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									Credit Classes: Contents     Noncredit Schedule
  Credit: Course Offerings    Noncredit: Contents
                                                                                          Credit: Contents      Noncredit: Contents


     credit class wait lists
     available May 17!

     l :e wait list feature allows you to add your name to
     a list of students waiting to enroll in a full or closed class.
     The following guidelines apply:

     • You will be notified via your Mt. SAC e-mail account* when an opening is
       available and given 72 hours to enroll in the course. After that time limit
       expires, you will be removed from the wait list.
     • Wait lists will open May 17 or when a course becomes full after this date.                        2012 summer semester
     • You will be allowed to be on wait lists that have time conflicts with classes                         class registration
       in which you are already enrolled.                                                                     begins May 17
     • You will be allowed to be on wait lists for classes that have time conflicts.
     • Additional information can be accessed at your student portal.

     *Since e-mail is Mt. SAC's primary form of communication to students, you must consistently check
      your assigned e-mail account for wait list updates.




                              ,Y'&a
                               REFUND
                               CARD
            Don't leave campus without it!
All new students will receive a Mt. SAC CARD
in the mail. When you get yours, activate the
the card immediately, because that's how you
will receive any financial aid or school refunds
that might be coming your way.
ATM-Iike machines are located around campus
to make it easy for you to access your funds. You
also have the option to request your refunds to be
deposited into your personal bank account or to
have a check sent to you . But the Mt. SAC CARD
is-by far-the fastest, and most convenient
way. Don't leave campus-or home-without it!
For more info , check your student portal or the
MI. SAC homepage: www.mtsac.edu
                                                                       Credit: Contents


HOW TO REGISTER . . .
          for Credit classes, visit www.mtsac.edu
          Continuing Education, pages 37-38
 get FINANCIAL AID, visit www.mtsac.edu
find SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
          Credit, page 4
          Continuing Education/Noncredit, page 39

                       KEY DATES TO REMEMBER
April 2            International student admission application for 2012 Summer Intersession due

May 11             Last day to petition for 2012 Summer graduation
May 17             Registration begins for 2012 Summer credit and Continuing Education classes

June 4             International student application for 2012 Fall Semester due
June 15            2012 Commencement
June 17            2012 Spring Semester ends
June 24            Residency determination date
June 25            2012 Summer Intersession begins
                                         Noncredit: Contents
June 28            Last day to change residency for 2012 Summer

July 4             Independence Day Holiday (campus closed)
July 19            Registration begins for 2012 Fall credit and 2012 Continuing Education classes

August 5           2012 Summer Intersession ends
August 27          2012 Fall Semester begins

*The last day for withdrawal or for a refund is specific to the course and is listed on the Student
Schedule/Receipt.
In short-term courses, students who withdraw or are dropped from class during the first 20% of
the course will receive no notation on their permanent record. Students may drop short-term
courses through 61% of the course.

ALTERNATE FORMATS
This Schedule of Classes is available online at www.mtsac.edu and in alternate formats (Braile,
enlarged text, e-text, etc.) upon request. Please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services
at (909) 274-4290.


DROP-FOR-NONPAYMENT POLICY
Students are reminded that payment for all fees is due upon registration. Students who fail to pay for
their classes by the established deadlines will be dropped. The deadlines for paying fees are Thursday,
June 14 (for classes registered into through June 14 at 8 p.m.) and Thursday, June 21 (for classes regis-
tered into from June 15 through June 21 at 8 p.m.). These deadlines will be posted on the student portal at
my.mtsac.edu and on the student Schedule/Receipt. Fee payment can be made either online any time
(except from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.) or in person at the Bursar’s Office (Building 9A) during regular business hours.
Credit: Contents   Noncredit: Contents
                                                                                                          Credit: Contents                   Noncredit: Contents

                                                          Course Offerings
                                                        June 25 - August 5, 2012




                                                                                                                                                                      COURSE OFFERINGS
Agriculture: Animal Health Technology ...................6                        Fashion Merchandising and Design ...................... 18
Agriculture: General Subjects..................................6                  Geography............................................................... 18
Agriculture: Ornamental Horticulture .....................6                       History ..................................................................... 18
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.........................6                      Histotechnology...................................................... 18
Aircraft Maintenance Technology ............................7                     Honors Program...................................................... 19
American Language..................................................7              Honors Program Application .................................20
Anatomy and Physiology .........................................8                 Hospitality and Restaurant Management ............ 19
Anthropology ............................................................8        Interior Design ........................................................21
Art: Basic Studio Arts ...............................................8           Italian .......................................................................22
Art: Graphic Design and Illustration .......................8                     Journalism...............................................................22
Art: Special Studio Arts............................................8             Kinesiology: Athletics.............................................22
Art: Three-Dimensional Studio Arts ........................8                      Kinesiology: Fitness................................................22
Art: Two-Dimensional Studio Arts ...........................8                     Kinesiology: Theory ................................................23
Art History.................................................................9     Leadership...............................................................23
Astronomy.................................................................9       Learning Assistance Services ................................23
Biology.......................................................................9   Learning Communities...........................................23
Business: Accounting ...............................................9             Mathematics ...........................................................24
Business: Economics.............................................. 10              Mental Health/Psychiatric Technician ...................26
Business: Law ......................................................... 10        Microbiology ...........................................................26
Business: Management.......................................... 10                 Music .......................................................................26
Business: Paralegal ................................................. 11          Nutrition and Food .................................................26
Business: Real Estate ............................................. 11            Philosophy...............................................................27
Business: Sales, Merchandising, and Marketing ... 11                              Physical Science .....................................................28
Chemistry ................................................................12      Physics.....................................................................28
Child Development.................................................12              Political Science......................................................28
Chinese ....................................................................13    Psychology ..............................................................29
Computer Graphics ................................................13              Radio-Television......................................................29
Computer Information Systems: Beginning.........13                                Radiologic Technology............................................29
Computer Information Systems: Programming ..14                                    Reading....................................................................30
Computer and Networking Technology ................14                             Respiratory Therapy................................................30
Counseling ..............................................................14       Service Learning .....................................................30
Dance: Activity ........................................................15        Sign Language, Interpreting ..................................30
Electronics...............................................................16      Sociology.................................................................30
Emergency Medical Service...................................16                    Spanish....................................................................31
Engineering .............................................................16       Speech .....................................................................31
Engineering Design Technology.............................16                      Welding ...................................................................31
English: Composition .............................................16


    FOR YOUR INFORMATION . . .
    As a printing cost-saving measure, information about registration, support services, financial
    aid, and other topics has been removed from the usual front section of this printed schedule
    of classes. You can access all of that information via the online format of that portion of this
    schedule at www.mtsac.edu. The printed fall and spring semester class schedules will
    continue to include all of the standard front-end information.




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                                                                                        2012 Summer Schedule of Classes
CREDIT: AGRICULTURE / AIR CONDITIONING $ REFRIGERATION


                                                                 AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY                                                AGRICULTURE: GENERAL SUBJECTS
                                                         n AGHE 54 — Veterinary Office Procedures                        3.0 Units     n AGAG 59 — Work Experience in Agriculture                        1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable                                                              Degree Applicable
                                                         10347 MTTh           9:00am - 12:00pm     Hoffman, R             80-1431      (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                                                       (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                         n AGHE 83A — Work Experience in Animal Health                    1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable     Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated
                                                                                                                                       in the College Catalog
                                                         (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                                                       10352               arrange 12.5 hours Phillips, J               80-2301B
                                                         (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10352 above requires student to meet with the professor in
                                                         Prerequisite: Formal admittance in the Registered Veterinary Technology               Bldg. 80, Room 2301B the first week of classes to pick up the work
                                                         Program. Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in                 experience paperwork.
                                                         the College Catalog.
                                                         10348              arrange 12.5 hours Hoffman, R                  80-2301E
                                                         NOTE: CRN 10348 above requires student to meet with the professor in
                                                                                                                                                AGRICULTURE: ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
                                                                 Bldg. 80, Room 2301E the first week of classes to pick up the work
                                                                 experience paperwork.                                                 n AGOR 91 — Work Experience in Nursery Operations                 1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable
                                                         10355              arrange 12.5 hours Waters, D                  80-2301K
                                                         NOTE: CRN 10355 above requires student to meet with the professor in          (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                 Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work    (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                 experience paperwork.                                                 Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated
                                                                                                                                       in the College Catalog
                                                         n AGHE 85 — Seminar in Registered Veterinary Technology            1.0 Unit   10353               arrange 12.5 hours Lannom, D                        F2A
                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable    NOTE: CRN 10353 above requires student to meet with the professor in
                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of the Registered Veterinary Technology program              Bldg. F2A the first week of classes to pick up the work experience
                                                         Group study course designed to prepare students for national and state                paperwork.
                                                         veterinary technician registration examinations.
                                                         10351 T              2:00pm - 5:00pm Hoffman, R                   80-1460                 AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION
                                                                                                                                       n AIRC 31 — Commercial Electrical for Air                          4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                   Conditioning and Refrigeration
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                                       Advisory: AIRC 25 taken prior
                                                                                                                                       Electrical control of commercial air conditioning and refrigeration equip-
                                                                                                                                       ment as well as troubleshooting three-phase systems.
                                                                                                                                       10192 MTWTh            1:00pm - 5:10pm Richardson, L                  69-22
                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10192 above is designated for students seeking the Build-
                                                                                                                                               ing Automation certificate. For more information and application
                                                                                                                                               process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909-
                                                                                                                                               274-4845.

                                                                                                                                       n AIRC 34 — Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration                    4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                                       Advisory: AIRC 31, AIRC 32A, AIR 32B taken prior
                                                                                                                                       Advanced principles of mechanical air conditioning/refrigeration based on
                                                                                                                                       operating characteristics and pressure-enthalpy charts.
                                                                                                                                       10191 MTWTh          8:00am - 12:10pm Soares, D                     69-24
                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10191 above is designated for students seeking the Build-
                                                                                                                                              ing Automation certificate. For more information and application
                                                                                                                                              process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909-
                                                                                                                                              274-4845.

                                                                                                                                       n AIRC 67 — Energy Management                                      4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                                       Advisories: AIRC 32, AIRC 34, AIRC 61, AIRC 63, AIRC 65
                                                                                                                                       Principles and practical applications for energy cost reduction with intro-
                                                                                                                                       duction to Energy Star and LEED.
                                                                                                                                       10193 MTWTh          9:00am - 11:40am Richardson, L                    69-11
                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10193 above is designated for students seeking the Build-
                                                                                                                                              ing Automation certificate. For more information and application
                                                                                                                                              process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909-
                                                                                                                                              274-4845.




                      6                                  Mt. San Antonio College                                                                            Schedule of Credit Classes — Summer 2012
                                                                                                       Credit: Contents                 Noncredit: Contents


             AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY                                                            AMERICAN LANGUAGE
n AIRM 72 — Aviation Materials and Processes                      1.5 Units




                                                                                                                                                                 CREDIT: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY / AMERICAN LANGUAGE
                                                          Degree Applicable
Advisory: AIRM 70B, AIRM 73
An FAA approved course covering aviation materials, non-destructive test-
ing, basic heat-treating.
10195 MTWTh            5:30pm - 7:04pm Yost, D                      28B-209
  and MTWTh            7:05pm - 10:30pm Yost, D                     28A-102
         3 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 07/12/2012
NOTE: AIRM 72 is a Special Approval course. Students are required to
       attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and
       FAA regulations before registering for this course. Priority for
       Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been
       processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans’ Affairs before
       attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at
       909-274-4773 for further information.

n AIRM 73 — Aviation Welding                                        1.5 Units
                                                         Degree Applicable
Advisory: AIRM 70B, AIRM 72 (May be taken concurrently)
Theory and techniques of gas and inert gas welding used in aircraft
construction and repair. Required for FAA certification.
10197 MTWTh          5:30pm - 7:04pm Sanford, S                     28B-207
  and MTWTh          7:05pm - 10:30pm Sanford, S                        69-10
        3 Weeks, Week beginning 07/16/2012 ending 08/01/2012
NOTE: AIRM 73 is a Special Approval course. Students are required to
       attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and
       FAA regulations before registering for this course. Priority for
       Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been
       processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans’ Affairs before         American Language Department courses are specifically designed to meet
       attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at       the needs of the students whose native (first) language is not English. The
       909-274-4773 for further information.                                    entering non-native speaker of English is placed into the appropriate writ-
                                                                                ing level based on the AWE.

                                                                                n AMLA 33R — American Language Advanced Reading                  4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                       Degree Applicable
                                                                                (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 32R or satisfactory score on
                                                                                appropriate Reading Placement Test
                                                                                Advanced reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers.
                                                                                10025 MTWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm STAFF                        66-209
                                                                                n AMLA 41W — American Language Basic Writing                       4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                      Not Degree Applicable
                                                                                (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or success-
                                                                                ful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4
                                                                                Advisory: AMLA 31R taken prior or concurrently
                                                                                Basic grammar and writing for non-native speakers.
  

                                                                                10026 MTWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Stokes, N                  26A-2610
 

                                                                                n AMLA 42W — American Language Intermediate Writing                4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                     Not Degree Applicable
                                                                                (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or success-
                                                                                ful completion of AMLA 41W or noncredit ESL level 5 or 6 or VESL
                                                                                Advisory: AMLA 32R taken prior or concurrently
                                                                                Intermediate grammar and writing for non-native speakers.
                                                                                10027 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Stokes, N                   26A-2610
                                                                                10028 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Giles, N                       66-222
                                                                                n AMLA 43W — American Language Advanced Writing                    4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                     Not Degree Applicable
                                                                                (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or success-
                                                                                ful completion of AMLA 42W
                                                                                Advisory: AMLA 33R taken prior or concurrently
                                                                                Advanced grammar and writing for non-native speakers.
   

                                                                                10029 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Habayeb, O                    66-222
  

                                                                                10030 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Heinicke, D                    66-246
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                                                                        ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
                                                    n ANAT 10A — Introductory Human Anatomy                          4.0 Units
CREDIT: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY / ANTHROPOLOGY / ART



                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Introduction to gross and microscopic structure of the human body.
                                                    10131 MTWTh          8:00am - 10:05am Meyer, E                   61-2406
                                                       and MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Meyer, E                   60-2503
                                                    n ANAT 35 — Human Anatomy                                         5.0 Units
                                                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H
                                                    Structure of organ systems at the gross, subgross,and microscopic levels
                                                    based on human material and dissection of the cat.
                                                    10238 MTWTh           7:30am - 11:45am Saleh, M                 60-2511
                                                      and MTWTh 12:30pm - 2:35pm Asai, F                              7-1120
                                                    10244 MTWTh 12:30pm - 2:35pm Asai, F                              7-1120
                                                      and MTWTh           3:00pm - 7:15pm STAFF                     60-2511
                                                    n ANAT 36 — Human Physiology                                       5.0 Units
                                                                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Prerequisite: ANAT 35, and CHEM 10 or CHEM 40
                                                    Human physiology at the cellular and molecular level of all organ systems,
                                                    including regulation and integration.
                                                    10134 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:05am Oropeza, R                    7-1120
                                                       and MTWTh        10:25am - 2:40pm Shea, N                       60-2515

                                                                               ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                    n ANTH 1 — Biological Anthropology                                3.0 Units
                                                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                    Evolutionary biology of primates, including and focusing on humans.
                                                    10294 MTW               4:10pm - 6:50pm Borella, F               61-2312
                                                    n ANTH 22 — General Cultural Anthropology                           3.0 Units
                                                                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Introduction to nature of culture. May satisfy the cultural diversity                   ART: THREE-DIMENSIONAL             STUDIO ARTS
                                                    requirement at transfer universities.
                                                    10295 MTW            7:00pm - 9:40pm Borella, F                       61-2312 n ARTS 40A — Sculpture: Beginning                               3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                            ART: BASIC STUDIO ARTS                               Overview of approaches to sculptural design. Explores creative expression
                                                                                                                                 through technique and materials.
                                                    n ARTB 1 — Understanding the Visual Arts                           3.0 Units 10004 MTWTh          9:30am - 1:45pm Deines, C                       1A-7
                                                                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                        n ARTS 40B — Sculpture: Beginning                                3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    Visual art forms in various historical periods and cultures. Students may
                                                    not earn credit for both ARTB 1 and AHIS 1.                                  Prerequisite: ARTS 40A
                                                    10001 MTW               3:10pm - 5:50pm Alexander, C                   1A-3 Advanced projects in subtractive, additive and manipulative approaches.
                                                                                                                                 10005 MTWTh          9:30am - 1:45pm Deines, C                       1A-7
                                                               ART: GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION                                n ARTS 40C — Sculpture: Carving                                 3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    n ARTC 100 — Graphic Design I                                  3.0 Units
                                                                                                          Degree Applicable Prerequisite: ARTS 40A
                                                    Advisory: ARTD 15A, ARTD 20, or PHOT 4                                    Advanced projects in stone or wood carving using hand, power and pneu-
                                                                                                                              matic tools. Emphasis is on individual interpretation.
                                                    Contemporary graphic design for the commercial arts industry. Software: 

                                                    Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator.

                                                                                       
                                      10006 MTWTh         9:30am - 1:45pm Deines, C                      1A-7
                                                    10008 MTWTh          8:30am - 12:45pm     Rivas, H                   1B/C-1

                                                                                                                                              ART: TWO-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ARTS
                                                                                                                               


                                                                        ART: SPECIAL STUDIO ARTS
                                                                                                                                   n ARTD 15A — Drawing: Beginning                                 3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    n ARTZ 50 — Specialized Studio-Art Studies                              2.0 Units
                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU An entry level course emphasizing creative expression through the use of
                                                                                                                                      drawing media.
                                                    (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                                                      10003 MTWTh      9:00am - 1:15pm Alexander, C                    1A-4
                                                    Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of all courses within a given art emphasis
                                                                                                                                      10002 MTWTh      1:20pm - 5:35pm STAFF                         1B/C-4
                                                    Allows the student to pursue more advanced and complex studio projects
                                                    and experiments.
                                                    10007 MTWTh            9:30am - 12:25pm Deines, C                           1A-7




                    8                               Mt. San Antonio College                                                                           Schedule of Credit Classes — Summer 2012
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                             ART HISTORY                                       n BIOL 4 — Biology for Majors                                      4.0 Units
                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
n AHIS 1 — Understanding the Visual Arts                          3.0 Units    Prerequisite: (CHEM 10 or CHEM 40) AND MATH 71




                                                                                                                                                               CREDIT: ART HISTORY / ASTRONOMY / BIOLOGY / BUSINESS
                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      Advisory: Eligibility for Engl 1A
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                          General biology for science majors. Principles of biology required for
Fundamentals of visual art forms and the role art plays in various histori-    advanced study. Field trips with extensive hiking required.
cal periods and cultures. Students may not earn credit for both ARTB 1         10164 MTWTh            9:00am - 11:05am Shannon, C                 60-2628
and AHIS 1.                                                                      and MTWTh           11:10am - 1:55pm Shannon, C                  60-2628
10522 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm STAFF                      26D-2220
10231	 M	 06/25	 7:00pm	 -	 8:30pm	 Esslinger,	S	                    28A-103   n BIOL 50 — Biology Basic Skills                                    .5 Unit
                    arrange        9 hours Esslinger, S              ONLINE                                                          Not Degree Applicable
NOTE: CRN 10231 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class.                    (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If        Basic skills needed for students to succeed in biology. Recommended to
        student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor      be taken concurrently with any biological science class.
        before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.          10165 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:15am Nguyen, K                 7-1104
Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required.                            1 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 06/28/2012
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                           BUSINESS: ACCOUNTING
        Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If      n BUSA 7 — Principles of Accounting - Financial                    5.0 Units
        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
        starts, contact the professor.                                         Prerequisite: BUSA 11 or eligibility for MATH 51
Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@       Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
        mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at           Analyzing and recording financial transactions and the preparation, analy-
        MyMtSAC Portal.                                                        sis and interpretation of financial statements.
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          10166 MTTh              5:20pm - 10:10pm Hoekstra, T                   18-11
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                              n BUSA 11 — Fundamentals of Accounting                            3.0 Units
10232	 M	 06/25	 7:00pm	 -	 8:30pm	 Esslinger,	S	                    28A-103                                                             Degree Applicable
                    arrange        9 hours Esslinger, S              ONLINE    Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50
NOTE: CRN 10232 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class.                    Accounting vocabulary and theory, equations to solve word problems, and
Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If        other calculations used in accounting problems.
        student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor      10167              arrange        9 hours Mc Geough, D             ONLINE
        before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.          NOTE: CRN 10167 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required.                   Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the            Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
        Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:              Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If             Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                 you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
        starts, contact the professor.                                                starts, contact the professor.
Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@       Professor contact info: Email Professor McGeough at either:
        mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at                  DMcGeough@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or
        MyMtSAC Portal.                                                               Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                  commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                     mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

                                BIOLOGY                                        n BUSA 68 — Business Mathematics                                    3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                     Not Degree Applicable
n BIOL 1 — General Biology                                        4.0 Units    Reviews addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, percent-
                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      ages, fractions, equations, and problem solving.
Prerequisite: ENGL 67                                                          10168               arrange      9 hours Mc Geough, D                ONLINE
Advisory: READ 90                                                              NOTE: CRN 10168 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
Major principles and concepts of biology for the non-science major.            Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
10140 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm STAFF                          7-1205     How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
  and TWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm STAFF                          7-1111             Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
10163 TWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm STAFF                          7-1209             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
  and TWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm STAFF                          7-1111             Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                       starts, contact the professor.
                                                                               Professor contact info: Email Professor McGeough at either:
                                                                                       DMcGeough@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or
                                                                                       Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                               Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/




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                                          BUSINESS: ECONOMICS                                                             BUSINESS: MANAGEMENT
                   n BUSC 1A — Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics                3.0 Units   n BUSM 20 — Principles of Business                                     3.0 Units
CREDIT: BUSINESS



                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                   Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A, and successful completion of MATH        Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                   71 or MATH 71B or MATH 71X                                                      Overview of business and its role in society; introduces students to the
                   10152 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Dua, A                          18-17    various career opportunities in business.
                   10153               arrange        9 hours Dua, A                    ONLINE     10160                arrange         9 hours Mc Farland, T                  ONLINE
                   NOTE: CRN 10153 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                            NOTE: CRN 10160 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                   Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Tuesday,           Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                          June 26 from 4:30-5:30 pm in 18-17. If a student cannot attend           How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning Tools tab in
                          orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orien-                the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the Moodlerooms link
                          tation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.                                and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may
                   Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.                                             not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL
                   How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                         course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the professor.
                          Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the       Professor contact info: Email Professor McFarland at either: TMcFarland@mtsac.
                          Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:                 edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                          Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If        Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                          you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                    commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                          starts, contact the professor.                                                   mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                   Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: ADua@mtsac.edu,
                          through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC                n BUSM 51 — Principles of International Business                       3.0 Units
                          Portal.                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU
                   Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course           Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5
                          commitment and student expectations described at http://www.             Overview of rapidly changing international business environment. Intro-
                          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                duces global viewpoints across business functions.
                                                                                                   10158                arrange        9 hours Jagodka, R                 ONLINE
                   n BUSC 1B — Principles of Economics - Microeconomics              3.0 Units     NOTE: CRN 10158 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                   Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Tuesday,
                   Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH                                                      June 26, from 5:00-5:50 pm in 6-122. If a student cannot attend
                   10154              arrange      9 hours Dua, A                     ONLINE              orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orien-
                   NOTE: CRN 10154 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                                   tation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.
                   Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Monday,            Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                          June 25 from 5:30-6:30 pm in 18-17. If a student cannot attend           How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                          orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orien-               Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                          tation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.                               Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                   Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.                                            Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                   How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                          Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the              starts, contact the professor.
                          Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:         Professor contact info: Email Professor Jagodka at either: RJagodka@mtsac.edu,
                          Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If               through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                          you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term            Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                          starts, contact the professor.                                                  commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                   Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: ADua@mtsac.edu,                 mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                          through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC
                          Portal.                                                                  n BUSM 61 — Business Organization and Management                           3.0 Units
                   Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU
                          commitment and student expectations described at http://www.             Advisory: BUSM 20
                          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                Functions of management, decision making, and methods used by the
                                                                                                   manager to achieve organizational goals.
                                               BUSINESS: LAW                                       10161                arrange         9 hours Mc Farland, T                  ONLINE
                                                                                                   NOTE: CRN 10161 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                   n BUSL 18 — Business Law                                           3.0 Units    Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning Tools tab in
                   Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                                   the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the Moodlerooms link
                   Principles of business law emphasizing nature of the law and court pro-                 and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may
                   cedure, contract law, and sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial                   not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL
                   Code.                                                                                   course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the professor.
                   10148 MW                5:45pm - 10:00pm Tanner, W                   18-15      Professor contact info: Email Professor McFarland at either: TMcFarland@mtsac.
                                                                                                           edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                   n BUSL 19 — Advanced Business Law                                  3.0 Units    Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC              commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                   Advisory: BUSL 18                                                                       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                   Principles of business law emphasizing commercial paper, agency, busi-
                   ness entities, bankruptcy, trade, and real property.
                   10149 TTh            5:45pm - 10:00pm Sweetman, S                  18-17




