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					                                             Fall of Classes
                                        Schedule 2011
                                                                        Fall 2011 Calendar
    Mission and Values                                       July 11     Sign Up for Orientation All Students

    Napa Valley College, as part of the           July 11 - August 14    Online Registration Begins (Continuing Students)
    California Community College
                                                  July 18 - August 14    Online Registration Begins
    System, provides open access to
                                                                         (Returning & New Matriculated Students)
    higher education.
                                                 August 1 - August 14    Online Registration Begins
    Mission                                                              (New Non-Matriculated Students)

    Napa Valley College engages its              August 1 - August 12    Walk-In Registration (All Students)
    students in high quality programs
    and services that promote learning                     August 12     Last day to File English Challenges
    and personal growth; enhance
                                                          August 14      WebAdvisor Closes at midnight for registration
    academic success and workforce
    development; and prepare life-long                    August 15      Classes Begin
    learners for their roles in a diverse,
    dynamic, and interdependent world.                August 15 - 26     Late Add Period

    Values                                                 August 26     Last day to Add a class

    Napa Valley College is a community                     August 29     Parking Permit Required and Enforced
    of people excited about learning,
                                                        September 2      Last day to Drop without a “W”
    where students are first and
    foremost in everything we do. We                    September 2      Last day to receive a Refund of Fees
    value, model, and encourage
                                                        September 5      Labor Day (Holiday - Campus Closed)
    •   student success
    •   honesty                                        September 16      Last day to Request Pass/No Pass Grading
    •   creativity
    •   integrity                                         October 14     Last day to Petition for Spring Graduation
    •   adaptability
                                                       November 11       Veterans Day (Holiday - Campus Closed)
    •   inclusivity
    •   responsibility                                 November 18       Last day to drop with a “W”
    •   openness to new ideas
    •   respect for others                         November 24 - 26      Thanksgiving Recess - No Classes (Campus Closed)
    •   health and wellness
                                                   December 12 - 17      Final Exams

                                             December 21 - January 3     Fall Recess - No Classes (Campus Closed)

                                                       January 4 -15     Semester Break (Campus Open)

    Student Learning Outcomes

    Upon completion of an organized program of study, students will be able to:

    1. Communicate ideas clearly and concisely in written, oral, and other forms, using a variety of complementary media.
    2. Acquire and critically evaluate information, solve complex problems, and make informed decisions.
    3. Demonstrate interpersonal skills by collaborating and working effectively with people from diverse backgrounds while
       respecting their viewpoints.
    4. Set goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals.
    5. Acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities that are specific to a discipline or career and adapt to an ever-changing
       workforce by managing their own learning.
    6. Act responsibly and ethically as community members, with an understanding of local, national, and global issues.



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To the Napa Valley College Student:

I welcome you to our dynamic college where excellence
in teaching and service to our students are evident every
day.

My classroom visits throughout the year have reaffirmed
my belief in the excellence of community college teaching.
I have found our faculty, whose sole focus is on teaching,
are passionate about their subject matter and gifted in
conveying that material to their students. And our caring
and expert counseling staff takes its role to support our
students seriously. Our student population is excitingly
diverse, and individual students demonstrate a seriousness
of purpose and readiness to be challenged by new ideas
and skills acquisition.

I also decided to become a student myself, and I elected to
enroll in a Spanish class with the goal of acquiring basic proficiency in the language. The first
semester I enrolled in the on-line version of first semester Spanish, and the self-paced language
lab accommodated my hectic schedule. While some students may prefer the classroom for its
lively interactions with faculty and fellow students, I know from personal experience that online
instruction can be an ideal answer for the self-motivated, busy student. In the spring I enrolled
in an in-person Spanish class, and even though I needed a little help from one of our professors,
I was able to give part of my commencement address in Spanish at the graduation ceremony in
May.

