to the study of exceptional children, focusing on general program planning and modification. Includes
 observations of programs.
 1250        11:20-12:45 T Th          ASLANIAN, M D             CDFC 160


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 047 -
SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 (Offered Spring semester only.)
 Survey of care and guidance in school age programs. Designed for those planning to work or working in before and/or after
 school programs. Focus is on guidance, community resources, communication with home and school, and leadership.
 Evening Classes
 3099         6:45- 9:55    M          RAMSEY, N L               CDFC 156


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 053 -
PARENTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.
 This course will examine the role of the parent throughout the early stages of child development and provide strategies for
 supporting a variety of parenting styles and family structures. In addition, students will learn about positive parenting
 behaviors and explore techniques for fostering positive teacher-parent interactions.
 1252         9:40-12:50 F             ROOSEVELT, M L            CDFC 160


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 172 -
INTRODUCTION TO CAREERS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course introduces students to the variety of career options available to Child Development majors. Exploration of
 career opportunities, required qualifications, resources available, as well as academic and professional support systems.
 1192         1:00- 2:30 M W          REED, C L            CDFC 160 (CANCELLED)
              (5 Week Class - starts 2/28/2011, ends 3/30/2011)
 1041         1:45- 3:15 T            POURROY, D               PAN HIGH (ADD)
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/14/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 Evening Classes
 3140         3:30- 5:50 T            TROJAN, H C             CDFC 156
              (7 Week Class - starts 2/08/2011, ends 3/22/2011)
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CHILD DEVELOPMENT (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: A 2.5 grade point average in at least 6 units of Child Development and approval of project.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in child development on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising
 instructor.
 1145        1 hr 05 mins TBA         LOPEZ, M G                CDFC 171


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CHILD DEVELOPMENT (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A 2.5 grade point average in at least 6 units of Child Development and approval of project.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in child development on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising
 instructor.
 1146        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        LOPEZ, M G                CDFC 171


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CHILD DEVELOPMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A 2.5 grade point average in at least 6 units of Child Development and approval of project.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in child development on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising
 instructor.
 1152 3 hrs 10 mins        TBA        LOPEZ, M G                CDFC 171

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                       Cinema
 NOTE: Cinema is a part of the new Media Arts Department, along with the discipline of Cinema. Please refer to Media Arts
 and Broadcasting for related


CINEMA 101 -
BEGINNING FILM PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Cinema 107 with a grade of C or better or Cinema 107 as a corequisite.
 Comprehensive overview of all aspects of film basic theory and its application via exams, exercises, and 'hands-on'
 experiences culminating in a 1-minute 16mm TV-commercial.
 Evening Classes
 3055 LEC 6:30- 8:35 Th               SWELSTAD, E J               MP STD
 &    LAB 8:35-10:40 Th               SWELSTAD, E J               MP STD


CINEMA 104 -
HISTORY OF DOCUMENTARY FILM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A historical overview of the art and craft of documentary films, from silents to contemporary, classic and controversial.
 Evening Classes
 3058         6:45- 9:55   M          DACCURSO, J A               BSC 101


CINEMA 105 -
HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Overview of the history of cinema, both American and foreign, from silent to contemporary times.
 7029        Online                  RODRIGUEZ, A            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8015        1:00- 4:10 T            DACCURSO, J A                 CC 10
  Evening Classes
  5005         6:45- 9:55    T         DACCURSO, J A               BSC 101


CINEMA 105 -
HONORS SECTION - HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
  121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
  begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  Overview of the history of Cinema, both American and foreign, from silent to contemporary times.
  8016         1:00- 4:10    T         DACCURSO, J A                  CC 10
  Evening Classes
  5006         6:45- 9:55    T         DACCURSO, J A               BSC 101


CINEMA 106 -
THE ART OF ANIMATION AND SPECIAL EFFECTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An analytical overview of animation and special effects, past and present, traditional and experimental, American and
  foreign.
  Evening Classes
  3183         6:45- 9:55    Th        DACCURSO, J A                  CC 10


CINEMA 107 -
UNDERSTANDING MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None. Analytical critical survey of motion pictures as an art form, communication medium and entertainment
  medium.
  7083         Online                  SWELSTAD, E J           INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  1201         1:00- 4:10 W            DACCURSO, J A                 CC 10
  Evening Classes
  3102         6:45- 9:55    W         DACCURSO, J A               BSC 101


CINEMA 120 -
FILM EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Same as Media Arts 120)
  Prerequisite: Cinema 101 with a grade of C or better. Intermediate course dealing with all aspects of editing from theory to
  application, involving Sync-sound Film Editing.
  Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments. Additional time required.
  *This class is not offered every semester.
  Evening Classes
  5027 LEC 6:30- 8:35 M                RODRIGUEZ, A                    CC 8
  &    LAB 8:35-10:40 M                RODRIGUEZ, A                    CC 8


CINEMA 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CINEMA (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Cinema program.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
  IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
  AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
  Allows student to pursue Directed Study in cinema on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
  Evening Classes
  3104        1 hr 05 mins TBA         SWELSTAD, E J                   CC 8
CINEMA 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CINEMA (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Cinema program.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue Directed Study in cinema on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 3106        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        SWELSTAD, E J                  CC 8


CINEMA 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - CINEMA (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Cinema program.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue Directed Study in cinema on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 3107        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        SWELSTAD, E J                  CC 8

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                    Computer Applications Office Technologies

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001 -
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course instructs students in proper keyboarding techniques to accomplish mastery of the computer keyboard by touch.
 Students will develop speed and accuracy and produce basic business documents such as business letters, reports, and tables
 using word processing software.
 1498   LEC 10:15-11:20    MW         JENNINGS, A H                 BJ 101
 &      LAB11:20-12:45     MW         JENNINGS, A H                 BJ 101
 1495   LEC 1:00- 2:05     MW         STAFF                        BJ 111 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB 2:05- 3:30     MW         STAFF                        BJ 111 (CANCELLED)
 1499   LEC 1:00- 2:05     T Th       POLLYEA, S B                  BJ 111
 &      LAB 2:05- 3:30     T Th       POLLYEA, S B                  BJ 111
 Evening Classes
 3300 LEC 6:45- 7:50       MW         SAMBRANO, R                   BJ 111
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:15       MW         SAMBRANO, R                   BJ 111


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 002 -
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The course provides a thorough training in keyboarding skills and emphasizes formatting various kinds of business
 correspondence including business letters, envelopes, reports, business forms, and tables of increasing complexity.
 Continued emphasis is placed on keyboarding techniques, improving speed/accuracy on timed writings, and developing
 proofreading skills. Required for CAOT certificates and AA Degree.
 7017    Online                   JERRY, G S              INTERNET
 &       Online                   JERRY, G S              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1494 LEC 9:40-10:45 M W          LEIVA, C Y                   BJ 109
 &      LAB10:45-12:10 M W           LEIVA, C Y                    BJ 109


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 009 -
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING IMPROVEMENT (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Improve keyboarding speed and accuracy through corrective drills, exercises, and timed writings.
 1497 LAB 1:00- 3:00       W         JENNINGS, A H                 BJ 101
 &    LAB1 hr              TBA       JENNINGS, A H                 BJ 101


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 031 -
BUSINESS ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Business 31)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required for all incoming CAOT majors. Recommended for Business majors. Instruction in the mechanics of English. The
 course covers punctuation, sentence structure, paragraph writing, word usage, sentence construction, paragraph
 development and effective development of English communication skills.
 7030        Online                  JENNINGS, A H           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7079        Online                  JENNINGS, A H           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8049        9:40-12:50 Th           MCINTOSH, A U                  BJ 111 (CANCELLED)


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 032 -
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: for all CAOT and Business majors. (Same as Business 32)
 Emphasizes the concepts of effective written and oral communication in business. Develops the ability to write effective
 business memorandums, letters, e-mails and short reports. Develops the ability to create and present oral presentations.
 Required for CAOT certificates and AA degree.
 8039         9:40-12:50 Th          GREEN, V A                    BJ 101
 8070         9:40-12:50 Sat         PAKES, J D                   BJ 111 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6560         8:15-10:30 W           SIEGEL CLARK, J S             BJ 101
 &           1:00- 5:15 Sat          SIEGEL CLARK, J S             BJ 111
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 033 -
RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND FILING - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Alphabetic, numeric, subject, geographic filing systems; control, retrieval, and management by manual, electronic, and
 micrographic methods.
 1501 LEC 9:00-10:05 F               PAKES, J D                    BJ 111
 &    LAB10:05-12:10 F               PAKES, J D                    BJ 111


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 037 -
SECRETARIAL ACCOUNTING - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course provides a detailed study of the principles and practices of bookkeeping. It includes double entry bookkeeping,
 trial balance, worksheets, bank reconciliations, and financial statements. Required for CAOT AA degree. Fulfills CAOT
 certificate requirements.
 Evening Classes
 3304         6:45- 9:55   T         FUKUDA, I A                   BJ 107
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 047 -
APPLIED OFFICE PRACTICE (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: CAOT 1, 2, 84, and 82.
 Students work six hours a week in an office on campus and will obtain practical experience in a business environment
 utilizing keyboarding and computer skills. Fulfills CAOT certificates and AA degree requirements.
 1503        5 hrs 25 mins TBA       JENNINGS, A H             BJ 102D
             Note: Students must meet with the instructor Tuesday, February 8, 2011,
             at 1 pm in BJ 104 for orientation.


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 078 -
MICROCOMPUTER ACCTG APPLICATIONS FOR THE ELECTRONIC OFFICE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CAOT 37 or Accounting 21. Or Accounting 1.
 This course acquaints students with the use of the computer for accounting applications. Students receive hands-on
 experience in analyzing business transactions, keeping records, preparing financial statements, and generating financial
 management reports using an accounting software package such as QuickBooks.
 1507 LEC 8:30- 9:35       Sat        NAULT, W H                    BJ 101
 &    LAB 9:35- 1:50       Sat        NAULT, W H                    BJ 101


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082 -
MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course provides hands-on experience using personal computers and the Windows operating system. It includes an
 overview of Windows and an introduction to Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
 7014     Online                  CLARK G B               INTERNET
 AND      Online                  CLARK, G B              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7016     Online                  SACHS, S M              INTERNET
 &        Online                  SACHS, S M              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7071     Online                  SACHS, S M              INTERNET
 &        Online                  SACHS, S M              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1506 LEC 9:40-10:10 T Th         RAHNI, M                     BJ 109
 &    LAB10:10-12:15 T Th         RAHNI, M                     BJ 109
 Evening Classes
 3307 LEC 6:45- 7:15       MW         VALDIVIA, O                  BJ 109 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 7:15- 9:20       MW         VALDIVIA, O                  BJ 109 (CANCELLED)


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 084 -
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: WORD PROCESSING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: CAOT 1 or basic keyboarding.
 Prepares students to become proficient in the use of Microsoft Word. Develops skill and knowledge in word processing
 software including hands-on training creating various types of business documents, mail merge, graphics, and other
 applications. Fulfills CAOT AA degree and certificate requirements.
 7027         Online                  JERRY, G S              INTERNET
 &            Online                  JERRY, G S              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 085 -
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None. T
 his course provides a detailed study of business applications using Microsoft Excel or a similar software.
 Topics include the commands, formats, and functions of Excel with emphasis on its use as a problem solving and financial
 analysis tool. Fulfills CAOT AA degree and Certificate requirements.
 7013      Online                 SACHS, S M              INTERNET
 AND       Online                 SACHS, S M              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7402 LEC 10:30-11:35 Sat         SACHS, S M                   BJ 109
 &    LAB11:35- 1:00 Sat          SACHS, S M                   BJ 109
 &         Online                 SACHS, S M              INTERNET
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 092 -
COMPUTER WINDOWS APPLICATION (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: CAOT 1 or Basic Keyboarding Skills. efficiency course prepares students to work efficiency within the
 Microsoft Windows operating system.
 Topics include windows desktop, help, file and folder management, accessing applications and communicating, and
 customizing a computer using the control panel.
 1505 LEC 12:30- 1:35 F               PAKES, J D                    BJ 111
 &    LAB 1:35- 3:40 F                PAKES, J D                    BJ 111


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 097 -
INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET FOR COAT - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Provides an overview of the use of the Internet for the office professional. Covers exchanging mail, searching for
 information, retrieving files, using a web browser and creating a web page. Fulfills CAOT AA degree and certificate
 requirements.
 1508 LEC 9:00-11:05 F                RAHNI, M                      BJ 109
 &    LAB11:05- 2:15 F                RAHNI, M                      BJ 109


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 108 -
PRESENTATION DESIGN FOR THE OFFICE (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course provides an overview of presentation design software. Students learn to use templates, outlines, clip art, and
 documents to create presentations, electronic slide shows and websites.
 Evening Classes
 3230 LEC 6:45- 7:50       T          VALDIVIA, O                   BJ 101
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T          VALDINIA, O                   BJ 101


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 123 -
WEB APPLICATIONS FOR THE OFFICE PROFESSIONAL - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Instruction in creating Web pages for business applications by using dimensions of time, sound, motion, and authoring
 tools. Software such as Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks will be used.
 Evening Classes
 3225 LEC 5:40- 7:45       Th         CLARK, G B                    BJ 101
 &    LAB 7:45- 9:50       Th         CLARK, G B                    BJ 101


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 124 -
INTRODUCTION TO IMAGE CREATION FOR THE OFFICE PROFESSIONAL - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: CAOT 97.
 This course will cover importing, correcting, and manipulating images using Adobe Photoshop or a similar software. The
 course includes scanning, planning, and modifying images that can be used for a variety of business applications.
 Evening Classes
 3312 LEC 5:45- 7:50       M          EL KHOURY, N R                BJ 101
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       M          EL KHOURY, N R                BJ 101
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: CAOT major and approved project.
 Enables students to pursue Directed Study in CAOT under the guidance of a supervising instructor. Enroll with permission
 of instructor.
 1536        1 hr 05 mins TBA        JENNINGS, A H               BJ 102D


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CAOT major and approved project.
 Enables students to pursue Directed Study in CAOT under the guidance of a supervising instructor. Enroll with permission
 of instructor.
 1540        3 hrs 10 mins TBA       JENNINGS, A H               BJ 102D

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                       Computer Science-Information Technology

COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 800 -
PRACTICAL PC (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Learn to buy and use a PC. Organizing and protecting files, browsing the Internet and sending e-mail with attachments will
 be covered. file compression, downloading and the use of application programs will be introduced. This course is for
 anyone needing a start with a computer.
 1286 LEC 12:50- 1:55 W              STAFF                        E 101 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 1:55- 3:00 W               STAFF                        E 101 (CANCELLED)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 801 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Designed for non-majors; majors see CSIT 802. Overview of computers and information processing. Students will survey
 PC principles, word processing, spreadsheets, communications and database applications, as well as hardware components,
 files, programming languages, and operating systems (description) Microsoft Office 2007 will be used. Note: For general
 introductory course, see CSIT 830, or CSIT 800
 7025         Online                 SEFIANI, S              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7042         Online                 SEFIANI, S              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1203         8:00-11:10 Sat         ROBINSON, L A                 E 107
 1204        11:20-12:45 M W         FRANCO, P W                   E 101
 1210         1:00- 4:10 T           KIM, J C                      E 115

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6574        8:00-12:05 Sat          HERRINGTON, S                BJ 105
 &           Online                  HERRINGTON, S           INTERNET
             (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3105         3:30- 6:40   W         HERRINGTON, S                 BJ 105 (CANCELLED)
 7421         6:45- 7:50   M         BITAR, E                      BJ 105
 &            Online                  BITAR, E                INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 3108         6:45- 9:55 W            COLTON, C L-                 BJ 105


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 802 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to the design, development, and implementation of computer programs using a high-level programming
 language. The course provides an introduction to both structured, procedural programming and object-oriented
 programming techniques.
 This section will use a subset of C++. Designed for Computer Science majors.
 1205   LEC 1:00- 3:05     MW        SEFIANI, S                     E 107
 &      LAB 3:05- 4:00     MW        SEFIANI, S                     E 107
 1206   LEC 1:00- 3:05     T Th      SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101
 &      LAB 3:05- 4:00     T Th      SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101
 Evening Classes
 3110   LEC   6:45- 8:50   MW        KENT, J A                      E 107
 &      LAB   8:55- 9:50   MW        KENT, J A                      E 107
 3111   LEC   6:45- 8:50   T Th      SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101
 &      LAB   8:50- 9:55   T Th      SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 808 -
PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BASIC (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 802, or the combination of CSIT 806 and CSIT 807.
 This course teaches the development of programs and program modules for Windows applications. It provides an
 introduction to programming using an event driven programming language.
 Microsoft's Visual Basic.NET will be used.
 Evening Classes
 3112 LEC 5:45- 7:50       T         AGAZARYAN, Z                   E 107
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T         AGAZARYAN, Z                   E 107


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 816 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 802, or the combination of CSIT 806 and 807.
 Fundamentals of information representation, storage organization, and instruction sets in computer systems. Topics include
 assembly language instruction formats, addressing modes, the instruction execution cycle, stacks, optimizing compiles,
 system interrupts, and virtual memory.
 Evening Classes
 3113 LEC 5:45- 7:50       M         SEFIANI, S                     E 117
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       M         SEFIANI, S                     E 117


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 819 -
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Fundamental concepts of information technology and its applications in business with in-depth coverage of a spreadsheet,
 brief coverage of a word processor. Microsoft's Office 2003 with emphasis on Excel will be used. Meets Microsoft
 Certificate requirements and the Microcomputer Applications Management Specialist Certificate.
 1207 LEC 1:00- 2:05       T Th      COLTON, C L                 BJ 105 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 2:05- 4:10       T Th      COLTON, C L                 BJ 105 (CANCELLED)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 830 -
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Survey of major office applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation, in an
 integrated suite. Microsoft's Office 2007 will be used. Should be taken prior to CSIT 850. Required for majors and the
 Microcomputer Applications Management Specialist Certificate. Meets Microsoft Certificate requirements.
 7011         Online                 BITAR, E                INTERNET
 &            Online                 BITAR, E                INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 832 -
ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES AND INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 836 with a grade of C or better.
 Introduction to the characteristics of database processing systems and file design/organization. Relational database
 management systems will be highlighted. Must be taken by all computer science majors.
 7038        Online                  KENT, J A               INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 834 -
OPERATING SYSTEMS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 802, or the combination of CSIT 806 and 807.
 Introduction to a top-down conceptional view of the LINUX System covering the basic aspects of its environment and
 utility programs. Satisfies electives for Computer Science major and Programming Certificate.
 Evening Classes
 3116         6:45- 9:55    M         MOJASSAMIAN, P                  E 104


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 836 -
INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 839 with a grade of C or better.
 Introduction to the study of data structures formed from primitive data types, abstract data types, and their implementation
 in program design. This section will use the C/C++ programming language. Required for all computer science majors, and
 the Computer Science Programming Certificate.
 7026        Online                  KENT, J A               INTERNET
 &           Online                  KENT, J A               INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 839 -
INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING USING C/C++ (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 802, or the combination of CSIT 806 and 807.
 Concepts and principles of the C and C++ programming languages. Students will develop enhanced logical programming
 and problem-solving skills at the level of a second programming course.
 Required for all Computer Science majors, the Computer Science Programming Certificate, and the C/C++ Certificate.
 1214 LEC 1:00- 3:05        T         SEFIANI, S                      E 107
 &    LAB 3:05- 5:10        T         SEFIANI, S                      E 107
 Evening Classes
 3115 LEC 5:45- 7:50        Th        KENT, J A                       E 107
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        Th        KENT, J A                       E 107


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 840 -
OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C++ (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 839.
 Principles of object-oriented design and programming using C++. Topics include the role of objects, message passing, data
 abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism. Required for all computer science majors, the Computer Science Programming
 Certificate, and the C/C++ Certificate.
 7028        Online                  SCHNEIDER, D            INTERNET
 &           Online                  SCHNEIDER, D            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 861 -
ADVANCED COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 840 with a grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.
 Principles of object-oriented design and programming for windows. An object-oriented language such as Visual C++ will be
 used to provide an understanding of designing, developing, and implementing Windows applications.
 7061        Online                  KENT, J A               INTERNET
 &           Online                  KENT, J A               INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 863 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 801.
 Introduction to the theory and practice of computer networking. Topics include networking theory, network design and
 implementation, and network management, maintenance, and trouble shooting.
 Evening Classes
 3120 LEC 6:45- 9:55        T          EL KHOURY, N R                 H 104
 &    LAB 6:45- 8:55        Th         EL KHOURY, N R                 E 104


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 870 -
WINDOWS AND WEB DATABASE PROGRAMMING
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 895 or CSIT 808.
 An introduction to programming applications that use Windows and Web frontends to access and modify data in Relational
 Database Management Systems (RDBMS) such as SQL Server. The class will be taught using one or more of OOP
 programming languages currently used in the business world, such as Visual Basic.NET or C#.
 Evening Classes
 3303 LEC 5:45- 7:50        Th         MELLOR, G L                   BJ 105
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        Th         MELLOR, G L                   BJ 105


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 884 -
NAVIGATING THE INTERNET (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Survey of Internet services. Emphasis will be on using a browser to navigate and search the World Wide Web and using
 HTML to create web pages.
 Evening Classes
 5136 LEC 6:45- 7:50        W          FRANCO, P W                    E 101
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        W          FRANCO, P W                    E 101


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 895 -
PROGRAMMING IN C# (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: CSIT 802.
 Principles of event-driven and object-oriented design and programming using C#.
 Evening Classes
 3123 LEC 5:45- 7:50        M          SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        M          SCHNEIDER, D                   E 101

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 EDUCATION.




                                           Cooperative Education

 Cooperative Education Office: Patricia Guerrero. Phone: (818) 947-2333. Office: B48
 For those working in their major or related field, a maximum of 4 units may be earned per semester for a total of 16 units
 possible in the program . For further information, inquire at the Cooperative Education Office located in the Job Resource
 Center, B 48, or call 818 947-2333. ADD PERMITS MAY BE OBTAINED THROUGH March 10, 2011.
 Prerequisite: A student shall be enrolled in at least one additional class at Los Angeles Valley College or a U.S. regionally
 accredited institution during the regular spring semester.
 All students wishing to register by phone must select one of the ticket numbers listed below based on the following criteria:
STUDENTS EMPLOYED 5-9 HOURS PER WEEK (1 unit): Enroll in class 911 and appropriate ticket number from
college major list below.
Example: Accounting 911, Ticket Number 9000
STUDENTS EMPLOYED 10-14 HOURS PER WEEK (2 units): Enroll in class 921 and appropriate ticket number from
college major list below.
Example: Accounting 921, Ticket Number 9001
STUDENTS EMPLOYED 15-19 HOURS PER WEEK (3 units): Enroll in class 931 and appropriate ticket number from
college major list below.
Example: Accounting 931, Ticket Number 9002
STUDENTS EMPLOYED 20 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK (4 units): Enroll in class 941 and appropriate ticket number
from college major list below.
Example: Accounting 941, Ticket Number 9003
Students may enroll in Coop Ed a maximum of 4 semesters. Students may only enroll in one ticket number and a maximum
of 4 units of Co-op Ed per semester.
INTERNSHIPS: (Unpaid positions) call Co-op Ed Office for hour requirements before enrolling, Ext. 2334.
For enrollment after the start of semester, students must come to the Coop Ed Office in B 48 for Add Permit.
ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING BY PHONE MUST COME TO B 48 TO COMPLETE A CO-OP ED APPLICATION NO
LATER THAN THE SECOND WEEK OF SEMESTER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED.
 TICKET NUMBERS                                    MAJOR
  1unit    2units     3units      4units
  (911)    (921)      (931)       (941)
  9000     9001       9002        9003             Accounting
  9004     9005       9006        9007             Administration of Justice
  9024     9025       9026        9027             Biology
  9028     9029       9030        9031             Broadcasting
  9032     9033       9034        9035             Business, Economics,
  Finance, Law,
                                                   Management, Marketing
  9040     9041       9042        9043             Child Development
  9044    9045      9046          9047             Computer Science
  Information Technology
  9060     9061       9062        9063             Electronics
  9084     9085       9086        9087             Fire Technology
  9236    9237        9238        9239             General Engineering
  Technology
  9124     9125       9126        9127             Journalism, Photography
  9156     9157       9158        9159             Nursing
  9164     9165      9166      9167                Computer Applications &
           Office Technologies
  9180     9181       9182        9183             Physical Education
  9212     9213       9214        9215             Sociology
  9220     9221       9222        9223             Speech
For any major not listed, please come to the Cooperative Education Office.




                               Cooperative Education General
Cooperative Education Department:
Patricia Guerrero Phone: (818) 947-2333. Office: B48
ADD PERMITS MAY BE OBTAINED THROUGH March 10, 2011.
Prerequisite: A student shall be enrolled in at least one additional class at Los Angeles Valley College or a U.S. regionally
accredited institution during the regular spring semester.
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - WORK EXPERIENCE -
NOT IN MAJOR - 1-3 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.)
         5 to 9 hours per week of work experience      1 unit
         10 to 14 hours per week of work experience 2 units
         15 or more hours per week of work experience             3 units
 Supervised training is provided in the area of general employment practices with emphasis on attitude, ethics, and integrity.
 On-the-job training need not be in the college major but must be educational.
 For enrollment after the start of semester, students must come to the Cooperative Education Office B 48 for ADD permit.
 Students may enroll in General Cooperative Education a maximum of 2 semester and may earn a maximum of six units.
 ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING BY PHONE MUST COME TO B 48 TO COMPLETE A CO-OP ED APPLICATION NO
 LATER THAN THE SECOND WEEK OF SEMESTER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED.


COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 195 WORK EXPERIENCE GENERAL I (CSU) RPT1 - 1 UNIT 9490

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 295 WORK EXPERIENCE GENERAL I (CSU) RPT1 - 2 UNITS 9493

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 395 WORK EXPERIENCE GENERAL I (CSU) RPT1 - 3 UNITS 9496

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 195 -
WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 See Seminar Schedule
 9490        1 hr 5 mins TBA         MARRIOTT, D C                    B 48
 9491        1 hr 5 mins TBA         MARRIOTT, D C                    B 48
             (16 Week Class - starts 2/21/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 295 -
WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 See Seminar Schedule
 9493        2 hrs 5 mins TBA        MARRIOTT, D C                    B 48
 9494        2 hrs 5 mins TBA        MARRIOTT, D C                    B 48
             (16 Week Class - starts 2/21/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 395 -
WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 See Seminar Schedule
 9496    3 hrs 10 mins TBA        MARRIOTT, D C                       B 48
 9497    3 hrs 10 mins TBA        KESSNER, S B                        B 48
          (16 Week Class - starts 2/21/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
 SEMINARS FOR SPRING 2011
 Job Search/Interviews and Resume Writing/Goal Setting
 Call (818) 947-2333 for schedule dates.
 You must attend one seminar from each topic and complete all assignments to receive full credit.
 Seminars may be attended in any sequence and are open to all students.
 Schedule is subject to change. Please call the Cooperative Education office to confirm dates and times prior to attending.




                                            Dance Specialties

DANCE SPECIALTIES 490 -
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None
 This course introduces students to the historical and cultural origins and basic dance techniques of folk, ethnic, recreational,
 or other specialized dance genres.
 *2202 LAB10:00- 1:10 Sat              HAMI, O                 NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
          *Salsa dance
 *2203 LAB11:20-12:45 M W              ABDULLAH, L Y           NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
          *African dance




                                                 Dance Studies

DANCE STUDIES 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - DANCE (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Corequisite: None.
 This course allows students to pursue directed studies in Dance on a contract basis, under the direction of a supervising
 instructor. Obtain add card from instructor
 Evening Classes
             1 hr 05 mins TBA          LUBOW, C S             NORTH GYM
 2934        1 hr 05 mins TBA          LEE, K                NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)


DANCE STUDIES 801 -
MODERN DANCE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Offers in depth instruction and practice in the fundamentals of modern dance technique. Course includes theory, historical
 context, improvisation, and instruction in the elements of space, time, and energy.
 2226 LEC 1:00- 1:40 M W F STAFF                         NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 1:40- 2:55 M W F STAFF                         NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
          NOTE: Enrollment by add card only.


DANCE STUDIES 814 -
DANCE PRODUCTION I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None
 Provides instruction and laboratory experience producing and performing in a formal dance concert.
 Evening Classes
 2921 LEC 6:45- 7:50 Th          CASEBOLT, E V          NORTH GYM
 &    LAB 2 hrs 05 mins TBA      CASEBOLT, E V          NORTH GYM
          Enrollment by add card only. All students should be dressed to dance for the first class 2/10/2011; and the
          dance audition on 2/17/2011 at 6:45pm. Information: www.lavc.edu/dance 818-947-2908.


DANCE STUDIES 820 -
DANCE PRODUCTION II (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Provides instruction and laboratory experience producing and performing in a formal dance concert. Includes instruction in
 choreographic and performance skills, and dance critique and assessment.
 Evening Classes
 2924 LEC 6:45- 8:50 Th          WRIGHT, G A            NORTH GYM
 &    LAB 4 hrs 15 mins TBA      WRIGHT, G A            NORTH GYM
          Enrollment by add card only. All students should be dressed to dance for the first class 2/10/2011, and the
          dance audition on 2/17/2011 at 6:45pm. Information: www.lavc.edu/dance 818-947-2908.


DANCE STUDIES 822 -
DANCE REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCE
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course is structured rehearsal time culminating in a performance. Students participate as performers in the student
 dance concert.
  2229        10:20-12:25 F            CASEBOLT, E V NORTH GYM
              Enrollment by add card only. All students should attend the dance audition on 2/17/2011 at 6:45pm. Be
              dressed to dance for 1st class session on 2/11/2011. Information: www.lavc.edu/dance 818-947-2909.




                                              Dance Techniques

DANCE TECHNIQUES 290 -
DANCE FOR FILM AND STAGE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisites: None.
  Introduces dancers to renowned choreographers and dancers, and provides an opportunity to experience and perform
  selected choreography in the genre of stage and film.
  2204         9:40-11:05 M W           WRIGHT, G A           NORTH GYM
  Evening Classes
  2918         6:45- 9:55    M          LUBOW, C S             NORTH GYM


DANCE TECHNIQUES 446 -
TAP DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  Course introduces students to tap dance with an emphasis on basic steps, rhythms, combinations, terminology, musical
  applications, and appreciation of dance as a performing art.
  2228         9:40-11:05 T Th          VONDER HAAR, T ANORTH GYM


DANCE TECHNIQUES 460 -
BALLET TECHNIQUES (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Offers instruction and practice in the fundamentals of ballet technique.
  2206        11:20-12:45 M W           WRIGHT, G A           NORTH GYM
  Evening Classes
  2903         5:00- 6:25    T Th       WRIGHT, G A            NORTH GYM


DANCE TECHNIQUES 462 -
MODERN DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisites: None
  Course will focus on contemporary dance as a creative art form, exploring the areas of basic modern dance technique,
  improvisation, and composition.
  2208         9:40-11:05 T Th          CASEBOLT, E V         NORTH GYM
  Evening Classes
  2925         5:00- 6:25    MW         LEE, K                 NORTH GYM


DANCE TECHNIQUES 463 -
MODERN JAZZ (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Offers instruction in contemporary jazz, lyrical, latin, and Hip Hop styles.
  2201        11:20-12:45 T Th          CASEBOLT, E V         NORTH GYM
  Evening Classes
  2904        6:45- 9:55     W          LUBOW, C S             NORTH GYM


DANCE TECHNIQUES 696 -
YOGA (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  (See Yoga skills under Physical Education)
  Provides instruction and practice in yoga technique that facilitates body conditioning, flexibility, balance, stress reduction,
  and alignment, to supplement and enhance dance technique or other general fitness activities.
  2227         1:00- 2:25    T Th       CASEBOLT, E V         NORTH GYM
 2225           3:00- 4:25   MW        LEE, K               NORTH GYM




                               Developmental Communications
 NOTE: For additional READING FUNDAMENTALS A classes, see Learning Skills 001A on page 59.