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                                                                                                         BUSINESS: REAL ESTATE
                                                                                 n BUSR 50 — Real Estate Principles                                      3.0 Units




                                                                                                                                                                      CREDIT: BUSINESS
                                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                 Introductory course which satisfies a minimum education requirement to take
                                                                                 the Department of Real Estate (DRE) salesperson license exam; required by the
                                                                                 Office of Real Estate Appraisers (OREA) for all appraisal licenses.
                                                                                 10151                arrange        9 hours Estes, E                     ONLINE
                                                                                 NOTE: CRN 10151 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                 Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Monday,
                                                                                         June 25, 5:25 - 6:25 pm, in 20-1. If a student cannot attend orien-
                                                                                         tation meeting, student must contact professor before orientation
                                                                                         meeting to avoid being dropped from class.
                                                                                 Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                                                                                 How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                         Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                         Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                         Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                         you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                         starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                 Professor contact info: Email Professor Estes at either: EEstes@mtsac.edu,
                                                                                         through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                 Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                         commitment and student expectations described at
                                                                                         http://www.mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

                                                                                    BUSINESS: SALES, MERCHANDISING, AND MARKETING
                                                                                 n BUSS 36 — Principles of Marketing                                  3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                 Successful marketing in the delivery of customer satisfaction at a profit. Product
n BUSM 66 — Small Business Management                             3.0 Units
                                                                                 strategies, pricing strategies, promotion strategies and distribution strategies.
                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                 10155                 arrange       9 hours Farris, B                       ONLINE
Covers how to organize, start, and operate a small business enterprise.
                                                                                 NOTE: CRN 10155 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
Emphasis on entrepreneurial applications.
                                                                                 Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Monday,
10159              arrange      9 hours Jagodka, R                 ONLINE
                                                                                         June 25 from 5:30-6:30 pm in 6-122. If a student cannot attend
NOTE: CRN 10159 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                         orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orien-
Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) meeting Tuesday,                    tation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.
       June 26, from 6:00-6:50 pm in 6-122. If a student cannot attend
                                                                                 Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
       orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orien-
       tation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.                         How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                         Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                                                                                         Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                          Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:                  starts, contact the professor.
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                 Professor contact info: Email Professor Farris at either: BFarris@mtsac.edu,
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                         through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
       starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                 Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
Professor contact info: Email Professor Jagodka at either: RJagodka@
                                                                                         commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
                                                                                         mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
       MyMtSAC Portal.
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course            n BUSS 50 — Retail Store Management and Merchandising            3.0 Units
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                 Principles and practices in managing and merchandising retail stores.
                                                                                 Students may not receive credit for FASH 62 and BUSS 50
                       BUSINESS: PARALEGAL                                       10156 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Barron, S                        18-1

n PLGL 39 — Contract Law                                             3.0 Units   n BUSS 79 — Work Experience in Marketing Management                1.0 Unit
                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU                                                               Degree Applicable
Analysis of the formation of contracts, the statute of frauds, third-party       (May be taken four times for credit)
rights, breach of contract, remedies and discharge.                              (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
10150 TTh             5:45pm - 10:00pm Lahr-Dolgovin, R                 18-15    Prerequisite: BUSS 33 or BUSS 35 or BUSS 36 or BUSS 50 and compliance
                                                                                 with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog
                                                                                 On-the-job experience at an approved work site. 75 paid or 60 non-paid
                                                                                 hours required for each unit of credit.
                                                                                 10157              arrange 12.5 hours McIntyre Fitzgeral, C         OCAM
                                                                                 NOTE: CRN 10157 above Is a 1 unit work experience course in marketing
                                                                                        that requires students to contact Professor Claudine McIntyre-
                                                                                        Fitzgerald by Thursday, July 7 at CMcIntyre@mtsac.edu.
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                                                                      CHEMISTRY                                       n CHLD 5 — Principles and Practices in                               3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                 Child Development Programs
                                        n CHEM 10 — Chemistry for Allied Health Majors                   4.0 Units                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU
CREDIT: CHEMISTRY / CHILD DEVELOPMENT



                                                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU, UC       Examine programs, appropriate practices, regulations, inclusive environ-
                                        Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71                                         ments for diverse learners. TB test/10 hrs. observations.
                                        Inorganic chemistry for health majors. Completion does not give eligibility   10179 MTW            4:10pm - 6:50pm Landeros, D                      20-7
                                        for CHEM 50.
                                                                                                                      n CHLD 10 — Child Growth and Development                              3.0 Units
                                        10391 MTTh              9:00am - 12:00pm STAFF                     7-2102                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                           and MTTh           12:30pm - 4:29pm STAFF                     60-3601
                                                                                                                      Human lifespan and developmental influences. Observations and inter-
                                        n CHEM 40 — Introduction to General Chemistry                    4.0 Units    views required. TB test required.
                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      10175 MTW              7:30am - 10:10am Robles, D                         20-7
                                        Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71                                         10172 MTW             10:30am - 1:10pm Campbell, F                        20-7
                                        Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                             10173 TWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Hughey, D                          20-5
                                                                                                                      10174 TWTh             7:00pm - 9:40pm Medrano, M                         20-5
                                        Introductory general chemistry for science and engineering majors.
                                                                                                                      10170               arrange       9 hours Curran, K                    ONLINE
                                        Completion prepares students to take CHEM 50.
                                                                                                                      CRN 10170 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                        10392 MTTh              8:00am - 11:59am Newman, C               60-3609
                                                                                                                      Other Course Requirements: Students do required observations on their own time.
                                           and MTTh           12:30pm - 3:30pm Newman, C                   7-1201
                                                                                                                      How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                                                              Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                               CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                              Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                                                              Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                        n CHLD 1 — Child, Family, School and Community                   3.0 Units            you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU, UC               starts, contact the professor.
                                        Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                         Professor contact info: Email Professor Curran at either: KCurran@mtsac.edu,
                                        Impact of systems approach on family/children. Focus on interaction and               through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                        collaboration to advocate for and empower families.                           Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                        10178 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Horwitz, E                    20-5             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                        10177 MTW               1:20pm - 4:00pm Landeros, D                  20-7             mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/




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                                                                                                                 CHINESE
                                                                                n CHIN 1 — Elementary Chinese		                                    4.0 Units




                                                                                                                                                                 CREDIT: CHILD DEVELOPMENT / CHINESE / COMPUTER GRAPHICS / COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                Beginning course for students without previous exposure to Mandarin Chinese.
                                                                                10097 MTW            11:20am - 3:00pm Chang, C                       66-269
                                                                                10098 MTW             3:10pm - 6:50pm Chang, C                       66-269

                                                                                                        COMPUTER GRAPHICS
                                                                                n GRAP 8 — Fundamentals of Digital Media		                      3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                Electronic hardware, software, concepts, and techniques used to create
                                                                                and produce digital media content.
                                                                                10009 TWTh           9:00am - 1:40pm Mezquita, J                   21-21

                                                                                       COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: BEGINNING
                                                                                n CISB 11 — Computer Information Systems                             3.5 Units
                                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                   Overview of computer systems including hardware, software, networking,
                                                                                   programming, databases, Internet, ethics, and security.
                                                                                   10201	             arrange      9 hours Andrews, B                 ONLINE
                                                                                                      arrange 4.5 hours Andrews, B                    ONLINE
                                                                                   NOTE: CRN 10201 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                   Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) Tuesday,June 26,
                                                                                          5:30 - 6:55 pm in 17-3.
                                                                                   Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
                                                                                   How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
10171               arrange       9 hours Curran, K                     ONLINE
  
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
CRN 10171 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
   
                                       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                          Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
Other Course Requirements: Students do required observations on their own time.

                                                                               

                                                                                          you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                           starts, contact the professor.
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                   Professor contact info: Email Professor Andrews at either: BAndrews@
        Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                          mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                          MyMtSAC Portal.
        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
        starts, contact the professor.                                             Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                          commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
Professor contact info: Email Professor Curran at either: KCurran@mtsac.edu,
                                                                                          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
        through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                   10202	             arrange      9 hours Zamora, V                  ONLINE
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                                      arrange 4.5 hours Zamora, V                     ONLINE
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                   NOTE: CRN 10202 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                   Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, June 26,
n CHLD 68 — Children With Special Needs		                              3.0 Units          7:00 - 9:00 pm in 17-3.
                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.
Prerequisite: CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H                                                  How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
Development of children in inclusive environments, including assess-                      Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
ment, teaching techniques. TB test/observations.                                          Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
Materials Fee: $4.00                                                                      Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                          you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
10176 TWTh             4:10pm - 6:50pm Hughey, D                            20-5
                                                                                          starts, contact the professor.
n CHLD 74 — Program Planning for the School Age Child                  3.0 Units Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@
                                                             Degree Applicable            mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
Advisory: CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H                                                             MyMtSAC Portal.
Appropriate concepts and practices for extended day care of school-age             Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
children. Program participation required.                                                 commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
10169 MTW              7:00pm - 9:40pm Anderson, L                          20-7          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/




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                                                                                     n CISB 15 — Microcomputer Applications 	                              4.0 Units       COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PROGRAMMING
                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                     Introduction to microcomputers, through learning applications for word            n CISP 31 — Programming in C++		                                 4.0 Units
CREDIT: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY / COUNSELING


                                                                                                                                                                                                     		
                                                                                     processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations.                                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                     10205 MTW               7:00pm - 9:40pm Zelaya, G                       17-11A    Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21
                                                                                                         arrange        9 hours Zelaya, G                   ONLINE     Object-oriented programming using C++ as the programming language.
                                                                                     NOTE: CRN 10205 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class.             Includes design, documentation, and debugging techniques.
                                                                                     How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                   10207 MW              6:30pm - 10:00pm Degtyareva, A                 17-13
                                                                                             Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                           arrange     9.5 hours Degtyareva, A             ONLINE
                                                                                             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:          NOTE: CRN 10207 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class.
                                                                                             Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If         How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                             you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                    Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                             starts, contact the professor.                                                   Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                     Professor contact info: Email Professor Zelaya at either: GZelaya@mtsac.                 Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                             edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMt-                     you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                             SAC Portal.                                                                      starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                     Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course             Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either:
                                                                                             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                     ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or
                                                                                             mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                        Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                     10206 MTTh              7:00pm - 9:40pm Huang, S                           18-7   Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                                         arrange        8 hours Huang, S                    ONLINE            commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                     NOTE: CRN 10206 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class.                    mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                     How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                             Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                 COMPUTER AND NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                             Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                                                                                                       n CNET 60 — A+ Certification Preparation		
                                                                                                                                                                                                               		                      2.0 Units
                                                                                             you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable
                                                                                             starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                                                                                                       Advisory: CNET 54
                                                                                     Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either: SHuang@mtsac.edu,
                                                                                             through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.         Preparation for the A+ certification examination including all aspects of
                                                                                                                                                                       the Essentials and Practical Application test modules.
                                                                                     Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.              10199 TWTh           6:00pm - 7:50pm Wong, F                       28B-404
                                                                                             mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                     10203		              arrange       9 hours Degtyareva, A               ONLINE                                  COUNSELING
                                                                                                          arrange       9 hours Degtyareva, A               ONLINE
                                                                                     NOTE: CRN 10203 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                              n COUN 1 — Introduction to College		
                                                                                                                                                                                                         		                             1.0 Unit
                                                                                     Course Orientation: On campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, June 26,                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                             7:00 - 9:00 pm in 17-13.                                                  (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                     Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus.                                       Higher education and the college experience including educational
                                                                                     How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                   decision-making and educational planning.
                                                                                             Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the        10401 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Garcia, C                   26A-2821
                                                                                             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:          NOTE: CRN 10401 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                             Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If                Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                             you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                    munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10301). For more
                                                                                             starts, contact the professor.                                                   information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                     Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either:                     10402 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Ngo, M                      26A-2831
                                                                                             ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or                 NOTE: CRN 10402 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                             Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.                                                   Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                                     Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                    community. This class is linked to Lern 49 (CRN 10273). For more
                                                                                             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                     information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                             mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                 10403 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Smith, J                    26A-2871
                                                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10403 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                     10204                arrange       9 hours Huang, S                    ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                                              Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                                          arrange       9 hours Huang, S                    ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                                              munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10300). For more
                                                                                     NOTE: CRN 10204 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                                                                                                              information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                     Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Wednesday, June
                                                                                                                                                                       10404 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Torres, A                   26A-2891
                                                                                             27, 7:00 - 9:00 pm in 18-7.
                                                                                                                                                                       NOTE: CRN 10404 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                     Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assign-                    Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                             ments on campus.                                                                 munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10299). For more
                                                                                     How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                          information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                             Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the        10516 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Roderick, E                 26A-3630
                                                                                             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course.                NOTE: CRN 10516 above is designed for students in the AANAPISI
                                                                                             NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the                   Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                             term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when                    munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10555). For more
                                                                                             the term starts, contact the professor.                                          information, please contact (909) 274-5905.
                                                                                     Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either:
                                                                                             SHuang@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or
                                                                                             Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                     Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                             mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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                                                                                                     Credit: Contents                Noncredit: Contents

10553 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Felix, D                     26A-3811     n COUN 5 — Career/Life Planning                                  3.0 Units
NOTE: CRN 10553 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                              Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68




                                                                                                                                                             CREDIT: COUNSELING / DANCE
      community. This class is linked to Lern 49 (CRN 10277). For more
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             Assists students in evaluating career options using a systematic approach
10405 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Sanchez, H                   26A-2620     to self-exploration and career/life planning.
NOTE: CRN 10405 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge           10523	 M	 06/25	 7:00pm	 -	 9:40pm	 Mbuthi,	S	                     26A-1690
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-                     and arrange        9 hours Mbuthi, S                 ONLINE
      munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10083). For more        NOTE: CRN 10523 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             Course Orientation: The course orientation scheduled above is mandatory.
10513 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Calzada, S                   26A-3680             If a student cannot attend orientation meeting, student must con-
NOTE: CRN 10513 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                   tact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-             from class.
      munity. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 10067). For more        How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                                     Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
10514 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Lee, E                       26A-3871             Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
NOTE: CRN 10514 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                   Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-             you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
      munity. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 10086). For more                starts, contact the professor.
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             Professor contact info: Email Professor Mbuthi at either: smbuthi@
10515 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Perez, A                     26A-3881             mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
NOTE: CRN 10515 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                   MyMtSAC Portal.
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-     Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
      munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10081). For more                commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                                     mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
10517 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Ton, C                       26A-3891     10521 TWTh              7:00pm - 9:40pm Mbuthi, S                  26A-1690
NOTE: CRN 10517 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge           NOTE: CRN 10521 above is NOT a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class.
      program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-             But all assignments will be conducted using a computer. Computer
      munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10084). For more                with internet connection is required.
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
10518 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Trejo, L                     26B-3551                               DANCE: ACTIVITY
NOTE: CRN 10518 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-     n DNCE 2A — Ballet I                                               .5 Unit
      munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10085). For more                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             (May be taken four times for credit)
10536 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Champion-Carter, A 26B-3555               (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
NOTE: CRN 10536 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-     Beginning vocabulary, technique, and movement combinations for ballet.
      munity. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 10069). For more        10551 MW             1:20pm - 4:00pm Ritz, K                    2-T121
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             NOTE: CRN 10551: This class section emphasizes conditioning and endur-
10537 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Diaz, L                      26B-3565            ance for basic ballet.
NOTE: CRN 10537 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge           10356 TTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Nakamura, A                2-T122
      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                              n DNCE 14A — Jazz I                                                .5 Unit
      community. This class is linked to Lern 81 (CRN 10283). For more
                                                                                                                             Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
      information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                              (May be taken four times for credit)
10398 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:30pm Maestro, P                  26A-1831
        2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012                  (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)

NOTE: CRN 10398 above is designed for first time freshman students.           Beginning vocabulary, technique, and movement combinations for jazz

10399 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Soto, L                     26A-1871     dance.

        2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012                  10358 TTh            4:10pm - 6:50pm Nakamura, A                2-T121
NOTE: CRN 10399 above is designed for first time freshman students.
                                                                              n DNCE 14B — Jazz II                                               .5 Unit
10400 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Burnett, C                  26A-2811                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
        2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012
                                                                              (May be taken four times for credit)
NOTE: CRN 10400 above is designed for first time freshman students.
                                                                              (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
10539 W            10:30am - 1:10pm Flores, J                    26B-3555
10519 T             7:00pm - 9:40pm Kramer, A                    26A-1821     Intermediate technique, movement combinations and routines for jazz
                                                                              dance.
n COUN 2 — College Success Strategies                               3.0 Units 10359 TTh            4:10pm - 6:50pm Nakamura, A                 2-T121
                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
(May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                      n DNCE 31 — Classical Dance                                         .5 Units
                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
Assists in creating strategies and techniques to be an effective college
student and achieve educational and career goals.
                            (May be taken four times for credit)
10520 MTW            10:30am - 1:10pm Nakamatsu, S                26A-2821
 (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                              Provides the proficient ballet student the opportunity to experience the
                                                                              different schools of ballet techniques.

                                                                              10357 TTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Nakamura, A                     2-T122





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                                                                                                             n DNCE 39A — Alignment and Correctives I                             .5 Unit                              ENGLISH: COMPOSITION
                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                             (May be taken four times for credit)
CREDIT: DANCE / ELECTRONICS / EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE / ENGINEERING / ENGINEERING DESIGN TECH. / ENGLISH



                                                                                                             (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                                             Pilates conditioning (mat and machine apparatus).
                                                                                                             10360 MW              7:00pm - 9:40pm Ritz, K                         45-1411
                                                                                                             n DNCE 39B — Alignment and Correctives II                            .5 Unit
                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                             (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                             (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                                             Advisory: DNCE 39A
                                                                                                             Advanced Pilates conditioning (mat and machine apparatus).
                                                                                                             10361 MW             7:00pm - 9:40pm Ritz, K                          45-1411
                                                                                                             n DNCE 40 — Conditioning Through Dance                               .5 Unit
                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                             (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                             (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                                             Improves fitness through the coordination of dance exercises.
                                                                                                             10362 MW             4:10pm - 6:50pm Ritz, K                          45-1411

                                                                                                                                           ELECTRONICS
                                                                                                             n ELEC 91 — Work Experience in Electronics                    1.0 to 4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable
                                                                                                             (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                             (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated
                                                                                                             in the College Catalog                                                           PLACEMENT IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION CLASSES
                                                                                                             Advisory: ELEC 56                                                                Students are placed in Composition classes as a result of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                                                              scores on the Mt. SAC Assessment of Written English or equivalent
                                                                                                             Work experience in electronics.
                                                                                                                                                                                              prerequisite courses successfully completed (“C” or better) at other
                                                                                                             10200               arrange 12.5 hours Uranga, J                     28B         colleges that fulfill the Mt. SAC prerequisite for the respective course.
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/27/2012 ending 08/05/2012                    Students with appropriate scores will be placed in Freshman Composition 1A.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Students needing additional developmental work will be placed in ENGL 68 (Prepara-
                                                                                                                               EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE                                      tion for College Writing) or in both ENGL 67 (Writing Fundamentals) and ENGL 68
                                                                                                                                                                                              (Preparation for College Writing) (NO CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT). Depending
                                                                                                             n EMS 80 — Paramedic Field Externship                              9.5 Units     upon initial placement into English courses, students are eligible for Freshman Com-
                                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable     position (ENGL 1A) upon successful completion of ENGL 67 (Writing Fundamentals)
                                                                                                             (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                             and ENGL 68 (Preparation for College Writing). Students are encouraged to complete
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: EMS 1 and Successful completion of Los Angeles County              Freshman Composition 1A as early in their college program as possible..
                                                                                                             accreditation exam
                                                                                                             Corequisite: EMS 70 (may have been taken previously)                             n ENGL 1A — Freshman Composition                                      4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                             Field experience, application of theory and practice in a field setting with
                                                                                                             emphasis on assessment and utilization of skills.                           Prerequisite: ENGL 68 or satisfactory score on the English Placement Test
                                                                                                                                                                                         Develops expository and argumentative essay and research paper skills.
                                                                                                             10209              arrange 47.9 hours Sherwood, K                       FIELD
                                                                                                                                                                                         Emphasizes critical reading of academic material.
                                                                                                                     10 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 09/02/2012
                                                                                                                                                                                         10053 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Pappas, G                        26A-3620
                                                                                                                                                                                         10054 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Ramos, C                         26A-3690
                                                                                                                                        ENGINEERING                                      10056 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Hallsted, C                      26A-3841
                                                                                                                                                                                         10055 MTWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Myers, R                           26D-2210
                                                                                                             n ENGR 42 — Mechanics of Materials                               4.0 Units 10057 MTWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Holland, D                         26A-3841
                                                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 10058 MTWTh              10:30am - 1:10pm Mattoon, M                         26A-3871
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: ENGR 40                                                       10059 MTWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Lee, B                             26A-3891
                                                                                                             Mechanics of deformable bodies subjected to axial, torsional, shearing, 
   10060 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Myers, R                          26D-2210
                                                                                                             and bending loads.

