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   Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location     Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                        Location


                                                                                           ACCOUNTING 018 -
                                                                                           COMPUTERIZED PAYROLL ACCOUNTING - 3.00 UNITS
                            Accounting                                                       Prerequisites: Accounting 1 with a grade of C or better, or Accounting 21 and 22
                                                                                             with grades of C or better.
   NOTE: See also Business, Finance, Law, Management, Marketing, and Real Estate.            Study procedures and practices involved in manual and automated payroll systems.
                                                                                             1108    LEC 9:00-11:05         Sat        Mahdavian, B                       BJ 106
ACCOUNTING 001 -                                                                             &       LAB 11:05- 1:10        Sat        Mahdavian, B                       BJ 106
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
   (Business Administration majors should take this course in the third semester.)         ACCOUNTING 020 -
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                     MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                             (Offered Spring semester only.)
   This course covers sole proprietorship accounting, with emphasis on recording
   basic transactions and preparation of financial statements.                               Prerequisite: Accounting 1, with a grade of C or better, or Accounting 21 and 22
                                                                                             both grades of C or better.
   Credit is allowed in only one: Accounting 1 or the combination of Accounting 21
   and 22.                                                                                   Managerial Accounting is the application analysis to business decision making,
                                                                                             planning, and control. The emphasis is on the how to use it rather than how to do
   1101           9:40-12:10      T Th        CHUNG, S N                         BJ 106
                                                                                             the accounting. Managerial Accounting provides understanding records and reports
   1102           9:40-12:10      MW          CHUNG, S N                         BJ 106      in various fields of business decision making.
   1103           1:00- 3:30      MW          CHUNG, S N                         BJ 106
   1104           1:00- 3:30      T Th        SINGER, S S                        BJ 107      Evening Classes
   Evening Classes                                                                           3008           6:45- 9:55      T          KALLER, S Z                        CC 207
   3003           6:45- 9:15      MW          HOFFMAN, H H                       CC 200
   3013           6:45- 9:15      T Th        GOINGS, D L                        BJ 110    ACCOUNTING 021 -
                                                                                           BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ACCOUNTING 002 -                                                                             (Accounting 21 and 22 together equal Accounting 1)
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                             Prerequisite: None.
   (Business Administration majors should take this course in the fourth semester.)          This covers basic double-entry transactions for a sole proprietorship, adjustment
   Prerequisite: Accounting 1 with a grade of C or better, or Accounting 21 and 22           and closing procedures, and simple financial statements. Credit is allowed in only
   with grades of C or better.                                                               one of the Accounting 1 or the Accounting 21/22 combination.
   This course surveys the principles and practices used in accounting for                   1111           1:00- 2:25      T Th       ALLEN, S E                          BJ 105
   partnerships, corporations, stocks, bonds, statement of cash flows, financial             Evening Classes
   statement analysis, managerial accounting, manufacturing costs, variable and fixed
                                                                                             3010           6:45- 9:55      M          LEVINE, H J                        CC 201
   costs, job-order cost, process cost, budgeting, and differential analysis.
   1105           8:00-10:30      T Th        ALLEN, S E                         BJ 108
   1107           1:00- 3:30      MW          BURKE, J C                         BJ 110    ACCOUNTING 022 -
                                                                                           BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes
                                                                                             (Accounting 21 and 22 together equal Accounting 1)
   3001           6:45- 9:15      MW          POWDER, J M                        BJ 110
   3005           6:45- 9:15      T Th        GREENE, M                          BJ 108      Prerequisite: Accounting 21 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                             This course continues Accounting 21, and emphasizes inventory, cash controls,
                                                                                             interest, depreciation, and payroll. Credit is allowed in only one of Accounting 1 or
ACCOUNTING 003 -                                                                             the Accounting 21 and 22 combination.
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                             1112           11:20-12:45     T Th       ALLEN, S E                          BJ 108
   Prerequisite: Accounting 2 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                             Evening Classes
   This course provides complete analytical application and an advanced review of
   topics discussed in Accounting I and II. Topics include, assets (current, fixed, and      3033           6:45- 9:55      W          STAFF                              CC 204
   intangible), investments, financial statements, income taxes, liabilities,
   stockholders equity, revenue recognition, asset acquisition and leases.
                                                                                             FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   Evening Classes                                                                           SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   3006           6:45- 9:55      M           OZUR, R                             FL 110

ACCOUNTING 015 -
TAX ACCOUNTING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Accounting 2 with a grade of C or better.
   This course is a study of Federal Income Taxes as they apply to individuals and
   sole-proprietorships and in analysis of appropriate tax law. Consideration of
   applicable accounting procedures and preparation of reports and returns are
   emphasized.
   Evening Classes
   3007           6:45- 9:55      Th          GORDON, H S                        BJ 106




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  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                                ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 004 -
           Administration of                                                                    PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
                                                                                                (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

               Justice                                                                            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
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001 -                                                                                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                             1366           11:20-12:45      MW           WADE, N M                             EST 101
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                  Evening Classes
  The history and philosophy of administration of justice in Europe and America,
                                                                                                  3017           6:45- 9:55       M            HENDRICKS, W S                       EST 113
  including the identification of the various subsystems and the procedures that
  govern them.
  7033          Online                     GONZALEZ, R D              INTERNET                  ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 005 -
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please          CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       Prerequisite: None.
  1114          8:00- 9:25        MW           WADE, N M                             EST 101      This course is about the fundamentals of criminal investigation and the techniques
                                                                                                  most often used to search for evidence.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                  1119           9:40-11:05       T Th         WADE, N M                             EST 101
  6921          3:30- 5:05        MW           HARTMAN, E L                      FCP HIGH
                (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                                 Evening Classes
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Fulton College Preparatory High School           3020           6:45- 9:55       T            HENDRICKS, W S                       EST 110
                located at 7477 Kester Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91504
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                pages 114-115.                                                                  ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006 -
  6901          3:30- 5:05        T Th         BAKER, R J                      BRBK HIGH        PATROL PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                (15 week class - starts 2/2/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                                 Prerequisite: None.
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Burbank High School located at                   Topics include: Patrol, selective enforcement; pull-over and approach methods;
                902 N. 3rd. Street, Burbank, CA 91502
                                                                                                  emergency pursuit driving.
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                pages 114-115.                                                                    Evening Classes
  3029          6:45- 9:55        W            BROWN, J E                           EST 104       3026           6:45- 9:55       M            CAMPBELL, N M                        EST 110

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 002 -                                                                 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 008 -
CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  JUVENILE PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                             Prerequisite: None.
  This course is about the development of American criminal law and how it has                    The organization, function and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies.
  been influenced by the common law tradition and our federal form of government.                 1115          11:20-12:45 T Th           WADE, N M                                 EST 101
  1116          8:00- 9:25        T Th         WADE, N M                             EST 101
  Evening Classes                                                                               ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 027 -
  6908          3:30- 5:05        MW           HENDRICKS, W S                  BRBK HIGH        POLICE ADMINISTRATION I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                (15 week class - starts 2/2/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                                 Prerequisite: None.
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Burbank High School located at 902 N.
                3rd. Street, Burbank, CA 91502                                                    A survey of police administration, organization, and functions: records, personnel,
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                                                                                                  public relations, executive control, and communications.
                pages 114-115.
                                                                                                  Evening Classes
  3009          6:45- 9:55        T            ORDELHEIDE, R R                      EST 107       3030           6:45- 9:55       W            ORDELHEIDE, R R                      EST 101
  3025          6:45- 9:55        W            HENDRICKS, W S                       EST 110

                                                                                                ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 039 -
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003 -                                                                 PROBATION AND PAROLE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                  This course provides students with an examination of community treatment in the
  This course is about the origin, development, and constitutional basis of evidence              correctional process including contemporary probation and parole practices.
  and the rules governing its admissibility in court.
  1117          9:40-11:05        MW           WADE, N M                             EST 101      Evening Classes
                                                                                                  3036           6:45- 9:55       T            FRIAS, M D                           EST 104
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   Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location      Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 049 -                                                             AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 004 - HONORS SECTION -
NARCOTICS AND VICE CONTROL (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                               THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                      (UC:CSU)- 3.00 UNITS
   This course examines the history, identification, and effects of vice and illegal drug     Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   crimes.                                                                                    English 101.
   1121           9:40-11:05      MW          HARTMAN, E L                      EST 105       This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                              requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                              Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075 -                                                               students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                              A survey of U.S. History from the early Colonial Era through the Civil War with
   A basic course covering the types of institutions and services involved in                 special emphasis on the contribution of the African-American.
   corrections, the aims and objectives of administration, and parole and probation.
                                                                                              8132           9:40-11:05      T Th        MORRIS, K                          FL 112
   Evening Classes                                                                            Evening Classes
   3031           6:45- 9:55      M           KRESCENT, A L                    EST 104        5073           6:45- 9:55      T           MORRIS, K                          FL 112
   3022           6:45- 9:55      Th          FRIAS, M D                       EST 104
                                                                                            AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 005 -
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 441 -                                                             THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
FIRST RESPONDERS FOR HOMELAND SECURITY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                   (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisites: None.                                                                       Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   The purpose of this course is to examine the role of First Responders and how to           English 101.
   prepare and respond to terrorist attacks through continued professional training and       U.S. History from the Civil War to the present. The African-American in the social
   education.                                                                                 and political development of American civilization.
   1120           8:00- 9:25      MW          HARTMAN, E L                      EST 105       8338           11:20-12:45     MW          MORRIS, K                          FL 112
                                                                                              8111           1:00- 2:25      MW          MORRIS, K                          FL 112
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                            AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 005 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                            THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
                                                                                            (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
            African American                                                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                              English 101.

                 Studies                                                                      This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                              requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                              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
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 004 -                                                                instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I                                    U.S. History from the Civil War to the present. The African-American in the social
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                         and political development of American civilization.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                8339           11:20-12:45     MW          MORRIS, K                          FL 112
   English 101.                                                                               8112           1:00- 2:25      MW          MORRIS, K                          FL 112
   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.
                                                                                            AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 020 -
   8131           9:40-11:05      T Th        MORRIS, K                          FL 112     AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
   5072           6:45- 9:55      T           MORRIS, K                          FL 112       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
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                              This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                              requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                              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.
                                                                                              8002           11:20-12:45     T Th        MORRIS, K                          FL 112
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  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                                  7085           Online                         FRANK, R E                         INTERNET

                          Anatomy                                                                                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
ANATOMY 001 -                                                                                     1130           9:40-11:05        MW           RAMOS, G L                           AHS 143
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                               8010           11:20-12:45       MW           HAMMONS, C S                         AHS 143
  NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9.                          Evening Classes
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring                     3057           6:45- 9:55        M            RALEIGH, M F                        AHS 143
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
  questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                      Anthropology 101 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates,
                                                                                                  see page 101.
  Prerequisite: Biology 3 with a grade of C or better.
  Study of structures and systems of the human body; includes use of models and
  dissection of selected animal organs.                                                         ANTHROPOLOGY 101 - HONORS SECTION -
  1118    LEC   8:00- 9:25       MW            BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 247     HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  &       LAB   9:40-11:05       MW            BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 247       Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  1122    LEC   8:00- 9:25       T Th          BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 247       English 101.
  &       LAB   9:40-11:05       T Th          BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 247       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  8249    LEC   1:00- 2:25       MW            STAFF                                AHS 247       requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  &       LAB   2:40- 4:05       MW            STAFF                                AHS 247       Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  1123    LEC   1:00- 2:25       T Th          BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 247       students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  &       LAB   2:40- 4:05       T Th          BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 247       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  Evening Classes                                                                                 A study of human evolution and genetics; primates, early human fossils.
  3023    LEC   5:30- 6:55        MW           ROY, K E                            AHS 247        8011           11:20-12:45       MW           HAMMONS, C S                         AHS 143
  &       LAB   7:10- 8:35        MW           ROY, K E                            AHS 247
  3024    LEC   5:30- 6:55        T Th         LE, M K                             AHS 247
  &       LAB   7:10- 8:35        T Th         LE, M K                             AHS 247      ANTHROPOLOGY 102 -
                                                                                                HUMAN WAYS OF LIFE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ANATOMY 001 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                    (May be taken before Anthropology 101)
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9.
                                                                                                  English 101.
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring
                                                                                                  An introduction to the diverse cultural lifeways of the global society. Topics include:
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
                                                                                                  ethnicity, economic and political development, religion, art, marriage and family,
  questions: (818) 947-2514.
                                                                                                  cultural change, and cultural survival.
  Prerequisite: Biology 3 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                  7051           Online                         MCDOWELL, P                        INTERNET
  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                                        To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
                                                                                                  8201           9:40-11:05        MW           SCOTT, E K                            EST 104
  students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                             Evening Classes
  Study of structures and systems of the human body; includes use of models and                   3027           6:45- 9:55        W            SISKIN, B F                         AHS 143
  dissection of selected animal organs.
                                                                                                  Anthropology 102 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
  8250    LEC 1:00- 2:25          MW           STAFF                                AHS 247       page 101.
  &       LAB 2:40- 4:05          MW           STAFF                                AHS 247

                                                                                                ANTHROPOLOGY 102 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                                HUMAN WAYS OF LIFE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

                 Anthropology                                                                     (May be taken before Anthropology 101)
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                  English 101.
                                                                                                  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
ANTHROPOLOGY 101 -                                                                                requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                     students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  English 101.                                                                                    instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  A study of human evolution and genetics, including comparative studies of living                Comparative study of cultures, emphasizing such aspects as technology, political
  primates and an examination of the human fossil record.                                         organization, language and religion.
  7050          Online                         FRANK, R E                         INTERNET        8202           9:40-11:05        MW           SCOTT, E K                            EST 104
                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.
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ANTHROPOLOGY 103 -                                                                                ANTHROPOLOGY 121 - HONORS SECTION -
ARCHAEOLOGY: RECONSTRUCTING THE HUMAN PAST                                                        ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                             (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                      Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.                                                                                     English 101.
   The Hows and Whys of Archaeology. Methods and techniques of excavation and                       This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
   reconstruction of extinct cultures. May be used in partial fulfillment of the General            requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   Education requirement for courses in the Social Sciences at Valley, CSUN and                     Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   UCLA.                                                                                            students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   1147           1:00- 4:10        M            HEIKKINEN, D L                       AHS 143       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                                                                                                    A consideration of the origins, functions and varieties of religious beliefs and
ANTHROPOLOGY 111 -                                                                                  practices, cross-culturally, with a special emphasis on small-scale societies.
LABORATORY IN HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION                                                            8020           8:00- 9:25       MW         SCOTT, E K                        BSC 103
(UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   Prerequisites: None. Corequisite: Anthropology 101.                                              FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                                    SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   Hands-on lab experiences related to human evolution including fossils, genetics,
   biological variation, primates and forensic analysis.
   1128    LEC 11:20-12:25          Th           FRANK, R E                           AHS 143
   &       LAB 12:25- 2:30          Th           FRANK, R E                           AHS 143
   Evening Classes
   3028    LEC 6:45- 7:50           T            EDGE, T R                           AHS 143                          Architecture
   &       LAB 7:50- 9:55           T            EDGE, T R                           AHS 143

ANTHROPOLOGY 121 -                                                                                ARCHITECTURE 172 -
ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT                                                    ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                               Prerequisite: None.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                    An introduction to architecture and AutoCAD. Lectures and lab cover residential
   English 101.
                                                                                                    design and building codes. Students will produce a complete set of plans for a
   This course examines the functions and varieties of religious beliefs and practices              single-story residence.
   cross-culturally, with a special emphasis on small-scale societies.
                                                                                                    1241    LEC 8:00- 9:00          T          RIDOSH, J J                             E 115
   8019           8:00- 9:25        MW     SCOTT, E K                                BSC 103        &       LAB 9:00-11:05          T          RIDOSH, J J                             E 115
   6903           8:05- 9:25        MTWThF WOLFE, L P                              POLY HIGH        &       LAB 8:00-11:05          Th         RIDOSH, J J                             E 115
                  (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)
                  *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at
                  12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.                ARCHITECTURE 173 -
                  *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See           ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                  pages 114-115.                                                                    Prerequisite: Architecture 172, with a grade of C or better.
   7005           Online                         STEIN, R L                         INTERNET        Students will develop drafting skills and fundamental understanding of buildings by
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      preparing drawings for a wood-framed structure. Includes study of design
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       principles, topics of architecture and architects.
   7009           Online                         STRAUSS, E M                       INTERNET        Evening Classes
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      5211    LEC 6:45- 7:50          T          WOODS, E A                           E 115
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          T          WOODS, E A                           E 115
   1133           9:40-11:05        T Th         SCOTT, E K                            EST 104      &       LAB 6:45- 9:55          Th         WOODS, E A                           E 115
   1131           11:20-12:45       MW           SCOTT, E K                            EST 103
   1173           11:20-12:45       T Th         SCOTT, E K                            EST 104    ARCHITECTURE 221 -
   Evening Classes                                                                                ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   3084           6:45- 9:55        Th           WOLFE, L P                          AHS 143        Prerequisite: Architecture 172 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                    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
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ARCHITECTURE 271 -                                                                               ART 102 - HONORS SECTIONS -
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING III (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                     SURVEY OF ART HISTORY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Architecture 172 with a grade of C or better.                                      Prerequisite: None.
  The preparation of detailed drawings for a steel-frame commercial building.                      This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                                   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  5212    LEC 6:45- 7:50          T            WOODS, E A                                E 115     students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          T            WOODS, E A                                E 115     instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  &       LAB 6:45- 9:55          Th           WOODS, E A                                E 115
                                                                                                   An introductory survey of the arts of the Western World from the Renaissance to
                                                                                                   the Modern Period.
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                         8025           9:40-11:05      MW         SUMNIK LEVINS, E                 ART 103

                                                                                                 ART 105 -
                                                                                                 HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
                                        Art                                                        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.
  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                1209           11:20-12:45     T Th       SUMNIK LEVINS, E                 ART 103
  for use in class assignments.                                                                    Evening Classes
                                                                                                   3014           6:45- 9:55      M          SUMNIK LEVINS, E                ART 103
ART 101 -
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                    ART 109 -
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                            THE ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA, AND ANCIENT AMERICA
                                                                                                 (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  An introductory survey of the arts of the Western World from the Prehistoric Period
  through the Middle Ages.                                                                         Prerequisite: None.

  7003          Online                         LEZO, A L                          INTERNET         A survey of the painting, sculpture, architecture and crafts of Africa, the Pacific
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             Ocean areas and the Indians of North and South America in relation to their history,
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       religion and general culture.
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
  1199          9:40-11:05        T Th         SUMNIK LEVINS, E                     ART 103
  1200          11:20-12:45       MW           SUMNIK LEVINS, E                     ART 103        3012           6:45- 9:55      W          BERSON, N F                     ART 103
  8043          1:35- 3:00        T Th         BISHOP, C L                          ART 103
                                                                                                 ART 125 - HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ART 101 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                         Prerequisite: None.
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      An introductory survey of the photography from the nineteenth century to the
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              present.
  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                          Evening Classes
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                        3034           6:45- 9:55       T         REED, D J                       ART 103
  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.                            ART 201 -
                                                                                                 DRAWING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  The visual arts of the Western World; prehistoric through the Middle Ages.
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
  8044          1:35- 3:00        T Th         BISHOP, C L                          ART 103
                                                                                                   A fundamental course stressing drawing as a visual language system. ‘Windows
                                                                                                   space,’ light logic and perspective will be emphasized while exploring various
ART 102 -                                                                                          methods and media.
SURVEY OF ART HISTORY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                     1139    LEC    9:00-10:05      MW         FULKERSON, M D                   ART 104
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              &       LAB   10:05-11:10      MW         FULKERSON, M D                   ART 104
  An introductory survey of the arts of the Western World from the Renaissance to                  1141    LEC    9:00-10:05      T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 104
  the Modern Period.                                                                               &       LAB   10:05-11:10      T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 104
  7007          Online                         BLACKWELL, P A                     INTERNET         1208    LEC    11:45- 1:50     M          HUYNH, P X                       ART 104
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             &       LAB    1:50- 3:55      M          HUYNH, P X                       ART 104
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   3387    LEC 6:05- 8:10         W          STAFF                                B 78
  1132          9:00-12:10        F            HIGHT, D M                           ART 103
                                                                                                   &       LAB 8:10-10:15         W          STAFF                                B 78
  8024          9:40-11:05        MW           SUMNIK LEVINS, E                     ART 103
  Evening Classes
  3015          3:30- 6:40        Th           HUYNH, P X                           ART 103
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ART 202 -                                                                               ART 306 -
DRAWING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        ACRYLIC PAINTING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Art 201 and Art 501 with grades of C or better.                          Prerequisite: Art 305 with a grade of C or better.
   A continuation of Art 201 into more complex problems. A broader range of media         A continuation of Acrylic Painting II with emphasis on various concepts, styles, and
   will be utilized and color and composition will be heavily emphasized.                 techniques.
   8051    LEC 9:00-11:05         M          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105       Evening Classes
   &       LAB 9:00-11:05         W          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                          5036    LEC 6:20- 8:25         T          BISHOP, C L                      ART 105
                                                                                          &       LAB 8:25-10:30         T          BISHOP, C L                      ART 105
ART 203 -
DRAWING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                       ART 307 -
   Prerequisite: Art 202 with a grade of C or better.                                   OIL PAINTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   A continuation of Art 202 into more complex problems and with a higher degree of       Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.
   technical refinement.
                                                                                          An overview of basic oil painting techniques and materials.
   8052    LEC 9:00-11:05         M          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                          8065    LEC 10:00-12:05        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105
   &       LAB 9:00-11:05         W          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                          &       LAB 12:05- 2:10        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105

ART 204 -
                                                                                        ART 308 -
LIFE DRAWING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                        OIL PAINTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Art 201 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                          Prerequisite: Art 307 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: Art 201 and
   The study of the human figure. Analysis of anatomy and essential structure.            Art 501.
   8323    LEC 11:45- 1:50        W          HUYNH, P X                     ART 105       A continuation of various historical techniques in oil painting focusing on a broader
   &       LAB 1:50- 3:55         W          HUYNH, P X                     ART 105       range of contemporary issues, with an emphasis on the figure.
   Evening Classes                                                                        8066    LEC 10:00-12:05        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105
   5112    LEC 6:05- 8:10         W          GOFFREDO, S P                  ART 105       &       LAB 12:05- 2:10        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105
   &       LAB 8:10-10:15         W          GOFFREDO, S P                  ART 105
                                                                                        ART 309 -
ART 300 -                                                                               OIL PAINTING III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                            Prerequisite: Art 308 with a of C or better. Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.                                  A continuation of Intermediate Oil Painting with emphasis on portraiture though
   An introduction to various painting materials, media and techniques. A survey of       various styles and techniques.
   both contemporary and traditional.                                                     8067    LEC 10:00-12:05        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105
   Evening Classes
                                                                                          &       LAB 12:05- 2:10        F          HUYNH, P X                       ART 105
   5030    LEC 6:20- 8:25         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
   &       LAB 8:25-10:30         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105     ART 400 -
                                                                                        INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.
ART 304 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  An introductory course in basic fine art printmaking processes.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 201 and Art 501.                                  8056    LEC 9:00- 9:30         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
   An introduction to acrylic painting materials and techniques.                          &       LAB 9:30-12:05         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110

   Evening Classes
                                                                                        ART 407 -
   5031    LEC 6:20- 8:25         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                        RELIEF PRINTMAKING I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   &       LAB 8:25-10:30         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 400, Art 201 and Art 501.
                                                                                          An introductory course in basic relief printmaking processes.
ART 305 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                 8057    LEC 9:00- 9:30         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
   Prerequisite: Art 304, Art 201 and Art 501 with grades of C or better.                 &       LAB 9:30-12:05         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
   A continuation of Acrylic Painting I with emphasis on composition.
                                                                                        ART 408 -
   Evening Classes                                                                      RELIEF PRINTMAKING II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   5032    LEC 6:20- 8:25         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105       Prerequisite: Art 407, Art 201 and Art 501 with grades of C or better.
   &       LAB 8:25-10:30         T          BISHOP, C L                    ART 105
                                                                                          A more advanced course in relief printmaking processes.
                                                                                          8058    LEC 9:00- 9:30         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
                                                                                          &       LAB 9:30-12:05         MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
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ART 411 -                                                                               ART 605 -
PRINTMAKING STUDIO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT                                                 GRAPHIC DESIGN II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Art 400 with a grade of C or better.                                      Prerequisite: Art 604 with a grade of C or better.
  A course providing serious beginning and advanced printmaking students the              A continuing study of graphic communication to the interaction between designer
  opportunity to explore processes in greater depth with the full resources of the        and client.
  printmaking laboratory.
                                                                                          Evening Classes
  8059           9:00-10:25      MW         STUDLEY, V D                     ART 110
                                                                                          5064     LEC 6:05- 8:10        M          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
                                                                                          &        LAB 8:10-10:15        M          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
ART 501 -                                                                                 Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
BEGINNING TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                        ART 606 -
  Fundamental course presenting the elements and principles common to visual arts,      GRAPHIC DESIGN III (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  with special emphasis on application to the two-dimensional arts.                       Prerequisite: Art 605 with a grade of C or better.
  1140     LEC 11:20- 1:25       T          BISHOP, C L                      ART 104      Advance exploration of graphic communication. Assignments will focus on complex
  &        LAB 11:20- 1:25       Th         BISHOP, C L                      ART 104      problems in Graphic Design.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                          Evening Classes
  3040     LEC   3:30- 5:35      T          BISHOP, C L                     ART 104
                                                                                          5065     LEC 6:05- 8:10        M          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
  &        LAB   3:30- 5:35      Th         BISHOP, C L                     ART 104
                                                                                          &        LAB 8:10-10:15        M          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
  3042     LEC   6:05- 8:10      M          BAVARO, J J                     ART 104
                                                                                          Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
  &        LAB   8:10-10:15      M          BAVARO, J J                     ART 104
  3035     LEC   6:05- 8:10      W          STAFF                           ART 104
  &        LAB   8:10-10:15      W          STAFF                           ART 104     ART 618 -
                                                                                        ADVERTISING PHOTO/GRAPHICS I - 4.00 UNITS
ART 502 -                                                                                 Prerequisite: None.
BEGINNING THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                  An introduction to photographic imaging for graphic design; an exploration of
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     technical, aesthetic and organizational aspects of photography for graphic
                                                                                          communication.
  A fundamental course involving relationships of elements common to three-
  dimensional visual arts.                                                                8102     LEC 1:45- 2:50        T Th       MOSSMAN, T L                      ART 111
                                                                                          &        LAB 2:50- 4:55        T Th       MOSSMAN, T L                      ART 111
  1284     LEC 9:00-11:05        T          STAFF                            ART 110
                                                                                          Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
  &        LAB 9:00-11:05        Th         STAFF                            ART 110
  Evening Classes
                                                                                        ART 619 -
  3043     LEC 5:00- 7:05        M          CARTER, J                       ART 110
                                                                                        ADVERTISING PHOTO/GRAPHICS II - 4.00 UNITS
  &        LAB 5:00- 7:05        W          CARTER, J                       ART 110
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          Advanced photographic imaging for graphic design; a detailed exploration of the
ART 600 -                                                                                 technical, aesthetic and organizational aspects of photography for graphic
LETTERING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                            communication focusing on the computer as an essential tool.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     8103     LEC 1:45- 2:50        T Th       MOSSMAN, T L                      ART 111
  Study of letter forms with emphasis on their use in graphic communication. Focus        &        LAB 2:50- 4:55        T Th       MOSSMAN, T L                      ART 111
  is placed on style, spacing, proportion and their applied use in Graphic Design.        Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
  1287     LEC 1:45- 2:50        MW         MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
  &        LAB 2:50- 3:55        MW         MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111    ART 626 -
  Computers; Graphic Arts Lab                                                           ART PRODUCTION METHODS I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 600.
ART 604 -                                                                                 Tools, materials, and techniques for reproducing art work. Includes paste-up, color
GRAPHIC DESIGN I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                       separation, and typesetting.
  Prerequisite: Art 501 and Art 600 with grades of C or better.
                                                                                          Evening Classes
  Introduction to Graphic Design: Beginning studies in graphic communication
  combining typography and art, applying principles of beginning two-dimensional          3045     LEC 6:05- 8:10        W          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
  design.                                                                                 &        LAB 8:10-10:15        W          MOSSMAN, T L                     ART 111
                                                                                          Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
  Evening Classes
  5063     LEC 6:05- 8:10        M          MOSSMAN, T L                    ART 111
                                                                                        ART 700 -
  &        LAB 8:10-10:15        M          MOSSMAN, T L                    ART 111
                                                                                        INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Computers; Graphic Arts Lab
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 502.
                                                                                          Students will create three-dimensional structures while refining their artistic
                                                                                          expression, with sensitivity to materials and concepts.
                                                                                          8031     LEC 1:00- 1:30        MW         CARTER, J                         ART 110
                                                                                          &        LAB 1:30- 4:05        MW         CARTER, J                         ART 110
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ART 701 -                                                                               ART 711 -
SCULPTURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                       CERAMICS III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Art 700 and Art 502 with grades of C or better.                          Prerequisite: Art 710 with a grade of C or better.
   Students will explore more extensive sculptural techniques, including modeling,        A course offering advanced forming techniques, history of ceramics, advanced
   carving, mold-making, fabrications, environmental and conceptual art.                  glazing techniques, and firing kilns.
   8032    LEC 1:00- 1:30        MW         CARTER, J                       ART 110       8079    LEC 12:35- 1:05        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 100
   &       LAB 1:30- 4:05        MW         CARTER, J                       ART 110       &       LAB 1:05- 3:40         T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 100
                                                                                          Ceramics Lab

ART 702 -                                                                                 Evening Classes
SCULPTURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        5081    LEC 6:05- 6:35         T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 100
   Prerequisite: Art 701 with a grade of C or better.                                     &       LAB 6:35- 9:10         T Th       FULKERSON, M D                   ART 100
                                                                                          Ceramics Lab
   The continued study of the evolution of contemporary sculpture with emphasis on
   site work.
                                                                                          FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   8033    LEC 1:00- 1:30        MW         CARTER, J                       ART 110       SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   &       LAB 1:30- 4:05        MW         CARTER, J                       ART 110

ART 708 -
INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Art 501 or Art 502.
   Introduction to ceramic processes: basic forming methods, design aspects, clay and
                                                                                                                Astronomy
   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     ASTRONOMY 001 -
   Ceramics Lab                                                                         ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes                                                                        Prerequisite: None.
   5078    LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100        A study of early astronomy, the moon, sun, planets, stellar origin and evolution,
   &       LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100        nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology.
   Ceramics Lab                                                                           1149           9:40-11:05      MW         FALK, D J                             PLN
                                                                                          1291           9:40-11:05      T Th       FALK, D J                             PLN
ART 709 -                                                                                 1151           11:20-12:45     MW         FALK, D J                             PLN
CERAMICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                          1150           11:20-12:45     T Th       FALK, D J                             PLN
   Prerequisite: Art 501 and Art 708 with grades of C or better.
   Recommended: Art 502.                                                                ASTRONOMY 005 -
   Continuing course in ceramic processes with emphasis placed on ceramic design        FUNDAMENTALS OF ASTRONOMY LABORATORY
   and glaze chemistry.                                                                 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT
   8077 LEC 12:35- 1:05          T Th       FULKERSON, M D                  ART 100       (Offered Fall & Spring evenings only.)
   &      LAB 1:05- 3:40         T Th       FULKERSON, M D                  ART 100       Corequisite: Astronomy 1.
   Ceramics Lab                                                                           Using the planetarium and telescopes, this class will study the methods used by
   Evening Classes                                                                        astronomers to determine the nature of our universe. A $5.00 lab fee will be
   5079    LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100        assessed.
   &       LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100        Evening Classes
   Ceramics Lab
                                                                                          3046           6:45- 9:55      M          FALK, D J                            PLN
                                                                                          3047           6:45- 9:55      W          JANDORF, H R                         PLN
ART 710 -
CERAMICS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                         FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   Prerequisite: Art 709 and Art 502 with grades of C or better.                          SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

   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
   Ceramics Lab
   Evening Classes
                                                                                                                Basic Skills
   5080    LEC 6:05- 6:35        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100        (See Noncredit Courses page 90)
   &       LAB 6:35- 9:10        T Th       FULKERSON, M D                 ART 100
   Ceramics Lab
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                                                                                                 BIOLOGY 006 -
                              Biology                                                            GENERAL BIOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
                                                                                                   NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring
                                                                                                   services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
BIOLOGY 003 -                                                                                      questions: (818) 947-2514.
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                                      Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 and Mathematics 125 with grades of C or better, or
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring                      equivalent.
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with                      This course is intended for biology majors, pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy
  questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                       and pre-veterinary students. It covers cellular and molecular biology, genetics,
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              human anatomy and physiology, and developmental biology.
  Lecture and laboratory study of major concepts of biology, cellular structure and                8086    LEC    9:40-11:05       MW           GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 243
  function, genetics, evolution and organization of living organisms. Field trips are              &       LAB    9:40-12:50       T Th         GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 251
  included.                                                                                        1162    LEC    11:20-12:45      T Th         BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 239
  7401        Online                            BALDWIN, S L                       INTERNET        &       LAB    1:00- 4:10       MW           BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 251
  &       LEC 8:00- 8:50           F            BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 148
  &       LAB 9:00-12:10           F            BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 151     BIOLOGY 006 - HONORS SECTION -
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                    GENERAL BIOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
  1153    LEC    8:00- 9:25        MW           BROCKMANN, E H                       EST 104       NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring
  &       LAB    9:40-12:50        M            BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 151       services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
  1148    LEC    8:00- 9:25        T Th         HOUGHTON, J L                        AHS 239       questions: (818) 947-2514.
  &       LAB    9:40-12:50        Th           HOUGHTON, J L                        AHS 155       Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 and Mathematics 125 with grades of C or better, or
  1155    LEC    9:40-11:05        MW           BIGELOW, R H                         AHS 152       equivalent.
  &       LAB   11:20- 2:30        W            BIGELOW, R H                         AHS 151       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  8150    LEC    9:40-11:05        T Th         POLASEK, L M                         AHS 239       requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  &       LAB    8:00- 9:25        T Th         POLASEK, L M                         AHS 152
                                                                                                   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  1156    LEC    9:40-11:05        T Th         HOYER, P                             AHS 248
                                                                                                   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  &       LAB    1:15- 4:25        T            HOYER, P                             AHS 151       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  1157    LEC    11:20-12:45       MW           HOYER, P                             AHS 156
  &       LAB    1:00- 4:10        M            HOYER, P                             AHS 151       This course is intended for biology majors, pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy
                                                                                                   and pre-veterinary students. It covers cellular and molecular biology, genetics,
  1158    LEC    11:20-12:45       MW           LONQUICH, P D                        EST 107       human anatomy and physiology, and developmental biology.
  &       LAB    8:00-11:10        W            LONQUICH, P D                        AHS 151
  1159    LEC    1:00- 2:25        MW           FRANTZ, J C                          AHS 156       8087    LEC 9:40-11:05          MW           GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 243
  &       LAB    1:15- 4:25        Th           MORA GARCIA, P E                     AHS 151       &       LAB 9:40-12:50          T Th         GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 251
  1160    LEC    1:00- 2:25        T Th         FRANTZ, J C                          EST 107
  &       LAB    9:40-12:50        T            FRANTZ, J C                          AHS 151     BIOLOGY 007 -
  Evening Classes                                                                                GENERAL BIOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  3048    LEC    3:30- 4:55        MW           KRAUSS, W T                         AHS 152        (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)
  &       LAB    5:00- 6:25        MW           KRAUSS, W T                         AHS 151        NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring
  3049    LEC    5:30- 8:40        Th           MOKHNATKINA, A                      AHS 156        services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
  &       LAB    5:30- 8:40        T            MOKHNATKINA, A                      AHS 151        questions: (818) 947-2514.
  3050    LEC    6:00- 9:10        T            WITHERS, R R                        AHS 156        Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. See
  &       LAB    6:00- 9:10        Th           WITHERS, R R                        AHS 151        Biology chair regarding concurrent enrollment.
  3041    LEC    6:45- 8:10        MW           GAGNE, C A                          AHS 152        Biological concepts, including evolution, biological diversity, adaptation and ecology
  &       LAB    8:30- 9:55        MW           GAGNE, C A                          AHS 151        involving uni cellular and multi cellular organisms. Field trips are included.
                                                                                                   7443    LEC Online                           GREEN MARROQUIN, B L               INTERNET
BIOLOGY 003 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                     &       LAB 2:00- 5:10           T Th        GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 248
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                                                    To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring                                    www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
  questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                       8045    LEC   11:20-12:45        MW          BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 239
                                                                                                   &       LAB    8:00-11:10        MW          BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 248
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   8007    LEC    1:00- 2:25       T Th         KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 239
  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program                           &       LAB    1:00- 4:10       MW           KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 248
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  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
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BIOLOGY 007 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                   BIOLOGY 185 - DIRECTED STUDY -
GENERAL BIOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                         BIOLOGY (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 2
   (Biology 7 may be taken before Biology 6.)                                                      Prerequisite: None.
   NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring                     NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
   services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with                     NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;
   questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                      CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND
   Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 or equivalent with a grade of C or better.                        ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
                                                                                                   OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                       Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the
                                                                                                   direction of a supervising instructor.
   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            1164          9:00- 11:00        F            BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                     AHS 148
                                                                                                                 *NOTE: Class meets 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/12, 4/26, 5/10 and 5/24 for 2
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                                           hours. Class covers selected topics in biology with presentation tech-
   Biological concepts, including evolution, biological diversity, adaptation and ecology                        nique. Contact instructor for details (818) 947-2880.
   involving uni cellular and multi cellular                                                       1166          8:00- 11:00        F            HUANG, S S                             AHS 239
                                                                                                                 *NOTE: Class meets 2/8, 2/22, 3/1, 3/8, and 3/15 for 3 hours. Birds of
   8046    LEC   11:20-12:45        MW          BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 239                     Los Angeles. 5 weeks class ends March 15, 2013. Contact instructor for
   &       LAB    8:00-11:10       MW           BALDWIN, S L                         AHS 248                     details at (818) 947-2877 or huangss@lavc.edu .
   8008    LEC    1:00- 2:25       T Th         KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 239       1167          9:00- 11:00        F            GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                   AHS 148
   &       LAB    1:00- 4:10       MW           KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 248                     *NOTE: Class meets 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, and 5/24 for 2
                                                                                                                 hours. Class covers selected topics in biology with presentation tech-
                                                                                                                 nique. Contact instructor for details (818) 947-2878.
BIOLOGY 022 -                                                                                      1183          8:00- 12:00        F            KOVNAT, G D                            AHS 222
MARINE BIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                                                             *Floristics: the collection, pressing, mounting, and identification of natu-
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                           ralized Southern California plants. Class meets 2/15, 3/1, 3/8 and 5/3 for
                                                                                                                 4 hours. Contact instructor for details at (818) 947-2881, and visit
   Investigation of marine plants and animals. Study of intertidal, subtidal and                                 instructor web site for details.
   offshore marine habitats. Effect of human impact on marine environment will be
   reviewed. Field trips to Southern California marine habitats will be offered.
   1223    LEC    8:00- 9:25       MW           FRANTZ, J C                          AHS 156     BIOLOGY 285 - DIRECTED STUDY -
   &       LAB    9:35-11:00       MW           FRANTZ, J C                          AHS 156     BIOLOGY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   1230    LEC    8:00- 9:25       T Th         KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 156       Prerequisite: None.
   &       LAB    9:35-11:00       T Th         KOVNAT, G D                          AHS 156       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
BIOLOGY 033 -                                                                                      ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                             OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                             Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the
   Develops a comprehensive medical vocabulary applicable to all specialties of                    direction of a supervising instructor.
   medicine, through the learning of Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes root words and             1168          2 hrs 05 mins TBA               GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                   AHS 239
   combining forms. Training in the spelling, pronunciation and definitions of medical
   terms is provided. A brief overview of human anatomy is included.
   7008           Online                        BALDWIN, S L                       INTERNET      BIOLOGY 385 - DIRECTED STUDY -
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please          BIOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      Prerequisite: None.
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
   1293           8:00-11:05          F         MILLER, B S                           EST 104
                                                                                                   NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;
   Evening Classes                                                                                 CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND
   3052           6:00- 9:10       Th           HAVENHILL, R M                        CC 206       ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
                                                                                                   OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.