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 22A-E -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY - 1 UNIT RPT1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Pass/No Pass only. Open entry/exit.
 As of the first day of semester students must obtain add card from instructor in Bungalow 45.
 Self-paced, individualized classes teaching phonics, spelling, vocabulary, reading comprehension, reading rate
 improvement, and study skills. Students may enroll in up to 3 UNITS PER SEMESTER Students choose when to study
 during Reading Lab or Learning Center hours. After the first day of the semester, students must obtain an Add card from the
 Reading Center Office to enroll in Developmental Communications 22. Check in at Bungalow 45 to arrange hours and
 begin the class. Enrollment is permitted through week 9 of the semester.


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022A -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY A (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Phonics and Spelling
 8138           1 hr 05 mins TBA       HAROOTYAN, A R                  B 45


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022B -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY B (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 General Vocabulary
 8139           1 hr 05 mins TBA       HAROOTYAN, A R                  B 45


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022C -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY C (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 College Vocabulary
 8140           1 hr 05 mins TBA       HAROOTYAN, A R                  B 45


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022D -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY D (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Study Skills
 8141           1 hr 05 mins TBA       HAROOTYAN, A R                  B 45


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022E -
COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY E (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Reading Improvement
 8142           1 hr 05 mins TBA       HAROOTYAN, A R                  B 45


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 023 -
READING AND STUDY IMPROVEMENT (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Teaches efficient study methods, effective learning techniques, and test-taking strategies.
 1216           1:00- 2:25   MW        GHASSEMI, A R              BSC 105


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 035 -
READING I: FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only. A basic reading class covering phonics, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency.
 1220          9:40-11:05 M W             RUSSELL, J A                    CC 202
 1231          9:00-12:10 F               PALMER, P B                       B 47
 1219         11:20-12:45 T Th            MOSSLER, R A                   BSC 104
 Evening Classes
 3122          3:30- 6:40     W           OSMAN, L B                          B 47
 3124          6:45- 9:55     M           TAYLOR, A Z                        B 47 (CANCELLED)
 3125          6:45- 9:55     Th          RUSSELL, J A                        B 47


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 036A -
READING II:COMPREHENSION AND RELATED SKILLS A
(NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 An intermediate course focused on improving reading comprehension skills.
 1218          9:40-11:05 T Th            MOSSLER, R A                   BSC 104
 1222         11:20-12:45 M W             RUSSELL, J A                      B 47
 1238         11:20-12:45 T Th            PALMER, P B                       B 47
 Evening Classes
 3118          6:45- 9:55     W           PALMER, P B                         B 47


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 036B -
READING II: COMPREHENSION AND RELATED SKILLS B
(NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 An intermediate course focused on improving reading comprehension skills.
 9507          9:40-11:05 T Th           PALMER, P B             BSC 106
               This class is part of the PACT program, which means it’s a paired class and it must be taken with
               Mathematics 125 section 9508, which meets Monday through Thursday 8:00am to 9:25am. To add these
               classes, contact Scott Weigand at (818) 947-2811 or at weigansm@lavc.edu.
 Evening Classes
 3204          6:45- 9:55     T           RUSSELL, J A                        B 47

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 EDUCATION.




                                                         Economics

ECONOMICS 001 -
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory microeconomics course that explores the decision making process of the individual, the firm, and the
 industry when confronted with scarcity. Meets the Social Science Requirement, Plan A.
 8119          8:00- 9:25     MW          PRANTE, T C                     CC 204
 8374          8:00- 9:25     T Th        AKSOY, E G                      CC 202
 1226          9:30-12:40     F           MOSHIRI, S                      CC 202
 8358          9:40-11:05     MW          AKSOY, E G                      CC 204
 8156          9:40-11:05     T Th        AKSOY, E G                      CC 202
 8154         11:20-12:45     MW          MILNER, G R                     CC 204
 8160         11:20-12:45     T Th        PRANTE, T C                     CC 204
 Evening Classes
 3128          6:45- 9:55     M           SLOTKIN, R L                    CC 202
 3130          6:45- 9:55     T           KARIM, H                        CC 202
 3131          6:45- 9:55     W           KHANJIAN, A                     CC 204
 3147          6:45- 9:55     Th          SHELOR, C F                     CC 204

 Economics 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.
ECONOMICS 001 -
HONORS SECTION - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Explores the decision-making process of the individual, the firm, and the industry when confronted with scarcity.
 8120         8:00- 9:25    MW        PRANTE, T C                   CC 204
 8375         8:00- 9:25    T Th      AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 8359         9:40-11:05    MW        AKSOY, E G                    CC 204
 8157         9:40-11:05    T Th      AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 8155        11:20-12:45    MW        MILNER, G R                   CC 204
 8161        11:20-12:45    T Th      PRANTE, T C                   CC 204


ECONOMICS 002 -
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Economics 1.
 A macroeconomics course which explores the causes of unemployment, inflation, dollar fluctuations, economic stagnation,
 and policy choices. Meets the Social Science Requirement, Plan A.
 8109         8:00- 9:25 M W          AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 8017        11:20-12:45 M W          PRANTE, T C                   CC 202
 8122        11:20-12:45 T Th         AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 Evening Classes
 3132         6:45- 9:55    T         SHELOR, C F                 CC 204(CANCELLED)
 5234         6:45- 9:55    W         PRANTE, T C                  CC 202


ECONOMICS 002 -
HONORS SECTION - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Economics 1.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements, For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Explores the causes of unemployment, inflation, dollar depreciation, economic stagnation, as well as policy changes.
 8110         8:00- 9:25 M W          AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 8018        11:20-12:45 M W          PRANTE, T C                   CC 202
 8123        11:20-12:45 T Th         AKSOY, E G                    CC 202
 Evening Classes
 5235         6:45- 9:55    W         PRANTE, T C                   CC 202


ECONOMICS 030 -
COMPARATIVE ECONOMICS SYSTEMS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 Examines how economic systems function, differences between capitalism and socialism in theory and practice, and
 problems of converting a socialist economy into a market economy.
 1221         9:40-11:05 T Th         PRANTE, T C                   CC 204


ECONOMICS 050 -
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course studies the financial aspects of economic activities starting with the history and evolution of money and
 monetary institutions. It proceeds with influential theories of money and covers capital, mortgage and securities markets,
 and international financial markets.
 1233         9:40-11:05 M W          AKSOY, E G              CC 202 (CANCELLED)

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 EDUCATION.
                                                     Education

EDUCATION 002 -
INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION I (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to teaching as a career. Observation of the teacher at work.
 1229         2:25- 3:30    Th        ZUCKER, A                      H 104


EDUCATION 203 -
EDUCATION IN AMERICAN SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Foundation of urban elementary education for future teachers and those interested in supporting learning. This course
 includes a minimum of 30 hours of field observation.
 7010        Online                  ROSOW, L D              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1224        8:00- 9:25 M W          ROSOW, L D             H 101 (CANCELLED)

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 EDUCATION.




                                     Educational Technologies

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES 210 -
ONLINE INSTRUCTION DESIGN (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course examines a variety of strategies used in developing an online, hybrid or web enhanced course by focusing on
 principles of online course design, strategies and exploring a variety of teaching and designing best practices in order to
 give the instructor the skills needed to create a course that gives the online learner a quality educational experience.
 7089        Online                  MARTENEY, J IINTERNET (ADD)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.




                                                    Electronics

ELECTRONICS 002 -
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introductory, hands-on, activity-oriented electronics class for majors and
 non-majors.
 Evening Classes
 5019         6:45- 9:55    T         REIS, R A                       E 102
ELECTRONICS 004 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.
 Direct current circuit theory and applications. Electrical laws applied to circuit analysis and design.
 Methods of testing and troubleshooting DC circuits.
 Evening Classes
 3135 LEC 3:30- 6:40        T          REIS, R A                       E 100
 &    LAB 3:30- 6:40        Th         REIS, R A                       E 102


ELECTRONICS 006 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Electronics 4 and Electronics 10.
 Alternating current circuit theory and applications. Electrical laws applied to circuit analysis and design. Methods of testing
 and troubleshooting alternating current circuits.
 Evening Classes
 3136 LEC 6:45- 9:55        M          LABOK, J A                      E 100
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        W          LABOK, J A                      E 102


ELECTRONICS 022 -
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Electronics 20.
 Brief review of EL 20 and the fundamentals of electronics. Students will then study and build IC-based, analog and digital
 circuits to better understand their various applications.
 Evening Classes
 3137 LEC 6:45- 9:55        T          GEER, J R                       E 104
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        Th         GEER, J R                       E 102


ELECTRONICS 036 -
BIOPHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Electronics 20A & 20B, and 34.
 Corequisite: Electronic 37.
 Lecture including theory, operation, test and calibration of medical equipment, including patient monitors, defibulators,
 electrosurgical units and pacers.
 Evening Classes
 3138 LEC 6:45- 9:55        T          PANYARACHUN, G                  E 100
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        Th         PANYARACHUN, G                  E 113


ELECTRONICS 054 -
COMPUTER LOGIC (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A lecture/lab course on digital electronics, covering topics such as: number systems and codes, encoders and decoders,
 multiplexers and demultiplexers, multivibrators, shift registers and counters, D/A and A/D convertors, and an introduction
 to microprocessors. Students will construct various digital circuits and use test instruments to analyze circuit operation.
 Evening Classes
 3143 LEC 6:45- 9:55        Th         PIETROPAOLO, R A                E 100
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        T          PIETROPAOLO, R A                E 113


ELECTRONICS 113 -
COMPUTER NETWORKING (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course covers basic networking technologies. Designed for those who wish to pursue certifications in a variety of
 computer networking fields, including Network+, CCNA, MCSE, Linux+.
 Evening Classes
 5157 LEC 6:45- 9:55        W          GORECKI, J J                    E 104
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55        M          GORECKI, J J                    E 113
ELECTRONICS 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ELECTRONICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Electronics 20A & 20B and Electronics 54.
 Involves special electronic circuit or system projects under instructor supervision.
 Evening Classes
 5020        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        REIS, R A                       E 102
 5158        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        GORECKI, J J                    E 113


ELECTRONICS 211 -
PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course provides the student with knowledge and experience in the rapidly growing field of Solar Photovoltaic Systems,
 with particular emphasis on the theory, design, installation, and maintenance of residential and commercial installations
 Evening Classes
 3061 LEC 3:30- 4:55         T Th     KRONGOLD, R A          E 113   (ADD)
 &    LAB 4:55- 6:20         T Th     KRONGOLD, R A          E 113   (ADD)




                                          Engineering, General

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101 -
INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Orientation to engineering profession to give students insight into activities and rewards of engineering.
 7066         Online                   BADIYI, B              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 6911         3:00- 5:20 F             ZHAO, J               SNFR HIGH (CANCELLED)
              (14 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
              Fernando, CA 91340.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 6912         3:30- 4:35 T Th          BADIYI, B             SUVY HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Sun Valley High School located at 9171 Telfair Avenue, Sun Valley, CA
              91352
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.


ENGINEERING, GENERAL 131 – STATICS (CSU) - 3 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Physics 37.
 Studies force systems, equilibrium conditions, free body diagrams, distributed forces, internal forces, friction, and properties
 of areas.
 7088         Online                  KARTIALA, T T         INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                              Engineering, General Technology
ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 100 -
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 An introductory course in sustainable construction management, with an emphasis on blue print reading, managing budgets,
 construction industry software usage, safety regulations, environmentally sound materials and methods of construction, and
 local, state, and federal government agencies that have jurisdiction over construction projects.
 7068         Online                  BADIYI, B               INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 104 -
COST ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 In depth discussion of the Cost Estimation process for building in the construction industry.
 7067         Online                  BADIYI, B               INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 211 -
ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING GRAPHICS - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course provides an introduction to the basic fundamentals of 2D Mechanical Drafting utilizing Autocad Computer
 Aided Design (CAD) software tools. The course includes a study of industry standards used for drafting mechanical
 engineering drawings. Note: Students may be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 8145 LEC 9:40-10:45 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB10:45-12:50 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 W                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 Evening Classes
 5221 LEC 6:45- 7:50       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55       Th         HADDOCK, R E                   E 117


ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 212 -
APPLIED ENGINEERING COMPUTER GRAPHICS I - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course covers the intermediate utilization of Autocad Software Tools in conjunction with the application mechanical
 design and drafting industry standards that are current for Drafting Convention, Orthographic View Projection, and
 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Note: Use computer graphics terminal for advanced engineering design
 including 3D modeling and manufacturing design.
 8146 LEC 9:40-10:45 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB10:45-12:50 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 W                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 Evening Classes
 5222 LEC 6:45- 7:50       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55       Th         HADDOCK, R E                   E 117


ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 213 -
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course covers the advanced utilization of 3D solid modeling Software Tools in conjunction with the application
 mechanical design and drafting industry standards that are current for Drafting Convention, Orthographic View Projection
 and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Note: Use of Autocad and Computer Graphics language.
 8147 LEC 9:40-11:45 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 M                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 &    LAB 9:40-12:50 W                LOSKI, R R                     E 115
 Evening Classes
 5223 LEC 6:45- 8:50       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LAB 8:50- 9:55       T          HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 &    LEC 6:45- 9:55       Th         HADDOCK, R E                   E 117
 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                      English
 (For additional literature classes, see also African-American Studies 20, African-American Literature).
 NOTE: All students intending to take English 83, 21, 28, 101, 361, 362, 363 or 364 are expected to take a placement test.
 The Counseling Office Administers the test during enrollment period. Test dates and times will be available with
 application forms.
 NOTE: For additional ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS A classes, see Learning Skills 002A on page L.


ENGLISH 021 -
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 33.
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
 The fundamentals of English grammar and the writing of sentences and paragraphs.
 7040         Online                  HOPE, L A              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7053         Online                  HOPE, L A              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7054         Online                  HOPE, L A              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1215         8:00- 9:25 M W          MAYER, L W                  H 104 (CANCELLED)
 1217         8:00- 9:25 T Th         HUNTER, P B                  H 104
 1247         9:40-11:05 M W          MAYER, L W                   H 105
 1236         9:40-11:05 T Th         HUNTER, P B                 CC 200
 1331        11:20-12:45 M W          ALEXANYAN, V A                 B 51
 1239        11:20-12:45 T Th         SHEA, M J                    H 113
 6960        11:45- 1:10 MTWThF                            REQUA, V L POLY HIGH
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 6961         1:30- 2:55 MTWThF WATKINS, V                       POLY HIGH (CANCELLED)
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. fo room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3149         3:30- 6:40     M        KENT STACY, E S               H 103
 3151         3:30- 6:40     T        ZOUNES, J P                  H 103 (CANCELLED)
 3148         6:45- 9:55     T        WALLIS, W G                 EST 104
 3155         6:45- 9:55     T        ZOUNES, J P                   H 103

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6500         5:55- 8:05 T            KURZ, M J                    CC 200
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat          KURZ, M J                    CC 200
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


ENGLISH 028 -
INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Appropriate skill level demonstrated through the English placement process or satisfactory completion of
 English 21 with a grade of C or better.
 May not be taken for Pass/No Pass.
 An introduction to the writing of paragraphs and short essays and to the critical reading of non-fiction essays.
 7004         Online                   HEYN, M G             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7032         Online                   HEYN, M G             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7055         Online                   MINTZ, J L            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7056         Online                   MINTZ, J L            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7057         Online                   HEYN, M G             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7058         Online                   HEYN, M G             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1242         6:30- 7:55 M W           SAHGAL, P                 H 103 (CANCELLED)
 1243         8:00- 9:25 M W           MCGARRY, E                CC 201
 1244         8:00- 9:25 T Th          MAGWOOD, J K                  B 70
 1725         8:00- 9:25 M W           EL ISSA, A S                H 113
 6913         8:05- 9:25 MTWThF SHERMAN, E M                POLY HIGH
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 6955         8:05- 9:30 MTWThF SAHGAL, P                       POLY HIGH (CANCELLED)
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 9509         9:40-11:05 M W           BACHMAN, T J                H 113
             This class is part of the PACT program, which means it’s a paired class and it must be taken with Social
             Sciences 1 section 9510, which meets Tuesday and Thursday 11:20am to 12:45pm. To add these classes,
             contact Scott Weigand at (818) 947-2811 or at weigansm@lavc.edu.
 1240         9:40-11:05 M W           ROSOW, L D                  H 101
 1249        11:20-12:45 T Th          GLUCKSMAN, C A                B 10
 1251        11:20-12:45 M W           LAGER, E M                  H 105
 6915         3:00- 4:35 M W           DUFFY, M E                  H 105
             (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3157         3:30- 6:40    W         ROSOW, L D                      H 101
 3448         3:30- 6:40    W         BOTEL, T R                      H 103
 3161         6:45- 9:55    M         SHIFFIN, N C                     B 10
 3456         6:45- 9:55    M         ROSOW, L D                      H 101
 3156         6:45- 9:55    T         BROWN, B M                      B 10 (CANCELLED)
 3158         6:45- 9:55    W         YABLOW, B A                      B 26
 3159         6:45- 9:55    W         SHIFFIN, N C                    H 101
 3435         6:45- 9:55    Th        BROWN, B M                       B 10

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6502         5:55- 8:05 W           OLSBERG, R B                   CC 214
 &           1:00- 5:00 Sat          OLSBERG, R B                   CC 212
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)
 6512         5:55- 8:05 T           KURZ, M J                      CC 200
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat         KURZ, M J                      CC 200
             (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


ENGLISH 033 -
BASIC VOCABULARY (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only. This course teaches vocabulary in the context of reading. It focuses on
 reading comprehension, including summarizing and responding to texts in writing in order to prepare students for
 developmental English classes.
 1724         8:00- 9:25 M W           HUNTER, P B                 H 105
 1726         9:40-11:05 M W           HUNTER, P B                CC 201
 1727         9:40-11:05 T Th          MAGGIORE, S C              CC 201
 6956         1:30- 2:50 MTWThF WATKINS, V                      POLY HIGH (CANCELLED)
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
              CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3166         3:30- 6:40    T         SHERMAN, E M                    H 101
 3167         6:45- 9:55    M         BOSTON, L P                   H 115 (CANCELLED)
 3419         6:45- 9:55    Th        YABLON, B A                  H 105 (CANCELLED)


ENGLISH 067 -
WRITING LABORATORY (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
 Individual help by teacher and tutors on improving writing skills.
 Complements any class with a writing component or can be taken independently.
 1258        1 hr 05 mins TBA         WEIGAND, S M                    H 100


ENGLISH 068 -
READING LABORATORY (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
 Individual help by teacher and tutors on developing critical reading skills and improving reading comprehension.
 Complements any class with a reading component or can be taken independently.
 1259        1 hr 05 mins TBA         WEIGAND, S M                    H 100


ENGLISH 069 -
WRITING AND REVISING ON THE COMPUTER - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
 Individual help by teacher and tutors with using computers to write.
 Students practice editing, formatting, drafting, researching on the Internet, and developing resumes.
 1260        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        WEIGAND, S M                    H 100


ENGLISH 075 -
METHODS FOR TUTORING WRITING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Students preparing to be tutors in a Writing Center will learn strategies for teaching and the writing process.
 1731        1 hr 05 mins TBA         WEIGAND, S M                    H 100


ENGLISH 101 -
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Appropriate skill level demonstrated through the English placement process or satisfactory completion of
 English 28 with a grade of C or better.
 Cannot be taken for Pass No/Pass.
 The basic principles of writing college-level essays, reading non-fiction essays, and writing research-based essays.
 7005         Online                  HOPE, L A               INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7006         Online                  MINTZ, J L              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7009         Online                  YABLON, B A            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1708         8:00- 9:25 M W          KOPLOW, J Y               BSC 100
 1266         8:00- 9:25 T Th         STARK, J M                   H 105
 6924         8:00- 9:25 MTWThF SAGHAL, P                           POLY HIGH (ADD)
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 1269         8:00-11:10 F            HASSON, J D                  H 101
 1271         9:40-11:05 M W          WIMMER, R                  CC 200
 1270        11:20-12:45 M W          KOPLOW, J Y               BSC 100
 1277        11:20-12:45 T Th         STARK, J M                   H 103
 1278         1:00- 4:10 Sat          POULOS, P                    H 105
 Evening Classes
 3175        3:30- 6:40 M            ZANGHI, W A                   H 111
 7417        5:15- 6:40 W            FORNATARO, G L                H 105
 &           Online                  FORNATARO, G L          INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 3163        6:45- 9:55 T            COOK, D M                     H 111
 3176        6:45- 9:55 M            DELANEY, E A                  H 111
 7419        6:45- 8:10 W            FORNATARO, G L                H 105
 &           Online                  FORNATARO, G L          INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6510         5:55- 8:05 Th           OLSBERG, R B                  CC 206
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat          OLSBERG, R B                  CC 206
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)

 English 101 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


ENGLISH 101 -
HONORS SECTION - COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Appropriate skill level demonstrated through the English placement process or satisfactory completion of
 English 28 with a grade of C or better.
 Cannot be taken for Pass/No Pass.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 The basic principles of writing college-level, nonfiction essays, book evaluations, and research papers.
 1272         9:40-11:05 M W          DAVIS, E G                      H 111

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6511         5:55- 8:05 Th           OLSBERG, R B                  CC 206
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat          OLSBERG, R B                  CC 206
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


ENGLISH 102 -
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 Students learn the basic principles of analyzing short stories, novels, poetry, and plays, and writing essays about them.
 7059         Online                  MINTZ, J L              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1279         8:00-11:10 Sat          POULOS, P                     H 105
 1280         9:40-11:05 T Th         STARK, J M                    H 105
 8022        11:20-12:45 M W          DAVIS, E G                     H 111
 Evening Classes
 5114         6:45- 9:55      M       SOSNER, J A                   B 72 (CANCELLED)
 5116         6:45- 9:55      T       HARRINGTON, D L                H 115
 3126         6:45- 9:55      W       HUNTER, P B                    H 115
 3127         6:45- 9:55      Th      WALLIS, W G                  BSC 101

 English 102 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


ENGLISH 102 -
HONORS SECTION - COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Reading and writing analytically about short stories, novels, poems, and plays.
 8023        11:20-12:45 M W          DAVIS, E G                     H 111
 Evening Classes
 5115         6:45- 9:55      M       SOSNER, J A                  B 72 (CANCELLED)
 5117         6:45- 9:55      T       HARRINGTON, D L                H 115


ENGLISH 103 -
COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 Cannot be taken for Pass/No Pass. This course stresses the development of critical thinking skills and their application to
 reading and written argumentation and analysis.
 7060         Online                 FORNATARO, G L          INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7075         Online                 FORNATARO, G L          INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1257         9:40-11:05 T Th        GHAFFARI, I                   H 103
 8126        11:20-12:45 T Th        WERNER, R R                   H 105
 1285         1:00- 4:10 Sat         DUFFY, M E                   H 101 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3180         3:30- 6:40 W            PIERCE, S R                   CC 203
 3181         3:30- 6:40 Th           PIERCE, S R                   CC 203
 5075         3:30- 6:40 Th           WALLIS, W G                  BSC 101
 3182         6:45- 9:55 T            PIERCE, S R                   CC 203
 3457         6:00-10:05 F            SOSNER, J A                    H 104
              (13 Week Class - starts 3/4/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
 5118         6:45- 9:55 W            PIERCE, S R                   CC 203


ENGLISH 103 -
HONORS SECTION - COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 This course stresses the development of critical thinking skills and their application to reading and written argumentation
 and analysis.
 8127        11:20-12:45 T Th         WERNER, R R                    H 105
 Evening Classes
 5076         3:30- 6:40      Th      WALLIS, W G                  BSC 101
 5119         6:45- 9:55      W       PIERCE, S R                   CC 203
ENGLISH 105 -
INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Linguistics 1)
 Prerequisites: None.
 The scientific study of the history and structure of languages; language in its social and cultural contexts.
 8117        11:20-12:45 T Th          KURZ, M J                       H 101
 Evening Classes
 5216         6:45- 9:55      W        KURZ, M J                       H 104
 5096         6:45- 9:55      Th       KURZ, M J                       H 113


ENGLISH 127 -
CREATIVE WRITING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: English 101 and 102.
 A writing workshop for students interested in writing fiction and poetry.
 Note: UC allows a maximum of 6 transferable units for this course.
 Evening Classes
 3164         3:30- 6:40      T        MOORE, R V                      H 113


ENGLISH 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment by permit from instructor.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 1749        1 hr 05 mins TBA          WEIGAND, S M                    H 100


ENGLISH 203 -
WORLD LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 A survey of world literature (in translation) from ancient times to the Renaissance.
 Evening Classes
 3188         6:45- 9:55      W        ZUCKER, A                       H 113


ENGLISH 205 -
ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 A survey of major figures and works in British literature from the eighth through the eighteenth centuries.
 Evening Classes
 5269         3:30- 6:40      Th       ZUCKER, A                       H 104


ENGLISH 205 -
HONORS SECTION - ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of major figures and works in British literature from the eighth through the eighteenth centuries.
 Evening Classes
 5270         3:30- 6:40      Th       ZUCKER, A                       H 104


ENGLISH 206 -
ENGLISH LITERATURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 A survey of major authors in British literature from the Romantic period to the present.
 8027        11:20-12:45 T Th          MOORE, R V                        H 111


ENGLISH 206 -
HONORS SECTION - ENGLISH LITERATURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of major authors in British literature from the Romantic period to the present.
 8028        11:20-12:45 T Th          MOORE, R V                        H 111


ENGLISH 207 -
AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 A survey of major writers in American literature from 1608 to the Civil War.
 Evening Classes
 5140         6:45- 9:55    Th         ZUCKER, A                        H 104 (CANCELLED)


ENGLISH 207 -
HONORS SECTION - AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101 and English 102.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of major writers in American literature from 1608 to the Civil War.
 Evening Classes
 5141         6:45- 9:55    Th         ZUCKER, A                   H 104(CANCELLED)


ENGLISH 234 -
AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as African-American Studies 20)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Literary, social and historical aspects of essay, novel, drama, short story and poetry written by African-Americans.
 8002        11:20-12:45 T Th          MORRIS, K                        FL 112


ENGLISH 234 -
HONORS SECTION - AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as African-American Studies 20)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Literary, social and historical aspects of essay, novel, drama, short story and poetry written by African-Americans.
 8093        11:20-12:45 T Th          MORRIS, K                        FL 112


ENGLISH 236 -
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL CHILD
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 (Same as Child Development 36)
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of literature suitable for children from ages two to eight.
 8068         1:00- 2:50 M W          OKAYAMA, L F            CDFC 155
              (5 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/9/2011)
ENGLISH 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None .
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 1282        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        ZUCKER, A                      H 121


ENGLISH 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 3229        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        ZUCKER, A                      H 121




                                English as a Second Language
                                              (Credit Courses)
 ESL STUDENTS
 You should take the following classes at the same time:
 English 83 or 361 with Speech 61 and Speech 64
 English 83 or 361 with Speech 61 and Speech 66
 English 362 with Speech 61 and Speech 111
 English 363 or 364 with Speech 61 and Speech 113


ENGLISH 080 -
INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
READING SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course develops skills leading to college level reading capacity and is intended for students with English as a Second
 Language at a beginning/high-beginning level.
 1261        11:20-12:45 T Th         STONEHAM, C A                  H 104
 Evening Classes
 3171         6:45- 9:55    W         VEATCH, G L                   CC 201


ENGLISH 082 -
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (NDA) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course develops skills leading to college level reading capacity and is intended for students with English as a Second
 Language at a beginning/high-beginning level.
 1262         9:40-10:50 MTWTh STONEHAM, C A                         H 104
 Evening Classes
 3101         6:45- 9:15    MW        ARIAS, R                      FL 112
ENGLISH 083 -
COLLEGE CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Speech 61 and 64.
 This course is designed for students who require additional skills in listening to, speaking, and writing English.
 1264        11:20-12:45 M W          STONEHAM, C A                   H 104
 Evening Classes
 3174         6:45- 9:55    Th        RAMSEY, N L                        B9


ENGLISH 361 -
ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I (NDA) - 6.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course includes reading and discussion of literature, news and academic text, gather information, and sentence writing.
 1288 LEC 8:00- 9:10 MTWTh HUBBARD, R S                               FL 113
 &    LAB2 hrs 10 mins TBA HUBBARD, R S                               FL 113
 Evening Classes
 3190 LAB 6:45- 9:15 M W              SIBONY, M W                       B 51
 &    LAB2 hrs 10 mins TBA            SIBONY, M W                       B 51


ENGLISH 362 -
ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II (NDA) - 6.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 361 or successful completion of the English placement process.
 This course includes reading and intermediate ESL composition skills.
 1289 LEC 9:40-10:50 MTWTh HUBBARD, R S                               FL 113
 &    LAB2 hrs 10 mins TBA HUBBARD, R S                               FL 113
 Evening Classes
 3191   LEC 3:30- 6:00 M W            STONEHAM, C A                  H 115
 &      LAB 2 hrs 10 mins TBA         STONEHAM, C A                  H 115
 3192   LEC 6:45- 9:15 M W            SIBONY, M W                   H 103 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB 2 hrs 10 mins TBA         SIBONY, M W                   H 103 (CANCELLED)


ENGLISH 363 -
ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES III (CSU) - 6.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 362 or successful completion of the English placement process.
 This course includes college-level reading and composition skills.
 1290 LEC 9:40-10:50 M W              LOMEN, W H                   EST 108
      LEC 9:40-10:50 T Th             LOMEN, W H                   EST 105
 &    LAB2 hrs 10 mins TBA            LOMEN, W H                   EST 105
 Evening Classes
 3421 LEC 6:45- 9:15 M W              RAFII, M                           B1
 &    LAB 2 hrs 10 mins TBA           RAFII, M                           B1

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 EDUCATION.