                                                                                                                               
                                                         10061 MTWTh             4:10pm - 6:50pm Vargas, A                         26A-3881
                                                                                                             10390 MTWTh         8:00am - 10:40am Khan, M                      61-3406
 10062 MTWTh
                                                                                                                                                                                       
                         4:10pm - 6:50pm Olds, J                           26D-3290
                                                                                                                                                                                         10233 MW                7:00pm - 9:40pm Mc Faul, J                        26D-3280
                                                                                                                            ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY                                               and arrange 6.25 hours Mc Faul, J                            ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                                                         NOTE: CRN 10233 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.
                                                                                                             n EDT 24 — Engineering CAD 3-D Solids and Surfaces               3.0 Units How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning Tools tab
                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable, CSU          in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the Moodlerooms
                                                                                                             Advisory: EDT 18                                                                   link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may
                                                                                                                                                                                                not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL
                                                                                                             Advanced CAD to develop detailed working drawings incorporating 3D
                                                                                                                                                                                                course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                                             parametric solid modeling.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Faul at either: jdmcfaul@mtsac.edu,
                                                                                                             10567 MTWTh         6:00pm - 10:10pm Miranda III, G             28B-301A
                                                                                                                                                                                                through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                                             NOTE: CRN 10567 is a Special Approval course. Please contact Max Lizar-
                                                                                                                    raga at 909-274-4727 for registration details.                       Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                                                                                                                                commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                                                                                                                                mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
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                                                                                                      Credit: Contents                Noncredit: Contents

10234 TTh             7:00pm - 9:40pm Mc Faul, J                 26D-3280      n ENGL 67 — Writing Fundamentals                                    4.0 Units
               and arrange 6.25 hours Mc Faul, J                   ONLINE                                                           Not Degree Applicable
NOTE: CRN 10234 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.
                                                                               (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)




                                                                                                                                                               CREDIT: ENGLISH
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                               Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or comple-
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                               tion of AMLA 42W or completion of LERN 81
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If       Emphasizes sentence, outlining, summary, paragraph and essay skills,
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term           and critical thinking through combining reading and writing.
       starts, contact the professor.                                          10076 MTWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Brouillette, R            26D-3290
Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Faul at either: jdmcfaul@           10077 MTWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Thomas, J                 26A-3821
       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at            10078 MTWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Enke, G                   26A-3610
       MyMtSAC Portal.                                                         10079 MTWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Estrada, M                26A-2841
                                                                               10080 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Brouillette, R              26D-3290
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                               10081 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Enke, G                     26A-3610
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                               NOTE: CRN 10081 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
n ENGL 1AH — Freshman Composition - Honors                       4.0 Units             community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10515). For more
                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC               information, please contact (909)274-5392.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program                               10082 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Thomas, J                   26A-3821
                                                                               10083 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Frahs, P                     26A-3811
Honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not
                                                                               NOTE: CRN 10083 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
receive credit for both ENGL 1A and ENGL 1AH.
                                                                                       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
10052 MTWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Olds, J                  26D-3290                community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10405). For more
n ENGL 1C — Critical Thinking and Writing                         4.0 Units            information, please contact (909)274-5392.
                                               Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      10084 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Estrada, M                  26A-2841
Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH                                              NOTE: CRN 10084 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
Develops critical reading, thinking, and writing skills. Focuses on logical            community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10517). For more
analysis and argumentative writing.                                                    information, please contact (909)274-5392.
10048 MTWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Mageean, M                  26D-3280    10085 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3690
10235 MW              7:30am - 10:10am O’Brien, P                  26A-3680    NOTE: CRN 10085 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
               and arrange 6.25 hours O’Brien, P                      ONLINE           Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
NOTE: CRN 10235 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.                  community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10518). For more
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                        information, please contact (909)274-5392.
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the      10086 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Boehner-Staylor, M 26A-3620
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:        NOTE: CRN 10086 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If               Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                   community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10514). For more
       starts, contact the professor.                                                  information, please contact (909)274-5392.
Professor contact info: Email Professor O’Brien at either: pobrien@mtsac.      10555 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Perez Gonzalez, J           26D-G220
       edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMt-            NOTE: CRN 10555 above is designed for students in the AANAPISI
       SAC Portal.                                                                     Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                  community. This class is linked to COUN 1 (CRN 10516). For more
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                    information, please contact (909) 274-5905..
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                               10087 MTWTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Frahs, P                    26A-3811
10049 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Mageean, M                   26D-3280    10088 MTWTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3690
10236 MW             10:30am - 1:10pm O’Brien, P                   26A-3680    10089 MTWTh            4:10pm - 6:50pm Dougherty, M                26A-3690
               and arrange 6.25 hours O’Brien, P                      ONLINE   10090 MTWTh            7:00pm - 9:40pm Dougherty, M                26A-3690
NOTE: CRN 10236 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                n ENGL 68 — Preparation for College Writing                       4.0 Units
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                                                              Degree Applicable
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:        (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If       Prerequisite: ENGL 67 or AMLA 43W or satisfactory score on the English
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term           Placement Test
       starts, contact the professor.                                          Emphasizes development of academic essays based on critical reading of
Professor contact info: Email Professor O’Brien at either:                     texts.
       pobrien@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule                      10063 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Hight, L                   26A-3831
       or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC Portal.                                       10064 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Karn, T                    26D-2210
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          10065 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Gomez, F                   26A-3670
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.            10066 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Nemeth, S                  26D-3481
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                               10067 MTWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Hight, L                    26A-3831
10050 MTWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm Mattoon, M                   26D-2210    NOTE: CRN 10067 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
10051 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Crandall, W                  26D-3290           Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                                      community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10513). For more
                                                                                      information, please contact (909)274-5392.
                                                                               10068 MTWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Harper, M                   26A-3881
                                                                               10069 MTWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Gomez, F                    26A-3670
                                                                               NOTE: CRN 10069 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                                      community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10536). For more
                                                                                      information, please contact (909)274-5392.



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                                                                                           10237 MW             10:30am - 1:10pm Arterburn, P                26D-3481
                                                                                                          and arrange 6.25 hours Arterburn, P                  ONLINE                                  GEOGRAPHY
                                                                                           NOTE: CRN 10237 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.
                                                                                                                                                                          n GEOG 1 — Elements of Physical Geography                         3.0 Units
CREDIT: ENGLISH / FASHION MERCHANDISING & DESIGN / GEOGRAPHY / HISTORY / HISTOTECHNOLOGY


                                                                                           How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                                  Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                  Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:        Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                                  Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If       Study of the natural processes creating the earth’s physical environments:
                                                                                                  you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term           weather, climate, landforms, soils, and ecosystems.
                                                                                                  starts, contact the professor.                                          10108 TWTh              4:10pm - 6:50pm Bayle, M                  26D-3270
                                                                                           Professor contact info: Email Professor Arterburn at either: parterburn@
                                                                                                  mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at            n GEOG 1H — Elements of Physical Geography - Honors              3.0 Units
                                                                                                  MyMtSAC Portal.                                                                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                           Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program
                                                                                                  commitment and student expectations described at http://www.            An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not
                                                                                                  mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                               receive credit for both GEOG 1 and GEOG 1H.
                                                                                           10239 TTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Arterburn, P                26D-3481     10106 TWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Kohn, D                  26D-3270
                                                                                                          and arrange 6.25 hours Arterburn, P                  ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                                          n GEOG 1LH — Physical Geography Laboratory - Honors                1.0 Unit
                                                                                           NOTE: CRN 10239 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                           How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                                                                                  Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                                  Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:        Corequisite: GEOG 1 or GEOG 1H (may have been taken previously)
 

                                                                                                  Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If       An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not
                                                                                                  you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term           receive credit for both GEOG 1L and GEOG 1LH.
                                                                                                  starts, contact the professor.                                          10107 TWTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Kohn, D                  26D-3270
                                                                                           Professor contact info: Email Professor Arterburn at either: parterburn@
                                                                                                  mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at                                            HISTORY
                                                                                                  MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                           Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          n HIST 1 — History of the United States                           3.0 Units
                                                                                                  commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                  mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                               Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                           10070 MTWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Brackenhoff, M              26A-3841     A history of the United States from Native American and colonial times to
                                                                                           10071 MTWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Harper, M                   26A-3881     the present, designed for transfer students.
                                                                                           10072 MTWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm Brackenhoff, M              26A-3841     10109 TWTh              7:30am - 10:10am Chavez, R               26A-1821
                                                                                           10073 MTWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm Aquino, L                   26A-3620     10110 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Chavez, R                 26A-1821
                                                                                           NOTE: CRN 10073 above is designed for students wanting to join the Hon-        10111 TWTh              7:00pm - 9:40pm Fisher, D                26A-1831
                                                                                                  ors Program. For approval to enroll, contact Carolyn Kuykendall at
                                                                                                  (909)274-4528.                                                          n HIST 7 — History of the United States                           3.0 Units
                                                                                           10074 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Aquino, L                   26A-3620                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                           10075 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Cushing, W                  26A-3841     Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. History to 1877. Examines social, economic, political, intellectual,
                                                                                                       FASHION MERCHANDISING AND DESIGN                                   military themes and patterns of U.S. development.


                                                                                                                                                                          10112 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Jones, W                   26D-G431

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                           n FASH 8 — Introduction to Fashion                             3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU        n HIST 40 — History of the Mexican American                       3.0 Units
                                                                                           Fashion industry from concept to consumer, industry background, ca-                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                           reers, and technology.                                                         Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                           10188 TWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Espy, S                        18-1       A survey of U.S. History with a special emphasis on the role of Chicanos in
                                                                                                                                                                          the development of the nation.
                                                                                           n FASH 10 — Clothing Construction I                                3.0 Units   10113 TWTh              1:20pm - 4:00pm Tellez, A                 26D-2411
                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                           Basic essentials of apparel construction including a variety of garments       n HIST 44 — History of Native Americans                           3.0 Units
                                                                                           and construction techniques.                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                           10190 MTWTh           9:30am - 1:00pm Davis, M                        19B-1    Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
                                                                                                                                                                          Survey of the history of the U.S. from Colonial times to the present with
                                                                                           n FASH 12 — Clothing Construction II                             3.0 Units     special emphasis on the role of Native Americans.
                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU      10114 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Tellez, A                  26D-2411
                                                                                           Prerequisite: FASH 10
                                                                                           Industry-quick alternative construction techniques.

                                                                                                                                              
                                                    HISTOTECHNOLOGY
                                                                                           10189 MTW            1:15pm - 4:16pm Davis, M                         19B-1

                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                             and MTW             4:17pm - 6:00pm Davis, M                        19B-1    n HT 17 — Work Experience in Histotechnology                     1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable
                                                                                           n FASH 62 — Retail Store Management and Merchandising            3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU        (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                           Principles and practices in managing and merchandising retail stores. 
        (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                           Students may not receive credit for FASH 62 and BUSS 50.

                                                                                                                                                   
                      Prerequisite: HT 12 and compliance with Work Experience regulations as
                                                                                           10187 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Barron, S                        18-1

                                                                                                                                                                     
    designated in the College Catalog
                                                                                                                                                                          Placement by Program Director.
                                                                                                                                                                          10349              arrange 12.5 hours Mac Donald, J




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n HT 17 — Work Experience in Histotechnology                     2.0 Units     n HRM 57 — Restaurant Cost Control                                 3.0 Units
                                                         Degree Applicable                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                               Corequisite: HRM 51 (May have been taken previously)




                                                                                                                                                                   CREDIT: HISTOTECHNOLOGY / HONORS PROGRAM / HOSPITALITY & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
(May be taken four times for credit)
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                           Methods for controlling resources in a hospitality operation to maximize
                                                                               profits without compromising product quality of service.
Prerequisite: HT 12 and compliance with Work Experience regulations as
designated in the College Catalog                                              10181               arrange      9 hours Al-Malood, F               ONLINE
                                                                               NOTE: CRN 10181 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
Placement by Program Director.
                                                                               How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
10350              arrange     25 hours Mac Donald, J                                  Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                         HONORS PROGRAM                                                Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
The following classes are open to students in the Mt. SAC Honors                       starts, contact the professor.
Program only. Information on eligibility and benefits can be found on our
website, http://honors.mtsac.edu. To apply, please submit your applica-        Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: Almalood@
tion, transcript, and proof of English 1A eligibility to the Honors Program            mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
Office, Bldg. 26A, Room 1680. For information, contact the Honors Pro-                 MyMtSAC Portal.
gram (909) 594-5611, Ext. 4665; honors@mtsac.edu. Students who have            Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
already been admitted to the Honors Program will be e-mailed the Honors                commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
course reference numbers or may pick up Honors course reference num-                   mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
bers in the Honors Office (26A-1680).
                                                                               n HRM 66 — Hospitality Law                                           3.0 Units
Admission Requirements:                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU
For all first-time college students:                                           Advisory: HRM 51
 1. Eligibility for English lA                                                 Basic principles of contracts, liability and labor as they apply specifically
 2. 3.5 cumulative GPA (weighted GPA is acceptable)                            to the hospitality industry.
Admission Requirements:                                                        10182                arrange      9 hours Al-Malood, F               ONLINE
For students who have already taken college courses:                           NOTE: CRN 10182 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
 1. Eligibility for English lA                                                 How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
 2. 3.2 cumulative GPA or higher with a minimum of 9 transferable units
                                                                                       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                       Honors Courses Available                                        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
n ENGL 1AH — Freshman Composition - Honors                        4.0 Units            starts, contact the professor.
10052 MTWTh       1:20pm - 4:00pm Olds, J                        26D-3290      Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: Almalood@
                                                                                       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
n GEOG 1H — Elements of Physical Geography - Honors               3.0 Units
                                                                                       MyMtSAC Portal.
10106 TWTh       10:30am - 1:10pm Kohn, D                        26D-3270
                                                                               Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
n GEOG 1LH — Physical Geography Laboratory - Honors                1.0 Unit            commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
10107 TWTh        1:20pm - 4:00pm Kohn, D                        26D-3270              mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
n SPCH 1AH — Public Speaking - Honors                              4.0 Units   n HRM 91 — Hospitality Work Experience                                1.0 Unit
10047 MTWTh      10:30am - 1:10pm Archibald, J                    26D-1411                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                               (May be taken four times for credit)
       HOSPITALITY AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT                                   (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                               Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated
n HRM 52 — Food Safety and Sanitation                            1.5 Units     in the College Catalog
                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU      On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                          non-paid hours required for each unit of credit.
Principles of food safety including study of food-borne illnesses, protect-    10183               arrange 12.5 hours Shum, M                          OCAM
ing food in storage, preparation, and service.                                 NOTE: CRN 10183 above is a 1 unit work experience course with a manda-
10180 T                 1:20pm - 3:25pm Darke, T                      19B-9            tory orientation meeting: Monday, June 25, 2012 from 10:00 am-
                and arrange        2 hours Darke, T                 ONLINE             11:00 am in Bldg. 16-13. Only students who have already secured
NOTE: CRN 10180 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class.                            an internship site in the hospitality industry, or plan on applying for
NOTE: Students transferring to a CSU must pass the ServSafe exam at the                a non-paid internship on campus in Food Services should register
       end of course.                                                                  for this course.
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                n HRM 91 — Hospitality Work Experience                               2.0 Units
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the                                                             Degree Applicable, CSU
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If       (May be taken four times for credit)
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term           (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
       starts, contact the professor.                                          Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated
Professor contact info: Email Professor Darke at either: TDarke@mtsac.         in the College Catalog
       edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMt-            On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60
       SAC Portal.                                                             non-paid hours required for each unit of credit.
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course          10184                 arrange      25 hours Shum, M                         OCAM
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.            NOTE: CRN 10184 above is a 2 unit work experience course with a mandatory
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                       orientation meeting: Monday, June 25, 2012 from 10:00 am-11:00 am
                                                                                       in Bldg. 16-13. Only students who have already secured an intern-
                                                                                       ship site in the hospitality industry, or plan on applying for a non-paid
                                                                                       internship on campus in Food Services should register for this course.

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n HRM 91 — Hospitality Work Experience                               3.0 Units      n ID 38 — Internship in Interior Design                          3.0 Units
                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU                                                                Degree Applicable
(May be taken four times for credit)                                                (May be taken four times for credit)




                                                                                                                                                                   CREDIT: HOSPITALITY & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT / INTERIOR DESIGN
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated             Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as
in the College Catalog                                                              designated in the College Catalog.
On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60            Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the
non-paid hours required for each unit of credit.                                    interior design profession.
10185                 arrange 37.5 hours Shum, M                             OCAM   Formerly ID 240A and 240B.
NOTE: CRN 10185 above is a 3 unit work experience course with a mandatory           10142               arrange 37.5 hours Tran, N                        OCAM
        orientation meeting: Monday, June 25, 2012 from 10:00 am-11:00 am           NOTE: CRN 10142 above is a 3 unit work experience course with an orien-
        in Bldg. 16-13. Only students who have already secured an intern-                   tation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm in 20-9.
        ship site in the hospitality industry, or plan on applying for a non-paid           Only students who have secured an internship site in the Interior
        internship on campus in Food Services should register for this course.              Design industry should register for this course. For more informa-
                                                                                            tion, contact Professor Tran at NTran@mtsac.edu.
n HRM 91 — Hospitality Work Experience                               4.0 Units
                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU       n ID 48 — Internship in Kitchen and Bath                          1.0 Unit
(May be taken four times for credit)                                                                                                         Degree Applicable
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                (May be taken four times for credit)
Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated             (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
in the College Catalog                                                              Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as

On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60            designated in the College Catalog.

non-paid hours required for each unit of credit.                                    Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.)

10186                 arrange      50 hours Shum, M                          OCAM   Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the
NOTE: CRN 10186 above is a 4 unit work experience course with a mandatory           interior design profession at NKBA member work site.
        orientation meeting: Monday, June 25, 2012 from 10:00 am-11:00 am           Formerly ID 240C.
        in Bldg. 16-13. Only students who have already secured an intern-
                                                                                    10143               arrange 12.5 hours Tran, N                        OCAM
        ship site in the hospitality industry, or plan on applying for a non-paid
                                                                                    NOTE: CRN 10143 above is a 1 unit work experience course with an
        internship on campus in Food Services should register for this course.
                                                                                            orientation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm
                                                                                            in 20-9. Only students who have secured an internship site in the
                            INTERIOR DESIGN                                                 Interior Design (Kitchen and Bath) industry should register for this
                                                                                            course. For more information, contact Professor Tran at NTran@
n ID 10 — Introduction to Interior Design                           3.0 Units               mtsac.edu.
                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU
Practice of interior design that meet individual, functional and environ-           n ID 48 — Internship in Kitchen and Bath                         2.0 Units
mental needs. Field trips may be required.                                                                                                   Degree Applicable
Formerly ID 100.                                                                    (May be taken four times for credit)
10147 MTW              9:45am - 2:50pm Tran, N                          20-9        (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                    Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as

n ID 38 — Internship in Interior Design                               1.0 Unit      designated in the College Catalog.

                                                             Degree Applicable      Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.)

(May be taken four times for credit)                                                Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                interior design profession at NKBA member work site.
Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as             Formerly ID 240C.
designated in the College Catalog.                                                  10144               arrange     25 hours Tran, N                      OCAM
Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the            NOTE: CRN 10144 above is a 2 unit work experience course with an
interior design profession.                                                                 orientation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm
Formerly ID 240A and 240B.                                                                  in 20-9. Only students who have secured an internship site in the
10139               arrange 12.5 hours Tran, N                        OCAM                  Interior Design (Kitchen and Bath) industry should register for this
NOTE: CRN 10139 above is a 1 unit work experience course with an orien-                     course. For more information, contact Professor Tran at NTran@
        tation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm in 20-9.                    mtsac.edu.
        Only students who have secured an internship site in the Interior
        Design industry should register for this course. For more informa-          n ID 48 — Internship in Kitchen and Bath                         3.0 Units
        tion, contact Professor Tran at NTran@mtsac.edu.                                                                                     Degree Applicable
                                                                                    (May be taken four times for credit)
n ID 38 — Internship in Interior Design                              2.0 Units      (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                             Degree Applicable      Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as

(May be taken four times for credit)                                                designated in the College Catalog.

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.)

Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as             Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the
designated in the College Catalog.                                                  interior design profession at NKBA member work site.
Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the            Formerly ID 240C.
interior design profession.                                                         10145               arrange 37.5 hours Tran, N                        OCAM
Formerly ID 240A and 240B.                                                          NOTE: CRN 10145 above is a 3 unit work experience course with an
10141               arrange     25 hours Tran, N                      OCAM                  orientation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm
NOTE: CRN 10141 above is a 2 unit work experience course with an orien-                     in 20-9. Only students who have secured an internship site in the
        tation meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 from 3:00 - 4:00pm in 20-9.                    Interior Design (Kitchen and Bath) industry should register for this
        Only students who have secured an internship site in the Interior                   course. For more information, contact Professor Tran at NTran@
        Design industry should register for this course. For more informa-                  mtsac.edu.
        tion, contact Professor Tran at NTran@mtsac.edu.
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                                                               n ID 52 — Independent Studies in Interior Design                 3.0 Units     10368 MTWTh        4:00pm - 7:05pm Jastrab, R                         50P
                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable     NOTE: CRN 10368 is limited to intercollegiate Football candidates.
                                                               (May be taken four times for credit)                                           10377 MTWTh        5:00pm - 8:00pm Rivera, D                     27C-MAT
CREDIT: INTERIOR DESIGN / ITALIAN / JOURNALISM / KINESIOLOGY


                                                                                                                                                     6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                               Extended laboratory experiences supplementary to those available in the
                                                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10377 is limited to intercollegiate Wrestling candidates.
                                                               Interior Design program.
                                                                                                                                              10370 M            6:30pm - 9:30pm Rieben, M                        POOL
                                                               10146               arrange     27 hours Tran, N                      OCAM
                                                                                                                                                and TWTh         6:30pm - 9:30pm Ruh, M                           POOL
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10146 above is a 3 unit independent studies class in interior
                                                                                                                                                     6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                       design that requires special approval from the professor in order to
                                                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10370 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Water Polo candi-
                                                                       register. Contact Professor Niki Tran at NTran@mtsac.edu.
                                                                                                                                                    dates.

                                                                                                ITALIAN                                                              KINESIOLOGY: FITNESS
                                                               n ITAL 1 — Elementary Italian                                   4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                              n KINF 9 — Conditioning for Sports                                  .5 Unit
                                                                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                               Intended for students without previous exposure to Italian.
                                                                                                                                              (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                               10096 MTWTh        10:30am - 1:10pm Santostefano, M           26B-3551
                                                                                                                                              (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                                                                              10378 TWTh           1:20pm - 3:19pm Freeman, C                     3-1FL
                                                                                            JOURNALISM                                                6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10378 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Basketball candi-
                                                               n JOUR 100 — Mass Media and Society                               3.0 Units          dates.
                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                                              10379 TWTh           3:20pm - 5:20pm Crichlow, B                    3-1FL
                                                               (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                               6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                               Prerequisite: ENGL 1A                                                          NOTE: CRN 10379 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Basketball candi-
                                                               Survey of mass media and interrelationships of media with society, includ-           dates.
                                                               ing history, structure, and trends.
                                                               10130 TWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm DePaola, G               26D-G471        n KINF 34 — Cardiorespiratory Training                              .5 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                    KINESIOLOGY: ATHLETICS                                    (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                                                              (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                               n KINX 88 — Pre-Season Athletics                                  .5 Units     Individualized exercise programs designed to improve cardiorespiratory
                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU      performance.
                                                               (May be taken four times for credit)                                           10381               arrange       6 hours STAFF                          27A-2
                                                               (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                       NOTE: CRN 10381: Students must come to Building 27A-ESWC between the
                                                               10376 TWTh           7:30am - 9:30am Roberts, R                   2-T121              hours of MT 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. or T 6:00-8:30 p.m. during the FIRST
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                          WEEK of the term to “E” (enter into class) or your space will be given
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10376 is limited to intercollegiate Pep Squad candidates.                   to a student on the Wait List. WORKOUT HOURS must be completed
                                                                                                                                                     between MTWTh 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. and TTh 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
                                                               n KINX 88 — Pre-Season Athletics                                 1.5 Units
                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU      n KINF 34 — Cardiorespiratory Training                              1.0 Unit
                                                               (May be taken four times for credit)                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                               (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                       (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                               10369 TWTh           6:30am - 10:30am Jackson, C                    POOL       (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                   Individualized exercise programs designed to improve cardiorespiratory
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10369 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Water Polo               performance.
                                                                     candidates.                                                              10382               arrange       9 hours STAFF                          27A-2
                                                               10367 MTWTh          7:00am - 10:00am Bowen, M                       45S       NOTE: CRN 10382: Students must come to Building 27A-ESWC between the
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                          hours of MT 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. or T 6:00-8:30 p.m. during the FIRST
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10367 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Soccer candi-                   WEEK of the term to “E” (enter into class) or your space will be given
                                                                     dates.                                                                          to a student on the Wait List. WORKOUT HOURS must be completed
                                                               10371 MTWTh          7:00am - 10:05am Todd, D                       50CC              between MTWTh 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. and TTh 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10371 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Cross Country
                                                                     candidates.                                                              n KINF 36 — Circuit Training                                        .5 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                               10372 MTWTh          7:00am - 10:05am Goff, M                       50CC
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                   (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10372 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Cross Country              (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                     candidates.                                                              Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment.
                                                               10373 MTWTh          9:00am - 12:00pm Sanchez, J                     45S       10383               arrange       6 hours STAFF                          27A-2
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                   NOTE: CRN 10383: Students must come to Building 27A-ESWC between the
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10373 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Soccer candidates.                hours of MT 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. or T 6:00-8:30 p.m. during the FIRST
                                                               10374 MTWTh          9:00am - 12:00pm Dennis, M                     3-1FL             WEEK of the term to “E” (enter into class) or your space will be given
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                          to a student on the Wait List. WORKOUT HOURS must be completed
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10374 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Volleyball candi-               between MTWTh 8:15 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. and TTh 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
                                                                     dates.
                                                               10375 MW            12:00pm - 6:00pm Green, M                        45G
                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                               NOTE: CRN 10375 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Golf candidates.