BIOLOGY 040 -                                                                                      Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Biology on a contract basis under the
                                                                                                   direction of a supervising instructor.
THE SCIENCE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Biology 6 and Chemistry 101 with grades of C or better.                           1184          3 hrs 10 mins TBA               HUANG, S S                             AHS 247
   This is a comprehensive introductory course to the science of biotechnology.
                                                                                                   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   1674    LEC    8:00-10:30       MTWThF       BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 248       SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   OR      LEC    8:00-10:30       MTWThF       GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 248
   &       LEC    10:30-12:40      MTWThF       BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 248
   OR      LEC    10:30-12:40      MTWThF       GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 248
   &       LAB    12:45- 3:15      MTWThF       BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 251
   OR      LAB    12:45- 3:15      MTWThF       GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 251
   &       LAB    3:15- 5:25       MTWThF       BROCKMANN, E H                       AHS 251
   OR      LAB    3:15- 5:25       MTWThF       GREEN MARROQUIN, B L                 AHS 251
                 (2 week class - starts 6/4/2013, ends 6/14/2013)
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  Section #    Time               Day          Instructor                            Location      Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                                 BROADCASTING 011 -
                  Broadcasting                                                                   DIGITAL AUDIO EDITING AND PRODUCTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                                   (Not offered every semester.)
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   The course is designed to provide an overview of digital audio editing and
BROADCASTING 001 -                                                                                 production. Students will learn how to create and develop pre-recorded selling
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING                                                  messages for the radio and the internet.
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                                 7004           Online                        BEATON, J                          INTERNET
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                      &              Online                        BEATON, J                          INTERNET
  English 101.                                                                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  Basic phases of radio, television and other mass media broadcasting, focusing on                               www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  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.                                               BROADCASTING 021 -
  7082          Online                         BEATON, J                          INTERNET       RADIO AND TELEVISION ADVERTISING AND SALES
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please           (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        (Not offered every semester.)
  1154          1:00- 2:25        MW           MERRIFIELD, R S                           H 115     Prerequisites: None.
  1144          1:00- 4:10        Th           STAFF                                     H 115     The course is designed to provide an overview of radio and television sales. How to
  Evening Classes                                                                                  sell, develop sales packages, ratings, non-traditional revenue, rate sheets, day part
                                                                                                   selling and more.
  3064          6:45- 9:55        T            MASON, S C                                H 110
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
BROADCASTING 003 -                                                                                 3054           3:30- 6:40       W            BEATON, J                                 H 112
VOICE AND DICTION FOR RADIO AND TELEVISION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                            BROADCASTING 022 -
  Microphone experience in developing and improving effective vocal techniques for               RADIO/TELEVISION ACTIVITIES (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  radio, TV, cable, and voice-over announcing.                                                     Prerequisite: Broadcasting 10 or 46 with a grade of C or better.
  7010          Online                         BEATON, J                          INTERNET         Special problems in production, programming, research and management in
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             broadcast media. Practical production assignments.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        1235           3 hrs 10 mins TBA             NASTASIA, G M                             H 112
  1169          11:20-12:45       T Th         NASTASIA, G M                             H 112
                                                                                                 BROADCASTING 025 -
BROADCASTING 005 -                                                                               RADIO/TV/FILM WRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
RADIO AND TELEVISION ACTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1                                               Prerequisite: None.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Analysis of the form and style of radio, television and film scripts and program
  An introductory workshop in the techniques and methods of radio and television                   formats. Preparation of scripts for radio, television and film.
  acting.                                                                                          NOTE: Students will be required to provide materials to complete class
                                                                                                   assignments. Additional time required.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                   1175           9:30-12:40       Sat          SAVAGE, T L                           CC 206
  5088    LEC 6:30- 8:35          M            BALLEW, R S                           TV STD
                                                                                                   1171           1:00- 4:10       W            WATANABE, D S                         CC 200
  &       LAB 8:35-10:40          M            BALLEW, R S                           TV STD

                                                                                                 BROADCASTING 026 -
BROADCASTING 010 -
                                                                                                 TV-FILM AESTHETICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
RADIO PROGRAMMING AND PRODUCTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   An appreciative survey of television film and video communicative art forms. TV
  A workshop in contemporary radio, including announcing, live-mike performance,                   film and video programs are viewed, analyzed and critiqued.
  radio station operations, etc. Work on KVCM, campus radio station.
                                                                                                   1172           1:00- 2:25       MW           NASTASIA, G M                             H 111
  1227    LEC 1:00- 3:05    T                  NASTASIA, G M                             H 112
                                                                                                   1202           1:00- 4:10       TTh          NASTASIA, G M                             H 111
  &       LAB 3 hrs 10 mins TBA                NASTASIA, G M                             H 112
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                   3037           6:45- 9:55       W            RODRIGUEZ, A                              H 113
  3053    LEC 4:30- 6:35    Th                 BEATON, J                                 H 112
  &       LAB 3 hrs 10 mins TBA                BEATON, J                                 H 112
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                                                     27
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BROADCASTING 028 -
TELEVISION ANNOUNCING I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                       Business
   Training in various formats of television announcing ranging from news, special           NOTE: See also Accounting, Finance, Law, Management, Marketing, and
   events, hosting, interviewing, and others. Emphasis is on student “on camera”             Real Estate.
   delivery style and script research and analysis.
   1170           9:40-11:05       T Th      BALLEW, B A                       TV STD      BUSINESS 001 -
                                                                                           INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
BROADCASTING 031 -                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
ADVANCED VOICE-OVER (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2                                                 This course covers the meaning and purpose of business in society, the historical
   (Not offered every semester.)                                                             development of business, the current economic setting, and an extensive
                                                                                             introduction to business area.
   Prerequisite: Broadcasting 17 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                             7018          Online                         SIOUKAS, A V                       INTERNET
   Advanced voice-over techniques for radio broadcast and television.                                      To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1163           9:00-12:10       Th        RYE, D F                               B 50                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                           www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                             7019          Online                         SIOUKAS, A V                       INTERNET
BROADCASTING 045 -                                                                                         To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
ADVANCED WORKSHOP FOR TV ACTING AND DIRECTING -                                                            go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                           www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
   Prerequisite: Broadcasting 5 with a grade of C or better.                                 1663          9:40-11:05        MW           NEAL, E B                                 BJ 108
                                                                                             1174          1:00- 2:25        T Th         STAFF                                     BJ 108
   Intensive practice in advanced techniques of television acting and directing.
                                                                                             Evening Classes
   Evening Classes                                                                           3062          6:45- 9:55        T            SIOUKAS, A V                          BJ 106
   5089           6:30-10:45       M         BALLEW, R S                      TV STD
                                                                                           BUSINESS 031 -
BROADCASTING 046 -                                                                         BUSINESS ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
FUNDAMENTALS OF TELEVISION PRODUCTION                                                        Students may not earn credit for both Business 31 and CAOT 31.
(CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                             Prerequisite: None.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             Instruction in the mechanics of English. The course covers punctuation, sentence
   Teaches production, direction and operation of audio and video equipment for              structure, paragraph writing, words usage, sentence construction, paragraph
   television, industrial and cable programming.                                             development and effective development of English communication skills.
   NOTE: Students will need to provide instructional materials to complete class             7205          Online                         JENNINGS, A H                      INTERNET
   assignments. Additional time required.                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1228    LEC 9:40-12:50          M         NASTASIA, G M                     TV STD                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                           www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   &       LAB 9:40-12:50          W         NASTASIA, G M                     TV STD
                                                                                             7200          Online                         JENNINGS, A H                      INTERNET
                                                                                                           To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
BROADCASTING 081 - FIELD WORK I -                                                                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                           www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
BROADCASTING (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 1
   (Not offered every semester.)                                                             8050          9:40-12:50        M            PAKES, J D                                BJ 111
   Prerequisite: Broadcasting 10 or 46 or 25 or Cinema 101 or Media Arts 101 with a
   grade of C or better. Open entry/exit.                                                  BUSINESS 032 -
   For students currently working in paid or unpaid positions in the Broadcasting          BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   industries at least 2 hours per week. Contact instructor at start of semester.            Students may not earn credit for both Business 32 and CAOT 32.
   1234           1:00- 3:05       Th        SWELSTAD, E J                         CC 12     Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             Emphasizes the concepts of effective written and oral communication in business.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                              Develops the ability to write effective business memorandums, letters, e-mails and
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                  short reports. Develops the ability to create and present oral presentations.
                                                                                             8040          9:40-12:50        T            SIEGEL CLARK, J S                         BJ 101
                                                                                             8113          9:40-12:50        Th           STAFF                                     BJ 101
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  Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


BUSINESS 038 -                                                                                   CHEMISTRY 068 -
BUSINESS COMPUTATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                         PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Mathematics 120 and concurrent
  The student will review whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages and                      enrollment in Mathematics 125
  ratios. Applications of basic mathematics to business; checking accounts, trade                  Elementary chemical principles and laws with applications to industrial,
  discounts, markups, payroll, promissory notes, interest, inventory, and depreciation             environmental, and health issues. Lab will introduce safety, scientific observation,
  will also be taught.                                                                             measurement, use of chemicals, and will utilize computer tutorial software with an
                                                                                                   emphasis on chemical stoichiometry and gas law calculations.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                   7408    LEC Online                           FICKEL, T E                        INTERNET
  3097           6:45- 9:55          Th         STAFF                               BSC 104
                                                                                                   &       LEC Online                           FICKEL, T E                        INTERNET
                                                                                                   &       LAB 7:30- 9:35          T            FICKEL, T E                          AHS 346
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                                       go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   1738    LEC    1:00- 2:15       MW           SWEETMAN, L L                        EST 107
                                                                                                   &       LEC    2:20- 3:30       MW           SWEETMAN, L L                        EST 107
                                                                                                   &       LAB    3:35- 5:40       M            SWEETMAN, L L                        AHS 346

                         Chemistry                                                                 &
                                                                                                   7409
                                                                                                           LAB
                                                                                                           LEC
                                                                                                                  3:35- 5:40
                                                                                                                  Online
                                                                                                                                   W            SWEETMAN, L L
                                                                                                                                                FICKEL, T E
                                                                                                                                                                                     AHS 150
                                                                                                                                                                                   INTERNET
                                                                                                   &       LEC    Online                        FICKEL, T E                        INTERNET
                                                                                                   &       LAB   10:00-12:05       T            FICKEL, T E                          AHS 346
                                                                                                                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
CHEMISTRY 051 -                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Mathematics 115.
  A descriptive course encompassing basic concepts of inorganic, organic and                     CHEMISTRY 101 -
  biological chemistry with applications to health and environmental issues. This                GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  course is for students requiring a physical science with lab (liberal arts, elementary           If you have NOT passed Chemistry 60 or Chemistry 68 or do NOT have credit for
  education and allied health related majors) but is not intended for students                     an equivalent college level course you plan to enroll in Chemistry 101, then you
  planning to enroll in Chemistry 101.                                                             must take the LAVC Chemistry 101 Readiness Exam. The Testing office administers
  1661    LEC    7:30- 8:55        MW           FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 149       the exam during the enrollment period. Test dates and times are available in the
  &       LEC    9:00-10:05        M            FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 150       testing office.
  &       LAB    9:00-11:05        W            FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 346       Prerequisites: Chemistry 60 or 68 and Mathematics 125 with grades of C or better.
  &       LAB   10:05-11:05        M            FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 150       Students without an equivalent college-level chemistry class on their official
  1676    LEC    11:10-12:35       T Th         ANDERIASSIAN, E                         B 51       transcript must take the Chemistry 101 Readiness Exam.
  &       LEC    12:40- 1:45       T            ANDERIASSIAN, E                         B 51
                                                                                                   A study of chemical principles and laws with an emphasis on chemical
  &       LAB   12:45- 2:50        Th           ANDERIASSIAN, E                      AHS 346
                                                                                                   stoichiometry and concentration calculations, gas laws, thermochemistry,
  &       LAB    1:55- 2:55        T            ANDERIASSIAN, E                      AHS 346       introductory quantum mechanics, bonding, molecular geometry, unit cell
  7407    LEC    Online                         FICKEL, T E                        INTERNET        calculations, and colligative properties. Lab work includes gravimetric analysis,
  &       LAB    Online                         FICKEL, T E                        INTERNET        titration, and observation.
  &       LAB   11:20-12:25        W            FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 346
                                                                                                   1176    LEC    11:10-12:35      MW           MILLIGAN, J A                        EST 104
  &       LAB   12:30- 2:35        W            FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 346
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please            &       LAB   12:45- 1:50       MW           MILLIGAN, J A                        AHS 341
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      &       LAB    1:55- 4:00       MW           MILLIGAN, J A                        AHS 341
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       1677    LEC    11:10-12:35      MW           MILLIGAN, J A                        EST 104
  1678    LEC    1:30- 2:55        MW           SHAHAB, M                            EST 103       &       LEC    11:10-12:15      T Th         MILLIGAN, J A                        AHS 341
  &       LEC    3:00- 4:05        M            SHAHAB, M                            EST 103       &       LAB   12:20- 2:25       T Th         MILLIGAN, J A                        AHS 341
  &       LAB    4:10- 5:10        M            SHAHAB, M                            EST 103       Evening Classes
  &       LAB    3:00- 5:10        W            SHAHAB, M                            AHS 346       3068    LEC 5:00- 6:25          MW           YADEGAR, S                          AHS 341
  Evening Classes                                                                                  &       LEC 6:30- 7:35          MW           YADEGAR, S                          AHS 341
  3066    LEC    6:00- 7:25        T Th         CHO, V A                            AHS 346        &       LAB 7:40- 9:45          MW           YADEGAR, S                          AHS 341
  &       LEC    7:30- 8:35        T            CHO, V A                            AHS 346
  &       LAB    7:30- 9:35        Th           CHO, V A                            AHS 346      CHEMISTRY 102 -
  &       LAB    8:40- 9:40        T            CHO, V A                            AHS 346      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 9:00-10:05          T Th         FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 345
                                                                                                   &       LAB 10:05-12:10         T Th         FRIEDMAN, E S                        AHS 345
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
                                                                                                   3069    LEC 5:00- 6:25          MW           MILLIGAN, J A                       AHS 345
                                                                                                   &       LEC 6:30- 7:35          MW           MILLIGAN, J A                       AHS 345
                                                                                                   &       LAB 7:40- 9:45          MW           MILLIGAN, J A                       AHS 345
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CHEMISTRY 211 -                                                                                CHICANO STUDIES 008 -
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I                                                         THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                                          (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisites: Chemistry 102 with grades of C or better.                                      Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                 English 101.
   Introduction to the topological, physical, and chemical properties of carbon-
   containing compounds. Laboratory emphasis on the preparation, isolation,                      The Chicano socio-historical, political experience in the United States from the mid
   purification and analysis of organic compounds.                                               19th century through the twentieth century. Emphasis will be on Chicano
                                                                                                 participation, contributions and experiences in American society. This course fulfills
   Evening Classes                                                                               the state graduation requirement in U.S. History and state and local government
                                                                                                 and (US-1) of the CSU American Institutions Requirement.
   3402    LEC    5:00- 6:25      MW           ELIAS, W M                         EST 108
   &       LEC    6:30- 7:35      MW           ELIAS, W M                         EST 108        1182           8:00- 9:25       T Th   LACARRA, R D                               FL 111
   &       LAB    7:40- 9:45      MW           ELIAS, W M                         AHS 342        6907           8:25- 9:35       MTWThF HERNANDEZ, J G                         BIRM HIGH
                                                                                                                (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)
   3403    LEC    5:00- 6:20      MW           ELIAS, W M                         EST 108                       *NOTE: This course is offered at Birmingham High School located at
   &       LEC    1:40- 2:45      T Th         ELIAS, W M                         EST 108                       17000 Haynes Street, Van Nuys, CA 91406
   &       LAB    2:50- 4:55      T Th         ELIAS, W M                         AHS 342                       *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                                                                                                                pages 114-115.
                                                                                                 6911           8:25- 9:35       MTWThF DE LA O, I J                           BIRM HIGH
CHEMISTRY 212 -                                                                                                 (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2013, Ends 3/22/2013 )
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS II                                                                         *NOTE: This course is offered at Birmingham High School located at
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                                                           17000 Haynes Street, Van Nuys, CA 91406
   Prerequisite: Chemistry 211 with a grade of C or better.                                                     *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                                                                                                                pages 114-115.
   A continuation of Chemistry 211 with emphasis on structural, physical, and                    8172           9:40-11:05       MW           LOPEZ, P J                            FL 111
   chemical properties of organic compounds and molecules of biological importance.
   Lab emphasis on preparation, isolation, and purification of carbon-containing
                                                                                                 1181           11:20-12:45      T Th         LOPEZ, P J                            FL 111
   compounds.
   Evening Classes                                                                             CHICANO STUDIES 008 - HONORS SECTION -
   3070    LEC 5:00- 6:25         T Th         ELIAS, W M                         EST 108      THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
   &       LEC 6:30- 7:35         T Th         ELIAS, W M                         EST 108      (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   &       LAB 7:40- 9:45         T Th         ELIAS, W M                         AHS 342        Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                 English 101.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                      requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                                 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
               Chicano Studies                                                                   clash of Anglo-Saxon and Mexican society.
                                                                                                 8173           9:40-11:05       MW           LOPEZ, P J                            FL 111


CHICANO STUDIES 002 -                                                                          CHICANO STUDIES 044 -
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY                                                   MEXICAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                            (Same as Spanish 16)
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                   Prerequisite: None.
   English 101.
                                                                                                 Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods and their influence on mores, art,
   This course investigates the most relevant issues facing the Chicano community                literature, and music to present times.
   today: public health, educational inequities, political under-representation, and
   immigration policies.                                                                         8129           9:40-11:05       T Th         LOPEZ, P J                            FL 111
   6934           7:00- 7:50      M WThF HERRERA, X                              ARL HIGH
                 (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                               FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                 *NOTE: This course is offered at Arleta High School located at 14200            SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                 Van Nuys Blvd., Arleta, CA 91331. Go to Admin. for room.
                 *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                 pages 114-115.
   1178           11:20-12:45     MW           LOPEZ, P J                            FL 111

CHICANO STUDIES 007 -
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.
   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         LACARRA, R D                          FL 111
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                                                                                                CHILD DEVELOPMENT 004 -
         Child Development                                                                      CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28.
                                                                                                  Skills in curriculum planning, classroom organization, language arts, media/
  Careers in Child Development courses are listed as Family and Consumer Studies 1                technology, health and safety, cooking/food, math, science, and social studies.
  in the Family and Consumer section of the schedule.
                                                                                                  Dept. of Social Services DS 3.
  For marriage and family studies, see Family and Consumer Studies 31.                            1193          8:00-11:10     Sat             POURROY, D                        CDFC 159
  The State of California Dept. of Social Services has standardized all CD course                 1195          11:20-12:45 T Th               BACA, T J                         CDFC 159
  numbers throughout the state. These are designated as DS in some courses.                       Evening Classes
                                                                                                  3082           6:45- 9:55        M           POURROY, D                        CDFC 159
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001 -
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                              CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010 -
  Prerequisite: English 28 or English 363 with a grade of C or better, or placement             HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  into English 101. Recommended: Psychology 1.                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1.
  Developmental theories from pre-natal to adolescents will be covered in this                    In this course special health problems of young children are identified such as
  course. The following developmental domains will be discussed: physical, mental,                nutrition, childhood infectious diseases, preventing injuries, mental health, first aid
  social and emotional.                                                                           and resource and referral agencies.
  Dept. of Social Services DS 1.                                                                  Dept. of Social Services DS 7.
  7001           Online                        BAGHDASERIANS, E                   INTERNET        1191           1:00- 2:25        T Th        BAGHDASERIANS, E                   CDFC 160
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      Evening Classes
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       3083           6:45- 9:55        Th          GETSKOW, V A                      CDFC 160
  1186           8:00- 9:25        T Th        FARHOOD, F E                       CDFC 155
  1190           8:00-11:10        Sat         VALDOVINOS, C                      CDFC 160      CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011 -
  1185           9:40-11:05        MW          CHAKERIAN, L                       CDFC 160      CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  1189           1:00- 2:25        T Th        LOPEZ, M G                         CDFC 156
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                  Survey of sociological, cultural and economic influences on children and family life
  3074           3:30- 6:40        W           VAZQUEZ, L E                       CDFC 160        patterns.
  3079           6:45- 9:55        M           HARDY, L G                         CDFC 160
                                                                                                  Dept. of Social Services DS 2.
  3077           6:45- 9:55        T           MANDOSSIAN, S                      CDFC 160
  3078           6:45- 9:55        W           BERG, R L                          CDFC 159        1188           8:00-11:05        Sat         BAGHDASERIANS, E                  CDFC 155
                                                                                                  1198           9:40-11:05        MW          BACA, T J                         CDFC 159
                                                                                                  1192           9:40-11:05        T Th        BAGHDASERIANS, E                  CDFC 160
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002 -                                                                           1194           11:20-12:45       MW          BACA, T J                         CDFC 159
EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                      6904           2:30- 5:50        T           ASLANIAN, M D                    SNFR HIGH
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.                                           (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
                                                                                                                 *NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at
  Survey course of early childhood programs and current philosophies and practices.                              11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340.
  Students examine the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally                                      *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
  appropriate practices applied to programs and environments. Professional                                       pages 114-115.
  development and career paths based upon CA Child Development Permit Matrix
                                                                                                  Evening Classes
  will be discussed.
                                                                                                  3071           3:30- 6:40        T           TAGLYAN KOUROUYAN, H H CDFC 160
  Dept. of Social Services DS 3.
                                                                                                  3085           6:45- 9:55        W           YSAIS, M S             CDFC 160
  Evening Classes
  3446           3:30- 6:40        T           SHIPMAN, A M                       CDFC 159      CHILD DEVELOPMENT 022 -
  3073           6:45- 9:55        T           SHIPMAN, A M                       CDFC 159      PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: Child Development 1 and 11, Child Development 3 or 4 with grades
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003 -                                                                           of C or better. Current TB test. Practicum site may require fingerprinting and Child
                                                                                                  Abuse Index Check and Health Exam.
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.                            A supervised practicum experience in an approved early childhood education
                                                                                                  setting. Students will implement child development theories and develop effective
  Examines basic principles in the planning, development and implementation of                    teaching strategies, approaches and tools that positively influence children’s
  early childhood curriculum. Develops teaching skills in dramatic play, music, art,              development and learning. Students are assigned to a Child Development program
  mold able materials, blocks and carpentry.                                                      under the supervision of a college instructor.
  Dept. of Social Services DS 3.                                                                  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,
  Evening Classes                                                                                 student MUST be available 2 days a week (3 1/2 hours on either MW or TTH). With
  3065           3:30- 6:40        W           TROJAN, H C                        CDFC 156        PRIOR APPROVAL from college instructor, students currently working in a REGULAR
  3080           6:45- 9:55        Th          IACCINO, J M                       CDFC 156        position in an early childhood program may be able to complete their field
                                                                                                  placement at their work site.
                                                                                                  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 175
                                                                                                  &       LAB 6 hrs 30 mins TBA                LOPEZ, M G                             OC
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT 023 -                                                                    CHILD DEVELOPMENT 034 -
PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                       OBSERVING AND RECORDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR
   Prerequisite: Child Development 22 with a grade of C or better. Current TB test.        (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Practicum site may require fingerprinting and Child Abuse Index Check and Health          Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a grade of C or better.
   Exam.
                                                                                             Strategies and techniques for observing, recording and interpreting behavior of
   This course provides an advanced practicum experience in an early childhood               young children in early childhood programs.
   education setting. Students apply assessment strategies to plan, implement, and
   evaluate developmentally appropriate activities. Techniques that promote                  Evening Classes
   partnerships between teachers and families are developed. A resume and a                  3088           6:45- 9:55          M          VENTIMIGLIA, M I                   CDFC 160
   professional portfolio are created. Students assigned to directed practicum
   teaching demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors. Students are assigned to
   Child Development program under the supervision of a college instructor.
                                                                                           CHILD DEVELOPMENT 035 -
   NOTE: In addition to seminar class, students are required to complete a minimum         FOSTERING LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN
   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)
                                                                                           (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   between 8:00-12:30pm. With PRIOR APPROVAL from college instructor, students               Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.
   currently working in a REGULAR position in an early childhood program may be able         Development of instructional skills, curriculum, activities and environment for
   to complete their field placement at their worksite.                                      promoting language and literacy in young children.
   Evening Classes                                                                           Evening Classes
   3089    LEC 6:45- 8:50           M         LOPEZ, M G                      CDFC 175       3092           6:45- 9:55        W            OKAYAMA, L F                       CDFC 155
   &       LAB 6 hrs 30 mins        TBA       LOPEZ, M G                           OC
   &       LEC 6:45- 8:50           M         OKAYAMA, L F                    CDFC 175
   &       LAB 6 hrs 30 mins        TBA       OKAYAMA, L F                         OC      CHILD DEVELOPMENT 038 -
                                                                                           ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD
                                                                                           PROGRAMS I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 029 -                                                                      Prerequisite: Child Development 1 and 11, Child Development 3 or 4 with grades
INFANT TODDLER PRACTICUM (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  of C or better.
   Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a grade of C or better.                            Students are prepared to establish and administer an early childhood program.
   Recommended: Child Development 30 or Child Development 31.                                Financial aspects of administration and legal rules and regulations pertaining to
   This course is designed to provide students the opportunity to gain an                    establishing a center are emphasized. This course partially fulfills the licensing
   understanding of the process of learning and developmentally appropriate                  requirements for the director,
   curriculum for infants and toddlers. Students will attend 2 hrs of lecture per week,      Dept. of Social Services DS 6.
   as well as observe and work directly with young children in the LAVC Infant and
   Toddler Lab program three hours per week.                                                 7086           Online                         BAGHDASERIANS, E                   INTERNET
                                                                                                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   Evening Classes                                                                                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                            www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   3096    LEC    3:30- 5:35        T         ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 155
   &       LAB    9:50- 1:00        T         ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 155
   OR      LAB    9:50- 1:00        Th        ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 155     CHILD DEVELOPMENT 042 -
   OR      LAB    2:00- 5:10        M         ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 155     TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   OR      LAB    2:00- 5:10        W         ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 155       Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.
                                                                                             This course includes philosophy, principles and methods related to working with
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 030 -                                                                      young children and families within a diverse society. Materials and experiences will
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                              be explored relating to diversity, including cultural, ethnic, ability, gender, social
   Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a grade of C or better. Verification of            class and generation differences.
   Mantoux test or chest x-ray required as per health department and DSS Childcare           Evening Classes
   licensing title 22 requirements.
                                                                                             3095           3:30- 6:40        M            SHIPMAN, A M                       CDFC 159
   A survey of infant and toddler growth and development, educational programs
   currently available, and principles of infant-toddler care giving. Direct observation
   of infants and toddlers is a requirement if this course.                                CHILD DEVELOPMENT 044 -
   Dept. of Social Services DS 4.                                                          EARLY INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
                                                                                           (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1313           1:00- 2:25        T Th      BACA, T J                       CDFC 159
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Child Development 1.
                                                                                             Introduction to the study of exceptional children, focusing on classification and
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 031 -                                                                      special characteristics. Includes observations of children in programs.
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a grade of C or better.                            Evening Classes
                                                                                             3103           6:45- 9:55        T            ASLANIAN, M D                      CDFC 156
   Survey of infant-toddler development and its relation to environmental and
   curricular design. Principles of infant-toddler care giving and quality assessment.
   Direct observations in infant-toddler programs are requirements of this course.
   Evening Classes
   3090           6:45- 9:55        W         ROOSEVELT, M L                  CDFC 156
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT 045 -
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                                                       Cinema
  Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                             NOTE: Cinema is a part of the new Media Arts Department, along with the
  Introduction to the study of exceptional children, focusing on general program
                                                                                             discipline of Cinema. Please refer to Media Arts and Broadcasting for related
  planning and modification. Includes observations of programs.
  1250           11:20-12:45       T Th        BAGHDASERIANS, E             CDFC 160
                                                                                           CINEMA 101 -
                                                                                           BEGINNING FILM PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 047 -
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Cinema 107 with a grade of C or better or concurrent enrollment.
SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Offered Spring semester only.)                                                            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-
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                        commercial.
  Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.
                                                                                             Evening Classes
  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,           3016    LEC    6:30- 8:35       T            RODRIGUEZ, A                        MP STD
  community resources, communication with home and school, and leadership.                   &       LAB    8:35-10:40       T            RODRIGUEZ, A                        MP STD
                                                                                             3018    LEC    6:30- 8:35       Th           SWELSTAD, E J                       MP STD
  Evening Classes                                                                            &       LAB    8:35-10:40       Th           SWELSTAD, E J                       MP STD
  3099           6:45- 9:55        M           RAMSEY, N L                  CDFC 156
                                                                                           CINEMA 104 -
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 048 -                                                                    HISTORY OF DOCUMENTARY FILM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
POSITIVE GUIDANCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS                                                Prerequisite: None.
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                           A historical overview of the art and craft of documentary films, from silents to
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.                       contemporary, classic and controversial.
  Exploration of developmentally appropriate management techniques for children in           1207           1:00- 4:10       W            DACCURSO, J A                        BSC 101
  early childhood settings. Emphasis is on developing culturally sensitive
  individualized plans for behavior management of children with traditional and
                                                                                           CINEMA 105 -
  special needs.
                                                                                           HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Evening Classes                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
  3093           6:45- 9:55        Th          REED, C L                    CDFC 155         Overview of the history of cinema, both American and foreign, from silents to
                                                                                             contemporary times.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 053 -                                                                      7029           Online                        RODRIGUEZ, A                       INTERNET
                                                                                                           To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
PARENTING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                               go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  Prerequisites: None. Recommended: Child Development 1 and English 28.                                    www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

  This course will examine the role of the parent throughout the early stages of child       6905           7:00- 7:40       MTWThF SUSTIN, C A                             SNFR HIGH
  development and provide strategies for supporting a variety of parenting styles and                      (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
  family structures. In addition, students will learn about positive parenting behaviors                   *NOTE: This course is offered at San Fernando High School located at
                                                                                                           11133 O’Melveny Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340.
  and explore techniques for fostering positive teacher-parent interactions.
                                                                                                           *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
  1252           1:00- 2:25        MW          BACA, T J                    CDFC 159                       pages 114-115.
                                                                                             8015           1:00- 4:10       T            RODRIGUEZ, A                              CC 10
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 172 -                                                                      Evening Classes
INTRODUCTION TO CAREERS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT - 1.00 UNIT                                     6910           3:30- 5:05       T Th         SUSTIN, C A                       FCP HIGH
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                                      (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
                                                                                                           *NOTE: This course is offered at Fulton College Preparatory High School
  This course introduces students to the variety of career options available to Child                      located at 7477 Kester Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91504
  Development majors. Exploration of career opportunities, required qualifications,                        *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
  resources available, as well as academic and professional support systems.                               pages 114-115.
  1266           1:00- 2:30        MW          REED, C L                    CDFC 156         5005           6:45- 9:55       T            DACCURSO, J A                       BSC 101
                 (5 week class - starts 2/25/2013, ends 3/27/2013)

  Evening Classes                                                                          CINEMA 105 - HONORS SECTION -
  9503           3:30- 5:35        Th          TROJAN, H C                  CDFC 155       HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                 (8 week class - starts 2/7/2013, ends 3/28/2013)                            Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                               requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                   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            RODRIGUEZ, A                              CC 10
                                                                                             Evening Classes
                                                                                             5006           6:45- 9:55       T            DACCURSO, J A                       BSC 101
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   Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location       Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


CINEMA 107 -                                                                                       COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 002 -
UNDERSTANDING MOTION PICTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT APPLICATIONS II
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                             (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Analytical critical survey of motion pictures as an art form, communication medium                Prerequisite: None.
   and entertainment medium.                                                                         The course provides a thorough training in keyboarding skills and emphasizes
   7083           Online                        SWELSTAD, E J                      INTERNET          formatting various kinds of business correspondence including business letters,
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              envelopes, reports, business forms, and tables of increasing complexity.
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        Continued emphasis is placed on keyboarding techniques, improving
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                     speed/accuracy on timed writings, and developing proofreading skills. Required for
   1201           1:00- 4:10       W            SWELSTAD, E J                             CC 10      CAOT certificates and AA Degree.
   Evening Classes                                                                                   7402          11:20-12:15       W            JERRY, G S                            BJ 111
   3102           6:45- 9:55       W            DACCURSO, J A                       BSC 101          &             Online                         JERRY, G S                         INTERNET
                                                                                                     &             Online                         JERRY, G S                         INTERNET
                                                                                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
CINEMA 120 -                                                                                                       go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
FILM EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1                                                                              www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   (Not offered every semester.)                                                                     Evening Classes
   Prerequisite: Cinema 101 with a grade of C or better.                                             7405    LEC 6:45- 8:50          Th           STAFF                                BJ 111
   Intermediate course dealing with all aspects of editing from theory to application,               &       LAB 8:50- 9:20          Th           STAFF                                BJ 111
   involving Sync-sound Film Editing.                                                                &           Online                           STAFF                              INTERNET
                                                                                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class                            go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   assignments. Additional time required.                                                                          www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.



   Evening Classes                                                                                 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 009 -
                                                                                                   COMPUTER KEYBOARDING IMPROVEMENT (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 1
   5027    LEC 6:30- 8:35          M            RODRIGUEZ, A                               CC 8
   &       LAB 8:35-10:40          M            RODRIGUEZ, A                               CC 8      Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                     Improve keyboarding speed and accuracy through corrective drills, exercises, and
                                                                                                     timed writings.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                          1497          1:00- 3:05        M            JENNINGS, A H                             BJ 101
                                                                                                     &              1 hr             TBA          JENNINGS, A H                             BJ 101

                                                                                                   COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 031 -
                                                                                                   BUSINESS ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
 Computer Applications                                                                               Students may not earn credit for both CAOT 31 and Business 31.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
  Office Technologies                                                                                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.
                                                                                                     7204          Online                         JENNINGS, A H                      INTERNET
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001 -                                                                    To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT APPLICATIONS I                                                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               7201          Online                         JENNINGS, A H                      INTERNET
                                                                                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   This course instructs students in proper keyboarding techniques to accomplish                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   mastery of the computer keyboard by touch. Students will develop speed and                                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   accuracy and produce basic business documents such as business letters, reports,                  8049          9:40-12:50           M         PAKES, J D                                BJ 111
   and tables using word processing software.
   1498    LEC    10:15-11:20      MW           JENNINGS, A H                             BJ 101   COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 032 -
   &       LAB   11:20-12:45       MW           JENNINGS, A H                             BJ 101   BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1499    LEC    1:00- 2:05       T Th         LEIVA, C Y                                BJ 111     Students may not earn credit for both CAOT 32 and Business 32.
   &       LAB    2:05- 3:30       T Th         LEIVA, C Y                                BJ 111
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
   Evening Classes
                                                                                                     Emphasizes the concepts of effective written and oral communication in business.
   3300    LEC 6:45- 7:50          MW           SAMBRANO, R                           BJ 111         Develops the ability to write effective business memorandums, letters, e-mails and
   &       LAB 7:50- 9:15          MW           SAMBRANO, R                           BJ 111         short reports. Develops the ability to create and present oral presentations.
                                                                                                     Required for CAOT certificates and AA degree.
                                                                                                     8039          9:40-12:50        T            SIEGEL CLARK, J S                         BJ 101
                                                                                                     8114          9:40-12:50        Th           STAFF                                     BJ 101
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  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location       Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 033 -                                                   COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 084 -
RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND FILING - 2.00 UNITS                                                        MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: WORD PROCESSING
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                             (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  Alphabetic, numeric, subject, geographic filing systems; control, retrieval, and                  Prerequisite: None.
  management by manual, electronic, and micrographic methods.                                       Prepares students to become proficient in the use of Microsoft Word.
  1501 LEC 9:00-10:05          F        PAKES, J D                         BJ 111                   Develops skill and knowledge in word processing software including hands-on
  &      LAB 10:05-12:10 F              PAKES, J D                         BJ 111                   training creating various types of business documents, mail merge, graphics, and
                                                                                                    other applications. Fulfills CAOT AA degree and certificate requirements.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 037 -                                                     1506    LEC 9:40-10:45          T Th         RAHNI, M                                  BJ 111
SECRETARIAL ACCOUNTING - 3.00 UNITS                                                                 &       LAB 10:45-12:10         T Th         RAHNI, M                                  BJ 111
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course provides a detailed study of the principles and practices of                        COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 085 -
  bookkeeping. It includes double entry bookkeeping, trial balance, worksheets, bank              MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET
  reconciliations, and financial statements.                                                      (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Required for CAOT AA degree. Fulfills CAOT certificate requirements.                              Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                    This course provides a detailed study of business applications using Microsoft
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                    Excel or a similar software.
  3304          6:45- 9:55        T            FUKUDA, I A                           BJ 107
                                                                                                    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
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 047 -                                                     Certificate requirements.
APPLIED OFFICE PRACTICE - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3                                                          7013           Online                        SACHS, S M                         INTERNET
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                               &              Online                        SACHS, S M                         INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  Students work six hours a week in an office on campus and will obtain practical                                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  experience in a business environment utilizing keyboarding and computer skills.                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Fulfills CAOT certificates and AA degree requirements.
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
  1503          5 hrs 25 mins TBA              JENNINGS, A H                        BJ 102D
                Note: Students must meet with the instructor Wednesday, February 6th ,              7403    LEC 4:00- 5:00          M            SACHS, S M                          BJ 109
                at 1:30 pm in BJ 104 for orientation.                                               &       LAB 5:00- 6:35          M            SACHS, S M                          BJ 109
                                                                                                    &           Online                           SACHS, S M                       INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 078 -                                                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
MICROCOMPUTER ACCTG APPLICATIONS                                                                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
FOR THE ELECTRONIC OFFICE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: CAOT 37, Accounting 21, or Accounting 1 with a grade of C or                      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 092 -
  better.                                                                                         COMPUTER WINDOWS APPLICATION (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  This course acquaints students with the use of the computer for accounting                        Prerequisite: None.
  applications. Students receive hands-on experience in analyzing business
  transactions, keeping records, preparing financial statements, and generating                     Efficiency course prepares students to work efficiency within the Microsoft
                                                                                                    Windows operating system. Topics include windows desktop, help, file and folder
  financial management reports using an accounting software package such as
                                                                                                    management, accessing applications and communicating, and customizing a
  QuickBooks.
                                                                                                    computer using the control panel.
  1507    LEC 8:30- 9:35          Sat          NAULT, W H                                BJ 101
  &       LAB 9:35- 1:50          Sat          NAULT, W H                                BJ 101     Evening Classes
                                                                                                    3230    LEC 6:45- 7:50          W            PAKES, J D                            BJ 101
                                                                                                    &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          W            PAKES, J D                            BJ 101
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082 -
MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                                COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 097 -
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                             INTERNET FOR BUSINESS - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None.
  This course provides hands-on experience using personal computers and the
  Windows operating system. It includes an overview of Windows and an                               Provides an overview of the use of the Internet for the office professional. Covers
  introduction to Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.                  exchanging mail, searching for information, retrieving files, using a web browser
                                                                                                    and creating a web page. Fulfills CAOT AA degree and certificate requirements.
  7014          Online                         SACHS, S M                         INTERNET
  &             Online                         SACHS, S M                         INTERNET          1508    LEC 9:00-11:05          F            RAHNI, M                                  BJ 109
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              &       LAB 11:05- 2:15         F            RAHNI, M                                  BJ 109
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7052          Online                         SACHS, S M                         INTERNET        COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 108 -
  &             Online                         SACHS, S M                         INTERNET        PRESENTATION DESIGN FOR THE OFFICE (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              Prerequisite:: None.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         This course provides an overview of presentation design software. Students learn
  7440    LEC 1:00- 2:05          W            JERRY, G S                            BJ 111         to use templates, outlines, clip art, and documents to create presentations,
                                                                                                    electronic slide shows and websites.
  &       LAB 2:05- 3:10          W            JERRY, G S                            BJ 111
  &           Online                           JERRY, G S                         INTERNET          Evening Classes
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        3234    LEC 6:45- 7:50           T           VALDIVIA, O                           BJ 101
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         &       LAB 7:50-9:55            T           VALDIVIA, O                           BJ 101
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   Section #    Time               Day          Instructor                            Location      Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 123 -                                                   COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 802 -
WEB APPLICATIONS FOR THE OFFICE PROFESSIONAL - 3.00 UNITS                                         INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
   Instruction in creating Web pages for business applications by using dimensions of               Introduction to the design, analysis, development, and implementation of computer
   time, sound, motion, and authoring tools. Software such as Dreamweaver, Flash                    programs using a high-level, object-oriented programming language.
   and Fireworks will be used.
                                                                                                    1205    LEC    1:00- 3:05       MW           SEFIANI, S                                E 107
   Evening Classes                                                                                  &       LAB    3:05- 4:00       MW           SEFIANI, S                                E 107
   3225    LEC 5:40- 7:45          Th           CLARK, G B                            BJ 101        1206    LEC    1:00- 3:05       T Th         KENT, D S                                 E 101
   &       LAB 7:45- 9:50          Th           CLARK, G B                            BJ 101        &       LAB    3:05- 4:00       T Th         KENT, D S                                 E 101
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 124 -                                                     3110    LEC    6:45- 8:50       MW           KENT, J A                                 E 107
INTRODUCTION TO IMAGE CREATION FOR THE OFFICE                                                       &       LAB    8:55- 9:50       MW           KENT, J A                                 E 107
PROFESSIONAL - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1                                                                     3111    LEC    6:45- 8:50       T Th         KENT, D S                                 E 101
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: CAOT 97.                                                        &       LAB    8:50- 9:55       T Th         KENT, D S                                 E 101
   This course will cover importing, correcting, and manipulating images using Adobe
   Photoshop or a similar software. The course includes scanning, planning, and                   COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 808 -
   modifying images that can be used for a variety of business applications.                      PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BASIC (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: CSIT 802 with a grade of C or better.
   Evening Classes
   3312    LEC 5:45- 7:50          M            EL KHOURY, N R                        BJ 101        The development of programs and program modules for Widows applications. An
                                                                                                    introduction to programming using an event driven programming language.
   &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          M            EL KHOURY, N R                        BJ 101
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                     3112    LEC 5:45- 7:50          T            AGAZARYAN, Z                              E 107
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                         &       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
   Computer Science-                                                                                Prerequisite: CSIT 802 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                    Fundamentals of information representation, storage organization, and instruction
Information Technology                                                                              sets in computer systems. Topics include assembly language instruction formats,
                                                                                                    addressing modes, the instruction execution cycle, stacks, optimizing compilers,
                                                                                                    and more.
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 801 -
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES                                                            3113    LEC 5:45- 7:50          M            SEFIANI, S                                E 117
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                               &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          M            SEFIANI, S                                E 117
   Prerequisite: None.
   An overview of computers and information processing. The fundamental concepts                  COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 830 -
   of a computer’s hardware and software are presented. Popular computer programs                 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   are introduced including Wordprocessing, Spreadsheets, Database, and                             Prerequisite: None.
   Presentation Programs. The Internet, Utility Programs, Computer Ethics and Data                  Survey of major office applications, including word processing, spreadsheets,
   Representation are discussed. The societal impact of computers is critiqued.                     database management, and presentation, in an integrated suite such as Microsoft
   7025          Online                         SEFIANI, S                         INTERNET         Office. (Required for majors and the Microcomputer Applications Management
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             Specialist Certificate. Meets Microsoft Certificate requirements.
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        7011           Online                        BITAR, E                           INTERNET
   7042          Online                         SEFIANI, S                         INTERNET         &              Online                        BITAR, E                           INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   7057          Online                         BITAR, E                           INTERNET
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please           COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 832 -
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                      ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES AND INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES
                                                                                                  (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1203          8:00-11:10        Sat          ROBINSON, L A                             E 107
   1204          11:20-12:45       MW           FRANCO, P W                               E 101     Prerequisite: CSIT 836 with a grade of C or better.