                                 English as a Second Language
 (See Noncredit Courses page 126-127)




                                                    ESL Civics
 (See Noncredit Courses page 126-127)




                                        Environmental Science

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 001 -
THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123.
 An interdisciplinary approach to the science behind human-environment interaction, the inherent challenges of living within
 the physical limitations of our Planet's systems and the ways we influence those systems. Through field trips and real-world
 case studies topics such as climate change, sustainability, resource consumption and degradation, energy sources, waste
 treatment and recycling are explored as opportunities for affecting positive change.
 1557         9:40-11:05 M W           LEONARD, M L              AHS 236
 1582         9:40-11:05 T Th          LEONARD, M L              AHS 152
 Evening Classes
 3378         5:00- 6:25   T Th        LEONARD, M L              AHS 136
 3379         6:45- 9:55   Th          LEDDY, G S                AHS 152


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 007 -
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Geology 10)
 Prerequisite: None.
 An examination of human-environment interaction focusing on natural hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, floods,
 volcanoes and pollution.
 8029         1:00- 2:25   MW          LEONARD, M L              AHS 152


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 022 -
THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES LAB
(UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Corequisite: Environment Science 1.
 Introductory lab course in which students will work individually and in teams to investigate the causes and consequences of
 key environmental issues. Field sampling, laboratory procedures and data analysis skills are emphasized as we explore our
 natural world. Particular attention is paid to water, energy, consumption, food, sustainability, waste and recycling.
 1294 LEC 11:20-12:25 T                LEONARD, M L              AHS 152
 &    LAB12:25- 2:30 T                 LEONARD, M L              AHS 152
 Evening Classes
 3133 LEC 6:45- 7:50       T           LEDDY, G S              AHS 136 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T           LEDDY, G S              AHS 136 (CANCELLED)




                                           Environmental Studies


ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 101 -
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An interdisciplinary survey of human and environment interaction and sustainability from a social science perspective. The
 course explores the role of humans in the transformation of the natural world. Topics include an overview of Earth systems
 and resources, human systems and environmental impacts, and sustainability, as well as the cultural, economic and political
 choices needed to achieve a sustainable world. Satisfies the Social and Behavioral Science GE requirement.
 1305        11:20-12:45 M W           GAUTHIER, D J                   AHS 136 (CANCELLED)




                                                        Finance

FINANCE 002 -
INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Analysis of investment alternatives for the management of wealth. Function/operations of investment market.
 Evening Classes
 3100         6:45- 9:55    Th         POWDER, J M                   CC 208


FINANCE 008 -
PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A lifetime guide to successful money management. How to make it, spend it, save it, invest it and leave it.
 1267        11:20-12:45 M W           ALLEN, S E                     BJ 105
 Evening Classes
 3063         6:45- 9:55    W          PEREZ, M                       BJ 108

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 EDUCATION.




                                                Fire Technology

FIRE TECHNOLOGY 027 -
WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Skills to prepare for entry jobs in wildland fire fighting. Includes hands-on training.
 1297 LEC 8:00-11:15 Sat -Sun MCCOMBS, R B                          EST 107
 &    LEC 12:15- 2:30 Sat -Sun MCCOMBS, R B                         EST 107
 &    LAB 2:30- 3:10 Sat -Sun MCCOMBS, R B                          EST 107
          (6 Week Class - starts 4/9/2011, ends 5/22/2011)


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 096 -
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I (CSU) - 8.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Students must present to the instructor either a BLS for the Healthcare Provider card from the American Heart
 Association or CPR for the Professional Rescuer card from the American Red Cross prior to the beginning of the class or no
 later than the first examination.
 This course covers the didactic education, clinical experience (10-hour observational ride-a-long on an ambulance with a
 minimum of five patient contacts), and skill development of pre-hospital (out of hospital) concepts, theories and practices
 required of the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. Emergency Department clinical experience may be offered.
 1298   LEC 8:00-10:05      MTW        COWEN, A R                   EST 113
 &      LAB10:10-11:25      MTW        COWEN, A R                   EST 114
 1299   LEC 1:00- 3:05      MTW        COWEN, A R                   EST 113
 &      LAB 3:10- 4:25      MTW        COWEN, A R                   EST 114
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 201 -
FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Fire service and related agencies, history and organization. Job responsibilities and career opportunities.
 Evening Classes
 3197         6:45- 9:55    W         CAVAGLIERI, R J              EST 113


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 202 -
FIRE PREVENTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Effective fire prevention inspections through understanding of laws, procedures and fire causes by occupancy.
 Evening Classes
 3193         6:45- 9:55    T         KLECKNER, M A                EST 113


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 203 -
FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Study of portable and permanent fire protection systems. Detection and alarm systems, explosion prevention, computer
 protection and special hazards.
 Evening Classes
 3198         6:45- 9:55    Th        BEACH, R J                   EST 113


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 204 -
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Building construction as it relates to fire prevention and suppression. Types of buildings and uses.
 Evening Classes
 3392         6:45- 9:55    Th        CAVAGLIERI, R J                EST 110 (CANCELLED)


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 205 -
FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Theory of how and why fires start, spread, and are controlled. Fire chemistry and physics, fire characteristics of materials
 and extinguishing agents.
 Evening Classes
 3194         6:45- 9:55    T         CASTANEDA, D R               EST 103


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 206 -
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Study of dangerous chemicals. Fire Department role in providing life safety for the public and the firefighter.
 Evening Classes
 3184         6:45- 9:55    Th        RAMSEY, R E                  EST 109


FIRE TECHNOLOGY 209 -
FIRE TACTICS AND STRATEGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Application of strategy and tactics to fire suppression. Description and application of various types of fire companies and
 apparatus.
 Evening Classes
 3186         6:45- 9:55    Th        ARMSTRONG, G T               EST 103
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 213 -
FIRE INVESTIGATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Methods of determining point of origin and fire causes. Application of investigative techniques to prepare cases for
 prosecution.
 Evening Classes
 3443         6:45- 9:55    M          CAMPBELL, N M                 EST 107

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                         French

FRENCH 001 -
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Fundamentals of French pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, and culture. Stresses the ability to
 understand read, write, and speak simple French. Use of the language laboratory may be required. Basic computer
 knowledge required for interactive activities.
 1302         8:00- 9:20 M W           MERRILL, D L                   FL 102
 &            8:00-10:10 F             MERRILL, D L                   FL 102
 1301         9:40-12:10 T Th          YERMIAN, J                     FL 102
 Evening Classes
 3199         4:00- 6:30    MW         MERRILL, D L                   FL 102
 3202         6:45- 9:15    T Th       PRA, D R                       FL 115


FRENCH 002 -
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 1 or French 22 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Completes the study of elementary grammar with emphasis on aural and written comprehension, oral expression and
 comprehension, writing, culture. Use of the language laboratory may be required. Basic computer skills required for online
 work.
 1303         9:40-12:10 T Th          MIYASAKI, J                    FL 115
 Evening Classes
 3203         7:00- 9:30    MW         MIYASAKI, J                    FL 115


FRENCH 003 -
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Extensive review of grammar and a more intensive study of the language, including idioms, advanced grammatical concepts
 and irregular structures. Listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural study. Basic computer skills required for online
 work.
 Evening Classes
 5053         6:45- 9:15    MW         WOLMAN, F                      FL 102


FRENCH 003 -
HONORS SECTION - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Readings in French texts designed to improve language skills in idiomatic French. Grammar review.
 Evening Classes
 5054         6:45- 9:15    MW         WOLMAN, F                      FL 102


FRENCH 004 -
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Introduction to literary analysis; improvement of communication skills through the study of representative literary texts.
 Sustained study of grammar, vocabulary, and stylistics. Basic computer skills required for online work.
 Evening Classes
 5055         6:45- 9:15    MW         WOLMAN, F                      FL 102


FRENCH 004 -
HONORS SECTION - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension by study of French and Francophone literary and cultural
 texts.
 Evening Classes
 5056         6:45- 9:15    MW         WOLMAN, F                      FL 102


FRENCH 005 -
ADVANCED FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 4 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Continued study of representative literary and cultural texts of different genres for the improvement of oral expression,
 comprehension, reading, textual analysis, and writing. Basic computer skills required for accessing online activities.
 Evening Classes
 5127         6:45- 9:15 T Th          MERRILL, D L                   FL 102

FRENCH 005 -
HONORS SECTION - ADVANCED FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 4 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Continued study of French and Francophone literary texts for the improvement of oral expression, comprehension, reading
 and writing.
 Evening Classes
 5128         6:45- 9:15    T Th       MERRILL, D L                   FL 102


FRENCH 006 -
ADVANCED FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 5 with a grade of C or better.
 Continues the study of French and Francophone literature, Advanced composition, stylistics, grammar, and oral practice.
 Oral and written reports within the context of literary and cultural analysis. Basic computer skills required for online work.
 Evening Classes
 5130         6:45- 9:15    T Th       MERRILL, D L                   FL 102


FRENCH 006 -
HONORS SECTIONS - ADVANCED FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: French 4 with a grade of C or better.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Advanced study of French and Francophone literature and cultural texts. Sustained practice in oral expression,
 comprehension, reading and writing.
 Advanced oral practice.
 Evening Classes
 5131         6:45- 9:15   T Th       MERRILL, D L                  FL 102


FRENCH 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - FRENCH (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Approval of project.
 Corequisite: None
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in French on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 8326        1 hr 05 mins TBA         MIYASAKI, J                   FL 105
 Evening Classes
 5188        1 hr 05 mins TBA         MERRILL, D L                  FL 105

FRENCH 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - FRENCH (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project.
 Corequisite: None
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in French on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 8327       2 hrs 05 mins TBA        MIYASAKI, J                  FL 105
 Evening Classes
 5189        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        MERRILL, D L                  FL 105

FRENCH 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - FRENCH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project.
 Corequisite: None
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in French on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 8328       3 hrs 10 mins TBA        MIYASAKI, J                  FL 105
 Evening Classes
 5190        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        MERRILL, D L                  FL 105

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 EDUCATION.




                                                   Geography

GEOGRAPHY 001 -
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is an overview of the global environment and the geography of Planet Earth. Topics covered include weather
 and climate, plate tectonics, landforms change, human-environment interaction and the tools of geographic analysis
 including Geographic Information Systems. Optional field trips are offered.
 7034         Online                   KRANZ, J               INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1309        8:00- 9:25 M W           GAUTHIER, D J            AHS 136
 1730        8:00- 9:25 T Th          HACKELING, J H           AHS 136
 6925        8:05- 9:25 MTWThF MC LAREN, S R                POLY HIGH
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 1308        9:40-11:05 T Th          HACKELING, J H           AHS 136
 1312        1:00- 2:25 T Th          PISCITELLO, B            AHS 136
 6914        1:30- 2:45 MTWThF MC LAREN, S R                POLY HIGH
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3134         6:45- 9:55   Th        PISCITELLO, B               AHS 136


GEOGRAPHY 002 -
CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to human geography and the imprint of humans on the Earth. Topics include glottalization, ethnic conflict,
 development, trade, environmental and social change, and the challenges of living in an increasingly interdependent and
 interconnected world.
 Evening Classes
 3206         5:00- 6:25   MW        GAUTHIER, D J               AHS 136


GEOGRAPHY 003 -
INTRODUCTION TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Meteorology 3)
 Prerequisite: None.
 An exploration of atmospheric processes and global climatic patterns.
 8063         8:00- 9:25   MW        LEONARD, M L                AHS 152


GEOGRAPHY 009 -
PEOPLE AND THE EARTH'S ECOSYSTEM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An exploration of the many ways that human activity impacts the global environment and how environmental change leads
 to an-expected consequences for humans. The course, through a geographical case study approach, examines real
 environmental problems that confront us today.
 1306         9:40-11:05 M W         GAUTHIER, D J               AHS 136


GEOGRAPHY 015 -
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Geography 1 or concurrent enrollment.
 This laboratory course presents the basics of physical geography and an overview of the tools of geographic analysis,
 including satellite imagery/ remote sensing, GIS/GPS, and map reading. Field trips are provided to illustrate geographic
 principles and processes of landforms change. Physical Science Laboratory credit.
 1310 LEC 9:00-10:05 F               RASKOFF, R                  AHS 136
 &    LAB10:05-12:10 F               RASKOFF, R                  AHS 136

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 EDUCATION.




                                                       Geology
GEOLOGY 001 -
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Detailed study of the origin and composition of the earth, the processes acting to modify the earth's surface, and the
 phenomena that catastrophically affect humans and their environment such as volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, and
 floods. A field trip is offered for this course.
 1089         9:40-11:05 M W           HAMS, J E                   AHS 148


GEOLOGY 006 -
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Corequisite: Geology 1.
 Students complete geologic laboratory activities related to minerals, rocks, earthquakes, volcanoes, landforms, and map and
 aerial photograph interpretation. Field trips to local areas of interest are offered.
 1098 LEC 11:20-12:20 M                HAMS, J E                   AHS 236
 &    LAB12:20- 2:25 M                 HAMS, J E                   AHS 136


GEOLOGY 010 -
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Environmental Science 7).
 Prerequisite: None.
 An examination of human-environment interaction focusing on natural hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, floods,
 volcanoes and pollution.
 8030         1:00- 2:25    MW         LEONARD, M L                AHS 152

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                                                       German

GERMAN 001 -
ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic pronunciation, grammar and practical conversation. Stresses ability to understand, read, write and speak simple
 German.
 8329         9:40-10:50 MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                         FL 104
 Evening Classes
 5232         7:00- 9:35    T Th       PENICHE, S G                  FL 104


GERMAN 001 -
HONORS SECTION - ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Basic pronunciation, grammar and practical conversation. Stresses ability to understand, read, write and speak German.
 8330         9:40-10:50 MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                         FL 104
 Evening Classes
 5233         7:00- 9:35    T Th       PENICHE, S G                  FL 100


GERMAN 002 -
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 1 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Continued development of language skills in German with emphasis on everyday idiomatic German usage.
 8336         8:15- 9:25    MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104
 Evening Classes
 5059         7:00- 9:35    T Th       FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104 (CANCELLED)


GERMAN 002 -
HONORS SECTION - ELEMENTARY GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 1 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Continued development of language skills in German with emphasis on everyday idiomatic German usage.
 8337         8:15- 9:25    MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104
 Evening Classes
 5060         7:00- 9:35    T Th       FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104 (CANCELLED)


GERMAN 003 -
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Readings in German designed to improve language skills and use of idiomatic German. Thorough review of grammatical
 structures.
 Evening Classes
 5044         7:00- 9:35    MW         FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104


GERMAN 003 -
HONORS SECTION - INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Readings in German designed to improve language skills and use of idiomatic German. Complete grammar review.
 Evening Classes
 5045         7:00- 9:35    MW         FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104


GERMAN 004 -
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension through the study of literary and cultural selections. Further
 study of grammar.
 Evening Classes
 5046         7:00- 9:35    MW         FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104


GERMAN 004 -
HONORS SECTION - INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension by study of literary and cultural selections.
 Evening Classes
 5047         7:00- 9:35    MW         FUSILERO, V M                 FL 104


GERMAN 005 -
ADVANCED GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 4 with a grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.
 Readings from representative authors of German speaking countries; as well as oral and written reports in German.
 Evening Classes
 5048         7:00- 9:35    MW        FUSILERO, V M                  FL 104


GERMAN 005 -
HONORS SECTION - ADVANCED GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: German 4 with a grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Readings from representative authors of German speaking countries; as well as oral and written reports in German.
 Evening Classes
 5049         7:00- 9:35    MW        FUSILERO, V M                  FL 104


GERMAN 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - GERMAN (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows students to pursue Directed Study in German on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
 8170        1 hr 05 mins TBA         FUSILERO, V M                  FL 105

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                                                         Health

HEALTH 003 -
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Covers the American Red Cross community CPR course. A Red Cross CPR certificate will be issued for a service fee upon
 successful completion of all skills and tests. Attendance at first class meeting required. Wear comfortable clothes for
 working on floor.
 1345         9:00- 5:50 Sat          MELODY, P E             NGYM 410
              (2 Week Class - starts 3/5/2011, ends 3/12/2011)


HEALTH 011 -
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Credit given for only Health 10 or 11.)
 OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS.
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course offers concepts to use today and tomorrow as guidelines for self-directed responsible living. Emphasis is placed
 on relating health concepts for the individual's well-being in personal, community, vocational and leadership roles.
 7087         Online         T Th     BUCHANAN, D             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1316         8:00- 9:25 M W          MCMILLAN, J M           NGYM 410
 1317         8:00- 9:25 T Th         SIMS, J A                  BSC 100
 1318         8:00-11:10 F            JONES, L H              NGYM 410 (CANCELLED)
 1332         8:00-11:10 Sat          CRINER, L D             NGYM 410 (CANCELLED)
 1320         9:40-11:05 M W          JOHNSON, C P                    B 72
 1321         9:40-11:05 M W          GARCIA, F R             NGYM 410
  1322         9:40-11:05 T Th        BUCHANAN, D             NGYM 410
  1323         9:40-11:05 T Th        WATSON, V                  BSC 100
  1324        11:20-12:45 M W         HANG, M                 NGYM 410
  1325        11:20-12:45 M W         JOHNSON, C P                CC 200
  1328        11:20-12:45 M W         WATSON, V               EST 108 (CANCELLED)
  1326        11:20-12:45 T Th        HONJIO, G K                 CC 205
  1327        11:20-12:45 T Th        WATSON, V               NGYM 410
  1329         1:00- 2:25 M W         SIMS, J A               NGYM 410
  7431         1:00- 2:25 T Th        MELODY, P E             NGYM 410
  &            Online                 MELODY, P E             INTERNET
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/31/2011)
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Evening Classes
  3210         5:00- 6:25   T Th       WATSON, V               NGYM 410 (CANELLED)
  3211         6:45- 9:55   M          KUCKREJA, J S              EST 109
  3212         6:45- 9:55   T          BUCHANAN, D              NGYM 410
  3213         6:45- 9:55   W          JOHNSON, C P               EST 109
  3214         6:45- 9:55   Th         MORENTE, A V             NGYM 410

  Health 11 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.

  VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
  For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
  6591         8:15-10:25 Th           WATSON, V E             CC 214 (CANCELLED)
  &            1:00- 5:00 Sat          WATSON, V E             CC 214 (CANCELLED)
               (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/4/2011)

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  EDUCATION.




                                   Health and Safety Education

HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION 008CE -
PHYSICAL FITNESS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        CHRISTIAN, B H               FC
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        JOHNSON, C P         SOUTH GYM
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        CHRISTIAN, B H               FC
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        HONJIO, G K          SOUTH GYM
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        CHRISTIAN, B H               FC
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        BRECKELL, J W        SOUTH GYM
              3 hrs 10 mins TBA        O CONNELL, M H       NORTH GYM




                                                       Hebrew

HEBREW 002 -
ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  (Same as Jewish Studies 12)
  Prerequisite: Hebrew 1 with a grade of C or better, or two years of high school
  Hebrew with an average of C or better, or the equivalent. Continues the presentation of grammatical forms, with additional
  training in oral and other language skills.
 Evening Classes
 5175         6:45- 9:15    T Th       GARBER, Z W                 FL 113


HEBREW 010 -
HEBREW CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 (Taught in English)
 Studies in specific problems and trends in the Jewish heritage during the European and Modern periods.
 Evening Classes
 5024         6:45- 9:55    M          GOODMAN, M S                FL 113

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 EDUCATION.




                                                         History
 (For History, see also African-American Studies 4, 5; Chicano Studies 7, 8.) THERE ARE NO PREREQUISITES FOR
 ANY HISTORY CLASSES EXCEPT HONORS CLASSES.
 NOTE: State law imposes on all California State Universities certain graduation requirements in the areas of U.S. History,
 U.S. Constitution and state and local government. Courses meeting These requirements for the state universities are
 indicated below and in the TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS section of the college catalog.
 U.S. History-History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18.
 U.S. Constitution-History 5, 11, 14, 17.
 State and local government-History 6, 12, 13, 18, 20.


HISTORY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123.
 European history from its ancient Mediterranean roots through the classical Greece, imperial Rome and the Middle Ages.
 7015         Online                 HOVSEPIAN, D S                 INTERNET (CANCELLED)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7081         Online                 LEWIS, M V              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1314         9:40-11:05 T Th        MURRAY, R F                 CC 212
 1330        11:20-12:45 M W         VAN BENSCHOTEN, W D CC 212
 Evening Classes
 3215         6:45- 9:55    M          CUTLER, M O                CC 206


HISTORY 002 -
INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 European history from the Renaissance through WWII and its aftermath, emphasizing political, cultural and intellectual
 developments.
 7048         Online                 LEWIS, M V              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1315        11:20-12:45 M W         LEWIS, M V                  CC 208
 8208        11:20-12:45 T Th        NIELSEN, C S                CC 205 (CANCELLED)
HISTORY 002 -
HONORS SECTION - INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 European civilization from pre-historic and ancient Mediterranean roots through the turn of Medieval life. European history
 from the arts of the Renaissance through the tragedy of World War II and its aftermath.
 8209        11:20-12:45 T Th         NIELSEN, C S                   CC 205(CANCELLED)


HISTORY 005 -
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 European colonization of all the Americas through independence, 1492-1825; includes U.S. Constitution.
 8115        11:20-12:45 M W          DRUMMOND, R B                 CC 210


HISTORY 005 -
HONORS SECTION - HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 European colonization of all the Americas through independence, 1492-1825; includes U.S. Constitution.
 8116        11:20-12:45 M W          DRUMMOND, R B                 CC 210


HISTORY 006 -
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Independence problems of the Americas, 1810 to present; U.S.-Latin American relations and California Constitution.
 Evening Classes
 3219         6:45- 9:55   M          HOFFMAN, A                    CC 212


HISTORY 007 -
THE WORLD'S GREAT RELIGIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Philosophy 33)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Exploring the historical development of the world's major religions and study of religious beliefs.
 7049         Online        LEWIS, M V                        INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1335         9:40-11:05 M W          KERZE, M A                  CC 208 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3220         6:45- 9:55   M          KERZE, M A                    CC 208


HISTORY 011 -
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Capturing several key moments in United States history including the initial stages of formation of America, the Civil War
 and the Constitution which Americans live by.
 7077         Online                  MURRAY, R F             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

                                                   WEEKEND COLLEGE

 6620         8:00-12:15 Sat          MURRAY, R F             CC 205 (CANCELLED)
 &            Online                  MURRAY, R F            INTERNET (CANCELLED)
              (6 Week Class - starts 4/29/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1336         8:00- 9:25 M W         DRUMMOND, R B               CC 210
 1334         9:40-11:05 M W         MURRAY, R F                 CC 212
 1337         9:40-11:05 T Th        MADDOX, J S                 CC 214
 1338        11:20-12:45 T Th        MURRAY, R F                 CC 212
 Evening Classes
 3221         6:45- 9:55   T          MURRAY, R F                   CC 212

 History 11 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


HISTORY 012 -
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The development of modern industrial urban America and the relationship between the United States and the rest of the
 world.
 7065        Online                  VAN BENSCHOTEN, W DINTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1343        8:00- 9:25 M W          MURRAY, R F                 CC 212
 1351        9:40-11:05 T Th         NIELSEN, C S                CC 203
 Evening Classes
 3222         6:45- 9:55   T          KERZE, M A                     H 105


HISTORY 018 -
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A survey of the cultural development of American society from 1865 to the present.
 8135         9:40-11:05 M W          DRUMMOND, R B                 CC 210


HISTORY 018 -
HONORS SECTION - AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 A survey of the cultural development of American society from 1865 to the present with particular emphasis on social,
 intellectual and artistic trends.
 8136         9:40-11:05 M W          DRUMMOND, R B                 CC 210


HISTORY 086 -
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A brief outline of world civilizations from earliest times to the sixteenth century. Designed to meet UC:CSU transfer and
 California teaching credential needs.
 1349        11:20-12:45 T Th         MADDOX, J S                   CC 214
 Evening Classes

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6589         8:15-10:20 T            NIELSEN, C S                  CC 200
 &            1:00- 5:00 Sat          NIELSEN, C S                  CC 200
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.
                                                    Humanities

HUMANITIES 001 -
CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Cultural study of the classical heritage of Greece and Rome with emphasis placed upon the arts.
 8380         8:00- 9:25 M W           HEIKKINEN, D L                CC 214
 1352         9:40-11:05 T Th          DRUMMOND, R B                 CC 210
 Evening Classes
 3226         6:45- 9:55    T          HEIKKINEN, D L                CC 208


HUMANITIES 001 -
HONORS SECTION - CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Cultural study of the classical heritage of Greece and Rome with emphasis placed upon the arts.
 8381         8:00- 9:25    MW         HEIKKINEN, D L                CC 214


HUMANITIES 003 -
THE ARTS OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 The study of early cultural achievements in Europe and North America including art, sculpture and music.
 1350         9:40-11:05 M W           HEIKKINEN, D L                CC 214


HUMANITIES 030 -
THE BEGINNINGS OF CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 A survey of man's cultural heritage from prehistoric times to early civilizations with emphasis on the arts, literature,
 religion, cultural traditions and contributions made by these civilizations to man's historical and cultural heritage.
 1359        11:20-12:45 M W           HEIKKINEN, D L                CC 214
 Evening Classes
 3223         6:45- 9:55 W             HEIKKINEN, D L               CC 208

HUMANITIES 031 -
PEOPLE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Cultural survey from the Industrial Revolution to the present with emphasis upon the artistic heritage.
 Evening Classes

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6525         8:15-10:05 Th           CANNON, R L                    CC 200
 &            1:00- 6:10 Sat          CANNON, R L                    CC 214
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


HUMANITIES 090 -
THE HERO AND HEROINE THROUGH FILM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 A cultural survey of heroes and heroines through the use of film. A collection of movies depicting the Ancient World, the
 Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Modern Era will be shown and critiqued through the semester to give an
 appreciation of how film and subject matter have changed culture over time.
 1311         8:00- 9:25     T Th       DRUMMOND, R B                  CC 210

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 EDUCATION.




                                                   Industrial Arts
 (See Tool and Manufacturing Technology)




                                                       Insurance
 (See Finance)




                                                           Italian

ITALIAN 001 -
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic pronunciation, grammar, practical conversation, and cultural study. Emphasizes ability to understand, read, write and
 speak Italian.
 1354         9:40-10:50 MTWTh TROMBETTA, G N                          FL 108
 Evening Classes
 3228         7:00- 9:30     MW         TROMBETTA, G N                 FL 108


ITALIAN 002 -
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Italian 1 with grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.
 Continues development of language skills and cultural knowledge in Italian with emphasis on everyday Italian.
 1355         8:15- 9:25     MTWTh TROMBETTA, G N                      FL 108

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 EDUCATION.




                                                  Jewish Studies

JEWISH STUDIES 010 -
HEBREW CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Hebrew 10)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Studies in specific problems and trends in the Jewish heritage during the European and modern periods.
 Evening Classes
 5023         6:45- 9:55    M         GOODMAN, M S                   FL 113


JEWISH STUDIES 012 -
ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Same as Hebrew 2)
 Prerequisite: Hebrew 1 with a grade of C or better, or two years of high school Hebrew with an average of C or better, or the
 equivalent.
 Continues the presentation of grammatical forms, provides additional training in oral and written composition, and reading.
 Evening Classes
 5176         6:45- 9:15    T Th      GARBER, Z W                    FL 113


JEWISH STUDIES 035 -
JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Philosophy 35).
 Prerequisite: None.
 Religious belief, the existence of God, free will, evil, disembodied existence.
 Evening Classes
 5133         6:45- 9:55    W         PLACENCIA, N R                FL 113 (CANCELLED)

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                    Journalism

JOURNALISM 101 -
COLLECTING AND WRITING NEWS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Journalism 106.
 Required of all newspaper and photo-journalism majors. Introduction to news gathering and writing. Practice in rapid
 organization and in concise, correct and effective writing.
 1356        11:20-12:45 M W          DAUBER, W J                      B 26

JOURNALISM 105 -
MASS COMMUNICATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This is a survey course designed to acquaint students with print, and broadcast media such as film, newspapers, magazines,
 radio and the Internet. The course is developed for both journalism and non-journalism majors.
 7062         Online                  DAUBER, W J             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1435         1:00- 2:25 M W          DAUBER, W J                 CC 206


JOURNALISM 108 -
ARTICLE WRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required of all magazine journalism majors.Freelance non-fiction magazine writing. Creating and selling the article within
 the magazine writer's world.
 Evening Classes
 3407         6:45- 9:55    T         GRAHAM, R J                     H 101
JOURNALISM 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - JOURNALISM (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  Prerequisite: None.
  Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Journalism on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
  8177        1 hr 05 mins TBA         DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114


JOURNALISM 202 -
ADVANCED NEWSWRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Journalism 101 with grade of C or better.
  Required of newspaper journalism majors.
  Emphasizes principles and practices in writing specialized types of news. Increases mastery of reporting skills.
  1357        11:20-12:45 T Th         DAUBER, W J                   CC 208


JOURNALISM 218 -
PRACTICAL EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: Journalism 202 with grade of C or better or presentation of a portfolio demonstrating equivalent skill level.
  Required of all newspaper journalism majors.
  Practical instruction in writing and editing the college newspaper. Realistic conditions are stressed.
  8176 LEC 9:40-10:45 T                DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114
  &    LAB 9:40-10:45 Th               DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114
  &    LAB5 hrs 05 mins TBA            DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114


JOURNALISM 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - JOURNALISM (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Allows students to pursue Directed Study in journalism on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
  8178        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114


JOURNALISM 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - JOURNALISM (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Allows students to pursue Directed Study in journalism on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
  8179        3 hrs 10mins TBA         DAUBER, W J                    BJ 114

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.




                                                            Law
  NOTE: Beginning Fall 2000 students will have to take the second course of the foreign language to satisfy Area 6 IGETC if
  they have not already satisfied Area 6. See counselor for details.


LAW 001 -
BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Same as Business 5)
  Prerequisite: None.
  Essentials of contract law in everyday problems. Safeguards for sales contracts. Includes case studies.
  8098         8:00- 9:25    MW        O'NEAL, S L                    BJ 110
  8100         9:40-11:05    MW        NASSER, D M                      B 51
  8108         9:40-11:05    T Th      ARDAVANY, J F                  BJ 110
  8048        11:20-12:45    MW        NASSER, D M                    BJ 110 (CANCELLED)
  8125        11:20-12:45    T Th      ARDAVANY, J F                  BJ 110
  Evening Classes
  5091         6:45- 9:55    M         ARDAVANY, J F                  BJ 106
  5162         6:45- 9:55    T         ENGLUND, A C                   BJ 106

  VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
  For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
  6542         5:55- 8:05 W            WATERSTONE, S I               CC 200
  &            8:00-12:00 Sat          WATERSTONE, S I               CC 201
               (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


LAW 003 -
CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE LAW (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Constitutional law and civil rights, emphasizing due process of law, free expression, religion, racial equality.
  7078        Online        GOLDMAN, A                     INTERNET (CANCELLED)
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.