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                                                                                                       Credit: Contents                Noncredit: Contents


n KINF 51 — Agility Testing Preparation for Administration           1.0 Unit   n LERN 61 — Skills Development Laboratory                         1.0 Unit
               of Justice and Fire Technology                                                                                        Not Degree Applicable
                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU      (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)




                                                                                                                                                               CREDIT: KINESIOLOGY / LEADERSHIP / LEARNING ASSISTANCE SERVICES / LEARNING COMMUNITIES
(May be taken four times for credit)                                            Offers individualized instruction in writing, reading, study techniques, and
(May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                        math.
Physical agility testing approximating required testing by various law          10255                arrange       8 hours Bower, P                    6-101
enforcement and fire agencies.                                                  NOTE: CRN 10255: Students must come to LTC (Building 6), Room 101,
10397 MTWTh            7:30am - 10:35am Ward, E                     50G-108             in the first week of the term to set up a schedule and assignments.
                                                                                        Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am - 8:00
                       KINESIOLOGY: THEORY                                              pm and closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If you have any ques-
                                                                                        tions, please call Learning Assistance Department Chair at (909)
                                                                                        274-6606 or the Library and Learning Resources Division at (909)
n KIN 3 — First Aid and CPR                                        3.0 Units
                                                                                        274-5659.
                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                               n LERN 81 — Improving Writing                                    3.0 Units
Upon successful training and completion, American Red Cross First Aid                                                                Not Degree Applicable
and CPR Certifications earned.                                                  (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
10380 TWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Todd, J                  27A-106          Instruction in content and structure of sentences, paragraphs, and essays;
                                                                                integrates grammar and critical thinking.
n KIN 34 — Fitness for Living                                      3.0 Units
                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC        10280 MTWTh          8:00am - 10:05am Ezzell, S                       6-130
Survey and analysis of the components of fitness. Effects of fitness, stress    10281 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Ezzell, S                       6-130
management, nutrition and weight control on health.                             10283 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Walker, L                       6-132
                                                                                NOTE: CRN 10283 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
10365 TWTh           7:30am - 10:10am STAFF                        27A-109             Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
10363 TWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Bowen, M                       45-1462             community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10537). For more
10364 MTW            7:00pm - 9:40pm Parker, S                      45-1462            information, please contact (909)274-5392.
                                                                                10282 MTWTh          1:20pm - 3:25pm Walker, L                        6-130
                              LEADERSHIP                                        10284 MTW             7:00pm - 9:40pm Wheeler, D                      6-132
n LEAD 55 — Exploring Leadership                                3.0 Units
                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                                     LEARNING COMMUNITIES
Explores leadership theories and models and develops a personal philoso-      n LCOM 80 — Learning Communities: Individual Connections            1.0 Unit
phy of leadership.                                                                                                               Not Degree Applicable
10552 MW             5:45pm - 10:00pm Calzada, S              26B-3551        Explores connections between self, courses, and learning community.
         6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012                 Concurrent enrollment in a learning community required.
                                                                              10556 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Trejo, L                     9C-STAGE
                LEARNING ASSISTANCE SERVICES                                  NOTE: CRN 10556 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                     Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
n LERN 48 — Basic Math Skills Review                               3.0 Units         munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
                                                    Not Degree Applicable 10557 MW                8:30am - 9:50am Lee, E                       9C-STAGE
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                          NOTE: CRN 10557 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
Math fundamentals: add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and              Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
fractions with emphasis on math learning strategies.
                                munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
10268 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:05am Ma, J                           6-112
 10558 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Calzada, S                   9C-STAGE
                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10558 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
n LERN 49 — Math Skills Review                                     3.0 Units         Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                    Not Degree Applicable            munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                          10559 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Champion-Carter, A 9C-STAGE
Prerequisite: LERN 48 or passing score on current placement test              NOTE: CRN 10559 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
Improves knowledge of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents,                  Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
proportions and integers. Includes math study strategies.                            munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
10272 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:05am Russell, P                      6-134 10560 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Perez, A                           16-1
10278 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:05am Damansouz, F                    6-137 NOTE: CRN 10560 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
10269 MTWTh          10:30am - 12:35pm Ma, J                           6-112         Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
10273 MTWTh          10:30am - 12:35pm Russell, P                      6-134         munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
NOTE: CRN 10273 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge           10561 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Ton, C                             16-1
        Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning        NOTE: CRN 10561 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
        community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10402). For more              Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
        information, please contact (909)274-5392.                                   munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
10277 MTWTh          10:30am - 12:35pm Tan, D                          6-136 10562 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Sanchez, H                         16-1
NOTE: CRN 10277 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge           NOTE: CRN 10562 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
        Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning               Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
        community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10553). For more              munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
        information, please contact (909)274-5392.                            10549 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Felix, D                       28A-103
10270 MTWTh           1:20pm - 3:25pm Boerem, R                        6-112 NOTE: CRN 10549 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
10274 MTWTh           1:20pm - 3:25pm Russell, P                       6-134         Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
10271 MTW             4:10pm - 6:50pm Hall, M                          6-112         munity. For more information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
10275 TWTh            4:10pm - 6:50pm Nguyen, T                        6-134 10550 TTh            8:30am - 9:50am Tan, D                         28A-103
10279 MTW             7:00pm - 9:40pm Pai, R                           6-137 NOTE: CRN 10550 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
10276 TWTh            7:00pm - 9:40pm Prehn, R                         6-134         Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                     munity. For more information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
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                                             10563 TTh          8:30am - 9:50am Torres, A                      28A-103
                                                                                                                            n MATH 71 — Intermediate Algebra                                5.0 Units
                                             NOTE: CRN 10563 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                                                                                                                   Degree Applicable
                                                   Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                                                            Prerequisite: MATH 51 or MATH 51B or qualifying score on current depart-
CREDIT: LEARNING COMMUNITIES / MATHEMATICS


                                                   munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
                                                                                                                            ment placement test
                                             10564 TTh          8:30am - 9:50am Ngo, M                         28A-103
                                             NOTE: CRN 10564 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge            Extends concepts from elementary algebra to prepare students for
                                                   Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-      college-level mathematics courses.
                                                   munity. For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.
             10318 MTW            7:30am - 12:10pm Graham, C                  61-2315

                                                                                                                            10316 MTWTh          7:30am - 11:00am Takashima, T               61-2310

                                                                                                                            10317 MTWTh          7:30am - 11:00am Kojima, T                  61-2311

                                                                         MATHEMATICS                                        10319 TWTh           7:30am - 12:10pm Williams, D                61-3414

                                                                                                                            10320 MTWTh         11:20am - 2:50pm Tatoian, V                  61-3310

                                             n MATH 50 — Pre-Algebra                                           3.0 Units    10321 MTWTh         11:20am - 2:50pm Takashima, T                61-2310

                                                                                                  Not Degree Applicable     10322 TWTh           1:20pm - 6:00pm Williams, D                 61-3414

                                             Prerequisite: LERN 49 or qualifying score on current department placement      10323 TWTh           1:20pm - 6:00pm Birca, A                    61-2414

                                             test                                                                           10324 TWTh           5:20pm - 10:00pm Kaljumagi, E               61-3302
	
                                             Fundamental principles of mathematics designed to ease the transition
                                             from arithmetic to algebra.                                                    n MATH 110 — Elementary Statistics                                   3.0 Units
                                             10296 TWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Johnson, K                  61-2419
                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                             10297 TWTh            7:30am - 10:10am Ong, H                      61-3302
    Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71X or MATH 71B or qualifying score on
                                             10299 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Tamayo, S                    61-3311
    current department placement test
                                             NOTE: CRN 10299 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge            Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and probability with
                                                    program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning          emphasis on statistical methods.

                                                    community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10404). For more 
       10325 TWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Harirchi, M                     61-3319

                                                    information, please contact at (909) 274-5392.
                         10326 TWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Chan, L                         61-3410

                                             10300 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Munro, M                     61-3306
    10327 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Humaciu, M                       61-3319

                                             NOTE: CRN 10300 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge 
          10328 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Acuff, M                         61-3410

                                                    program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning 
        10330 MTW            1:20pm - 4:00pm Nitta, A                         61-2418

                                                    community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10403). For more 
       10329 TWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Faradineh, R                    61-3319

                                                    information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                            10331 MTW             4:10pm - 6:50pm Nitta, A                        61-2418
	
                                             10301 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Nitta, A                     61-2418
    10332 TWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Chen, D                          61-3319
	
                                             NOTE: CRN 10301 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                                                            n MATH 130 — College Algebra                                       4.0 Units
                                                    program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
                                                                                                                                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                    community. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 10401). For more
                                                    information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                             Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71B or qualifying score on current depart-
                                                                                                                            ment placement test
                                             10298 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Garland, J                    61-3411

                                             10302 MTWTh           1:20pm - 3:25pm Munro, M                     61-3306
    A college-level course in algebra.
                                             10303 TWTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Lam, A                       61-3411
    10333 TWTh            7:30am - 11:10am Alvarado, N                  61-2410

                                             10304 TWTh            7:00pm - 9:40pm Lee, C                       61-2418
	   10334 TWTh           11:20am - 3:00pm Chang, D                     61-3302

                                                                                                                            10337 M 06/25 1:00pm - 2:00pm Chavez, D                             61-2311
                                             n MATH 51 — Elementary Algebra                                   4.0 Units       and T       07/10 1:00pm - 3:00pm Chavez, D                       61-2311
                                                                                                  Not Degree Applicable       and T       07/24 1:00pm - 3:00pm Chavez, D                       61-2311
                                             Prerequisite: MATH 50 or qualifying score on current department place-           and W 08/01 1:00pm - 3:30pm Chavez, D                             61-2311
                                             ment test                                                                                          arrange 10.7 hours Chavez, D
                                             An introductory course in algebra.                                             NOTE: CRN 10337 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                             10305 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Kirchgraber, A              61-2306
     Course Orientation: The course orientation scheduled above is manda-
                                             10306 MTWTh        10:30am - 1:10pm Kirchgraber, A                61-2306
            tory. If a student cannot attend the orientation meeting, student 

                                             10308 MWTh          11:20am - 3:00pm Lancaster, S                 61-2419
            must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being 

                                             10307 TWTh          11:20am - 3:00pm Tran, F                      61-2410
            dropped from the class. 

                                             10309 MTWTh          1:20pm - 4:00pm Tamayo, S                    61-3311
     Other Course Requirements: Exam on campus. 

                                             10310 MTWTh          1:20pm - 4:00pm Edwards, W                   61-3315
     How to Being Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning 

                                             10312 MWTh           3:10pm - 6:50pm Lancaster, S                 61-2419
            Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on 

                                             10311 TWTh           3:10pm - 6:50pm Tran, F                      61-2410
            the Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course.
                                             10313 MTWTh          4:10pm - 6:50pm Edwards, W                   61-3315
	           NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the
                                                                                                                                   term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when
                                             n MATH 61 — Plane Geometry                                      3.0 Units             the term starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                                    Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                            Professor Contact Info: E-mail Professor Chavez at either:dchavez@
                                             Prerequisite: MATH 51 or MATH 51B or MATH 52 or qualifying score on                   mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
                                             current department placement test                                                     MyMtSAC Portal.
                                             Introductory course in Euclidean geometry featuring coverage of geomet-        Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                             ric terms and processes, logic and problem-solving.                                   commitment and student expectations described at
                                             10314 TWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Campbell, M                  61-3315
             http://www.mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                             10315 TWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Chang, H                    61-2306
	     10335 MTWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Mc Donald, C                 61-2319

                                                                                                                            10336 TWTh            6:30pm - 10:10pm Leung, S                     61-2302
	
                                                                                                                            n MATH 140 — Calculus for Business                                4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                            Prerequisite: MATH 130 or MATH 160 or qualifying score on current depart-
                                                                                                                            ment placement test.
                                                                                                                            Calculus for business, social science, and non-science majors. Credit not 

                                                                                                                            given to students with credit in MATH 180 or equivalent.

                                                                                                                            10338 MTWTh          7:30am - 10:10am Tatoian, V                  61-3310


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                                                 CREDIT: MATHEMATICS COURSE SEQUENCES




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                                                                                                       n MATH 150 — Trigonometry                                         3.0 Units   n MENT 70L — Introduction to Psychiatric                          2.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU                  Technology Clinical Technicians
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: MATH 71 or 71B or qualifying score on current department                                                                 Degree Applicable
CREDIT: MATHEMATICS / MENTAL HEALTH/PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN / MICROBIOLOGY / MUSIC / NUTRITION & FOOD



                                                                                                       placement test AND Math 61 or passing score on current geometry com-          (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                                       petency test.                                                                 Corequisite: MENT 70
                                                                                                       Trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, including graphs and       10219 WThF          8:00am - 12:00pm      Felten, A                  HOSP
                                                                                                       identities.                                                                     and WThF         12:30pm - 2:30pm       Felten, A                  HOSP
                                                                                                       10339 MTW           7:30am - 10:10am Perez, C                     61-2302     10220 WThF          8:00am - 12:00pm      Hernandez, C               HOSP
                                                                                                       10340 TWTh         10:30am - 1:10pm Peng, G                        61-2414      and WThF         12:30pm - 2:30pm       Hernandez, C               HOSP
                                                                                                       10341 TWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm Tamayo, S                     61-3311    10221 WThF          8:00am - 12:00pm      Meggelin, N                HOSP
                                                                                                                                                                                       and WThF         12:30pm - 2:30pm       Meggelin, N                HOSP
                                                                                                       n MATH 160 — Precalculus Mathematics                                4.0 Units 10222 WThF          8:00am - 12:00pm      STAFF                      HOSP
                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC     and WThF         12:30pm - 2:30pm       STAFF                      HOSP
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: MATH 150, or qualifying score on current department place-
                                                                                                       ment test.                                                                                               MICROBIOLOGY
                                                                                                       Prepares students for the calculus sequence.

                                                                                                       10342 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Mc Donald, C                   61-2319
 n MICR 22 — Microbiology                                        4.0 Units
                                                                                                       10343 MTWTh           4:10pm - 6:50pm Sholars, J                      61-2315                                             Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                                                                                     Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40
                                                                                                       n MATH 180 — Calculus and Analytic Geometry                         4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: BIOL 1, BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: MATH 160 or qualifying score on current department place-       Fundamental concepts of microbiology including viruses, bacteria, fungi,
                                                                                                       ment test                                                                     protozoa and parasitic worms.
                                                                                                       Introduction to differential and integral calculus with applications.         10291 MTWTh          8:00am - 10:05am Anderson, C               60-2506
                                                                                                                                                                                       and MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Anderson, C                   7-1104
                                                                                                       10344 MTTh           11:20am - 3:00pm Griffith, H                   61-2302
                                                                                                                                                                                     10293 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Anderson, C                   7-1104
                                                                                                       10345 MTWTh           7:00pm - 9:40pm Sholars, J                      61-2315
                                                                                                                                                                                       and MTWTh          1:20pm - 3:25pm STAFF                      60-2506
                                                                                                                 MENTAL HEALTH/PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN                                                                 MUSIC
                                                                                                       n MENT 40 — Introduction to Interviewing and Counseling      3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                     n MUS 7 — Fundamentals of Music                                  3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                            Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                       10210 MT          11:00am - 3:15pm Meggelin, N               67A-233
                                                                                                                                                                                     Music notation and the elements of music for non-music majors. Topics
                                                                                                       n MENT 58D — Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing                   4.0 Units    include pitch, rhythm, intervals and chords.
                                                                                                                        and Pharmacology for Psychiatric Technicians                 10014 MTWTh          8:00am - 10:05am Cahueque, D                 2-M119
                                                                                                                                                                Degree Applicable    10015 MTWTh         10:30am - 12:35pm Cahueque, D                 2-M119
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: MENT 56, MENT 56L
                                                                                                                                                                                     n MUS 12 — History of Jazz                                        3.0 Units
                                                                                                       Corequisite: MENT 58L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                       Examines disease processes affecting body systems, etiology, nursing
                                                                                                                                                                                     Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                                       care; study of drugs, administration; dose calculations.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Survey of jazz as a significant American art form.
                                                                                                       10211 MT              8:00am - 11:00am Gonzalez, G               67A-205
                                                                                                         and MT            12:00pm - 3:00pm Gonzalez, G                 67A-205      10016 MTW               1:20pm - 4:00pm Stier, G                   2-M107
                                                                                                       10212 MT              8:00am - 11:00am Reyes, M                   67A-215     n MUS 13 — Introduction to Music Appreciation                   3.0 Units
                                                                                                         and MT            12:00pm - 3:00pm Nixon, B                     67A-215                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                       n MENT 58L — Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing                    1.5 Units   A survey of western music through the present with some examples of
                                                                                                                    for Psychiatric Technicians Clinical                             influences from non-western cultures.
                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable     10017 MTW          10:30am - 1:10pm Worsley, M                   2-M107
                                                                                                       (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                          10018 MTW           7:00pm - 9:40pm Zeidel, S                    2-M107
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: MENT 56 and MENT 56L                                        n MUS 15 — Rock Music History and Appreciation                      3.0 Units
                                                                                                       Corequisite: MENT 58D                                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                       10213 WTh            7:00am - 12:00pm     Reyes, M                 HOSP (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)

                                                                                                         and WTh          12:30pm - 3:30pm       Reyes, M                 HOSP
 Historical survey of rock music from its beginnings in the early 50’s to the
                                                                                                       10214 WTh            7:00am - 12:00pm     Gonzalez, G              HOSP present.
                                                                                                         and WTh          12:30pm - 3:30pm       Gonzalez, G              HOSP
                                                                                                                                                                          HOSP 10019 MTW               7:30am - 10:10am Chevalier, J                  2-M109
                                                                                                       10215 WTh            7:00am - 12:00pm     Rudd, T
                                                                                                                                                                          HOSP 10020 MTWTh             8:00am - 10:05am Cahow, M                      2-M104
                                                                                                         and WTh          12:30pm - 3:30pm       Rudd, T
                                                                                                                                                                          HOSP 10444 MTW              10:30am - 1:10pm Chevalier, J                   2-M109
                                                                                                       10216 WTh            7:00am - 12:00pm     Sanchez, A
                                                                                                                                                                          HOSP 10021 MTW               4:10pm - 6:50pm Carroll, D                     2-M104
                                                                                                         and WTh          12:30pm - 3:30pm       Sanchez, A
                                                                                                                                                                                 10022 MTW             7:00pm - 9:40pm Carroll, D                     2-M104
                                                                                                       n MENT 70 — Introduction to Psychiatric Technology              1.5 Units
                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable                          NUTRITION AND FOOD
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: Admission to Psychiatric Technician Program
                                                                                                       Corequisite: MENT 70L                                                     n NF 10 — Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness                3.0 Units
                                                                                                       10217 MT             8:00am - 10:15am Meggelin, N               67A-233                                                         Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                                       10218 MT             8:00am - 10:15am Hernandez, C              67A-225 Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                                                                                                                 Basic principles of nutrition and its relationship to optimum health. 

                                                                                                                                                                                 Course is intended for non-health science majors.

                                                                                                                                                                                 10135 TWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Cammayo, C                       19B-9




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                                                                                                                 PHILOSOPHY
                                                                                 n PHIL 3 — Logic in Practice                                          3.0 Units




                                                                                                                                                                      CREDIT: NUTRITION & FOOD / PHILOSOPHY
                                                                                                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                 Teaches sound thinking, constructing and analyzing inductive and deduc-
                                                                                 tive arguments, and avoiding fallacious reasoning.
                                                                                 10121 TWTh              7:30am - 10:10am Wolde-Yohannes, S 26D-2230
                                                                                 10120 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Mc Gruder, C                     26D-2240
                                                                                 10240               arrange         9 hours Mc Gruder, C                  ONLINE
                                                                                 NOTE: CRN 10240 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                 How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mtsac.
                                                                                         edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may
                                                                                         not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL
                                                                                         course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                 Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@
                                                                                         mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
                                                                                         MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                 Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                         commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                         mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                 10241               arrange         9 hours Mc Gruder, C                  ONLINE
                                                                                 NOTE: CRN 10241 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
                                                                                 How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mtsac.
                                                                                         edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may
                                                                                         not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL
                                                                                         course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                 Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@
                                                                                         mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
                                                                                         MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                 Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
n NF 25 — Essentials of Nutrition                                  3.0 Units             commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC               mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                 n PHIL 5 — Introduction to Philosophy                                 3.0 Units
Scientific concepts of nutrition relating to the function of nutrients.
                                                                                                                                    Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
Course is appropriate for health science majors.
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
10136 TWTh              1:20pm - 4:00pm Buzby, L                         19B-7
10137 T                 4:10pm - 6:50pm Darke, T                         19B-7   Explores basic issues in ethics, social philosophy, metaphysics, episte-
                and arrange        6 hours Darke, T                     ONLINE   mology, and contemporary philosophy.
NOTE: CRN 10137 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class.            10122 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Ramal, R                    26D-2230
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                  10242               arrange        9 hours Lane, D                   ONLINE
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the       NOTE: CRN 10242 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
        Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:         How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If               sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses
        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                   may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate
        starts, contact the professor.                                                  your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the
Professor contact info: Email Professor Darke at either: TDarke@mtsac.                  professor.
        edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMt-             Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu,
        SAC Portal.                                                                     through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                   Portal.
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.             Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
10138 T                 7:00pm - 9:40pm Darke, T                         19B-7          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                and arrange        6 hours Darke, T                     ONLINE   10243               arrange        9 hours Lane, D                   ONLINE
NOTE: CRN 10138 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class.            NOTE: CRN 10243 is a Distance Learning Online Class.
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning                  How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
        Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the              sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses
        Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:                may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate
        Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If               your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the
        you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term                   professor.

        starts, contact the professor.
                                          Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu,
Professor contact info: Email Professor Darke at either: TDarke@mtsac.                  through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC
        edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMt-                    Portal.