   Evening Classes                                                                                  Advanced topics in data structures: abstract data types (including priority queues,
                                                                                                    heaps, graphs, sets, sorting, searching, and hashing) and their specification,
   3109          6:45- 9:55        M            HERRINGTON, S                         BJ 105        implementation and application.
   3108          6:45- 9:55        W            COLTON, C L                           BJ 105
                                                                                                    7038           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.
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  Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location      Section #     Time             Day          Instructor                         Location


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 834 -                                                     COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 870 -
OPERATING SYSTEMS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                           WINDOWS AND WEB DATABASE PROGRAMMING
  Prerequisite: CSIT 802 with a grade of C or better.                                             (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Hands on course on Linux Operating System: Multi booting, commands, scripts,                      Prerequisite: CSIT 895 or CSIT 808 with a grade of C or better.
  administration, usage, management, introduction to networking using Linux,                        An introduction to programming applications that use graphical user interface (GUI)
  security issues, troubleshooting, GUI.                                                            in a Web based environment such as ASP.Net to access and modify data in
  Evening Classes                                                                                   Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) using object-oriented
                                                                                                    programming (OOP) principles and Structured Query Language (SQL). The class will
  3116           6:45- 9:55        M            MOJASSAMIAN, P                            E 115
                                                                                                    be taught using one or more of the OOP programming languages currently used in
                                                                                                    the business world, such as Visual Basic.Net or C#.
COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 836 -
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: CSIT 839 with a grade of C or better.                                               3303    LEC 5:45- 7:50         Th           MELLOR, G L                        BJ 105
                                                                                                    &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         Th           MELLOR, G L                        BJ 105
  Introduction to the study of data structures: the role of abstract data types
  (including stacks, queues, lists, trees, and graphs) and their definitions,
  implementations and applications.                                                               COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 895 -
  7026           Online                         KENT, J A                          INTERNET       PROGRAMMING IN C# (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  &              Online                         KENT, J A                          INTERNET         Prerequisite: CSIT 802 with a grade of C or better.
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       Principles of windows event-driven programming and object-oriented design in
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        Windows applications using the C# programming language, with emphasis on
                                                                                                    event-driven programming using GUI classes, objects, properties, methods, and
                                                                                                    events and event-handlers..
COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 839 -
INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING USING C/C++ (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                          Evening Classes
  Prerequisite: CSIT 802 with a grade of C or better.                                               3123    LEC 5:45- 7:50         M            KENT, D S                            E 101
  Principal elements of the “C/C++” programming language, including functions and                   &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         M            KENT, D S                            E 101
  function prototypes, pointers, arrays, strings, structures, unions, enumerated types,
  intraprogram and interprogram communication, and dynamic memory allocation.                       FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  1214    LEC 1:00- 3:05           T            SEFIANI, S                                E 107     SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  &       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 -
                                                                                                   Cooperative Education
OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C++ (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                            Cooperative Education at Los Angeles Valley College allows students to earn
  Prerequisite: CSIT 839 with a grade of C or better.                                               college credit for work experience and or formal internships that take place during
  Principles of object-oriented design and programming using C++.                                   the semester.
  7028           Online                         KENT, D S                          INTERNET         How to Apply: Cooperative Education is open to all students who are in paid
  &              Online                         KENT, D S                          INTERNET         employment positions or involved in structured internships where a supervisor is
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             open to partnering with LAVC to create learning objectives for the student. Self-
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       employed students, volunteers (other than formal internships), temporary or
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                    substitute positions do not qualify.
                                                                                                    Fill out a Cooperative Education Application obtained at the Cooperative Education
COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 861 -                                                       Office or online at www.lavc.edu/cooped. Please return the application to
ADVANCED COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                 Cooperative Education before Monday, February 18th. Upon submission and
  Prerequisite: CSIT 840 with a grade of C or better or equivalent skill                            approval of the application, you will be provided an add permit.
  level.Principles of object-oriented design and programming for windows. An object-                Program Requirement: A student must be enrolled in at least one additional
  oriented language such as Visual C++ will be used to provide an understanding of                  class at Los Angeles Valley College or a U.S. regionally accredited institution during
  designing, developing, and implementing Windows applications.                                     the regular spring semester.
  7078           Online                         KENT, J A                          INTERNET         Program Expectations: First time students must attend two (2) three-hour
  &              Online                         KENT, J A                          INTERNET         seminars covering employability topics that include job search techniques, career
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       advancement, resume writing, interviews and goal setting. Seminar dates and
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        locations will be posted and confirmed by February 18, 2013 and are offered on
                                                                                                    various days and times to accommodate working students.
                                                                                                    Students must complete all assignments by due dates. Students are evaluated by
COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 863 -
                                                                                                    their supervisor on their success in learning three learning objectives during the
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING - 4.00 UNITS                                                    semester and by their instructor for their final grade.
  Prerequisite: CSIT 801 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                    ADD PERMITS MAY BE OBTAINED THROUGH FEBRUARY 18, 2013.
  This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of computer networking.
  Topics include networking theory, network design and implementation, topologies,                  The Cooperative Education Office is located in Bungalow 49. For more information
  protocols, network security, maintenance, and trouble shooting and various types of               please contact:
  networks. This course provides a comprehensive coverage of fundamental                            Douglas Marriott, Director or        Patricia Guerrero, Sr. Office Assistant
  networking technologies, with a focus on major operating systems.                                 E-mail: marriodc@lavc.edu            Email: guerrept@lavc.edu
  Evening Classes                                                                                   Phone: 818-947-2572                  Phone: 818-947-2334
  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
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   Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #    Time               Day         Instructor                              Location


   How approved work hours during the semester translate into units:
   STUDENTS EMPLOYED 5-9 HOURS PER WEEK may earn 1 unit.
   STUDENTS EMPLOYED 10-14 HOURS PER WEEK may earn 2 units.
                                                                                                                  Dance Studies
   STUDENTS EMPLOYED 15-19 HOURS PER WEEK may earn 3 units.
   STUDENTS EMPLOYED 20 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK may earn 4 units
   (job/internship must be related to major)
                                                                                                  DANCE STUDIES 452 -
   Students may enroll in Coop Ed a maximum of 4 semesters total.                                 INTRODUCTION TO CHOREOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   Students may enroll in Coop Ed a maximum of 2 semesters if their job/internship is
   not related to major.                                                                            Prerequisite: None.

   If the work performed by the student is directly related to the student’s major, major           Introduction to basic principles of dance composition and choreography.
   units may be earned in the following disciplines:                                                2301          2:00- 4:05        T           CASEBOLT, E V                  NORTH GYM
   Accounting
   Administration of Justice                                                                      DANCE STUDIES 814 -
   Broadcasting                                                                                   DANCE PRODUCTION I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 2
   Business
   Child Development                                                                                Prerequisite: None. Audition.
   Computer Applications & Office Technologies                                                      Provides instruction and laboratory experience producing and performing in a formal
   Computer Science Information Technology                                                          dance concert.
   Electronics
   Finance                                                                                          Evening Classes
   Fire Technology                                                                                  2952    LEC 6:45- 7:50    M                 WRIGHT, G A                   NORTH GYM
   General Engineering Technology                                                                   &       LAB 2 hrs 05 mins TBA               WRIGHT, G A                   NORTH GYM
   Journalism                                                                                                     *NOTE: Performance class. Enrollment by add card only. Information:
   Law                                                                                                            818-947-2908. Dance audition on 2/7/2013 at 6:45pm Dance Studio.
   Management
   Marketing
   Nursing                                                                                        DANCE STUDIES 820 -
   For any major not listed, please come to the Cooperative Education Office.                     DANCE PRODUCTION II (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Audition.
   If the work performed by the student is not related to the student’s major, general
   credit may be earned.                                                                            Provides instruction and laboratory experience producing and performing in a formal
                                                                                                    dance concert. Includes instruction in choreographic and performance skills, and
   Please visit Bungalow 49 or www.lavc.edu/cooped for more information.                            dance critique and assessment.
                                          SPRING 2013
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
                                  Seminar Dates / Times
                                                                                                    2953    LEC 6:45- 8:50          M           CASEBOLT, E V                 NORTH GYM
                      Job Search / Interviewing / Goal Setting                                      &       LAB 8:50- 9:55          M           CASEBOLT, E V                 NORTH GYM
               Tuesday          March 5, 2013           1:00-4:00                       TBA         &       LAB 3 hrs               TBA         CASEBOLT, E V                 NORTH GYM
               Saturday         March 9 2013            9:00-12:00                      TBA                       *NOTE: Performance class. Enrollment by add card only. Information:
               Monday           April 8, 2013           6:30-9:30                       TBA                       818-947-2912. Dance audition on 2/7/2013 at 6:45pm Dance Studio.
               Thursday         April 11, 2013          6:30-9:30                       TBA
                                                                                                  DANCE STUDIES 822 - DANCE REHEARSALS
                     Career Advancement / Employability Tools
                                                                                                  AND PERFORMANCES (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
               Tuesday               March 19, 2013                   1:00-4:00         TBA
                                                                                                    Prerequisites: None. Audition.
               Saturday              March 23, 2013                   9:00-12:00        TBA
               Monday                April 22, 2013                   6:30-9:30         TBA         This course is structured rehearsal time culminating in a performance. Students
               Thursday              May 2, 2013                      6:30-9:30         TBA         participate as performers in the student dance concert. Audition required.
                   *Schedule is subject to change. Please call the Cooperative Education            2300          2 hrs 05 mins TBA             LEE, K                         NORTH GYM
                    Office to confirm dates, time, and location a week prior to attending.                        *NOTE: Performance class. Enrollment by add card only. Information:
                                                                                                                  818-947-2908. Dance audition on 2/7/2013 at 6:45pm Dance Studio.




           Dance Specialties                                                                               Dance Techniques
DANCE SPECIALTIES 490 -
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                DANCE TECHNIQUES 290 -
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                            DANCE FOR FILM AND STAGE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   This course introduces students to the historical and cultural origins and basic                 Prerequisites: None.
   dance techniques of folk, ethnic, recreational, or other specialized dance genres.               Introduces dancers to renowned choreographers and dancers, and provides an
   *2302          9:40-11:05        T Th         VONDER HAAR, T A                  NORTH GYM        opportunity to experience and perform selected choreography in the genre of stage
                 *NOTE: This class offers instruction in Tap dance.                                 and film.
   *2310         11:20-12:45        MW           STAFF                             NORTH GYM        2304          9:40-11:05        MW          WRIGHT, G A                    NORTH GYM
                 *NOTE: This class offers instruction in Hip-Hop.
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  Section #     Time              Day        Instructor                          Location     Section #      Time           Day        Instructor                        Location


DANCE TECHNIQUES 437 -
JAZZ DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisites: None.                                                                                     Developmental
  Offers instruction in contemporary jazz, lyrical, Latin, and hip hop forms.
  *2329         12:00- 2:05       F          LUBOW, C S                   NORTH GYM
                                                                                                          Communications
  *This section designed for intermediate level students.
                                                                                              NOTE: For additional READING FUNDAMENTALS A classes,
                                                                                              see Learning Skills 001A on page 57.
DANCE TECHNIQUES 460 -
BALLET TECHNIQUES (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                            DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 22A-E -
  Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                            COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY - 1 UNIT RPT1
  Offers instruction and practice in the fundamentals of ballet technique.                    Prerequisite: None.
  2305          11:20-12:45       MW         WRIGHT, G A                  NORTH GYM           Pass/No Pass only. Open entry/exit.
  Evening Classes                                                                             As of the first day of semester students must obtain add card from instructor in
  2955           5:00- 6:25       T Th       WRIGHT, G A                 NORTH GYM            LARC 220.
  *2963          6:45- 8:10       T Th       WRIGHT, G A                 NORTH GYM            Self-paced, individualized classes teaching phonics, spelling, vocabulary, reading
  *This section designed for intermediate level students.                                     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
DANCE TECHNIQUES 462 -                                                                        an Add card from the Reading Center Office to enroll in Developmental
MODERN DANCE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                       Communications 22. Check in at LARC 220 to arrange hours and begin the class.
  Prerequisites: None.                                                                        Enrollment is permitted through week 9 of the semester.
  Offers instruction and practice in the techniques, principles, terminology.
  2306           9:40-11:05       T Th       CASEBOLT, E V                NORTH GYM         DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022A -
  *2327          1:00- 2:25       MW         LEE, K                       NORTH GYM         COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
  *This section designed for intermediate level students.                                     Phonics and Spelling
  Evening Classes                                                                             8138           1 hr 05 mins TBA          GRATREAKS, R R                  LARC 220
  2956           5:00- 6:25       MW         CASEBOLT, E V               NORTH GYM
                                                                                            DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022B -
DANCE TECHNIQUES 463 -                                                                      COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
MODERN JAZZ (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                        General Vocabulary
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                         8139           1 hr 05 mins TBA          GRATREAKS, R R                  LARC 220
  Offers instruction in contemporary jazz, lyrical, Latin, and Hip-Hop styles.
  2307          11:20-12:45       T Th       CASEBOLT, E V                NORTH GYM         DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022C -
                                                                                            COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
  Evening Classes
                                                                                              College Vocabulary
  2957           6:45- 9:55       W          LUBOW, C S                  NORTH GYM
                                                                                              8140           1 hr 05 mins   TBA        GRATREAKS, R R                  LARC 220
DANCE TECHNIQUES 696 -
YOGA (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                             DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022D -
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                       COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
                                                                                              Study Skills
  Provides instruction and practice in yoga technique that facilitates body
  conditioning, flexibility, balance, stress reduction, and alignment, to supplement          8141           1 hr 05 mins   TBA        GRATREAKS, R R                  LARC 220
  and enhance dance technique or other general fitness activities.
  2309           3:00- 4:25       MW         LEE, K                       NORTH GYM         DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 022E -
                                                                                            COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
                                                                                              Reading Improvement
                                                                                              1254           1 hr 05 mins   TBA        MOSSLER, R A                    LARC 220
                                                                                              8142           1 hr 05 mins   TBA        GRATREAKS, R R                  LARC 220

                                                                                            DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 023 -
                                                                                            READING AND STUDY IMPROVEMENT (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                              Teaches efficient study methods, effective learning techniques, and test-taking
                                                                                              strategies.
                                                                                              1216           11:20-12:45    T Th       PALMER, P B                     LARC 224
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   Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location       Section #     Time            Day        Instructor                        Location


DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 035 -                                                                   Evening Classes
READING I: FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                           3147          6:45- 9:55      M          SHELOR, C F                       CC 202
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               3130          6:45- 9:55      W          KARIM, H                          CC 202
   Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                                             3128          6:45- 9:55      Th         SLOTKIN, R L                      CC 202
   A basic reading class covering phonics, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency.                    Economics 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
                                                                                                     page 101.
   1220          9:40-11:05        MW           WITT, A                             LARC 215
   1219          11:20-12:45       T Th         MOSSLER, R A                         BSC 104
   1275          1:00- 2:25        MW           GRATREKS, R R                       LARC 220       ECONOMICS 001 - HONORS SECTION -
   1268          1:00- 2:35        T Th         PALMER, P B                         LARC 224       PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes                                                                                   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   3205          6:45- 9:55        Th           HOBI, L A                          LARC 215          English 101.
                                                                                                     This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 036A -                                                                  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
READING II: COMPREHENSION AND RELATED SKILLS                                                         Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
(NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                                   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.

   An intermediate course focused on improving reading comprehension skills.                         An introductory microeconomics course that explores the decision making process
                                                                                                     of the individual, the firm, and the industry when confronted with scarcity. Meets
   1222          9:00-12:10        F            PALMER, P B                         LARC 224         the Social Science Requirement, Plan A.
   1255          1:00- 2:25        T Th         MARRIOTT, D C                       LARC 215         8375          8:00- 9:25      T Th       AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
   Evening Classes                                                                                   8013          9:40-11:05      MW         PRANTE, T C                       CC 204
   3117          6:45- 9:55        M            PALMER, P B                        LARC 224          8359          9:40-11:05      MW         AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
   3118          6:45- 9:55        W            OSMAN, L B                         LARC 224          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
DEVELOPMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 036B -
                                                                                                     8120          1:00- 2:25      MW         PRANTE, T C                       CC 204
READING II: COMPREHENSION AND RELATED SKILLS
(NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                             ECONOMICS 002 -
   An intermediate course focused on improving reading comprehension skills.
                                                                                                   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Economics 1. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or
   1256          9:40-11:05        T Th         MOSSLER, R A                         BSC 104         placement into English 101.
   Evening Classes                                                                                   A macroeconomics course which explores the causes of unemployment, inflation,
   3204          6:45- 9:55        T            TAYLOR, A Z                        LARC 215          dollar fluctuations, economic stagnation, and policy choices. Meets the Social
                                                                                                     Science Requirement, Plan A.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                      8109          8:00- 9:25      MW         AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                          8017          11:20-12:45     MW         PRANTE, T C                       CC 202
                                                                                                     8122          11:20-12:45     T Th       AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
                                                                                                     Evening Classes
                                                                                                     5234          6:45- 9:55      T          MOSHIRI, S                        CC 202

                        Economics                                                                  ECONOMICS 002 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                                   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Economics 1. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or
                                                                                                     placement into English 101.
ECONOMICS 001 -
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                       requirements, For further information, see pages 110-112.
   English 101.                                                                                      Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   An introductory microeconomics course that explores the decision making process                   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   of the individual, the firm, and the industry when confronted with scarcity. Meets                instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   the Social Science Requirement, Plan A.                                                           A macroeconomics course which explores the causes of unemployment, inflation,
   7027          Online                         KHANJIAN, A                        INTERNET          dollar fluctuations, economic stagnation, and policy choices. Meets the Social
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              Science Requirement, Plan A.
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        8110          8:00- 9:25      MW         AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                     8018          11:20-12:45     MW         PRANTE, T C                       CC 202
   8374          8:00- 9:25        T Th         AKSOY, E G                                CC 202     8123          11:20-12:45     T Th       AKSOY, E G                        CC 202
   1276          9:00-12:10        F            CUNNINGHAM, D E                           CC 205
                                                                                                     Evening Classes
   8012          9:40-11:05        MW           PRANTE, T C                               CC 204
   8358          9:40-11:05        MW           AKSOY, E G                                CC 202     5235          6:45- 9:55      T          MOSHIRI, S                        CC 202
   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
   8119          1:00- 2:25        MW           PRANTE, T C                               CC 204
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  Section #     Time              Day        Instructor                         Location      Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                        Location


ECONOMICS 060 -                                                                             ELECTRONICS 022 -
ECONOMICS AND THE ENVIRONMENT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                         ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, or English 363, or placement                   Prerequisite: Electronics 20 with grade of C or better.
  into English 101.                                                                           Brief review of EL 20 and the fundamentals of electronics. Students will then study
  This course explores the issues concerning economics of environmental problems              and build IC-based, analog and digital circuits to better understand their various
  and policies.                                                                               applications.
  1270           9:40-11:05       T Th       PRANTE, T C                          CC 204      Evening Classes
                                                                                              3137    LEC 6:45- 9:55         T          GEER, J R                            E 104
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         Th         GEER, J R                            E 102
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

                                                                                            ELECTRONICS 034 -
                                                                                            INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ELECTRONICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                              A study of biomedical instrumentation and equipment used in the health care field,
                         Education                                                            with emphasis on the source of bioelectric potentials and their appearance in EKG
                                                                                              and EEG, and like instrumentation
                                                                                              Evening Classes
                                                                                              3142           6:45- 9:55       W         PANYARACHUN, G                       E 100
EDUCATION 002 -
INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION I (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                       ELECTRONICS 036 -
                                                                                            BIOPHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
  This course will introduce students to the general challenges of a teaching career.
                                                                                              Prerequisite: Electronics 20and 34 with grades of C or better.
  Students will also be able to observe of the teacher at work.
                                                                                              A first lecture/lab course covering biomedical equipment services in operating
  1229           2:25- 3:30       Th         ZUCKER, A                             H 104      rooms and medical imaging system. This course covers the theory of operation,
                                                                                              circuit analysis, troubleshooting techniques, and medical application for a variety of
                                                                                              medical devices in operating rooms and medical imaging systems.
                                                                                              Evening Classes
                                                                                              3138    LEC 6:45- 9:55         T          PANYARACHUN, G                       E 100
                       Electronics                                                            &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         Th         PANYARACHUN, G                       E 113

                                                                                            ELECTRONICS 054 -
                                                                                            COMPUTER LOGIC (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
ELECTRONICS 002 -
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS (CSU) - 3.00 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,
  An introductory, hands-on, activity-oriented electronics class for majors and               shift registers and counters, D/A and A/D convertors, and an introduction to
  non-majors.                                                                                 microprocessors. Students will construct various digital circuits and use test
  1462           9:40-12:50       W          REIS, R A                             E 102      instruments to analyze circuit operation.
                                                                                              Evening Classes
ELECTRONICS 004 -                                                                             3143    LEC 6:45- 9:55         Th         PIETROPAOLO, R A                     E 100
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS I (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                              &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         T          PIETROPAOLO, R A                     E 113
  Prerequisite: Mathematics 115 with a grade of C or better.
  Direct current circuit theory and applications. Electrical laws applied to circuit        ELECTRONICS 113 -
  analysis and design. Methods of testing and troubleshooting DC circuits.                  COMPUTER NETWORKING (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
  1473    LEC 9:40-12:50          T          REIS, R A                             E 100
  &       LAB 9:40-12:50          Th         REIS, R A                             E 102      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+.
ELECTRONICS 006 -
                                                                                              Evening Classes
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS II (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                              3144    LEC 6:45- 9:55         W          GORECKI, J J                         E 104
  Prerequisite: Electronics 4 and Electronics 10 with grades of C or better.
                                                                                              &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         M          GORECKI, J J                         E 113
  Alternating current circuit theory and applications. Electrical laws applied to circuit
  analysis and design. Methods of testing and troubleshooting alternating current
  circuits.                                                                                 ELECTRONICS 210 - INTRODUCTION TO SOLAR ELECTRIC
                                                                                            SYSTEMS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Evening Classes                                                                             Prerequisite: None
  3136    LEC 6:45- 9:55          M          LABOK, J A                            E 100      This course provides the student with an introduction to the rapidly growing field of
  &       LAB 6:45- 9:55          W          LABOK, J A                            E 102      Solar Photovoltaic Systems, including theory, design, installation, and maintenance
                                                                                              basics of these systems for residential and industrial installations. The course will
                                                                                              begin with a review of basic electric circuits. NABCEP exam preparation is
                                                                                              included.
                                                                                              Evening Classes
                                                                                              3060           3:30- 6:40      T          KRONGOLD, R A                        E 113
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   Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location      Section #    Time             Day        Instructor                      Location


ELECTRONICS 211 -                                                                                 ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 211 -
PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                                           ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING GRAPHICS - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
   This course provides the student with knowledge and experience in the rapidly                    This course provides an introduction to the basic fundamentals of 2D Mechanical
   growing field of Solar Photo voltaic Systems, with particular emphasis on the                    Drafting utilizing Autocad Computer Aided Design (CAD) software tools. The course
   theory, design, installation, and maintenance of residential and commercial                      includes a study of industry standards used for drafting mechanical engineering
   installations.                                                                                   drawings.
                                                                                                    Note: Students may be required to provide instructional materials to complete class
   Evening Classes
                                                                                                    assignments.
   3061    LEC 3:30- 4:55          MW           KRONGOLD, R A                             E 113
   &       LAB 4:55- 6:20          MW           KRONGOLD, R A                             E 113     8145    LEC 9:40-10:45        M          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
                                                                                                    &       LAB 10:45-12:50       M          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
                                                                                                    &       LAB 9:40-12:50        W          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                         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                                                                         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
ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101 -                                                                          conjunction with the application mechanical design and drafting industry standards
INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY                                                 that are current for Drafting Convention, Orthographic View Projection, and
(UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                                               Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Note: Use computer graphics terminal for advanced engineering design including
   Orientation to engineering profession to give students insight into activities and               3D modeling and manufacturing design.
   rewards of engineering.                                                                          8146    LEC 9:40-10:45        M          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
   1477           8:00-10:05       W            BADIYI, B                                 E 117     &       LAB 10:45-12:50       M          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
                                                                                                    &       LAB 9:40-12:50        W          LOSKI, R R                         E 115
ENGINEERING, GENERAL 131 -                                                                          Evening Classes
STATICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                       5222    LEC 6:45- 7:50        T          HADDOCK, R E                       E 117
   Prerequisite: Physics 37 with a grade of C or better.                                            &       LAB 7:50- 9:55        T          HADDOCK, R E                       E 117
   Studies force systems, equilibrium conditions, free body diagrams, distributed
                                                                                                    &       LAB 6:45- 9:55        Th         HADDOCK, R E                       E 117
   forces, internal forces, friction and properties of areas.
   7088           Online                        KARTIALA, T T                      INTERNET       ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 213 -
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please           INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD - 3.00 UNITS
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        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
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                         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
                                                                                                    &       LAB 11:50-12:50       M          LOSKI, R R                         E 115

     Engineering, General                                                                           &       LAB 9:40-12:50
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
                                                                                                                                  W          LOSKI, R R                         E 115


         Technology                                                                                 5223
                                                                                                    &
                                                                                                            LEC 6:45- 8:50
                                                                                                            LAB 8:50- 9:55
                                                                                                                                  T
                                                                                                                                  T
                                                                                                                                             HADDOCK, R E
                                                                                                                                             HADDOCK, R E
                                                                                                                                                                                E 117
                                                                                                                                                                                E 117
                                                                                                    &       LEC 6:45- 9:55        Th         HADDOCK, R E                       E 117

ENGINEERING, GENERAL TECHNOLOGY 100 -                                                               FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT                                                 SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
(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.
   Evening Classes
   3145           6:45- 9:55       W            BADIYI, B                                 E 117
42                                                                                                  L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e
  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location       Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                                  ENGLISH 028 -
                              English                                                             INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: English 21 with a passing grade or appropriate skill level
                                                                                                    demonstrated through the English placement process. May not be taken for
  (For additional literature classes, see also African-American Studies 20, African-                Pass/No Pass.
  American Literature).                                                                             This course is an introduction to the writing of short essays and to the reading of
  NOTE: All students intending to take English 83, 21, 28, 101, 361, 362, 363 or 364                non-fiction essays.
  are expected to take a placement test. The Counseling Office Administers the test                 7055           Online                        MINTZ, J L                         INTERNET
  during enrollment period. Test dates and times will be available with application                               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  forms.                                                                                                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  NOTE: For additional ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS A classes,
  see Learning Skills 002A on page 57.                                                              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.
ENGLISH 021 -
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                             7058           Online                        ROSOW, L D                         INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  Prerequisite: English 33 with a passing grade or appropriate skill level                                        go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  demonstrated through the English assessment process.                                                            www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                                             7091           Online                        HEYN, M G                          INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  This course teaches the fundamentals of English grammar, reading; and the writing                               go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  of sentences, paragraphs, and short essays.                                                                     www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7036           Online                        HOPE, L A                          INTERNET          7092           Online                        HEYN, M G                          INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7040           Online                        HOPE, L A                          INTERNET          7093           Online                        ROSOW, L D                         INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7053           Online                        HOPE, L A                          INTERNET          7094           Online                        HEYN, M G                          INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  7054           Online                        HOPE, L A                          INTERNET          6912           7:25- 8:45       MTWThF STAFF                                   BIRM HIGH
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please                            (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                      *NOTE: This course is offered at Birmingham High School located at
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                       17000 Haynes Street, Van Nuys, CA 91406
  1215           8:00- 9:25       MW           MAYER, L W                                 H 105                   *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
  1221           8:00- 9:25       MW           STAFF                                       B 26                   pages 114-115.
  1217           8:00- 9:25       T Th         KURZ, M J                                  H 105     1242           8:00- 9:25       MW           ROSOW, L D                            H 101
  1212           8:00-11:10       S            POULOS, P                                  H 105     1233           8:00- 9:25       MW           KOPLOW, J Y                           H 104
  1211           9:40-11:05       MW           REQUA, V L                                FL 115     1725           8:00- 9:25       MW           EL ISSA, A S                          H 113
  1218           9:40-11:05       MW           STAFF                                       B 26     1231           8:00- 9:25       T Th         STAFF                                  B 26
  1236           9:40-11:05       T Th         KURZ, M J                                  H 111     1295           8:00- 9:25        T Th        YEGORYAN, K                           H 104
  1331           11:20-12:45      MW           ROSOW, L D                                 H 101     1244           8:00- 9:25       T Th         MAGWOOD, J K                           B 51
  1239           11:20-12:45      T Th         SHEA, M J                                  H 113     1240           9:40-11:05       MW           ROSOW, L D                            H 101
  1247           11:20-12:45      T Th         GHAFFARI, I                               CC 201     1232           9:40-11:05       T Th         OLSBERG, R B                           B 51
  1257           1:00- 2:25       T Th         BROWN, B M                                 H 101     1243           11:20-12:45      MW           MOORE, R V                            H 111
  Evening Classes                                                                                   1260           11:20-12:45      MW           MCGARRY, E                            H 110
  3149           3:30- 6:40       M            KENT STACY, E S                           H 113      1237           11:20-12:45      T Th         HALL, D D                           BSC 105
  3155           6:45- 9:55       T            ZOUNES, J P                               H 103      1251           11:20-12:45      T Th         LAGER, E M                            H 101
  3148           6:45- 9:55       W            ALEXANYAN, V                               B 26      1249           1:00- 2:25       MW           MCGARRY, E                            H 101
                                                                                                    6913           1:30- 2:40       MTWThF       STAFF                             POLY HIGH
                                                                                                                  (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)
                                                                                                                  *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 114-115.

                                                                                                    Evening Classes
                                                                                                    3156           3:30- 6:40       M            SIBONY, M W                               H 111
                                                                                                    3448           3:30- 6:40       W            METZGER, R A                              H 103
                                                                                                    3160           6:45- 9:55       M            SHIFFRIN, N C                              B 26
                                                                                                    3158           6:45- 9:55       T            SOSNER, J A                               H 105
                                                                                                    3456           6:45- 9:55       T            GLUCKSMAN, C A                            H 115
                                                                                                    3157           6:45- 9:55       W            ROSOW, L D                                H 101
                                                                                                    3435           6:45- 9:55       Th           BROWN, B M                                H 110
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   Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                             Location     Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


ENGLISH 033 -                                                                                      ENGLISH 075 -
BASIC VOCABULARY (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                METHODS FOR TUTORING WRITING (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               Prerequisite: None.
   Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                                             Students preparing to be tutors in a Writing Center will learn strategies for
   This course teaches vocabulary in the context of reading. It focuses on reading                   teaching and the writing process.
   comprehension, including summarizing and responding to texts in writing in order                  1731           1 hr 05 mins TBA              WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
   to prepare students for developmental English classes.
   7061           Online                         HEYN, M G                           INTERNET
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please           ENGLISH 098 -
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                     INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 5.00 UNITS
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
   7067           Online                         HEYN, M G                           INTERNET
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       The fundamentals of grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing; advancing with
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                     words and sentences and paragraphs, as well as multi-paragraph compositions.
   1724           8:00- 9:25        MW           HUNTER, P B                            H 110
                                                                                                     1378           9:40-10:50       MTWTh HUNTER, P B                                       B 52
   1726           8:00- 9:25        T Th         YASUDA, P J                         LARC 215
   1729           9:40-11:05        MW           STAFF                                   B 51        Evening Classes
   1727           9:40-11:05        T Th         MAGGIORE, S C                         CC 201        3098           3:30- 6:00       T Th         HUNTER, P B                               H 113
   1732           11:20-12:45       MW           STAFF                                   B 51
   1728           11:20-12:45       T Th         MAGWOOD, J K                           H 104
   1733           1:00- 2:25        MW           STAFF                                   B 50      ENGLISH 101 -
                                                                                                   COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: English 28 or English 363 with a grade of C or better or appropriate
   3166           6:45- 9:55        T            BOSTON, L P                               H 101     skill level demonstrated through the English assessment process. Cannot be taken
                                                                                                     for Pass No/Pass.
ENGLISH 067 -                                                                                        This course teaches students the basic principles of writing college-level essays,
WRITING LABORATORY (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                                          reading non-fiction essays, and writing research-based essays.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               7006           Online                        MINTZ, J L                         INTERNET
   Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                                                           To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   Individual help by teacher and tutors on improving writing skills. Complements any                              www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   class with a writing component or can be taken independently.                                     1269           8:00- 9:25       T Th         DUFFY, M E                            H 101
   1258          1 hr 05 mins       TBA          WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229        1272           9:40-11:05       MW           YEGORYAN, K                           H 111
                  *NOTE: Students must attend one of the following orientation times                 8029           11:20-12:45      MW           WERNER, R R                         BSC 106
                  prior to beginning the class.
                                                                                                     1281          11:20-12:45       MW           SMITH, J A                           CC 203
                  Orientation times:
                                                                                                     1277           11:20-12:45      T Th         STARK, J M                            H 103
                  2/4/13 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
                  2/5/13 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                                  1271           1:00- 2:25       T Th         STAFF                                 H 103
                  After attending the orientation, students set their own schedule, attend-          1278           1:00- 4:10       Sat          POULOS, P                             H 104
                  ing once a week during any of the Writing Center’s open lab times.                 6918           1:30- 2:40       MTWThF       OBERMAN, T J                      POLY HIGH
                  Check with the Writing Center for the hours at (818) 947-2810.                                   (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)
                                                                                                                   *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at
                                                                                                                   12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
ENGLISH 068 -                                                                                                      *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
READING LABORATORY (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                                                        pages 114-115.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                     Evening Classes
   Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
                                                                                                     7410           Online                        FORNATARO, G L                   INTERNET
   Individual help from instructor and tutors on developing critical reading skills and              &              3:30- 5:35       W            FORNATARO, G L                       H 111
   improving reading comprehension. Complements any class with a reading                                           To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   component or can be taken independently.                                                                        go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1259          1 hr 05 mins       TBA          WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
                  *NOTE: Students must attend one of the following orientation times                 3153           3:30- 6:40       W            BOTEL, T R                           H 104
                  prior to beginning the class.
                                                                                                     3176           6:45- 9:55       M            OBERMAN, T J                         H 115
                  Orientation times:
                                                                                                     3163           6:45- 9:55       T            HARRINGTON, D L                    BSC 106
                  2/6/13 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
                  2/7/13 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                                  7411           Online                        FORNATARO, G L                   INTERNET
                  After attending the orientation, students set their own schedule, attend-          &              6:45- 8:50       W            FORNATARO, G L                       H 111
                  ing once a week during any of the Writing Center’s open lab times.                               To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                  Check with the Writing Center for the hours at (818) 947-2810.                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                     5101           6:45- 9:55       Th           YABLON, B A                               H 115
ENGLISH 069 -
WRITING AND REVISING ON THE COMPUTER - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                               English 101 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               page 101.
   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.
   1263           3:00- 4:05        W            WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
   &             0:50 mins          TBA          WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
44                                                                        L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e
 Section #      Time          Day      Instructor              Location   Section #    Time             Day       Instructor                      Location




                                                    English Course Sequence *




             Writing Outcome Levels defined:

                                     TRANSFER LEVEL:
       Write unified, well-developed essays, each with
           an arguable thesis and persuasive support.          ENGLISH 101 *
          Use a variety of rhetorical strategies, such as
                   argument and comparison/contrast.
                                                                                                                     Dev Com 36B
                                                                                                                       Supplemental with
                                                                                                                       English 28 or 101

                         ONE LEVEL BELOW TRANSFER:
               Write essays that integrate course readings
             and are clearly focused, fully developed, and     ENGLISH 28 *
                                        logically organized.