                                                  Learning Skills

LEARNING SKILLS 001A -
READING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  The student will receive group and individualized reading instruction designed to improve reading skills. Open entry/open
  exit. Pass/No Pass class.
  1361         8:00- 9:25    T Th      DAVOYAN, L V                    H 101

LEARNING SKILLS 002A -
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS A (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  The student will receive group and individualized English skills to the level at which the student will be able to succeed in
  college/vocational coursework. Open entry/open exit. Pass/ No Pass class.
  1360         9:40-11:05 M            BROWER, L D                   CC 208
  &            9:40-11:05 W            SPRITZER, T                   CC 208

LEARNING SKILLS 010A -
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS A (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  The student will receive individual and group instruction in math fundamentals. Open entry/open exit. Pass/No Pass class.
  1362         9:40-10:10 T Th         LEWIS, I D                        B 50

LEARNING SKILLS 010B -
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS B (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  The student will receive individual and group instruction in math fundamentals. Open entry/open exit. Pass/No Pass class
  1363        10:10-11:15 T Th         LEWIS, I D                        B 50

LEARNING SKILLS 026 -
MATH TUTORING STRATEGIES (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course covers basic tutoring strategies used for tutoring in the Math Lab.
  1722        30 mins        TBA        SUTCLIFFE, T V                MS 106

LEARNING SKILLS 028 -
GENERAL TUTORING STRATEGIES (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None
  This course prepares students to become peer tutors. Students will learn basic elements of the tutor/tutee relationship,
  applicable study strategies, and the use of subject specific textbooks in the learning process.
  1268        30 mins        TBA        YASUDA, P J                       LC

LEARNING SKILLS 040 -
INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING DISABILITIES (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Enrollment by add card until the third week of the semester. Students must obtain add card from . Services for Students with
  Disabilities Office, (formerly DSPS) Student Services Annex Building, Room 175. Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
  Individualized diagnostic assessment procedures are administered. Students with learning disabilities identify strengths and
  weaknesses in achievement and learning skills. Individual educational plans are developed outlining learning goals,
  objectives, strategies, and recommendations.
  *1704       5 hrs 50 mins           TBA               MELKONIAN, S CC 200A
              (6 Week Class - starts 2/14/2011, ends 3/25/2011)
              *Designed for SSD (formerly DSPS) students
  *1755       6 hrs         TBA       MELKONIAN, S              CC 200A
              (6 Week Class - starts 4/18/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              *Designed for SSD (formerly DSPS) students

LEARNING SKILLS 041 -
STUDY STRATEGIES FOR THE LEARNING DISABLED (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  Enrollment by add card until the third week of the semester. Students must obtain add card from Services for
  Students with Disabilities (formerly DSPS office).
  Individualized diagnostic assessment procedures are administered. Students with learning disabilities identify
  strengths and weaknesses in achievement and learning skills. Individual educational plans are developed
  outlining learning goals, objectives, strategies, and recommendations.
  1711          1:00- 2:25   MW                KAUFMAN, B          EST 102      (CANCELLED)
  Restricted to DSPS use only.


LEARNING SKILLS 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - LEARNING SKILLS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  This course is designed for students with disabilities and consists of directed studies under supervision of instructor.
  1756        10:00-11:30 ThF         TEJEDA MAY, K MCORN STON (CANCELLED)
              (6 Week Class - starts 4/21/2011, ends 5/27/2011)

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.




                                                 Library Science

LIBRARY SCIENCE 101 -
LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An introduction to research methods and library organization.
  1300         8:00- 8:50 M W          JENSEN, J M                      E 115
               (9 Week Class - starts 2/14/2011, ends 4/13/2011)

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.
                                                     Linguistics

LINGUISTICS 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as English 105)
 Prerequisite: None.
 The scientific study of the history and structure of language; language in its social and cultural contexts.
 8118        11:20-12:45 T Th          KURZ, M J                       H 101
 Evening Classes
 5217         6:45- 9:55    W          KURZ, M J                       H 104
 5097         6:45- 9:55    Th         KURZ, M J                       H 113




                                          Machine Shop - CNC

MACHINE SHOP - CNC 114 -
PRINT INTERPRETATION & SKETCHING (BLUEPRINT I)
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 A course in understanding the fundamental principles and practices of blueprint reading which includes a study of standard
 symbols and their applications with emphasis on interpreting a variety of mechanical drawing in the major technical fields.
 Evening Classes
 3146         3:30- 6:40    W          AVILA, M A                      E 110


MACHINE SHOP - CNC 124 -
PRINT INTERPRETATION AND INSPECTION (BLUEPRINT II)
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 A course in understanding advanced principles and current practices for interpreting the information located on industrial
 drawings related to machining operations. Basic inspection procedures are introduced.
 1665         1:00- 4:10    F          VO, C H                      E 115 (CANCELLED)




                                                   Management

MANAGEMENT 001 -
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introductory course in principles of management. Students participate in realistic computer-based management simulation
 exercise that teaches the fundamentals of effectively running and managing a business.
 1368         8:00- 9:25    MW         NEAL, E B                      BJ 106
 Evening Classes
 3232         6:45- 9:55    M          SIOUKAS, A V                   BJ 108


MANAGEMENT 013 -
SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Organization and operation of small businesses. Areas covered include market opportunity and location factors.
 1369        11:20-12:45 M W           NEAL, E B                      BJ 108
 Evening Classes
 3231         6:45- 9:55    Th        SHAPIRO, P                  BSC 105


MANAGEMENT 031 -
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR EMPLOYEES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 How to work smoothly and effectively with fellow workers, supervisors and subordinates in any organization.
 1367         8:00- 9:25    MW        MC CURRY, S L                 BJ 107 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3233         6:45- 9:55    T         PEREZ, M                     CC 214


MANAGEMENT 048 -
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Systems and procedures aspects of modern management for more efficient paperwork.
 1371         9:40-11:05 M W          MC CURRY, S L                 BJ 108

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                     Marketing

MARKETING 001 -
PRINCIPLES OF SELLING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Basic principles with emphasis on techniques. Covers securing prospects, approach, handling objections, closing.
 1372         8:00- 9:25    T Th      NEAL, E B                     BJ 107
 Evening Classes
 3271         6:45- 9:55    W         POLACHEK, D L                 BJ 107


MARKETING 021 -
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 An exciting introductory course to marketing. Students participate in computer-based marketing simulation exercise, make
 real life marketing decisions, and manage a company where they compete with other companies.
 1373         9:40-11:05 T Th         NEAL, E B                     BJ 107


MARKETING 031 -
RETAIL MERCHANDISING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 (This class is offered every 4th semester, Spring only.)
 Provides the student with a working knowledge of the principles and procedures in retailing, including a study of store
 location, store layout, store organization, buying, pricing, stock planning, and retail sales promotion.
 Evening Classes
 3272         6:45- 9:55    W         SIOUKAS, A V                  BJ 106

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                    Mathematics
MATHEMATICS 105 -
ARITHMETIC (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Covers the fundamentals of arithmetic that are essential to continuing in any field.
 1375         8:00- 9:25    MW        KHODAGHOLIAN, S             BSC 108
 1374         9:00-12:10    F         KHODAGHOLIAN, S             MS 111 (CANCELLED)
 1376         9:40-11:05    MW        BARAKAT, M A                EST 107
 1377         9:40-11:05    T Th      BARAKAT, M A                 MS 114
 1710        11:20-12:45    T Th      SUTCLIFFE, T V               MS 111
 Evening Classes
 3237         6:45- 9:55    M         PATVAKANYAN, Y                MS 113
 3238         6:45- 9:55    T         CARTHEW, B J                  MS 109
 3239         6:45- 9:55    W         TRAN, L M                     MS 109
 3245         6:45- 9:55    Th        TRAN, L M                    MS 108 (CANCELLED)


MATHEMATICS 112 -
PRE-ALGEBRA (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: A grade of C or better in Math 105; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
 process.
 Review of arithmetic and introduction to basic algebraic concepts.
 1353         8:00- 9:25 T Th        ENRIQUEZ, L A              EST 104
 1378         9:00-12:10 F           NI, Z                    MS 109 (CANCELLED)
 1382         9:40-11:05 T Th        KAWAI, J                   EST 107
 1383         9:40-11:05 M W         STILLSON, A                 MS 113
 1381        11:20-12:45 M W         KAWAI, J                    MS 111
 7422         1:00- 2:50 M           IYER, K K                   MS 108
 &            Online                 IYER, K K               INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3209         5:00- 6:25    MW        LEE, M K                    MS 113 (CANCELLED)
 3236         5:00- 6:25    T Th      CARTHEW, B J                 MS 111
 3242         6:45- 9:55    M         MARTINEZ, M E                MS 109
 3243         6:45- 9:55    Th        MAKHLUF, R A                 MS 109
 3244         6:45- 9:55    W         LITTIG, A H                  MS 114

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6505         8:15-10:35 T            LIANG, S                      MS 101
 &            6:00- 10:15 F           LIANG, S                      MS 101
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


MATHEMATICS 113 -
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA A - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 112; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
 process.
 The first half of Math 115. The course covers integer exponents, polynomials, solving linear equations and inequalities, and
 factoring. Math 113 and 114 together are equivalent to Math 115. Credit is allowed in only one of Math 115 or the Math
 113/114 combination. Concurrent enrollment in Math 113 and 114 is not permitted.
 1384         8:00- 9:25    MW        STILLSON, A                   EST 107 (CANCELLED)
 1471         9:40-11:05    MW        GOODMAN, L F                  MS 111
 1386         9:40-11:05    T Th      VO, S H                       MS 111
 1387        11:20-12:45    T Th      CIUCA, R A                    MS 110
 Evening Classes
 3437         6:45- 9:55    W         BERT, P E                    EST 101
 3450         6:45- 9:55    Th        ROWE, T S                    EST 105


MATHEMATICS 114 -
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA B - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 113.
 The second half of Math 115. The course reviews factoring, and covers rational expressions, introduction to graphing linear
 equations in two variables, solving systems of linear equations, roots and index 2 radicals, and methods of solving quadratic
 equations. Math 113 and 114 together are equivalent to Math 115. Credit is allowed in only one of Math 115 or the Math
 113/114 combination. Concurrent enrollment in Math 113 and 114 is not permitted.
 1389         9:40-11:05 M W          KAWAI, J                         B9
 1388        11:20-12:45 T Th         LEE, M K                      MS 114
 Evening Classes
 3313         6:45- 9:55    M         SANI, R H                     MS 108
 3314         6:45- 9:55    Th        CARTHEW, B J                 BSC 108


MATHEMATICS 115 -
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Math 112; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
 process.
 The course will cover a basic review of arithmetic and prealgebra; fundamental operations on polynomial, rational, and
 radical (index 2) expressions; polynomial factoring; solving linear, quadratic, special polynomial, rational, radical
 equations, and systems of linear equations; graphing a linear equation in two variables; setting up and solving a variety of
 word problems.
 1390         6:45- 7:55 MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                      MS 109
 1391         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                      MS 109
 1392         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh KAWAI, J                         EST 103
 1394         9:40-10:50 MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                      MS 101
 1395         9:40-10:50 MTWTh NATIAN, A                         MS 110
 1396        11:20-12:30 MTWTh LITTIG, A H                       MS 109
 1397        11:20-12:30 MTWTh CASTILLO, S J                     MS 113
 1399         1:00- 2:10 MTWTh PAGET, G J                        MS 103
 7423        11:20-12:45 M W         VO, S H                     MS 107
 &           Online                  VO, S H                 INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3248         4:00- 6:30    MW        MORI, M W                     MS 103
 3249         4:00- 6:30    MW        ALTSHILLER, A L               MS 111
 3250         4:00- 6:30    T Th      KOTLYAR, V                    MS 107
 3252         6:45- 9:15    MW        GOODMAN, L F                  MS 107
 3253         6:45- 9:15    MW        LEE, M K                      MS 105
 3251         6:45- 9:15    T Th      FINE, R L                     MS 105

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6506         5:55-8:05 M             LIANG, S                      MS 101
 &            5:55-10:35 W            LIANG, S                      MS 101
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat          LIANG, S                      MS 101
              (7 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6516         6:00- 8:05 T            LIANG, S                      MS 101
 &            5:55-10:00 Th           LIANG, S                      MS 101
 &            8:00-12:00 Sat          LIANG, S                      MS 101
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


MATHEMATICS 120 -
PLANE GEOMETRY - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 113 and 114; or a grade of C or better in Mathematics 115; or
 appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
 The first course in geometry. The course covers points, lines, angles, plane figures and logical proof.
 1402         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh           BARAKAT, M A              MS 107
 1403        11:20-12:30 MTWTh           SHIN, L V                 MS 105
 1472         1:00- 2:10 MTWTh           HITO, M M                 MS 107
 Evening Classes
 3255         4:00- 6:30    MW        MOVSISYAN, M                  MS 105
 3412         6:45- 9:15   T Th      BARAKAT, M A                 MS 107


MATHEMATICS 125 -
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 113 and 114; or a grade of C or better in Mathematics 115; or
 appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
 This course reviews concepts learned in Math 115 and applies them to more complicated problems; also covers inequalities,
 absolute values, relations and functions, conic sections, and exponential and logarithmic functions.
 1404         6:45- 7:55 MTWTh CASTILLO, S J                     MS 113
 9508         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh SUTCLIFFE, T V                    MS 111
             This class is part of the PACT program, which means it’s a paired class and it must be taken with
             Developmental Communications 36B section 9507, which meets Tuesday and Thursday 9:40am to
             11:05am. To add these classes, contact Scott Weigand at (818) 947-2811 or at weigansm@lavc.edu.
 1405         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh PAGET, G J                        MS 103
 1407         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh VO, S H                           MS 114
 7425         9:00-12:10 Sat           CHUNG, E Y             MS 103 (CANCELLED)
 &            Online                   CHUNG, E Y             INTERNET (CANCELLED)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1408         9:40-10:50 MTWTh PAGET, G J                        MS 103
 1409         9:40-10:50 MTWTh IYER, K K                         MS 108
 1410         9:40-10:50 MTWTh SHIN, L V                         MS 105
 7424        11:20-12:45 T Th          HITO, M M                 MS 107
 &            Online                   HITO, M M             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1411        11:20-12:30 MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                      MS 103
 1412        11:20-12:30 MTWTh IYER, K K                         MS 108
 1413        11:20-12:30 MTWTh NATIAN, A                         MS 101
 1414         1:00- 2:10 MTWTh BARAKAT, M A                      MS 101
 1417         1:00- 2:10 MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                      MS 105
 6927         1:30- 3:50 MTWThF IRANMANESH, A                 POLY HIGH (ADD)
             (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
             CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
 Evening Classes
 3256         4:00- 6:30   MW        CARTHEW, B J                 MS 109
 3257         4:00- 6:30   MW        CHRIST, J H                  MS 107
 3258         4:00- 6:30   T Th      SIEVER, N L                 BSC 100
 3259         6:45- 9:15   MW        NASSIMI, M M                 MS 103
 3413         6:45- 9:15   MW        TSVIKYAN, A                  MS 111
 3260         6:45- 9:15   T Th      SEPIKAS, J P                 MS 111
 3261         6:45- 9:15   T Th      KHAWAJA, N                   MS 103

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6517        6:00- 10:25 M           LIANG, S                     MS 101
 &           8:15-10:25 W            LIANG, S                     MS 101
 &           1:00- 5:30 Sat          LIANG, S                     MS 101
             (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)

 Mathematics 125 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.

MATHEMATICS 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - MATHEMATICS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Project approval.
 Open entry/exit.
 UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY
 DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER
 APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION OF
 THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a program of directed study in mathematics under direction of a supervising instructor
 1100          1 hr 05 mins    TBA          SHIN, L V          MS 106 (ADD)
MATHEMATICS 215 -
PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
  process.
  Recommended: A grade of C or better in Math 120.
  A course designed primarily for students who plan to teach in elementary school. Emphasis is placed on the "why" of
  mathematics rather than the "how".
  1307         8:00- 9:25    T Th      NALBANDYAN, Z                EST 105
  Evening Classes
  3262         6:45- 9:55    W         SANI, R H                     MS 108


MATHEMATICS 225 -
INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
  process.
  Topics include measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, graphical techniques, probability, hypothesis testing,
  sampling, estimation, correlation, prediction, and linear regression, collection and analysis of data and how inferences about
  a population are made from samples.
  1712         9:00-12:10 Sat          PUROHIT, D S                  MS 111
  Evening Classes
  3263         6:45- 9:55    Th        SIKORA, J L                  EST 110


MATHEMATICS 227 -
STATISTICS (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
  Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math
  placement process.
  This course uses technology to analyze and interpret data sets. Topics include measures of central tendency, measures of
  dispersion, graphical techniques, probability, hypothesis testing, sampling, estimation, correlation, prediction, and linear
  regression, collection and analysis of data and how inferences about a population are made from samples.
  7427         8:00- 9:25 T Th         CASTILLO, S J               MS 113
  &            Online                  CASTILLO, S J           INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7429         8:00- 9:25 M W          LITTIG, A H                 MS 110
  &            Online                  LITTIG, A H             INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7426         9:40-11:05 T Th         LITTIG, A H                 MS 113
  &            Online                  LITTIG, A H             INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7430         1:00- 2:25 M W          LITTIG, A H                 MS 113
  &            Online                  LITTIG, A H             INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Evening Classes
  7428         6:45- 9:15 W            NEMETH, A                   MS 113
  &            Online                  NEMETH, A               INTERNET
               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
               website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


MATHEMATICS 238 -
CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE I
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
  process.
  A one semester course in calculus for business, management, and social science transfer majors.
  1418         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh IYER, K K                            MS 108
  1452         9:40-10:50 MTWTh HITO, M M                            MS 107
  Evening Classes
  3306         6:45- 9:15    T Th      SULE, M L                     MS 113
MATHEMATICS 240 -
TRIGONOMETRY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 120 and 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
 math placement process.
 Solving triangles; proving identities; and other practical and theoretical uses of trigonometric functions.
 1419         8:00- 9:25 T Th          PAPISYAN, S                   MS 110
 1416         9:40-11:05 M W           VO, S H                      EST 104
 1420         1:00- 2:25 M W           NATIAN, A                     MS 109
 Evening Classes
 3267         6:45- 9:55    T          SIEVER, N L                  BSC 100


MATHEMATICS 245 -
COLLEGE ALGEBRA (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement
 process.
 First college level course in algebra. New topics include the Binomial theorem, graphing techniques, root finding,
 exponential and logarithmic functions.
 1657         8:00- 9:25 M W           CASTILLO, S J                 MS 113
 1423         9:00-12:10 Sat           MADENLIAN, V G                MS 109
 1422        11:20-12:45 T Th          VO, S H                      EST 104
 Evening Classes
 3270         6:45- 9:55    T          HOLLOWAY, G L                EST 105


MATHEMATICS 260 -
PRE-CALCULUS (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 240 or concurrent enrollment; or appropriate skill level demonstrated
 through the math placement process.
 A precalculus course in college algebra and analytic geometry, necessary for the study of the calculus sequence. Note: UC
 allows a maximum of 4 transferable units for this course.
 6916         8:05-10:15 MTWThF STAFF                         POLY HIGH (CANCELLED)
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
 8133         9:40-10:50 MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                      MS 109
 6917         1:30- 3:50 MTWThF                        IRANMANESH, A POLY HIGH (CANCELLED)
              (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
              CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3275         6:45- 9:15    MW         DIAKOFF, D J                  MS 110


MATHEMATICS 260 -
HONORS SECTION - PRE-CALCULUS (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 240 or concurrent enrollment; or appropriate skill level demonstrated
 through the math placement process.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123.
 A precalculus course in college algebra and analytic geometry, necessary for the study of the calculus sequence. Note: UC
 allows a maximum of 4 transferable units for this course.
 8134         9:40-10:50 MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                          MS 109


MATHEMATICS 265 -
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 240 and 260; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
 math placement process.
 First course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and calculus. It covers limits, continuity, derivatives,
 mean value theorem, antiderivatives, and definite integral.
 8071         8:15- 9:25    MTWTh SHIN, L V                          MS 105
 Evening Classes
 5134         4:00- 6:30    T Th       MAKHLUF, R A                  MS 109
MATHEMATICS 265 -
HONORS SECTION - CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 240 and 260; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
 math placement process.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123.
 First course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and calculus. It covers limits, continuity, derivatives,
 mean value theorem, antiderivatives, and definite integral.
 8072         8:15- 9:25    MTWTh SHIN, L V                         MS 105
 Evening Classes
 5135         4:00- 6:30 T Th          MAKHLUF, R A                 MS 109

MATHEMATICS 266 -
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 265 with a grade of C or better.
 Second course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and calculus. It covers derivatives and integrals of
 transcendental functions, methods of integration, conic sections, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, infinite series and
 power series.
 1430         8:15- 9:25    MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                      MS 101
 Evening Classes
 3274         6:45- 9:15    T Th       BARAKAT, W A                  MS 110


MATHEMATICS 267 -
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 266 with a grade of C or better.
 Recommended: Mathematics 270 or concurrent enrollment.
 Multivariable and vector calculus. The final course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and calculus.
 Evening Classes
 3422         6:45- 9:15    T Th       CASTRO, J D                   MS 114


MATHEMATICS 270 -
LINEAR ALGEBRA (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 266.
 Vector spaces and matrix theory; systems of equations; linear transformations.
 Evening Classes
 3426         6:45- 9:55    M          BARAKAT, W A                  MS 114


MATHEMATICS 275 -
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 267.
 Recommended: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 270.
 A study of methods for solving first order linear differential equations and systems of differential equations.
 1415         9:40-11:05 M W           SUTCLIFFE, T V               MS 114

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 EDUCATION.




                                                     Media Arts

MEDIA ARTS 100 -
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Survey of the entertainment media arts, taking the student through the pre-production, production, and post-production
 stages of the creative process, mirroring the professional world, featuring guest speakers from the industry.
 1434         1:00- 4:10    T         WATANABE, D S                 CC 206
 Evening Classes
 3298         6:45- 9:55    Th        SHIELDS, D F                  CC 207


MEDIA ARTS 101 -
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FILM/VIDEO PRODUCTION
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Media Arts 100 or Cinema 107 with a grade of C or better, or Media Arts 100 or Cinema 107 as a corequisite.
 Comprehensive overview of all aspects of digital film/video production from concept to finished project, centering on
 theory and its application to digital media exercises.
 NOTE: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments. Additional time required.
 Evening Classes
 3299 LEC 6:30- 8:35 T                RODRIGUEZ, A                   CC 10
 &    LAB 8:35-10:40 T                RODRIGUEZ, A                    CC 6


MEDIA ARTS 113 -
LOW BUDGET FILMMAKING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Overview of the administrative and creative aspects of producing low-cost motion pictures from budgeting, financing and
 pre-production to completion, distribution and marketing. Students will prepare an actual film proposal, budget and
 schedule.
 Evening Classes
 3295         6:45- 9:55    F         WATANABE, D S                 CC 206


MEDIA ARTS 120 -
DIGITAL FILM/VIDEO EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Cinema 120)
 Prerequisite: Media Arts 101 with a "C" or better.
 This class is not offered every semester.
 Intermediate course covering, theory, techniques and aesthetics of film/digital video non-linear editing. Industry-oriented
 digital applications, emphasizing Final Cut Pro, will be utilized in the editing exercises. NOTE: Students will be required to
 provide instructional materials to complete class assignments. Additional time required.
 Evening Classes
 5028 LEC 6:30- 8:35 M                RODRIGUEZ, A                    CC 8
 &    LAB 8:35-10:40 M                RODRIGUEZ, A                    CC 8


MEDIA ARTS 130 -
ADVANCED SCREENWRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: Broadcasting 25.
 This class is not offered every semester. An Advanced screenwriting workshop emphasizing the skill and understanding of
 structure, character and story.
 Evening Classes
 3187         6:45- 9:55    W         SWELSTAD, E J                  H 103


MEDIA ARTS 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - MEDIA ARTS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Media Arts Program.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue Directed Study in Media Arts on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
 1441        1 hr 05 mins TBA         SWELSTAD, E J                  CC 10
MEDIA ARTS 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - MEDIA ARTS (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Media Arts Program.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue Directed Study in Media Arts on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
 1442        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        SWELSTAD, E J                 CC 10


MEDIA ARTS 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - MEDIA ARTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Approval of project. Enrollment in Media Arts Program.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue Directed Study in Media Arts on a contract basis under the direction of supervising instructor.
 1451 3 hrs 10 mins        TBA        SWELSTAD, E J                 CC 10

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 EDUCATION.




                                         Medical Terminology
 (See Biology 33)




                                               Merchandising
 (See Marketing)




                                                  Meteorology

METEOROLOGY 003 -
INTRODUCTION TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Geography 3)
 Prerequisite: None.
 An exploration of atmospheric and global climatic patterns.
 8064         8:00- 9:25   MW         LEONARD, M L               AHS 152




                                    Mexican-American Studies
 (See Chicano Studies)
                                                     Microbiology


MICROBIOLOGY 020 -
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Chemistry 51 or equivalent.
 Recommended: Biology 3 or college equivalent.
 A study of microorganisms emphasizing principles, control, epidemiology, infectious disease and immunology. $10 dollar
 lab fee to be paid with registration.
 1437   LEC 8:00- 9:25      MW         POLASEK, L M                 AHS 248
 &      LAB 9:40-11:05      MW         POLASEK, L M                 AHS 252
 1436   LEC 8:00- 9:25      T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                AHS 243
 &      LAB 9:40-11:05      T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                AHS 252
 1438   LEC 1:00- 2:25      MW         BAKHTIARI, S                 AHS 239
 &      LAB 2:40- 4:05      MW         BAKHTIARI, S                 AHS 252
 Evening Classes
 3283   LEC   5:30- 6:55    MW         FRANK, G A                   AHS 248
 &      LAB   7:10- 8:35    MW         FRANK, G A                   AHS 252
 3282   LEC   5:30- 6:55    T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                AHS 248
 &      LAB   7:10- 8:35    T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                AHS 252

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 EDUCATION.




                                                Motion Pictures
 (See Cinema Arts)




                                                          Music
 All students who are enrolling in a theory class (200, 201, 202, 203, 211, 212, 213) for the first time at LAVC should make
 sure they enroll in the proper level of the course. Most students should enroll at an introductory level: theory (200); piano
 (321); current musical events(152). Those with extensive prior study may take a placement examination to qualify them for
 higher levels of theory, of piano, and the performance workshop (250). This examination will be given the 1st meeting of
 class.
 ATTENTION
 Additional repeatability for the music classes listed below is permitted for matriculated Music major students. See
 department chair or course instructor.
 Music 250, 324, 351, 414, 453, 501, 531, 563, 604, 614, 624, 654, 701, 711, 721, 731, 751, 771, and 775.


MUSIC 101 -
FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended for general students, not for students planning to take Music 201 and 211.
 Covers notation, scales, keys, intervals, chords, rhythmic drills, sight singing and other basic musical skills.
 1431          9:40-11:05 M W          KAHN, R N                       B 78
 1439         11:20-12:45 M W          LEWIS, I D                     M 105 (CANCELLED)
 1440          1:00- 2:25 T Th         JULIAN, M J                    M 105
 Evening Classes
 3281         6:45- 9:55    T          MERTENS, M D                    M 105
 3284         6:45- 9:55    W          JULIAN, M J                     M 105
MUSIC 111 -
MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to Western art music; survey of major style periods; techniques of perceptive listening.
 8094         9:40-11:05 M W             JULIAN, S                   M 104
 8012         9:40-11:05 T Th            ABELL, J L                  B 78 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5193         6:45- 9:55     W           MERTENS, M D                M 104

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6533         5:55- 8:05 Th              LEWIS, I D                  M 104
 &            1:00- 5:00 Sat             LEWIS, I D                  M 104
              (8 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 6/5/2011)


MUSIC 111 -
HONORS SECTION - MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Introduction to Western art music; survey of major style periods; techniques of perceptive listening.
 8095         9:40-11:05 M W             JULIAN, S                   M 104
 8013         9:40-11:05 T Th            ABELL, J L                  B 78 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5194         6:45- 9:55     W           MERTENS, M D                M 104


MUSIC 121 -
MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 201.
 Highly recommended: Music 211.(Offered in spring semester only).
 Style and techniques in Western music composition from Gregorian chant through the Baroque.
 1424         9:40-11:05 M W             ARSHAGOUNI, M H             M 105


MUSIC 136 -
MUSIC IN AMERICAN CULTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Comparative and integrative study of the multi-cultural music styles of the United States. Traces historical roots to
 contemporary American Music.
 1425        11:20-12:45 T Th            HANNIFAN, P               M 104 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 6918         3:30- 5:05 T Th          BEHNEN, SH               NOHO HIGH (CANCELLED)
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at North Hollywood High School located at 5231 Colfax Avenue, North
              Hollywood, CA 91601.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.