        SAC Portal.
                                                             Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                   commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                    mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
	
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
	




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                                                                      n PHIL 8 — Critical Thinking                                           3.0 Units                            PHYSICAL SCIENCE
                                                                                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      The effective use of critical thinking in daily life, including constructing       n PHSC 7 — Physical Science                                       3.0 Units
CREDIT: PHILOSOPHY / PHYSICAL SCIENCE / PHYSICS / POLITICAL SCIENCE



                                                                      good arguments and recognizing and avoiding fallacies.                                                                            Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      10123 TWTh            1:20pm - 4:00pm Lloyd, A                        26D-2240     Designed for the non-science major. A primarily non-mathematical, con-
                                                                                                                                                         ceptual approach to principles of physics and chemistry.
                                                                      n PHIL 12 — Ethics                                                   3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                         10387 MTWTh          9:00am - 11:15am Schnurbusch, K              60-1503
                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A                                              n PHSC 7L — Physical Science Laboratory                            1.0 Unit
                                                                      Critical examination of moral choice by studying major ethical theories                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      and their application to moral issues.                                             Corequisite: PHSC 7
                                                                      10124 TWTh              1:20pm - 4:00pm Park, J                  26D-2230          Lab topics parallel the course content of PHSC 7.

                                                                                                                                                         10388 MTWTh          11:45am - 2:00pm Schnurbusch, K              60-1503

                                                                      n PHIL 15 — Major World Religions                                    3.0 Units
                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                                                                                                                         PHYSICS
                                                                      Examines history, doctrines, and practices of the major world religions            n PHYS 2AG — General Physics                                      4.0 Units
                                                                      including those of East Asia, India, and the Middle East.                                                                         Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      10125 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Haney, R                     26A-1690       Prerequisite: MATH 150
                                                                      10247               arrange        9 hours Diem, A                    ONLINE
                                                                      NOTE: CRN 10247 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                               Basic principles of physics. Mechanics, heat, fluids, and wave motion.
                                                                                                                                                         Includes laboratory.
                                                                      How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
                                                                              sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses            10389 MTWTh           9:00am - 11:15am Rickard, M                 60-1620
                                                                              may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate       and MTWTh          11:30am - 1:45pm Rickard, M                  60-1620
                                                                              your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the
                                                                              professor.                                                                                          POLITICAL SCIENCE
                                                                      Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac.edu,
                                                                              through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC                  n POLI 1 — Political Science                                    3.0 Units
                                                                              Portal.                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                      Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course              Principles and problems of government with particular emphasis on the
                                                                              commitment and student expectations described at http://www.               national government of the U.S.
                                                                              mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                  10099 TWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Trull, S                26D-G210
                                                                      10248               arrange        9 hours Diem, A                    ONLINE       10100 TWTh           7:30am - 10:10am Stone, J               26D-G290
                                                                      NOTE: CRN 10248 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                               10101 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Trull, S                 26D-G210
                                                                                                                                                         10102 TWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Stone, J                26D-G290
                                                                      How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
                                                                                                                                                         10103 TWTh           1:20pm - 4:00pm Trull, S                 26D-G210
                                                                              sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses
                                                                              may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate     n POLI 25 — Politics of the Mexican American                      3.0 Units
                                                                              your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                              professor.                                                                 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                      Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac.edu,           Our nation’s politics and the Chicano community’s reaction to effects of
                                                                              through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC                  national, state and local governments on its population.
                                                                              Portal.
                                                                                                                                                         10104 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Santillan, R             26D-G411
                                                                      Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course              10105 TWTh              1:20pm - 4:00pm Santillan, R            26D-G411
                                                                              commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                              mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/




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                              PSYCHOLOGY                                          n R-TV 100 — Work Experience in Film and Television               1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable
n PSYC 1A — Introduction to Psychology                              3.0 Units     (May be taken four times for credit)




                                                                                                                                                                  CREDIT: PSYCHOLOGY / RADIO - TELEVISION / RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC       Prerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from among the fol-
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                             lowing: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, 21, 22, 23, taken at Mt. San Antonio
Scientific study of the basic principles underlying behavior and cognition.       College. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the
10115 MTW               7:30am - 10:10am Laub, K                    26A-2670      college catalog.
10116 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Joneja, K                    26A-2891      Provides students with credit for on-the-job experience in the film and
10117               arrange        9 hours Kolchakian, M              ONLINE      television industry.

NOTE: CRN 10117 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                              10023               arrange 12.5 hours Trujillo, T                     6-168

On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus.
                                                                                  n R-TV 100 — Work Experience in Film and Television              2.0 Units
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.                                                                         Degree Applicable
        mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some
        courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you can-     (May be taken four times for credit)
        not locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts,            (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
        contact the professor.                                                    Prerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from among the fol-
Professor contact info: Email Professor Kolchakian at either: mkolchaki-          lowing: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, 21, 22, 23, taken at Mt. San Antonio
        an@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms              College. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the
        at MyMtSAC Portal.                                                        college catalog.
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course             Provides students with credit for on-the-job experience in the film and
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.              television industry.
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                 10012               arrange    25 hours Smith, D                       6-168
10249               arrange        9 hours Louie, C                   ONLINE      10024               arrange    25 hours Trujillo, T                    6-168
NOTE: CRN 10249 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                              n R-TV 100 — Work Experience in Film and Television              3.0 Units
On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus.                                                                                           Degree Applicable
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.                (May be taken four times for credit)
        mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some                 Prerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from among the fol-
        courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you can-     lowing: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, 21, 22, 23, taken at Mt. San Antonio
        not locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts,            College. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the
        contact the professor.                                                    college catalog.
Professor contact info: Email Professor Louie at either: clouie@mtsac.edu,        Provides students with credit for on-the-job experience in the film and
        through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MyMtSAC
                                                                                  television industry.
        Portal.
                                                                                  10013               arrange 37.5 hours Smith, D                        6-168
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
        commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
        mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                                      RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
n PSYC 5 — Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving                3.0 Units   n RAD 50 — Radiologic Technology                                  3.0 Units
                                                       Degree Applicable, CSU                                                         Degree Applicable, CSU
The nature of critical thinking, self-regulation in the thinking process; ap-     Prerequisite: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program and CHEM
plication of critical thinking to specific areas.                                 10
10118 TWTh              7:00pm - 9:40pm Bower, J                     26A-2821     Radiation protection, darkroom techniques, x-ray production, and produc-
                                                                                  tion of the radiograph in the hospital environment.
n PSYC 26 — Psychology of Sexuality                                 3.0 Units     10223 MW              9:30am - 1:45pm Engisch, P                       67A
                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68                                             n RAD 54 — Techniques of Radiologic Technology                    3.0 Units
Explores the factors involved in establishing and maintaining intimate                                                                Degree Applicable, CSU
sexual relationships.                                                             (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
10119 TWTh              7:00pm - 9:40pm Martin, G                 26A-2831        Prerequisite: RAD 62A
                                                                                  Practical experience in an affiliated hospital. Emphasis on skull, portable,
                          RADIO - TELEVISION                                      and surgical radiographic procedures.

                                                                                  10224 MWF             8:00am - 4:30pm Neel, M                          HOSP

n R-TV 01 — Introduction to Broadcasting                           3.0 Units
                                                     Degree Applicable, CSU       n RAD 57 — Techniques of Radiologic Technology                    4.5 Units
                                                                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
Film and electronic media industries. Includes cultural, historical, social, 

legal and economic issues.
                                                     Prerequisite: RAD 64
10010 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Smith, D                          6-182
 Practical experience in an affiliated hospital. Pararadiological imaging
                                                                                modalities and venipuncture instruction.

n R-TV 06 — Broadcast Traffic Reporting                               1.5 Units 10225 MTWThF          8:00am - 4:30pm Mc Laughlin, D                    HOSP

                                                           Degree Applicable
Corequisite: R-TV 01 (may have been taken previously)                           n RAD 91 — Nursing Procedures in Radiologic Technology               1.5 Units
                                                                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU
Preparation and delivery of traffic reports for radio and television.
                                                                                Corequisite: RAD 50
10011 TW                1:20pm - 3:20pm Trujillo, T                      6-182
                                                                                Patient care management, patient transfer, sterilization, isolation tech-
                                                                                niques, monitoring vital signs, and medical equipment.
                                                                                10226 TTh             8:00am - 9:09am Orr, J                         67A-123
                                                                                  and TTh             9:10am - 12:30pm Romero, O                     67A-123



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                                                                                                                                    READING                                        n RESD 57B — Special Procedures for Respiratory Care             1.5 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prerequisite: RESD 51B
CREDIT: READING / RESPIRATORY THERAPY / SERVICE LEARNING / SIGN LANGUAGE, INTERPRETING / SOCIOLOGY



                                                                                                                                                                                   Corequisite: RESD 56A
                                                                                                                                                                                   Basic application and skills development in respiratory pharmacology,
                                                                                                                                                                                   bronchoscopy, and blood drawing and analysis.
                                                                                                                                                                                   10230 M             12:00pm - 4:30pm Wiesner, M                  67A-138

                                                                                                                                                                                                            SERVICE LEARNING
                                                                                                                                                                                   n SL 2 — Linked Service Learning                                  1.0 Unit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                                                                                                                   (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)
                                                                                                                                                                                   Linked with specific courses across the curriculum. Career exploration
                                                                                                                                                                                   and service opportunities related to linked course.
                                                                                                                                                                                   10346              arrange     18 hours Sherwood, K                    67A
                                                                                                                                                                                           3 Weeks, Week beginning 07/16/2012 ending 08/05/2012

                                                                                                                                                                                                    SIGN LANGUAGE, INTERPRETING
                                                                                                                                                                                   n SIGN 101 — American Sign Language 1                         4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                                                                                   Fundamentals of American Sign Language including intensive work on
                                                                                                                                                                                   comprehension skills and modeling grammatical structures.
                                                                                                                                                                                   10091 TWTh          7:30am - 11:10am Stuard, B                  66-201
                                                                                                                                                                                   n SIGN 102 — American Sign Language 2                            4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prerequisite: SIGN 80 or SIGN 101 or equivalent fluency
                                                                                                                                                                                   Further study of fundamentals of American Sign Language as well as
                                                                                                                                                                                   exposure to Deaf culture.
                                                                                                                                                                                   10092 TWTh           7:30am - 11:10am Dorough, G                  66-205

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SOCIOLOGY
                                                                                                     n READ 80 — Developing Reading Comprehension                    3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                         Not Degree Applicable     n SOC 1 — Sociology                                               3.0 Units
                                                                                                     (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                                                         Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: READ 70 or satisfactory score on reading placement test         Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
                                                                                                     Further development of reading comprehension and vocabulary strategies.
      Study of human relations and social structure emphasizing the interaction
                                                                                                     Develops self-awareness of reading capabilities.
                             between the individual, culture and society.
                                                                                                     10290 MTWTh          8:00am - 10:05am Gonzales, B                    6-132
   10252 TWTh              7:30am - 10:10am Medina, D                26D-2491
                                                                                                                                                                                   10292 TWTh            10:30am - 1:10pm Lukenbill, C               26A-3630
                                                                                                     n READ 90 — Preparing for College Reading                       3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                   10253	 T	      06/26	 7:00pm	 -	 8:05pm	 Gallarde,	M	              26D-2491
                                                                                                                                                             Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                                                                                                   and arrange        9 hours Gallarde, M              ONLINE
                                                                                                     (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                          NOTE: CRN 10253 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: READ 80 or satisfactory score on reading placement test         Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If
                                                                                                     Prepares students for college textbook reading. Emphasizes vocabulary                student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor
                                                                                                     and college level text analysis and comprehension.                                   before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.
                                                                                                     10285 MTWTh            8:00am - 10:05am Cevallos-Castaneda, S        6-131    Other Course Requirements: Final exam on campus.
                                                                                                     10286 MTWTh          10:30am - 12:35pm Cevallos-Castaneda, S         6-131    How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
                                                                                                     10287 MTW              4:10pm - 6:50pm Silva, L                      6-131           Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the
                                                                                                     10288 MTW              7:00pm - 9:40pm Silva, L                      6-131           Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:
                                                                                                                                                                                          Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If
                                                                                                                           RESPIRATORY THERAPY                                            you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term
                                                                                                                                                                                          starts, contact the professor.
                                                                                                     n RESD 56A — Techniques of Respiratory Therapy                   2.5 Units    Professor contact info: Email Professor Gallarde at either: mgallarde@
                                                                                                                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU            mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
                                                                                                     (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                 MyMtSAC Portal.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite: RESD 51B                                                        Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course
                                                                                                     Corequisite: RESD 57B                                                                commitment and student expectations described at http://www.
                                                                                                     Clinical practice in intensive care and mechanical ventilator procedures in          mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
                                                                                                     the treatment of adult and pediatric patients.
                                                                                                     10227                arrange 23.83 hours Coreas, K                   HOSP
                                                                                                     10228                arrange 23.83 hours Coreas, K                   HOSP
                                                                                                     10229                arrange 23.83 hours Coreas, K                   HOSP




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10250              arrange      9 hours Medina, D                    ONLINE
NOTE: CRN 10250 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                                                               SPANISH
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
                                                                                   n SPAN 1 — Elementary Spanish                                      4.0 Units




                                                                                                                                                                  CREDIT: SOCIOLOGY / SPANISH / SPEECH / WELDING
       sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses
       may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate                                                      Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
       your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the             Develops the ability to converse, read, and write in Spanish. Intended for
       professor.                                                                  students without previous exposure to Spanish.
Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@                 10093 MTW             7:30am - 11:10am Howell, L                  26B-3561
       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at                10094 MTW            11:20am - 3:00pm Howell, L                   26B-3561
       MyMtSAC Portal.                                                             n SPAN 11 — Spanish for the Spanish Speaking                      4.0 Units
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                                                             Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                Focuses on developing vocabulary, improving orthography, and use of
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                   grammatical structures, both oral and written for Spanish-speaking
10251              arrange      9 hours Medina, D                    ONLINE        students. Class conducted in Spanish.
NOTE: CRN 10251 is a Distance Learning Online Class.                               10095 MTW          11:20am - 3:00pm Villarreal Salgado, G          66-248
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through http://myportal.mt-
       sac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses
       may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate
                                                                                                                   SPEECH
       your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term starts, contact the
       professor.                                                                  n SPCH 1A — Public Speaking                                       4.0 Units
                                                                                                                                  Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@
       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at                Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
       MyMtSAC Portal.                                                             Conducting and evaluating research, organizing and writing outlines,
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course              delivering speeches; introduction to rhetorical principles.
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                10031 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Mallard, J            26D-G280
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                   10032 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Buckalew, J            26A-1891
                                                                                   10033 MTWTh             7:30am - 10:10am Musallet, O           26D-G481
n SOC 5 — Introduction to Criminology                                  3.0 Units   10034 MTWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Eastman, R               26A-1891
                                                   Degree Applicable, CSU, UC      10035 MTWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Hsieh, M                26D-G481
A scientific analysis of violations of societal rules of behavior that are         10036 MTWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Castello, A              26A-1881
formally defined as crime and delinquency.                                         10037 TWTh             11:20am - 3:00pm Nafzgar, S              26A-2620
                                                                                   10038 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Eastman, R              26A-1891
10254 T        06/26 10:30am - 1:10pm Gallarde, M                    26D-2491
                                                                                   10039 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Vitullo, J             26D-G280
                and arrange       9 hours Gallarde, M                   ONLINE
                                                                                   10040 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Farschman, K            26A-2610
NOTE: CRN 10254 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class.
                                                                                   10041 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Archibald, J            26A-1881
Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If            10042 MTWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Hsieh, M               26D-G481
       student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor           10043 MTWTh             4:10pm - 6:50pm Vitullo, J              26D-G280
       before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.               10044 MTWTh             7:00pm - 9:40pm Nahabedian, S           26D-G481
Other Course Requirements: Final exam on campus.                                   10045 MTWTh             7:00pm - 9:40pm Rietveld, L              26A-1891
How to Begin Course: Log into Moodlerooms through the eLearning
       Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the          n SPCH 1AH — Public Speaking - Honors                            4.0 Units
       Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE:                                                          Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
       Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If           Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program
       you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when the term               An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not
       starts, contact the professor.                                              receive credit for both SPCH 1A and SPCH 1AH.
Professor contact info: Email Professor Gallarde at either: mgallarde@             10047 MTWTh          10:30am - 1:10pm Archibald, J             26D-1411
       mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at
       MyMtSAC Portal.                                                             n SPCH 26 — Interpersonal Communication                           3.0 Units
Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course                                                             Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
       commitment and student expectations described at http://www.                Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68
       mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/                                   Enhances ability to communicate on a one-to-one basis. Emphasis on
10128 TWTh             1:20pm - 4:00pm Phillips, K                   26A-1690      family, social and professional settings.
                                                                                   10046 MTW               7:30am - 10:10am Castello, A         26A-1881
n SOC 20 — Sociology of Ethnic Relations                           3.0 Units
                                                Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                                   WELDING
Examination of ethnic and racial groups in the U.S. and social factors lead-
ing to prejudice, discrimination, and stereotypes.                                 n WELD 51 — Basic Electric Arc Welding                           2.0 Units
10129 TWTh           10:30am - 1:10pm Morales Beasley, S 26D-2431                                                                           Degree Applicable
                                                                                   Advisory: WELD 50
                                                                                   Basic electric arc welding, standard electrodes and alloy electrode selec-
                                                                                   tion, and AWS procedures for certification.
                                                                                   10194 TWTh            6:00pm - 9:30pm Garcia, D                       69-11




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                                                         2012 Summer Distance Learning Program
                                   What is Distance Learning?                                                     Tell me about the Mandatory Orientation Meetings
DISTANCE LEARNING



                                   • It means taking classes that are conducted partially or wholly               • Attendance is essential for your success and required or
                                                                ”
                                     off campus—“at a distance. Students and professors com-                        you will be dropped from the courses.
                                     municate with each other using online and other technologies.                • It’s an opportunity to meet your professors and determine
                                   Online Learning Classes                                                          if Distance Learning is a good way for you to learn.
                                   • Classes are delivered over the Internet, and students must                   • Specific requirements of the courses you have selected will
                                     attend a mandatory on-campus orientation meeting for                           be explained.
                                     each class.                                                                  • At the conclusion of the meetings, you will have begun
                                                                                                                    earning college credit through the Distance Learning Program.
                                   Online-Supported (Hybrid) Classes
                                   • These are similar to online classes but meet on campus for                   For further information, call the Library & Learning Resources
                                     part of the time. The orientation meetings are also mandatory.               Division at 909-274-5659 or send an e-mail
                                                                                                                  to distancelearning@mtsac.edu.
                                   Requirements
                                   • Access to a personal computer with Internet connection
                                     using the latest browsers like Firefox, Netscape Navigator or                   Please go to the following web pages for more
                                     Internet Explorer, and an e-mail address.                                       information: http://vclass.mtsac.edu or
                                   • Attendance at all scheduled on-campus meetings, including                       www.mtsac.edu/college/distlearn
                                     the mandatory orientation meeting.


                                                         2012 Summer Distance Learning Program
                                                                     For complete course information, see the course offerings beginning on page 5.
DISTANCE LEARNING CREDIT CLASSES




                                   Online classes are delivered primarily via the Internet. Online-supported (hybrid) classes are also delivered via the Internet but have several required on-
                                   campus meetings. Students must have access to a personal computer with an Internet connection using the latest browser like Mozilla Firefox, Netscape
                                   Navigator, or Internet Explorer and an e-mail address. Students must access the Distance Learning web page http://vclass.mtsac.edu for instructions.

                                                                                          ONLINE LEARNING COURSES
                                   COURSE                           TITLE                                                               REFERENCE NUMBER
                                   BUSA 11                          Fundamentals of Accounting                                          10167
                                   BUSA 68                          Business Mathematics                                                10168
                                   BUSC 1A                          Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics                            10153
                                   BUSC 1B                          Principles of Economics - Microeconomics                            10154
                                   BUSM 20                          Principles of Business                                              10160
                                   BUSM 51                          Principles of International Business                                10158
                                   BUSM 61                          Business Organization and Management                                10161
                                   BUSM 66                          Small Business Management                                           10159
                                   BUSR 50                          Real Estate Principles                                              10151
                                   BUSS 36                          Principles of Marketing                                             10155
                                   CHLD 10                          Child Growth and Development                                        10170, 10171
                                   CISB 11                          Computer Information Systems                                        10201, 10202
                                   CISB 15                          Microcomputer Applications                                          10203, 10204
                                   HRM 57                           Restaurant Cost Control                                             10181
                                   HRM 66                           Hospitality Law                                                     10182
                                   PHIL 15                          Major World Religions                                               10247, 10248
                                   PHIL 3                           Logic in Practice                                                   10240, 10241
                                   PHIL 5                           Introduction to Philosophy                                          10242, 10243
                                   PSYC 1A                          Introduction to Psychology                                          10117, 10249
                                   SOC 1                            Sociology                                                           10250, 10251
                                                                                  ONLINE-SUPPORTED (HYBRID) COURSES
                                   COURSE                           TITLE                                                               REFERENCE NUMBER
                                   AHIS 1                           Understanding the Visual Arts                                       10231, 10232
                                   CISB 15                          Microcomputer Applications                                          10205, 10206
                                   CISP 31                          Programming in C++                                                  10207
                                   COUN 5                           Career/Life Planning                                                10523
                                   ENGL 1A                          Freshman Composition                                                10233, 10234
                                   ENGL 1C                          Critical Thinking and Writing                                       10235, 10236
                                   ENGL 68                          Preparation for College Writing                                     10237, 10239
                                   HRM 52                           Food Safety and Sanitation                                          10180
                                   MATH 130                         College Algebra                                                     10337
                                   NF 25                            Essentials of Nutrition                                             10137, 10138
                                   SOC 1                            Sociology                                                           10253
                                   SOC 5                            Introduction to Criminology                                         10254

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                 2012 Summer Schedule of Short-Term Classes
                                                                                      10404 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Torres, A                    26A-2891




                                                                                                                                                                  SHORT-TERM CREDIT CLASSES
              AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY                                                 6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
                                                                                      NOTE: CRN 10404 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
n AIRM 72 — Aviation Materials and Processes                          1.5 Units             Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                              Degree Applicable             munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10299). For more
Advisory: AIRM 70B, AIRM 73                                                                 information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
An FAA approved course covering aviation materials, non-destructive test-             10516 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Roderick, E                  26A-3630
ing, basic heat-treating.                                                                     6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
10195 MTWTh            5:30pm - 7:04pm Yost, D                      28B-209           NOTE: CRN 10516 above is designed for students in the AANAPISI
  and MTWTh            7:05pm - 10:30pm Yost, D                     28A-102                 Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
         3 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 07/12/2012                               munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10555). For more
NOTE: AIRM 72 is a Special Approval course. Students are required to                        information, please contact (909) 274-5905.
       attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and                  10553 MW            8:30am - 9:50am Felix, D                     26A-3811
       FAA regulations before registering for this course. Priority for                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
       Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been              NOTE: CRN 10553 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
       processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans’ Affairs before                     Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning
       attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at                   community. This class is linked to Lern 49 (CRN 10277). For more
       909-274-4773 for further information.                                                information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                      10405 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Sanchez, H                   26A-2620
n AIRM 73 — Aviation Welding                                              1.5 Units
                                                                                              6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
                                                               Degree Applicable
                                                                                      NOTE: CRN 10405 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
Advisory: AIRM 70B, AIRM 72 (May be taken concurrently)                                     Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
Theory and techniques of gas and inert gas welding used in aircraft                         munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10083). For more
construction and repair. Required for FAA certification.                                    information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
10197 MTWTh            5:30pm - 7:04pm Sanford, S                         28B-207     10513 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Calzada, S                   26A-3680
  and MTWTh            7:05pm - 10:30pm Sanford, S                            69-10           6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
         3 Weeks, Week beginning 07/16/2012 ending 08/01/2012                         NOTE: CRN 10513 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
NOTE: AIRM 73 is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a               Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
       mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations                 munity. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 10067). For more
       before registering for this course. Priority for Veteran status will only be         information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
       given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC            10514 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Lee, E                       26A-3871
       Office of Veterans’ Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation.               6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
       Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information.             NOTE: CRN 10514 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                                                                            Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                   BIOLOGY                                                  munity. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 10086). For more
                                                                                            information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
n BIOL 50 — Biology Basic Skills                                        .5 Unit       10515 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Perez, A                     26A-3881
                                                          Not Degree Applicable               6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                  NOTE: CRN 10515 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
Basic skills needed for students to succeed in biology. Recommended to                      Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
be taken concurrently with any biological science class.                                    munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10081). For more
                                                                                            information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
10165 MTWTh           8:00am - 10:15am Nguyen, K                 7-1104
         1 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 06/28/2012                         10517 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Ton, C                       26A-3891
                                                                                              6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
                                                                                      NOTE: CRN 10517 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
                                COUNSELING                                                  program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
                                                                                            munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10084). For more
n COUN 1 — Introduction to College                                     1.0 Unit             information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                        Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                      10518 TTh           8:30am - 9:50am Trejo, L                     26B-3551
(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                          6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
Higher education and the college experience including educational                     NOTE: CRN 10518 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
decision-making and educational planning.                                                   Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
10401 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Garcia, C                   26A-2821                   munity. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 10085). For more
         6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012                               information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
NOTE: CRN 10401 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                   10398 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:30pm Maestro, P                  26A-1831
       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-                    2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012
       munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10301). For more                  NOTE: CRN 10398 above is designed for first time freshman students.
       information, please contact (909) 274-5392.                                    10399 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Soto, L                     26A-1871
10402 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Ngo, M                      26A-2831                     2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012
         6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012                         NOTE: CRN 10399 above is designed for first time freshman students.
NOTE: CRN 10402 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge                   10400 MTWTh        10:30am - 12:35pm Burnett, C                  26A-2811
       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning                         2 Weeks, Week beginning 07/18/2012 ending 07/28/2012
       community. This class is linked to Lern 49 (CRN 10273). For more               NOTE: CRN 10400 above is designed for first time freshman students.
       information, please contact (909) 274-5392.
                                                                                      10539 W            10:30am - 1:10pm Flores, J                    26B-3555
10403 MW             8:30am - 9:50am Smith, J                    26A-2871                     6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
         6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012
NOTE: CRN 10403 above is designed for students in the Summer Bridge
       Program. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning com-
       munity. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 10300). For more
       information, please contact (909) 274-5392.