                                                                                                                     Dev Com 36A
                                                                                                                       Supplemental with
                                                                                                                        English 21 or 28

                   TWO LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
         Write coherent essays and paragraphs with a
            central idea and supporting details. Apply         ENGLISH 21 *
        sentence variety and appropriate word choice.
                                                                                                                      Dev Com 35
                                                                                                                       Supplemental with
                                                                                                                        English 21 or 28


                  THREE LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
     Write short topic-based papers with a main idea.
            State a topic and use details to support a
                                                               ENGLISH 33
                        central idea. Build vocabulary.
                                                                                                                      Dev Com 23 or
                                                                                                                     Pers Dev 1 or 20
                                                                                                                         Study skills.
                                                                                                                   Supplemental for all levels
                                                                                                                       above English 33




     KEY:

          COURSE                     Supplemental
         SEQUENCE                      Courses



  NOTE: Assessment is recommended.
  See course descriptions for placement
  and prerequisite information.
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                 45
   Section #      Time          Day        Instructor                      Location   Section #   Time   Day    Instructor                     Location




                                                Credit ESL Course Sequence

   Outcome Writing Skills Levels defined:

                                           TRANSFER LEVEL:
               Write a unified, well-developed essay, with an
                     arguable thesis and persuasive support.               ENGLISH 101



                        ONE LEVEL BELOW TRANSFER:
        Write an essay, which references outside sources,                                                            Dev Com 36B
                                   in MLA or APA format.                   ENGLISH 363                             Speech 111 or 113



                       TWO LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
           Write essays with clear thesis statements using                                                       Dev Com 36A or 36B,
                                 various rhetorical modes.                 ENGLISH 362                            Speech 61 or 62,
                                                                                                                  Speech 66 or 111



                         THREE LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
                         Write one or more paragraphs with a                                                      Dev Com 35 or 36A,
                                        clear topic sentence.              ENGLISH 361                               Speech 61,
                                                                                                                   Speech 64 or 66



                        FOUR LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
                    Write one paragraph on a familiar topic.                                                     Dev Com 22A, B or E,
                                                                            ENGLISH 83                         Dev Com 35, Speech 63
                                                                                                                  or 64, Speech 61



                        FIVE LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
          Write brief text in paragraph form on one topic.                                                        Dev Com 22A, B or E
                                                                            ENGLISH 82                                Speech 63,
                                                                                                                      Speech 61



                           SIX LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER:
                    Write several simple sentences, primarily                                                   Dev Com 22A, B or E,
                                 biographical, with guidance.               ENGLISH 80
                                                                                                                     Speech 61


     KEY:

           COURSE                       Supplemental
                                                                                                                    Dev Com 23 or
          SEQUENCE                                                                                                 Pers Dev 1 or 20
                                          Courses
                                                                                                                  Study Skills. Supplemental
                                                                                                                  for English 361, 362, 363,
                                                                                                                            and 101
  NOTE: Assessment is recommended.
  See course descriptions for placement
  and prerequisite information.
46                                                                                                  L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e
  Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location      Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


ENGLISH 101 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                    ENGLISH 103 -
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                           COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: English 28 or English 363 with a grade of C or better or appropriate                Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.
  skill level demonstrated through the English assessment process. Cannot be taken                  Cannot be taken for Pass No/Pass.
  for Pass/No Pass.
                                                                                                    This course stresses the development of critical thinking skills and their application
  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program                            to reading and written argumentation and analysis.
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                                    7060           Online                         FORNATARO, G L                     INTERNET
  Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors                              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an                             go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                                              www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  This course teaches students the basic principles of writing college-level essays,                7075           Online                         FORNATARO, G L                     INTERNET
  reading non-fiction essays, and writing research-based essays.                                                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  8030           11:20-12:45       MW           WERNER, R R                          BSC 106                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  Evening Classes                                                                                   6909           8:05- 9:20        MTWThF STAFF                                   POLY HIGH
  5102           6:45- 9:55        Th           YABLON, B A                               H 115                    (7 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
                                                                                                                   *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at
                                                                                                                   12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
ENGLISH 102 -                                                                                                      *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                           pages 114-115.
  Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.                                            1285           9:40-11:05        MW           SMITH, J A                                CC 200
  Students learn the basic principles of analyzing short stories, novels, poetry, and               8126           11:20-12:45       MW           WALLIS, W G                                H 105
  plays, and writing essays about them.                                                             8047           1:00- 4:10        F            PIERCE, S R                               CC 203
  7059           Online                         MINTZ, J L                         INTERNET         Evening Classes
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             5008           3:30- 6:40        M            WALLIS, W G                            H 105
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       5120           3:30- 6:40        Th           PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                    3185           6:45- 9:55        M            WALLIS, W G                            H 105
  1283           8:00-11:10        Sat    KENT-STACY, E S                             H 104         5108           6:45- 9:55        W            PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
  6914           8:05- 9:25        MTWThF BACHMAN, T J                            POLY HIGH         5122           6:45- 9:55        Th           PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
                 (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)
                 *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at                English 103 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 101.
                 12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.
                 *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                 pages 114-115.                                                                   ENGLISH 103 - HONORS SECTION -
  1279           9:40-11:05        MW           KOPLOW, J Y                               H 105   COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  1280           9:40-11:05        T Th         STARK, J M                                H 105     Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.
  8022           11:20-12:45       MW           DAVIS, E G                                H 115
                                                                                                    This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  Evening Classes                                                                                   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  3105           6:45- 9:55        W            WALLIS, W G                               H 115     Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  5116           6:45- 9:55        W            METZGER, R A                              H 103     students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  3126           6:45- 9:55        Th           HUNTER, P B                               H 101     instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  English 102 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see                              This course stresses the development of critical thinking skills and their application
  page 101.                                                                                         to reading and written argumentation and analysis.
                                                                                                    8127           11:20-12:45       MW           WALLIS, W G                                H 105
                                                                                                    8048           1:00- 4:10        F            PIERCE, S R                               CC 203
ENGLISH 102 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                    5009           3:30- 6:40        M            WALLIS, W G                            H 105
                                                                                                    5121           3:30- 6:40        Th           PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
  This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program                            5109           6:45- 9:55        W            PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                         5123           6:45- 9:55        Th           PIERCE, S R                           CC 203
  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.
  Students learn the basic principles of analyzing short stories, novels, poetry, and
  plays, and writing essays about them.
  8023           11:20-12:45       MW           DAVIS, E G                                H 115
  Evening Classes
  5117           6:45- 9:55        W            METZGER, R A                              H 103
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   Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location      Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                       Location


ENGLISH 105 -                                                                               ENGLISH 205 - HONORS SECTION -
INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS                                                    ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                         Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.
   Prerequisites: None.                                                                       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   This course covers the scientific study of the history and structure of languages;         requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   language in its social and cultural contexts.                                              Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   1253           11:20-12:45     T Th        KURZ, M J                            H 105      students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
                                                                                              instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   Evening Classes
   3195           3:30- 6:40      W           KURZ, M J                           H 105       A survey of major figures and works in British literature from the eighth through the
                                                                                              eighteenth centuries.
   3196           6:45- 9:55      T           MOORE, R V                          H 113
                                                                                              5270           3:30- 6:40      Th         ZUCKER, A                          H 104
ENGLISH 127 -
CREATIVE WRITING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      ENGLISH 206 -
   Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.                                   ENGLISH LITERATURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.
   This course is a writing workshop for students interested in writing fiction and
   poetry.                                                                                    This course surveys major authors in British literature from the Romantic period to
                                                                                              the present.
   Note: UC allows a maximum of 6 transferable units for this course.
                                                                                              8027           11:20-12:45     T Th       MOORE, R V                          H 111
   Evening Classes
   3164           3:30- 6:40      T           MOORE, R V                          H 104
                                                                                            ENGLISH 206 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                            ENGLISH LITERATURE II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ENGLISH 185 - DIRECTED STUDY -
                                                                                              Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.
ENGLISH (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 2
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                        This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                              requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
   NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;                             Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND                         students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION                           instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.                                    A survey of major authors in British literature from the Romantic period to the
   This course allows student to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis         present.
   under the direction of a supervising instructor.                                           8028           11:20-12:45     T Th       MOORE, R V                          H 111
   1749           1 hr 05 mins TBA            WEIGAND, S M                    LARC 229
                                                                                            ENGLISH 207 -
ENGLISH 203 -                                                                               AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
WORLD LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.
   Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.                                     This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   This course is a survey of world literature (in translation) from ancient times to the     requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   Renaissance.                                                                               This course is a survey of major authors in American literature from 1608 to the
                                                                                              Civil War.
   Evening Classes
   3188           6:45- 9:55      Th          GHAFFARI, I                         H 113       Evening Classes
                                                                                              5124           6:45- 9:55      Th         ZUCKER, A                          H 104
ENGLISH 205 -
ENGLISH LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  ENGLISH 207 - HONORS SECTIONS -
   Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.                                   AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   A survey of major figures and works in British literature from the eighth through the      Prerequisite: English 102 with a grade of C or better.
   eighteenth centuries.                                                                      This course is a survey of major authors in American literature from 1608 to the
                                                                                              Civil War.
   Evening Classes
   5269           3:30- 6:40      Th          ZUCKER, A                           H 104       Evening Classes
                                                                                              5125           6:45- 9:55      Th         ZUCKER, A                          H 104
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ENGLISH 285 - DIRECTED STUDY -                                                            ENGLISH 082 -
ENGLISH (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                                INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     (NDA) - 5.00 UNITS
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES                              Prerequisite: None.
  NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC,                            Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
  CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION
                                                                                            This course develops skills leading to college level reading capacity and is intended
  AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE
                                                                                            for students with English as a Second Language at a beginning/high-beginning
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO
                                                                                            level.
  THE UC.
  This course allows students to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis
                                                                                            1262           9:40-10:50      MTWTh STONEHAM, C A                             H 104
  under the direction of a supervising instructor.                                          Evening Classes
  1282           2 hrs 05 mins TBA          ZUCKER, A                           H 121       3101           6:45- 9:15      MW          ARIAS, R                           FL 112


ENGLISH 385 - DIRECTED STUDY -                                                            ENGLISH 083 -
ENGLISH (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                COLLEGE CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Speech 61 and 64.
  NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
  NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC,                            Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
  CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION                            This course is designed for students who require additional skills in listening to,
  AND ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE                                  speaking, and writing English.
  CALCULATION OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO
  THE UC.                                                                                   1264           11:20-12:45     MW          STONEHAM, C A                    BSC 100
  This course allows students to pursue directed study in English on a contract basis       Evening Classes
  under the direction of a supervising instructor.                                          3174           6:45- 9:55      Th          RAMSEY, N L                            B9
  Evening Classes
  3229           3 hrs 10 mins TBA          ZUCKER, A                          H 121      ENGLISH 361 -
                                                                                          ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I (NDA) - 6.00 UNITS
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                              Prerequisite: English 83 with a passing grade.
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                  This course includes reading and discussion of literature, news and academic text,
                                                                                            gathering information, and sentence writing.
                                                                                            1288    LEC 8:00- 9:10         MTWTh HUBBARD, R S                              FL 113
                                                                                            &       LAB 6:45- 7:50         MW    HUBBARD, R S                              FL 113

      English as a Second                                                                 ENGLISH 362 -
                                                                                          ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II (NDA) - 6.00 UNITS
           Language                                                                         Prerequisite: English 361with a grade of C or better or appropriate placement
                                                                                            through the English assessment process.

  (Credit Courses)                                                                          This course includes reading and intermediate ESL composition skills.
  (See chart on pages 44-45)                                                                1289    LEC    9:40-10:50      MTWTh       HUBBARD, R S                        H 113
                                                                                            &       LAB   11:00-12:05      MW          HUBBARD, R S                        H 113
                                                                                            1292    LEC    2:15- 4:45      MW          STONEHAM, C A                       H 115
                                                                                            &       LAB    4:55- 6:00      MW          STONEHAM, C A                       H 115


                  ESL Students                                                            ENGLISH 363 -
                                                                                          ESL FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES III (CSU) - 6.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: English 362with a grade of C or better or appropriate placement
  (See chart on pages 44-45)                                                                through the English assessment process.
                                                                                            This course includes college-level reading and composition skills.
ENGLISH 080 -                                                                               1290    LEC 9:40-10:50         MTWTh LOMEN, W H                                   B1
INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE READING                                        &       LAB 11:00-12:05        MW    LOMEN, W H                                   B1
SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Evening Classes
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                            3421    LAB 5:30- 6:35         MW          RAFII, M                               B1
  Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                                     &       LEC 6:40- 9:15         MW          RAFII, M                               B1
  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                    BSC 100
  Evening Classes
  3171           6:45- 9:55      W          VEATCH, G L                       CC 201
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       English as a Second                                                                                             Finance
            Language                                                                       NOTE: See also Accounting, Business, Law, Management, Marketing, and
                                                                                           Real Estate.
   (See Noncredit Courses page 90)
                                                                                         FINANCE 002 -
                                                                                         INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                           This course examines the analysis of investment alternatives for the management
                         ESL Civics                                                        of wealth, as well as the function and operations of the investment market.
                                                                                           Evening Classes
   (See Noncredit Courses page 90)                                                         3100           6:45- 9:55        Th          POWDER, J M                       CC 208

                                                                                         FINANCE 008 -
                                                                                         PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
  Environmental Science                                                                    This course is a lifetime guide to successful money management-how to make it,
                                                                                           spend it, save it, invest it and leave it.
                                                                                           1267           2:40- 4:05        T Th        ALLEN, S E                        BJ 105
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 001 -                                                                Evening Classes
THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES                                                  3063           6:45- 9:55        W           SIOUKAS, A V                      BJ 108
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                     FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   An interdisciplinary approach to the science behind human-environment interaction,      SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   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      MW         LEONARD, M L                     AHS 236                   Fire Technology
   1582          9:40-11:05      T Th       LEONARD, M L                     AHS 152
   1586          11:20-12:45     T Th       LEONARD, M L                     AHS 152
   Evening Classes                                                                       FIRE TECHNOLOGY 027 -
   3379          6:45- 9:55      Th         LEDDY, G S                      AHS 152      WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 3
                                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 007 -                                                                Skills to prepare for entry jobs in wildland fire fighting. Includes hands-on training.
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY                                                      1297    LEC 8:00-11:15           Sat/Sun MCCOMBS, R B                        EST 107
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                      &       LEC 12:15- 2:30          Sat/Sun MCCOMBS, R B                        EST 107
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                     &       LAB 2:30- 3:10           Sat/Sun MCCOMBS, R B                        EST 107
   An examination of human-environment interaction focusing on natural hazards                            (6 week class - starts 4/13/2013, ends 5/19/2013)
   such as earthquakes, landslides, floods, volcanoes and pollution.
   Evening Classes                                                                       FIRE TECHNOLOGY 096 -
   3384          6:45- 9:55      T          LEONARD, M L                    AHS 152      EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (CSU) - 8.00 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisite: Students must present to the instructor either a Basic Life Support
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 022 -                                                                (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
THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES LAB                                              beginning of the class or no later than the first examination.
(UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: Environment Science 1.                                 This course covers the didactic education, clinical experience two (10-hour
                                                                                           observational ride-a-long on an ambulance with a minimum of ten patient
   Introductory lab course in which students will work individually and in teams to        contacts), and skill development of pre-hospital (out of hospital) concepts, theories
   investigate the causes and consequences of key environmental issues. Field              and practices required of the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. Emergency
   sampling, laboratory procedures and data analysis skills are emphasized as we           Department clinical experience may be offered.
   explore our natural world. Particular attention is paid to water, energy,
   consumption, food, sustainability, waste and recycling.                                 1298    LEC    8:00-10:05        MTW         COWEN, A R                       EST 113
                                                                                           &       LAB   10:10-11:25        MTW         COWEN, A R                       EST 114
   1294    LEC 11:20-12:25       W          LEONARD, M L                     AHS 152       1299    LEC    1:00- 3:05        MTW         COWEN, A R                       EST 113
   &       LAB 12:25- 2:30       W          LEONARD, M L                     AHS 152       &       LAB    3:10- 4:25        MTW         COWEN, A R                       EST 114
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FIRE TECHNOLOGY 201 -                                                                     FIRE TECHNOLOGY 213 - FIRE INVESTIGATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                             Prerequisite: None.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                       Students will be able to identify methods of determining point of origin and fire
  Fire service and related agencies, history and organization. Job responsibilities and     causes. They will also be able to explain investigative techniques and prepare
  career opportunities.                                                                     cases for prosecution.

  Evening Classes                                                                           Evening Classes
  3197           6:45- 9:55      W          CAVAGLIERI, R J                  EST 113        3178           6:45- 9:55      W          STAFF                             EST 107

FIRE TECHNOLOGY 202 -
FIRE PREVENTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                          FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                            SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  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                                    French
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 203 -
FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          FRENCH 001 -
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  Study of portable and permanent fire protection systems. Detection and alarm              Prerequisite: None.
  systems, explosion prevention, computer protection and special hazards.
                                                                                            Fundamentals of French pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure,
  Evening Classes                                                                           and culture. Stresses the ability to understand, read, write, and speak simple
  3198           6:45- 9:55      Th         BEACH, R J                       EST 113        French. Basic computer knowledge required for interactive activities.
                                                                                            1302           8:15- 9:25      MTWTh YERMIAN, J                                  FL 102
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 204 -                                                                       1301           9:40-12:10      MW    MERRILL, D L                                FL 102
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION                                                   Evening Classes
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                          3199           4:00- 6:30      T Th       MERRILL, D L                           FL 102
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                       3202           7:00- 9:30      T Th       MIYASAKI, J                            FL 115
  Building construction as it relates to fire prevention and suppression. Types of
  buildings and uses.                                                                     FRENCH 002 -
  Evening Classes                                                                         ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  3032           6:45- 9:55      Th         CASTANEDA, D R                   EST 103        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
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 205 -                                                                       comprehension, oral expression and comprehension, writing, culture. Basic
FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                             computer skills required for online work.
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                            1303           9:40-12:10      T Th       MIYASAKI, J                            FL 115
  Theory of how and why fires start, spread, and are controlled. Fire chemistry
                                                                                            Evening Classes
  and physics, fire characteristics of
  materials and extinguishing agents.                                                       3203           7:00- 9:30      T Th       PRA, D R                               FL 102
  Evening Classes
  3194           6:45- 9:55      T          CASTANEDA, D R                   EST 103      FRENCH 003 -
                                                                                          INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: French 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
FIRE TECHNOLOGY 206 -
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      Extensive review of grammar and a more intensive study of the language, including
                                                                                            idioms, advanced grammatical concepts and irregular structures. Listening,
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                       speaking, reading, writing, and cultural study. Basic computer skills required for
  Study of dangerous chemicals. Fire Department role in providing life safety for the       online work.
  public and the firefighter.
                                                                                            Evening Classes
  Evening Classes                                                                           5053           7:00- 9:30      MW         WOLMAN, F                              FL 115
  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 applica-
  tion of various types of fire companies and apparatus.
  Evening Classes
  3186           6:45- 9:55      W          ARMSTRONG, G T                   EST 103
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   Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                         Location       Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


FRENCH 003 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                FRENCH 006 -
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                  ADVANCED FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: French 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.              Prerequisite: French 5 with a grade of C or better.
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program                      Continues the study of French and Francophone literature, Advanced composition,
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                   stylistics, grammar, and oral practice. Oral and written reports within the context of
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors         literary and cultural analysis. Basic computer skills required for online work.
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an        Evening Classes
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                                                                                               5013           7:00- 9:30        MW           MERRILL, D L                              FL 102
   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        FRENCH 006 - HONORS SECTIONS -
   online work.                                                                              ADVANCED FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                               Prerequisite: French 5 with a grade of C or better.
   Evening Classes
   5054           7:00- 9:30      MW         WOLMAN, F                              FL 115     This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                               requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                               Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
FRENCH 004 -                                                                                   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   Prerequisite: French 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.              Advanced study of French and Francophone literature and cultural texts. Sustained
   Introduction to literary analysis; improvement of communication skills through the          practice in oral expression, comprehension, reading and writing.
   study of representative literary texts. Sustained study of grammar, vocabulary, and         Advanced oral practice.
   stylistics. Basic computer skills required for online work.
                                                                                               Evening Classes
   Evening Classes                                                                             5014           7:00- 9:30        MW           MERRILL, D L                              FL 102
   5055           7:00- 9:30      MW         WOLMAN, F                              FL 115
                                                                                               FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
FRENCH 004 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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 110-112.
   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
                                                                                                                    Geography
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   Introduction to literary analysis; improvement of communication skills through the
   study of representative literary texts. Sustained study of grammar, vocabulary, and       GEOGRAPHY 001 -
   stylistics. Basic computer skills required for online work.                               PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                               Prerequisite: None.
   Evening Classes
                                                                                               This course is an overview of the global environment and the geography of Planet
   5056           7:00- 9:30      MW         WOLMAN, F                              FL 115
                                                                                               Earth. Topics covered include weather and climate, plate tectonics, landforms
                                                                                               change, human-environment interaction and the tools of geographic analysis
FRENCH 005 -                                                                                   including Geographic Information Systems. Optional field trips are offered.
ADVANCED FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                        7034           Online                         KRANZ, J                           INTERNET
   Prerequisite: French 4 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.                             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                              go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   Continued study of representative literary and cultural texts of different genres for                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   the improvement of oral expression, comprehension, reading, textual analysis, and           1309           8:00- 9:25        MW           LEDDY, G S                           AHS 136
   writing. Basic computer skills required for accessing online activities.
                                                                                               1310           9:00-12:05         F           LININGER, B A                        AHS 136
   Evening Classes                                                                             1730           11:20-12:45       T Th         HACKELING, J H                       AHS 136
   5011           7:00- 9:30      MW         MERRILL, D L                           FL 102     Evening Classes
                                                                                               3129           5:00- 6:25        MW           PISCITELLO, B                       AHS 136
FRENCH 005 - HONORS SECTION -
ADVANCED FRENCH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                      GEOGRAPHY 002 -
   Prerequisite: French 4 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.            CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                     Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                   English 101.
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors         An introduction to human geography and the imprint of humans on the Earth. Topics
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an        include glottalization, ethnic conflict, development, trade, environmental and social
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                         change, and the challenges of living in an increasingly interdependent and
                                                                                               interconnected world.
   Continued study of French and Francophone literary texts for the improvement of
   oral expression, comprehension, reading and writing.                                        1213           9:40-11:05        MW           LEDDY, G S                           AHS 136
                                                                                               Evening Classes
   Evening Classes
                                                                                               3206           6:45- 9:55        T            KRANZ, J                            AHS 136
   5012           7:00- 9:30      MW         MERRILL, D L                           FL 102
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  Section #     Time            Day        Instructor                        Location     Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                       Location


GEOGRAPHY 003 -
INTRODUCTION TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (Same as Meteorology 3)                                                                                             German
  Prerequisite: None.
  An exploration of atmospheric processes and global climactic patterns.
                                                                                        GERMAN 001 -
  8063          8:00- 9:25      T Th       LEONARD, M L                     AHS 136
                                                                                        ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None.
GEOGRAPHY 009 -                                                                           Basic pronunciation, grammar and practical conversation. Stresses ability to
PEOPLE AND THE EARTH’S ECOSYSTEM (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                    understand, read, write and speak simple German.
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          8329           9:40-10:50      MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                             FL 104
  An exploration of the many ways that human activity impacts the global
                                                                                          Evening Classes
  environment and how environmental change leads to unexpected consequences for
  humans. The course, through a geographical case study approach, examines real           5232           7:00- 9:35      T Th       FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104
  environmental problems that confront us today.
  Evening Classes                                                                       GERMAN 001 - HONORS SECTION -
  3134          5:00- 6:25      T Th       GAUTHIER, D J                   AHS 136      ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None.

GEOGRAPHY 015 -                                                                           This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                          requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Geography 1 with a grade of C or better or concurrent enrollment.         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
  This laboratory course presents the basics of physical geography and an overview        instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  of the tools of geographic analysis, including satellite imagery/ remote sensing,
  GIS/GPS, and map reading. Field trips are provided to illustrate geographic             8330           9:40-10:50      MTWTh FUSILERO, V M                             FL 104
  principles and processes of landforms change. Physical Science Laboratory credit        Evening Classes
  Evening Classes                                                                         5233           7:00- 9:35      T Th       FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104
  3133    LEC   6:30- 7:00      MW         PISCITELLO, B                   AHS 136
  &       LAB   7:00- 8:05      MW         PISCITELLO, B                   AHS 136      GERMAN 002 -
  3132    LEC   6:45- 7:50      Th         PISCITELLO, B                   AHS 136      ELEMENTARY GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  &       LAB   7:50- 9:55      Th         PISCITELLO, B                   AHS 136        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
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                            idiomatic German usage.
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                          Evening Classes
                                                                                          5015           4:00- 6:30      T Th       FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104

                                                                                        GERMAN 002 - HONORS SECTION -
                            Geology                                                     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 110-112.
GEOLOGY 001 -                                                                             Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                    students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  Detailed study of the origin and composition of the earth, the processes acting to      Continued development of language skills in German with emphasis on everyday
  modify the earth’s surface, and the phenomena that catastrophically affect              idiomatic German usage.
  humans and their environment such as volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides,
  and floods. A field trip is offered for this course.                                    Evening Classes
  1089          8:00- 9:25      MW         HAMS, J E                        AHS 148       5016           4:00- 6:30      T Th       FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104


GEOLOGY 006 -                                                                           GERMAN 003 -
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                       INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  Corequisite: Geology 1.                                                                 Prerequisite: German 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
  Students complete geologic laboratory activities related to minerals, rocks,            Readings in German designed to improve language skills and use of idiomatic
  earthquakes, volcanoes, landforms, and map and aerial photograph interpretation.        German. Thorough review of grammatical structures.
  Field trips to local areas of interest are offered.
                                                                                          Evening Classes
  1098    LEC 9:40-10:45        M          HAMS, J E                        AHS 149       5044           7:00- 9:35      MW         FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104
  &       LAB 10:45-12:50       M          HAMS, J E                        AHS 149

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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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.                                         Health
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors    HEALTH 011 -
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an   PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                      Prerequisite: None.
   Readings in German designed to improve language skills and use of idiomatic              This course offers concepts to use today and tomorrow as guidelines for self-
   German. Complete grammar review.                                                         directed responsible living. Emphasis is placed on relating health concepts for the
                                                                                            individual’s well-being in personal, community, vocational and leadership roles.
   Evening Classes
                                                                                            7087           Online                        BUCHANAN, D                        INTERNET
   5045           7:00- 9:35      MW         FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104                    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.
GERMAN 004 -                                                                                1305           8:00-11:10       Sat          CRINER, L D                         CC 204
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                1306           8:00-11:10       F            SIMS, J A                      NORTH GYM
   Prerequisite: German 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.           1316           8:00- 9:25       MW           MCMILLAN, J M                   NGYM 410
   Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension through the study           1317           8:00- 9:25       T Th         SIMS, J A                          BSC 100
   of literary and cultural selections. Further study of grammar.                           2311           9:40-11:05       MW           GARCIA, F R                     NGYM 410
                                                                                            1320           9:40-11:05       MW           SIMS, J A                           BJ 110
   Evening Classes                                                                          1323           9:40-11:05       MW           WATSON, V                          BSC 100
   5046           7:00- 9:35      MW         FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104      1322           9:40-11:05       T Th         BUCHANAN, D                     NGYM 410
                                                                                            1319           9:40-11:05       T Th         HONJIO, G K                         CC 203
GERMAN 004 - HONORS SECTION -                                                               1321           9:40-11:05        T Th        STAFF                              BSC 100
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                1325           11:20-12:45      MW           JOHNSON, C P                        CC 200
                                                                                            1326           11:20-12:45      T Th         HONJIO, G K                         CC 203
   Prerequisite: German 3 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
                                                                                            1327           11:20-12:45      T Th         WATSON, V                       NGYM 410
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program                   2312           11:20-12:45      MW           HANG, M                         NGYM 410
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                1329           1:00- 2:25       T Th         SIMS, J A                          BSC 100
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors      7431           1:00- 2:25       T Th         MELODY, P E                     NGYM 410
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an     &               Online                       MELODY, P E                      INTERNET
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                                    (8 week class - starts 2/5/2013, ends 3/29/2013)
                                                                                                          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension by study of literary                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   and cultural selections.                                                                               www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

   Evening Classes                                                                          Evening Classes
   5047           7:00- 9:35      MW         FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104      3210           5:00- 6:25       T Th         WATSON, V                        NGYM 410
                                                                                            3211           6:45- 9:55       M            KUCKREJA, J S                       CC 204
                                                                                            3212           6:45- 9:55       T            BUCHANAN, D                      NGYM 410
GERMAN 005 -
                                                                                            3213           6:45- 9:55       W            JOHNSON, C P                       EST 109
ADVANCED GERMAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                     3214           6:45- 9:55       Th           MORENTE, A V                     NGYM 410
   Prerequisite: German 4 with a grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.
   Readings from representative authors of German speaking countries; as well               FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   as oral and written reports in German.                                                   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   Evening Classes
                                                                                            Health 11 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 101.
   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
                                                                                                                        Hebrew
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   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   HEBREW 002 -
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                    ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
   Readings from representative authors of German speaking countries; as well as            (Same as Jewish Studies 12)
   oral and written reports in German.                                                      Prerequisite: Hebrew 1 with a grade of C or better.
   Evening Classes                                                                          Continues the presentation of grammatical forms, with additional training in oral
   5049           7:00- 9:35      MW         FUSILERO, V M                      FL 104      and other language skills.
                                                                                            Evening Classes
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                             5175           6:45- 9:15       T Th         GARBER, Z W                               FL 113
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

                                                                                            FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                            SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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                                                                                                  HISTORY 006 -
                               History                                                            HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                    English 101.
  (For History, see also African-American Studies 4, 5; Chicano Studies 7, 8)                       Independence problems of the Americas, 1810 to present; U.S.-Latin American
  NOTE: State law imposes on all California State Universities certain graduation                   relations and California Constitution.
  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                     Evening Classes
  located in the TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS section of the college catalog.                              3219          6:45- 9:55        M            HOFFMAN, A                            CC 212


HISTORY 001 -                                                                                     HISTORY 007 -
INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                      THE WORLD’S GREAT RELIGIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                       Prerequisite: None.
  English 101.                                                                                      Exploring the historical development of the world’s major religions and study of
  European history from its ancient Mediterranean roots through the classical Greece,               religious beliefs.
  imperial Rome and the Middle Ages.                                                                7049          Online                         LEWIS, M V                         INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  7081           Online                        VAN BENSCHOTEN, W D                INTERNET                        go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please                            www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         Evening Classes
  1330           9:40-11:05       MW           VAN BENSCHOTEN, W D                       CC 203     3220          6:45- 9:55        M            KERZE, M A                            CC 208
  1314           9:40-11:05       T Th         MURRAY, R F                               CC 212
  Evening Classes                                                                                 HISTORY 011 -
  3215           6:45- 9:55       M            CUTLER, M O                           CC 203       POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
                                                                                                  (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
HISTORY 002 -                                                                                       Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                       English 101.
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                       Capturing several key moments in United States history including the initial stages
  English 101.                                                                                      of formation of America, the Civil War and the Constitution which Americans live by.
  European history from the Renaissance through WWII and its aftermath,                             7020          Online                         MURRAY, R F                        INTERNET
  emphasizing political, cultural and intellectual developments.                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  7048           Online                        LEWIS, M V                         INTERNET                        www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        7077          Online                         MURRAY, R F                        INTERNET
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                       To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  1315           11:20-12:45      MW           LEWIS, M V                                CC 208                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                    1336          8:00- 9:25        MW           DRUMMOND, R B                             CC 210
HISTORY 005 -                                                                                       1339          8:00- 9:25        MW           MURRAY, R F                               CC 212
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                     1338          9:40-11:05        T Th         MADDOX, J S                               CC 214
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                       1337          11:20-12:45       T Th         MADDOX, J S                               CC 214
  English 101.                                                                                      Evening Classes
  European colonization of all the Americas through independence, 1492-1825;                        3221          6:45- 9:55        T            MURRAY, R F                           CC 212
  includes U.S. Constitution.
                                                                                                    History 11 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 101.
  8115           11:20-12:45      MW           DRUMMOND, R B                             CC 210

HISTORY 005 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                    HISTORY 012 -
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                   POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                     (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  English 101.                                                                                      Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                    English 101.
  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                         The development of modern industrial urban America and the relationship between
                                                                                                    the United States and the rest of the world.
  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              7065          Online                         HOVSEPIAN, D S                     INTERNET
  instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                                             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  European colonization of all the Americas through independence, 1492-1825;                                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  includes U.S. Constitution.                                                                       1351          8:00- 9:25        T Th         MURRAY, R F                               CC 212
  8116           11:20-12:45      MW           DRUMMOND, R B                             CC 210     1343          9:40-11:05        MW           MURRAY, R F                               CC 212
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
                                                                                                    3222          6:45- 9:55        W            POWELSON, M W                         CC 210
                                                                                                    History 12 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see page 101.
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HISTORY 018 -
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                                        Humanities
   English 101.
   A survey of the cultural development of American society from 1865 to the present.
   8135           9:40-11:05       MW          DRUMMOND, R B                         CC 210    HUMANITIES 001 -
                                                                                               CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION
                                                                                               (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
HISTORY 018 - HONORS SECTION -
                                                                                                 Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                   English 101.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.                                                                                  This course is an introduction to the general concepts of Humanities. Mythology,
                                                                                                 music, history, philosophy, painting, drama, sculpture and architecture are studied
   This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                       and compared in relation to their background, medium, organization and style. This
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                     course surveys in depth the classical heritage of Greece and Rome. Emphasis is
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors           placed upon the awareness of cultural heritage, values and perspectives as
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an          revealed in the arts.
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                           8380           8:00- 9:25        MW           STAFF                                     CC 214
   A survey of the cultural development of American society from 1865 to the present.            1352           9:40-11:05        T Th         DRUMMOND, R B                             CC 210
   8136           9:40-11:05       MW          DRUMMOND, R B                         CC 210
                                                                                               HUMANITIES 001 - HONORS SECTION -
HISTORY 020 -                                                                                  CULTURAL PATTERNS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION
HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA AND THE PACIFIC COAST                                                    (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                            Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                 English 101.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.                                                                                  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                                 requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   A focus on California and Pacific Coast history, including the political, econom-
   ic and social significance among the Native, Spanish and American cultures.                   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   6917           3:30- 5:05    T Th      MORALES, A A                   PAN HIGH                students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
                  (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                              instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                  *NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015          This course is an introduction to the general concepts of Humanities. Mythology,
                  Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City, CA 91402.                                       music, history, philosophy, painting, drama, sculpture and architecture are studied
                  *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See          and compared in relation to their background, medium, organization and style. This
                  pages 114-115.                                                                 course surveys in depth the classical heritage of Greece and Rome. Emphasis is
                                                                                                 placed upon the awareness of cultural heritage, values and perspectives as
                                                                                                 revealed in the arts.
HISTORY 049 -
RELIGION IN AMERICA (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        8381           8:00- 9:25        MW           STAFF                                     CC 214
   Prerequisite: None.
   Survey of the variety of religious expressions since the colonial period, from Native       HUMANITIES 003 -
   Americans to New Age.                                                                       THE ARTS OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1346           8:00- 9:25       MW          KERZE, M A                            CC 208      Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                 English 101.
                                                                                                 A cultural survey which includes a study of the literature, philosophy, music,
HISTORY 086 -                                                                                    painting, architecture and sculpture of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries in
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CIVILIZATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                       western Europe and North America, in terms of the ideas and basic needs which
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                   stimulated the artists and thinkers and the contributions of their work toward the
   English 101.                                                                                  development of contemporary society.
   A brief outline of world civilizations from earliest times to the sixteenth century.          1350           9:40-11:05        T Th         HEIKKINEN, D L                            CC 208
   Designed to meet UC:CSU transfer and California teaching credential needs.
   1349           11:20-12:45      T Th        NIELSEN, C S                          CC 208    HUMANITIES 030 -
                                                                                               THE BEGINNINGS OF CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                      English 101.
                                                                                                 This course is a survey of man’s cultural heritage from prehistoric times to the early
                                                                                                 civilizations of Sumeria, Babylonia, Assyria and Egypt. Emphasis is placed on the
                                                                                                 arts, literature, religion, cultural traditions and contributions made by these
                                                                                                 civilizations to man’s historical and cultural heritage.
                                                                                                 7016           Online                         HEIKKINEN, D 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.
                                                                                                 1359           9:40-11:05        MW           HEIKKINEN, D L                            CC 214
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HUMANITIES 090 -                                                                            JEWISH STUDIES 012 -
THE HERO AND HEROINE THROUGH FILM OVER THE AGES                                             ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                         (Same as Hebrew 2)
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Prerequisite: Hebrew 1 with a grade of C or better.
  A cultural Survey of heroes and heroines through the use of film. A collection of           Continues the presentation of grammatical forms, provides additional training in
  movies depicting the Ancient World, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the               oral and written composition, and reading.
  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                Evening Classes
  culture over time..                                                                         5176           6:45- 9:15       T Th         GARBER, Z W                               FL 113
  1311           8:00- 9:25      T Th        DRUMMOND, R B                       CC 210
                                                                                              FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.