MUSIC 152 -
CURRENT MUSICAL EVENTS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required of all music majors desiring an AA degree. Designed to motivate students to attend "live" performances, learn
 concert-going etiquette, and enjoy communication between performer and listener.
 1447 LEC 1:00- 2:30         W           NOVA, C P                   M 106
 &    LAB25 mins             TBA         NOVA, C P                   M 106


MUSIC 161 -
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
  This course surveys the electronic equipment and methods used in the making of music in today's commercial music
  industry.
  1443 LEC 2:30- 3:25       MW         KAHN, R N                     M 104
  &    LAB 3:30- 4:30       MW         KAHN, R N                     M 104


MUSIC 165 -
INTRODUCTION TO RECORDING ARTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An introduction to the theory and practice of acoustics, mixing, and other techniques used in recording.
  Evening Classes
  3286 LEC 3:30- 5:35       F          JULIAN, M J                   M 112
  &    LAB 2 hrs            TBA        JULIAN, M J                   M 112


MUSIC 180 -
APPLIED MUSIC LABORATORY (CSU) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  Corequisite: Music 181 or 182 or 183, or 184, and 250.
  This course allows students to improve their technical skills on their own instrument or voice as assigned by Applied Music-
  Individual Study Instructors. Basic repertoire and historical performance practice are emphasized. Pass/No Pass.
  1450        5 hrs 20 mins            TBA                 CARLOS, G M M 105

MUSIC 181 -
APPLIED MUSIC I (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Audition.
  Corequisite: Music 180 and 250.
  Required for the AA degree in Music. Parallels the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.
  Designed to develop study, practice, and performance skills on a student's principal instrument or voice through private
  lessons.
  1444        1 hr 05 mins TBA         CARLOS, G M                 M 101C


MUSIC 182 -
APPLIED MUSIC II (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 181
  Corequisite: Music 180 and Music 250.
  Required for the AA degree in Music. Parallels the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.
  Designed to develop study, practice, and performance skills on a student's principal instruments or voice through private
  lessons.
  1445        1 hr 05 mins TBA         CARLOS, G M                 M 101C


MUSIC 183 -
APPLIED MUSIC III (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 182.
  Corequisite: Music 180 and 250.
  Required for the AA degree in Music. Parallels the offerings for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.
  Designed to develop study, practice, and performance skills on a student's principal instruments or voice through private
  lessons.
  1448        1 hr 05 mins             TBA                 CARLOS, G M M 101C

MUSIC 184 -
APPLIED MUSIC IV (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 183.
  Corequisite: Music 180 and 250.
  Required for the AA degree in Music. Parallels the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.
  Designed to develop study, practice, and performance skills on a student's principal instruments or voice through private
  lessons.
  1449        1 hr 05 mins TBA         CARLOS, G M                 M 101C
MUSIC 190 -
MUSIC LABORATORY FOR PRACTICING - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Pass/No Pass only. Open entry/Open exit.
 Students in piano, voice, guitar, instrument, harmony, musicianship and theory classes work in practice rooms on pieces and
 exercises assigned to them or on music of their own choosing.
 1455        1 hr 25 mins TBA          ARSHAGOUNI, M H             M 100A


MUSIC 191 -
MUSIC LABORATORY FOR LISTENING - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Pass/No Pass. Open entry/Open exit.
 Students use listening library equipment to do listening assignments from music classes.
 Evening Classes
 3417        1 hr 25 mins TBA          ARSHAGOUNI, M H             M 100A


MUSIC 192 -
MUSIC SOFTWARE LABORATORY - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Pass/No Pass. Open entry/Open exit.
 Students use our computer lab in preparing assignments for music theory classes or music of their own choosing. Emphasis
 on notation program Encore, and musicianship programs MacGamut and Practica Musica.
 1456        1 hr 25 mins TBA          ARSHAGOUNI, M H               M 100 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 200 -
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THEORY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Study of music notation, theory of scales and chords, singing and ear training.
 1454 LEC 8:15- 9:05        MTWTh LEWIS, I D                          B 78
 &    LAB 9:05- 9:25        MTWTh LEWIS, I D                          B 78


MUSIC 201 -
HARMONY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 200.
 Corequisite: Music 211.
 Beginning diatonic harmony: study of primary and secondary triads; dominant seventh; non-chord tones; figured bass;
 harmonization; harmonic analysis.
 1466         9:40-11:05 T Th          HU, Y                         M 105


MUSIC 202 -
HARMONY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 201.
 Corequisite: Music 212.
 Continuation of Music 201: presents secondary functions, harmonic and melodic sequences, elementary modulation,
 intermediate part writing and analysis.
 1465         9:40-11:05 T Th          WILLIAMS, L P                 M 104


MUSIC 203 -
HARMONY III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 202.
 Corequisite: Music 213.
 Continuation of Music 202: presents Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords, modulation to distant keys, survey of
 contemporary techniques.
 1467         9:40-11:05 T Th          MERTENS, M D                  M 110
MUSIC 206 -
COMMERCIAL HARMONY II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 205.
  The concept of chord families, substitute chords, assumed roots, alternating triads and chromatic harmony in four parts.
  Evening Classes
  3287         5:00- 6:25    MW         KAHN, R N                      M 100


MUSIC 211 -
MUSICIANSHIP I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 200.
  Corequisite: Music 201.
  Theory review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music dictation, rhythmic drills, keyboard skills.
  1468 LEC 8:00- 8:30        T Th       MADDREN, C M                   M 105
  &    LAB 8:30- 9:25        T Th       MADDREN, C M                   M 105


MUSIC 212 -
MUSICIANSHIP II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 211.
  Corequisite: Music 202.
  Harmony review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music dictation, rhythmic drills and keyboard
  skills at the intermediate level.
  1470 LEC 8:00- 8:30        T Th       MERTENS, M D                   M 104
  &    LAB 8:30- 9:25        T Th       MERTENS, M D                   M 104


MUSIC 213 -
MUSICIANSHIP III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 212.
  Corequisite: Music 203.
  Harmony review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music dictation, rhythmic drills and keyboard
  skills at the advanced intermediate level.
  1469 LEC 8:00- 8:30        T Th       HU, Y                          M 110
  &    LAB 8:30- 9:25        T Th       HU, Y                          M 110


MUSIC 241 -
MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING I (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Instruction and practical experience in the techniques of music notation. It is assumed that the student has the ability to read
  music and has basic skills in computer use.
  8152         1:00- 2:05    M          KAHN, R N                      M 104


MUSIC 242 -
MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING II (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 241.
  Continued instruction and practical experience in the techniques of music notation as it is applied using the computer. It is
  assumed that the student has the ability to read music and has basic skills in computer use.
  8153         1:00- 2:05    M          KAHN, R N                      M 104


MUSIC 250 -
MUSIC PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP (CSU) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: Music 322 or 412 or 602 or 612 or 622 or 632 or 652.
  Required of all students in AA transfer program and open to others.
  Students work in a master class environment. A final public performance is given.
  1485        11:20-12:45 T Th          CHAULS, R N                    M 106


MUSIC 265 -
RECORDING ARTS WORKSHOP (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  Prerequisite: Music 165.
 Basic techniques of recording and mixing; prepare for and participate in multi-track recording sessions.
 1486 LEC 3:00- 5:05        Th        JULIAN, M J                    M 112
 &    LAB 5:05- 7:10        Th        JULIAN, M J                    M 112


MUSIC 282 -
COMMERCIAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 206 and 295.
 This course is designed for music majors. A continuation of Music 281.
 1687 LEC 9:00-11:05 F                KAHN, R N                      M 110
 &    LAB2 hrs 05 mins TBA            KAHN, R N                      M 110


MUSIC 321 -
ELEMENTARY PIANO I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Beginning repertoire, technique and music reading in 5-finger positions; selected scales; melody harmonization.
 1459   LEC 9:40-10:10      T Th      JAMES, W C                   M 100 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB10:10-11:05      T Th      JAMES, W C                   M 100 (CANCELLED)
 1458   LEC 1:00- 1:30      T Th      MERTENS, M D                  M 100
 &      LAB 1:30- 2:30      T Th      MERTENS, M D                  M 100
 Evening Classes
 3427 LEC 6:45- 7:50        M         RYDELL, C J                    M 100
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        M         RYDELL, C J                    M 100


MUSIC 322 -
ELEMENTARY PIANO II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 321.
 This is a continuation of Music 321 topics with intermediate beginning technique and repertoire.
 1453 LEC 9:40-10:10 M W              HU, Y                          M 100
 &    LAB10:10-11:05 M W              HU, Y                          M 100
 Evening Classes
 3425 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T         HU, Y                          M 100
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        T         HU, Y                          M 100


MUSIC 323 -
ELEMENTARY PIANO III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 322.
 Continuation of Music 322 topics; repertoire on level of Beethoven Sonatina in G; Bach Minuet in G.
 8237 LEC 11:20-11:50 M W             HU, Y                          M 100
 &    LAB11:50-12:45 M W              HU, Y                          M 100


MUSIC 324 -
ELEMENTARY PIANO IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 323.
 This is a continuation of Music 323 topics; repertoire on the level of Chopin Prelude in E minor or Bach Prelude No.1.
 8238 LEC 11:20-11:50 M W             HU, Y                          M 100
 &    LAB11:50-12:45 M W              HU, Y                          M 100


MUSIC 411 -
ELEMENTARY VOICE I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic techniques of vocal production; position, breathing, articulation and tone; solo literature and performance.
 1460 LEC 9:40-10:10 M W              CARLOS, G M                    M 106
 &    LAB10:10-11:15 M W              CARLOS, G M                    M 106
 Evening Classes
 3290 LEC 6:45- 7:50        W         NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        W         NOVA, C P                      M 106
MUSIC 412 -
ELEMENTARY VOICE II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 411.
 Continuation of basic vocal technique; basic Italian repertory is introduced.
 8210 LEC 2:40- 3:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 3:10- 4:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 Evening Classes
 5142 LEC 6:45- 7:50        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106


MUSIC 413 -
ELEMENTARY VOICE III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 412.
 Advanced vocal technique; repertoire of moderate difficulty; standard art songs in several languages.
 8211 LEC 2:40- 3:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 3:10- 4:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 Evening Classes
 5143 LEC 6:45- 7:50        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106


MUSIC 414 -
ELEMENTARY VOICE IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 413.
 Continuation of advanced vocal technique in Music 413; repertoire of greater difficulty.
 8212 LEC 2:40- 3:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 3:10- 4:10        MW        NOVA, C P                      M 106
 Evening Classes
 5144 LEC 6:45- 7:50        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        M         NOVA, C P                      M 106


MUSIC 453 -
MUSICAL THEATRE REPERTOIRE FOR SINGERS
(UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
 Students will meet class at normal time; however, additional time outside of class time in laboratory or practice rooms is
 required.
 Prerequisite: Music 411.
 Retention is based on successful audition.Vocal techniques through Broadway show material; body movement,
 interpretation of the songs.
 Evening Classes
 3280 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T         NOVA, C P                      M 112
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        T         NOVA, C P                      M 112


MUSIC 501 -
COLLEGE CHOIR (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic techniques in choral singing; various works taken from all periods of music.
 1461        11:20-12:45 M W          CARLOS, G M                    M 106


MUSIC 531 -
PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Retention is based on successful audition. Study and performance of varied choral works including large works with
 orchestra, music spanning the ages, and a formal pops concert.
 Evening Classes
 3291         6:45- 9:55    T         ARSHAGOUNI, M H                M 106
MUSIC 563 -
CHAMBER SINGERS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Students may enroll at registration, however enrollment will be confirmed by audition during the first week of semester
 based on the ability of the student. Small mixed choral ensemble; numerous concerts of varied repertoire for small
 ensemble.
 1487         1:00- 3:00 T Th        CARLOS, G M                    M 106
 &           1 hr 05 mins TBA        CARLOS, G M                    M 106


MUSIC 601 -
BRASS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Brass instrument instruction at an elementary level, including tone production, fingering, breathing technique, dynamics and
 introduction to ensemble performance.
 8182 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th           HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 602 -
BRASS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 601.
 Brass instrument instruction at an intermediate level, including major and minor scales, simple rhythmic exercises, various
 articulations, interval training and ensemble performance.
 8183 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th           HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 603 -
BRASS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 602.
 A continuation of Music 602. Advanced instruction on brass instruments.
 8184 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th           HEINEN, J M                M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M                M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 604 -
BRASS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 603.
 Brass instrument instruction at an advanced intermediate level, including chromatic scales, mixed meter, various
 articulations, phrasing, transposition and ensemble performance.
 8185 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th           HEINEN, J M                M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M                M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 611 -
STRING INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Beginning instruction on string instruments, including beginning tone production, string notation, ensemble performance
 and care and maintenance.
 8101 LEC 9:40-10:10 T Th            ANGEBRANNDT, L               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:10-11:10 T Th            ANGEBRANNDT, L               M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 612 -
STRING INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 611.
 Intermediate instruction on string instruments, including tone production, string notation, ensemble performance and care
 and maintenance appropriate to the intermediate level.
 8102 LEC 9:40-10:10 T Th            ANGEBRANNDT, L                  M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:10-11:10 T Th            ANGEBRANNDT, L                  M 112 (CANCELLED)
MUSIC 613 -
STRING INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 612.
 Advanced intermediate instruction on string instruments, including tone production, right arm control, chromatic scales,
 wrist exercises and ensemble performance.
 8103 LEC 9:40-10:10 T Th             ANGEBRANNDT, L                 M 112(CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:10-11:10 T Th             ANGEBRANNDT, L                 M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 614 -
STRING INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 613.
 String instrument instruction at an advanced level, including chromatic scales, various etudes, various articulations,
 positions and ensemble performance.
 8104 LEC 9:40-10:10 T Th             ANGEBRANNDT, L                  M 112(CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:10-11:10 T Th             ANGEBRANNDT, L                  M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 621 -
WOODWIND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Woodwind instrument instruction at an elementary level, including tone production, fingering, breathing technique,
 dynamics and introduction to ensemble performance.
 8186 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th             HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 622 -
WOODWIND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 621.
 Woodwind instrument instruction at an intermediate level, including major and minor scales, simple rhythmic exercises,
 various articulations, interval training and ensemble performance.
 8187 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th             HEINEN, J M               M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 623 -
WOODWIND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 622.
 Woodwind instrument instruction at an advanced intermediate level, including alternate forms of major and minor scales,
 arpeggios, new rhythmic exercises with syncopation, various articulations, dominant seventh chords and ensemble
 performance.
 8188 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M                 M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th             HEINEN, J M                 M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 624 -
WOODWIND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Music 623.
 Woodwind instrument instruction at an advanced intermediate level, including chromatic scales, mixed meter, various
 articulations, phrasing, transposition and ensemble performance.
 8189 LEC 11:20-11:50 T Th            HEINEN, J M              M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB11:50-12:50 T Th             HEINEN, J M              M 112 (CANCELLED)


MUSIC 650 -
BEGINNING GUITAR (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Learning the basics of guitar, chords, strums, notes. Easy songs to give the student a firm grasp of the instrument.
 Student must possess guitar.
 1462 LEC 9:00-10:05 F                LEWIS, K G               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:05-12:10 F                LEWIS, K G               M 112 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 3338 LEC 6:45- 7:50       T          NEWTON, G P                      B 78
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55       T          NEWTON, G P                      B 78


MUSIC 651 -
CLASSICAL GUITAR I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Music 650 strongly recommended. Beginning Classical guitar includes basics of guitar technique, notes, simple
 compositions. Student must possess nylon string guitar.
 1463 LEC 1:00- 1:55       F          LEWIS, K G                       B 78
 &    LAB 1:55- 4:00       F          LEWIS, K G                       B 78


MUSIC 721 -
ORCHESTRA (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Retention is based on successful audition. Preparation for concert appearances; wide range of orchestral literature;
 development of technique.
 Evening Classes
 3416         6:15- 7:20 W            ARSHAGOUNI, M H                M 112
 &            7:20-10:25 W            ARSHAGOUNI, M H                M 112


MUSIC 751 -
WIND ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Retention is based on successful audition. Preparation for performances of concert band repertoire. Development of
 individual technical and artistic abilities through experience with a wide range of band literature.
 Evening Classes
 3414         6:45- 9:55   M          IMMEL, D R                     M 112


MUSIC 771 -
GUITAR ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Retention is based on successful audition. Preparation for ensemble performance; intonation, rhythmic accuracy, balance
 and style.
 Evening Classes
 3288         6:45- 9:55   M          LEWIS, K G                       B 78

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                             Numerical Control

NUMERICAL CONTROL 021 -
ADVANCED MANUAL CNC LATHE PROGRAMMING &
INTRODUCTION TO CAM - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Students will study Numerical Control part program preparation that began in Numerical Control 1 (CNC-1) and develop
 the techniques of planning for efficient operation sequencing. Compares NC, CNC and DNC; including examination of
 these systems in relation to CAD/CAM. Introduces computer-assisted NC part programming languages. Emphasizes writing
 and running CNC Lathe programs machining metal parts.
 Note: Students may be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 Evening Classes
 5173 LEC 6:45- 7:45       T          AVILA, M A                     E 108
 &      LAB 7:45- 9:55     T          AVILA, M A                     E 108
 &      LAB 6:45- 9:55     Th         AVILA, M A                     E 108


NUMERICAL CONTROL 022 -
ADV MANUAL CNC MILL & MICROCOMPUTER ASSISTED PROGRAMMING - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Acquaints the advanced student with three and four axis CNC applications involving manufacturing planning, tooling
 design, tooling specification, CNC mill programs employing full 3-axis positioning and implementation of programs using
 HAAS mill equipment in the CNC lab. Students will learn and practice microcomputer assisted part programming of CNC
 mill using Fanuc, Haas and Yasnac controls.
 Evening Classes
 5174 LEC 6:45- 7:45       T          AVILA, M A                     E 108
 &    LAB 7:45- 9:55       T          AVILA, M A                     E 108
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:55       Th         AVILA, M A                     E 108


NUMERICAL CONTROL 023 -
COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING PROGRAMMING OF CNC EQUIPMENT - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Advance programming with MasterCAM. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming with Computer Aided
 Manufacturing (CAM) software. Students will learn to create part geometry and to generate tool paths on PC based
 equipment.
 1660 LEC 8:00-10:05 Sat              VO, C H                        E 115
 &    LAB10:10- 2:25 Sat              VO, C H                        E 115

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                      Nursing

NURSING 799 -
HEALTH SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RESOURCE
LEARNING CENTER - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Open entry/open exit. Enrollment is offered to students receiving or having received courses from Health Science
 Department, or EMT, CNA, or other LAVC related course(s).
 This course allows student to practice simulated nursing care and/or health-client care, etc. with special predesignated
 equipment. Also, consists of a variety of computer and/or video programs to assist the different types of learners designed
 for improving comprehension, synthesis, and/or critical thinking skills necessary for the improvement and/or practice of
 safe, quality client care. Students enrolled will be able to practice at their own pace.
 1493        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        COX, M A           AHS 335 (CANCELLED)




                                              Nursing Science

NURSING SCIENCE 101 -
INTRODUCTION TO NURSING - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1, or Physiology 8 and Physiology 9, Microbiology 1 or 20, English 101 with a
 grade of C or better.
 This course is designed to introduce the student to nursing care concepts. Implementing nursing care concepts to meet the
 client's physiological , emotional, cognitive, developmental , social, cultural and spiritual needs are discussed.
 1681 LEC 8:00- 9:05       M          HEISTER, C S                EST 110
 &      LEC 8:00- 9:05 Th           PABLICO, M R                  EST 110
 &      LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       PABLICO, M R                   H OSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       HEISTER, C S                   H OSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       SANSERINO, G                   H OSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       BOLDEMANN, B R                 H OSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       MASER, D L                     H OSP
            (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 102 -
FUNDAMENTAL OF NURSING - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 101 and Nursing Science 103 with a grade of C or better.
 This course is designed to introduce the student to the concept of medical surgical nursing using Maslow's Hierarchy of
 Needs as a framework. Identification of risk factors affecting client's health-wellness will be examined.
 1685   LEC 8:00- 9:05 M            HEISTER, C S                  EST 110
 &      LEC 8:00- 8:50 Th           PABLICO, M R                  EST 110
 &      LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA HEISTER, C S                          HOSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       PABLICO, M R                    HOSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       SANSERINO, G                    HOSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       BOLDEMANN, B R                  HOSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       MASER, D L                      HOSP
            (8 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 103 -
NURSING PROCESS - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1, or Physiology 8 and Physiology 9, Microbiology 1 or 20, English 101 with a
 grade of C or better.
 This course is an introduction to the nursing process, which will allows the student identify, diagnose and treat human
 responses to wellness and illness. This course will also enable the student to integrate the components of the nursing process
 utilizing critical thinking.
 1689         9:15-10:20 M            HEISTER, C S                EST 110
 &            9:15-10:20 Th           HEISTER, C S                EST 110
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 104 -
NURSING COMMUNICATION - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 101 and Nursing Science 103 with a grade of C or better.
 This course is an introduction to the elements of the communication process. Included in the course will be an introductory
 content on the principles of therapeutic and non-therapeutic communications.
 1690         9:15-10:15 M            PABLICO, M R                EST 110
 &            9:15-10:15 Th           PABLICO, M R                EST 110
              (9 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 105 -
NURSING PHARMACOLOGY - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1, or Physiology 8 and Physiology 9, Microbiology 1 or 20, English 101 with a
 grade of C or better.
 This course is designed to introduce students to medication administration. Included in the course will be laboratory practice
 of medication administration and drug dosage calculations.
 1691   LEC 10:30-11:15    M          HEISTER, C S                EST 110
 &      LEC 10:30-11:15    Th         PABLICO, M R                EST 110
 &      LAB1 hr 25 mins    TBA        HEISTER, C S                  HOSP
 OR     LAB1 hr 25 mins    TBA        PABLICO, M R                  HOSP
 OR     LAB1 hr 25 mins    TBA        HEISTER, C S                  HOSP
 OR     LAB1 hr 25 mins    TBA        PABLICO, M R                  HOSP


NURSING SCIENCE 106 -
MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING I - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105 with grades of C or better.
 This basic Medical/Surgical course will focus on the nursing care of clients with endrocine, gastrointestinal, cardiac and
 respiratory disorders. Problems associate with fluid and electrolytes, acid base balance, infections and the stress response
 will be addressed. Working as and effective member of the health care team and beginning leadership skills will be
 presented.
 1695 LEC 8:00-11:30 M            RICE, J K                 AHS 335
 &    LEC 8:00-11:30 Th           MC DERMONTT, D A AHS 335
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       RICE, J K                   HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       CLIMACO, E B                HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       CHAI, J K                   HOSP
          (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 1697 LEC 8:00-11:30 M            RICE, J K                AHS 332A
 &    LEC 8:00-10:50 Th           MC DERMOTT, D A AHS 332A
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       RICE, J K                   HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       MC DERMOTT, D A             HOSP
          (8 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 107 -
MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING II - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Nursing Science 106, Nursing Science 109, and
 Nursing Science 110.
 This intermediate level medical/surgical nursing course will focus on nursing care of clients with high acuity endocrine,
 renal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and central nervous system, sleep and malignancies diseases/disorders. Related fluid
 and electrolytes, acid base balance problems will be addressed. Emphasis is placed on client advocacy, spiritual and cultural
 diversity, communication and collaboration with members of the health care team, intermediate level leadership of skills
 and prioritizing care for a group of clients in acute hospital and community settings.
 1478 LEC 12:30- 4:05 M           NUYDA, H C               AHS 332
 &    LEC 8:30-12:05 Th           DUFOUR, W G              EST 113
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       NUYDA, H C                 HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       DUFOUR, W G                HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       CASTILLO, M A              HOSP
          (9 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 1489 LEC 12:30- 3:40 M           NUYDA, H C               AHS 332
 &    LEC 8:30-11:40 Th           DUFOUR, W G              EST 113
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       DUFOUR, W G                HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       NUYDA, H C                 HOSP
          (9 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 108 -
MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING III - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Nursing Science 107, Nursing Science 111.
 This course focuses on the role of the nurse as a Provider of Care, Manager of Care, and Member of the Profession for
 medical-surgical clients within a variety of setting. Emphasis will be on the application of critical thinking and caring
 interventions in chronic, acute, critical care and community health care setting, for clients with multi- system organ
 dysfunction of the cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, gastrointestinal, neurological and the immune systems.
 1421 LEC 10:00-12:50 M           ROSS, J                          BSC 101
 &    LEC 10:00-12:50 Th          ROSS, J                          BSC 101
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       ROSS, J                            HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       RODNER, P J                        HOSP
          (5 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/11/2011)
 1426 LEC 10:00-12:50 M           ROSS, J                          BSC 101
 &    LEC 10:00-12:50 Th          ROSS, J                          BSC 101
 &    LAB16 hrs       TBA         ROSS, J                            HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       O’NEILL, V G                       HOSP
          (5 Week Class - starts 3/14/2011, ends 4/22/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 109 -
GERONTOLOGY & COMMUNITY BASED NURSING - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105 with a grade of C or better.
 This course focuses on nursing care of the older adult client with common health and wellness needs. Emphasis will be on
 application of critical thinking, and caring therapeutic nursing interventions in acute, chronic and community based settings.
 Concepts and issues examined include: legal, ethical, socio-cultural diversity issues, theories of aging, assessment of normal
 aging change/common chronic illnesses and risk factors affecting health and wellness and end-of life care/issues.
 1432 LEC 12:00- 2:05 T           MC DERMOTT, D A AHS 332A
 &    LAB6 hrs 30 mins TBA        MALTESE, A M            HOSP
 OR   LAB6 hrs 30 mins TBA        MC DERMOTT, D A         HOSP
          (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 Evening Classes
 3145   LEC 12:00- 2:20 T           MC DERMOTT, D A          AHS 332A
 &      LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA       MALTESE, A M                HOSP
 OR     LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA       MC DERMOTT, D A             HOSP
 OR     LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA       LO VERME, R M               HOSP
            (8 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/4/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 110 -
PSYCHIATRIC-MENTAL HEALTH NURSING - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105 with a grade of C or better.
 This course focuses on nursing care of clients with common psychiatric mental health needs/disorders across the lifespan.
 Application of critical thinking, therapeutic communication and caring nursing interventions in acute, chronic and
 community-based Mental Health settings will be emphasized. Basic mental health concepts and issues examined include:
 impact of cultural beliefs and ethnic diversity of the nurse/client, self-awareness, legal/ethical issues, and neuro-bio-
 psychosocial theories/therapies and common psychiatric disorders.
 1474 LEC 9:00-12:10 Th           MALTESE, A M             AHS 332A
 &    LAB10 hrs 05 mins TBA       MALTESE, A M                HOSP
 OR   LAB10 hrs 05 mins TBA       HUNT, J                     HOSP
          (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 1475 LEC 9:00-12:10 Th           MALTESE, A M              AHS 335
 &    LAB8 hrs 50 mins TBA        MALTESE, A M                HOSP
 OR   LAB8 hrs 50 mins TBA        HUNT, J                     HOSP
 OR   LAB10 hrs 05 mins TBA       LEE, J L                    HOSP
          (8 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/4/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 111 -
REPRODUCTIVE NURSING AND WOMEN'S HEALTH - 3.50 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Nursing Science 106, Nursing Science 109 and Nursing Science 110.
 This course focuses on the nurse as a provider of care, manager of care and a member of the profession in a variety of
 maternal child settings. Course content includes client needs during the antenatal, intrapartal, postpartal and neonatal period
 and reproductive health cycle. Building upon Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, course content in will be presented within the
 framework of the wellness/illness continuum of the client during the reproductive and post reproductive years.
 1480 LEC 8:30-12:45 Th           HOLLINGSHEAD, K E AHS 148
 &    LAB10 hrs 05 mins TBA       HOLLINGSHEAD, K E        HOSP
 OR   LAB10 hrs 05 mins TBA       OLMASSAKIAN, D A         HOSP
          (9 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/8/2011)
 1481 LEC 8:30-12:45 Th           HOLLINGSHEAD, K E AHS 148
 &    LAB8 hrs 50 mins TBA        HOLLINGSHEAD, K E        HOSP
 OR   LAB8 hrs 50 mins TBA        HOLLINGSHEAD, K E        HOSP
 OR   LAB8 hrs 50 mins TBA        OLMASSAKIAN, D A         HOSP
          (9 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 112 -
CARE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY - 3.50 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Nursing Science 107 and Nursing Science 111.
 This course focuses on the nurse as a provider of care, manager of Care and a member of the profession in a variety of
 settings involving children and their families. Course content includes physiological, developmental and socio-cultural
 needs of children and families. Building upon Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and the Nursing Process, course content in
 Pediatric Nursing will be presented within the framework of the wellness/illness continuum of the client and family from
 birth through adolescence.
 1427 LEC 9:00- 1:15 M            SNIDER, K E                      EST 109
 &    LEC 9:00-12:20 Th           SNIDER, K E                      EST 109
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       SNIDER, K E                        HOSP
 OR   LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J                  HOSP
          (6 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/11/2011)
 1428 LEC 9:00-12:20 M            SNIDER, K E                      EST 109
 &    LEC 9:00-12:20 Th           SNIDER, K E                      EST 109
 &    LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA       SNIDER, K E                        HOSP
 OR     LAB13 hrs 15 mins TBA      PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J                   HOSP
           (7 Week Class - starts 3/17/2011, ends 4/28/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 114 -
NURSING LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: Nursing Science 108 and Nursing Science 112.
 This course focuses on the transitioning role of the graduating Associate Degree nurse as a provider of care, manager of care
 and member of the profession. Emphasis is placed on classroom and clinical application of critical thinking and caring
 therapeutic nursing interventions. Concepts and issues to be examined include effective leadership styles, advanced
 therapeutic communication, delegation, conflict resolution, time management, nursing ethics and professional issues.
 1429   LEC 10:00-11:30 M           ROSS, J                         BSC 101
 &      LAB22 hrs 15 mins TBA       ROSS, J                           HOSP
 OR     LAB22 hrs 15 mins TBA       O’NEILL, V G                      HOSP
 OR     LAB22 hrs 15 mins TBA       SNIDER, K E                       HOSP
 OR     LAB22 hrs 15 mins TBA       ORTEGA, L M                       HOSP
            (6 Week Class - starts 4/29/2011, ends 6/6/2011)


NURSING SCIENCE 115 -
BASIC SKILLS ENHANCEMENT LAB (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisites: None. Corequisite: Nursing Science 101, Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 103, and Nursing Science
 104.
 This course is designed to allow students to learn, practice and/or remediate in basic, intermediate and advanced nursing
 skills, necessary to deliver safe and competent care to the chronically and acutely ill client, in a structured setting. The class
 will be individual to meet students' needs. It may be repeated every semester.
 1063   LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           MALTESE, A M       AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           CLIMACO, E B              AHS 334 (ADD)
 1688   LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           KANG, Y M          AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           RICE, J K          AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           CASTILLO, M        AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF              AHS 334 CANCELLED)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF              AHS 334 (CANCELLED)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF             AHS 334 (CANCELLED
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF             AHS 334 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF             HOSP (CANCELLED)
 1694   LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           HOLLINGSHEAD, K E AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           NUYDA, H C         AHS 334
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           DUFOUR, W G       AHS 334 (ADD)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF            AHS 334 (CANCELLED
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF            AHS 334 (CANCELLED)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 50 mins TBA           STAFF            AHS 334 (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           STAFF            AHS 334 (CANCELLED)
 1696   LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           SNIDER, K E             AHS 334 (ADD)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           LEE, S             AHS 334 (ADD)
 OR     LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           ABUSWAY R A                AHS 334 (ADD)


NURSING SCIENCE 200 -
HEALTH SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER AND SKILLS LAB - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course allows students to practice simulated nursing care and/or health-client care with special predesignated
 equipment. This course consists of a variety of computer and/or video programs to assist the different type of learners
 designed for improving comprehensive synthesis and/or critical thinking skills necessary for the improvement and/or
 practice of safe, quality client care. Students enrolled will be able to practice at their own pace.
 1040 LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA             COX, M A            AHS 335 (ADD)

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                  Oceanography
OCEANOGRAPHY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 An introduction to the science of oceanography covering the major physical, chemical, and geological features of the
 oceans, and the oceans role in climate variability, earth history, and environmental issues. A field trip is offered for this
 course.
 7012         Online                  OKBAMICHAEL, M INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1602         9:40-11:05 T Th         HAMS, J E                  AHS 236

 Oceanography 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


OCEANOGRAPHY 010 -
PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Oceanography 1 or concurrent enrollment, or equivalent skill level.
 This is the laboratory course that accompanies the Oceanography 1 lecture course. This course employs a hands-on
 approach to familiarize students with the acquisition, processing, visualization and interpretation of different types of
 oceanographic data. A field trip is offered for this course.
 1606         11:20-12:25 Th           HAMS, J E                    AHS 143
 &            12:25- 2:30 Th           HAMS, J E                    AHS 143
 Evening Classes
 3301 LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          OKBAMICHAEL, M                 AHS 156 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 7:50- 9:55        T          OKBAMICHAEL, M                AHS 156 (CANCELLED)

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                         Personal Development

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
 Provides students with important information about the college, its services and programs, an overview of student success
 skills, and assistance in educational and career planning.
 1511     10:00-12:20 M            GOLD, M C                  FL 115
           (7 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/28/2011)
 1304 10:00-11:50      W           TEJEDA-MAY, K M           EST 109 (CANELLED)
           (9 Week Class - starts 2/11/2011, ends 4/15/2011)
           **Designed for SSD (formerly DSPS) students


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020 -
POST SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course gives students an overview of higher education in California and their role as students.Topics discussed are:
 personal attributes needed for success, transfer and educational planning, the career planning and decision making
 process,effective study strategies, and campus resources and policies.
 1516         11:20-12:45 T Th         SALTOUN, S R                  CC 201
 1542          1:00- 2:25 T Th         TEJEDA MAY, K M               CC 200
 *Designed for SSD (formerly DSPS students) (OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS)
 Evening Classes
 6919         3:30- 5:05 T Th         ROSILLO, R S              CC 201
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Van Nuys High School located at 6535 Cedros Avenue, Van Nuys, CA
              91401.
               This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 030 -
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt
2
  Prerequisite: None.
  Group study of selected disability-related topics with a focus on the development of self-advocacy skills for students with
  disabilities; provides an opportunity to explore a wide variety of accessibility issues as they relate to educational and career
  goals.
  *1543         11:00-12:50 F            STAFF               CC 201 (CANCELLED)
                 (9 Week Class - starts 2/11/2011, ends 4/15/2011)
                 *Designed for SSD (formerly DSPS) students

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.