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                                                          ELECTRONICS                                         n KINX 88 — Pre-Season Athletics                                1.5 Unit
                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU
                            n ELEC 91 — Work Experience in Electronics                    1.0 to 4.0 Units    (May be taken four times for credit)
SHORT-TERM CREDIT CLASSES



                                                                                       Degree Applicable      (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                            (May be taken four times for credit)                                              10369 TWTh           6:30am - 10:30am Jackson, C                   POOL
                            (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                            Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated           NOTE: CRN 10369 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Water Polo
                            in the College Catalog                                                                  candidates.
                            Advisory: ELEC 56                                                                 10367 MTWTh          7:00am - 10:00am Bowen, M                       45S
                            Work experience in electronics.                                                           6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10367 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Soccer candidates.
                            10200               arrange 12.5 hours Uranga, J                     28B
                                     6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/27/2012 ending 08/05/2012                     10372 MTWTh          7:00am - 10:05am Goff, M                       50CC
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10372 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Cross Country
                                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE                                             candidates.
                                                                                                              10373 MTWTh          9:00am - 12:00pm Sanchez, J                     45S
                            n EMS 80 — Paramedic Field Externship                                 9.5 Units
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                            Field experience, application of theory and practice in a field setting with
                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10373 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Soccer candidates.
                            emphasis on assessment and utilization of skills.
                                                                                                              10374 MTWTh          9:00am - 12:00pm Dennis, M                     3-1FL
                                                                                       Degree Applicable
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                            (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only)                                              NOTE: CRN 10374 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Volleyball
                            Prerequisite: EMS 1 and Successful completion of Los Angeles County                     candidates.
                            accreditation exam                                                                10375 MW            12:00pm - 6:00pm Green, M                        45G
                            Corequisite: EMS 70 (may have been taken previously)                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                            10209              arrange 47.9 hours Sherwood, K                        FIELD    NOTE: CRN 10375 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Golf candidates.
                                    10 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 09/02/2012                     10377 MTWTh          5:00pm - 8:00pm Rivera, D                 27C-MAT
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                  KINESIOLOGY: ATHLETICS                                      NOTE: CRN 10377 is limited to intercollegiate Wrestling candidates.
                                                                                                              10370 M              6:30pm - 9:30pm Rieben, M                      POOL
                            n KINX 88 — Pre-Season Athletics                                    .5 Units        and TWTh           6:30pm - 9:30pm Ruh, M                         POOL
                                                                                 Degree Applicable, CSU               6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                            (May be taken four times for credit)                                              NOTE: CRN 10370 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Water Polo candi-
                            (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)                                dates.
                            10376 TWTh           7:30am - 9:30am Roberts, R                  2-T121
                                    6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012                                            KINESIOLOGY: FITNESS
                            NOTE: CRN 10376 is limited to intercollegiate Pep Squad candidates.
                                                                                                              n KINF 9 — Conditioning for Sports                               .5 Unit
                                                                                                                                                           Degree Applicable, CSU, UC
                                                                                                              (May be taken four times for credit)
                                                                                                              (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass)
                                                                                                              10378 TWTh           1:20pm - 3:19pm Freeman, C                    3-1FL
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10378 is limited to intercollegiate Men’s Basketball candi-
                                                                                                                    dates.
                                                                                                              10379 TWTh           3:20pm - 5:20pm Crichlow, B                   3-1FL
                                                                                                                      6 Weeks, Week beginning 07/09/2012 ending 08/19/2012
                                                                                                              NOTE: CRN 10379 is limited to intercollegiate Women’s Basketball
                                                                                                                    candidates.

                                                                                                                                          LEADERSHIP
                                                                                                              n LEAD 55 — Exploring Leadership                                3.0 Units
                                                                                                                                                               Degree Applicable, CSU
                                                                                                              Explores leadership theories and models and develops a personal philoso-
                                                                                                              phy of leadership.
                                                                                                              10552 MW             5:45pm - 10:00pm Calzada, S              26B-3551
                                                                                                                       6 Weeks, Week beginning 06/25/2012 ending 08/05/2012




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                       2012 Summer Continuing Education Registration Form
REGISTRATION FORM




                        MT. SAC CONTINUING EDUCATION
                              REGISTRATION FORM




   36               Mt. San Antonio College            ‘12 Summer Schedule of Continuing Education Classes
                                                                                                            Credit: Contents                  Noncredit: Contents

  2012 Summer Schedule of Continuing Education Classes
The Continuing Education Division offers a variety of adult education, personal development, job training, professional




                                                                                                                                                                      CONTENTS
certificate and recreational programs for residents in surrounding communities. The fee-based career and professional
development courses are accessible online at http://feeclasses.mtsac.edu (Schedule of Classes). You may call the
Continuing Education Division office for more information about the fee-based class schedule at (909) 274-4220.

                                                                        CONTENTS
Adult Basic Skills ......................................................... 39     English as a Second Language (ESL) ...................43-44
High School Referral Program................................... 39                  Health Careers ............................................................. 44
Learning Assistance Center ....................................... 40               Older Adult Programs............................................ 45-47
Supervised Tutoring ................................................... 40          Locations of Off-Campus Classes ............................. 48
The Writing Center.......................................................41         Campus Map........................................................... 50-51
Job Training & Vocational Programs ........................ 43                      Continuing Education Program Index....................... 49
 Computer and Networking Technology ................ 43
 Computer Graphics.................................................. 43
 Welding ..................................................................... 43
Disabled Student Programs & Services ................... 43




                Continuing Education Registration Instructions
This section outlines the registration and enrollment procedures for Continuing Education classes, including Adult




                                                                                                                                                                      CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
Education and Adult Basic Skills courses. Please use the Continuing Education Registration Form on page 36. Registration
is continuous throughout the semester, because Continuing Education classes begin and end at different times and for vary-
ing durations.
Enrollment procedures for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are provided on page 43. Please note that Adult Basic
Skills and ESL students must complete the required assessment and orientation process before registering for classes. See their respective
sections for details.


                                                       ADULT ED REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

1. Register In Person                                                                  • Fax the completed form along with your credit card
    Registration is conducted in Building 40, Room 104.                                  payment to: (909) 468-3937.
    Enter campus at the Bonita Ave. entrance off Temple                                • Please allow up to three business days to process 

    Avenue and go north into the campus. The first day of                                fax registration.
	
    registration is May 17.                                                            • You will receive a “Student Schedule Printout” by mail
  Summer Registration office hours:
	                                                    after your registration is processed. All faxed
      MTWTh                          7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
	                             registration forms will be held in the order received and
                                                                                         processed beginning at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, May 17.
Note: The Registration Office will be closed on Independence Day
(Wednesday, July 4).
                                                                                    3. Register by Mail
Optional Job Training                                                                  • Complete all information on the Registration Form
                                                                                         inserted in this Class Schedule. Be sure to include the
and Educational Advisement Service:
                                                                                         class title and reference number on the registration
While registering in person you may want to take advantage 

                                                                                         form.
of advisement service.
	
You can schedule a private appointment by calling:

(909) 274-4845.

2. Register by Fax
    • Complete all information on the Registration Form
      inserted in this Class Schedule, including class title and
      Course Reference Number (CRN).
    • Please include the Adult Education material fees with
      the Registration Form.


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                                                   • Mail completed form:                                         Class Session Changes & Holidays
CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

                                                     Continuing Education Division                                The Continuing Education Division reserves the right to
                                                     Mt. San Antonio College                                      make changes in any class. When enrollment in any class
                                                     P.O. Box 911
	                                               is not sufficient to justify its continuance, the class may be
                                                     Walnut, CA 91788-0911
	                                      terminated. Class dates may change due to instructor/ class-
                                                   • A confirming “Student Schedule Printout” will be             room availability.
                                                     mailed to you after your registration is processed.          Most classes will not be held on District holidays. Additional
                                                     Note: The registration form is included in this Class        holidays may be observed depending upon off-campus class
                                                     Schedule for you. All mailed-in registration forms will      location. Information will be provided by the instructor.
                                                     be held in the order received and processed beginning
                                                     at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, May 17.



                                                                                    ADULT BASIC EDUCATION REGISTRATION PROCEDURES


                                                 1. Complete Assessment Process                                   Support Services
                                                   • Noncredit students, particularly those enrolling in Basic       • Counseling/Advisement Services: The Education
                                                     Skills and Short-Term Vocational programs, must go                Advisement Counseling and Assessment areas provide
                                                     through a skills assessment at the Adult Basic                    students with resources to explore and identify career
                                                     Education Center (Building 30) to determine                       options, practice interviewing techniques, and develop their
                                                     appropriate course selections and to develop an                   communication and study skills. These services are offered
                                                     Individual Educational and Career Plan.                           throughout the semester. Call (909) 274-4845.
                                                   • Students enrolling in ESL and citizenship programs              • Tutorial Services: Tutoring is available both in a classroom
                                                     must be assessed by the ESL Department in Building 66             setting and at the Tutoring Center (Building 6, Room 101).
                                                     (Language Center) to determine language skills and
                                                     English proficiency and to determine the need for
                                                     support services if learning disabilities or special needs
                                                     are identified. (For further registration
                                                     instructions, see the online guide at www.mtsac.edu.)

                                                 2. Sign Up for Orientation
                                                   • Counselors will help students select appropriate
                                                     courses and programs to help students succeed in
                                                     their career of choice. Counseling sessions are
                                                     conducted in multiple languages. To schedule an
                                                     appointment, contact the Adult Basic Education Center
                                                     at (909) 274-4845. ESL students should contact
                                                     the ESL Department (Building 66) at (909) 274-4736.

                                                 3. Register for Classes
                                                   • Students must finish the registration process at the
                                                     Adult Basic Education Center after they have
                                                     completed assessment and orientation.
                                                     Students may register for most classes anytime during
                                                     the semester when space is available within the
                                                     requested class or program.

                                                 Enrollment Fees and Expenses
                                                   • Adult Education courses and programs do not have an
                                                     enrollment fee. However, a material fee may be charged
                                                     for some courses, payable at the time of registration.
                                                     Please see the online guide at www.mtsac.edu for fee
                                                     payment and policies.
                                                   • Parking Fees: Those who wish to park in the regular
                                                     student parking lot need a valid Student Parking Permit,
                                                     which may be purchased at the Bursar’s Office, Building
                                                     9A. Students may park in the pay lots without a Student
                                                     Parking Permit. See see the online guide at
                                                     www.mtsac.edu for general parking information and
                                                     pages XX-XX for parking lot locations.

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    2012 Summer Schedule of Continuing Education Classes
                                                                              the High School Office at (909) 274-4937.




                                                                                                                                                 ADULT BASIC SKILLS / HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM
                       ADULT BASIC SKILLS
                                                                              Athletes	Can’t	Lose	with	WIN
                                                                              The WIN program, a student athlete study center, is
                         Adult Basic Education Center                         specifically designed to:
                         Mt. SAC Campus, Building 30
                         (909) 274-4845                                       •		 Assist student athletes to maintain academic eligibility
                                                                              • Prepare students to transfer to a four-year institution
	                        Office	Hours:
                         MTWTh: 7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                         Please call (909) 274-4239 for further information.
                         Dates: June 25 - August 3, 2012
                                                                              Adult High School Diploma, (909) 274-4937
	   Adult	Basic	Education	Lab	              High	School	Office                Adult students can earn credits toward completion of a high
    (909) 274-4935                          (909) 274-4937                    school diploma under the guidance of instructors, counselors
	   Lab	Days/Hours:	                        Office	Hours:                     and support staff. Coursework is offered in small group instruc-
    MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.            MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.      tion, computer-aided instruction and individual study. A cap
    Dates: June 25 - August 3, 2012         Dates: June 25 - August 3, 2012   and gown graduation is held on the Mt. SAC campus each June
                                                                              to honor students receiving their high school diploma or GED.
The Adult Basic Education Center is committed to providing                    Credits for required courses and/or electives may be awarded
excellent basic skills and workforce preparation training to a                in the following ways:
non-traditional adult population. Students can receive basic
skills assessment and training, career assessment, vocational                 •		 Adult School Courses
training and employment assistance. All services are offered                  •		 Previous High School Courses (accredited institutions only)
at no cost.                                                                   •		 Work Experience (verification required)
                                                                              •		 Community College Credit Courses
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
                                                                              •		 Training Programs (accredited institutions only)
The ABE Lab is available to students on a walk-in basis,
offering:                                                                     High School Referral Program, (909) 274-4937
•		 Courses to strengthen reading, writing, math skills                       Program description and requirements:
•		 Development of skills necessary for the workplace                         •		 Students earn deficient high school credits at ABE Center.
•		 Direct instruction and individualized study plan                          •		 Credits are transferred to their school of origin.
•		 Computer-based instruction                                                •		 Students must obtain a referral form from their high
                                                                                  school counselor.
ASVAB Preparation
                                                                              •		 Parents and students must attend a mandatory
Students interested in entering the military may prepare for
                                                                                  orientation, made by appointment ONLY, which must be
the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
                                                                                  completed prior to attending class.
in the ABE Lab. Students will be pre-tested and prescribed
an individual education plan to cover and assist students in                  Summer Session: 06/18/12-07/26/12
achieving the highest possible ASVAB score.

Computer Literacy/Vocational                                                            HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM
The ABE Lab offers excellent vocational preparation in the
                                                                              Tentative Course Offerings
following software applications:
                                                                              Please contact respective high schools for dates, course avail-
•		 MS Windows XP                                                             ability and registration information.
•		 MS Office XP (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
•		 MS Publisher                                                              ALHAMBRA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
•		 MS FrontPage                                                              Alhambra High School, (626) 308-2342
•		 Keyboarding                                                               Mark Kepple High School, (626) 572-2242
                                                                              San Gabriel High School, (626) 308-2352
GED Exam Preparation
Coursework is offered in the ABE Lab to prepare students to                   BALDWIN	PARK	UNIFIED	SCHOOL	DISTRICT
pass the General Education Development (GED) test.                            Baldwin Park High School (626) 960-5431
                                                                              Sierra Vista High School (626) 960-7741
PSAT/SAT/SAT II/ACT Preparation
                                                                              Bassett High School (626) 931-2800
Prepare for college-bound exams at the Community Education
Center. Long-term preparation is available through the use of                 BONITA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
the most current PSAT/SAT/ SAT II/ACT exam software.
                                                                              Bonita High School, (909) 971-8220
For more information on any of the above programs, please call
                                                                              San Dimas High School, (909) 971-8230

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                                                                                COVINA VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT                               dents are required to present a current student picture I.D. at the
                                                                                                                                                    front desk to access the Lab.
                                                                                Covina High School, (626) 974-6020
                                                                                                                                                    Skills Development
HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM / LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER / SUPERVISED TUTORING


                                                                                Northview High School, (626) 974-6120
                                                                                South Hills High School (626) 974-6230                              Skills Development offers individualized material in the fol-
                                                                                                                                                    lowing subjects: reading comprehension, vocabulary, spelling,
                                                                                HACIENDA/LA PUENTE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT                          elementary math, algebra review, English grammar and study
                                                                                                                                                    techniques (note-taking, test preparation and test-taking).
                                                                                La Puente High School, (626) 934-6700
                                                                                Los Altos High School, (626) 934-5400                                   Study Techniques
                                                                                Wilson High School, (626) 934-4440                                      Improve the following skills: time management and study
                                                                                Workman High School, (626) 933-8800                                     strategies, effective listening, note-taking, informal
                                                                                                                                                        outlining, how to read a textbook, memory improvement
                                                                                POMONA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT                                          principles and test-taking techniques.
                                                                                Diamond Ranch High School, (909) 397-4715                           	 Short-Term	Review
                                                                                Ganesha High School, (909) 397-4400                                     Offers individualized material for students who need a
	
                                                                                Garey High School, (909) 397-4451                                       short-term review of math, reading, English usage and

                                                                                Pomona High School, (909) 397-4498                                      grammar skills.
	
                                                                                Village Academy High School, (909) 397-4900                             Improving Reading Comprehension
                                                                                                                                                        Prepares students for reading college material.
                                                                                ROWLAND	UNIFIED	SCHOOL	DISTRICT                                         Emphasizes the mastery of reading comprehension skills
                                                                                Nogales High School, (626) 965-3437                                     and vocabulary improvement.
                                                                                Rowland High School, (626) 965-3448                                 	 Improving	Writing	Skills
                                                                                                                                                        A readiness course designed to increase the mastery of
                                                                                WALNUT	UNIFIED	SCHOOL	DISTRICT
                                                                                                                                                        basic writing skills to a level which will permit the
                                                                                Diamond Bar High School, (909) 594-1405                                 student to complete college writing assignments.
                                                                                Walnut High School, (909) 594-1333
                                                                                                                                                    	 Math	Skills	Review
                                                                                WEST	COVINA	UNIFIED	SCHOOL	DISTRICT                                     Improves proficiency of computational skills in operations
                                                                                                                                                        involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
                                                                                West Covina High School, (626) 859-2900
                                                                                                                                                        proportions and percentages.

                                                                                            LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER                                                SUPERVISED TUTORING
                                                                                             Building 6, Room 101
                                                                                	            Lower	Level	of	the	Learning	Technology	Center                        Building 6, Room 101
                                                                                             (909) 274-4300
                                        	             Lower	Level	of	the	Learning	Technology	Center
                                                                                             http://lac.mtsac.edu
                                                (909) 274-6605


                                                                                             Center Hours:                                                        Center Hours:

                                                                                             MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.                                         MTWTh: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

                                                                                The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) helps students                 Tutorial Services provides free individual tutoring to stu-
                                                                                succeed in college. The LAC offers courses in basic math,           dents in English, math, and other subjects. Study groups are
                                                                                reading, writing, and study techniques. Services also include       available for a range of courses, including foreign languages,
                                                                                tutoring, a computer lab, and test monitoring. Students             sciences, and nursing. Additionally, Tutorial Services pro-
                                                                                interested in more information should call (909) 274-4300.          vides supplemental instruction in over 20 courses.
                                                                                Registration is accepted any time the LAC is open. Noncredit        Drop-in Tutoring
                                                                                labs carry no units, there are no grades attached and there         Tutors in English and math are on duty during regular hours.
                                                                                aren’t any fees. There is no need to drop this lab if you’re not    Drop-in and appointments for writing tutoring are available.
                                                                                attending as it will not affect your grades.                        Students are encouraged to build study time around their class-
                                                                                Tutoring                                                            es –– ideally with a tutor — into their daily academic schedule.
                                                                                Tutorial Services in the LAC offers tutoring for multiple sub-
                                                                                jects. Please see the section on “Supervised Tutoring” for more     Study Groups
                                                                                details associated with these services.                             Sessions are designed to give students more focused, small
                                                                                Learning Lab                                                        group time with course material. Groups of two or more stu-
                                                                                The Learning Lab is a computer lab available for all credit and     dents are encouraged to keep regular group meetings with a
                                                                                noncredit students. 98 PCs and 48 MACs along with computer          tutor for a maximum of two hours per session.
                                                                                technical assistance and tutoring are available for students.       Register at Tutorial Services counter. For more information,
                                                                                Registration for use of the lab is necessary every semester. Stu-   please call (909) 274-6605.


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                                                                      sequence and may be taken along with level classes as needed.
                   THE WRITING CENTER                                 Courses are offered all year long, including winter and summer
                                                                      intersession. Classes are offered days, evenings and weekends.