                                Italian                                                                            Journalism
                                                                                            JOURNALISM 101 -
ITALIAN 001 -                                                                               COLLECTING AND WRITING NEWS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                    Prerequisite: None.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                         This course is an introduction to news gathering and writing. Students will receive
  Basic pronunciation, grammar, practical conversation, and cultural study.                   practice in rapid organization and in concise, accurate and effective writing.
  Emphasizes ability to understand, read, write and speak Italian.                            1356           11:20-12:45      MW           DAUBER, W J                                 B 26
  1354           9:40-10:50      MTWTh TROMBETTA, G N                             FL 108
  Evening Classes                                                                           JOURNALISM 105 -
  3228           7:00- 9:30      MW          TROMBETTA, G N                       FL 108    MASS COMMUNICATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                              English 101.
ITALIAN 002 -
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                   This is a survey course designed to acquaint students with print, and broadcast
  Prerequisite: Italian 1 with grade of C or better or equivalent skill level.                media such as film, newspapers, magazines, radio and the Internet. The course is
                                                                                              developed for both journalism and non-journalism majors.
  Continues development of language skills and cultural knowledge in Italian with
  emphasis on everyday Italian.                                                               7062           Online                        DAUBER, W J                        INTERNET
                                                                                                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  1355           8:15- 9:25      MTWTh TROMBETTA, G N                             FL 108                    go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                            www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                1345           9:40-11:05       MW           DAUBER, W J                               FL 112
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

                                                                                            JOURNALISM 202 -
                                                                                            ADVANCED NEWSWRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Prerequisite: Journalism 101 with grade of C or better.
                                                                                              This course emphasizes advanced principles and practices in writing specialized
                Jewish Studies                                                                types of news stories and promotes increased mastery of reporting skills.
                                                                                              1357           11:20-12:45      T Th         DAUBER, W J                               FL 106


JEWISH STUDIES 002 -                                                                        JOURNALISM 218 -
THE JEWISH RELIGIOUS HERITAGE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                         PRACTICAL EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Prerequisite: Journalism 202 with a grade of C or better.
  An exploration of major teachings of Judaism. A brief historical background of the          Students receive practical instruction in writing and publishing the college
  development of Judaism is related to an exposition of its central affirmations.             newspaper ‘The Valley Star’. Real world working conditions are stressed.
                                                                                              1367    LEC 9:40-10:45          T            DAUBER, W J                               BJ 114
  Evening Classes
                                                                                              &       LAB 9:40-10:45          Th           DAUBER, W J                               BJ 114
  3150           6:45- 9:55      M           GOODMAN, M S                         FL 113      &       LAB 4:30- 9:45          T            DAUBER, W J                               BJ 114

                                                                                              FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                              SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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   Section #     Time            Day        Instructor                       Location       Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                          LEARNING SKILLS 010C -
                                     Law                                                  MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                            Prerequisite: None. Open entry/open exit. Pass/No Pass class.
                                                                                            Students receive specialized instruction in math fundamentals including, percents,
   NOTE: See also Accounting, Business, Finance, Management, Marketing, and                 conversion of measurements in both English and Metric systems, area and
   Real Estate.                                                                             perimeter, volume and a preview of Algebra and Geometry.
                                                                                            1362          10:45-11:50       T Th         DAVOYAN, L V                              B9
LAW 001 -
BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          LEARNING SKILLS 013 -
   (Law 2 may be taken before Law 1)                                                      LEARNING SKILLS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                    (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   This course is an introduction to business law, and includes an overview of court        Prerequisites: None. Offered on Pass/No Pass class.
   systems, torts, crimes, intellectual property. Essentials of contract formation,         This open-entry/open-exit course emphasizes basic skills in reading, vocabulary,
   performance, remedies for breach.                                                        grammar, punctuation listening and speaking. This class prepares students to
   1224          9:40-11 :05     MW         NASSER, D M                       BJ 107        transition to higher level college courses.
   1226          11:20-12:45     T Th       ARDAVANY, J F                     BJ 110        1364          8:00- 9:25        MW           DAVOYAN, L V                              B1
   1225          1:00- 2:25      T Th       ARDAVANY, J F                     BJ 110
   Evening Classes                                                                        LEARNING SKILLS 040 -
   3067          6:45- 9:55      M          O’NEAL, S L                       BJ 106      INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING DISABILITIES (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                            Enrollment by add card until the third week of the semester. Students must obtain
LAW 002 -                                                                                   add card from Services for Students with Disabilities Office, Student Services
BUSINESS LAW II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                       Annex Building, Room 175. Offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.
   (Law 2 may be taken before Law 1)                                                        Individualized diagnostic assessment procedures are administered. Students with
                                                                                            learning disabilities identify strengths and weaknesses in achievement and learning
   (Offered Spring semester only.)                                                          skills. Individual educational plans are developed outlining learning goals,
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                      objectives, strategies, and recommendations.
   Essentials of the law of agency, partnerships, corporations, property, commer-           4000          5 hrs 50 mins TBA              MELKONIAN, S                         SSA 175
   cial papers. Includes case studies.                                                                    (6 week class - starts 2/11/2013, ends 3/22/2013)

   Evening Classes                                                                          4001          6 hrs             TBA          MELKONIAN, S                         SSA 175
                                                                                                          (6 week class - starts 4/15/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
   3072          6:45- 9:55      Th         WATERSTONE, S I                   BJ 107

                                                                                          LEARNING SKILLS 041 -
                                                                                          STUDY STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
                                                                                          (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
                 Learning Skills                                                            Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                            This course will help students with identified learning disabilities to develop
                                                                                            strategies to cope with the demands of the classroom environment. Such strategies
                                                                                            include time management, note taking, listening and reading comprehension skills.
LEARNING SKILLS 001A -                                                                      4008          11:20-12:45       MW           MELKONIAN, S                         SSA 175
READING (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                      FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   The student will receive group and individualized reading instruction designed           SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
   to improve reading skills. Open entry/open exit. Pass/No Pass class.
   1361          8:00- 9:25     T Th      DAVOYAN, L V                    EST 104

LEARNING SKILLS 002A -
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                                        Library Science
   Prerequisite: None.
   The student will receive group and individualized English skills to the level at       LIBRARY SCIENCE 101 -
   which the student will be able to succeed in college/vocational coursework.            LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT
   Open entry/open exit. Pass/ No Pass class.
                                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
   1360         9:40-11:05      M         BROWER, L D                        CC 208
   &            9:40-11:05      W         DAVOYAN, L V                       CC 208         An introduction to research methods and library organization.
                                                                                            7076          Online                         BEHLENDORF, X L                    INTERNET
                                                                                                          (9 Week Class - Starts 2/11/2013, Ends 4/10/2013 )
LEARNING SKILLS 010B -
                                                                                                          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                    www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

   The student will receive individual and group instruction in math fundamentals.          1300          8:00- 9:05        MW           JENSEN, J M                         LARC 100
   Open entry/open exit. Pass/ No Pass class                                                              (8 week class - starts 2/11/2013, ends 4/10/2013)

   1363          9:40-10:40      T Th       DAVOYAN, L V                             B9
                                                                                            FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                            SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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  Section #     Time            Day        Instructor                        Location     Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


                                                                                        MANAGEMENT 048 -
                        Linguistics                                                     MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          This course presents an introduction to systems and procedures aspects of modern
  (See English 105 page 47)                                                               management for more efficient paperwork.
                                                                                          Evening Classes
                                                                                          3075           6:45- 9:55       W            Perez, M                              BJ 106


     Machine Shop - CNC                                                                   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                          SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.



MACHINE SHOP - CNC 114 -
PRINT INTERPRETATION & SKETCHING (BLUEPRINT I)
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                                 Marketing
  A course in understanding the fundamental principles and practices of blueprint         NOTE: See also Accounting, Business, Finance, Law, Management, and Real
  reading which includes a study of standard symbols and their applications with
                                                                                          Estate.
  emphasis on interpreting a variety of mechanical drawing in the major technical
  fields.
                                                                                        MARKETING 001 -
  Evening Classes
                                                                                        PRINCIPLES OF SELLING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  3146          3:30- 6:40      M          AVILA, M A                          E 110
                                                                                          Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          Principles of selling deals with persuasive communication techniques, personality
                                                                                          types, prospecting methods, and the basic skills necessary for success in selling
                                                                                          careers.

                   Management                                                             1372
                                                                                          Evening Classes
                                                                                                         8:00- 9:25       T Th         NEAL, E B                                 BJ 107

                                                                                          3271           6:45- 9:55       W            POLACHEK, D L                         BJ 107
  NOTE: See also Accounting, Business, Finance, Law, Marketing, and Real
  Estate.
                                                                                        MARKETING 021 -
                                                                                        PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
MANAGEMENT 001 -                                                                          Prerequisite: None.
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                          This course provides an intensive study of concepts and strategies on which the
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                          field of marketing is based. Emphasis will be on product, distribution, promotion
  This course covers the principles of management, including a detailed analysis of       and pricing decisions. Additional topics are sales forecasting, domestic and
  management functions.                                                                   international markets, personal selling, marketing legislation and the environmental
  1368          8:00- 9:25      MW         NEAL, E B                          BJ 108      factors that impact marketing.
  Evening Classes                                                                         1373           9:40-11:05       T Th         NEAL, E B                                 BJ 107
  3232          6:45- 9:55      M          SIOUKAS, A V                      BJ 108
                                                                                        MARKETING 031 -
MANAGEMENT 013 -                                                                        RETAIL MERCHANDISING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                        Prerequisite: None.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                     The course covers the principles and procedures of retailing, including store
                                                                                          location, layout, and organization.
  This course covers the design, organization and operation of small businesses.
  Areas of study include the identification of market opportunities and location          Evening Classes
  factors.                                                                                9508           6:45- 9:55       M            AMRIKHAS SAADO, V                   BJ 107
  1369          11:20-12:45     MW         NEAL, E B                          BJ 108      &              Online                        AMRIKHAS SAADO, V                INTERNET
  Evening Classes                                                                                       (9 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
                                                                                                        To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  3231          6:45- 9:55      Th         SHAPIRO, P                      BSC 105                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                        www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

MANAGEMENT 031 -
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR EMPLOYEES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                          FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                          SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course covers the practical application of psychological and sociological
  principles to the study of human relations in business and industry. The course
  emphasizes case studies and teamwork.
  Evening Classes
  3233          6:45- 9:55      T          PEREZ, M                          CC 204
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                                                                                                 MATHEMATICS 113 -
                     Mathematics                                                                 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA A - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 112 or Math 110; or
                                                                                                   appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
                                                                                                   The first half of Math 115. The course covers integer exponents, polynomials,
MATHEMATICS 105 -                                                                                  solving linear equations and inequalities, and factoring. Math 113 and 114 together
ARITHMETIC (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                      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.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   1471           9:40-11:05        MW           STILLSON, A                           EST 103
   Covers the fundamentals of arithmetic that are essential to continuing in any field.
                                                                                                   1387           11:20-12:45       MW           GOODMAN, L F                          MS 109
   1375           8:00- 9:25       MW           CASTILLO, S J                        MS 113        1385           11:20-12:45       T Th         LIANG, S                              EST 103
   1710           8:00- 9:25       T Th         CASTILLO, S J                        MS 113        1386           1:00- 2:25        MW           VO, S J                               MS 114
   1332           9:40-11:05       MW           HE, F Y                              EST 108
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
   1333           9:40-11:05       T Th         ENRIQUEZ, L A                          H 103
   1334           11:20-12:45      MW           HITO, M M                            EST 108       3437           6:45- 9:55        M            SANI, R H                            MS 111
   1377           11:20-12:45      T Th         KAWAI, J                            LARC 227       3450           6:45- 9:55        Th           SANI, R H                            EST 110
   1335           1:00- 2:25       T Th         LIANG, S                             MS 111
   1376           1:00- 2:25       T Th         MOVSISYAN, M                         MS 109      MATHEMATICS 114 -
   Evening Classes                                                                               ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA B - 3.00 UNITS
   3237           6:45- 9:55       M            MARTINEZ, M E                         MS 101       Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 113.
   3238           6:45- 9:55       T            PAPISYAN, S                           MS 114       The second half of Math 115. The course reviews factoring, and covers rational
   3240           6:45- 9:55         W          YEN, C P                              MS 110       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
MATHEMATICS 110 -                                                                                  is allowed in only one of Math 115 or the Math 113/114 combination. Concurrent
INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRAIC CONCEPTS (NDA) - 5.00 UNITS                                              enrollment in Math 113 and 114 is not permitted.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                             1389           9:40-11:05        T Th         KHODAGHOLIAN, S                       EST 108
   This course covers topics beginning with arithmetic through beginning algebraic                 1388           11:20-12:45       MW           VO, S J                               MS 114
   concepts in preparation for Elementary Algebra.                                                 Evening Classes
   *9501          9:40-10:50       MTWTh KAWAI, J                                   LARC 227       3313           6:45- 9:55        W            ALTSHILLER, A L                      MS 101
                 *This class is part of the Math Accelerated Pathways to STEM grant. To add        3314           6:45- 9:55        Th           MAKHLUF, R A                         EST 107
                 this class, contact Miguel Sandoval at sandovma@lavc.edu or 818-778-5741.
                 Enrollment is by add permit only.

   Evening Classes                                                                               MATHEMATICS 115 -
   3236          4:00- 6:30        MW           NATIAN, A                             MS 101     ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA - 5.00 UNITS
   3239          6:45- 9:15        MW           TSVIKYAN, A                           MS 109       Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Math 112 or Math 110; or appropriate skill
                                                                                                   level demonstrated through the math placement process.
                                                                                                   The course will cover a basic review of arithmetic and prealgebra; fundamental
MATHEMATICS 112 -                                                                                  operations on polynomial, rational, and radical (index 2) expressions; polynomial
PRE-ALGEBRA (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                     factoring; solving linear, quadratic, special polynomial, rational, radical equations,
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: A grade of C or better in Math 105; or                         and systems of linear equations; graphing a linear equation in two variables;
   appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.                        setting up and solving a variety of word problems.
   Review of arithmetic and introduction to basic algebraic concepts.                              1390           6:45- 7:55        MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                                 MS 109
   1383           9:40-11:05       MW           IRANMANESH, A                        EST 107       *1398          8:15- 9:25        MTWTh VO, S J                                      MS 114
                                                                                                                  This is a paired class and must be taken with Math 125, section 1425,
   1382           9:40-11:05       T Th         SHIN, L V                            EST 105                      which meets M-Th 9:40-10:50. To add this class, contact the instructor
   1381           11:20-12:45      MW           GRIGORYAN, S                         MS 107                       Susan Vo at vosh@lavc.edu or 818-947-2391. Enrollment by add permit
   1353           11:20-12:45      T Th         ENRIQUEZ, L A                        EST 107                      only.
   7422           1:00- 2:50       M            IYER, K K                            MS 108        1391           8:15- 9:25        MTWTh        JOHNSON, C S                         MS 101
   &              Online                        IYER, K K                          INTERNET        1392           8:15- 9:25        MTWTh        SUTCLIFFE, T V                       MS 105
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please            1393           8:15- 9:25        MTWTh        KAWAI, J                            LARC 227
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       1394           9:40-10:50        MTWTh        SUTCLIFFE, T V                        FL 113
                                                                                                   *9510          9:40-10:50        MTWTh        BARAKAT, M A                         MS 110
   Evening Classes                                                                                                *This class is part of the Math Accelerated Pathways to STEM grant.
   3244           6:45- 9:55       M            PATVAKANYAN, Y                       MS 110                       It is paired and must be taken with Math 125, section 9509, which
                                                                                                                  meets M-Th 11:20-12:30. To add this class, contact Miguel Sandoval
   3241           6:45- 9:55       T            SIEVER, N L                          MS 111                       at sandovma@lavc.edu or 818-778-5741. Enrollment be by add permit
   3242           6:45- 9:55       T            LIANG, S                             MS 110                       only.
   3245           6:45- 9:55       W            GUTARTS, B                            FL 113       1396           11:20-12:30       MTWTh VO, P H                                     MS 105
   3243           6:45- 9:55       Th           LEE, M K                             EST 101       1397           11:20-12:30       MTWTh CARTHEW, B J                                MS 103
                                                                                                   7423           11:20-12:45       T Th  VO, S J                                     MS 114
                                                                                                   &              Online                  VO, 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.
                                                                                                   1399           1:00- 2:10        MTWTh PAGET, G J                                   MS 103

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                          Math Course Sequence
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   Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


   Evening Classes                                                                               MATHEMATICS 215 -
   3249           4:00- 6:30       MW           MORI, M W                            MS 110      PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   3250           4:00- 6:30       T Th         SIEVER, N L                          MS 113        Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level
   3248           4:00- 6:30       T Th         CARTHEW, B J                         MS 105        demonstrated through the math placement process. Recommended: A grade of C
   3252           6:45- 9:15       MW           GOODMAN, L F                         MS 105        or better in Math 120.
   3253           6:45- 9:15       MW           NATIAN, A                            MS 103        A course designed primarily for students who plan to teach in elementary school.
   3251           6:45- 9:15       T Th         NATIAN, A                            MS 101        Emphasis is placed on the “why” of mathematics rather than the “how”.
   3254           6:45- 9:15       T Th         SIMO, A L                           BSC 108        1307           8:00- 9:25        T Th         KHODAGHOLIAN, S                       EST 103
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
MATHEMATICS 120 -                                                                                  3262           6:45- 9:55        Th           LIANG, S                              MS 108
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            MATHEMATICS 227 -
   the math placement process.                                                                   STATISTICS (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
   The first course in geometry. The course covers points, lines, angles, plane figures            Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill
   and logical proof.                                                                              level demonstrated through the math placement process.
   1402           8:15- 9:25       MTWTh BARAKAT, M A                                 MS 107       This course uses technology to analyze and interpret data sets. Topics include
   1403           11:20-12:30      MTWTh CIUCA, R A                                    FL 113      measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, graphical techniques,
   1472           1:00- 2:10       MTWTh HITO, M M                                    MS 107       probability, hypothesis testing, sampling, estimation, correlation, prediction, and
                                                                                                   linear regression, collection and analysis of data and how inferences about a
   Evening Classes                                                                                 population are made from samples.
   3255           4:00- 6:30       MW           MOVSISYAN, M                          MS 109       1414           8:00-12:15        Sat          PUROHIT, D S                         MS 113
   3412           6:45- 9:15       MW           LEE, M K                              MS 114       7427           8:00- 9:25        MW           LITTIG, A H                          MS 110
                                                                                                   &              Online                         LITTIG, A H                        INTERNET
MATHEMATICS 125 -                                                                                                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA - 5.00 UNITS                                                                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 113 and 114; or a grade                7430           8:00- 9:25        T Th         LITTIG, A H                          MS 111
   of C or better in Mathematics 115; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through
   the math placement process.                                                                     &              Online                         LITTIG, A H                        INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   This course reviews concepts learned in Math 115 and applies them to more                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   complicated problems; also covers inequalities, absolute values, relations and                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   functions, conic sections, and exponential and logarithmic functions.                           7426           9:40-11:05        MW           LITTIG, A H                          MS 113
   1404           6:45- 7:55       MTWTh        LITTIG, A H                           MS 111       &              Online                         LITTIG, A H                        INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1401           8:15- 9:25       MTWTh        NALBANDYAN, Z                         EST 107                     go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   1405           8:15- 9:25       MTWTh        PAGET, G J                            MS 103                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1407           8:15- 9:25       MTWTh        IYER, K K                             MS 108       7429           9:40-11:05        T Th         CASTILLO, S J                        MS 113
   1408           9:40-10:50       MTWTh        PAGET, G J                            MS 103       &              Online                         CASTILLO, S J                      INTERNET
   1409           9:40-10:50       MTWTh        IYER, K K                             MS 108                      To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1410           9:40-10:50       MTWTh        MAKHLUF, R A                          MS 109                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   1413           9:40-10:50       MTWTh        TADEVOSYAN, L                         MS 105                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   *1425          9:40-10:50       MTWTh        VO, S J                               MS 114       Evening Classes
                 This is a paired class and must be taken with Math 115, section 1398,
                 which meets M-Th 8:15-9:25. To add this class, contact the instructor             7428           6:45- 9:35        W            NEMETH, A                           MS 111
                 Susan Vo at vosh@lavc.edu or 818-947-2391. Enrollment by add permit               &              Online                         NEMETH, A                        INTERNET
                 only.                                                                                            To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   7424           11:20-12:45      T Th         HITO, M M                            MS 107                       go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   &              Online                        HITO, M M                          INTERNET
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please            7432           6:45- 9:35        Th           SIKORA, J L                         MS 114
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      &              Online                         SIKORA, J L                      INTERNET
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                      To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1411           11:20-12:30      MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                                 MS 101                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1412           11:20-12:30      MTWTh SUTCLIFFE, T V                               MS 111
   *9509          11:20-12:30      MTWTh BARAKAT, M A                                 MS 110
                 *This class is part of the Math Accelerated Pathways to STEM grant.                                                                       More Math classes on page 62.
                 It is paired and must be taken with Math 115, section 9510, which
                 meets M-Th 9:40-10:50. To add this class, contact Miguel Sandoval
                 at sandovma@lavc.edu or 818-778-5741. Enrollment be by add permit
                 only.
   1417           1:00- 2:10       MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                                 MS 101
   Evening Classes
   3256           4:00- 6:30       MW           CARTHEW, B J                          MS 105
   3257           4:00- 6:30       MW           CHRIST, J H                           MS 103
   3258           4:00- 6:30       T Th         LIANG, S                              MS 101
   3413           6:45- 9:15       MW           NASSIMI, M M                          MS 113
   3415           6:45- 9:15       MW           KRISTEN, J                            MS 108
   3259           6:45- 9:15       T Th         FINE, R L                             MS 113
   3260           6:45- 9:15       T Th         SEPIKAS, J P                          MS 105
   3261           6:45- 9:15       T Th         KHAWAJA, N                            MS 109
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MATHEMATICS 238 -                                                                         MATHEMATICS 260 - HONORS SECTION -
CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE I                                                PRE-CALCULUS (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
(UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                                                       Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 240 or concurrent enrollment;
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level       or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
  demonstrated through the math placement process.                                          This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  A one semester course in calculus for business, management, and social science            requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  transfer majors.                                                                          Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  1452           9:40-10:50      MTWTh POGOSYAN, A                             MS 111       students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  1418           11:20-12:30     MTWTh IYER, K K                               MS 108       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  Evening Classes                                                                           A precalculus course in college algebra and analytic geometry, necessary for the
                                                                                            study of the calculus sequence.
  3306           4:00- 6:30      T Th        MAKHLUF, R A                      MS 109
                                                                                            Note: UC allows a maximum of 4 transferable units for this course.
MATHEMATICS 240 -                                                                           8134           9:40-10:50      MTWTh HITO, M M                              MS 107
TRIGONOMETRY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 120 and 125; or                MATHEMATICS 265 -
  appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.                CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  Solving triangles; proving identities; and other practical and theoretical uses of        Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 240 and 260; or
  trigonometric functions.                                                                  appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
  1419           8:00- 9:25      T Th        SHIN, L V                         MS 110       First course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and
  1416           11:20-12:45     MW          CASTILLO, S J                     MS 113       calculus. It covers limits, continuity, derivatives, mean value theorem,
  1420           11:20-12:45     T Th        KHODAGHOLIAN, S                   MS 109       antiderivatives, and definite integral.
  Evening Classes                                                                           8071           9:40-10:50      MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                           MS 101
  3267           6:45- 9:55      Th          ROWE, T S                        EST 105       Evening Classes
                                                                                            5134           4:00- 6:30      T Th       NATIAN, A                        MS 111
MATHEMATICS 245 -
COLLEGE ALGEBRA (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                     MATHEMATICS 265 - HONORS SECTION -
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 125; or appropriate skill level     CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
  demonstrated through the math placement process.                                          Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in both Mathematics 240 and 260; or
  First college level course in algebra. New topics include the Binomial theorem,           appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.
  graphing techniques, root finding, exponential and logarithmic functions.                 This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  1422           8:00- 9:25      T Th        ENRIQUEZ, L A                    BSC 108       requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  1423           9:00-12:10      Sat         MADENLIAN, V G                   MS 109        Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  Evening Classes                                                                           students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
                                                                                            instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  3268           6:45- 9:55      T           ALTSHILLER, A L                  EST 101
  3270           6:45- 9:55      Th          DIAKOFF, D J                     MS 111        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.
MATHEMATICS 260 -                                                                           8072           9:40-10:50      MTWTh JOHNSON, C S                           MS 101
PRE-CALCULUS (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Evening Classes
  Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 240 or concurrent enrollment;
  or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the math placement process.               5135           4:00- 6:30      T Th       NATIAN, A                        MS 111
  A precalculus course in college algebra and analytic geometry, necessary for the
  study of the calculus sequence.                                                         MATHEMATICS 266 -
  Note: UC allows a maximum of 4 transferable units for this course.                      CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Mathematics 265 with a grade of C or better.
  8133           9:40-10:50      MTWTh HITO, M M                               MS 107
                                                                                            Second course in a three semester unified treatment of analytic geometry and
  Evening Classes
                                                                                            calculus. It covers derivatives and integrals of transcendental functions, methods of
  3275           6:45- 9:15      MW          BARAKAT, M A                      MS 107       integration, conic sections, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, infinite series
                                                                                            and power series.
                                                                                            1430           8:15- 9:25      MTWTh MAKHLUF, R A                           MS 109
                                                                                            Evening Classes
                                                                                            3274           6:45- 9:15      T Th       CASTRO, J D                      MS 107
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MATHEMATICS 267 -                                                                         MEDIA ARTS 113 -
CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS                                 LOW BUDGET FILM MAKING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Mathematics 266 with a grade of C or better.                               Prerequisite: None
   Recommended: Mathematics 270 or concurrent enrollment.                                   Overview of the administrative and creative aspects of producing low-cost motion
   Multivariable and vector calculus. The final course in a three semester unified          pictures from budgeting, financing and pre-production to completion, distribution
   treatment of analytic geometry and calculus.                                             and marketing. Students will prepare an actual film proposal, budget and schedule.

   Evening Classes                                                                          Evening Classes
   3422           6:45- 9:15      T Th       SAAD, B A                        MS 103        3295           6:45- 9:55       F         SUSTIN, C A                         CC 10


MATHEMATICS 270 -                                                                         MEDIA ARTS 120 -
LINEAR ALGEBRA (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      DIGITAL FILM/VIDEO EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 266.                                 (Not offered every semester.)
   Vector spaces and matrix theory; systems of equations; linear transformations.           Prerequisite: Media Arts 101 with a grade of C or better.

   Evening Classes                                                                          Intermediate course covering, theory, techniques and aesthetics of film/digital
                                                                                            video non-linear editing. Industry-oriented digital applications, emphasizing Final
   3426           5:00- 6:25      MW         BARAKAT, W A                     MS 108        Cut Pro, will be utilized in the editing exercises.
                                                                                            NOTE: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete
MATHEMATICS 275 -                                                                           class assignments. Additional time required.
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                       Evening Classes
   Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 267.                                 5028    LEC 6:30- 8:35          M         RODRIGUEZ, A                          CC 8
   Recommended: A grade of C or better in Mathematics 270.                                  &       LAB 8:35-10:40          M         RODRIGUEZ, A                          CC 8
   A study of methods for solving first order linear differential equations and systems
   of differential equations.
                                                                                          MEDIA ARTS 130 -
   1415           8:00- 9:25      MW         CALEODIS, G P                    MS 111      ADVANCED SCREENWRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                            (Not offered every semester.)
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                 Prerequisite: Broadcasting 25 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                            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 104
                        Media Arts                                                          FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                            SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.


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,
                                                                                                              Meteorology
   mirroring the professional world, featuring guest speakers from the industry.
   1434           1:00- 4:10      M          HOLDREDGE, R E                    CC 206
   Evening Classes                                                                        METEOROLOGY 003 -
   3298           6:45- 9:55      Th         WATANABE, D S                     CC 207     INTRODUCTION TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                            (Same as Geography 3)

MEDIA ARTS 103 -                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
DIGITAL IMAGING AND MOTION GRAPHICS FOR FILM AND                                            An exploration of atmospheric and global climactic patterns.
TELEVISION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                            8064           8:00- 9:25       T Th      LEONARD, M L                     AHS 136
   Prerequisite: Media Arts 102 or 120 with a grade of C or better.
   An intermediate level course in digital imaging and motion graphics using
   applications like Adobe Photo shop and After Effects to prepare and export stills
   and animation for use in film/video post-production.
   NOTE: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete
   class assignments. Additional time required. (This class is not offered every
   semester).
   1187    LEC 1:00- 3:05         Sat        PENTON, J K                           CC 8
   &       LAB 3:05- 5:10         Sat        PENTON, J K                           CC 8
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                                                                                           MUSIC 111 -
                   Microbiology                                                            MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                             Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             Introduction to Western art music; survey of major style periods; techniques of
                                                                                             perceptive listening.
MICROBIOLOGY 020 -                                                                           8094           9:40-11:05      MW         LEWIS, I D                        M 104
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                                   Evening Classes
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in Sections 8985 and 8983, free Online Tutoring
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
                                                                                             5191           6:45- 9:55      T          LEWIS, I D                        M 104
  questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                 5193           6:45- 9:55      W          MERTENS, M D                      M 104
  Prerequisite: Chemistry 51 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.
  Recommended: Biology 3.                                                                  MUSIC 111 - HONORS SECTION -
  A study of microorganisms emphasizing principles, control, epidemiology, infectious      MUSIC APPRECIATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  disease and immunology. $10 dollar lab fee to be paid with registration.                   Prerequisite: None.
  1437    LEC    8:00- 9:25       MW         POLASEK, L M                      AHS 239       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
  &       LAB    9:40-11:05       MW         POLASEK, L M                      AHS 252       requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  1436    LEC    8:00- 9:25       T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                     AHS 248       Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  &       LAB    9:40-11:05       T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                     AHS 252       students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  1438    LEC    1:00- 2:25       MW         BAKHTIARI, S                      AHS 239       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
  &       LAB    2:40- 4:05       MW         BAKHTIARI, S                      AHS 252       Introduction to Western art music; survey of major style periods; techniques of
  Evening Classes                                                                            perceptive listening.
  3283    LEC    5:30- 6:55       MW         ARORA, C P                       AHS 248        8095           9:40-11:05      MW         LEWIS, I D                        M 104
  &       LAB    7:10- 8:35       MW         ARORA, C P                       AHS 252        Evening Classes
  3282    LEC    5:30- 6:55       T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                    AHS 248        5192           6:45- 9:55      T          LEWIS, I D                        M 104
  &       LAB    7:10- 8:35       T Th       NAKAMURA, L T                    AHS 252        5194           6:45- 9:55      W          MERTENS, M D                      M 104

  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                 MUSIC 121 -
                                                                                           MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                             (Offered in spring semester only).
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Music 201 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                             Musical thought and practice in Western music from ancient Greece through the
                                 Music                                                       Baroque.
                                                                                             1424           9:40-11:05      MW         ARSHAGOUNI, M H                   M 105
  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       MUSIC 136 -
  course. Most students should enroll at an introductory level: theory (200); piano        MUSIC IN AMERICAN CULTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  (321); current musical events(152). Those with extensive prior study may take a            Prerequisite: None.
  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              Comparative and integrative study of the mult-cultural music styles of the United
  class.                                                                                     States. Traces historial roots to contemporary American Music.
                                      ATTENTION                                              1457          11:20-12:45       T Th      JAMES, W C                        M 105
  Additional repeatability for the music classes listed below is permitted for
  matriculated Music major students. See department chair or course instructor.            MUSIC 152 -
  Music 250, 324, 351, 414, 453, 501, 531, 563, 604, 614, 624, 654, 701, 711, 721,         CURRENT MUSICAL EVENTS (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  731, 751, 771, and 775.                                                                    Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             Designed to motivate students to attend “live” performances, learn concert-going
MUSIC 101 -                                                                                  etiquette, and enjoy communication between performer and listener.
FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                  1447          1:00- 2:30       W          NOVA, C P                         M 106
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                        &             0:25 hrs         TBA        NOVA, C P                         M 106
  Recommended for general students, not for students planning to take Music 201
  and 211.                                                                                 MUSIC 165 -
  Covers notation, scales, keys, intervals, chords, rhythmic drills, sight singing and     INTRODUCTION TO RECORDING ARTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  other basic musical skills.                                                                Prerequisite: None.
  1431           9:40-11:05       MW         KAHN, R N                            B 78       Introduction to the theory and practice of acoustics, mixing, and other techniques
  1440           1:00- 2:25       T Th       JULIAN, M J                         M 105       used in recording.
  Evening Classes                                                                            Evening Classes
  3281           6:45- 9:55        TTh       MERTENS, M D                        M 105       3286    LEC 3:30- 5:35         F          JULIAN, M J                       M 112
  3284           6:45- 9:55       W          JULIAN, M J                         M 105       &       LAB 2 hrs              TBA        JULIAN, M J                       M 112
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MUSIC 180 -                                                                                  MUSIC 200 -
APPLIED MUSIC LABORATORY (CSU) - 1.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                            INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THEORY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: Music 181 or 182 or 183, or 184, and 250.                  Prerequisite: None.
   Pass/No Pass.                                                                               Study of music notation, theory of scales and chords, singing and ear training.
   This course allows students to improve their technical skills on their own                  Functions as the introductory course for the Music Major.
   instrument or voice as assigned by applied music faculty or performance workshop            1454          8:15- 9:05       MTWTh LEWIS, I D                                   B 78
   faculty. Basic repertoire and historical performance practice are emphasized.
                                                                                               &             9:05- 9:25       MTWTh LEWIS, I D                                   B 78
   1450          5 hrs 20 mins TBA            CARLOS, G M                        M 101C
                                                                                             MUSIC 201 -
MUSIC 181 -                                                                                  HARMONY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
APPLIED MUSIC I (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS                                                          Prerequisite: Music 200 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 211.
   Prerequisite: Audition. Corequisite: Music 180 and 250.
                                                                                               Beginning diatonic harmony: study of primary and secondary triads; dominant
   This course is designed for students to develop study, practice, and performance            seventh; non-chord tones; figured bass; harmonization; harmonic analysis.
   skills on a student’s principal instrument or voice through private lessons. (Parallels
   the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.)
                                                                                               1466          9:40-11:05       T Th       LEWIS, I D                         M 105
   1444          1 hr 05 mins      TBA        CARLOS, G M                        M 101C
                                                                                             MUSIC 202 -
                                                                                             HARMONY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
MUSIC 182 -                                                                                    Prerequisite: Music 201 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 212.
APPLIED MUSIC II (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
                                                                                               Continuation of Music 201: presents secondary functions, harmonic and melodic
   Prerequisite: Music 181with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 180
                                                                                               sequences, elementary modulation, intermediate part writing and analysis.
   and Music 250.
   This course is designed for students to develop study, practice, and performance
                                                                                               1465          9:40-11:05       T Th       HU, Y                              M 104
   skills on a student’s principal instrument or voice through private lessons. (Parallels
   the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.)                            MUSIC 203 -
   1445          1 hr 05 mins      TBA        CARLOS, G M                        M 101C      HARMONY III (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                               Prerequisite: Music 202 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 213.
MUSIC 183 -                                                                                    Continuation of Music 202: presents Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords,
APPLIED MUSIC III (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS                                                        modulation to distant keys, Survey of contemporary techniques.
   Prerequisite: Music 182 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 180                 1467          9:40-11:05       T Th       MERTENS, M D                       M 110
   and 250.
   This course is designed for students to develop study, practice, and performance          MUSIC 206 -
   skills on a student’s principal instrument or voice through private lessons. (Parallels   COMMERCIAL HARMONY II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.)
                                                                                               Prerequisite: Music 205 with a grade of C or better.
   1448          1 hr 05 mins      TBA        ARSHAGOUNI, M H                    M 101C
                                                                                               The concept of chord families, substitute chords, assumed roots, alternating triads
                                                                                               and chromatic harmony in four parts.
MUSIC 184 -
                                                                                               Evening Classes
APPLIED MUSIC IV (UC:CSU) - 0.50 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Music 183 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 180                 3287          5:00- 6:25       MW         KAHN, R N                         M 100
   and 250.
   This course is designed for students to develop study, practice, and performance          MUSIC 211 -
   skills on a student’s principal instrument or voice through private lessons. (Parallels   MUSICIANSHIP I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   the offering for and requirements of UC and CSU music majors.)                              Prerequisite: Music 200 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 201.
   1449          1 hr 05 mins      TBA        NOVA, C P                          M 101A        Theory review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music
                                                                                               dictation, rhythmic drills, keyboard skills.
MUSIC 190 -                                                                                    1468    LEC 8:00- 8:30         T Th       MADDREN, C M                       M 105
MUSIC LABORATORY FOR PRACTICING - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                             &       LAB 8:30- 9:25         T Th       MADDREN, C M                       M 105
   Prerequisite: None. Pass/No Pass only. Open entry/Open exit.
   Students in piano, voice, guitar, instrument, harmony, musicianship and theory            MUSIC 212 -
   classes work in practice rooms on pieces and exercises assigned to them or on             MUSICIANSHIP II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   music of their own choosing.                                                                Prerequisite: Music 211 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 202.
   1455          1 hr 25 mins      TBA        LEWIS, I D                         M 101F        Harmony review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music
                                                                                               dictation, rhythmic drills and keyboard skills at the intermediate level.
MUSIC 192 -                                                                                    1470    LEC 8:00- 8:30         T Th       MERTENS, M D                       M 104
MUSIC SOFTWARE LABORATORY - 0.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                                   &       LAB 8:30- 9:25         T Th       MERTENS, M D                       M 104
   Prerequisite: None. Pass/No Pass. Open entry/Open exit.
   Students have the opportunity to practice their skills and experiment in new areas
   employing computers and synthesizers.
   1456          1 hr 25 mins      TBA        JULIAN, M J                        M 101B
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MUSIC 213 -                                                                                 MUSIC 322 -
MUSICIANSHIP III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                      ELEMENTARY PIANO II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Music 212 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: Music 203.                Prerequisite: Music 321 with a grade of C or better.
  Harmony review, development of sight singing, ear-training, conducting, music               This is a continuation of Music 321 topics with intermediate beginning technique
  dictation, rhythmic drills and keyboard skills at the advanced intermediate level.          and repertoire.
  1469    LEC 8:00- 8:30          T Th       HU, Y                                M 110       1453    LEC 9:40-10:10         MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
  &       LAB 8:30- 9:25          T Th       HU, Y                                M 110       &       LAB 10:10-11:05        MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
                                                                                              Evening Classes
MUSIC 241 -                                                                                   3425    LEC 6:45- 7:50         T          HU, Y                                 M 100
MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING I (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT                                                &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         T          HU, Y                                 M 100
  Prerequisite: None.
  Instruction and practical experience in the techniques of music notation. It is           MUSIC 323 -
  assumed that the student has the ability to read music and has basic skills in            ELEMENTARY PIANO III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  computer use.                                                                               Prerequisite: Music 322 with a grade of C or better.
  8152           1:00- 2:05       M          KAHN, R N                            M 104       Continuation of Music 322 topics; repertoire on level of Beethoven Sonatina in G;
                                                                                              Bach Minuet in G.
MUSIC 242 -                                                                                   8237    LEC 11:20-11:50        MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
MUSIC NOTATION AND COPYING II (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT                                               &       LAB 11:50-12:45        MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
  Prerequisite: Music 241 with a grade of C or better.
  Continued instruction and practical experience in the techniques of music notation        MUSIC 324 -
  as it is applied using the computer. It is assumed that the student has the ability to    ELEMENTARY PIANO IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  read music and has basic skills in computer use.
                                                                                              Prerequisite: Music 323 with a grade of C or better.
  8153           1:00- 2:05       M          KAHN, R N                            M 104
                                                                                              This is a continuation of Music 323 topics; repertoire on the level of Chopin Prelude
                                                                                              in E minor or Bach Prelude No.1.
MUSIC 250 -                                                                                   8238    LEC 11:20-11:50        MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
MUSIC PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                            &       LAB 11:50-12:45        MW         HU, Y                                 M 100
  Prerequisite: Music 322 or 412 or 602 or 612 or 622 or 632 or 652 with a grade of
  C or better.
                                                                                            MUSIC 411 -
  Students work in a master class environment. A final public performance is given.         ELEMENTARY VOICE I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
  Concert attendance is required.
                                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
  1485    LAB 11:20-12:45         T Th       CHAULS, R N                          M 106
                                                                                              Basic techniques of vocal production; position, breathing, articulation and tone; solo
                                                                                              literature and performance.
MUSIC 265 -                                                                                   1460    LEC 9:40-10:10         MW         CARLOS, G M                           M 106
RECORDING ARTS WORKSHOP (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2                                              &       LAB 10:10-11:15        MW         CARLOS, G M                           M 106
  Prerequisite: Music 165 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                              Evening Classes
  Basic techniques of recording and mixing; prepare for and participate in multi-track        3290    LEC 6:45- 7:50         W          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  recording sessions.
                                                                                              &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         W          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  1486    LEC 3:00- 5:05          Th         JULIAN, M J                          M 112
  &       LAB 5:05- 7:10          Th         JULIAN, M J                          M 112
                                                                                            MUSIC 412 -
                                                                                            ELEMENTARY VOICE II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
MUSIC 282 -                                                                                   Prerequisite: Music 411 with a grade of C or better.
COMMERCIAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                              Continuation of basic vocal technique; basic Italian repertory is introduced.
  Prerequisite: Music 281 with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                              8210    LEC 2:40- 3:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106
  A continuation of Music 281, focusing on development of writing techniques for
                                                                                              &       LAB 3:10- 4:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106
  film, television and video, live and studio vocalists, as well as small project studio.
  Emphasis on short musical cues, vocal arranging, multi-track recording in a variety         Evening Classes
  of contemporary styles.                                                                     5142    LEC 6:45- 7:50         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  1687    LEC 9:00-11:05    F                KAHN, R N                            M 110       &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  &       LAB 2 hrs 05 mins TBA              KAHN, R N                            M 110
                                                                                            MUSIC 413 -
MUSIC 321 -                                                                                 ELEMENTARY VOICE III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
ELEMENTARY PIANO I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                      Prerequisite: Music 412 with a grade of C or better.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Advanced vocal technique; repertoire of moderate difficulty; standard art songs in
  Beginning repertoire, technique and music reading in 5-finger positions; selected           several languages.
  scales; melody harmonization.                                                               8211    LEC 2:40- 3:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106
  1458    LEC 1:00- 1:30          T Th       MERTENS, M D                         M 100       &       LAB 3:10- 4:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106
  &       LAB 1:30- 2:30          T Th       MERTENS, M D                         M 100       Evening Classes
  Evening Classes                                                                             5143    LEC 6:45- 7:50         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  3427    LEC 6:45- 7:50          M          RYDELL, C J                         M 100        &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106
  &       LAB 7:50- 9:55          M          RYDELL, C J                         M 100
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MUSIC 414 -                                                                                MUSIC 651 -
ELEMENTARY VOICE IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                  CLASSICAL GUITAR I (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Music 413 with a grade of C or better.                                      Prerequisite: None.
   Continuation of advanced vocal technique in Music 413; repertoire of greater              Beginning Classical guitar includes basics of guitar technique, notes, simple
   difficulty.                                                                               compositions. Student must possess nylon string guitar.
   8212    LEC 2:40- 3:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106     1463    LEC 1:00- 1:55         F          CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   &       LAB 3:10- 4:10         MW         NOVA, C P                             M 106     &       LAB 1:55- 4:00         F          CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   Evening Classes
   5144    LEC 6:45- 7:50         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106   MUSIC 652 -
   &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         M          NOVA, C P                             M 106   CLASSICAL GUITAR II (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Music 651 with a grade of C or better.
MUSIC 453 -                                                                                  Advanced beginning level classical guitar: includes basic review of guitar
MUSICAL THEATRE REPERTOIRE FOR SINGERS                                                       technique, notes, advanced beginning compositions. Student must possess a nylon
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                                   string guitar.
   Prerequisite: Music 411 with a grade of C or better.                                      Evening Classes
   A successful audition on the first day of class is required for continued enrollment.     5197           6:45 -7:50          W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   Vocal techniques through Broadway show material; body movement, interpretation            &              7:50 -9:55          W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   of the songs. (Students will meet class at normal time; however, additional time
   outside of class time in laboratory or practice rooms is required.)
                                                                                           MUSIC 653 -
   Evening Classes                                                                         CLASSICAL GUITAR III (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   3280           6:45- 7:45      T          NOVA, C P                             M 112     Prerequisite: Music 652 with a grade of C or better.
   &              7:50- 9:50      T          NOVA, C P                             M 112
                                                                                             Intermediate level classical guitar: includes basic review of guitar technique, notes,
                                                                                             advanced beginning compositions. Student must possess a nylon string guitar.
MUSIC 501 -
                                                                                             Evening Classes
COLLEGE CHOIR (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                             5198           6:45 -7:50          W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                             &              7:50 -9:55          W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   Basic techniques in choral singing; various works taken from all periods of music.
   1461          11:20-12:45      MW         CARLOS, G M                           M 106   MUSIC 654 - CLASSICAL GUITAR IV (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Music 653 with a grade of C or better.
MUSIC 531 -                                                                                  Advanced level intermediate level classical guitar: includes basic review of guitar
PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                technique, notes, advanced beginning compositions. Student must possess a nylon
   Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for             string guitar.
   continued enrollment.
                                                                                             Evening Classes
   Large choral ensemble performing a wide variety of music, including major works
   with orchestra and smaller works with piano or unaccompanied.                             5199           6:45-7:50           W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
                                                                                             &             7:50 -9:55           W      CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   Evening Classes
   3291           6:45- 9:55      T          CARLOS, G M                           M 106   MUSIC 721 -
                                                                                           ORCHESTRA (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
MUSIC 563 -                                                                                  Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for
CHAMBER SINGERS (UC:CSU) - 1.50 UNITS Rpt 3                                                  continued enrollment.
   Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for             Preparation for concert appearances; wide range of orchestral literature;
   continued enrollment.                                                                     development of technique.
   Selective small, mixed choral ensemble; numerous concerts of varied repertoire for        Evening Classes
   small group.                                                                              3416          7:15-10:20   W              ARSHAGOUNI, M H                       M 112
   1487           1:00- 3:00      T Th       CARLOS, G M                           M 106     &             1 hr 05 mins TBA            ARSHAGOUNI, M H                       M 112
   &             1 hr 05 mins     TBA        CARLOS, G M                           M 106
                                                                                           MUSIC 751 -
MUSIC 650 -                                                                                WIND ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
BEGINNING GUITAR (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                       Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                       continued enrollment.
   Learning the basics of guitar, chords, strums, notes. Easy songs to give the student      Preparation and performance of concert band literature.
   a firm grasp of the instrument.
                                                                                             Evening Classes
   Student must possess guitar.                                                              3414           6:45- 9:55      M          IMMEL, D R                            M 112
   Evening Classes
   3338    LEC 6:45- 7:50         T          CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
   &       LAB 7:50- 9:55         T          CHARNOFSKY, J                          B 78
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MUSIC 771 -                                                                               NUMERICAL CONTROL 023 -
GUITAR ENSEMBLE (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING PROGRAMMING OF CNC
  Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for           EQUIPMENT - 3.00 UNITS
  continued enrollment.                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
  Preparation for ensemble performance; intonation, rhythmic accuracy, balance and          Advance programming with MasterCAM. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
  style.                                                                                    programming with Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. Students will
                                                                                            learn to create part geometry and to generate tool paths on PC based equipment.
  Evening Classes
  3288           6:45- 9:55      M          NEWTON, G P                            B 78     1660      LEC 8:00-10:05          Sat         VO, C H                        E 115
                                                                                            &         LAB 10:10- 2:25         Sat         VO, C H                        E 115

MUSIC 780 -
                                                                                            FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
JAZZ COMBO WORKSHOP (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT                                                    SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  Prerequisite: A successful audition on the first day of class is required for
  continued enrollment.
  Students will organize musical pieces, rehearse and perform in a variety of small
  combo settings. Emphasis is on presentation, live performance and interaction with
  student arrangers.
  1464          11:30- 2:40      F          KAHN, R N                             M 112                 Nursing Science
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                          NURSING SCIENCE 101 -
                                                                                          INTRODUCTION TO NURSING (CSU) - 3.50 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisites: Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1, Psychology 1, Psychology 41,
                                                                                            Microbiology 1 or 20, English 101 with grades of C or better.