                                                      Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  A sample of the fundamentals of philosophy, with selected philosophers or topics in theory of knowledge, metaphysics,
  ethics, philosophy of science, etc., Western or Eastern.
  7020          Online                  SEDGWICK, E A             INTERNET(CANCELLED)
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
                website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

                                                      WEEKEND COLLEGE
  6612         8:00- 4:50 Sat          PLACENCIA, N R            CC 210
              (6 Week Class - starts 4/29/2011, ends 6/5/2011)
  8174         8:00- 9:25 M W          KNORR, Z D                CC 205
  8192         8:00- 9:25 T Th         KNORR, Z D                CC 205
  8168         9:00-12:10 F            PALLOTTI, C A             CC 207
  8148         9:40-11:05 M W          PLACENCIA, N R            CC 207
  8158         9:40-11:05 T Th         KNORR, Z D                CC 205
  8180        11:20-12:45 M W          PLACENCIA, N R            CC 207
  6931         3:00- 6:20 W            DIEVENDORF, J O SNFR HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
              Fernando, CA 91340.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.

Evening Classes
  3317            6:45- 9:55   M        SMITH, D G                    CC 203

  Philosophy 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


PHILOSOPHY 001 -
HONORS SECTION - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
  121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
  begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  Study of the nature of man, the ways of knowing, theories of reality and of the universe.
  8175         8:00- 9:25      MW       KNORR, Z D                    CC 205
  8193         8:00- 9:25      T Th     KNORR, Z D                    CC 205
  8169         9:00-12:10      F        PALLOTTI, C A                 CC 207
  8149         9:40-11:05      MW       PLACENCIA, N R                CC 207
  8159         9:40-11:05      T Th     KNORR, Z D                    CC 205
  8181        11:20-12:45      MW       PLACENCIA, N R                CC 207
PHILOSOPHY 006 -
LOGIC IN PRACTICE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Critical Thinking, introduces and applies the principles of logic and theory of knowledge to practical problems and current
  issues.
  1524         9:40-11:05 T Th         PLACENCIA, N R                CC 207
  Evening Classes
  3320         6:45- 9:55    W         EGBERT, G R                   CC 207


PHILOSOPHY 009 -
SYMBOLIC LOGIC I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Introduction to Symbolic Logic, Truth Functional Validity, Formal Deduction, and Quantification.
  1525        11:20-12:45 M W          PALLOTTI, C A                 CC 205
  Evening Classes
  3322         6:45- 9:55    M         PALLOTTI, C A                 CC 205


PHILOSOPHY 012 -
HISTORY OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Greek philosophy, the Pre Socratics, Sophists, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, with some Hellenistic Philosophy.
  1526         1:00- 2:25    MW        PALLOTTI, C A                 CC 205


PHILOSOPHY 014 -
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Modern Philosophy from Descartes to the present, Rationalism, Empiricism, Marxism, Existentialism, etc.
  Evening Classes
  3316         6:45- 9:55    W         KNORR, Z D                    CC 205


PHILOSOPHY 020 -
ETHICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Survey of ethics, covering moral dilemmas, ethical schools, moral philosophers, the good life, and contemporary moral
  issues.
  1527        11:20-12:45 T Th         PLACENCIA, N R                CC 207
  Evening Classes
  3323         6:45- 9:55    Th        PALLOTTI, CA                  CC 205


PHILOSOPHY 030 -
ASIAN PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  An introduction to philosophy emphasizing Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism.
  1529         9:40-11:05 M W          KNORR, Z D                    CC 205


PHILOSOPHY 035 -
JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Religious belief, the existence of God, free will, evil, disembodied existence.
  Evening Classes
  5132         6:45- 9:55    W         PLACENCIA, N R                 FL 113 (CANCELLED)

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
  EDUCATION.
                                                 Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY 009 -
INTRODUCTION TO CAMERAS AND COMPOSITION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended for communication students interested in camera techniques and plate composition. A 35mm camera's
 required.
 Basic information in use of cameras, lenses, exposures and film. Emphasis is on how to take expressive photographs using a
 manual 35mm camera.
 Evening Classes
 3327         6:45- 9:55   T          REINGEWIRTZ, S                  B 25


PHOTOGRAPHY 010 -
BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic information in use of cameras, lenses, exposures and film. Emphasis is on how to take expressive photographs using a
 manual 35mm camera and how to process black and white film and make black and white prints. Note: Student may be
 required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 1530 LEC 1:00- 3:05       T          LYONS, R J                      B 25
 &    LAB 3:15- 6:25       T          LYONS, R J                    BJ 114
 Evening Classes
 3366   LEC 8:40-10:45     M          KING, S J                       B 25
 &      LAB 5:30- 8:40     M          KING, S J                       B 25
 3326   LEC 8:40-10:45     Th         BROWN, G R                      B 25
 &      LAB 5:30- 8:40     Th         BROWN, G R                    BJ 114


PHOTOGRAPHY 020 -
BEGINNING PHOTOJOURNALISM (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Photography 10 with a grade of C or better
 A course for aspiring photojournalist, freelance article writers and anyone who is interested in making photographs for
 publication. Digital image scanning and processing is emphasized.
 8261 LEC 9:40-10:45 T Th             LYONS, R J                      B 25
 &    LAB6 hrs 30 mins TBA            LYONS, R J                      B 25


PHOTOGRAPHY 021 -
NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: Photography 20 with a grade of C or better.
 A course for the advanced photographer who may be considering a career path as a photojournalist or freelance
 photographer. Portfolio development and the use of digital imagery are emphasized. Note: Student may be required to
 provide instructional materials to complete class assignments
 8262 LEC 9:40-10:45 T Th             LYONS, R J                      B 25
 &    LAB6 hrs 30 mins TBA            LYONS, R J                      B 25

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.

WELCOME TO THE L A VALLEY COLLEGE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 The faculty and staff of our department invite you to explore the various opportunities that the Physical Education
 Department has to offer. We look forward to helping you start a wellness centered lifestyle.
 Did you know that Los Angeles Valley College has just completed a renovation of their Physical Education Facilities? We
 have a brand new Aquatics Complex with a 50 meter x 25 yard pool, a 15 meter x 25 yard warm water teaching/exercise
 pool and a warm up therapy pool. New and renovated facilities include a 5,000 square foot Disabled Students Weight
 Training Facility, Fitness Center, “Sprinturf” Football/Soccer Field, a ten lane 400 meter “Mondo” Track, Practice Fields,
 lighted tennis courts, Men’s and Women’s Locker Rooms, a Fitness Activity Room, Conference Rooms, Athletic Team
 Rooms Training Rooms, Faculty Offices and Concession Stands. In the near future construction will begin on a new
 Athletic Field House. Refer to this current schedule of classes for a listing of all our exciting activity courses utilizing our
 new and renovated facilities.
 The LA Valley College Fitness Center is equipped with enough equipment and space to handle the workout needs of more
 than 100 students at a time. Interested?
 The objective of our department’s program is to promote “a sound mind in a sound body”, through the five Health-Related
 Components of Physical Fitness:
 Cardiovascular Endurance – The ability to take in, deliver and extract oxygen for physical work.
 Muscular Endurance – The ability of a muscle to sustain repeated contractions.
 Muscular Strength – The maximum amount of force that a muscle can exert in a single contraction.
 Flexibility – The range of motion about a joint or series of joints.
 Body Composition – The amount of fat and lean body mass in the body.
 Again, we welcome you to the Physical Education Department and invite you to explore the many




                    Physical Education opportunities that our department has to offer.
  (See DANCE SPECIALTIES, DANCE STUDIES & DANCE TECHNIQUES)
 All Physical Education classes meet in NORTH GYM or SOUTH GYM the first meeting of the semester. There are no
 prerequisites for any P.E. class. Students may take more than one Physical Education class. Only the following classes may
 be taken twice in the same semester: PE: 102, 131, 212, 222, 228, 229, 230, 247, 301, 304, 431, 434, 437, 665, 666, 682,
 690.


ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 Adapted Physical Education is designed for students with disabilities. For disability information contact the Services for
 Students with Disabilities Office (formerly DSP&S), Students Services Annex Building Room 175. All Adapted Physical
 Education classes meet in the Adapted Physical Education Center (APEC), located on the west side of the North Gym.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 640 -
BEGINNING LIFELONG FITNESS LABORATORY
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Add cards and additional information regarding class
 must be obtained from instructor during FIRST week of the semester.
 Evening Classes
 2931 LEC 5:30-5:45         MW         JONES, L H             APEC (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB5:45-6:55          MW         JONES, L H             APEC (CANCELLED)


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 648 -
ADAPTED EXERCISE FOR BACK DISORDERS
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Offered on a Pass/No Pass only.
 Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities with back and/or neck problems who can benefit from an
 individualized exercise program. Instruction and practice will be given in individualized exercise, including stretching,
 resistive exercise, and cardiovascular fitness. Students with disabilities need a medical prescription for exercises from
 physician.
 2131         11:20-12:45 M W          MALLAS, D C                      A PEC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 655 -
CROSS TRAINING LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
 2126 LEC 30 mins           TBA        MALLAS, D C                      APEC
  &      LAB2 hrs 30 mins TBA          MALLAS, D C                      APEC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 666 -
BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
  2164 LEC 30 mins      TBA            MALLAS, D C                      APEC
  &    LAB2 hrs 30 mins TBA            MALLAS, D C                      APEC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 690 -
WEIGHT TRAINING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
  2169        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        MALLAS, D C                      APEC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 695 -
SWIMMING SKILLS ACTIVITY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
  2175 LEC 8:30- 9:00 F                MALLAS, D C                      POOL
  &    LAB 9:00-11:30 F                MALLAS, D C                      POOL


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 096 -
PHYSICAL EDUCATION - COMBINED ACTIVITIES
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  A directed study course on a contract basis in physical education at times flexible to the student.
  *2100 LEC 45 mins      TBA        FENWICK, J L          SOUTH GYM
  &     LAB2 hrs 30 mins TBA        FENWICK, J L          SOUTH GYM
            (10 Week Class - starts 3/29/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
            *Football Team - This class is designed for prospective intercollegiate athletes.
  Evening Classes
  2901   LEC 30 mins         TBA       MELODY, P E             NORTH GYM
  &      LAB 1 hr 25 mins    TBA       MELODY, P E             NORTH GYM
  2917   LEC 30 mins         TBA       BRECKELL, J W           SOUTH GYM
  &      LAB 1 hr 25 mins    TBA       BRECKELL, J W           SOUTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 121 -
WATER ACTIVITIES - WATER POLO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels accepted. Instruction covers all aspects of the sport of water polo. Note:
  Designed for intercollegiate water polo players.
  2148        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        MCMILLAN, J M                    POOL


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 131 -
AQUA AEROBICS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  A water aerobic exercise and conditioning class that promotes fitness using water resistance. Student need not be a swimmer
  to participate in this class.
  2139 LEC 9:40- 9:55 T Th             JOHNSON, C P                     POOL
  &    LAB 9:55-11:05 T Th             JOHNSON, C P                     POOL


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225 -
YOGA SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  (See Yoga skills under Dance)
  This course is designed to improve overall fitness with an emphasis on stress management and yoga.
  Evening Classes
  2919 LEC 4:00- 4:30        M         FOLLOSCO, R C               NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 4:30- 5:55        M         FOLLOSCO, R C               NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 228 -
INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL ACTIVITIES - BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  *2104 LEC 30 mins          TBA       FENWICK, J L           SOUTH GYM
  &    LAB1 hr 25 mins TBA        FENWICK, J L           SOUTH GYM
           *Football Team - This class is designed for prospective intercollegiate athletes.
  2106 LEC 30 mins      TBA       O CONNELL, M H                     FC
  &    LAB1 hr 25 mins TBA        O CONNELL, M H                     FC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 238 -
SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Self Defense skills for women against rape and other physical attacks. Note: Not a martial arts class.
  women
  2107        11:20-12:25pm T Th       CHRISTIAN, B H          FLD HOUSE
  Evening Classes
  men
  2902       4:30- 6:40      M         CHRISTIAN, B H             FLD HOUSE (CANCELLED)


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 247 -
GYMNASTICS SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Course covers performance of basic gymnastics skills on all Olympic events. Open to all ability levels. Note: Tumbling and
  apparatus.
  Evening Classes
  5181         6:45- 8:50 W            HONJIO, G K               GYM CTR

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 250 -
TUMBLING SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Course covers performance of basic tumbling skills. Open to all ability levels.
  Evening Classes
  5183         6:45- 8:50    W         HONJIO, G K                GYM CTR


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 259 -
GOLF SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Basic golf skills of grip, stance, swing, putting, chipping and course etiquette. Note: The following class will be held on and
  off campus. Open to all ability levels. Students may be required to pay a fee at the driving range.
  Evening Classes
  2920         4:15- 6:20    T         MCMILLAN, J M           SOUTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 304 -
BASKETBALL SKILLS MEN (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  This course teaches basic skills, strategy and team work.
  Evening Classes
  *2929       3 hrs 50 mins TBA       WATSON, V             SOUTH GYM
              (9 Week Class - starts 4/5/2011, ends 6/3/2011)
              *Designed for men’s basketball team. Enrollment be add card during first week of semester.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 304 -
BASKETBALL SKILLS WOMEN (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  This course teaches basic skills, strategy and team work.
  Evening Classes
  *2930       3 hrs 50 mins TBA       HANG, M               SOUTH GYM
              (9 Week Class - starts 4/5/2011, ends 6/3/2011)
              *Designed for women’s basketball team. Enrollment be add card during first week of semester.


INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 503 -
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - BASEBALL (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  men
  2109        11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                     MALLAS, D C SOUTH GYM
  &           11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                    JOHNSON, C P SOUTH GYM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 512 -
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - SOFTBALL (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 women
 2155         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                    GARCIA, F R NORTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 513 -
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - SWIMMING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 women
 2111         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                       SANTO, M SOUTH GYM
 men
 2173         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                MCMILLAN, J M SOUTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 515 -
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - TRACK AND FIELD
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 men
 2112         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                     WOLMAN, F SOUTH GYM
 women
 2156         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                       ALLAIN, Y SOUTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 549 -
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORT-CHEER/YELL LEADERS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 This course presents techniques and practice in drill patterns, marching, yell, and cheerleading routines. Students are
 required to perform at athletic events as part of the course. For additional information, contact Ms. Lou Grella (Athletic
 Program Secretary) at (818) 947-2894 (Mon.-Fri. 8 -4 pm). Please leave your name and a phone number where you can be
 reached.
 co-ed
 2113         11 hrs 05 mins           TBA                       PAUL, R A NORTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 552 -
ATHLETICS PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 This course if designed for the student athlete. This course prepares the participant for the physical skills, training and
 conditioning of the sport.
 women
 2115         3 hrs 10 mins TBA    WATKINS, S T           NORTH GYM
              *Designed for women’s intercollegiate soccer team members.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 628 -
SWIM AND RUN FITNESS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Designed to develop and improve both cardiovascular endurance and running/swimming techniques. Intensity of workouts
 will vary and heart monitoring will be used during class.
 Evening Classes
 2906 LEC 5:00- 5:15        MW         MELODY, P E             NORTH GYM
 &    LAB 5:15- 6:25        MW         MELODY, P E             NORTH GYM


FITNESS CENTER
 Students must enroll in and attend the first 6 hours (two weeks) of one of the orientation/assessment sections listed below. If
 you miss your scheduled orientation/assessment appointments during the first two weeks of the class, you will be dropped
 from the course. Following the two week orientation/assessment sessions, students may use the Fitness Center during any
 scheduled time it is open. The Fitness Center is open (after the two week orientation period) on:
 DAY HOURS:
             M-Th: 6:30 am to 12:30 pm
             Fri: 6:30 am to 12:30 pm
             Sat :8:00 am to 11:00 am
 EVENING HOURS:
             M-Th: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
             Fri: 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
 Late enrollees may join the Fitness Center during the third week of the
 Spring 2011 semester. Enroll by obtaining add cards from instructor in the Fitness Center
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 630 -
AEROBIC SUPER CIRCUIT LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Designed for the individual interested in beginning a personal fitness program to be performed on the aerobic super circuits.
 Orientation and Assessment sessions for first two weeks of semester are the following.
 2116 LEC 6:30- 6:45 M W          CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 6:45- 7:55 M W          CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 2158 LEC 6:30- 6:45 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 6:45- 7:55 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 2117 LEC 6:30- 7:00 F            CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 7:00- 9:30 F            CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 2118 LEC 8:00- 8:15 M W          CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 8:15- 9:25 M W          CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 2120 LEC 8:00- 8:30 Sat          MAHONEY, K G                             FC
 &    LAB 8:30-11:00 Sat          MAHONEY, K G                             FC
 2159 LEC 8:00- 8:15 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 8:15- 9:25 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 2121 LEC 9:40- 9:55 M W          SIMS, J A                                FC
 &    LAB 9:55-11:05 M W          SIMS, J A                                FC
 2108 LEC 9:40- 9:55 T Th         HANG, M                                  FC
 &    LAB 9:55-11:05 T Th         HANG, M                                  FC
 2122 LEC 9:40-10:10 F            JOHNSON, C P                             FC
 &    LAB10:10-12:40 F            JOHNSON, C P                             FC
 2123 LEC 11:20-11:35 M W         GARCIA, F R                              FC
 &    LAB11:35-12:45 M W          GARCIA, F R                              FC
 2124 LEC 11:20-11:35 T Th        O CONNELL, M H                           FC
 &    LAB11:35-12:45 T Th         O CONNELL, M H                           FC
 2160 LEC 1:00- 1:20 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
 &    LAB 1:20- 2:40 T Th         CHRISTIAN, B H                           FC
          (15 Week Class - starts 2/22/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
 2157 LEC 1:00- 1:20 W F          O CONNELL, M H                           FC
 &    LAB 1:20- 2:40 W F          O CONNELL, M H                           FC
          (15 Week Class - starts 2/23/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
 Evening Classes
 2910   LEC   4:30- 5:00    F          MAHONEY, K G                 FC (CANCELLED)
 &      LAB   5:00- 7:30    F          MAHONEY, K G                 FC (CANCELLED)
 2911   LEC   6:45- 7:15    M          JONES, L H                        FC
 &      LAB   7:15- 9:45    M          JONES, L H                        FC
 2907   LEC   6:45- 7:15    T          SIMS, J A                         FC
 &      LAB   7:15- 9:45    T          SIMS, J A                         FC
 2909   LEC   6:45- 7:15    W          HANG, M                           FC
 &      LAB   7:15- 9:45    W          HANG, M                           FC
 2908   LEC   6:45- 7:15    Th         WADDELL, J S                      FC
 &      LAB   7:15- 9:45    Th         WADDELL, J S                      FC


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 640 -
BEGINNING LIFELONG FITNESS LABORATORY
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Designed for the individual interested in beginning a lifelong fitness program. Add cards and additional information
 regarding class must be obtained from instructor during FIRST week of the semester.
 2161 LEC 30 mins      TBA             CHRISTIAN, B H                      FC
 &    LAB2 hrs 30 mins TBA             CHRISTIAN, B H                      FC

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 655 -
CROSS TRAINING LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Designed for the individual interested in using a variety of fitness cross training activities to achieve their personal fitness
 goals.
 Note: A combination of scheduled activities.
 2162 LEC              30 mins TBA               O CONNELL, M H FC
 &    LAB2 hrs 25 mins TBA      O CONNELL, M H                  FC
          **Enrollment by add card only. Information: 818-974-2904
 2166 LEC 30 mins      TBA      FENWICK, J L          SOUTH GYM
 &    LAB2 hrs 30 mins          TBA                  FENWICK, J L SOUTH GYM
               *Designed for football team members.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 661 -
ARCHERY SKILLS ACTIVITY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. A course in the fundamental skills of target archery. Emphasizes on safety procedures and injury
  prevention.
  2127 LEC 11:20-11:35 M W               TAN, K                 NORTH GYM
  &    LAB11:35-12:45 M W                TAN, K                 NORTH GYM

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 665 -
BASKETBALL (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. Designed for the individual interested in using a variety of fitness cross training activities to
  achieve their personal fitness goals.
  2128 LEC 8:00- 8:15         T Th       HANG, M                NORTH GYM
  &    LAB 8:15- 9:25         T Th       HANG, M                NORTH GYM
  Evening Classes
  2922 LEC 7:30- 8:00 W                  BRECKELL, J W           SOUTH GYM
  &    LAB 8:00-10:35 W                  BRECKELL, J W           SOUTH GYM

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 665 -
BASKETBALL TEAMS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  This course teaches basic skills, strategy and team work.
  men
  *2129 LEC 1 hr 05 mins TBA        WATSON, V            SOUTH GYM
  &     LAB6 hrs 30 mins TBA        WATSON, V            SOUTH GYM
            (7 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
            *Designed for men’s basketball team members.
  women
  *2135 LEC              1 hr 05 mins                          TBA HANG, M SOUTH GYM
  &     LAB5 hrs 20 mins TBA        HANG, M              SOUTH GYM
            (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
            *Designed for women’s basketball team members.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 666 -
BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. This course will familiarize the student with procedures for evaluating fitness levels and will
  allow the student to experience the cognitive, affective and psycho motor levels of learning a variety of exercise programs
  and techniques which will improve the students' level of physical fitness.
  *2114 LEC 9:40- 9:55 T Th         MELODY, P E          NORTH GYM
  &     LAB 9:55-11:05 T Th         MELODY, P E          NORTH GYM
            *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.
  *2125 LEC 11:20-11:35 T Th        MELODY, P E          NORTH GYM
  &     LAB11:35-12:45 T Th         MELODY, P E          NORTH GYM
            *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.
  Evening Classes
  2923  LEC 30 mins       TBA       BRECKELL, J W         SOUTH GYM
  &     LAB 2 hrs 30 mins TBA       BRECKELL, J W         SOUTH GYM
  *2912 LEC 5:15- 5:30 T Th         MORENTE, A V          NORTH GYM
  &     LAB 5:30- 6:40 T Th         MORENTE, A V          NORTH GYM
            *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.
  *2926 LEC 6:45- 7:00 M W          MELODY, P E           NORTH GYM
  &     LAB 7:00- 8:10 M W          MELODY, P E           NORTH GYM
            *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 670 -
JUDO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. Covers basic judo throws, pins, strangles, falls, submission holds, escapes and counter attacks.
  2132         9:40-11:05 M W            HONJIO, G K               GYM CTR
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 677 -
SOCCER (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. This class emphasizes fundamental soccer skills, as well as the selection and care of equipment,
  rules, proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of the game.
  2133 LEC 11:20-11:35 T Th             JONES. L H             NORTH GYM
  &    LAB11:35-12:45 T Th              JONES, L H             NORTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 681 -
TABLE TENNIS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. This class develops physical fitness through table tennis and includes the selection and care of
  equipment, rules, proper etiquette, terminology, skills development, tournament play, and strategies.
  2134 LEC 9:40- 9:55 M W               TAN, K                NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
  &    LAB 9:55-11:05 M W               TAN, K                NORTH GYM (CANCELLED)
  Evening Classes
  2933 LEC 6:45- 7:15         M         FOLLOSCO, R C           NORTH GYM
  &    LAB 7:15- 9:45         M         FOLLOSCO, R C           NORTH GYM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 682 -
TENNIS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. This class emphasizes fundamental tennis skills, as well as the selection and care of equipment,
  rules proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of the game. Note: Students must provide own tennis racquet's and two
  unopened cans of tennis balls.
  2136   LEC 1:00- 1:15       T Th      REED, B E                  EAST CTS
  &      LAB 1:15- 2:25       T Th      REED, B E                  EAST CTS
  2150   LEC 9:40- 9:55       MW        HANG, M                    EAST CTS
  &      LAB 9:55-11:05       MW        HANG, M                    EAST CTS


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 684 -
VOLLEYBALL (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. This course is designed to teach the basic volleyball skills and strategies.
  Evening Classes
  2928 LEC 6:45- 7:15         T         SMITH, M J              NORTH GYM
  &    LAB 7:15- 9:45         T         SMITH, M J              NORTH GYM


WEIGHT ROOM

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 690 -
WEIGHT TRAINING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Open to all ability levels. Designed for students interested in the knowledge, understanding and values of weight training
  and conditioning and it's relationship to personal fitness.
  2137   LAB 8:00- 9:25       MW        SIMS, J A                  WT ROOM
  2138   LAB 8:00- 9:25       T Th      CRINER, L D                WT ROOM
  2167   LAB 8:00-11:10       F         SIMS, J A                  WT ROOM (CANCELLED)
  2140   LAB 9:40-11:05       MW        BUCHANAN, D                WT ROOM
  2165   LAB 9:40-11:05       T Th      SIMS, J A                  WT ROOM
  2141   LAB11:20-12:45       MW        BUCHANAN, D                WT ROOM
  2142   LAB11:20-12:45       T Th      BUCHANAN, D                WT ROOM
  Evening Classes
  2916 LAB 5:00- 6:25         MW        SIMS, J A                  WT ROOM
  2915 LAB 5:00- 6:25         T Th      BUCHANAN, D                WT ROOM


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 695 -
SWIMMING SKILLS ACTIVITY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  This course is to teach the skills of swimming: Freestyle, back stroke, breaststroke, butterfly, turns and starts. Principles and
  strategies of endurance and interval training.
  2168   LEC 9:40- 9:55       T Th      O CONNELL, M H                  POOL
  &      LAB 9:55-11:05       T Th      O CONNELL, M H                  POOL
  2170   LEC 11:20-11:35      MW        MCMILLAN, J M                   POOL
  &      LAB11:35-12:45       MW        MCMILLAN, J M                   POOL
 Evening Classes
 2927 LEC 5:00- 5:15        MW         SANTO, M                       POOL
 &    LAB 5:15- 6:25        MW         SANTO, M                       POOL




                                            Physical Education
 (NON-ACTIVITY)


PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 712 -
PHYS ED MAJOR'S CLASSES - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 An introductory course designed to give information about careers in Physical Education, Health and Sport.
 2146         9:40-11:05 T Th          JONES, L H                EST 105 (CANCELLED)


PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 713 -
PHYS ED MAJOR'S CLASSES – INTRODUCTION TO COACHING ATHLETICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Covers problems in coaching athletics, facilities, budgets, coaching techniques, philosophies and administration problems.
 2145         8:00- 9:25    MW         WATSON, V                    EST 108

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                              Physical Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 001 -
PHYSICAL SCIENCE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Laws governing our physical universe; how they help us understand our physical environment and modern technology.
 1533         9:00-12:10 Sat           FIELDING, R A                EST 113


PHYSICAL SCIENCE 014 -
PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite or Corequisite: Physical Science 1, with a C or better or concurrent enrollment in Physical Science.
 Designed for the non-science major, this course will provide an introduction to the laboratory methods and skills used in
 physical science.
 1531         9:40-11:45 Th            HALEY, L L                  AHS 149
 1534         1:00- 3:05 Sat           FIELDING, R A               AHS 149
 Evening Classes
 3430         5:00- 7:05    M          HALEY, L L                  AHS 149




                                                        Physics

PHYSICS 005 -
ALLIED HEALTH PHYSICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A specialized course relating motion, force, pressure, heat, light, and sound to health care.
 1667         9:40-12:50 W            ASHEROFF, M                  BSC 101


PHYSICS 007 -
GENERAL PHYSICS II (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Physics 6 with a grade of C or better. Offered in Spring semester only
 Electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of matter, atomic and nuclear structure.
 1535 LEC 1:00- 4:10        T         HALEY, L L                   AHS 149
 &    LAB 1:00- 4:10        Th        HALEY, L L                   AHS 149


PHYSICS 037 -
PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 265 with a grade of C or better.
 Kinematics, dynamics, laws of motion, and conservation laws for particles and systems of particles in both translation and
 rotation. This course is designed for Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Engineering & Mathematics majors.
 1539 LEC 1:00- 3:05        M         ASHEROFF, M               EST 103 (CANCELLED
 &    LAB 1:00- 4:10        W         ASHEROFF, M               AHS 149 (CANCELLED)
 &    LEC 1:00- 3:05        F         ASHEROFF, M               EST 103 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 7411 LEC 4 hrs 15 mins TBA       HALEY, L L               INTERNET
 &    LAB 4:30- 5:55 T Th         HALEY, L L                 AHS 149
          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
          website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


PHYSICS 038 -
PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Physics 37 and Mathematics 267 with grades of C or better. Static and dynamic electric and magnetic field
 theory.
 Applications of charge and energy conservation. Maxwell's Equations and electric waves.
 1537 LEC 1:00- 3:05        WF        HALEY, L L                     E 113
 &    LAB 1:00- 4:10        M         HALEY, L L                   AHS 149


PHYSICS 039 -
PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS III (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Physics 37 and Mathematics 266 with grades of C or better.
 Oscillations, wave motion, sound & light waves, kinetic theory & thermodynamics, physical & quantum optics and atomic
 & nuclear structure.
 Evening Classes
 3394   LEC 6:45- 8:50      MW        FIELDING, R A                EST 104
 &      LAB 1:00- 4:10      F         FIELDING, R A                AHS 149
 3395   LEC 6:45- 8:50      MW        FIELDING, R A                EST 104
 &      LAB 6:45- 9:55      F         FIELDING, R A                AHS 149

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                    Physiology
 NOTE For Introduction to Human Anatomy (Anatomy 1) see listing under Anatomy.


PHYSIOLOGY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
 NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9 Prerequisite: Anatomy 1, Biology 3, and
 Chemistry 51.
 Illustrated lectures with demonstrations covering functions of major human organ systems. Laboratory experiments and
 demonstrations.
 1492   LEC 8:00- 9:25      MW        HUANG, S S                 AHS 243
 &      LAB 9:35-11:00      MW        HUANG, S S                 AHS 243
 1538   LEC 1:00- 2:25      MW        HUANG, S S                 AHS 243
 &      LAB 2:35- 4:00      MW        HUANG, S S                 AHS 243
 Evening Classes
 3332   LEC   5:00- 6:25    MW        KOVNAT, G D                 AHS 243
 &      LAB   6:40- 8:05    MW        KOVNAT, G D                 AHS 243
 3331   LEC   5:30- 6:55    T Th      FRANTZ, J C                 AHS 239
 &      LAB   7:10- 8:35    T Th      FRANTZ, J C                 AHS 239

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                Police Science
 (See Administration of Justice)




                                               Political Science
 There are no prerequisites for any Political Science classes.
 NOTE: State law imposes on all California State Universities certain graduation requirements in the areas of U.S. History,
 U.S. Constitution and state and local government. Courses meeting These requirements for the state universities are
 indicated in the TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS section of the College Catalog.