                                                                                                                                          THE WRITING CENTER / NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES
                    Building 26B, 1561A                               For more information, please call (909) 274-5235.
	             	     www.writingcenter.mtsac.edu
                    (909) 274-5325                                    Secondary Education
                                                                      The High School Program provides all courses needed to
The Writing Center offers free services to all students who           satisfy requirements for a high school diploma. Students
would like help with writing. Students need to bring a cur-           earning a high school diploma increase future employment
rent MT.SAC ID to access all services.                                and educational opportunities, including college and train-
                                                                      ing programs. Completion of these courses will provide the
Tutoring                                                              student with a high school diploma. For more information,
The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any            please call (909) 274-4845.
course at the College; CRLA certified tutors and at least one ex-
perienced composition teacher are present at all times. Students
can sign up for appointments or drop in for tutoring.
                                                                                     NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                    IN OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING
Workshops
In addition, the Writing Center offers a variety of workshops         California Community College Adult Education Programs are
to help students with common writing issues, such as sentence         authorized to offer short-term vocational programs with high
level errors, thesis statements, essay planning and organization,     employment potential. The demonstration of need to offer
and documentation. These workshops are 60-75 minutes and              these programs within the College service area is determined by
are taught by experienced composition instructors.                    manpower needs projections from the California Occupational
                                                                      Information System (COTS), or surveys of employer needs in
Computer Lab                                                          the Continuing, or state licensing mandates and/or certification.
The Center houses a computer lab that is available for student
use to work on papers, conduct library and Internet research,         What	Are	Occupational	Training	Certificates?
and develop their grammar and writing skills using self-direct-
                                                                      Certificates in a variety of vocational programs are available
ed educational software. Professional software is also on all the
                                                                      through the Continuing Education Division. Many of these
computers to allow students to create presentations. Printing
                                                                      certificate programs mirror those offered through the credit
(including color), scanning, and technical assistance are avail-
                                                                      programs of the College, are favorably recognized by busi-
able as well. A tutor is also available in the lab to help students
                                                                      ness and industry, and are frequently used as a requirement
as they work on their papers.
                                                                      for professional advancement. Classes taken are noncredit,
                                                                      and do not generate college units toward a degree. If a
    NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY                              course needed for certificate completion is not offered in a
                                                                      timely manner, the student should contact the Division office
Basic Skills                                                          at (909) 274-4220. In addition, the course may be taken for
The Basic Skills Certificate of Competency provides courses and       credit and applied to the noncredit certificate. Appropriate
training in skills that will improve opportunities for students to    fees would apply to the credit course.
obtain employment, advance in their careers or prepare for future
advanced academic studies. Students will increase basic skills,       The Continuing Education Division also offers fee-based Cer-
i.e., reading, writing, math and computer skills, and progress in     tificate Programs. These include:
this sequence based on individual needs. Courses are offered          • Bookkeeping Preparation
days and evenings to accommodate work and personal sched-             • CPR and First Aid
ules. For more information, please call (909) 274-4845.               • Make-up Artistry
Career Development                                                    • Medical Insurance Billing Specialist
Career development provides students with information and             • Phlebotomy
guidance on college opportunities, careers and life planning.         • Water Technology
Students can apply skills gained to their current employment
                                                                      Specific certificate content and more information can be
and personal lives and will improve their opportunities to
                                                                      found in the Continuing Education Schedule of Classes each
advance in their careers or transition into a new career. This
                                                                      semester or contact (909) 274-4220.
sequence of courses is offered days and evenings to accom-
modate adults with alternate schedules. For more informa-             How	to	Finish	an	Occupational	Certificate
tion, please call (909) 274-4845.                                     In order for students to receive a Certificate of Completion,
                                                                      the student must do the following:
English as a Second Language
                                                                      • Register and pay material fees, if required, for desired
ESL students are placed within a sequence of courses according
                                                                      classes
to their English abilities. Students progress through this sequence
based on individual need before transferring into credit courses      • Satisfactorily complete coursework, papers and projects,
or employment. Supplemental courses in speaking, writing              take and pass mid-terms and final with the equivalent of a
and vocational language will assist their progress through the        “C” grade as outlined by each individual course syllabus.

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                                                              • When all courses are completed, submit a request to the
                                                              Continuing Education Division Office, building 40.                                     WILDLIFE	SANCTUARY	TOURS
                                                              If any courses for a noncredit certificate program have been
NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES / JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS


                                                                                                                                     Guided tours of Mt. SAC’s Wildlife Sanctuary are
                                                              taken for college credit, students must contact the Continu-           available with advanced notice. The tours focus on
                                                              ing Education Division office, (909) 274-4220, for instructions.       the wonders of nature, exploring water and land
                                                              Certificate criteria will be verified by Continuing Education          ecosystems, studying plant animal habitats, and
                                                              Division staff. If all requirements are met, a Certificate of          observing lake, pond, swamp and stream environ-
                                                              Completion will be prepared and delivered to the student.              ments. There is a 10-person minimum required for this
                                                                                                                                     tour. Due to the enclosed space and narrow pathways
                                                              Getting Help                                                           at the sanctuary, there is a 30 person maximum.
                                                              For more information regarding occupational training certifi-          Tours are available at no cost; however, we would
                                                              cates, please call the Division office at (909) 274-4220.              appreciate a donation to help offset the costs for the
                                                              Educational Advisers are available to assist students with             tour guides.
                                                              Career and Education Planning. During the first week of                    Please contact Campus Events at (909) 274-4794
                                                              registration, they are available in the Continuing Educa-                    to arrange for a tour. Tours are given during
                                                              tion registration area, Building 40, room 104. Times will                         the fall and spring semesters only.
                                                              be posted and students served on a first-come, first-served
                                                              basis. Advisers are also available by appointment through-
                                                              out the semester. Please call (909) 274-4845 to schedule an
                                                                                                                                 Electronics:
                                                              appointment.
                                                                                                                                      Computer and Networking Technology – Level 1
                                                                                                                                      Computer Systems Technology
                                                              The	following	noncredit	certificates	are	offered:                       Electronic Assembly and Fabrication
                                                              Accounting:                                                             Electronic Systems Technology – Level 1
                                                                  Bookkeeping                                                         Electronic Systems Technology – Level 2
                                                                  Computerized                                                        Electronic Technology
                                                                  Payroll                                                             Electronics and Computer-Engineering Technology
                                                              Agricultural Sciences:                                                  Electronics Communications
                                                                  Floral Design                                                       Industrial Electronics
                                                                  Horse Ranch Management                                         Health Careers:
                                                                  Interior Landscaping                                           	 Certified	Nursing	Assistant
                                                                  Landscape and Park Maintenance
                                                                  Landscape Design and Construction                              Manufacturing Technology:
                                                                  Landscape Equipment Technology                                    Manufacturing Technology
                                                                  Landscape Irrigation                                              MasterCAM
                                                                  Livestock Management                                              Parametric Solid Modeling
                                                                  Nursery Management                                                SurfCAM
                                                                  Park Management                                                Office	Technology:
                                                                  Pet Science                                                         Administrative Assistant – Level 1

                                                                  Sports Turf Management                                              Administrative Assistant – Level 2

                                                                  Tree Care and Maintenance                                           Data Entry

                                                              Business Management:                                               	 Office	Computer	Applications
                                                                  Business Management – Level 1                                  Photographics:
                                                                  Business Management – Level 2                                      Computer Graphics Design / Photography
                                                                  Business Management – Level 3                                      Photography
                                                                  Human Resource Management
                                                                                                                                 Welding Technology:
                                                                  International Business – Level 1
                                                                                                                                    Welding
                                                                  International Business – Level 2
                                                                                                                                    Licensed Welder
                                                                  Retail Management – Level 1
                                                                                                                                 	 Welder	with	Concentration	in	Automotive	Welding,	Cutting	and	Modification
                                                                  Retail Management – Level 2
                                                                                                                                    Welder with Concentration in Gas Tungsten ARC Welding
                                                                  Retail Management – Level 3
                                                                                                                                    Welder with Concentration in Semiautomatic ARC Welding
                                                                  Small Business Management – Level 1
                                                                  Small Business Management – Level 2
                                                                  Small Business Management – Level 3




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                      MT. SAC FARM TOURS                                            DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES




                                                                                                                                                                  JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS / DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS & SERVICES / ESL
   A guided tour of the Mt. SAC farm is available with
                                                                                DSPS LRND2
   advanced notice. Each tour is unique and can include
                                                                                High Tech Center Tutorial Assistance
   such animals as sheep, pigs, cattle, horses, llama, emu,                     This class is for students with identified disabilities to utilize adaptive
   miniature horses, zebu (miniature Brahma), and Watusi                        hardware and software in the High Tech Center that will assist them in
   (African longhorn cattle).                                                   succeeding in other courses. Through technology provided by the HTC,
                                                                                student will be given support, additional resources, assistance and
   The tour takes approximately one hour. Please limit the
                                                                                strategies to succeed in their other classes. This class is designed as a
   group size to 60 people (or two classrooms of students).                     transition or resource class for students eligible or nearing eligibility to
   Tours are available at no cost; however, we would                            advancement into other Mt. SAC courses.
   appreciate a donation to help offset the costs for the                       10385 MTWTh                9:00am - 12:00pm Tunstall, C                     16D
   tour guides.                                                                   and MTWTh                1:00pm - 5:00pm       Tunstall, C                16D

      Please contact Campus Events at (909) 274-4794
                           DSPS LRND3
    or the Agricultural Sciences Department at (909) 274-                       Adaptive Academic Preparation
                             4540,
                                             Note: Students must see a Brain Injury Specialist in Disabled Student
                                                                                Programs and Services (DSPandS) and have acquired their injury after
                                                                                the age of 12 in order to be evaluated for the Brain Injury Program prior
                                                                                to registration for this class. This course is designed for students who
                     JOB TRAINING AND                                           have been accepted into the Brain Injury Program at Mt. SAC. These
                                                                                students can benefit from specialized instruction and the use of computer
                   VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS                                          software to improve cognitive skills (attention, memory, reasoning, etc)
                                                                                needed for academic and/or vocational goals.
                                                                                10393 MTWTh                  9:00am - 12:00pm Tunstall, C               16D
                                                                                  and MTWTh                  1:00pm - 5:00pm     Tunstall, C            16D
COMPUTER AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGY
VOC CNT60
                                                                                        ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
A+ Certification Preparation                                                    	            Building	66	(Language	Center),	Lower	Level
Prepares the student and qualified computer technician for the A+ Certifi-
cation Examination. All aspects of the A+ Essentials and A+ Practical                        Mt. SAC Campus
Application test modules will be stressed through both lecture review                        (909) 274-5235
and test simulation software.                                                       www.mtsac.edu/instruction/continuinged/noncredit/esl/
10565 TWTh           6:00pm - 7:50pm Wong, F                     28B-404
                                                                                Our goal is to help you strengthen your English communication
                                                                                skills, assist you with your future career success and support
COMPUTER GRAPHICS                                                               you as a member of the local and international community.

VOC GRP8                                                                        Steps	to	Enrollment	(New	Students):
Digital Media                                                                   1.		Come in person to ESL, Building 66, first floor.
Introductory course for all disciplines interested in learning scientific       2.		 Assessment and Placement — Take an ESL placement
concepts, terminology and basic techniques used to produce digital me-               test to assign the correct course level for your English ability.
dia content. Includes software such as Adobe Photoshop, Apple iPhoto
and iMovie, and computer and other electronic hardware techniques               3.		 Registration — We will register you immediately after your
necessary to acquire, store, edit, transfer or output digital media files.           placement test results. If classes are full, we will add you to a
10540 TWTh           9:00am - 11:00am Mezquita, J                       21-21        waiting list and contact you when space is available.
  and TWTh          11:01am - 2:25pm Mezquita, J                        21-21
                                                                                Thursday testing times are:
                                                                                Morning Classes:                8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
WELDING                                                                         Evening Classes:                4:30 and 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                Check-in begins 30 minutes before each test. Please allow 2
VOC WL51
                                                                                hours for testing, orientation and registration. There will be no
Basic Electric Arc Welding
Basic electric arc welding, weld symbols, standard electrode and alloy          testing on holidays. For registration, call (909) 274-5235.
electrode selection, American Welding Society (AWS) procedure for
certification.                                                                  One	of	the	following	levels	will	be	recommended:
10566 TWTh           6:00pm - 9:30pm Garcia, D                      69-11       Speaking Skills A, B, & C:
                                                                                Listening, speaking, idioms and pronunciation. 

                                                                                For beginning (A), intermediate (B) and advanced (C) students.
	
                                                                                Writing Skills A, B, & C:
                                                                                Reading and writing including basic vocabulary, sentence,
                                                                                paragraph and simple essays. For beginning (A), intermediate
                                                                                (B) and advanced (C) students.


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                       TOEFL Preparation: Helps advanced students to study and

                       practice for the TOEFL Test (computer version) 
                     Health Careers Resource Center Available Services
                       For information call (909) 274-5235. 
                               •		 RN assistance in clinical skills practice and performance
ESL / HEALTH CAREERS



                                                                                                evaluation
                       Citizenship Preparation: Helps students to learn American

                       history/government and prepare for the US Naturalization
            •		 Medical and hospital equipment/supplies/manikins/
                       interview process. For information call (909) 274-5235.
	                simulators/training aides for hands-on demonstrations
                                                                                                and application of basic, intermediate and advanced skills
                       VESL Career Paths
                                                                                            •		 Health Skills Performance Update/Evaluation
                       This program is for advanced-level ESL students who are ready
                                                                                            •		 Clinical simulations for Med-Surg, Psych, OB, Peds,
                       to transition from noncredit ESL to credit and career pathways.
                                                                                                Perioperative, Critical Care.
                       The courses focus on improving English communication, using
                       computers for school and work, and job/education planning            •		 METI Adult, & Child, Infant Human Patient Simulators
                       for the future. Contact the VESL Specialist at (909) 274-5236, for
                       more information.                                                    Required Registration for the HCRC
                       Note: New students can take VESL Career Paths classes in the Fall    HCRC registration is open during the entire semester to
                       and Spring semesters only.                                           current Mt. SAC health career student’s, age 16 years and
                                                                                            older. Prior to utilization of the HCRC, students must
                       Language Learning Center (LLC)
                                                                                            pre-register in the Continuing Education Division Regis-
                       The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers a wide variety of
                                                                                            tration Office, Building 40, Room 104. Registration receipt
                       language learning software, videos, DVDs and recordings to
                                                                                            and current student identification must be brought to the
                       improve listening, speaking and pronunciation skills for the
                                                                                            HCRC on the first visit to complete the registration process.
                       following languages:
                       •		 American Language

                                                                                            Student	Identification
                       •		 Arabic
	
                                                                                            Students must also bring their current MT. SAC PHOTO I.D.
                       •		 Chinese
	                                                        card to the center on each visit. I.D. cards are available for
                       •		 English as a Second Language
                                    $10 at the Bursar’s Office (Bldg 9A).
                       •		 French
	
                       •		 German
	                                                         Hours of Operation
                       •		 Italian
	                                                        June 25, 2012 - August 5, 2012
                       •		 Japanese

                                                                                            Days:     MTW

                       •		 Sign Language

                       • Spanish
	                                                          Times:    10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
	
                       Open enrollment throughout the semester. Open to anyone. 
           VOC HTH05
                       Register at the LLC front desk. ESL students may register in 
       Health Careers Resource Center
                       ESL registration office.
	                                           Provides health occupational students with instructional media and
                       Location:                                                            health-related equipment to practice and improve nursing and other
                                                                                            health occupation competencies.
                                  Learning Technology Center (Building 6, room 264).
                                                                                            10573 Associate Degree Nursing Program
                                  Enter through the south door.                             10574 Continuing Education
                       Dates: June 25 - July 26, 2012                                       10575 CNA / Acute CNA
                       Times: Mondays thru Thursdays:                                       10576 Medical Services - EMT
                                  11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.                                    10577 Mental Health / Psych Tech
                                                                                            10578 Respiratory Therapy
                       Get more information on our Web site at http://llc.mtsac.edu         10579 Radiology
                       or call (909) 274-4580.                                              10580 Phlebotomy
                                                                                            10581 Healthcare Interpreting
                                            HEALTH CAREERS
                                    Health Careers Resource Center                                CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM
                                    Mt. SAC Campus, Building 67B, Room 250                      (CNA) ORIENTATION FOR SUMMER 2012 CLASS
                                    (909) 274-4788                                             A detailed schedule of exact dates and times of classes
                                                                                               will be provided at the orientation meeting. Mandatory
                       The HCRC provides a state-of-the-art learning lab environment to:       Orientation for Summer 2012 class is as follows:
                       •		 develop new health related skills/knowledge                         •		 Tuesday, May 1, 2:00-4:00 p.m. Bldg. 67A-216/206
                       •		 update prior or current knowledge                                   •		 Thursday, May 3, 2:00-4:00 p.m.Bldg. 67A-216/206
                       •		 participate in simulated clinical activities
                                                                                                 To make a reservation, please call (909) 274-4788
                       The center is open to current Mt. SAC’s credit and noncredit
                       health career students.




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VOC HTH01                                                                          VOC ESD02
Certified Nursing Assistant                                                        Production of Boutique Crafts for Retail Sales




                                                                                                                                                                  HEALTH CAREERS / PROGRAMS FOR OLDER ADULTS
Prepares the participant to work in a skilled nursing facility and pass the        Design and production of boutique crafts for the older adult population.
California Long-Term Care CNA exam.                                                Includes marketing, pricing and cost analysis.
10572 See schedule provided by instructor                                          10416 T              9:00am - 12:00pm Edwards, A                       SD
10582 See schedule provided by instructor                                          10415 M              1:00pm - 4:00pm Beightol, D                    IRWN
10583 See schedule provided by instructor
10584 See schedule provided by instructor                                          VOC ESD06
                                                                                   Craft Painting for Business Opportunities
              PROGRAMS FOR OLDER ADULTS                                            Paint on various types of surfaces including fabric glass, wood, tin,
                                                                                   plaster and plastic. Includes product design, marketing and proper use of
                                                                                   equipment and maintenance.
Classes begin the week of July 9, 2012 and end August 5,
                                                                                   10406 T                9:00am - 12:00pm Matte, A                      PATH
2012, unless stated otherwise.                                                     10407 W               12:00pm - 3:00pm Matte, A                         SD
Mt. San Antonio College Continuing Education Division of-
fers classes for older adults on campus and at various senior                      VOC ESD07
and community centers, and residential facilities throughout                       Handcrafted Needlework for Retail Sales and Boutique
the area. Courses in this section are designed and developed                       Needlework techniques including knitting, crocheting, embroidery and
                                                                                   needlepoint for plastic canvas to construct finished products for sale.
to meet the educational needs of older adults. However,
                                                                                   10417 Th              9:00am - 12:00pm Edwards, A                      JOS
persons age 18 or over may enroll.                                                 10418 Th              9:00am - 12:00pm Henry, P                       DBC
For more information call (909) 274-4192.
                                                                                   VOC ESD08
                                                                                   Jewelry Production and Design for Retail Sales
DECORATIVE/HOME AND FINE ARTS                                                      Design and construct wire-worked jewelry using beads and stones with
                                                                                   various methods of wire wrapping, coiling and hammering.
                                                                                   10419 F             9:00am - 12:00pm Paphatsarang, B               SD
OAD FNA03
                                                                                   10420 F             1:00pm - 4:00pm Paphatsarang, B             WALT
Oil Painting
Principles of drawing, design, color and composition for oil painting
                                                                                   VOC ESD10
emphasizing creative skill development for the older adult population.
10512 T             12:00pm - 4:00pm Conte, K                         WALT
                                                                                   Beginning Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales
                                                                                   Introduction to decorative painting and associated mediums for the older
                                                                                   adult population, including painting on a variety of surfaces using tole art
OAD FNA04                                                                          brush strokes used in folk art, stenciling and other design applications.
Watercolor Painting                                                                10421 T               6:00pm - 9:00pm Beightol, D                        IRC
Principles of watercolor painting for the older adult population. Emphasis
will be on creative expression to develop primary skills for watercolor as
                                                                                   VOC ESD11
they relate to composition and technique.
10508 M               9:00am - 12:00pm Williams, A                     JOS
                                                                                   Intermediate Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales
                                                                                   Intermediate tole art brush strokes on a variety of surfaces using acrylic
10509 M               1:00pm - 4:00pm Smith, H                        HERI
                                                                                   paints and associated mediums to create finished products for the older
10510 Th              1:00pm - 4:00pm Smith, H                        DBC
                                                                                   adult population.
                                                                                   10423 Th              1:00pm - 4:00pm Beightol, D                       SD
OAD FNA32
                                                                                   10422 M               6:00pm - 9:00pm Beightol, D                        LV
Drawing - Beginning through Advanced
Drawing while emphasizing the development of perceptual and technical
                                                                                   VOC ESD15
skills. Students will advance their abilities in dry and fluid media while
expanding their use of the formal elements and principles. The develop-            Jewelry / Lapidary Production Design
ment of works of art will utilize observation of single objects, still life,       Jewelry making, stone cutting, polishing and lapidary work for the older
and landscape for representation and expression. Students will receive a           adult population.
supply list at the first class meeting.                                            10424 M             1:00pm - 4:00pm Velarde, M                        HILL
10409 Th                 9:00am - 12:00pm Tucker, R                           LV     and S             9:00am - 12:00pm Velarde, M                       HILL
10408 T                12:30pm - 3:30pm Tucker, R                            DBC

VOC AGR-G                                                                          FITNESS/HEALTH
Home Gardening
Organic gardening, plants, fruit orchards, and traditional gardening for           OAD MOX01
the older adult population, including design, propagation methods, prun-           Healthy Aging
ing and pest control.                                                              Healthy aging, including diet, nutrition, disease prevention, and applica-
10412 W             10:00am - 12:00pm Williams, S                      DBC         tion of physical fitness principles to maintain health while aging.
10410 M               1:00pm - 3:00pm Williams, S                      JOS         NOTE: students are permitted to register for one Healthy Aging course.
10411 T               1:00pm - 3:00pm Williams, S                        LV
                                                                                   10425 MWF              7:30am - 8:30am White, S                        HERI
10413 W               1:00pm - 3:00pm Williams, S                        SD
                                                                                   10426 MWF              8:00am - 9:00am Tamburro, M                   WALT
10414 Th              1:00pm - 3:00pm Williams, S                    WALT
                                                                                   NOTE: Walnut Senior Center: CRN 10426 – May 21, 2012 at 8:45 a.m.
                                                                                   (Monday) Registration cards will be handed out. 70 completed registra-
                                                                                   tion cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must be
                                                                                   present during the registration process and may only register for him or
                                                                                   herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.