         Numerical Control                                                                  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
NUMERICAL CONTROL 021 -
                                                                                            &         LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         PABLICO, M R                   HOSP
ADVANCED MANUAL CNC LATHE PROGRAMMING &
                                                                                            OR        LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         HEISTER, C S                   HOSP
INTRODUCTION TO CAM - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                            OR        LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         SANSERINO, G                   HOSP
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                            OR        LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         BOLDEMANN, B R                 HOSP
  Students will study Numerical Control part program preparation that began in                              (8 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)
  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                    NURSING SCIENCE 102 -
  programming languages. Emphasizes writing and running CNC Lathe programs                FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING (CSU) - 3.50 UNITS
  machining metal parts.                                                                    Prerequisite: Nursing Science 101 and Nursing Science 103 with grades of C or
  Note: Students may be required to provide instructional materials to complete class       better.
  assignments.
                                                                                            This course is designed to introduce the student to the concept of medical surgical
  Evening Classes                                                                           nursing using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as a framework. Identification of risk
                                                                                            factors affecting client’s health-wellness will be examined.
  5173    LEC 6:45- 7:45         T          AVILA, M A                            E 108
  &       LAB 7:45- 9:55         T          AVILA, M A                            E 108     1685      LEC    8:00- 9:05       M           HEISTER, C S                 EST 110
  &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         Th         AVILA, M A                            E 108     &         LEC    8:00- 8:50       Th          PABLICO, M R                 EST 110
                                                                                            &         LAB   14 hrs 50 mins    TBA         HEISTER, C S                   HOSP
                                                                                            OR        LAB   14 hrs 50 mins    TBA         PABLICO, M R                   HOSP
NUMERICAL CONTROL 022 -                                                                     OR        LAB   14 hrs 50 mins    TBA         SANSERINO, G                   HOSP
ADV MANUAL CNC MILL & MICROCOMPUTER ASSISTED                                                OR        LAB   14 hrs 50 mins    TBA         BOLDEMANN, B R                 HOSP
PROGRAMMING - 3.00 UNITS                                                                                    (9 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
  Prerequisite: None
  Acquaints the advanced student with three and four axis CNC applications
  involving manufacturing planning, tooling design, tooling specification, CNC mill       NURSING SCIENCE 103 -
  programs employing full 3-axis positioning and implementation of programs using         NURSING PROCESS - 1.00 UNIT
  HAAS mill equipment in the CNC lab. Students will learn and practice                      Prerequisite: English 101 and Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1 and Microbiology 20
  microcomputer assisted part programming of CNC mill using Fanuc, Haas and                 and Psychology 41 and Psychology 1 and Mathematics 115 with grades of C or
  Yasnac controls.                                                                          better.
  Evening Classes                                                                           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
  5174    LEC 6:45- 7:45         T          AVILA, M A                            E 108     will also enable the student to integrate the components of the nursing process
  &       LAB 7:45- 9:55         T          AVILA, M A                            E 108     utilizing critical thinking.
  &       LAB 6:45- 9:55         Th         AVILA, M A                            E 108
                                                                                            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 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)
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NURSING SCIENCE 104 -                                                                    NURSING SCIENCE 107 -
NURSING COMMUNICATION - 1.00 UNIT                                                        MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING II (CSU) - 5.50 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Nursing Science 101 and Nursing Science 103 with grades of C or           Prerequisite: Nursing Science 106, Nursing Science 109, and Nursing Science 110
   better.                                                                                 with grades of C or better.
   This course is an introduction to the elements of the communication process.            This intermediate level medical/surgical nursing course will focus on nursing care
   Included in the course will be an introductory content on the principles of             of clients with high acuity endocrine, renal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and
   therapeutic and non-therapeutic communications.                                         central nervous system, sleep and malignancies diseases/disorders. Related fluid
                                                                                           and electrolytes, acid base balance problems will be addressed. Emphasis is placed
   1690          9:15-10:20        M           PABLICO, M R                   EST 110
                                                                                           on client advocacy, spiritual and cultural diversity, communication and collaboration
   &             9:15-10:20        Th          PABLICO, M R                   EST 110      with members of the health care team, intermediate level leadership of skills and
                 (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)                           prioritizing care for a group of clients in acute hospital and community settings.
                                                                                           1478    LEC    12:30- 3:40 T                DUFOUR, W G                   AHS 332A
NURSING SCIENCE 105 -                                                                      &       LEC    8:30-11:40    Th             NUYDA, H C                     EST 113
NURSING PHARMACOLOGY - 2.00 UNITS                                                          &       LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            NUYDA, H C                       HOSP
   Prerequisite: English 101 and Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1 and Microbiology 20            OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            DUFOUR, W G                      HOSP
   and Psychology 41 and Psychology 1 and Mathematics 115 with grades of C or              OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            SIEGEL, C H                      HOSP
   better.                                                                                 OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            STAFF                          AHS 334
   This course is designed to introduce students to medication administration.                           (9 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)
   Included in the course will be laboratory practice of medication administration and     1489    LEC    12:30- 3:40      T           DUFOUR, W G                   AHS 332A
   drug dosage calculations.                                                               &       LEC    8:30-11:40       Th          NUYDA, H C                     EST 113
   1691    LEC    10:30-11:15      M           HEISTER, C S                   EST 110      &       LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         DUFOUR, W G                      HOSP
   &       LEC    10:30-11:15      Th          PABLICO, M R                   EST 110      OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         NUYDA, H C                       HOSP
                                                                                                         (9 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
   &       LAB   12:00- 1:30       M           HEISTER, C S                   EST 110
   OR      LAB   12:00- 1:30       M           PABLICO, M R                   EST 110
   OR      LAB   12:00- 1:30       M           HEISTER, C S                   EST 110    NURSING SCIENCE 108 -
   OR      LAB   12:00- 1:30       M           PABLICO, M R                   EST 110    MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING III (CSU) - 3.50 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisites: Nursing Science 107, and Nursing Science 111 with grades of C or
NURSING SCIENCE 106 -                                                                      better.
MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING I (CSU) - 5.50 UNITS                                              This course focuses on the role of the nurse as a Provider of Care, Manager of
   Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105          Care, and Member of the Profession for medical-surgical clients within a variety of
   with grades of C or better.                                                             setting. Emphasis will be on the application of critical thinking and caring
                                                                                           interventions in chronic, acute, critical care and community health care setting, for
   This basic Medical/Surgical course will focus on the nursing care of clients with       clients with multi- system organ dysfunction of the cardiovascular, respiratory,
   endrocine, gastrointestinal, cardiac and respiratory disorders. Problems associate      renal, gastrointestinal, neurological and the immune systems
   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          1421    LEC    10:00-12:50 M                ROSS, J                        BSC 101
   beginning leadership skills will be presented.                                          &       LEC    10:00-12:50 Th               ROSS, J                        BSC 101
                                                                                           &       LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            ROSS, J                          HOSP
   1695    LEC    8:00-11:30    M              RICE, J K                     AHS 335
                                                                                           OR      LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            RODNER, P J                      HOSP
   &       LEC    8:00-11:30    Th             RICE, J K                     AHS 335
                                                                                           OR      LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            STAFF                          AHS 334
   &       LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            RICE, J K                       HOSP                      (5 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/8/2013)
   OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            THOMAS-MILLER, E D              HOSP
                                                                                           1426    LEC    10:00-12:50      M           ROSS, J                         BSC 101
   OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            STAFF                           HOSP
                                                                                           &       LEC    10:00-12:50      Th          ROSS, J                         BSC 101
   OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins TBA            STAFF                         AHS 334
                                                                                           &       LAB   21 hrs 30 mins    TBA         ROSS, J                           HOSP
                 (8 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/29/2013)
                                                                                           OR      LAB    1:00- 7:30       TW          CLIMACO, E B                      HOSP
   1697    LEC    8:00-11:30       M           RICE, J K                   AHS 332A                      (5 week class - starts 3/11/2013, ends 4/19/2013)
   &       LEC    8:00-10:50       Th          RICE, J K                   AHS 332A
   &       LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         RICE, J K                      HOSP
   OR      LAB   16 hrs 55 mins    TBA         THOMAS-MILLER, E D             HOSP       NURSING SCIENCE 109 -
                 (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)                         GERONTOLOGY & COMMUNITY BASED NURSING - 2.25 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105
                                                                                           with grades 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    8:30-10:20    T              MALTESE, A M                  AHS 332A
                                                                                           &       LAB   8 hrs 15 mins TBA             MALTESE, A M                     HOSP
                                                                                           OR      LAB   8 hrs 15 mins TBA             DANIELS, L O                     HOSP
                                                                                           OR      LAB   8 hrs 15 mins TBA             STAFF                          AHS 334
                                                                                                         (8 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)
                                                                                           1433    LEC    8:30-10:50       T           MALTESE, A M                  AHS 332A
                                                                                           &       LAB   8 hrs 15 mins     TBA         MALTESE, A M                     HOSP
                                                                                           OR      LAB   8 hrs 15 mins     TBA         LEE, S L                         HOSP
                                                                                           OR      LAB   8 hrs 15 mins     TBA         DANIELS, L O                     HOSP
                                                                                                         (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/1/2013)
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NURSING SCIENCE 110 -                                                                    NURSING SCIENCE 114 -
PSYCHIATRIC-MENTAL HEALTH NURSING - 3.25 UNITS                                           NURSING LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Nursing Science 102, Nursing Science 104 and Nursing Science 105           Prerequisites: Nursing Science 108 and Nursing Science 112 with grades of C or
  with grades of C or better.                                                              better.
  This course focuses on nursing care of clients with common psychiatric mental            This course focuses on the transitioning role of the graduating Associate Degree
  health needs/disorders across the lifespan. Application of critical thinking,            nurse as a provider of care, manager of care and member of the profession.
  therapeutic communication and caring nursing interventions in acute, chronic and         Emphasis is placed on classroom and clinical application of critical thinking and
  community-based Mental Health settings will be emphasized. Basic mental health           caring therapeutic nursing interventions. Concepts and issues to be examined
  concepts and issues examined include: impact of cultural beliefs and ethnic              include effective leadership styles, advanced therapeutic communication,
  diversity of the nurse/client, self-awareness, legal/ethical issues, and neuro-bio-      delegation, conflict resolution, time management, nursing ethics and professional
  psychosocial theories/therapies and common psychiatric disorders.                        issues.
  1474    LEC 9:00-12:10     Th               MALTESE, A M                 AHS 332A        1429     LEC    10:00-11:30      M            ROSS, J                              BSC 101
  &       LAB 11 hrs 50 mins TBA              MALTESE, A M                    HOSP         &        LAB   22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          ROSS, J                                HOSP
  OR      LAB 11 hrs 50 mins TBA              HUNT, J                         HOSP         OR       LAB   22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          CLIMACO, E B                           HOSP
                (8 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)                            OR       LAB   22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          RODNER, P J                            HOSP
  1475    LEC    9:00-12:10       Th          MALTESE, A M                   AHS 335       OR       LAB   22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J                      HOSP
  &       LAB   11 hrs 50 mins    TBA         MALTESE, A M                     HOSP                       (6 week class - starts 4/26/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
  OR      LAB   11 hrs 50 mins    TBA         HUNT, J                          HOSP
  OR      LAB   11 hrs 50 mins    TBA         STAFF                            HOSP
                                                                                         NURSING SCIENCE 200 -
                (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/1/2013)
                                                                                         HEALTH SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER AND SKILLS LABORATORY
                                                                                         (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
NURSING SCIENCE 111 -                                                                      Prerequisite: None.
REPRODUCTIVE NURSING AND WOMENS HEALTH - 4.00 UNITS                                        This course allows students to practice simulated nursing care and/or health-client
  Prerequisite: Nursing Science 106, Nursing Science 109 and Nursing Science 110           care with special predesignated equipment. This course consists of a variety of
  with grades of C or better.                                                              computer and/or video programs to assist the different type of learners designed
  This course focuses on the nurse as a provider of care, manager of care and a            for improving comprehensive synthesis and/or critical thinking skills necessary for
  member of the profession in a variety of maternal/child settings. Course content         the improvement and/or practice of safe, quality client care. Students enrolled will
  includes client needs during the antenatal, intrapartal, postpartal, neonatal period     be able to practice at their own pace.
  and reproductive health cycle. Building upon Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, course         1040     LAB 3 hrs 10 mins TBA                COX, M A                             AHS 335
  content in Maternal Child Nursing will be presented within the framework of the
  wellness/illness continuum of the client during the reproductive and post
                                                                                           FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  reproductive years.                                                                      SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  1480    LEC    8:30-12:45    Th             HOLLINGSHEAD, K E              AHS 148
  &       LAB   13 hrs 15 mins TBA            HOLLINGSHEAD, K E                HOSP
  OR      LAB   13 hrs 15 mins TBA            OLMASSAKIAN, D A                 HOSP
  OR      LAB   13 hrs 15 mins TBA            STAFF                          AHS 334
                (9 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 4/5/2013)
  1481
  &
          LEC
          LAB
                 8:30-12:45
                11 hrs 50 mins
                                  Th
                                  TBA
                                              HOLLINGSHEAD, K E
                                              HOLLINGSHEAD, K E
                                                                             AHS 148
                                                                               HOSP
                                                                                                          Oceanography
  OR      LAB   11 hrs 50 mins    TBA         HOLLINGSHEAD, K E                HOSP
  OR      LAB   11 hrs 50 mins    TBA         OLMASSAKIAN, D A                 HOSP
                (9 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 6/3/2013)                          OCEANOGRAPHY 001 -
                                                                                         INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
NURSING SCIENCE 112 -
CARE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY - 4.00 UNITS                                                   An introduction to the science of oceanography covering the major physical,
                                                                                           chemical, and geological features of the oceans, and the oceans role in climate
  Prerequisites: Nursing Science 107 and Nursing Science 111 with grades of C or           variability, earth history, and environmental issues. A field trip is offered for this
  better.                                                                                  course.
  This course focuses on the nurse as a provider of care, manager of care and a            7012           Online                         OKBAMICHAEL, M                     INTERNET
  member of the profession in a variety of settings involving children and families.                      To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  Course content includes physiological, psychological, developmental and socio-                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  cultural needs of children and families. Building upon Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  and the Nursing Process, course content in Pediatric Nursing will be presented           1602           8:00- 9:25        T Th         HAMS, J E                            AHS 236
  within the framework of the wellness/illness continuum of the client and family          1090           11:20-12:45       T Th         HAMS, J E                            AHS 236
  from birth through adolescence.
  1427    LEC    9:00- 1:15    M              PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J              EST 109       FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  &       LEC    9:00-12:20    Th             PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J              EST 109       SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
  &       LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            ALBARRAN-DUARTE, N               HOSP
  OR      LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J                HOSP
  OR      LAB   21 hrs 30 mins TBA            STAFF                          AHS 334
                (5 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/8/2013)
  1428    LEC    9:00-12:20    M              PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J              EST 109
  &       LEC    9:00-12:20    Th             PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J              EST 109
  &       LAB   17 hrs 50 mins TBA            ALBARRAN-DUARTE, N               HOSP
  OR      LAB   17 hrs 50 mins TBA            PUTHIAKUNNEL, P J                HOSP
                (7 week class - starts 3/14/2013, ends 4/25/2013)
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  Personal Development                                                                                                   Philosophy
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 001 -                                                                        PHILOSOPHY 001 -
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 1                                                   INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
   This course is offered on a Pass/No Pass basis only.                                             A survey of the fundamentals of philosophy, Western or Eastern, with selected
                                                                                                    philosophers or topics in the history of philosophy, theory of knowledge,
   Provides students with important information about the college, its services and                 metaphysics, ethics, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science.
   programs, an overview of student success skills, and assistance in educational and
   career planning.                                                                                 8174          8:00- 9:25      MW         KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
                                                                                                    8192          8:00- 9:25      T Th       KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
   1502          8:00- 9:05         M           HOBBS, M B                               CC 200
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.
                                                                                                    8148          9:40-11:05      MW         PLACENCIA, N R                     CC 207
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              8158          9:40-11:05      T Th       KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
   1504          8:00- 9:05         T           ROMERO, J I                              CC 200     8180          11:20-12:45     MW         PLACENCIA, N R                     CC 207
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.          8168          11:20-12:45     T Th       PALLOTTI, C A                      CC 205
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              Evening Classes
   1505          9:40-10:45         T           ASLANYAN, K P                          EST 109      5021          6:45- 9:55      W          PLACENCIA, N R                    CC 207
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              Philosophy 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
   1509          9:40-10:45         W           GORDON, C A                              CC 201     page 101.
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.
   1511          10:00-12:20        M           GOLD, M C                                FL 110   PHILOSOPHY 001 - HONORS SECTION -
                 (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/25/2013)                                 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1510          11:20-12:25        M           SARKISYAN. M                             CC 201     Prerequisite: None.
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.          This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   1513          11:20-12:25        W           STAFF                                    CC 201     Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
                                                                                                    instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
   1514          11:20-12:25        Th          TEJEDA MAY, K M                          CC 212
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.          A survey of the fundamentals of philosophy, Western or Eastern, with selected
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              philosophers or topics in the history of philosophy, theory of knowledge,
                                                                                                    metaphysics, ethics, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science.
   1515          1:00- 2:05         Th          STAFF                                    CC 208
                 *Class reserved for Preparing all Students for Success (PASS) initiative.          8175          8:00- 9:25      MW         KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
                 For more information go to http://www.lavc.edu/pass/.                              8193          8:00- 9:25      T Th       KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
   Evening Classes                                                                                  8149          9:40-11:05      MW         PLACENCIA, N R                     CC 207
                                                                                                    8159          9:40-11:05      T Th       KNORR, Z D                         CC 205
   3161          6:00- 8:05         T           SALUZZI, M A                            CC 201      8181          11:20-12:45     MW         PLACENCIA, N R                     CC 207
                 (8 week class - starts 2/5/2013, ends 3/26/2013)
                                                                                                    8169          11:20-12:45     T Th       PALLOTTI, C A                      CC 205
   3162          6:00- 8:05         W           STAFF                                   CC 208
                 (8 week class - starts 2/6/2013, ends 3/27/2013)                                   Evening Classes
                                                                                                    5022          6:45- 9:55      W          PLACENCIA, N R                    CC 207

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020 -
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING                                            PHILOSOPHY 006 -
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                             LOGIC IN PRACTICE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                    This course is intended to introduce fundamental issues of logic, epistemology,
   This course gives students an overview of higher education in California and their
                                                                                                    rationality, argument, persuasion, and critical thinking, with examples of sound and
   role as students.Topics discussed are: personal attributes needed for success,                   unsound thinking, for analysis and debate. Topics will range from current public
   transfer and educational planning, the career planning and decision making                       discourse to perennial political and philosophical issues.
   process,effective study strategies, and campus resources and policies.
                                                                                                    1524          9:40-11:05      T Th       PLACENCIA, N R                     CC 207
   *1512         1:00-2:25          MW          RODRIGUEZ, S H                           CC 201
                 *Designed for PUENTE students.                                                     Evening Classes
   1516          11:20-12:45        T Th        SALTOUN, S R                             FL 108     3320          6:45- 9:55      W          EGBERT, G R                       CC 205
   *4002         1:00- 2:25         T Th        TEJEDA MAY, K M                          CC 200
                 *Designed for SSD students.

   Evening Classes
   9504          6:00- 9:10         W           ROSILLO, R S                     BRBK ADLT

   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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PHILOSOPHY 009 -
SYMBOLIC LOGIC I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                                            Photography
  An introduction to the basic concepts of symbolic logic. This introduction will
  include the Origin and Use of Formal and Symbolic Logic, Truth Functional
  Connectives and Validity, Truth Tables, and Formal Deductive Proofs.                        PHOTOGRAPHY 009 -
  1525           11:20-12:45     MW           PALLOTTI, C A                         CC 205    INTRODUCTION TO CAMERAS AND COMPOSITION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Evening Classes                                                                               Prerequisite: None. A 35mm camera is required.
  3322           6:45- 9:55      M            PALLOTTI, C A                        CC 205       This course provides basic information in use of cameras, lenses, exposures and
                                                                                                film. Students will learn how to take expressive color photographs using a manual
                                                                                                35mm SLR camera.
PHILOSOPHY 012 -
HISTORY OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                               Evening Classes
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                           3327          6:45- 9:55      T          REINGEWIRTZ, S                       B 26
  A survey of the history of Greek Philosophy, including the Pre-Socratics, Sophists,
  Plato, and Aristotle.                                                                       PHOTOGRAPHY 010 -
  1526           1:00- 2:25      MW           PALLOTTI, C A                         CC 205    BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                Prerequisite: None. A 35mm camera is required.
PHILOSOPHY 014 -                                                                                This course provides basic information in use of cameras, lenses, exposures and
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY                                                           film. Emphasis is on how to take expressive photographs using a manual 35mm
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                           camera and how to process black and white film and make black and white
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                           photographic prints.

  Modern Philosophy from Descartes to the present, Rationalism, Empiricism,                     Note: Student may be required to provide instructional materials to complete class
  Marxism, and Existentialism.                                                                  assignments.

  Evening Classes                                                                               Evening Classes
  3316           6:45- 9:55      Th           PALLOTTI, C A                        CC 205       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
PHILOSOPHY 020 -                                                                                &       LAB   5:30- 8:40      Th         BROWN, G R                        BJ 114
ETHICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                              PHOTOGRAPHY 011 -
  Survey of ethics, covering moral dilemmas, ethical schools, moral philosophers, the         ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  good life, and contemporary moral issues.
                                                                                                Prerequisite: Photography 10 with a grade of C or better. A 35mm camera is
  6915           8:05- 9:15      MTWThF DIEVENDORF, J O                        POLY HIGH        required.
                (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)
                                                                                                This course provides advanced instruction in photography using both traditional
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at
                12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.                methods and digital imaging techniques including negative and slide scanning.
                                                                                                Optimizing images for the web and Photoshop image processing will also be
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                pages 114-115.                                                                  stressed.
  1527           11:20-12:45     T Th         PLACENCIA, N R                        CC 207      1531    LEC 1:00- 3:05        T          LYONS, R J                             B 25
                                                                                                &       LAB 3:05- 9:35        T          LYONS, R J                             B 25
  Evening Classes
  3323           6:45- 9:55      T            KNORR, Z D                           CC 205
                                                                                              PHOTOGRAPHY 101 -
                                                                                              BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
PHILOSOPHY 030 -                                                                                Prerequisite: None. A Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera is required.
ASIAN PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                This course provides basic information in use of digital cameras, lenses, exposure
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                and digital terminology.
  Philosophy in the traditions of India and China, covering schools such as Vedanta,
                                                                                                Emphasis is on how to take expressive photographs using a digital single lens
  Yoga, Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhist philosophy.
                                                                                                reflex camera and processing images using Adobe Photo shop.
  1529           9:40-11:05      MW           KNORR, Z D                            CC 205
                                                                                                1530    LEC 1:00- 3:05        W          LYONS, R J                       EST 101
                                                                                                &       LAB 3:15- 6:25        W          LYONS, R J                        BJ 114
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                                FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
                                                                                                SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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                                                                                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION 695 -
          Physical Education                                                                  SWIMMING SKILLS ACTIVITY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                                Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                The course is designed to teach the basic skills of swimming.
   (See DANCE SPECIALTIES, DANCE STUDIES & DANCE TECHNIQUES)
                                                                                                This section is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
   All Physical Education classes meet in NORTH GYM or SOUTH GYM the first
                                                                                                4007 LEC 8:30- 9:00          F         MALLAS, D C                        POOL
   meeting of the semester. Physical Education courses are open to all abilities.
   Students may take more than one Physical Education class. Only the following                 &       LAB 9:00-11:30       F         MALLAS, D C                        POOL
   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.

                                                                                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION 096 -
ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                    PHYSICAL EDUCATION -
   Adapted Physical Education is designed for students with disabilities. For disability      COMBINED ACTIVITIES (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   information contact the Services for Students with Disabilities Office (formerly             Prerequisite: None.
   DSP&S), Students Services Annex Building Room 175. All Adapted Physical
                                                                                                A course designed for the individual in using a variety of combined fitness activities
   Education classes meet in the Adapted Physical Education Center (APEC), located
                                                                                                to achieve their personal fitness goals.
   on the west side of the North Gym.
                                                                                                *2100 LEC 0 hrs 45 mins TBA                   KERR, L D                        SOUTH GYM
                                                                                                &     LAB 2 hrs 30 mins TBA                   KERR, L D                        SOUTH GYM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 648 -                                                                                       (10 week class - starts 3/26/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
ADAPTED EXERCISE FOR BACK DISORDERS                                                                            *This class is designed for prospective intercollegiate football team
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                                                     members, but is open to all students.

   Prerequisite: None.
   This course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities with back          PHYSICAL EDUCATION 121 -
   and/or neck problems who can benefit from an individualized exercise program.              WATER POLO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   Instruction and practice will be given in individualized exercise, including stretching,     Prerequisite: None.
   resistive exercise, and cardiovascular fitness. Students with disabilities need a
   medical prescription for exercises from physician.                                           Instruction in this course covers all aspects of the sport of water polo. The course is
                                                                                                open to all ability levels.
   4003          9:40-11:05        MW         MALLAS, D C                           APEC
                                                                                                2148          6:30-7:35           MW          MCMILLAN, J M                              POOL
                                                                                                               This section is recommended to intercollegiate waterpolo players.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 655 -
CROSS TRAINING LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                        PHYSICAL EDUCATION 131 -
                                                                                              AQUA AEROBICS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   This course is designed for the individual interested in using a variety of fitness
                                                                                                Prerequisite: None.
   cross training activities to achieve their personal fitness goals.
                                                                                                A water aerobic exercise and conditioning class that promotes fitness using water
   This section is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
                                                                                                resistance. Student need not be a swimmer to participate in this class.
   4004    LEC 9:40-9:55           T Th       MALLAS, D C                           APEC        2139    LEC 9:40- 9:55           T Th         JOHNSON, C P                               POOL
   &       LAB 9:55-11:05           T Th      MALLAS, D C                           APEC        &       LAB 9:55-11:05           T Th         JOHNSON, C P                               POOL

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 666 -                                                                      PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225 -
BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                  YOGA SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                Prerequisite: None.
   This course will direct students to a variety of cardiovascular, strength, endurance
                                                                                                This course is designed to improve overall fitness with an emphasis on stress
   and flexibility exercises using a mix of equipment and environment to improve
                                                                                                management and yoga.
   students fitness and health. Students will learn how to create a balanced fitness
   program based on current research to reach their goals. Fitness assessments will             2330    LEC 2:50- 3:20           Th           DE SIMONE, K A                   NORTH GYM
   be conducted to provide students with feedback and recommendations for                       &       LAB 3:20- 4:45           Th           DE SIMONE, K A                   NORTH GYM
   progressive improvement.                                                                     Evening Classes
   This section is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.                    2958    LEC 4:00- 4:30           M            FOLLOSCO, R C                  NORTH GYM
   4005 LEC 8:00-8:15           T Th      MALLAS, D C                        APEC               &       LAB 4:30- 5:55           M            FOLLOSCO, R C                  NORTH GYM
   &       LAB 8:15-9:25        T Th      MALLAS, D C                        APEC
                                                                                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION 228 -
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 690 -                                                                      BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
WEIGHT TRAINING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                      Prerequisite: None.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                This course will expose students to a variety of cardiovascular, strength, endurance
   This course is designed for students interested in implementing a program of                 and flexibility exercises using a mix of equipment and environment to improve
   weight training and cardiovascular endurance, designed to facilitate lifetime                students fitness and health. Students will learn how to create a balanced fitness
   wellness. This class is open to all levels of ability.                                       program based on current research to reach their goals. Fitness assessments will
   This section is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities.                    be conducted to provide students with feedback and recommendations for
                                                                                                progressive improvement.
   4006    LEC 0 hrs 30 mins TBA              MALLAS, D C                           APEC
   &       LAB 2 hrs 30 mins TBA              MALLAS, D C                           APEC        Evening Classes
                                                                                                2960    LEC 6:30- 7:00           T            FRIEDLANDER, D S               NORTH GYM
                                                                                                &       LAB 7:00- 8:25           T            FRIEDLANDER, D S               NORTH GYM
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 238 -                                                                           INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS
SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 503 -
  This course instructs the student in self defense skills for women against rape and              INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - BASEBALL (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  other physical attacks.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students
  2107    LEC 11:20-11:35          T Th         KAUFMAN, D A                     FLD HOUSE           judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.
  &       LAB 11:35-12:20          T Th         KAUFMAN, D A                     FLD HOUSE           This class is for the intercollegiate baseball team. This course is for advanced
  Evening Classes                                                                                    throwing, fielding, hitting, and baseball game situations. There are baseball games
  2919    LEC 4:30- 5:00           M            KAUFMAN, D A                    FLD HOUSE            played in this course.
  &       LAB 5:00- 6:25           M            KAUFMAN, D A                    FLD HOUSE            men
                                                                                                     2400           11 hrs 05 mins TBA           MALLAS, D C                  SOUTH GYM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 247 -                                                                             &              11 hrs 05 mins TBA           JOHNSON, C P                 SOUTH GYM
GYMNASTICS SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION 512 -
  Course covers performance of basic gymnastics skills on all Olympic events. Open                 INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - SOFTBALL (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
  to all ability levels.                                                                             Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students
                                                                                                     judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.
  Evening Classes
                                                                                                     Intercollegiate softball team. Including all aspects of intercollegiate softball.
  5181    LEC 6:45- 7:10           W            HONJIO, G K                       GYM CTR
  &       LAB 7:10- 8:35           W            HONJIO, G K                       GYM CTR            women
                                                                                                     2405           11 hrs 05 mins TBA           GARCIA, F R                  NORTH GYM

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 250 -
TUMBLING SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 513 -
                                                                                                   INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - SWIMMING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students
  This course covers the performance of basic tumbling skills. It is open to all ability             judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.
  levels.
                                                                                                     This course covers performance of competitive swimming and diving skills. This
  Evening Classes                                                                                    course requires participation in intercollegiate swimming and diving competition.
  5183    LEC 6:45- 7:10           W            HONJIO, G K                       GYM CTR            Tryouts are required for participation in this course.
  &       LAB 7:10- 8:35           W            HONJIO, G K                       GYM CTR            men
                                                                                                     2401          11 hrs 05 mins TBA            MCMILLAN, J M                SOUTH GYM
                                                                                                     women
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 259 -
                                                                                                     2406           11 hrs 05 mins TBA           LOPORCHIO, P W               SOUTH GYM
GOLF SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course covers all the basic golf skills including; grip, stance, swing, putting,            PHYSICAL EDUCATION 515 -
  chipping and course etiquette. This course is open to all ability levels. Students               INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - TRACK AND FIELD
  may be required to pay a fee at the driving range.                                               (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students
  Evening Classes                                                                                    judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.
  2920           4:15- 6:20        T            MCMILLAN, J M                  SOUTH GYM             This course is the intercollegiate track and field team. The course includes
                                                                                                     sprinting, middle and long distance events, hurdling, throwing, pole vaulting, field
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 304 -                                                                             events and jumping events. Participation is required in intercollegiate track and
BASKETBALL SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                         field meets. Tryouts may be required.
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                                men
                                                                                                     2402          11 hrs 05 mins TBA            WOLMAN, F                    SOUTH GYM
  This class emphasizes fundamental basketball skills, as well as the selection
                                                                                                     women
  and care of equipment, rules, proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of
                                                                                                     2407           11 hrs 05 mins TBA           ALLAIN, Y                    SOUTH GYM
  the game.
  2108 LEC 1:30- 1:55         MW         HANG, M                    SOUTH GYM
  &       LAB 1:55- 3:15      MW         HANG, M                    SOUTH GYM                      PHYSICAL EDUCATION 549 -
                 (9 week class - starts 3/25/2013, ends 5/31/2013)                                 INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - CHEER/YELL LEADERS
                 This section is designed four prospective intercollegiate women’s basketball      (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
                 team members, but is open to all students. See instructor for more information.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students
  Evening Classes                                                                                    judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.
  2961    LEC 4:00- 4:25           T Th         WATSON, V                     SOUTH GYM              This course covers performance of yell, stunt and cheerleading routines.
  &       LAB 4:25- 5:45           T Th         WATSON, V                     SOUTH GYM              Performance at athletic events. Students are required to perform at athletic events
                 (9 week class - starts 3/25/2013, ends 5/31/2013)                                   and competitions as part of the course requirement. Tryouts are required for
                 This section is designed four prospective intercollegiate men’s basketball          participation.
                 team members, but is open to all students. See instructor for more information.     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
                                                                                                     2403          11 hrs 05 mins TBA            PAUL, R A                    NORTH GYM
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 552 -                                                                             *2319 LEC 1:00- 1:20             WF          STAFF                                        FC
ATHLETICS PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                         &     LAB 1:20- 2:40             WF          STAFF                                        FC
   Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to available seats awarded to those students                                    (15 week class - starts 2/20/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
   judged most qualified, based on past performance and/or tryouts.                                                 *Students may join the Fitness Center during the thrid week of the Spring 2013
                                                                                                                    semester after successful completion of the required orientation/assessment.
   Designed for student athletes, this course prepares the participant for the physical                             Enroll by obtaining an add card from the instructor in the Fitness Center.
   and mental rigors of the athletic season. This class is open to students who are
   current team members.                                                                             Evening Classes

   women                                                                                             2908    LEC    3:30- 3:45        TTh         STAFF                                        FC
   2404           3 hrs 10 mins TBA             WATKINS, S T                   NORTH GYM             AND     LAB    3:45- 5:00        TTh         STAFF                                        FC
                  *Designed for women’s intercollegiate soccer team members.                         2910    LEC    4:30- 5:00        F           MAHONEY, K G                                 FC
                                                                                                     &       LAB    5:00- 7:30        F           MAHONEY, K G                                 FC
                                                                                                     2936    LEC    5:00- 5:30        M           CRATER, M H                                  FC
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 628 -                                                                             &       LAB    5:30- 8:00        M           CRATER, M H                                  FC
SWIM AND RUN FITNESS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                      2907    LEC    5:00- 5:30        T           FOLLOSCO, R C                                FC
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                               &       LAB    5:30- 8:00        T           FOLLOSCO, R C                                FC
   This course will develop students cardiovascular endurance and fitness through                    2964    LEC    5:00- 5:30        W           HANG, M                                      FC
   running and swimming instruction. Students will learn proper swimming and                         &       LAB    5:30- 8:00        W           HANG, M                                      FC
   running technique with practice drills and feedback. The emphasis will be to                      2965    LEC    5:00- 5:30        Th          WADDELL, J S                                 FC
   provide safe and effective training progression to improve health and skill                       &       LAB    5:30- 8:00        Th          WADDELL, J S                                 FC
   acquisition. This class promotes the appreciation of outdoor fitness and all abilities
   are welcome.
                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 655 -
   2314    LEC 9:40- 9:55           MW          MELODY, P E                    NORTH GYM           CROSS TRAINING LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   &       LAB 9:55-11:05           MW          MELODY, P E                    NORTH GYM
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                     This course is designed for the individual interested in using a variety of fitness
FITNESS CENTER                                                                                       cross training activities to achieve their personal fitness goals.
   Students must enroll in and attend the first 6 hours (two weeks) of class. If you
                                                                                                     2320    LEC 30 mins       TBA                O CONNELL, M H                               FC
   miss any portion of a class sessions during the first two weeks of the class, you
   will not be permitted to participate in the course.                                               &       LAB 2 hrs 25 mins TBA                O CONNELL, M H                               FC