POLITICAL SCIENCE 001 -
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Strongly recommended: Any one course from History 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20, 32, 52; Economics 10, 12; Law
 3; Jewish Studies 1; Chicano Studies 7, 8; African-American Studies 4, 5.
 A focus on the political system, process and structure of the 3 major levels of government within the United States of
 America.
 7074          Online                  O'REGAN, A             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1347          8:00- 9:25 T Th         SHOCKLEY, H A               BSC 101 (CANCELLED)
 1348          8:00- 9:25 M W          PRITCHARD, R L             CC 206
 6930          8:05- 9:20 MTWThF                              LEHAVI, R POLY HIGH
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
              CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 1358          9:40-11:05 M W          PRITCHARD, R L             CC 206
 1545          9:40-11:05 T Th         O'REGAN, A                 CC 206
 1546         11:20-12:45 M W          O'REGAN, A                 CC 203
 1547         11:20-12:45 T Th         O'REGAN, A                 CC 206
 1549          1:00- 4:10 T            SHOCKLEY, H A             BSC 101
 Evening Classes
 3334         6:45- 9:55    M         CHANEY, V                    CC 210
 3335         6:45- 9:55    T         LINGROSSO, S J               CC 210 (CANCELLED)
 3336         6:45- 9:55    W         WANG, P Y                    CC 206
 3218         6:45- 9:55    Th        LINGROSSO, S J               CC 210

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6554         5:55- 8:05 Th           O'REGAN, A                   CC 200
 &            1:00- 5:30 Sat          O'REGAN, A                   CC 201
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)
 Political Science 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


POLITICAL SCIENCE 001 -
HONORS SECTION - THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Strongly recommended: Any one course from History 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 20, Economics 10, Law 3; Jewish Studies 1;
 Chicano Studies 7, 8; African-American Studies 4, 5. U.S. political system, theory, structure, functions of national, state,
 and local government. Meets LAVC U. S. Constitution requirement.
 Evening Classes
 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6558         5:55- 8:05 Th        O'REGAN, A               CC 200
 &            1:00- 5:30 Sat       O'REGAN, A               CC 201
              (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)

POLITICAL SCIENCE 002 -
MODERN WORLD GOVERNMENTS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 An examination of foreign governments including the social, political and ideological policies which shape nations with a
 focus on Western Europe.
 1550         9:40-11:05 M W          O'REGAN, A                    CC 203


POLITICAL SCIENCE 005 -
THE HISTORY OF WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 A focus on political thought and ideology from the ancient Greek era to present including political theory.
 6933         8:05- 9:25 MTWThF                               LEHAVI, R POLY HIGH
              (7 Week Class - starts 4/4/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley,
              CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 3339         6:45- 9:55    T         BROSLAWSKY, F R               CC 206


POLITICAL SCIENCE 007 -
CONTEMPORARY WORLD AFFAIRS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 A contemporary perspective focusing on international diplomacy, conflict, and statecraft.
 Evening Classes
 3337         6:45- 9:55    W         O'REGAN, A                    CC 210

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 EDUCATION.




                                                   Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY 001 -
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Survey of scientific studies of behavior covering personality, perception, motivation, emotion, memory, learning,
 intelligence, consciousness and theory.
 7022         Online                  TROMBLEY, C M           INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7043         Online                 TROMBLEY, C M           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7063         Online                 TROMBLEY, C M           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1552         8:00- 9:25 M W         MOSSLER, R A               BSC 104
 1554         8:00- 9:25 T Th        DIEVENDORF, J O            BSC 106
 1723         9:00-12:10 F           SALTZMAN, S M              BSC 104
 1558         9:00-12:10 Sat         STAFF                     BSC 108 (CANCELLED)
 1553         9:40-11:05 M W         TRAVELBEE, C S             BSC 108
 1556         9:40-11:05 T Th        CARNEY-CLARK, J L             H 111
 1560        11:20-12:45 M W         STAFF                    BSC 108 (CANCELLED)
 1564        11:20-12:45 T Th        MARTIN, S R                BSC 108
 1565         1:00- 2:25 M W         BRILL, S                   BSC 106
 1566         1:00- 2:25 T Th        GARDNER, M A               BSC 106

                                                    WEEKEND COLLEGE

 6609        1:00- 5:20 Sun           HOLUB, A S                BSC 104 (CANCELLED)
 &           Online                   HOLUB, A S                INTERNET (CANCELLED)
             (6 Week Class - starts 4/29/2011, ends 6/5/2011)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 6937        2:00- 3:35 T Th          DIEVENDORF, J O          EV HIGH
             (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
 1559        2:40- 4:05 M W           TRAVELBEE, C S            BSC 105
 6966        3:00- 6:35 Th            HOLUB, A S                BSC 104
             (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
             NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
             Fernando, CA 91340.
             This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 Evening Classes
 6926         3:30- 5:05 MW           MEIER, S A                 BSC 102 (ADD)
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
 3296         3:30- 6:40 T            CHERDACK, A N              BSC 105
 3297         3:30- 6:40 W            SALTZMAN, S M              BSC 106
 3343         6:45- 9:55 M            CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 108
 3344         6:45- 9:55 T            CARNEY-CLARK, J L          BSC 104
 3345         6:45- 9:55 W            HALON, A M                BSC 108 (CANCELLED)
 5240         6:45- 9:55 Th           FARRIS, T W                BSC 104

 Psychology 1 English 102 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


PSYCHOLOGY 001 -
HONORS SECTION - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Survey of scientific studies of behavior covering personality, perception, motivation, emotion, memory, learning,
 intelligence, consciousness and theory.
 7023         Online                  TROMBLEY, C M           INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 5241         6:45- 9:55    Th        FARRIS, T W                 BSC 104


PSYCHOLOGY 002 -
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 Brain and behavior: anatomy and physiology of behavior and experience. Biological basis of consciousness, perception,
 sleep, learning, motivation and emotion.
 7064         Online                 GHASSEMI, A R           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7069         Online                 GHASSEMI, A R           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1568         9:40-11:05 M W         BRILL, S                   BSC 106
 1569        11:20-12:45 M W         BRILL, S                   BSC 106
 8163         9:40-11:05 T Th        CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 108
 Evening Classes
 3349         6:45- 9:55    T         BRILL, S                    BSC 106


PSYCHOLOGY 002 -
HONORS SECTION - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Brain and behavior: anatomy and physiology of behavior and experience. Biological basis of consciousness, perception,
 sleep, learning, motivation and emotion.
 8164         9:40-11:05 T Th         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R RBSC 108


PSYCHOLOGY 003 -
PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Psychology of human identity, self-awareness, effective relationships and personal growth.
 1570         9:40-11:05 M W          HALIMI, S R                 BSC 105


PSYCHOLOGY 011 -
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 Development of personality, perception, thought, and behavior from conception to adolescence.
 1572         8:00- 9:25    T Th      CARNEY-CLARK, J L           BSC 105


PSYCHOLOGY 012 -
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 Development from puberty to adulthood; male and female stereotypes, cross-cultural differences, and psychological needs
 of this developmental period.
 7047         Online                  GHASSEMI, A R           INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


PSYCHOLOGY 013 -
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 How behavior is shaped by society and how the individual affects group processes. Topics include liking, loving,
 conformity, aggression, communication, attitude change, and prejudice.
 7070         Online                 TROMBLEY, C M           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1575        11:20-12:45 T Th        FINK, H A                  BSC 106


PSYCHOLOGY 014 -
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 Psychological and behavioral disorders including depression, schizophrenia, personality disorders and disorders of
 childhood. Risk factors, methods of classification,and treatment options.
 1576         8:00- 9:25 T Th          MEIER, S A               BSC 108
 6939         3:00- 6:20 W             KAYLOR, N M           SNFR HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at 11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San
              Fernando, CA 91340.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.


PSYCHOLOGY 041 -
LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
 Biopsychosocial developmental theories and research related to family, peer, education and social influences on
 intelligence, gender, personality, stress and relationships.
 1579         9:40-11:05 M W          MOSSLER, R A    BSC 104
 1578        11:20-12:45 M W          MOSSLER, R A    BSC 104
 1577         1:00- 2:25 T Th         DIEVENDORF, J O BSC 104 (CANCELLED)
 1583         2:40- 4:05 M W          CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 108
 Evening Classes
 3396         6:45- 9:55   T          MEIER, S A                  BSC 108

 Psychology 41 English 102 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.


PSYCHOLOGY 060 -
STRESS MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Examines how stress influences our lives. Course topics include stress reduction, relaxation techniques, time management,
 stress management, psycho-physiological factors, the roles of health, exercise and nutrition, and occupational, personal, and
 age-related stress issues.
 7073         Online        TROMBLEY, C M                     INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                      Reading
 (See Developmental Communications)




                                                    Real Estate


REAL ESTATE 001 -
REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 A basic overview of fundamentals of real estate to prepare for advanced studies and licensing.
 1580         8:00- 9:25   T Th       TRAVER, G J                   BJ 108
 Evening Classes
 3329         6:45- 9:55   T          BURKE, J C                      B 73
 3439         6:45- 9:55   Th         HAMNER, AL                       B1
REAL ESTATE 003 -
REAL ESTATE PRACTICES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Practical aspects of office operations in real estate. Includes listing, prospecting, sales techniques, escrow.
 1581          9:40-11:05 T Th          TRAVER, G J                   BJ 108
 Evening Classes
 3447          6:45- 9:55 M             HAMNER, A L                  CC 207

REAL ESTATE 011 -
ESCROW PRINCIPLES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course covers the principles used in handing escrows involving real estate transactions and the transfer of land titles.
 Students will gain experience in completing commonly used forms.
 Evening Classes
 3330          6:45- 9:55    T          HAMNER, A L                   CC 205


REAL ESTATE 014 -
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 This is a course in the management of income producing properties. It covers all major aspects of day to day management as
 well as the selection of the type of investment.
 Evening Classes
 3424          6:45- 9:55    W          ENGLUND, A C                  CC 212


REAL ESTATE 021 -
REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Real Estate 1, 3, or 7 or equivalent skill level.
 Economic trends and factors affecting real estate values. Examines cycles and economic fluctuations.
 Evening Classes
 3333          6:45- 9:55    Th         ENGLUND, A C                     B 80

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                             Respiratory Therapy

RESPIRATORY THERAPY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO RESPIRATORY THERAPY - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to the profession with emphasis on duties, responsibilities and qualifications of a therapist.
 Evening Classes
 3431          5:00- 6:05    T          KELLY, P S                 AHS 332A


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 005 -
APPLICATION OF RESPIRATORY THERAPY &
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE III - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 4 and 6 with grades of C or better.
 Corequisite: Respiratory Therapy 7 and 8.
 The student is exposed to the total treatment of the patient. Pediatric and Rehabilitation Respiratory Therapy is presented.
 1585          8:00-12:35 M             MORRISON, G S               AHS 331
 &            12:50- 3:55 M             MORRISON, G S               AHS 331
 &            12:50- 3:55 M             SANTANA, S A                AHS 331
 &            13 hrs 30 mins          TBA               MORRISON, G S HOSP
 &            13 hrs 30 mins          TBA                 SANTANA, S A HOSP
              (8 Week Class - starts 1/10/2011, ends 3/4/2011)


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 006 -
RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 1, 2, and 15 with grades of C or better. Concurrent enrollment in Respiratory Therapy 3
 and 4.
 Respiratory physiology is presented in detail, including perfusion, ventilation and diffusion, extensive anatomy, transport of
 blood gases and their determination and acid-base balance.
 1584 LEC 8:00-11:10 M                 SANTANA, S A                  FL 112
 &    LAB11:30-12:30 M                 SANTANA, S A                  FL 104
 &    LAB 4:00- 6:05 T                 ROTHFELD, A F                AHS 331


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 007 -
APPLIED MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 6 with a grade of C or better.
 Physiology and pathology necessary to understanding treatment of patients by respiratory therapists.
 1586 LEC 8:00-10:10 T            SANTANA, S A              AHS 331
 &    LAB10:15-11:30 T            SANTANA, S A              AHS 331
 &    LAB 1:30- 3:45 T            ROTHFELD, A F             AHS 331
          (16 Week Class - starts 1/10/2011, ends 5/6/2011)


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 008 -
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES OF
RESPIRATORY THERAPY - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 4 and 6 with grades of C or better.
 Corequisite: Respiratory Therapy 5, 11 and 7.
 Acquaints the student with principles and practices of a Respiratory Therapy Department.
 1587         11:35-12:40 T           SANTANA, S A              AHS 331
              (16 Week Class - starts 1/10/2011, ends 5/6/2011)


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 011 -
APPLICATIONS OF RESPIRATORY THERAPY & CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IV - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 5 with a grade of C or better.
 Corequisite: Respiratory Therapy 7 and 8.
 The student is exposed to the total treatment of the patient. Cardiopulmonary function testing is discussed.
 1588          8:00-12:35 M           MORRISON, G S            AHS 331
 &            12:50- 3:55 M           MORRISON, G S            AHS 331
 &            12:50- 3:55 M           SANTANA, S A             AHS 331
 &            13 hrs 30 mins          TBA                MORRISON, G S HOSP
 &            13 hrs 30 mins          TBA                 SANTANA, S A HOSP
              (8 Week Class - starts 3/7/2011, ends 5/6/2011)


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 015 -
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL EXPERIENCE - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 1 and 2, Chemistry 51, Microbiology 1, 20 or 22, Psychology 1, Anatomy 1 and
 Physiology 1 (or Physiology 8 and 9), Physics 5 all with grades of C or better.
 Clinical insight to the actual duties of a respiratory therapist and an introduction to patient relationships.
 Hours are scheduled to meet certification requirements; students will be required to attend the total hours as scheduled.
 Evening Classes
 3432          4:00- 7:10 M            MORRISON, G S                 AHS 331
 &            7 hrs 50 mins TBA        MORRISON, G S                   HOSP
 OR           7 hrs 50 mins TBA        SANTANA, S A                    HOSP

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.
                                                  Social Science

SOCIAL SCIENCE 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
(UC:CSU) (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisites: None.
 An introduction to the social sciences (including anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology
 and sociology). Includes social science theory and methods and the application of these to the analysis of social institutions
 and personal realities.
 9510         11:20-12:45 T Th          STEIN, R L             EST 105
 &            11:20-12:45 T Th          RASKOFF, SA            EST 105
              This class is part of the PACT program, which means it’s a paired class and it must be taken with English
              28 section 9509, which meets Monday and Wednesday 9:40am to 11:05am. To add these classes, contact
              Scott Weigand at (818) 947-2811/ or at weigansm@lavc.edu.




                                                       Sociology

SOCIOLOGY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Students examine the social behavior of human beings and organization of society including subjects such as culture,
 deviance, sexuality, media, social stratification, and the institutions of the family, religion, education, politics, and the
 economy.
 7039         Online                   LANOIX, T R            INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7044         Online                   SCOTT, L C             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1595          8:00- 9:25 M W          SOUTHGATE, D E            BSC 102
 8257          8:00- 9:25 T Th         SOUTHGATE, D E            BSC 102
 1591          9:00-12:10 Sat          VALADEZ, J                BSC 102
 1593          9:40-11:05 M W          LANOIX, T R               BSC 103
 1594          9:40-11:05 T Th         ALLEN, P                  BSC 102
 1592         11:20-12:45 M W          LANOIX, T R               BSC 103
 1597         11:20-12:45 T Th         SCOTT, L C                BSC 105
 8190          1:00- 2:25 T Th         SCOTT, L C                BSC 103
 6940          2:00- 3:35 M W          VALADEZ, J               EV HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at East Valley High School located at 5525 Vineland Avenue, North
              Hollywood, CA 91601.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 8360          2:40- 5:50 T            VIVIAN, M D               BSC 103
 Evening Classes
 6941         3:30- 5:05 M W           GLASS, P G                 CC 201
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Van Nuys High School located at 6535 Cedros Avenue, Van Nuys, CA
              91401.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 5110         3:30- 6:40 M             VIVIAN, M D               BSC 103
 5225         6:45- 9:55 T             SCOTT, L C                BSC 102
 5228         6:45- 9:55 W             GLASS, P G                BSC 105
 5104         6:45- 9:55 Th            SHERWOOD, S J             BSC 103

 Sociology 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 167.
SOCIOLOGY 001 -
HONORS SECTION - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Explains human behavior: Child-rearing, personality, American culture, deviance, sexual patterns, marriage, divorce, social
 class, power, media, and other institutions.
 8258         8:00- 9:25    T Th      SOUTHGATE, D E              BSC 102
 8191         1:00- 2:25    T Th      SCOTT, L C                  BSC 103
 8361         2:40- 5:50    T         VIVIAN, M D                 BSC 103
 Evening Classes
 5111         3:30- 6:40    M         VIVIAN, M D                  BSC 103
 5226         6:45- 9:55    T         SCOTT, L C                   BSC 102
 5229         6:45- 9:55    W         GLASS, P G                   BSC 105
 5105         6:45- 9:55    Th        SHERWOOD, S J                BSC 103


SOCIOLOGY 002 -
AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course examines a range of social problems and their solutions including prejudice, discrimination, suicide, drugs,
 crime, wealth and poverty, political radicalism and weapons of mass destruction.
 1599         9:40-11:05 M W          SOUTHGATE, D E              BSC 102
 Evening Classes
 5254         6:45- 9:55    M         SOUTHGATE, D E               BSC 102


SOCIOLOGY 002 -
HONORS SECTION - AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Examines a range of social issues including changing morals, sexual identity, personality, marriage, drugs, violence, crime,
 imprisonment, minorities, immigration, genocide, weapons of mass destruction.
 Evening Classes
 5255         6:45- 9:55    M         SOUTHGATE, D E               BSC 102


SOCIOLOGY 003 -
CRIME AND DELINQUENCY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Examines the nature of crime and delinquency including theories of causation, types of adult and juvenile offenses, and
 efforts by society to cope with law violations. Emphasis is placed upon programs for the prevention, correction, and
 rehabilitation within the justice system.
 Evening Classes
 5250         6:45- 9:55    Th        SCOTT, L C                   BSC 102


SOCIOLOGY 003 -
HONORS SECTION - CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Topics range from prostitution, drugs, rape, crimes in the family, and violent assault to white collar crime, organized crime,
 crimes of government. Issues of punishment reform and rehabilitation will also be considered.
 Evening Classes
 5251         6:45- 9:55    Th         SCOTT, L C                  BSC 102


SOCIOLOGY 004 -
SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This class is am introduction to the scientific study of social phenomena. Topics include research design, conceptualization,
 measurement, sampling methodology, and both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Students will analyze specific data
 collected in the field.
 1179         9:40-11:05 T Th          SOUTHGATE, D E              BSC 105


SOCIOLOGY 012 -
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course deals with the family as a social institution, its structure and functions, including historical changes, emerging
 patterns, and the influence of contemporary society and social forces that shape the family such as race, class, gender and
 sexuality.
 1600         9:40-11:05 T Th          LANOIX, T R                 BSC 103

SOCIOLOGY 017 -
INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Introduction to methods, major theories and techniques of counseling. Representative problems covering a wide range of
 settings and multicultural perspectives are considered. Topics include: dysfunctional families, domestic violence, incest,
 crisis intervention, suicide prevention, drug and alcohol abuse, sociopathic personalities, school bullying trauma, death and
 dying, serial killers, and the nature of neuroses and psychoses. Career planning issues are also considered.
 Evening Classes
 3353         6:45- 9:55    T          VIVIAN, M D                 BSC 103
 3352         6:45- 9:55    W          VIVIAN, M D                 BSC 103


SOCIOLOGY 021 -
HUMAN SEXUALITY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Not open for credit to students who have had Psychology 52)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This interdisciplinary course presents a sociological and psychological introduction to human sexuality and human sexual
 behavior. Topics include physiology, sex, gender, and sexual orientation, physical and emotional response, sexual behavior,
 cultural and behavioral issues, myths, misconception, dysfunction, and sexual coercion.
 7035         Online                 RASKOFF, S A            INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7041         Online                 LANOIX, T R             INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1601         9:00-12:10 F           ELIAS, J E                 BSC 102 (CANCELLED)
 8390        11:20-12:45 M W         RASKOFF, S A               BSC 102
 8143        11:20-12:45 T Th        LANOIX, T R                BSC 103
 Evening Classes
 3355         3:30- 6:40    W          SCOTT, L C                  BSC 103


SOCIOLOGY 021 -
HONORS SECTION - HUMAN SEXUALITY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Not open for credit to students who have had Psychology 52)
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Sexual behavior, sexual anxieties, sexual fantasies, physiology, what is "normal," orgasm, sexual preferences.
 8391        11:20-12:45 M W           RASKOFF, S A                BSC 102
 8144        11:20-12:45 T Th          LANOIX, T R                 BSC 103
SOCIOLOGY 022 -
SOCIOLOGY OF WOMEN (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course is a sociological analysis of gender and sex in contemporary American society with emphasis on the political,
 social and economic status of women. Topics include the social forces that help to shape the experience of women such as
 race, class, the social construction of gender and sexuality.
 Evening Classes
 6921         3:30- 5:05 T Th          LABERTEW, L D          PAN HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City,
              CA 91402.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 6922         3:30- 5:05 M W           SHERWOOD, S J             CC 200
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
 6928         3:30- 5:05 M W           LABERTEW, L D        NOHO HIGH
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/14/2011, ends 6/6/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at North Hollywood High School located at 5231 Colfax Avenue, North
              Hollywood, CA 91601.         RANDOLPH ROOM #137
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.


SOCIOLOGY 025 -
DRUGS AND CULTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A cross cultural study of mind-altering drugs, including alcohol, marijuana, hallucinogens, ecstasy, methamphetamines,
 cocaine, inhalants, and others. Social, psychological, and biological effects of drug use are analyzed within a cultural and
 political context. Drugs and their effects on the population are considered both for the user and non-user.
 Evening Classes
 3340         6:45- 9:55    M         VIVIAN, M D                  BSC 103


SOCIOLOGY 035 -
THE LABOR MOVEMENT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 This course presents an overview and history of the labor movement in the U.S. beginning with slavery and discussing the
 rise of labor unions and the middle class and the impact of the Industrial Revolution and wars.
 1607        11:20-12:45 T Th         ALLEN, P                     BSC 102


SOCIOLOGY 084 -
SIMSOC:SIMULATED SOCIETY - 1.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Students simulate a society, actively learning sociological concepts such as status, role, primary group, power, and
 hierarchy. The game takes approximately 14 hours to play and students have great fun experiencing and learning about the
 emergence of societal structure. To participate, enroll in one of the sections below, and contact the professor for more
 information as soon as possible, no later than two (2) weeks before the class meeting..
 *1603       1 hr 5 mins TBA          ALLEN, P                    BSC 102
             *Section 1603 will meet on Friday, March 11, 2011 from 2-5pm and Saturday March 12, 2011 from 9-
             5pm in BSC 102.
             *Contact the instructor, Professor Pat Allen, (818) 947-2521, as soon as possible.
 *1604       1 hr 5 mins TBA          IE, E F                     BSC 102
             *Section 1604 will meet on Friday, April 8, 2011 from 2-5pm and Sunday April 10, 2011 from 9-5pm in
             BSC 102.
             *Contact the instructor, Professor Eileen Ie, prof_eie@yahoo.com, or IEEF@elac.edu as soon as possible.


SOCIOLOGY 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: English 101.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
  Allows students to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human behavior in which the student is interested.
  Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment. (818)-947-2812. Open entry/Open exit.
  8194         1 hr 05 mins TBA         VIVIAN, M D               BSC 111A


SOCIOLOGY 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: English 101.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
  IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
  AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
  Allows student to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human behavior in which the student is interested.
  Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment. (818) 947-2812.
  8195         2 hrs 05 mins TBA        VIVIAN, M D               BSC 111A


SOCIOLOGY 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Skills advisory: English 101.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
  IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
  AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
For Sections 1-4: Nonjudgmental attitude, good listening, written and communication skills.
  Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment at (818) 947-2812
  Section One - Child Abuse Prevention Project
  Learn how to lead support groups on the Internet for survivors of child abuse and domestic violence.
  Become a certified Chatroom Support Facilitator, trained in crisis intervention, group process, child abuse and domestic
  violence issues at International Child Abuse Network. Completion of 60 hours of training will enable students to facilitate
  support groups over the internet for individuals from all over the world who have been abused. 12:30-4 pm Saturdays for 10
  weeks, starting 2/26/11 in BSC 103. Supervision provided by a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. After training,
  assigned 3 hours 10 minutes time-to-be-arranged hours per week on any day or night of the week. Students may work
  Online from their homes. ICAN seeks a one year commitment from volunteers. A detailed descriptive and analytical journal
  is due at the end of the semester for a grade. Total course hours = 54. Attend orientation meeting on either Tues., 2/15/11,
  6:45pm, BSC 103 or Wed., 2/16/11, 6:45pm, BSC 103 or Fri., 2/25/11, 12:30-3pm, BSC 103.
  8196 3 hrs 10 mins         TBA        VIVIAN, M D               BSC 111A

  Section Two - Elementary, Middle & High School Tutorial Project
  Supervised students will act as tutors, mentors and role models at local San Fernando Valley elementary, middle and high
  schools. TB Test required ($8 at LAVC Student Health Center by appointment on Mon. or Tues).
  Students may be subject to a background check. Assigned 3 hours 10 minutes (time-to-be-arranged) hours per week. Both
  school hours and some after school hours available Mon.-Fri.. Readings and tests based upon the sociology of education,
  plus a detailed descriptive and analytical journal will be due at the end of the semester for a grade. Total course hours =54.
  Attend orientation meeting on Fri., 2/25/11, 12:30-3 p.m., BSC103.
  8196 3 hrs 10 mins         TBA        VIVIAN, M D              BSC 111A
  Section Three - Golden Age Project
  Become involved in an elderly persons life and enrich your own at the same time at either the Sherman Village Health
  Center in North Hollywood or the Bernardi Senior Center in Van Nuys. Volunteers assigned to a 3 hours 10 minutes (time-
  to-be-arranged) time slot per week, hours between 8am to 5pm, seven days a week. Readings and tests based upon the
  sociology of aging, plus a detailed descriptive and analytical journal will be due at the end of the semester for a grade. Total
  course hours =54. Attend orientation meeting on Fri., 2/25/11, 12:30-3 p.m., BSC 103.
  8196 3 hrs 10 mins      TBA      VIVIAN, M D                    BSC 111A
  Section Four – The Government Involvement Project
  Get involved in a government internship through this project . L.A. Valley College student government, L.A. City, West
  Hollywood, State Assembly, and State positions available. Analyze your experience through a sociological perspective.
  Students must complete 54 hours of involvement in governmental activities and write a detailed descriptive and analytical
  journal that is due at the end of the semester. Please contact instructor immediately upon enrollment, or for any questions, at
  (818) 947-2812.
  (NOTE: This class can be taken for 1 unit as Sociology 185 or 2 units as Sociology 285.)
 Attend orientation on Fri., 2/25/11 at 12:30-3pm in BSC 103.
 8196 3 hrs 10 mins       TBA        VIVIAN, M D                  BSC 111A
 Section Five - Independent Projects
 Allows student to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human behavior in which the student is interested.
 Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment at (818) 947-2812.
 8196 3 hrs 10 mins         TBA        VIVIAN, M D                BSC 111A

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 EDUCATION.




                                                       Spanish
 NOTE: Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 are not recommended for native Spanish speakers. Students whose native language is
 Spanish should enroll in Spanish 35 instead of Spanish 1. Continuing students who previously took Spanish 35 or who have
 the equivalent skill level of Spanish 35, should enroll in Spanish 36 instead of Spanish 2.
 NOTE: Spanish 21 is the equivalent of the first half of Spanish 1 and Spanish 22 is equivalent to the second half, therefore
 these courses are not recommended for Spanish speakers.
 NOTE: Beginning Fall 2000 students will have to take the second course of the foreign language to satisfy Area 6 IGETC if
 they have not already satisfied Area 6. See counselor for details.