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                                                                               LOCATION CODES FOR OLDER ADULT PROGRAM
PROGRAMS FOR OLDER ADULTS


                               BRDG       Bridecreek Retirement Center           IRC        Irwindale Recreation Center               RGNT         Regent Senior Living
                               BRTN       Brighton Gardens                       IRWN	      Irwindale	Senior	Citizens’	Center         SDMS         San Dimas Retirement Center
                               COUN       Country View Retirement Home           JOS	       Joslyn	Senior	Citizens’	Center            SD           San Dimas Senior/Community Center
                               COV-AT     Atria – Covina                         LV         La Verne Community Center                 SDSR         San Dimas Swim/Racquet Club
                               DBC        Diamond Bar Center                     MAS        The Masonic Home                          PLUM         Stanley Plummer Building
                               ESEALS     Easter Seals                           MSAG       Mt. San Antonio Gardens                   VILA         Villa Colima
                               HERI       Heritage Park Community Center         PATH	      Pathfinder	Park	Community	Center          WALT         Walnut Senior Center
                               HILL       Hillcrest Homes                        RAN        Atria – Rancho Park Adult Community       WCSCC	       West	Covina	Senior	Citizens’	Center


                            10427 MWF              8:00am - 9:00am Rohrenbacher, J                  DBC
                            NOTE: Diamond Bar Center: CRN 10427 – May 23, 2012 at 10:00 am.                OAD MOX02
                            (Wednesday). Registration cards will be handed out. 30 completed reg-          Healthy Aging - Principles of Slow Movement
                            istration cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must        Healthy aging, including diet, nutrition, disease prevention, and applica-
                            be present during the registration process and may only register for him       tion of Tai Chi prinicples to maintain health while aging.
                            or herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.        NOTE: students are permitted to register for one Healthy Aging- Prin-
                            10433 TTh              8:00am - 9:00am Tamburro, M                       SD    ciples of Slow Movement course
                            10434 TTh              8:00am - 9:30am Rohrenbacher, J                   LV    10441 Th               9:00am - 11:00am Rafter, J                      DBC
                            10428 MW               9:00am - 10:00am White, S                    WCSCC      NOTE: Diamond Bar Center: CRN 10441 - Principals of Slow Movement–
                            10429 MWF              9:00am - 10:00am Rohrenbacher, J                 DBC    May 24 at 10:30 am. (Thursday). Registration cards will be handed out.
                            NOTE: Diamond Bar Center: CRN 10429 – May 23, 2012 at 10:00 am.                30 completed registration cards will be randomly drawn. Each person
                            (Wednesday). Registration cards will be handed out. 30 completed reg-          must be present during the registration process and may only register for
                            istration cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must        him or herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.
                            be present during the registration process and may only register for him       10443     F             9:00am   -   11:00am Rafter, J                           SD
                            or herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.        10440     W             1:00pm   -    3:00pm Rafter, J                        WCSCC
                            10430 MWF             9:00am - 10:00am Tamburro, M                   WALT      10442     Th            1:00pm   -    3:00pm Rafter, J                           LV
                            NOTE: Walnut Senior Center: CRN 10430 – May 21, 2012 at 8:45 a.m.              10439     T             2:00pm   -    4:00pm Rafter, J                         WALT
                            (Monday) Registration cards will be handed out. 70 completed registra-
                            tion cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must be          OAD MOX04
                            present during the registration process and may only register for him or       Healthy Aging - Principles of Posture and Flexibility
                            herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.           Healthy aging, including diet, nutrition, disease prevention, and applica-
                            10460 MWF             9:00am - 10:00am Cridland, P                   VILA      tion of Yoga principles to maintain health while aging.
                            10461 MF              9:00am - 10:00am Beizai, R                     RAN       NOTE: students are permitted to register for one Healthy Aging Prin-
                            10435 TTh             9:00am - 10:00am White, S                       JOS      ciples of Posture and Flexibility course
                            NOTE: Joslyn Senior Center: C RN 10435 – May 22, 2012 at 9:00 am.              10446 TTh             7:30am - 8:30am White, S                         HERI
                            (Tuesday). Registration cards will be handed out. 80 completed registra-       10447 TTh             9:00am - 10:30am Tamburro, M                       SD
                            tion cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must be          10449 Th             10:00am - 11:30am White, S                         JOS
                            present during the registration process and may only register for him or       10450 T              10:15am - 11:15am White, S                     WCSCC
                            herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.           10445 M               3:30pm - 5:30pm Devi, M                        WALT
                            10464 TTh              9:00am - 10:00am James, D                       RAN     10448 Th              6:00pm - 8:00pm Devi, M                           DBC
                            10437 F                9:00am - 10:00am Ledezma, E                  WCSCC
                            10468 F                9:00am - 10:00am Baker, N                     BRDG      OAD MOX06
                            10463 M                9:30am - 10:30am Chou, K                          SD    Healthy Aging - Principles of Aquatic Resistance
                            10469 F                9:30am - 10:30am Stump, C                         SD    Healthy aging, including diet, nutrition, disease prevention, and applica-
                            10432 MW              10:00am - 11:00am White, S                    WCSCC      tion of aquatic resistance principles to maintain health while aging.
                            10431 MWF             10:00am - 11:00am Rohrenbacher, J                 DBC
                                                                                                           NOTE: students are permitted to register for one Healthy Aging -Prin-
                            NOTE: Diamond Bar Center: CRN 10431 – May 23, 2012 at 10:00 am.
                                                                                                           ciples of Aquatic Resistance course
                            (Wednesday). Registration cards will be handed out. 30 completed reg-
                            istration cards will be randomly drawn for each class. Each person must        10451 MTWThF 9:00am - 10:00am Friedman, K                              MAS
                            be present during the registration process and may only register for him       10452 MTWThF 10:00am - 11:00am Friedman, K                             MAS
                            or herself. Students may not register for another student at this time.        10453 MTWTh           4:30pm - 5:30pm Ledezma, E                      IRWN
                            10436 TTh             10:00am - 11:30am Rohrenbacher, J               PATH
                                                                                                           OAD MOX11
                            10438 F               10:00am - 11:00am Ledezma, E                  WCSCC
                            10466 F               10:00am - 11:00am Trimble, J                   SDMS      Fall Prevention - Balance and Mobility
                            10467 W               10:15am - 11:15am Cridland, P                      SD    Addresses, particularly for older adults, the risks and fears associated
                            10465 TTh             10:30am - 11:30am Trimble, J                   RGNT      with falling. Includes setting realistic goals, minimizing environmental
                            10454 Th              10:30am - 12:00pm Rodriguez, L                 PLUM      risks and blance exercises.
                            10462 MF               1:30pm - 2:30pm Trimble, J                    MSAG      NOTE: students are permitted to register for one Fall Prevention - Bal-
                                                                                                           ance and Mobility course
                                                                                                           10457 MF              10:15am - 11:15am Klein, G                      WALT
                                                                                                           10455 Th             11:30am - 12:30pm Trimble, J                      JOS
                                                                                                           10456 TTh              1:30pm - 2:30pm Trimble, J                        LV




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                                                                                 10504     F            1:00pm   -    3:00pm   Baker, N                         COUN
LIFELONG LEARNING                                                                10482
                                                                                   and
                                                                                           M
                                                                                           F
                                                                                                        1:30pm
                                                                                                        2:00pm
                                                                                                                 -
                                                                                                                 -
                                                                                                                      3:30pm
                                                                                                                      4:00pm
                                                                                                                               Beizai, R
                                                                                                                               Beizai, R
                                                                                                                                                                SDMS
                                                                                                                                                                SDMS




                                                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS FOR OLDER ADULTS
                                                                                 10483     M            1:30pm   -    3:30pm   Middleton, M                    COV-AT
DSPS ELL01                                                                         and     M            5:30pm   -    7:30pm   Middleton, M                    COV-AT
Lifelong Learning for the Special Needs Population                                 and     W            9:45am   -   11:45am   Middleton, M                    COV-AT
Eductional activities for special needs students emphasizing physical,           10498     M            1:30pm   -    3:00pm   Walden, C                        BRTN
cignitive, social and emotional skill development.                               10488     T            1:30pm   -    2:30pm   Tamburro, M                       RAN
10459 MTWThF 8:00am - 11:30am Ryan, R                            ESEALS          10481     TWTh         1:30pm   -    3:00pm   Dapello, A                       SDMS
10458 MWF              9:00am - 11:00am Eldred, S                      LV          and     T            7:00pm   -    9:00pm   Dapello, A                       SDMS
                                                                                 10475     W            1:30pm   -    3:00pm   Walden, C                        RGNT
                                                                                 10505     F            1:30pm   -    3:00pm   James, D                        COV-AT
OAD ELL03                                                                        10484     T            3:00pm   -    5:00pm   Velarde, M                       SDMS
Lifelong Learning for Older Adults - Crafts                                      10490     W            3:00pm   -    5:00pm   Dapello, A                       SDMS
Develops creative and artistic skills through visual and fine motor coordi-      10506     F            3:00pm   -    4:30pm   Baker, N                          VILA
nation utilizing various arts and crafts material. Students will learn skills    10502     W            3:15pm   -    4:45pm   Walden, C                         RAN
to make crafts while sharing individual artistic expertise with peers.           10501     T            3:30pm   -    5:00pm   Walden, C                       COV-AT
10470 T                9:30am - 11:30am Beizai, R                       VILA     10479     T            6:00pm   -    8:00pm   Middleton, M                      HILL
                                                                                   and     Th           2:00pm   -    4:00pm   Middleton, M                      HILL
OAD ELL04                                                                        10499     M            4:00pm   -    5:30pm   Walden, C                        BRDG
Lifelong Learning for Older Adults                                               10485     M            5:15pm   -    7:15pm   Caranci, D                        VILA
Improve and/or maintain the mental fitness of the older adult through            10491     W            5:30pm   -    7:30pm   Velarde, M                        VILA
educational activities promoting critical thinking skills. Student will be       10477     M            5:45pm   -    7:45pm   Velarde, M                        RAN
presented with mental exercises and intellectual stimulation to enhance          10494     Th           6:00pm   -    8:00pm   Middleton, M                      RAN
cognitive skills.                                                                10489     W            6:30pm   -    8:30pm   Dapello, A                        RAN
                                                                                 10495     Th           6:30pm   -    8:30pm   Dapello, A                       BRDG
10497 MF              9:00am - 11:00am Rogers, R                        RGNT
                                                                                 10496     S            9:30am   -   11:30am   Middleton, M                     SDMS
10486 T               9:30am - 11:30am Stump, C                        BRTN
                                                                                   and     S            1:00pm   -    3:00pm   Middleton, M                     SDMS
  and T               1:00pm - 2:00pm Stump, C                         BRTN
10500 T               9:30am - 11:30am Walden, C                       SDMS
10476 M              10:00am - 11:30am James, D                         RGNT     OAD ELL05
10478 MF             10:00am - 11:30am Cridland, P                       VILA    Lifelong Learning for Older Adults - Current Events
10480 MF             10:00am - 11:30am Beizai, R                         RAN     Presents current events in a variety of ways to provide education about
10487 TF             10:00am - 11:30am Rogers, R                         RAN     local, national and world issues to promote mental fitness of the older
10492 Th             10:00am - 11:30am Cridland, P                       RAN     adult.
10503 F              10:00am - 12:00pm Baker, N                        BRDG      10472 Th             9:30am - 11:30am Stump, C                     COV-AT
10493 T               1:00pm - 3:00pm Beizai, R                          VILA    10471 W               1:30pm - 4:00pm Stump, C                        HILL
  and Th             10:00am - 12:00pm Beizai, R                         VILA


                                                     LOCATION CODES FOR OLDER ADULT PROGRAM
   BRDG       Bridecreek Retirement Center            IRC         Irwindale Recreation Center             RGNT          Regent Senior Living

   BRTN       Brighton Gardens                        IRWN	       Irwindale	Senior	Citizens’	Center       SDMS          San Dimas Retirement Center

   COUN       Country View Retirement Home            JOS	        Joslyn	Senior	Citizens’	Center          SD            San Dimas Senior/Community Center

   COV-AT     Atria – Covina                          LV          La Verne Community Center               SDSR          San Dimas Swim/Racquet Club

   DBC        Diamond Bar Center                      MAS         The Masonic Home                        PLUM          Stanley Plummer Building

   ESEALS     Easter Seals                            MSAG        Mt. San Antonio Gardens                 VILA          Villa Colima

   HERI       Heritage Park Community Center          PATH	       Pathfinder	Park	Community	Center        WALT          Walnut Senior Center

   HILL       Hillcrest Homes                         RAN         Atria – Rancho Park Adult Community     WCSCC	        West	Covina	Senior	Citizens’	Center





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                                                               Locations of Off-Campus Classes
                                  Atria – Covina                            Irwindale	Recreation	Center              San Dimas Senior/Community Center
LOCATIONS OF OFF-CAMPUS CLASSES



                                  825 W. San Bernardino Road                16053 Calle DePaseo                      201 East Bonita Avenue
                                  Covina                                    (Behind Irwindale City Hall)             San Dimas
                                  (626) 967-9621                            Irwindale                                (909) 394-6293
                                                                            (626) 430-2227
                                  Atria – Rancho Park Adult Community                                                San	Dimas	Swim/Racquet	Club
                                  801 Cypress Way                           Irwindale	Senior	Citizens’	Center        990 West Covina Boulevard
                                  San Dimas                                 16116 Arrow Highway                      San Dimas
                                  (909) 592-9662                            Irwindale                                (909) 592-1430
                                                                            (626) 430-2284
                                  Bridgecreek Retirement Center                                                      San Gabriel Valley Training Center
                                  3601 Holt Avenue                          Joslyn	Senior	Citizens’	Center           400 South Covina Boulevard
                                  West Covina                               815 North Barranca                       La Puente
                                  (626) 332-1135                            Covina                                   (626) 968-8479
                                                                            (626) 966-6378
                                  Brighton Gardens                                                                   Shadow	Oak	Park
                                  1740 S. San Dimas Avenue                  Ladera Serra Park                        2121 Shadow Oak Drive
                                  San Dimas                                 975 Calle Serra                          West Covina
                                  (909) 394-0304                            San Dimas                                (626) 965-0328
                                                                            (909) 394-6230
                                  Citrus Valley Medical Center                                                       Small Business Development Center
                                  (Formerly Queen of the Valley Hospital)   La Verne Community Center                363 S. Park Avenue, Suite 101
                                  1135 South Sunset Avenue                  3680 “D” Street                          Pomona
                                  West Covina                               La Verne                                 (800) 450-7232
                                  (626) 962-4011                            (909) 596-8776
                                                                                                                     Stanley Plummer Building
                                  Country	View	Retirement	Home              La Verne Hockey Club                     245 East Bonita Avenue
                                  824 Cameron                               1861 Puddingstone Drive                  San Dimas
                                  West Covina                               La Verne                                 (909) 394-6290
                                  (626) 962-3511
                                                                            LA	Works	Worksource	Center               Veteran’s	Hall
                                  Descanso Garden                           5200 Irwindale Ave. Ste. B               1550 Bonita Ave.
                                  1418 Descanso Drive                       Irwindale                                La Verne
                                  La Canada Flintridge                      (626) 960-3964                           (909) 596-8726
                                  (818) 952-4401                                                                     (Call City Hall for direction only)
                                                                            Los Angeles County Arboretum
                                  Diamond Bar Center                        and Botanic Garden                       The Village @ Indian Hill
                                  1600 Grand Ave.                           301 N. Baldwin Ave.                      1460 E. Holt Boulevard
                                  Diamond Bar                               Arcadia                                  Pomona
                                  (909) 839-7068                            (626) 821-3222                           (909) 620-0307

                                  East Valley Hospital Medical Center       The Masonic Home                         Villa Colima
                                  150 W. Alosta Avenue/Route 66 Glen-       1650 Old Badillo Street                  19850 Colima
                                  dora                                      Covina                                   Walnut
                                  (626) 852-5000                            (626) 251-2234                           (909) 595-5030

                                  Easter Seals Southern California          Mt. San Antonio Gardens                  Walnut	Valley,	First	Baptist	Church	of
                                  837 West Christopher Street, Suite D      900 East Harrison Avenue                 20425 East La Puente Road
                                  West Covina                               Pomona                                   Walnut
                                  (626) 856-1601                            (909) 624-5061                           (909) 595-0811

                                  El Monte Community Hospital               Pathfinder	Park	Community	Center         Walnut	Senior	Center
                                  1701 Santa Anita Avenue                   18150 East Pathfinder Road               21215 La Puente Road
                                  El Monte                                  Rowland Heights                          Walnut
                                                                            (562) 690-0933                           (909) 598-6200
                                  Heritage Park Community Center
                                  2900 Brea Canyon Road                     Regent Senior Living                     West	Covina	High	School
                                  Diamond Bar                               150 South Grand Avenue                   1609 East Cameron Avenue
                                  (909) 396-5699                            West Covina                              West Covina
                                                                            (626) 332-3344                           (626) 859-2900
                                  Hillcrest Homes
                                  2705 Mountain View                        San Dimas Retirement Center              West	Covina	Senior	Citizens’	Center	
                                  La Verne                                  834 West Arrow Highway                   2501 East Cortez Street
                                  (909) 392-4358                            San Dimas                                West Covina
                                                                            (909) 599-4512                           (626) 331-5366
                                  Inter-Community Medical Center
                                  303 North 3rd Avenue
                                  Covina
                                  (626) 331-7331

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM INDEX
A+	Certification	Preparation ....................................................................................43             Math Skills Review ..................................................................................................40
Adult Basic Education Center....................................................................................39
Adult Basic Skills Lab...............................................................................................39         N
Aquatic Resistance (Older Adults) ............................................................................46                Needlework for Retail Sales (Older Adults) ..............................................................45
Arc Welding.............................................................................................................43
ASVAB Preparation ..................................................................................................39          O
B                                                                                                                               Off-Campus Class Locations .....................................................................................48
                                                                                                                                Oil Painting (Older Adults) ......................................................................................45
Basic Skills ..............................................................................................................41   Older Adult Programs .........................................................................................45-47
Boutique Crafts for Retail Sales (Older Adults) .........................................................45
                                                                                                                                P
C
                                                                                                                                Parking Information...........................................................................................50-51
Campus Map ......................................................................................................49-50          PSAT/SAT Preparation .............................................................................................39
Certificates	in	Occupational	Training ........................................................................41
CNA	(Certified	Nursing	Assistant) ........................................................................44-45                 R
CNA Orientation ..................................................................................................... 44
Citizenship (U.S.) ................................................................................................... 44       Registration Process ...........................................................................................37-38
Computer Graphics ..................................................................................................43
Computer Keyboarding........................................................................................... 44
                                                                                                                                S
Computer and Networking Technology .....................................................................43                      SAT/PSAT Preparation .............................................................................................39
                                                                                                                                Study Techniques.....................................................................................................40
D
Decorative Art Production for
                                                                                                                                T
 Retail Sales (Older Adults).....................................................................................45             Tai Chi Movement (Older Adults) .............................................................................46
Disabled Student Programs & Services .....................................................................43                    TOEFL..................................................................................................................... 44
                                                                                                                                Tutoring .............................................................................................................40-41
E
English as a Second Language (ESL) ........................................................................43
                                                                                                                                V
                                                                                                                                Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) .................................................... 44
F
Farm Tours (Ad) ......................................................................................................43
                                                                                                                                W
                                                                                                                                Watercolor Painting (Older Adults) ..........................................................................45
G                                                                                                                               Welding ..................................................................................................................43
GED Exam Preparation/Testing ...............................................................................39                  WIN Program (Tutoring for Athletes)........................................................................39
                                                                                                                                Writing Center .........................................................................................................41
H                                                                                                                               Writing Skills...........................................................................................................40

Health Care/Careers .............................................................................................. 44           Y
Health Careers Resource Center .............................................................................. 44
Healthy Aging (Older Adults) ..............................................................................45-46                Yoga (Older Adults) .................................................................................................46
High School Diploma Program for Adults .................................................................39
High School Referral Program .................................................................................39
High Tech Center Tutorial/Assistance (DSPandS) ......................................................43
Home Gardening (Older Adults) ..............................................................................45

J
Jewelry/Lapidary Production & Design (Older Adults) .............................................45
Jewelry Production & Design for Retail Sales
 (Older Adults) .......................................................................................................45
Job Training & Vocational Programs ........................................................................43

L
Language Learning Center (LLC) ............................................................................. 44
Learning Assistance Center & Lab ............................................................................40

                                                                                                                                                                    Continuing Education (tuition-free) Classes                                                 49
        LEGEND FOR CAMPUS MAP

Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4                                                                                                                            Student Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67B
                                                          English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D   Maintenance/
   Academic Senate
                                                          Equipment Technology Lab . . . . . . . . . F7             Facilities Management . . . . . . . . . 47              Student Life Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9C
   Administrative Services
                                                          ESL Classrooms . . . . . . . . . 31A/B & 66             Math & Science Bldg. . . . . . . . . . . . . 61           Student Services Center . . . . . . . 9B
   Faculty Copy Center
   Fiscal Services                                                                                                Math Tutoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61         Admissions & Records
                                                          Exercise Science/Wellness Center . . 27A
   Human Resources                                                                                                Mental Health Faculty Offices . . . . . 67A                  ASPIRE (9D)
                                                          Express Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16A
   Instruction Office                                                                                                                                                          Assessment
                                                                                                                  Mountie Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19C
   Mail Center                                            Fashion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19B                                                                Bridge/Learning Communities (9D)
                                                                                                                  Mountie Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9A
   Marketing & Public Affairs                             Foreign Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66                                                                     Career & Transfer Services
   Payroll & Purchasing                                                                                           Music/Dance/Theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2              Counseling Department
                                                          Forensics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D
   Research                                                                                                       Natural Sciences                                             Disabled Student Programs & Ser vices
                                                          Foundation Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12A
                                                                                                                    Division Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61               EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs
48th Agricultural District Office . . . . . F10           Founders Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                                                                                                  Natural Sciences Complex .7, 11, 60 & 61                     Financial Aid
Adult Basic Education Center . . . . . . . 30               President’s Office/Board Room
                                                                                                                                                                               High School Outreach
                                                                                                                  Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19B
Agricultural Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80        Health Careers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67A                                                                   Upward Bound (9D)
                                                          Health Careers Resource Center . . . . 67B              Older Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . 36              Veteran’s Affairs
Agricultural Technology Center . . . . . . F3
                                                          Heating/Air Conditioning . . . . . . . . . 69           Parking Office (Violations) . . . . . . . . . 40          Swine Barn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F4
Animation Drawing Lab . . . . . . . . . 1B-3
                                                          High School Referral/Adult                              Performing Arts Center . . . . . . . . . 2                Teacher Prep. Institute . . . . . . . . . . . 26A
Art Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1A/B
                                                            Diploma Programs . . . 32, 33 & 38A-B                    Box Office
Art Computer Graphics Lab . . . . . . 1B-1                                                                                                                                  Technology & Health
                                                          History/Geography/                                         Dance Studio                                              Division Office . . . . . . . . . 28A/B
Art Gallery/Classrooms . . . . . . . . . 1B/C                Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D         Music Recital Hall
                                                                                                                                                                            Telecommunications . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Arts Division Office . . . . . . . . . . . 16                                                                        Sophia B. Clarke Theater
                                                          Honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26A
                                                                                                                     Studio Theater                                         VTEA (Vocational Technical Ed. Act) . . 40
Auxiliary Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9A       Horticulture Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F1
                                                                                                                  Kinesiology & Athletics                                   Welding/Air Conditioning . . . . . . . . 69
Biological Services . . . . . 7, 11, 60 & 61              Hospitality & Restaurant Mgmt. . . . . 19B                Division Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45            Wellness Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27A
Bookstore (SacBookRac) . . . . . . 9A                     Humanities/Social Sciences                                  Locker Rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27C
                                                            Division Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66                                                                    WIN ( Student Athlete
Box Office (Performing Arts) . . . . . . . . 2
                                                                                                                      Gym . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3    Tutorial Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Bursar’s Office/Photo ID/Permits . . . . 9A               Humanities/Social Sciences . .26A, B & D
                                                                                                                      Field House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50G       Writing Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26B
Business Division Faculty Offices . 18A, B                Information Technology . . . . . . 23 & 23A
                                                                                                                      Dance Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Business Division Office . . . . . . . 17                 Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
                                                                                                                      Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27B    DISTRICT MAP
                                                          Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D
Campus Cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8                                                                   Photographics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
                                                          Landscaping/Irrigation Lab . . . . . . . F2C
Center of Excellence . . . . . . . . . 16-17C                                                                     Picnic Area/Restrooms . . . . . . . . . . F1A
                                                          Language Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11                                                           Planetarium Programs . . . . . . . . . . . 26C
                                                             ESL
Child Development Center North . . . . . 9E                                                                       Prime Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
                                                          Learning Technology Center . . . . . 6
Child Development Center South . . . . 19A                   Campus Events                                        Public Safety (Security) . . . . . . . . . . .23
Child Development Classes . . . . . . . . 19B                Division Office                                      Receiving/Transportation . . . . . . . . . 48
Child Development Faculty Offices . . 18A                    KSAK Radio
                                                                                                                  Regional Health Occupations
                                                             Learning Assistance Center
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                                                                                                                    Resource Center (RHORC) . . . . . . 35
Common Grounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
                                                             Library
Communication Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . 26D                                                                     Science Laboratories Building . . . . . . 60
                                                             Media Services
                                                             Professional & Organizational Dev.                   Science - NORTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Continuing Education Division . . 40
                                                             Tutorial Services/Supervised Tutoring                Science - SOUTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Construction Offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
                                                             TV Production/Broadcasting                           Security (Public Safety) . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9B
                                                          Livestock Pavilion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F9     Shor t Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67A
Disabled Student Services . . . . . . . . . 9B
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