                                                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 665 -
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 630 -                                                                           BASKETBALL (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
AEROBIC SUPER CIRCUIT LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                          Prerequisite: None.
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                     This class emphasizes fundamental basketball skills, as well as the selection
   This course is designed for the individual interested in beginning a personal fitness             and care of equipment. rules, proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of
   program to be performed on the aerobic super circuits.
                                                                                                     the game.
   Orientation and Assessment sessions for first two weeks of semester are the                       2321 LEC 8:00- 8:15         T Th       HANG, M                   NORTH GYM
   following.                                                                                        &       LAB 8:15- 9:25      T Th       HANG, M                   NORTH GYM
   2116    LEC    6:30- 6:45        MW          JONES, L H                                  FC       *2129 LEC 3:00- 3:30        T Th       WATSON, V                  SOUTH GYM
   &       LAB    6:45- 7:55        MW          JONES, L H                                  FC       &       LAB 3:30- 6:20      T Th       WATSON, V                  SOUTH GYM
   2158    LEC    6:30- 6:45        T Th        SANTO, M                                    FC                      (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/29/2013)
   &       LAB    6:45- 7:55        T Th        SANTO, M                                    FC                      *This section is designed for men’s basketball team members, but is
                                                                                                                    open to all students.
   2117    LEC    6:30- 7:00        F           DE SIMONE, K A                              FC
   &       LAB    7:00- 9:30        F           DE SIMONE, K A                              FC       2135    LEC 12:15- 12:45         MW          HANG, M                         SOUTH GYM
   2118    LEC    8:00- 8:15        MW          STAFF                                       FC       &       LAB 12:45- 3:25          MW          HANG, M                         SOUTH GYM
   &       LAB    8:15- 9:25        MW          STAFF                                       FC                      (8 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/29/2013)
                                                                                                                    **This section is designed for women’s basketball team members, but is
   2315    LEC    8:00- 8:30        Sat         MAHONEY, K G                                FC                      open to all students.
   &       LAB    8:30-11:00        Sat         MAHONEY, K G                                FC
   2119    LEC    8:00- 8:30        Sun         STAFF                                       FC       Evening Classes
   &       LAB    8:30-11:00        Sun         STAFF                                       FC       2922    LEC 7:30- 8:00           W           BRECKELL, J W                 SOUTH GYM
   2121    LEC    9:40- 9:55        MW          JOHNSON, C P                                FC       &       LAB 8:00-10:35           W           BRECKELL, J W                 SOUTH GYM
   &       LAB    9:55-11:05        MW          JOHNSON, C P                                FC
   2316    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
   &       LAB   10:10-12:40        F           JOHNSON, C P                                FC
   2317    LEC    11:20-11:35       MW          GARCIA, F R                                 FC
   &       LAB   11:35-12:45        MW          GARCIA, F R                                 FC
   2318    LEC    11:20-11:35       T Th        O CONNELL, M H                              FC
   &       LAB   11:35-12:45        T Th        O CONNELL, M H                              FC
   *2160   LEC    1:00- 1:20        T Th        FRANCIS, L C                                FC
   &       LAB    1:20- 2:40        T Th        FRANCIS, L C                                FC
                  (15 week class - starts 2/19/2013, ends 6/3/2013)
                  *Students may join the Fitness Center during the thrid week of the Spring 2013
                  semester after successful completion of the required orientation/assessment.
                  Enroll by obtaining an add card from the instructor in the Fitness Center.
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 666 -                                                                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 682 -
BODY CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                             TENNIS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                      Prerequisite: None.
  This course will direct students to a variety of cardiovascular, strength, endurance     This class emphasizes fundamental tennis skills, as well as the selection and care
  and flexibility exercises using a mix of equipment and environment to improve            of equipment, rules proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of the game.
  students fitness and health. Students will learn how to create a balanced fitness        Note: Students must provide own tennis racquet’s and two unopened cans of tennis
  program based on current research to reach their goals. Fitness assessments will         balls.
  be conducted to provide students with feedback and recommendations for
  progressive improvement.                                                                 2131    LEC    8:00- 8:15      MW          STAFF                           EAST CTS
                                                                                           &       LAB    8:15- 9:30      MW          STAFF                           EAST CTS
  2322    LEC 9:40- 9:55         T Th       MELODY, P E                 NORTH GYM          2328    LEC    9:40- 9:55      MW          HANG, M                         EAST CTS
  &       LAB 9:55-11:05         T Th       MELODY, P E                 NORTH GYM          &       LAB    9:55-11:05      MW          HANG, M                         EAST CTS
  *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.                               2136    LEC    1:00- 1:15      T Th        REED, B E                       EAST CTS
  *2323 LEC 11:20-11:35          T Th       MELODY, P E                 NORTH GYM          &       LAB    1:15- 2:25      T Th        REED, B E                       EAST CTS
  &     LAB 11:35-12:45          T Th       MELODY, P E                 NORTH GYM
  *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.
                                                                                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 684 -
  Evening Classes                                                                        VOLLEYBALL (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  *2912 LEC 5:15- 5:30           T Th       MORENTE, A V               NORTH GYM           Prerequisite: None.
  &     LAB 5:30- 6:40           T Th       MORENTE, A V               NORTH GYM           This course is designed to teach the basic volleyball skills and strategies.
  *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.
                                                                                           Evening Classes
  *2969 LEC 6:45- 7:00           MW         MELODY, P E                NORTH GYM
                                                                                           2967    LEC 6:45- 7:15         T           STAFF                      NORTH GYM
  &     LAB 7:00- 8:10           MW         MELODY, P E                NORTH GYM
                                                                                           &       LAB 7:15- 9:45         T           STAFF                      NORTH GYM
  *Includes step aerobics, cardio kickboxing and stretching.

                                                                                         WEIGHT ROOM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 670 -
JUDO (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 690 -
                                                                                         WEIGHT TRAINING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
  Course covers basic judo throws, pins, strangles, falls, submission holds, escapes       Prerequisite: None.
  and counter attacks. Open to all ability levels.
                                                                                           This course is designed for students interested in implementing a program of
  2132    LEC 9:40- 9:55         MW         HONJIO, G K                     GYM CTR        weight training and cardiovascular endurance, designed to facilitate lifetime
  &       LAB 9:55-11:05         MW         HONJIO, G K                     GYM CTR        wellness. This class is open to all levels of ability.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 677 -                                                                   2137    LEC    8:00- 8:15      MW          SIMS, J A                      WT ROOM
SOCCER (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                          &       LAB    8:15- 9:25      MW          SIMS, J A                      WT ROOM
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                      2138    LEC    8:00- 8:15      T Th        CRINER, L D                    WT ROOM
                                                                                           &       LAB    8:15- 9:25      T Th        CRINER, L D                    WT ROOM
  This class emphasizes fundamental soccer skills, as well as the selection and care
  of equipment, rules, proper etiquette, terminology, and strategies of the game.          2134    LEC    8:00- 8:30      F           WAGENBACH, A J                 WT ROOM
                                                                                           &       LAB    8:30-11:00      F           WAGENBACH, A J                 WT ROOM
  2324    LEC 11:20-11:35        T Th       JONES, L H                  NORTH GYM          2140    LEC    9:40- 9:55      MW          BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
  &       LAB 11:35-12:45        T Th       JONES, L H                  NORTH GYM          &       LAB    9:55-11:05      MW          BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
                                                                                           2165    LEC    9:40- 9:55      T Th        SIMS, J A                      WT ROOM
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 681 -                                                                   &       LAB    9:55-11:05      T Th        SIMS, J A                      WT ROOM
TABLE TENNIS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                    2141    LEC    11:20-11:35     MW          BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                      &       LAB   11:35-12:45      MW          BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
                                                                                           2142    LEC    11:20-11:35     T Th        BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
  This class develops physical fitness through table tennis and includes the selection     &       LAB   11:35-12:45      T Th        BUCHANAN, D                    WT ROOM
  and care of equipment, rules, proper etiquette, terminology, skills development,
  tournament play, and strategies.                                                         Evening Classes
  2325    LEC 9:40- 9:55         MW         TAN, K                      NORTH GYM          2916    LEC    5:00- 5:15      MW          SIMS, J A                     WT ROOM
  &       LAB 9:55-11:05         MW         TAN, K                      NORTH GYM          &       LAB    5:15- 6:25      MW          SIMS, J A                     WT ROOM
                                                                                           2915    LEC    5:00- 5:15      T Th        BUCHANAN, D                   WT ROOM
  Evening Classes                                                                          &       LAB    5:15- 6:25      T Th        BUCHANAN, D                   WT ROOM
  2966    LEC 6:45- 7:15         M          FOLLOSCO, R C              NORTH GYM
  &       LAB 7:15- 9:45         M          FOLLOSCO, R C              NORTH GYM
                                                                                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION 695 -
                                                                                         SWIMMING SKILLS ACTIVITY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                           Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                           This course is designed to teach the basic skills of swimming.
                                                                                           2326    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
                                                                                           &       LAB   11:35-12:45      MW          MCMILLAN, J M                         POOL
                                                                                           Evening Classes
                                                                                           2968    LEC 5:00- 5:15         MW          SANTO, M                             POOL
                                                                                           &       LAB 5:15- 6:25         MW          SANTO, M                             POOL
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   Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                       Location      Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location




          Physical Education                                                                                            Physics
                     (Non Activity)
                                                                                          PHYSICS 005 -
                                                                                          ALLIED HEALTH PHYSICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 712 -                                                     Prerequisite: None.
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                    A specialized course relating motion, force, pressure, heat, light, and sound to
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                      health care.
   This class is an introductory course required for students who are physical eduction     1667           9:40-12:50       F            ASHEROFF, M                               E 101
   and/or recreation majors and are interested in teaching and/or coaching at all           Evening Classes
   educational levels or in the world of corporate fitness.                                 3315           6:45- 9:55       W            ALTOUNJI, J                         AHS 149
   2146          9:40-11:05       T Th       JONES, L H                       EST 103
                                                                                          PHYSICS 007 -
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 713 -                                                   GENERAL PHYSICS II (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
INTRODUCTION TO COACHING ATHLETICS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                    (Offered in Spring semester only.)
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                      Prerequisite: Physics 6 with a grade of C or better.
   This course is designed to introduce the student to the scope of issues encountered      Electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of matter, atomic and nuclear structure.
   in athletic coaching, including (but not limited to) facilities, budgets, managing
   participants, parents, spectators, the press, coaching techniques, philosophies and
                                                                                            1535    LEC 1:00- 2:25          T Th         HALEY, L L                           AHS 149
   administration.                                                                          &       LAB 2:40- 5:50          Th           HALEY, L L                           AHS 149
   Covers problems in coaching athletics, facilities, budgets, coaching techniques,
   philosophies and administration problems.                                              PHYSICS 037 -
   2145          11:20-12:45      MW         WATSON, V                        EST 105
                                                                                          PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Mathematics 265 with a grade of C or better.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                             Kinematics, dynamics, laws of motion, and conservation laws for particles and
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                 systems of particles in both translation and rotation. This course is designed for
                                                                                            Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Engineering & Mathematics majors.
                                                                                            7435    LEC Online                           HALEY, L L                         INTERNET
                                                                                            &       LAB 2:40- 5:50          T            HALEY, L L                           AHS 149
                                                                                                          To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
               Physical Science                                                                           go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                          www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

                                                                                            Evening Classes
                                                                                            7436    LEC Online                           HALEY, L L                       INTERNET
PHYSICAL SCIENCE 001 -                                                                      &       LAB 3:30- 6:40          W            HALEY, L L                         AHS 149
PHYSICAL SCIENCE I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                          go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                    www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   Laws governing our physical universe; how they help us understand our physical
   environment and modern technology.
                                                                                          PHYSICS 038 -
   1533          9:00-12:10       Sat        FIELDING, R A                   EST 113      PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Physics 37 and Mathematics 266 with grades of C or better.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE 014 -                                                                      Static and dynamic electric and magnetic field theory.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT
                                                                                            Applications of charge and energy conservation. Maxwell’s Equations and electric
   Prerequisite: Physical Science 1, with a C or better or concurrent enrollment.           waves.
   Designed for the non-science major, this course will provide an introduction to the
   laboratory methods and skills used in physical science.                                  Evening Classes
                                                                                            3317    LEC    6:45- 8:50       MW           FIELDING, R A                       EST 105
   1534          1:00- 3:05       Sat        FIELDING, R A                   AHS 149
                                                                                            &       LAB    1:00- 4:10       F            FIELDING, R A                       AHS 149
                                                                                            3319    LEC    6:45- 8:50       MW           FIELDING, R A                       EST 105
                                                                                            &       LAB    6:45- 9:55       F            FIELDING, R A                       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.
                                                                                            1539    LEC 1:00- 3:05          MW           HALEY, L L                           EST 104
                                                                                            &       LAB 3:30- 6:40          M            HALEY, L L                           AHS 149

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

                       Physiology                                                                   3218
                                                                                                    3334
                                                                                                                   6:45- 9:55
                                                                                                                   6:45- 9:55
                                                                                                                                     M
                                                                                                                                     T
                                                                                                                                                  LINGROSSO, S J
                                                                                                                                                  BROSLAWSKY, F R
                                                                                                                                                                                        CC 210
                                                                                                                                                                                        CC 210
                                                                                                    3336           6:45- 9:55        W            WANG, P Y                             CC 206
                                                                                                    3337           6:45- 9:55        Th           LINGROSSO, S J                        CC 204
PHYSIOLOGY 001 -                                                                                    Political Science 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS                                              page 101.
  NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in section 8985 an 8983, free Online Tutoring
  services, is recommended. Contact Ms. Chana Held, department secretary with
  questions: (818) 947-2514.                                                                      POLITICAL SCIENCE 002 -
  NOTE: Not open for credit to students who have had Physiology 8 and 9                           MODERN WORLD GOVERNMENTS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  Prerequisite: Anatomy 1, Chemistry 51, and Biology 3 or 6 with grades of C or                     English 101.
  better.
                                                                                                    An examination of foreign governments including the social, political and
  Illustrated lectures with demonstrations covering functions of major human organ                  ideological policies which shape nations with a focus on Western Europe.
  systems. Laboratory experiments and demonstrations.
                                                                                                    1550           9:40-11:05        MW           O’REGAN, A                                CC 206
  1492    LEC    7:45- 9:10       T Th         BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 243
  &       LAB    9:20-10:45       T Th         BYRD WILLIAMS, P B                   AHS 243
  1538    LEC    1:00- 2:25       MW           HUANG, S S                           AHS 243       POLITICAL SCIENCE 005 -
  &       LAB    2:35- 4:00       MW           HUANG, S S                           AHS 243       THE HISTORY OF WESTERN
  Evening Classes                                                                                 POLITICAL THOUGHT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  3332    LEC    5:00- 6:25       MW           KOVNAT, G D                         AHS 243
                                                                                                    English 101.
  &       LAB    6:40- 8:05       MW           KOVNAT, G D                         AHS 243
  3331    LEC    5:30- 6:55       T Th         FRANTZ, J C                         AHS 239          A focus on political thought and ideology from the ancient Greek era to present
  &       LAB    7:10- 8:35       T Th         FRANTZ, J C                         AHS 239          including political theory.
                                                                                                    6926           8:05- 9:15        MTWThF LEHAVI, R                               POLY HIGH
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                                     (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                                         *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 114-115.


              Political Science                                                                   POLITICAL SCIENCE 007 -
                                                                                                  CONTEMPORARY WORLD AFFAIRS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                                                                                                    English 101.
POLITICAL SCIENCE 001 -
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                           A contemporary perspective focusing on international diplomacy, conflict, and
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                       statecraft.
  English 101.                                                                                      1545           9:40-11:05        T Th         O’REGAN, A                                CC 206
  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;                  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  African-American Studies 4, 5.                                                                    SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

  A focus on the political system, process and structure of the 3 major levels of
  government within the United States of America.
  7032           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.                                                                              Psychology
  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.                                                       PSYCHOLOGY 001 -
  7080           Online                        O’REGAN, A                         INTERNET        GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                    English 101.

  1358           8:00- 9:25       T Th   SHOCKLEY, H A                              CC 203          Survey of scientific studies of behavior covering personality, perception, motivation,
                                                                                                    emotion, memory, learning, intelligence, consciousness and theory.
  6925           8:05- 9:25       MTWThF LEHAVI, R                               POLY HIGH
                (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)                                    7202           Online                         TROMBLEY, C M                      INTERNET
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at                                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.                                   go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                   www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                pages 114-115.
                                                                                                                                                         More Psychology 1 next page.
  1348           9:00-12:10       F            CHANEY, V                                 CC 206
  1546           11:20-12:45      MW           O’REGAN, A                                CC 206
  1547           11:20-12:45      T Th         O’REGAN, A                                CC 206
  1549           1:00- 4:10       T            SHOCKLEY, H A                             CC 203
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   Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location


   7043           Online                         TROMBLEY, C M                      INTERNET      PSYCHOLOGY 002 -
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please          BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
   7063           Online                         TROMBLEY, C M                      INTERNET        Brain and behavior: anatomy and physiology of behavior and experience. Biological
                  (5 week class - starts 2/11/2013, ends 3/15/2013)                                 basis of consciousness, perception, sleep, learning, motivation and emotion.
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please            7064          Online                         GHASSEMI, A R                      INTERNET
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                    To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                     go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   1552           8:00- 9:25        MW     MEIER, S A                                BSC 104                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1273           8:00- 9:25        TTh    STAFF                                     BSC 104        1568          9:40-11:05        MW           TRAVELBEE, C S          BSC 108
   6919           8:05- 9:15        MTWThF STAFF                                   POLY HIGH        8163          9:40-11:05        T Th         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 108
                  (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)                                  1569          1:00- 2:25        MW           NG, M                   BSC 106
                  *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
                  *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See             3349          6:45- 9:55        W            NG, M                               BSC 106
                  pages 114-115.
   1238           9:00-12:10        W            LACARRA, R D                         BSC 101     PSYCHOLOGY 002 - HONORS SECTION -
   1723           9:00-12:10        F            LACARRA, R D                         BSC 104     GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   1553           9:40-11:05        MW           STAFF                                BSC 106       Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better.
   1556           9:40-11:05        T Th         CARNEY-CLARK, J L                    BSC 105
   1563           11:20-12:45       MW           NG, M                                BSC 108       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                                    requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   1564           11:20-12:45       T Th         MARTIN, S R                          BSC 108
   1565           1:00- 2:25        MW           GARDNER, M A                         BSC 104       Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   1566           1:00- 2:25        T Th         DIEVENDORF, J O                      BSC 106       students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   6923           2:00- 3:35        MW           STAFF                                EV HIGH       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                  (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                                 Brain and behavior: anatomy and physiology of behavior and experience. Biological
                  *NOTE: This course is offered at East Valley High School located at 5525          basis of consciousness, perception, sleep, learning, motivation and emotion.
                  Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91601.
                                                                                                    8164          9:40-11:05        T Th         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 108
                  *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                  pages 114-115.
   1559           2:40- 4:05        MW           GHASSEMI, A R                        BSC 105     PSYCHOLOGY 003 -
   Evening Classes                                                                                PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   6932           3:30- 5:05        MW           STAFF                           SUVY HIGH          Prerequisite: None.
                  (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)                                 Psychology of human identity, self-awareness, effective relationships and personal
                  *NOTE: This course is offered at Sun Valley High School located at 9171           growth.
                  Telfair Avenue, Sun Valley, CA 91352
                                                                                                    1570          9:40-11:05        MW           HALIMI, S R                          BSC 105
                  *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                  pages 114-115.
   3296           3:30- 6:40        T            CHERDACK, A N                       BSC 106      PSYCHOLOGY 011 -
   3342           3:30- 6:40        W            SALTZMAN, S M                       BSC 106      CHILD PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   5240           3:30- 6:40        Th           NG, M                               BSC 106        Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: English
   3344           6:45- 9:55        M            SACHS, S M                          BSC 104        28, English 363, or placement into English 101.
   3297           6:45- 9:55        T            FARRIS, T W                         BSC 104        The focus of this course is on the development of physical, cognitive, and
   3343           6:45- 9:55        W            CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R             BSC 108        psychosocial processes from conception to adolescence.
   Psychology 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see                            1572          8:00- 9:25        T Th         CARNEY-CLARK, J L                    BSC 105
   page 101.
                                                                                                  PSYCHOLOGY 012 -
PSYCHOLOGY 001 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                          Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: English
                                                                                                    28, English 363, or placement into English 101.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.                                                                                     Development from puberty to adulthood; male and female stereotypes, cross-
                                                                                                    cultural differences, and psychological needs of this developmental period.
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                        7047          Online                         GHASSEMI, A R                      INTERNET
                                                                                                                  (5 week class - starts 3/18/2013, ends 4/27/2013)
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an                           go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                                            www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   Survey of scientific studies of behavior covering personality, perception, motivation,
   emotion, memory, learning, intelligence, consciousness and theory.
   7203           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           3:30- 6:40        Th           NG, M                               BSC 106
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  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


PSYCHOLOGY 013 -
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: English                                         Real Estate
  28, English 363, or placement into English 101.
  How behavior is shaped by society and how the individual affects group processes.               NOTE: See also Accounting, Business, Finance, Law, Management, and Marketing.
  Topics include liking, loving, conformity, aggression, communication, attitude
  change, and prejudice.
                                                                                                REAL ESTATE 001 -
  7070           Online                        TROMBLEY, C M                      INTERNET      REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                      Prerequisite: None.
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       This course is a basic overview of the fundamentals of real estate to prepare for
  1575           11:20-12:45      T Th         FINK, H A                            BSC 106       advanced studies and licensing.
                                                                                                  1580           8:00- 9:25        T Th         TRAVER, G J                               BJ 110
PSYCHOLOGY 014 -                                                                                  Evening Classes
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                         3329           6:45- 9:55        T            STAFF                                      B 73
  Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: English                    3439           6:45- 9:55        Th           HAMNER, A L                                 B1
  28, English 363, or placement into English 101.
  Psychological and behavioral disorders including depression, schizophrenia,                   REAL ESTATE 003 -
  personality disorders and disorders of childhood. Risk factors, methods of                    REAL ESTATE PRACTICES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  classification,and treatment options.
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: None.
  1554           1:00- 2:25       MW           LACARRA, R D                         BSC 105
                                                                                                  This course covers the practical aspects of office operations in real estate,
  Evening Classes                                                                                 including listing, prospecting, sales techniques, escrow.
  3348           6:45- 9:55       W            KAYLOR, N M                         BSC 104
                                                                                                  Evening Classes
                                                                                                  3447           6:45- 9:55        M            STAFF                                 CC 207
PSYCHOLOGY 041 -
LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                           REAL ESTATE 007 - REAL ESTATE FINANCE I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: Psychology 1 with a grade of C or better. Recommended: English                    Prerequisite: Real Estate 1 or 3 with a grade of C or better. Concurrent enrollment
  28, English 363, or placement into English 101.                                                 in Real Estate 1 or 3 allowed.
                                                                                                  This couse covers the analysis and techniques of real estate financing. Types and
  Biopsychosocial developmental theories and research related to family, peer,
                                                                                                  sources of loans, alternative mortgage instruments.
  education and social influences on intelligence, gender, personality, stress and
  relationships.                                                                                  Evening Classes
  1579           9:40-11:05       MW           MOSSLER, R A                         BSC 104       3445           6:45- 9:55          W          Englund, A C                          CC 214
  1578           11:20-12:45      MW           MOSSLER, R A                         BSC 104
  1583           2:40- 4:05       MW           CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R              BSC 108
                                                                                                REAL ESTATE 014 -
  Evening Classes                                                                               PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  3395           3:30- 6:40       T            GHASSEMI, A R                       BSC 105        Prerequisite: None
  3396           6:45- 9:55       M            GHASSEMI, A R                       BSC 106        This is a course in the management of income producing properties. It covers all
  3397           6:45- 9:55       W            CARNEY-CLARK, J L                   BSC 105        major aspects of day to day management as well as the selection of the type of
                                                                                                  investment.
  Psychology 41 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates,
  see page 101.                                                                                   Evening Classes
                                                                                                  9507           6:45-10:00        Th           ENGLUND, A C                        BJ 109
                                                                                                  &              Online                         ENGLUND, A C                     INTERNET
PSYCHOLOGY 060 -                                                                                                 (8 week class - starts 4/8/2013, ends 5/31/2013)
STRESS MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                             To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  Prerequisite: None                                                                                             go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  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.
                                                                                                      Respiratory Therapy
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                      RESPIRATORY THERAPY 001 -
                                                                                                INTRODUCTION TO RESPIRATORY THERAPY - 1.00 UNIT
                                                                                                  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
                                                                                                  3433           6:15- 7:20        T            KELLY, P S                        AHS 332A
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                                                      81
   Section #      Time              Day         Instructor                       Location      Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


RESPIRATORY THERAPY 005 -
APPLICATION OF RESPIRATORY
THERAPY & CLINICAL EXPERIENCE III - 5.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 4, 7 and 8 with grades of C or better.
                                                                                                                       Sociology
   The student is exposed to the total treatment of the patient. Pediatric and
   Rehabilitation Respiratory Therapy is presented.
                                                                                             SOCIOLOGY 001 -
   1585            8:00-12:35       M           MORRISON, G S                   AHS 331      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   &              12:50- 3:55       M           MORRISON, G S                   AHS 331
   OR             12:50- 3:55       M           PEARSON, C                      AHS 331        Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   &              23 hrs            TBA         MORRISON, G S                     HOSP         English 101.
   OR             23 hrs            TBA         PEARSON, C                        HOSP         Students examine the social behavior of human beings and organization of society
                  (8 week class - starts 1/7/2013, ends 3/1/2013)                              including subjects such as culture, deviance, sexuality, media, social stratification,
                                                                                               and the institutions of the family, religion, education, politics, and the economy.
RESPIRATORY THERAPY 006 -                                                                      7039           Online                         RASKOFF, S A                       INTERNET
                                                                                                              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY - 4.00 UNITS                                                                           go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 1, and 2, with grades of C or better.                                    www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   Corequisite: Respiratory Therapy 15.                                                        7044           Online                         SCOTT, L C                         INTERNET
   Respiratory physiology is presented in detail, including perfusion, ventilation and                        To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   diffusion, extensive anatomy, transport of blood gases and their determination and                         go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   acid-base balance.                                                                                         www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1584    LEC 8:00-11:10           T           SANTANA, S A                    AHS 331        1109           8:00- 9:25        MW           SHERWOOD, S J                        BSC 108
   &       LAB 11:30-12:20          T           SANTANA, S A                    AHS 331        1591           9:00-12:10        Sat          VALADEZ, J                           BSC 102
   &       LAB 1:30- 3:40           T           ROTHFELD, A F                   AHS 331        1593           9:40-11:05        MW           LANOIX, T R                          BSC 103
                                                                                               1595           9:40-11:05        T Th         ALLEN, P                             BSC 102
RESPIRATORY THERAPY 011 -                                                                      1592           11:20-12:45       MW           LANOIX, T R                          BSC 103
APPLICATIONS OF RESPIRATORY THERAPY & CLINICAL                                                 8190           1:00- 2:25        T Th         SCOTT, L C                           BSC 103
EXPERIENCE IV - 5.00 UNITS                                                                     8360           2:40- 5:50        T            VIVIAN, M D                          BSC 103
   Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 4, 7 and 8 with grades of C or better.                    1597           2:40- 4:05        T Th         SCOTT, L C                           BSC 102
   The student is exposed to the total treatment of the patient. Cardiopulmonary               Evening Classes
   function testing is discussed.
                                                                                               5110           3:30- 6:40        M            VIVIAN, M D                      BSC 103
   1588            8:00-12:35       M           MORRISON, G S                   AHS 331        6927           3:30- 5:05        MW           LABERTEW, L D                  MNRO HIGH
   &              12:50- 3:55       M           MORRISON, G S                   AHS 331                       (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
   OR             12:50- 3:55       M           PEARSON, C                      AHS 331                       *NOTE: This course is offered at Monroe High School located at 9229
   &           22 hrs 10 mins       TBA         MORRISON, G S                     HOSP                        Haskell Avenue, North Hills, CA 91343.
   OR          22 hrs 10 mins       TBA         PEARSON, C                        HOSP                        *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
                  (8 week class - starts 3/4/2013, ends 5/3/2013)                                             pages 114-115.
                                                                                               5225           3:30- 6:40        T            MCKEEVER, A J                       BSC 104
RESPIRATORY THERAPY 015 -                                                                      3000           6:45- 9:55        M            VALADEZ, J                          BSC 105
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL EXPERIENCE - 4.00 UNITS                                               5228           6:45- 9:55        M            JEFFRIES, R M                       BSC 102
   Prerequisite: Respiratory Therapy 1 and 2, and Psychology 1, with grades of C or            5106           6:45- 9:55        T            SCOTT, L C                          BSC 102
   better. Corequisite: Respiratory Therapy 6.                                                 3172           6:45- 9:55        W            SHERWOOD, S J                       BSC 102
   Clinical insight to the actual duties of a respiratory therapist and an introduction to     5104           6:45- 9:55        Th           JEFFRIES, R M                       BSC 103
   patient relationships. Hours are scheduled to meet certification requirements;
   students will be required to attend the total hours as scheduled.                           Sociology 1 also offered in ITV. For Required Orientation dates, see
                                                                                               page 101.
   Evening Classes
   3432         4:00- 7:10          M           MORRISON, G S                  AHS 331
   &       10 hrs 05 mins           TBA         MORRISON, G S                    HOSP        SOCIOLOGY 001 - HONORS SECTION -
   OR      10 hrs 05 mins           TBA         PEARSON, C                       HOSP        INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                               Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                English 101.
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                               This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                                                                                               requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
                                                                                               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.
                                                                                               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.
                                                                                               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           3:30- 6:40        T            MCKEEVER, A J                       BSC 104
                                                                                               5229           6:45- 9:55        M            JEFFRIES, R M                       BSC 102
                                                                                               5107           6:45- 9:55        T            SCOTT, L C                          BSC 102
                                                                                               5105           6:45- 9:55        Th           JEFFRIES, R M                       BSC 103
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SOCIOLOGY 002 -                                                                                  SOCIOLOGY 012 -
AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                   MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                      Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  English 101.                                                                                     English 101.
  This course examines a range of social problems and their solutions including                    This course deals with the family as a social institution, its structure and functions,
  prejudice, discrimination, suicide, drugs, crime, wealth and poverty, political                  including historical changes, emerging patterns, and the influence of contemporary
  radicalism and weapons of mass destruction.                                                      society and social forces that shape the family such as race, class, gender and
  7071           Online                         SOUTHGATE, D E                     INTERNET        sexuality.
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please            1596           11:20-12:45       MW           SCOTT, L C                           BSC 105
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  1542           8:00- 9:25        T Th         SOUTHGATE, D E                       BSC 102     SOCIOLOGY 017 -
  1599           9:40-11:05        MW           SOUTHGATE, D E                       BSC 102     INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
SOCIOLOGY 003 -                                                                                    Introduction to methods, major theories and techniques of counseling.
CRIME AND DELINQUENCY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        Representative problems covering a wide range of settings and multicultural
                                                                                                   perspectives are considered. Topics include: dysfunctional families, domestic
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                      violence, incest, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, drug and alcohol abuse,
  English 101.                                                                                     sociopathic personalities, school bullying trauma, death and dying, serial killers,
  Examines the nature of crime and delinquency including theories of causation,                    and the nature of neuroses and psychoses. Career planning issues are also
  types of adult and juvenile offenses, and efforts by society to cope with law                    considered.
  violations. Emphasis is placed upon programs for the prevention, correction, and
  rehabilitation within the justice system.                                                        Evening Classes
                                                                                                   3353           6:45- 9:55        T            VIVIAN, M D                         BSC 103
  Evening Classes                                                                                  3352           6:45- 9:55        W            VIVIAN, M D                         BSC 103
  5250           6:45- 9:55        Th           SCOTT, L C                          BSC 102
                                                                                                 SOCIOLOGY 019 -
SOCIOLOGY 003 -                                                                                  INTRODUCTION TO THE SOCIAL SERVICES (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
HONORS SECTION -                                                                                   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
CRIME AND DELINQUENCY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        English 101.
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                      This course covers the history and development of social and human services,
  English 101.                                                                                     including the welfare system, community organizations, healthcare and Medicare.
  This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                          Social services work as a career, including social work, urban generalists,
  requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                        counseling, addiction specialists, and their qualification are also covered.
  Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors              1641           8:00- 9:25        MW           SOUTHGATE, D E                       BSC 102
  students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
  instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                                                                                                 SOCIOLOGY 021 -
  Topics range from prostitution, drugs, rape, crimes in the family, and violent assault         HUMAN SEXUALITY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  to white collar crime, organized crime, crimes of government. Issues of punishment
  reform and rehabilitation will also be considered.                                               (Not open for credit to students who have had Psychology 52)
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  Evening Classes                                                                                  English 101.
  5251           6:45- 9:55        Th           SCOTT, L C                          BSC 102        This interdisciplinary course presents a sociological and psychological introduction
                                                                                                   to human sexuality and human sexual behavior. Topics include physiology, sex,
SOCIOLOGY 004 -                                                                                    gender, and sexual orientation, physical and emotional response, sexual behavior,
SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                        cultural and behavioral issues, myths, misconception, dysfunction, and sexual
                                                                                                   coercion.
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, or English 363, or placement
  into English 101.                                                                                7035           Online                         RASKOFF, S A                       INTERNET
                                                                                                                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
  This class is am introduction to the scientific study of social phenomena. Topics                               go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  include research design, conceptualization, measurement, sampling methodology,                                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  and both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Students will analyze specific              7041           Online                         RASKOFF, S A                       INTERNET
  data collected in the field.                                                                                    To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  1179           9:40-11:05        T Th         SOUTHGATE, D E                       BSC 106                      www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   8390           11:20-12:45       MW           RASKOFF, S A                         BSC 102
SOCIOLOGY 011 -                                                                                    8143           11:20-12:45       T Th         LANOIX, T R                          BSC 103
RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   Evening Classes
  Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
  English 101.                                                                                     3173           3:30- 6:40        W            STAFF                               BSC 102
  This course examines the definitions, history, and experiences of ethnic and racial
  groups in this country. Topics include social, economic, and political factors,
  racial/ethnic group relations, discrimination, prejudice, and social equality.
  1598           9:40-11:05        T Th         LANOIX, T R                          BSC 103
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SOCIOLOGY 021 - HONORS SECTION -                                                                  SOCIOLOGY 185 -
HUMAN SEXUALITY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                             DIRECTED STUDY -
   (Not open for credit to students who have had Psychology 52)                                   SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 2
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 101.
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into
   English 101.                                                                                     NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
                                                                                                    NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;
   This course counts for partial completion for Transfer Alliance Program                          CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.                                        ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors              OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an             Allows students to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                              behavior in which the student is interested. Contact instructor immediately upon
   8391           11:20-12:45       MW           RASKOFF, S A                         BSC 102       enrollment. (818)-947-2812.
   8144           11:20-12:45       T Th         LANOIX, T R                          BSC 103       8194          1 hr 05 mins     TBA        VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A