SPANISH 001 -
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Not recommended for native Spanish speakers. See Spanish 35).
 Prerequisite: None.
 Fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, and culture. Stresses the ability to
 understand read, write, and speak simple Spanish. Use of the language laboratory may be required. Basic computer
 knowledge required for interactive activities.
 1605         8:15- 9:25 MTWTh ARIAS, R             FL 106
 1608         9:40-12:10 M W   SCHWARZBEIN, M H     FL 110
 1609         9:40-12:10 T Th  FRANCES BENITEZ, M E FL 100
 Evening Classes
 6920         3:30- 6:35 M W           PERSAUD, L                 FL 108
              (15 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 5/27/2011)
              NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City,
              CA 91402.
              This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See pages 124-125.
 3356         4:00- 6:30 M W           HERNANDEZ, L               FL 110
 3357         4:00- 6:30 T Th          SCHWARZBEIN, M H            FL 106 (CANCELLED)
 3358         7:00- 9:30 M W           KATURICH, G C             EST 105
 3398         7:00- 9:30 T Th          PERSAUD, L                FL 111 CANCELLED)
 3399         7:00- 9:30 T Th          FIORITO, I                 FL 108
 3438         7:00- 9:30 T Th          ROY, M                     FL 106


SPANISH 002 -
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 (Not recommended for native Spanish speakers. See Spanish 36).
 Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or Spanish 22 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Completes the study of elementary grammar with emphasis on aural and written comprehension, oral expression and
 comprehension, writing, culture. Use of the language laboratory may be required. Basic computer skills required for online
 work.
 1610         9:40-12:10 M W           ARIAS, R                     FL 106
 Evening Classes
 3359         4:00- 6:30    MW         ANDRADE, A E                  FL 113
 3360         7:00- 9:30    T Th       ANDRADE, A E                  FL 110
SPANISH 003 -
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Spanish 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Comprehensive review of grammar and a more intensive study of the language, including idioms, advanced grammatical
 concepts and irregular structures. Readings and discussions in Spanish.
 Basic computer skills required for online work.
 1611         9:40-12:10 T Th          ARIAS, R                       FL 106


SPANISH 004 -
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Spanish 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 Introduction to literary analysis; improvement of communication skills through the study of representative literary and
 cultural texts. Sustained study of grammar, vocabulary, and stylistics. Basic computer skills required for online work.
 Evening Classes
 5244         7:00- 9:35    MW         HERNANDEZ, L                   FL 110


SPANISH 004 -
HONORS SECTION - INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Spanish 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension by study of literary and cultural selections.
 Evening Classes
 5245         7:00- 9:35    MW         HERNANDEZ, L                   FL 110


SPANISH 008 -
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: Spanish 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 (Not open to native speakers of Spanish.)
 Practical conversation and improvement of conversational fluidity. Emphasis on use of idioms and current usages. Training
 in pronunciation, enunciation, and vocabulary-building. Basic computer required for accessing online information.
 Evening Classes
 3361         7:00- 9:05    M          ANDRADE, A E                   FL 106


SPANISH 012 -
CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN LITERATURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Chicano Studies 42)
 Prerequisite: None.
 (Not taught every semester).
 An introduction to major historical events and literary movements in Mexico, with a focus on 20th-century Mexican
 literature read in translation. Lectures, readings and discussions in English.
 Evening Classes
 5025         6:45- 9:55    W          ANDRADE, A E                   FL 106


SPANISH 012 -
HONORS SECTION - CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN LITERATURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Chicano Studies 42)
 Prerequisite: None.
 (Not taught every semester).
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Literature in translation with lectures and discussions in English on the literature and history of Mexico during the twentieth
 century, with a background of earlier works.
 Evening Classes
 5026         6:45- 9:55   W            ANDRADE, A E               FL 106


SPANISH 016 -
MEXICAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 (Same as Chicano Studies 44)
 Prerequisite: None.
 Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods and their influence upon mores, art, literature and music. Considers the
 present-day Mexican and Mexican-American cultures.
 8130         9:40-11:05 T Th           LOPEZ, P J                 FL 111


SPANISH 035 -
SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Designed to address the needs of the bilingual student. An introduction to written Spanish with an emphasis on the
 acquisition of a solid grammatical base.
 1612         9:40-12:10 T Th           HERNANDEZ, L               FL 110


SPANISH 036 -
SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 A continuation of Spanish 35. Advances the study of grammar and complex vocabulary, with a focus on the development of
 reading and writing skills.
 1613         9:40-12:10 M W            FRANCES BENITEZ, M EFL 100
 Evening Classes
 3364         7:00- 9:30   MW           FRANCES BENITEZ, M E FL 100

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                                                      Speech
 ESL STUDENTS
 You Should take the following classes at the same time:
 Speech 61 and Speech 64 with English 83 or 361
 Speech 61 and Speech 66 with English 83 or 361
 Speech 61 and Speech 111 with English 362
 Speech 61 and Speech 113 with English 363 or 364


SPEECH 061 -
SPEECH LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in another speech class. This course may be taken four times for credit.
 Offered on an open entry/exit basis. Individualized instruction in the Speech Lab (SL) to improve verbal skills for native
 and non-native speakers. To begin work in Speech 61 students must come with their Registration Fee Receipt to the Speech
 Lab (basement of Campus Center) from 9-1pm and 5-7pm, M-Th, the first two weeks of school; at that time students must
 have or obtain an instructor approved lab book, and they will be given instructions that will allow them to begin working in
 Speech 61.
 1614 LAB3 hrs 10 mins                  TBA                 CALDER, P P SPCH LAB


SPEECH 062 -
SPEECH LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None. Open entry/exit.
  Course may be taken three times for Pass.
  Advanced individualized instruction in the Speech Lab(SL) to improve articulation skills for native and non-native
  speakers. The Speech Lab is designed to complement the work done by students enrolled in Speech Communication
  63,64,66,111 and 113. to begin work in Speech 62 students must come with their Registration Fee Receipt to the Speech
  Lab the first two weeks of the school semester; at that time students must have or obtain an instructor approved lab book,
  and they will be given instructions that will allow them to begin working in Speech 62. Come to the Speech Lab (basement
  of Campus Center) from 9-1pm and 5-7pm, M-Th, the first two weeks of school.
  1615 LAB3 hrs 10 mins TBA           FOUNTAINE, H             SPCH LAB


SPEECH 063 -
BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL SPEECH SKILLS - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course is designed for English as a Second Language speech students who wish to improve their aural comprehension
  of English and to increase their ability to make themselves understood using conversational English Speech.
  1617         8:00- 9:25 T Th        BALLEW, B A                   H 103
  1616        11:20-12:45 M W         BALLEW, B A                   H 113


SPEECH 064 -
BASIC SPEECH SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: Speech 61.
  This course may be taken twice for credit. A course designed to help non-native speakers acquire basic American English
  sounds/reduce accents. This is the introductory limited English speaking skills class.
  1620         8:00- 9:25 M W         CALDER, P P                   H 115
  1619         8:00- 9:25 T Th        CALDER, P P                   H 115
  1621         9:40-11:05 T Th        CALDER, P P                   H 115
  Evening Classes
  3369         6:45- 9:55   T         GELLER, A H                     B 72


SPEECH 066 -
ADVANCED SPEECH SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: None.
  Course designed for students to improve pronunciation of difficult consonant and vowel sounds in American English and to
  produce complicated consonant blends and clusters.
  1541         8:00- 9:25 T Th        FOUNTAINE, H                  H 110
  1623         9:40-11:05 M W         CALDER, P P                   H 115
  Evening Classes
  3368         5:00- 6:25   MW        FOUNTAINE, H                  H 110


SPEECH 101 -
ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Introductory speech course stressing techniques of public speaking; may include informative, persuasive speaking and panel
  discussion among assignments. Meets AA degree and CSU transfer certification requirements in oral communications.
  7412         7:30- 9:40 T           SMITH, D W                    H 111
  &            Online                 SMITH, D W              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7413         7:30- 9:40 Th          SMITH, D W                    H 111
  &            Online                 SMITH, D W              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  1544         9:00-12:10 F           STERK, J L                  H 110 (CANCELLED)
  1522         9:40-11:05 M W         CULLATHER, E J                  B 73
  1523         9:40-11:05 T Th        STAFF                         B 70 (CANCELLED)
  1528        11:20-12:45 M W         TOTH, L L                     H 110
  1532        11:20-12:45 T Th        STAFF                        B 70 (CANCELLED)
  1555        11:20-12:45 M W         KELPINE, J                 EST 104
  7415        11:20- 1:30 T           SMITH, D W                  CC 210
  &            Online                 SMITH, D W              INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7416        11:20- 1:30 Th            SMITH, D W                       CC 210
 &            Online                   SMITH, D W                 INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7414         3:00- 5:10 Th            SMITH, D W                        BSC 108 (CANCELLED)
 &            Online                   SMITH, D W                        INTERNET (CANCELLED)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 Evening Classes
 3372         5:00- 6:25      MW      MARTENEY, S H                  H 105
 3373         6:45- 9:55      M       MARTENEY, S H                  H 105
 3375         6:45- 9:55      W       KARLSEN, T O                 EST 103
 3376         6:45- 9:55      Th      DUNCAN, Y A                   FL 112

 VCAP students have priority enrollment for the following section (s).
 For information about VCAP see pages 107-111.
 6590         8:15-10:25 Th           LERETTE, D E                  CC 202
 &            8:00- 12:00 Sat         LERETTE, D E                  CC 202
              (7 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)


SPEECH 102 -
ORAL COMMUNICATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Basic principles and practice in the techniques of debate and advocacy. Meets AA Degree and CSU certification in oral
 communications.
 Evening Classes
 3377         6:45- 9:55      T       KALUSTIAN, M                 EST 109


SPEECH 104 -
ARGUMENTATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Internet access needed. A critical thinking class in the foundations and strategies of argument, logical reasoning, rational
 thinking and decision making. Emphasizes conflict resolution skills. Meets AA requirement in oral communication degree
 and CSU transfer certification requirements in critical thinking.
 7024         Online                 MARTENEY, J I           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 7037         Online                 MARTENEY, J I           INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 8242         9:40-11:05 M W         BAUMWIRT, J A                 H 110
 8239        11:20-12:45 T Th        DUNCAN, Y A                   EST 107 (CANCELLED)


SPEECH 105 -
CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 Internet access needed. Basic principles of argumentation and critical thinking including learning how to write
 argumentatively. Meets AA degree requirement in analytical thinking, CSU and IGETC certification requirement in critical
 thinking.
 8243         9:40-11:05 M W          BAUMWIRT, J A                  H 110
 8240        11:20-12:45 T Th         DUNCAN, Y A                   EST 107 (CANCELLED)


SPEECH 105 -
HONORS SECTION - CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: English 101.
 Internet access needed. This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further
 information, see pages 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
 students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must
 meet course prerequisites.
  Basic principles of argumentation and critical thinking including learning how to write argumentatively. Meets AA Degree,
  CSU certification and IGETC certification and requirements in analytical thinking.
  8244         9:40-11:05 M W          BAUMWIRT, J A                 H 110
  8241        11:20-12:45 T Th         DUNCAN, Y A                   EST 107 (CANCELLED)


SPEECH 106 -
FORENSICS (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  Open entry/exit.
  Preparation for competition in forensic (Speech) tournaments.
  1636        6 hrs 30 mins            TBA                   SMITH, D W B 24
  OR          6 hrs 30 mins            TBA                   MILLER, J E B 24

SPEECH 111 -
VOICE AND ARTICULATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Recommended: English 28 or Speech 113.
  This English Speech as a Second Language (ESL) course is designed for students to study and practice methods of voice
  development, speech sound production, articulation, pronunciation and prosody. This is the fourth level ESSL course.
  1637         9:40-11:05 T Th         FOUNTAINE, H                   H 110


SPEECH 113 -
ENGLISH SPEECH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: None.
  Improves spoken English, stressing proper pronunciation, sounds, intonation, organization of material, and use of English as
  a means of communication. This is the third (advanced) level limited English speaking skills class.
  1638        11:20-12:45 T Th         FOUNTAINE, H                   H 110
  Evening Classes
  3380         5:00- 6:25   T Th       FOUNTAINE, H                   H 110


SPEECH 121 -
THE PROCESS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  A communication course that examines various current topics and trends affecting everyday human communications and
  interactions. Meets CSU transfer certification requirements in integrated psychological and physiological studies.
  1639        11:20-12:45 T Th         CULLATHER, E J                CC 200


SPEECH 122 -
COMMUNICATION ACROSS CULTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisites: None.
  Recommended: English 21.
  Students will examine communication interaction in various cultures and will work on developing skills for intercultural
  communication competence.
  7072        Online                  ALLEN, R K              INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


SPEECH 130 -
INTRODUCTION TO ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  A course in sharing aloud the artistry of various forms of literature, including prose, poetry and dramatic readings. Meets
  both AA degree and CSU transfer certification requirements in Humanities.
  1640         9:40-11:05 T Th         CULLATHER, E J                   B 80
SPEECH 137 -
INTERPRETERS THEATER (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Preparation for Readers Theater for speech tournaments.
 1642        3 hrs 10 mins            TBA             CULLATHER, E J B 24

SPEECH 151 -
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
  Introductory course stressing elements necessary for effective small group interaction and Hybrid Language leadership
 skills. Emphasis is on group performance and participation. Meets AA degree and CSU transfer certification requirements
 in Oral Communication.
 1643         8:00- 9:25    MW        BALLEW, B A                   H 111
 1644         9:40-11:05    MW        BALLEW, B A                   H 103
 1645        11:20-12:45    MW        CALDER, P P                   H 103
 1650        11:20-12:45    T Th      CALDER, P P                   H 115
 Evening Classes
 3382         6:45- 9:55    T         DUNCAN, Y A                   H 110
 3383         6:45- 9:55    W         MARTENEY, S H                 H 110

                                                   WEEKEND COLLEGE

 6610        6:00-10:20 F            GREEN, V A                  CC 214
 &           Online                  GREEN, V A              INTERNET
             (6 Week Class - starts 2/25/2011, ends 4/3/2011)
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


SPEECH 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SPEECH COMMUNICATION
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Project approval.
 Open entry/exit.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a program of directed study in speech under direction of a supervising instructor.
 1652        1 hr 05 mins TBA         CULLATHER, E J                  B 24


SPEECH 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SPEECH COMMUNICATION (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Project approval.
 Open entry/exit.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a program of directed study in speech under direction of a supervising instructor.
 1653        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        CULLATHER, E J                  B 24


SPEECH 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - SPEECH COMMUNICATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Project approval.
 Open entry/exit.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a program of directed study in speech under direction of a supervising instructor.
 1654        3 hrs 10 mins TBA        CULLATHER, E J                   B 24

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                      Statistics

STATISTICS 001 -
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better.
 Introduces basic tools of descriptive and inferential statistics, including measurement and the collection, organization,
 presentation, and analysis of data.
 8105         8:00- 9:25 M W         RASKOFF, S A               BSC 110
 8113         8:00- 9:25 T Th        RASKOFF, S A               BSC 110
 8255         9:40-11:05 M W         FINK, H A                  BSC 110
 1648         9:40-11:05 T Th        FINK, H A                  BSC 110
 7420        10:00-11:50 F           BRILL, S                   BSC 110
 &            Online                 BRILL, S                INTERNET
             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
             website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
 1649        11:20-12:45 M W         FINK, H A                  BSC 110
 1651        11:20-12:45 T Th        CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 110
 Evening Classes
 3385         3:30- 6:40    T         FINK, H A         BSC 110
 3386         6:45- 9:55    T         FINK, H A         BSC 110
 3387         6:45- 9:55    W         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 110


STATISTICS 001 -
HONORS SECTION - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (UC:CSU) - 3.00
UNITS
 Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better.
 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program requirements. For further information, see pages
 121-123. Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors students only. After classes
 begin, honors sections are open to all students with an instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
 Introduces basic tools of descriptive and inferential statistics, including measurement and the collection, organization,
 presentation, and analysis of data.
 8106         8:00- 9:25 M W          RASKOFF, S A                BSC 110
 8114         8:00- 9:25 T Th         RASKOFF, S A                BSC 110
 8256         9:40-11:05 M W          FINK, H A                   BSC 110




                                Supervised Learning Assistance

SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE 001T -
SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 8950        22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                  YASUDA, P J        LC
 8951        22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                  YASUDA, P J        LC
 8952        22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M        H 100
 8953        22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M        H 100
 8954        22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M        H 100
 8955         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M         H 100
 8957         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                   YASUDA, P J        LC
 8958         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                SUTCLIFFE, T V        MS 106
 8959         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M         H 102
 8960         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M         H 102
 8961         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M         H 102
 8962         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                 WEIGAND, S M         H 102
 8964         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                SUTCLIFFE, T V        MS 106
 8972         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                  BROWER, L D         B 14
 8976         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                  BROWER, L D         B 14
 8981         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                   YASUDA, P J        LC
 8982         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                   YASUDA, P J        LC
 8983         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                      ROY, K E        AHS 227
 8984         22 hrs 15 mins           TBA                     HAMS, J E        AHS 136




                                                         Theater

THEATER 100 -
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Open to all students.A survey course to orient students with the theater, culturally and artistically.
 1664         9:40-11:05 M W           HOLGUIN, C A                  TA 102
 Evening Classes
 *7418        6:45- 8:55 Th           PYLES, C S                    TA 102
 &            Online                  PYLES, C S               INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
              *NOTE: This class will meet face to face from 6:45-9:55pm on the following Thursdays: February 10th ,
              February 24th , March 3rd , April 7th , April 28th , May 19th , and June 2rd. All other coursework will be
              conducted online.


THEATER 110 -
HISTORY OF THE WORLD THEATER (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Required of all theater majors. Open to all students.
 A history of the development of the theater; its playwrights, structures, and methods of staging and acting from the
 Greeks through the medieval period.
 1662         9:40-11:05 T Th          HOLGUIN, C A                  TA 102


THEATER 130 -
PLAYWRITING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: None.
 Training in the fundamentals of effective stage, film and TV writing leading to possible production in the one-act program
 or film workshop.
 7084         Online                  PARKIN, H D             INTERNET
              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please go to the LAVC Virtual Valley
              website at the following link: www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.


THEATER 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - THEATER (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: Theater major and approval of project.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a directed study in theater on a contract basis under the direction of supervising faculty member.
  Evening Classes
  5179        1 hr 05 mins TBA         CODDINGTON, C R              TA 100


THEATER 227 -
ADVANCED DIRECTION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: Theater 225 with a grade of C or better.
  The direction and production of one-act plays for laboratory theater program.
  Evening Classes
  5187        6 hrs 30 mins TBA        CODDINGTON, C R              TA 101


THEATER 232 -
PLAY PRODUCTION (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  Practical experience in auditioning, rehearsing, and producing plays for public presentation.
  8232        6 hrs 30 mins TBA        HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102
  Evening Classes
  5186        6 hrs 30 mins TBA        CODDINGTON, C R              TA 101


THEATER 270 -
BEGINNING ACTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
  Required of all theater majors.The theory and practice of acting through exercises, improvisations, monologues, and
  selected scene study.
  1656        11:20-12:45 M W          CODDINGTON, C R              TA 104
  1658        11:20-12:45 T Th         PYLES, C S                   TA 101


THEATER 274 -
ADVANCED APPLIED ACTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: Theater 272.
  Study of acting outside the realm of standard contemporary theater, with students performing scenes dealing with special
  problems challenging actors.
  1659         1:00- 3:05 M W          CODDINGTON, C R              TA 101
  &           2 hrs 05 mins TBA        CODDINGTON, C R              TA 101


THEATER 275 -
SCENE STUDY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  Examines the performer's individual problems in approaching characterization through lecture/discussion, rehearsal,
  improvisations, and the in-depth analysis of acting scenes.
  Evening Classes
  3444 LEC 6:45- 7:50          M       PYLES, C S                   TA 101
  &    LAB 7:50- 9:55          M       PYLES, C S                   TA 101


THEATER 279 -
MUSICAL THEATER (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None
  The primary emphasis in this course is placed upon the problems of stage movement, and simple dance movement.
  Attention is given to musical demands on the singer.
  1655 LEC 1:00- 1:30          T Th    PYLES, C S                   TA 102
  &    LAB 1:30- 2:35          T Th    PYLES, C S                   TA 102


THEATER 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - THEATER (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Theater major and approval of project .
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a directed study in theater on a contract basis under the direction of supervising faculty member.
 Evening Classes
 5180        2 hrs 05 mins TBA         CODDINGTON, C R              TA 100


THEATER 301 -
STAGE CRAFT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Two of the following classes are required of all theater majors: Theater 301, 310, 315, 325.Survey of all phases of technical
 theater.
 8230 LEC 1:00- 3:05        M          HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102
 &    LAB 1:00- 3:05        W          HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102


THEATER 310 -
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRICAL LIGHTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Theory and practice in the problems of lighting for stage and motion pictures. Related topics considered are personnel
 organization, scene design, and special techniques.
 1666        11:20-12:45 T Th          HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102


THEATER 325 -
STAGE MANAGEMENT AND ADVANCED STAGE CRAFT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Recommended: Theater 301.
 Practical experience in specialized phases of stagecraft.
 8231 LEC 1:00- 3:05        M          HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102
 &    LAB 1:00- 3:05        W          HOLGUIN, C A                 TA 102


THEATER 385 -
DIRECTED STUDY - THEATER (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: Theater major and approval of project.
 NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385
 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC; CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION
 AFTER APPLICATION AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
 CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
 Allows student to pursue a directed study in theater on a contract basis under the direction of supervising faculty member.
 Evening Classes
 5182        3 hrs 10 mins TBA         CODDINGTON, C R              TA 100


THEATER 450 -
BEGINNING STAGE MAKE-UP (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Open to all students. Study of straight, corrective, character, and special effects make-up for theater, film and TV Note:
 Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 8198 LEC 9:00- 9:30 M W               PYLES, C S                   TA 103
 &    LAB 9:30-10:55 M W               PYLES, C S                   TA 103


THEATER 451 -
ADVANCED STAGE MAKE-UP (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 1
 Prerequisite: Theater 450 or equivalent skill level.
 A further study of the art of make-up in theater, TV and film with emphasis on advanced techniques. Note: Students will be
 required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 8199 LEC 9:00- 9:30 M W               PYLES, C S                   TA 103
 &    LAB 9:30-10:55 M W               PYLES, C S                   TA 103
 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                           Tool and Manufacturing Technology

TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 027 -
BASIC MACHINE SHOP THEORY AND PRACTICE - 4.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Provides an introduction to the fundamentals of machine shop theory and practice. Prescribed study and projects are
 designed to give experience with five basic machine tools. This course is the basic entry into many trade areas from
 machinist to numerical control.
 8331 LEC 8:00-10:05 Sat             AVILA, M A                   E 110 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB10:05- 2:20 Sat             AVILA, M A                   E 110 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5166 LEC 6:45- 8:50       M         AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 8:50- 9:50       M         AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:50       W         AVILA, M A                      E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 030 -
MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE I - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Concentration on 3 axis Horizontal and Vertical Milling Machines setup and operations. Includes fly-cutting, drilling, gang
 milling, contour and angular surfacing operations. Emphasis on speeds, feeds, cutter selection and applications. Surface
 grinding operations maintaining flatness, parallelism and finish to a high degree of accuracy. Heat treatment, case-hardening
 and hardness testing is included. Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class
 assignments.
 8332 LEC 8:00- 9:00       Sat       AVILA, M A                   E 110 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 9:00- 2:20       Sat       AVILA, M A                   E 110 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5167 LEC 6:45- 7:45       M         AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 7:45- 9:50       M         AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:50       W         AVILA, M A                      E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 031 -
MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE II - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Continues training to increase knowledge and skills in the operation of machine tools and accessory equipment.
 Includes use of optical comparator, precision measuring instruments and other high precision layout and inspection
 equipment. Requires close tolerance work with different types of machines, machine tools and material used in
 industry. Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class assignments.
 8333 LEC 8:00- 9:00       Sat       AVILA, M A               E 110 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 9:00- 2:20       Sat       AVILA, M A               E 110 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5168 LEC 6:45- 7:45 M               AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 7:45- 8:50 M               AVILA, M A                      E 110
 &    LAB 6:45-10:50 W               AVILA, M A                      E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 032 -
MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE III - 3.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None
 Provides extended training to increase knowledge and skills in the operation of machine tools and accessory equipment.
 Abrasives and their applications are discussed. Includes use of precision grinding equipment. Close tolerance work and
 precision inspection is emphasized.
 8334 LEC 8:00- 9:00       Sat       AVILA, M A              E 110 (CANCELLED)
 &    LAB 9:00- 2:20       Sat       AVILA, M A              E 110 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5170 LEC 6:45- 7:45       M          AVILA, M A                     E 110
 &    LAB 7:45- 9:50       M          AVILA, M A                     E 110
 &    LAB 6:45- 9:50       W          AVILA, M A                     E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 081 -
PROJECTS LABORATORY - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None.
 Provides basic and advanced laboratory experience in machine tool operations and tool making practices. Students work on
 assigned projects that includes planning, designing, and manufacturing production tools.
 8335         8:00-11:10 Sat          AVILA, M A                    E 110 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 5169         6:45- 9:55   M          AVILA, M A                     E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 185 -
DIRECTED STUDY - TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
 Prerequisite: None.
 Allows student to pursue directed study in Tool and Manufacturing Technology on a contract basis under the direction of a
 supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 5177        1 hr 05 mins TBA         AVILA, M A                     E 110


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 285 -
DIRECTED STUDY - TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - 2.00 UNITS
 Prerequisite: None.
 Allows student to pursue directed study in Tool and Manufacturing Technology on a contract basis under the direction of a
 supervising instructor.
 Evening Classes
 5178        2 hrs 05 mins TBA        AVILA, M A                     E 110

 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS, SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE
 EDUCATION.




                                                   Basic Skills

BASIC SKILLS 080CE -
BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisite: None
 The course is designed to provide a review of language arts and test-taking strategies to prepare students for college and
 career pathways. Topics include instruction in test-taking approaches, essay writing, reading comprehension, and
 vocabulary and sentence skills.
 8815         8:00- 9:05   MW         RAPP, B M                     CC 200




                                English as a Second Language

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 006CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 0 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes
 English skills in speaking, listening, basic reading and writing at a literacy level.
 8703        8:00-11:10 MTWTh STEINBERG, R L                         B 34
 Evening Classes
 8706        6:00- 9:10 MTWTh SELTZER, S W                       B 71
 8719        6:00- 9:10 MTWTh MONTES, J P                     PAN HIGH (CANCELLED)
             NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City,
             CA 91402.


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 007CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE- 1 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open-exit course teaches
 beginning low English skills in speaking, listening, basic reading and writing to non-English speakers.
 8701        8:00-11:10 MTWTh SMITH, N S                             B 71
 Evening Classes
 8708        6:00- 9:10 MTWTh SILVERMAN, S E                     B 50
 8721        6:00- 9:10 MTWTh CRUZ, A E                    PAN HIGH
             NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City,
             CA 91402.


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 008CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 2 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This is open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes
 English skills in speaking, listening, basic reading and writing at a beginning level.
 8702        8:00-11:10 MTWTh DAVOYAN, L V                            B 36 (CANCELLED)
 Evening Classes
 8705        6:00- 9:10    MTWTh BAEZ, R S                           B 74


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 009CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 3 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes
 English skills in speaking, listening, basic reading and writing at a beginning high level.
 8704        8:00-11:10 MTWTh QUILICI, A W                           B 74
 Evening Classes
 8731        6:00- 9:10    MTWTh STAFF                              B 71 (CANCELLED)


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 017CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 6 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This is an open-entry open-exit course which
 emphasizes listening/speaking skills and reading/writing skills at a high-intermediate level. This class focuses on
 understanding and engaging in extended conversations, discussions, and lectures.
 8751        11:25- 2:35 MTWTh DAVOYAN, L V                          B 72


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 023CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - SPEECH I
(NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open exit course emphasizes
 listening/speaking, grammar, and pronunciation at an intermediate low level.
 8732         8:00-11:10 W F         DAVOYAN, L V                     B 81 (ADD)
 8720        11:25- 2:45 MTWTh QUILICI, A W                          B 71
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/2/2011)
 8722        11:25- 3:30 MTWTh QUILICI, A W                          B 71
             (8 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/4/2011)


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 024CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE-SPEECH II
(NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Note: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class, 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes
 listening/speaking, grammar, and pronunciation at an intermediate level. The focus of the course is on comprehending and
 developing listening and speaking on topics in social and academic environments.
 8709        11:25- 2:40 MTWTh AINTABLIAN, M                         B 74
             (8 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 4/1/2011)
  8760        11:25- 3:30 MTWTh AINTABLIAN, M                           B 74
              (7 Week Class - starts 4/11/2011, ends 6/4/2011)




                                                     ESL Civics

ESL CIVICS 010CE -
ESL AND CIVICS 1 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit Continuing Education class; 0 Units. No fees. This is an open-entry/open exit course for
  beginning English speakers. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills are emphasized, as well as United States history.
  8757        12:5- 1:40     F         DAVOYAN, L V                    B 74 (ADD)
  8758        8:00- 9:05     F         DAVOYAN, L V                    B 74 (CANCELLED)


ESL CIVICS 011CE -
ESL AND CIVICS 2 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit Continuing Education class; 0 units. No Fees. This open-entry/open-exit course is intended for
  beginning English Speakers at skill level 2, as recommended, Learners engage in discussions related to United States history
  and government.
  8756         9:25-10:30 F            QUILICI, A W                     B 74


ESL CIVICS 012CE -
ESL AND CIVICS 3 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No Fees. This open-entry/open -exit course is for beginning
  English speakers at skill level 3. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills are emphasized, as well as city, county, and
  community services and topics related to United States history.
  8725        10:45-11:50 F            GEVORGIAN, L                     B 74 (CANCELLED)
  8759        11:20-12:285 F           DAVOYAN, L V                    B 74 (ADD)


ESL CIVICS 013CE -
ESL and CIVICS 4 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This open-entry, open-exit course teaches U.S.
  history and government with appropriate English structure for English as a Second Language students. Intermediate low
  listening, speaking, reading and writing skills are emphasized.
  8724        10:00- 1:10 Sat          BUTLER, K A                    B 74 (CANCELLED)
  Evening Classes
  8728        6:20- 8:55 MTWTh BUTLER, K A PAN HIGH (ADD)
              (5 Week Class - starts 2/7/2011, ends 3/10/2011)

ESL CIVICS 014CE -
ESL and CIVICS 5 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit Continuing Education Class; 0 Units. No fees.
  This is an open-entry, open-exit course. Intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills are emphasized, as well
  as the government, national symbols, and holidays.
  Evening Classes
  8729            6:20- 8:55    MTWTh BUTLER, K A                    B 26 (ADD)
               (5 Week Class - starts 3/14/2011, ends 4/21/2011)


ESL CIVICS 015CE -
ESL and CIVICS 6 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  NOTE: This is a noncredit, Continuing Education class; 0 units. No fees. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.
  Intermediate high listening, speaking, reading and writing skills are emphasized, as well as the role of state and local
  governments, the U.S. electoral process, and living and working in the U.S.
  Evening Classes
  8723         6:00- 9:10 M           GEVORGIAN, L                        B9
  8730        6:20- 8:55 MTWTh BUTLER, K A                                PAN HIGH (ADD)
              (5 Week Class - starts 4/25/2011, ends 5/26/2011)
                                                     Parenting

PARENTING 020CE -
PARENT AND BABY (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisite: None
 This is an open-entry, open -exit course that will cover issues concerning bed time routines, food and nutrition, reading to
 infants, discipline, day to day challenges, holiday stress and young children, and diversity. Both Parent and infant (0-3) must
 attend together.
 8803         10:30-11:55 T Th        BRAUER, L A                      B 49




                                          Vocational Education

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 082CE -
CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course is designed to prepare students for the California State Certified Nursing Assistant Examination.
 Topics covered include patient rights, communication and interpersonal skills, safe environment, body mechanics,
 principles of asepsis, weights and measures, resident care skills and procedures, vital signs, nutrition, emergency
 procedures, long term care residents, rehabilitative/restorative care, observation and charting, and death and dying.
 8801 LEC 8:00-11:05 F                HIGGINS, D L                AHS 331
 &    LAB12 hrs 25 mins TBA           HIGGINS, D L                  HOSP
 OR   LAB12 hrs 25 mins TBA           HARBERT, M N                  HOSP


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 096CE -
BLUEPRINT FOR WORKPLACE SUCCESS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisites: None.
 This class is designed to provide students with the necessary tools and skills to develop an understanding of themselves in
 the context of the workplace and assist them in the creation of a workplace portfolio (or 'blueprint'). Topics covered include
 self-discovery, time management, job market realities, workplace skills, effective communication, contacting employers,
 interview preparation, getting hired, and maintaining employment.
 8804        11:20- 1:25 F            KAPPY, G L                   AHS 331 (CANCELLED)


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 098CE -
30 WAYS TO SHINE AS A NEW EMPLOYEE (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisites: None.
 This course is designed to provide new and incumbent workers “30 Ways to Shine as a New Employee” and increase their
 level of Effectiveness with workplace customer service and colleague relations. The topics will include achieving workplace
 goals, understanding workplace culture, being a team player, utilizing positive attitude, and formulating balance between
 home and work.
 8802        40 mins        TBA       HIGGINS, D L                AHS 331


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 114CE -
MICROCOMPUTER LITERACY I (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisites: None
 This open-entry/open-exit course familiarizes students with computer workplace skills. Students will be exposed to a
 demonstration of word processing and the Internet.
 8809 LEC                   8:00- 8:30                                    F AYDEDJIAN, V             B 85
 &    LAB                   8:30- 9:55                                    F AYDEDJIAN, V             B 85
 8806   LEC                11:20-11:50                                  T   AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85
 &      LAB                11:50- 1:15                                  T   AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85
 8807   LEC                11:20-11:50                                 W    AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85
 &      LAB                11:50- 1:15                                 W    AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85
 8808   LEC                11:20-11:50                                 Th   AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85
 &      LAB                11:50- 1:15                                 Th   AYDEDJIAN, V           B 85

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 115CE -
MICROCOMPUTER LITERACY 2 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
 Prerequisite: None
 This open-entry/open-exit course will help to familiarize students with basic spreadsheet and PowerPoint applications.
 Students will distinguish between basic commands including: saving, deleting rows, and editing. The course will also cover
 the use of PowerPoint and its basic functions.
 8810   LEC 1:30- 2:00     T         AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85
 &      LAB 2:00- 3:25     T         AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85
 8811   LEC 1:30- 2:00     W         AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85
 &      LAB 2:00- 3:25     W         AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85
 8812   LEC 1:30- 2:00     Th        AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85
 &      LAB 2:00- 3:25     Th        AYDEDJIAN, V                    B 85


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 309CE -
CUSTOMER SERVICE I: DECISION/PROBLEM SOLVING
(NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None
 This noncredit open entry/open exit course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to decision making and
 problem solving. The student will learn steps in making decisions, blocks to problem solving, and techniques to solving
 problems.
 8819        12:15-12:45 M           BAEZ, R S                       B 80
 &           12:45- 1:00 M           BAEZ, R S                       B 80


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 310CE -
CUSTOMER SERVICE J: MANAGING CHANGE
(NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
 Prerequisite: None
 This noncredit open entry/open exit course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of change and the
 influence on individuals. Topics will include understanding change, reasons for resistance to change, paradigms and
 communicating change.
 8820         1:15- 1:45    M        BAEZ, R S                       B 80
                           &                  1:45- 2:00 M            BAEZ, R S             B 80
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