SOCIOLOGY 025 -                                                                                   SOCIOLOGY 285 -
DRUGS AND CULTURE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                           DIRECTED STUDY -
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                    SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
   English 101.                                                                                     Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 101.
   A cross cultural study of mind-altering drugs, including alcohol, marijuana,                     NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
   hallucinogens, ecstasy, methamphetamines, cocaine, inhalants, and others. Social,                NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;
   psychological, and biological effects of drug use are analyzed within a cultural and             CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND
   political context. Drugs and their effects on the population are considered both for             ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
                                                                                                    OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
   the user and non-user.
                                                                                                    Allows student to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human
   Evening Classes                                                                                  behavior in which the student is interested. Contact instructor immediately upon
   3340           6:45- 9:55        M            VIVIAN, M D                         BSC 103        enrollment. (818) 947-2812.
                                                                                                    8195          2 hrs 05 mins TBA           VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A
SOCIOLOGY 035 -
THE LABOR MOVEMENT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                          SOCIOLOGY 385 -
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: English 28, English 363, or placement into                    DIRECTED STUDY -
   English 101.                                                                                   SOCIOLOGY (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   This course presents an overview and history of the labor movement in the U.S.                   Prerequisite: None. Skills recommended: English 101.
   beginning with slavery and discussing the rise of labor unions and the middle class              NOTE: UC CREDIT FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY/DIRECTED STUDY COURSES
   and the impact of the Industrial Revolution and wars.                                            NUMBERED 185, 285, AND 385 IN ANY DEPARTMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC;
                                                                                                    CREDIT IS CONTINGENT ON UC CAMPUS EVALUATION AFTER APPLICATION AND
   1607           11:20-12:45       T Th         ALLEN, P                             BSC 102       ADMISSION. THESE UNITS SHOULD NOT BE USED TOWARD THE CALCULATION
                                                                                                    OF THE MINIMUM 60 UNITS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION TO THE UC.
SOCIOLOGY 084 -                                                                                     For Sections 1-6 Nonjudgmental attitude, good listening, written and
SIMSOC:SIMULATED SOCIETY - 1.00 UNIT                                                                communication skills.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment at (818) 947-2812
   Students simulate a society, actively learning sociological concepts such as status,             Section One - Child Abuse Prevention Project
   role, primary group, power, and hierarchy. The game takes approximately 14 hours                 Learn how to lead support groups on the Internet for survivors of child abuse and
   to play and students have great fun experiencing and learning about the emergence                domestic violence.
   of societal structure.
                                                                                                    Become a certified Chatroom Support Group Facilitator, trained in crisis
   To participate, enroll in one of the sections below, and contact the professor for               intervention, group process, child abuse and domestic violence issues at
   more information as soon as possible.                                                            International Child Abuse Network. Completion of 60 hours of training will enable
   1603           2 hr 20 mins TBA               SCOTT, L C                           BSC 102       students to facilitate support groups over the internet for individuals from all over
                  (7 Week Class - Starts 3/1/2013, Ends 4/15/2013 )                                 the world who have been abused. 12:30-4 pm Saturdays for 11 weeks, starting
                  *Section 1603 will meet on Friday, March 15, 2013 from 2pm-5pm and
                                                                                                    3/02/13 in BSC 103. Supervision provided by a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist.
                  Saturday March 16, 2013 from 9am-5pm in BSC 102.                                  After training, assigned 3 hours TBA on any day or night of the week. Students may
                                                                                                    work Online from their homes. ICAN seeks a one year commitment from volunteers.
                  *Contact the instructor, Professor Laura Scott, (818) 947-2330, as soon
                  as possible.
                                                                                                    A detailed descriptive and analytical journal is due at the end of the semester for a
                                                                                                    grade. Total course hours = 54. Orientation on Tues., 2/12/13, or Wed., 2/13/13,
   1604           2 hr 20 mins TBA               SCOTT, L C                           BSC 102       6:45pm, BSC 103 or Fri., 2/22/13, 12:30-3pm, BSC 103.
                  (7 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2013 Ends 5/15/2013 )
                                                                                                    8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA           VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A
                  *Section 1604 will meet on Friday, April 12, 2013 from 2pm-5pm and
                  Saturday April 13, 2013 from 9am-5pm in BSC 102.                                  Section Two - Elementary, Middle & High School Tutorial Project
                  *Contact the instructor, Professor Laura Scott, (818) 947-2330, as soon           Supervised students will act as tutors, mentors and role models at local San
                  as possible.                                                                      Fernando Valley elementary, middle and high schools. TB Test required ($10 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. A limited number of paid tutor slots may be available
                                                                                                    via Project Grad, earning between $11.04-13.25 per hour. Total course hours =54.
                                                                                                    Orientation meeting on Fri., 2/22/13, 12:30-3 p.m., BSC103.
                                                                                                    8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA           VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A
                                                                                                                                                   Sociology 385 continues next page.
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 Section Three - Golden Age Project
 Become involved in an elderly person’s life and enrich your own at the same time at
 the Bernardi Senior Center in Van Nuys and Wilkinson Center in Northridge.                                             Spanish
 Volunteers assigned to a 3 hours 10 minutes (time-to-be-arranged) time slot per
 week, hours between 10am to 5pm, seven days a week. Spanish speaking
 especially desired. 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       SPANISH 001 -
 for a grade. Total course hours =54. Please contact the instructor immediately upon      ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 enrollment, or for any questions, at (818) 947-2812. Orientation meeting on Fri.,          (Not recommended for native Spanish speakers. See Spanish 35).
 2/22/13, 12:30-3 p.m., BSC 103.
                                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
 8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A
                                                                                            Fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure,
 Section Four – The Government Involvement Project                                          and culture. Stresses the ability to understand, read, write, and speak simple
 Get involved in a government internship through this project. L.A. Valley College          Spanish. Basic computer knowledge required for interactive activities.
 student government, L.A. City, West Hollywood, State Assembly, and State                   1605           8:15- 9:25       MTWTh ARIAS, R                                         FL 106
 positions available. Analyze your experience through a sociological perspective.           1608           9:40-12:10       MW    ARIAS, R                                         FL 106
 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          Evening Classes
 semester.                                                                                  3399           4:00- 6:30       MW           SCHWARZBEIN, M H                          FL 100
 It is highly recommended that potential students contact the well in advance to            3356           4:00- 6:30       T Th         HERNANDEZ, L                              FL 110
 carefully plan which internship would provide for the best fit and for availability.       3358           7:00- 9:30       MW           KATURICH, G C                             FL 111
 Please contact instructor immediately upon enrollment, or for any questions, at            3436           7:00- 9:30       T Th         FIORITO, I                                FL 100
 (818) 947-2812.                                                                            3438           7:00- 9:30       T Th         HERNANDEZ, L                              FL 110
 (NOTE: This class can be taken for 1 unit as Sociology 185 or 2 units as Sociology
 285.)                                                                                    SPANISH 002 -
 Orientation on Fri., 2/22/13 at 12:30-3pm in BSC 103.                                    ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A        (Not recommended for native Spanish speakers. See Spanish 36).
 Section Five – Valley Crisis-Intervention Project                                          Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or Spanish 22 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent
 Become a Crisis Counselor and learn to help someone in crisis via the CSUN                 skill level.
 Helpline. Training is a combination of lecture/discussion presentations of material        Completes the study of elementary grammar with emphasis on aural and written
 and practice role-playing calls. Topics include basic techniques, loneliness and           comprehension, oral expression and comprehension, writing, culture. Basic
 depression, death and dying, sex and sexuality, crisis and suicide, child abuse,           computer skills required for online work.
 domestic violence and sexual assault behaviors. Crisis hotline training HelpLine
 Manual cost $25. Training on 10 Thursdays on the CSUN campus. Starts Thurs., 7-            1610           9:40-12:10       T Th         ROY, M                                    FL 102
 10:30 p.m., 2/14/13 (Date subject to change.) Must be at least 18 years old,               Evening Classes
 proficient in English, and a good listener. For training room number, please E-mail
                                                                                            6928           3:30- 6:35       MW           PERSAUD, L                        PAN HIGH
 csunhelpetraining@gmail.com or call 818-349-4357 or visit www.csun.edu/helpline.
                                                                                                          (15 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/24/2013)
 Additional readings on additional on suicide, death and dying required, plus a
                                                                                                          *NOTE: This course is offered at Panorama High School located at 8015
 detailed descriptive and analytical journal is due at the end of the term for a grade.                   Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City, CA 91402.
 First contact Dr. Vivian at LAVC to coordinate with CSUN at 818-947-2812 or email
                                                                                                          *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See
 vivianmd@lavc.edu. Orientation meetings on Wed., 2/6/13, 4:30-5:30 pm, BSC                               pages 114-115.
 111A or Wed., 2/13/13, 5-6 pm BSC 111A.
                                                                                            3359           4:00- 6:30       T Th         ANDRADE, A E                              FL 106
 8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A
                                                                                            3360           7:00- 9:30       MW           ANDRADE, A E                              FL 106
 Section Six - Independent Projects
 Allows student to participate in the directed study of some aspect of human
 behavior in which the student is interested. It is strongly recommended that             SPANISH 003 -
 potential students have completed English 101 and are comfortable writing.               INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
 Contact instructor immediately upon enrollment at (818) 947-2812. Orientation              Prerequisite: Spanish 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
 meeting of Fri., 2/22/13, 12:30-3 pm, BSC 103.                                             Comprehensive review of grammar and a more intensive study of the language,
 8196          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            VIVIAN, M D                     BSC 111A        including idioms, advanced grammatical concepts and irregular structures.
                                                                                            Readings and discussions in Spanish.
 FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                               Basic computer skills required for online work.
 SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                            1611           9:40-12:10       T Th         ANDRADE, A E                              FL 110

                                                                                          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
                                                                                            7606           7:00- 9:35       W            HERNANDEZ, L                         FL 110
                                                                                            &              Online                        HERNANDEZ, 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.
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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.                                                Speech
   This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors              SPEECH 061 -
   students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
   instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.                              SPEECH LABORATORY (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: None.
   Improvement of oral and written expression and comprehension by study of literary
   and cultural selections.                                                                           Open entry/exit.
   Evening Classes                                                                                    Individualized instruction in the Speech Lab (SL) to articulation skills for native and
   7607           7:00- 9:35        W            HERNANDEZ, L                         FL 110          non-native speakers. The Speech Lab is designed to complement the work done by
   &              Online                         HERNANDEZ, L                     INTERNET            students enrolled in Speech Communication 63, 64, 66, 111 and 113. To begin work
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              in Speech 61, students must come with their Registration Fee Receipt to the
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        Speech Lab the first two weeks of the school semester, at that time students must
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                      have or obtain an instructor approved lab book, and they will be given instructions
                                                                                                      that will allow them to begin working in Speech 61. Speech lab hours are Monday-
                                                                                                      Thursday 9-1pm and 5-7pm in the Campus Center basement.
SPANISH 008 -
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3                                                    1614          8 hrs 30 mins TBA            THORNOCK, R M                   SPCH LAB
   (Not open to native speakers of Spanish.)
   Prerequisite: Spanish 2 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.                  SPEECH 062 -
   Practical conversation and improvement of conversational fluidity. Emphasis on use               SPEECH LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (NDA) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3
   of idioms and current usages. Training in pronunciation, enunciation, and                          Prerequisite: None.
   vocabulary-building. Basic computer required for accessing online information.
                                                                                                      Open entry/exit.
   Evening Classes
                                                                                                      Advanced individualized instruction in the Speech Lab
   3362           5:00- 6:05        MW           ARIAS, R                                  FL 106
                                                                                                      (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
SPANISH 009 -                                                                                         Communication 63,64,66,111 and 113. To begin work in Speech 62 students must
HISPANIC CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                           come with their Registration Fee Receipt to the Speech Lab the first two weeks of
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                the school semester; at that time students must have or obtain an instructor
   Study of Spanish Civilization in the various domains. Emphasis on Spain’s cultural                 approved lab book, and they will be given instructions that will allow them to begin
   history, art, architecture, music, and the minor arts. Taught in English.                          working in Speech 62.
   7414           9:40-11:05        T            ARIAS, R                              FL 106         Come to the Speech Lab (basement of Campus Center) from 9-1pm and 5-7pm,
   &              Online                         ARIAS, R                           INTERNET          M-Th, the first two weeks of school.
                  To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                  go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        1615          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            FOUNTAINE, H                    SPCH LAB
                  www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.

                                                                                                    SPEECH 063 -
SPANISH 016 -                                                                                       BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL SPEECH SKILLS - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
MEXICAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                            Prerequisite: None.
   (Same as Chicano Studies 44)
                                                                                                      This English Speech as Second Language course (ESSL) is designed for students
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                who wish to improve their aural comprehension of English and to increase their
   Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods and their influence upon mores, art,                    ability to make themselves understood using conversational English Speech. This is
   literature and music. Considers the present-day Mexican and Mexican-American                       the introductory level ESSL course.
   cultures.
                                                                                                      1617           8:00- 9:25      T Th        BALLEW, B A                          H 103
   8130           9:40-11:05        T Th         LOPEZ, P J                                FL 111     1616           11:20-12:45     MW          BALLEW, B A                          H 104

SPANISH 035 -
SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS I (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    SPEECH 064 -
   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                    BASIC SPEECH SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
   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.                           Prerequisite: None.
   1612           9:40-12:10        MW           FRANCES BENITEZ, M E                      FL 100     An English Speech as a Second Language (ESSL) course designed to help non-
                                                                                                      native speakers acquire basic American English sounds/reduce accents. This is the
   Evening Classes                                                                                    second level ESSL course.
   3361           7:00- 9:30        MW           FRANCES BENITEZ, M E                      FL 100
                                                                                                      1620           8:00- 9:25      MW          CALDER, P P                          H 115
                                                                                                      1619           8:00- 9:25      T Th        CALDER, P P                          H 115
SPANISH 036 -                                                                                         1621           9:40-11:05      T Th        CALDER, P P                          H 115
SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS II (UC:CSU) - 5.00 UNITS
                                                                                                      Evening Classes
   Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or 35 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent skill level.
                                                                                                      3369           6:45- 9:55      T           GELLER, A H                           B 72
   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        T Th         FRANCES BENITEZ, M E                      FL 100

   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
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SPEECH 066 -                                                                                     SPEECH 104 -
ADVANCED SPEECH SKILLS (NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1                                                  ARGUMENTATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Prerequisite: None.
  This English Speech as a Second Language (ESSL) course is designed for students                  A critical thinking class in the foundations and strategies of argument, logical
  to improve pronunciation of difficult consonant and vowel sounds in American                     reasoning, rational thinking and decision making. Emphasizes conflict resolution
  English and to produce complicated consonant blends and clusters. This is the third              skills. Meets AA requirement in oral communication degree and CSU transfer
  level ESSL course.                                                                               certification requirements in critical thinking.
  1541          8:00- 9:25        T Th         FOUNTAINE, H                              H 110     7024          Online                         MARTENEY, J I                      INTERNET
  1623          9:40-11:05        MW           CALDER, P P                               H 115                   To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                                                                                                                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
  Evening Classes                                                                                                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  3368          5:00- 6:25        MW           FOUNTAINE, H                              H 110     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:
SPEECH 101 -                                                                                                     www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
ORAL COMMUNICATION I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                         8242          9:40-11:05        MW           BAUMWIRT, J A                             H 110
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                              Evening Classes
  Introductory speech course stressing techniques of public speaking; may include                  5195          6:45- 9:55          W          STAFF                                     H 105
  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      SPEECH 105 -
  &             Online                         SMITH, D W                         INTERNET       CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        Basic Principles of argumentation and critical thinking including learning how to
                                                                                                   write argumentatively. Meets AA degree requirement in analytical thinking, CSU
  7413          7:30- 9:40        Th           SMITH, D W                             H 111        and IGETC certification requirement in critical thinking.
  &             Online                         SMITH, D W                         INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             7072          Online                         ALLEN, R K                         INTERNET
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                                     To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                                      go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                                                                                                                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
  1543          8:00- 9:25        MW           TOTH, L L                              H 103
                                                                                                   8243          9:40-11:05        MW           BAUMWIRT, J A                             H 110
  1519          8:00-11:10        F            CALDER, P P                            H 110
  1520          9:00-12:10        F            STERK, J L                             H 101        Evening Classes
  1521          9:00-12:10        Sat          GREEN, V A                             H 110        5196          6:45- 9:55          W          STAFF                                     H 105
  1522          9:40-11:05        MW           STAFF                                   B 50
  1523          9:40-11:05        T Th         THORNOCK, R M                         CC 200      SPEECH 105 - HONORS SECTION -
  7415          11:20- 1:30       T            SMITH, D W                            CC 210      CRITICAL THINKING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  &             Online                         SMITH, D W                         INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please             Prerequisite: English 101 with a grade of C or better.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                   requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
  7416          11:20- 1:30       Th           SMITH, D W                            CC 210
                                                                                                   Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
  &             Online                         SMITH, D W                         INTERNET         students only. After classes begin, honors sections are open to all students with an
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                       instructor add permit. All students must meet course prerequisites.
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                        Basic Principles of argumentation and critical thinking including learning how to
  1555          11:20-12:45       MW     THORNOCK, R M                               FL 108        write argumentatively. Meets AA Degree, CSU certification and IGETC certification
  1672          11:20-12:45       T Th   STAFF                                     EST 108         and requirements in analytical thinking.
  6922          1:30- 2:50        MTWThF STAFF                                   POLY HIGH         8244          9:40-11:05        MW           BAUMWIRT, J A                             H 110
                (7 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/22/2013)
                *NOTE: This course is offered at Polytechnic High School located at
                12431 Roscoe Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352. Go to Admin. for room.                 SPEECH 106 -
                *This course is part of the Advanced College Enrollment Programs. See            FORENSICS (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
                pages 114-115.                                                                     Prerequisite: None.
  Evening Classes                                                                                  Open entry/exit.
  3372          5:00- 6:25        MW           MARTENEY, S H                         H 101         This course provides advanced training in public speaking, argumentation skills and
  3373          6:45- 9:55        M            KELPINE, J                            H 113         intercollegiate competition in public debate.
  3377          6:45- 9:55        T            KALUSTIAN, M                        EST 109         1636          7 hrs 35 mins TBA              SMITH, D W                                 B 24
  3374          6:45- 9:55        T            GOODWYN, M                          BSC 105         OR            7 hrs 35 mins TBA              STAFF                                      B 24
  3375          6:45- 9:55        W            KARLSEN, T O                         CC 212
  3376          6:45- 9:55        Th           DUNCAN, Y A                          FL 112
                                                                                                 SPEECH 111 -
                                                                                                 VOICE AND ARTICULATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                   Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                   This English Speech as a Second Language (ESSL) 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
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                                                      87
   Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location       Section #     Time               Day          Instructor                            Location


SPEECH 113 -
ENGLISH SPEECH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                                                  Statistics
   This English Speech as a Second Language (ESSL) course improves spoken English,
   stressing proper pronunciation, sounds, intonation, organization of material, and
   use of English as a means of communication. This is the fifth (advanced) level ESSL       STATISTICS 001 -
   course.                                                                                   ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (UC:CSU) -
   1638           11:20-12:45     T Th        FOUNTAINE, H                        H 110      3.00 UNITS
   Evening Classes                                                                             Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better.
   3380           5:00- 6:25      T Th        FOUNTAINE, H                        H 110        Introduces basic tools of descriptive and inferential statistics, including
                                                                                               measurement and the collection, organization, presentation, and analysis of data.
SPEECH 121 -                                                                                   8255           9:40-11:05        MW           FINK, H A                            BSC 110
THE PROCESS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                                                     1648           9:40-11:05        T Th         FINK, H A                            BSC 110
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                          1649           11:20-12:45       MW           FINK, H A                            BSC 110
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Statistics Lab; usage controlled by Psychology Dept.
   Provides an introduction to the dynamics of communication in one-to-one                     Evening Classes
   relationships, focusing on experience,behavior, and rules governing interpersonal           3385           3:30- 6:40        T            FINK, H A                           BSC 110
   contexts such as friendships, families, romantic relationships, and workplace
                                                                                               3386           6:45- 9:55        T            FINK, H A                           BSC 110
   relations.
                                                                                               Statistics Lab; usage controlled by Psychology Dept.
   1639           11:20-12:45     T Th        THORNOCK, R M                      CC 200

SPEECH 130 -                                                                                 STATISTICS 001 - HONORS SECTION -
INTRODUCTION TO ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE                                            ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                                        (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better.

   A course in sharing aloud the artistry of various forms of literature, including prose,     This course counts for partial completion of Transfer Alliance Program
   poetry and dramatic readings. Meets both AA degree and CSU transfer certification           requirements. For further information, see pages 110-112.
   requirements in Humanities.                                                                 Prior to the start of the semester, honors sections are open to admitted TAP/Honors
   1640           9:40-11:05      T Th        STAFF                             EST 107        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 meas-
SPEECH 137 -                                                                                   urement and the collection, organization, presentation, and analysis of data.
INTERPRETERS THEATER (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNIT Rpt 3                                                8256         9:40-11:05      MW         FINK, H A                         BSC 110
   Prerequisite: None.
   Preparation for Readers Theater for speech tournaments.
                                                                                             STATISTICS 101 -
   1642          3 hrs 10 mins TBA            SMITH, D W                            B 24     STATISTICS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
                                                                                               Prerequisite: Mathematics 125 with a grade of C or better.
SPEECH 151 -                                                                                   The course focuses on data collected, organization, and analysis using appropriate
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                technologies (e.g.,statistical software) in the context of real data sets. Topics
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                         include tabulation and graphic presentation of data; measures of central tendency
                                                                                               and variability; the normal curve and its properties; introduction to probability and
   Introductory course stressing elements necessary for effective small group
                                                                                               statistical inference; hypothesis testing; correlation; linear regression; analysis of
   interaction and Hybrid Language leadership skills. Emphasis is on group
                                                                                               variance; and research methods.
   performance and participation. Meets AA degree and CSU transfer certification
   requirements in Oral Communication.                                                         7441           8:00- 9:25        MW           RASKOFF, S A                         BSC 110
   1643           8:00- 9:25      MW          BALLEW, B A                         H 111        &              Online                         RASKOFF, S A                       INTERNET
                                                                                                              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   1644           9:40-11:05      MW          BALLEW, B A                         H 103                       go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   1645           11:20-12:45     MW          CALDER, P P                         H 103                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
   1650           11:20-12:45     T Th        CALDER, P P                         H 115        7442           8:00- 9:25        T Th         RASKOFF, S A                         BSC 110
   Evening Classes                                                                             &              Online                         RASKOFF, S A                       INTERNET
                                                                                                              To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
   3382           6:45- 9:55      T           LERETTE, D E                        H 111                       go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
   3383           6:45- 9:55      W           MARTENEY, S H                       H 110                       www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                               7439           9:00-12:10        F            NG, M                                BSC 110
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                &              Online                         NG, M                              INTERNET
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.                                                                   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.
                                                                                               7437           11:20-12:45       T Th         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 110
                                                                                               &              Online                         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, 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.

                                                                                                                                              Statistics 101 continues next page.
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  Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location       Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                        Location


  Evening Classes                                                                                 THEATER 227 -
  7438          6:45- 9:55        M            CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R BSC 110                    ADVANCED DIRECTION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  &             Online                         CHRISTIAN-BROUGHAM, R R INTERNET                     Prerequisite: Theater 225 with a grade of C or better.
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                        Practical experience in the direction and production of a one act play in the
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         Laboratory Theater or other productions under Faculty supervision.
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
  FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                      5187          6 hrs 30 mins TBA           CODDINGTON, C R                    TA 101
  SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.

                                                                                                  THEATER 232 -
                                                                                                  PLAY PRODUCTION (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3
     Supervised Learning                                                                            Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                    This class is designed for student participation in the current play productions of
         Assistance                                                                                 the Theater Department: for example: lights, sound, props, wardrobe, acting, etc.
                                                                                                    Student must be available for performance schedules. Student must contact the
                                                                                                    department chair by the end of the first week of the semester for continued
                                                                                                    enrollment. For more information, contact the department chair.
SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE 001T -                                                               8232           1:00- 3:00   T Th          READ, J L                          TA 102
SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                             &             2 hrs 10 mins TBA           READ, J L                          TA 102
  8950          22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          YASUDA, P J                         LARC 213         Evening Classes
  8951          22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          YASUDA, P J                         LARC 213         5186          6 hrs 30 mins TBA           CODDINGTON, C R                    TA 101
  8952          22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
  8953          22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          WEIGAND, S M                        LARC 229
  8958          22 hrs 15 mins    TBA          KAWAI, J                            LARC 226       THEATER 240 -
  8962          Online                         WEIGAND, S M                       INTERNET        VOICE AND ARTICULATION FOR THE THEATER (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              Prerequisite: None.
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         Developing voice and speech skills, emphasizing clarity, precision, tone, dynamics
                                                                                                    and imaginative use of language.Individual goals will beset for performance and
  8964          22 hrs 15 mins TBA             KAWAI, J                            LARC 226         standards of improvement to help the student acquire the basics of good theater
  8983          22 hrs 15 mins TBA             HUANG, S S                           AHS 227         speech.
  8985          Online                         GREEN MARROQUIN, B L               INTERNET
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              1662           1:00- 2:25      MW         PYLES, C S                         TA 131
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.
                                                                                                  THEATER 270 -
                                                                                                  BEGINNING ACTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None.
                             Theater                                                                The theory and practice of acting through exercises, improvisations, monologues,
                                                                                                    and selected scene study.
                                                                                                    1656           11:20-12:45     MW         CODDINGTON, C R                    TA 104
                                                                                                    1658           11:20-12:45     T Th       PYLES, C S                         TA 104
THEATER 100 -
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                             THEATER 274 -
                                                                                                  ADVANCED APPLIED ACTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
  Students will be asked to participate in a hands-on approach to learning about
  drama and theater from the point of view of the audience, the actor, the playwright,              Prerequisite: Theater 272 with a grade of C or better.
  the director, the designer, the critic, and the theater historian.                                In-depth study of the actor’s work outside the realm of contemporary, realistic
  1664          9:40-11:05        MW           READ, J L                                 TA 102     drama; scene and monologue work may be drawn from Greek and Roman comedy
                                                                                                    and tragedy; medieval drama; Shakespeare and other renaissance playwrights;
  Evening Classes                                                                                   Restoration and 18th century comedy; high comedy (Oscar Wilde, Noel Coward,
  7418          6:45- 8:55        Th           PYLES, C S                          TA 102           George Bernard Shawa; American musical theater; modern and contemporary non-
  &             Online                         PYLES, C S                       INTERNET            realistic drama.
                To obtain login information and more information on this class, please              1659    LAB 1:00- 3:00    T Th            CODDINGTON, C R                    TA 101
                go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:
                www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                         &       LAB 2 hrs 10 mins TBA             CODDINGTON, C R                    TA 101
                NOTE: This class will meet face to face from 6:45-9:55pm on the follow-
                ing Days: February 7th, February 21st, March 7th, March 21st, April
                11th, May 3rd, and May23rd. All other coursework will be conducted                THEATER 293 -
                online.                                                                           REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
                                                                                                    Prerequisite: None.

THEATER 110 -                                                                                       This class is designed for student participation in the current play productions of
                                                                                                    the Theater Department: for example: lights, sound, props, wardrobe, acting, etc.
HISTORY OF WORLD THEATER (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                                      Student must be available for performance schedules. Student must contact the
  Prerequisite: None.                                                                               department chair by the end of the first week of the semester for continued
  A history of the development of the theater, its playwrights, structures and methods              enrollment. For more information, contact the department chair.
  of staging and acting, from the Greeks to the beginning of the modern theater.
                                                                                                    Evening Classes
  1665          9:40-11:05          T Th       READ, J L                                 TA 102     5007          10 hrs 05 mins TBA          PYLES, C S                         TA 131
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                                                89
   Section #     Time             Day           Instructor                      Location       Section #     Time             Day         Instructor                        Location


THEATER 301 -
STAGE CRAFT (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                       Tool and Manufacturing
   Survey of all phases of technical theater.
   8230    LEC 1:00- 3:05         T             READ, J L                        TA 102
                                                                                                   Technology
   &       LAB 1:00- 3:05         Th            READ, J L                        TA 102

THEATER 310 -                                                                                TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 027 -
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRICAL LIGHTING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS                                    BASIC MACHINE SHOP THEORY AND PRACTICE - 4.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                         Prerequisite: None.

   Training, practice, and operation of theater stage lighting systems. Student must be        Provides an introduction to the fundamentals of machine shop theory and practice.
   available for rehearsals and performances.                                                  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
   1666           11:20-12:45     MW            READ, J L                        TA 102        to numerical control.
                                                                                               Evening Classes
THEATER 325 -                                                                                  5166    LEC 6:45- 8:50         M           AVILA, M A                           E 110
STAGE MANAGEMENT AND ADVANCED STAGE CRAFT                                                      &       LAB 8:50- 9:50         M           AVILA, M A                           E 110
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3                                                                    &       LAB 6:45- 9:50         W           AVILA, M A                           E 110
   Prerequisite: None. Recommended: Theater 301.
   Students will be introduced to specialized topics of advanced stagecraft with
                                                                                             TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 030 -
   special focus on the duties and responsibilities of a production stage manager.
                                                                                             MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE I - 3.00 UNITS
   8231    LEC 1:00- 3:05         T             READ, J L                        TA 102        Prerequisite: None.
   &       LAB 1:00- 3:05         Th            READ, J L                        TA 102
                                                                                               Concentration on 3 axis Horizontal and Vertical Milling Machines setup and
                                                                                               operations. Includes fly-cutting, drilling, gang milling, contour and angular surfacing
THEATER 450 -                                                                                  operations. Emphasis on speeds, feeds, cutter selection and applications. Surface
BEGINNING STAGE MAKE-UP (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS                                                  grinding operations maintaining flatness, parallelism and finish to a high degree of
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                         accuracy. Heat treatment, case-hardening and hardness testing is included.
   Study of straight, corrective, character, and special effects make-up for theater, film     Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class
   and TV.                                                                                     assignments.
   Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class        Evening Classes
   assignments.                                                                                5167    LEC 6:45- 7:45         M           AVILA, M A                           E 110
   8198    LEC 9:00- 9:30         T Th          STAFF                            TA 103        &       LAB 7:45- 9:50         M           AVILA, M A                           E 110
   &       LAB 9:30-10:55         T Th          STAFF                            TA 103        &       LAB 6:45- 9:50         W           AVILA, M A                           E 110

THEATER 451 -                                                                                TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 031 -
ADVANCED STAGE MAKE-UP (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 1                                           MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE II - 3.00 UNITS
   Prerequisite: Theater 450 with a grade of C or better.                                      Prerequisite: None.
   A further study of the art of make-up in theater, TV and film with emphasis on              Continues training to increase knowledge and skills in the operation of machine
   advanced techniques.                                                                        tools and accessory equipment.
   Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class        Includes use of optical comparator, precision measuring instruments and other high
   assignments.                                                                                precision layout and inspection equipment. Requires close tolerance work with
                                                                                               different types of machines, machine tools and material used in industry.
   8199    LEC 9:00- 9:30         T Th          STAFF                            TA 103
   &       LAB 9:30-10:55         T Th          STAFF                            TA 103        Note: Students will be required to provide instructional materials to complete class
                                                                                               assignments.
   FOR COOPERATIVE EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE, AND INTERNSHIPS,                                Evening Classes
   SEE LISTING UNDER COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.
                                                                                               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.
                                                                                               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
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  Section #    Time             Day        Instructor                       Location      Section #     Time             Day        Instructor                        Location


TOOL AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 081 -
PROJECTS LABORATORY - 1.00 UNIT 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.
  Evening Classes
  5169    LAB 6:45- 9:55        M          AVILA, M A                         E 110

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




                                       NONCREDIT COURSES
                                                                                        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Noncredit 002CE -
                      Basic Skills                                                      ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - BEGINNING II (NDA) -
                                                                                        0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                                                                                          This open-entry/open-exit course is a continuation of ESL NC 1CE. The emphasizes
                                                                                          of the course is on listening/speaking and reading/writing skills at a beginning
                                                                                          level.
BASIC SKILLS 080CE -
BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                              8714           12:10-12:50     MTWTh STAFF                                      B 25
  Prerequisite: None.
  The course is designed to provide a review of language arts and test-taking           ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 006CE -
  strategies to prepare students for college and career pathways. Topics include        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 0 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  instruction in test-taking approaches, essay writing, reading comprehension, and        This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes English skills in speaking, listening,
  vocabulary and sentence skills.                                                         basic reading and writing at a literacy level.
  8815          8:00-10:20      M          RAPP, B M                        CC 201        8703           8:00-11:10      MTWTh STEINBERG, R L                             B 34
                                                                                          Evening Classes
BASIC SKILLS 081CE -                                                                      8706           6:00- 9:10      M          DAVOYAN, L V                          B 71
BASIC MATH SKILLS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                                &              6:00- 9:10      TWTh       BUTLER, K A                           B 71
  Prerequisite: None.
  This course is designed to provide a review of mathematics test-taking strategies     ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 007CE -
  to prepare students for college and career pathways. Topics include instruction in    ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 1 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  test-taking approaches and review of arithmetic, algebraic functions, geometry, and
  statistics.                                                                             This open-entry, open-exit course teaches beginning low English skills in speaking,
                                                                                          listening, basic reading and writing to non-English speakers.
  8816         10:30-12:50       M         STAFF                                B9
                                                                                          8701           8:00-11:10      MTWTh SMITH, N S                                 B 71
                                                                                          Evening Classes
                                                                                          8708           6:00- 9:10      MTWTh BAEZ, R S                                  B 50


      English as a Second                                                               ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 008CE -
                                                                                        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 2 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
          Language -                                                                      This is open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes English skills in speaking, listening,
                                                                                          basic reading and writing at a beginning level.

           Noncredit                                                                      8702
                                                                                          Evening Classes
                                                                                                         8:00-11:10      MTWTh QUILICI, A W                               B 73

                                                                                          8705           6:00- 9:10      MTWTh CRUZ, A E                                  B 10

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Noncredit 001CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - BEGINNING I (NDA) -
0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
  This open-entry/open-exit course emphasizes listening/speaking and
  reading/writing skills at a beginning level.
  8713          11:25-12:05     MTWTh STAFF                                    B 25
L o s A n g e l e s Va l l e y C o l l e g e • S p r i n g 2 0 1 3 S c h e d u l e                                                                                                     91
   Section #     Time              Day          Instructor                            Location     Section #     Time               Day         Instructor                      Location


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 009CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 3 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
   This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes English skills in speaking, listening,                                    ESL Civics
   basic reading and writing at a beginning high level.
   8704           8:00-11:10       MTWTh MONTES, J P                                      B 47
   Evening Classes                                                                               ESL CIVICS 010CE -
   8707           6:00- 9:10       MTWTh KAPPY, G L                                       B 70   ESL AND CIVICS 1 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                                                                                                   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
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 015CE -                                                   history.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 4 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                                                                                                   8757           8:00- 9:05        F           QUILICI, A W                       B 70
   This is an open-entry, open-exit course that emphasizes listening/speaking skills
   and reading/writing skills at an intermediate low level. This class focuses on
   understanding increasingly extended conversations, discussions or lectures, and               ESL CIVICS 012CE -
   speaking about familiar topics.                                                               ESL AND CIVICS 3 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
   8758           8:00-11:10       MTWTh SELTZER, S W                                     B 72     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.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 016CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 5 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                          Evening Classes
   This is an open-entry, open-exit course that emphasizes listening/speaking and                  8768          8:35-8:50          MTWTh QUILICI, A W                              B5
   reading/writing skills at an intermediate level. The class focuses on comprehending
   and developing listening and speaking skills on increasingly complex social and
   academic topics.
                                                                                                 ESL CIVICS 013CE -
   8760           8:00-11:10       MTWTh SILVERMAN, S E                                   B 81   ESL AND CIVICS 4 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                                                                                                   This open-entry, open-exit course teaches U.S. history and government with
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 017CE -                                                   appropriate English structure for English as a Second Language students.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 6 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                          Intermediate low listening, speaking, reading and writing skills are emphasized.
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                             8766           9:10-12:20        F           GEVORGIAN, L                       B 70
   This is an open-entry/open-exit course which emphasizes listening/speaking skills               Evening Classes
   and reading/writing skills at a high-intermediate level. This class focuses on                  8762           6:00- 8:35        MTWTh QUILICI, A W                              B5
   understanding and engaging in extended conversations, discussions, and lectures.                               (5 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 3/7/2013)
   8761          11:25-12:45       M            QUILICI, A W                        LARC 212
   &              Online                        QUILICI, A W                       INTERNET
                 To obtain login information and more information on this class, please          ESL CIVICS 014CE -
                 go to the LAVC Virtual Valley website at the following link:                    ESL AND CIVICS 5 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                 www.lavc.edu/virtualvalley.                                                       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.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 023CE -
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - SPEECH I (NDA) -                                                    Evening Classes
0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                                                                   8763           6:00- 8:35        MTWTh QUILICI, A W                              B5
   This open-entry, open exit course emphasizes listening/speaking, grammar, and                                  (5 week class - starts 3/11/2013, ends 4/18/2013)
   pronunciation at an intermediate low level.
   8720           11:25- 2:35      MW           DAVOYAN, L V                              B 71   ESL CIVICS 015CE -
   8722           11:25- 2:35      T Th         WALSH, M M                                B 71   ESL AND CIVICS 6 (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
                                                                                                   This is an open-entry, open-exit course. Intermediate high listening, speaking,
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NONCREDIT 024CE -                                                   reading and writing skills are emphasized, as well as the role of state and local
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - SPEECH II (NDA) -                                                   governments, the U.S. electoral process, and living and working in the U.S.
0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                                                                   Evening Classes
   This open-entry, open-exit course emphasizes listening/speaking, grammar, and
                                                                                                   8764           6:00- 8:35        MTWTh QUILICI, A W                              B5
   pronunciation at an intermediate level. The focus of the course is on
                                                                                                                  (5 week class - starts 4/22/2013, ends 5/23/2013)
   comprehending and developing listening and speaking on topics in social and
   academic environments.
   8709           11:25- 2:35      T Th         BIZOZA, B H                               B 73
   Evening Classes
   8712          6:45- 7:25        MTWTh STAFF                                            B 81
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                                                                                              VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 114CE -
                         Parenting                                                            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
PARENTING 020CE -                                                                               Internet.
PARENT AND BABY (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                                        8809    LEC    8:00- 8:30      F          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  Prerequisite: None,                                                                           &       LAB    8:30- 9:55      F          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  This is an open-entry, open -exit course that will cover issues concerning bed time           8806    LEC    11:20-11:50     T          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  routines, food and nutrition, reading to infants, discipline, day to day challenges,          &       LAB   11:50- 1:15      T          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  holiday stress and young children, and diversity. Both Parent and infant (0-3) must           8807    LEC    11:20-11:50     W          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  attend together.                                                                              &       LAB   11:50- 1:15      W          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  8700           10:30-11:55      T Th        BRAUER, L A                        CDFC 156       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
     Vocational Education                                                                       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
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 082CE -                                                                    the use of PowerPoint and its basic functions.
CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                              8810    LEC    1:30- 2:00      T          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  Prerequisites: None.                                                                          &       LAB    2:00- 3:25      T          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  This course is designed to prepare students for the California State Certified                8811    LEC    1:30- 2:00      W          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  Nursing Assistant Examination.                                                                &       LAB    2:00- 3:25      W          AYDEDJIAN, V                          B 85
  Topics covered include patient rights, communication and interpersonal skills, safe
  environment, body mechanics, Principles of asepsis, weights and measures,                   VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 307CE -
  resident care skills and procedures, vital signs, nutrition, emergency procedures,          CUSTOMER SERVICE G: STRESS MANAGEMENT (NDA) -
  long term care residents, rehabilitative/restorative care, observation and charting,        0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  and death and dying.
                                                                                                This noncredit open entry/open exit course is designed to provide the student with
  *8801 LEC 8:00-12:05     F                  HIGGINS, D L                        AHS 331       an introduction to stress management and its effects in the workplace. Included is
  &     LAB 15 hrs 50 mins TBA                HIGGINS, D L                          HOSP        the recognition of internal and external stresses and stress management tips and
  OR    LAB 15 hrs 50 mins TBA                BOBIS, A L                            HOSP        techniques.
                (15 week class - starts 2/25/2013, ends 6/2/2013)                               8823           11:20-11:50     M          BAEZ, R S                             B 80
                *NOTE: Seats are limited. Please call 818-778-5594 for more informa-            &              11:50-12:05     M          BAEZ, R S                             B 80
                tion.

                                                                                              VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 308CE -
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 098CE -                                                                  CUSTOMER SERVICE H: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (NDA) -
30 WAYS TO SHINE AS A NEW EMPLOYEE (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                   0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
  Prerequisites: None.                                                                          Prerequisites: None.
  This course is designed to provide new and incumbent workers “30 Ways to Shine                This noncredit open entry/open exit course is designed to provide the student with
  as a New Employee” and increase their level of effectiveness with workplace                   an understanding of what conflict is and one’s conflict style. The student will learn
  customer service and colleague relations. The topics will include achieving                   skills for resolving interpersonal conflict and strategies to bring out the best of
  workplace goals, understanding workplace culture, being a team player, utilizing              others and self.
  positive attitude, and formulating balance between home and work.
                                                                                                8824           12:15-12:45     M          BAEZ, R S                             B 80
  *8802          3 hrs 50 mins TBA            HIGGINS, D L                        AHS 331       &              12:45- 1:00     M          BAEZ, R S                             B 80
                (3 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 2/22/2013)
                *NOTE: Seats are limited. Please call 818-778-5594 for more i
                information.
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                          WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                    Noncredit Courses

                       Basic Skills                                                         Vocational Education
BASIC SKILLS 080CE -                                                                     VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 096CE -
BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9                                             BLUEPRINT FOR WORKPLACE SUCCESS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 3
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                     Prerequisites: None.
   The course is designed to provide a review of language arts and test-taking             This class is designed to provide students with the necessary tools and skills
   strategies to prepare students for college and career pathways. Topics include          to develop an understanding of themselves in the context of the workplace
   instruction in test-taking approaches, essay writing, reading comprehension, and        and assist them in the creation of a workplace portfolio (or ‘blueprint’). Topics
   vocabulary and sentence skills.                                                         covered include self-discovery, time management, job market realities, work-
   8852          1:00- 5:15        MW          HOWINGTON, C L             MON DEN          place skills, effective communication, contacting employers, interview prepara-
                 (5 week class - starts 3/4/2013, ends 4/12/2013)                          tion, getting hired, and maintaining employment.
                                                                                           8851            9:45- 1:05    F         BERNHARD, G S                   BSC 100
                                                                                                         (10 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/3/2013)
BASIC SKILLS 081CE -
BASIC MATH SKILLS (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
   Prerequisite: None.                                                                   VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 098CE - 30 WAYS TO SHINE AS A NEW
                                                                                         EMPLOYEE (NDA) - 0.00 UNITS Rpt 9
   This course is designed to provide a review of mathematics test-taking strategies
   to prepare students for college and career pathways. Topics include instruction in      Prerequisites: None.
   test-taking approaches and review of arithmetic, algebraic functions, geometry, and     This course is designed to provide new and incumbent workers “30 Ways to Shine
   statistics.                                                                             as a New Employee” and increase their level of effectiveness with workplace
   8853          1:00- 5:15        T Th        BERNHARD, G S              MON DEN          customer service and colleague relations. The topics will include achieving
                 (5 week class - starts 3/4/2013, ends 4/12/2013)                          workplace goals, understanding workplace culture, being a team player, utilizing
                                                                                           positive attitude, and formulating balance between home and work.
                                                                                           8850          8:30- 9:35        F           BERNHARD, G S              BSC 100
                                                                                                         (10 week class - starts 2/4/2013, ends 5/3/201

				
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