And don’t forget the Library Learning Resource Center (1700 Building) where you are able to
receive the tutoring and testing support you need to be successful. Whether working in the
courtyard or the Library café; in the computer lab or study rooms; or taking advantage of the
services in the Writing Center (832), Testing Center (1764) or Math Center (839), you will be
pleased with your experience at Napa Valley College.

Being in the classroom, both as a visitor and as a student, has reminded me of all the joys of
educational pursuit: mastery of new material, progress on life goals, and the pride in oneself
that comes from learning. I invite you to become a student at Napa Valley College this semester.
Speaking from my own recent experiences, I am confident that you will be rewarded for your
efforts, possibly in ways you may not anticipate.
                                                           Napa Valley Community College District
                                                                     Board of Trustees
Sincerely,
                                                          Brenda Knight, President
                                                          Michael Baldini, Vice Presdient
                                                          Bruce Ketron, Clerk
                                                          JoAnn Busenbark
                                                          Thomas Andrews
Edna V. Baehre-Kolovani, Ph.D.                            Bill Blair
Superintendent/President                                  James Holliday, Student Trustee

                                                    Board of Trustees meetings are generally scheduled on the
                                                    second Thursday of the month with public session beginning
                                                    at 6:30 p.m. in the McPherson Administration Building, Room
                                                    1538.
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                  Napa Valley College Foundation


                         Give a
                         Gift of Knowledge
                                                    Scholarships Over
                                                     $200,000 in scholarships
                                                      are distributed annually.
                                                     Unrestricted Gifts
                                                     can be allocated to
                                                     wherever the college
                                            needs it most.
                       2277 Napa-Vallejo Hwy, Napa, CA 94558
                         707-253-3374 nvcf@napavalley.edu
                      www.napavalley.edu/AboutNVC/Foundation




                                    Announcements

    New for Fall 2011
    Textbook Rental Program

    The NVC Bookstore will offer a select list of
    new and used textbooks* for rent.

    Visit the Bookstore for more information or
    see the Bookstore page on the college website
    www.napavalley.edu. Details will be posted when
    available.


    *Rented books must be returned in original condition by the last day of finals week, Dec. 16 or be assessed
    a penalty fee. After Dec. 21, your student account will be charged the price difference between the new book
    price and rental price for any unreturned rented textbook.


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              Schedule of Classes
    Transfer Success Learning Communities




6                      Napa Valley College•www.napavalley.edu• Fall 2011
                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                             Table of Contents
  Phone               Contact Us                                           Course Listings
  253-3005           Admissions and Records………...          8     Accounting…………………………………………..                      30
  256-7434/7437      Assessment/Placement………...           8, 9   Administration of Justice…………………………….             30
  253-3320           Bookstore. ……………………...               19     American Sign Language…………………………….                31
  256-7188           Business/Cashier Office. …………...     19     Anthropology………………………………………...                    32
  253-3050           Career Center/Job Development        19     Arts…………………………………………………..                         33
  253-3046           Child Development Center……...        19     Art History…………………………………………..                     34
  253-3333           College Police…………………..              19     Astronomy………………………….………………..                      35
  253-3040           Counseling………………………                  8, 9   Biology……………………………………………….                        35
  253-3080           Disabled Students Programs &         19     Business………………………………………………                        37
                     Services (Special Services)…......          Chemistry…………………………………………….                       40
                     Fees and Refunds……………….              17     Child & Family Studies………………………………                41
                     Final Exams……………………..                90     Computer Information Systems- Applications………..   42
  253-3020           Financial Aid/EOPS/Veterans..…       19     Computer Information Systems Networks…………..       45
                     General Education Information…       21     Computer Studies……………………………………                    45
                     Registraciones en Español………         26     Counseling…………………………………………..                      45
  256-7400           McCarthy Library………………               20     Criminal Justice Training……………………………..            47
  253-3374           Napa Valley College Foundation       4      Dance………………………………………………..                         48
  253-3040           New Student Orientation……….          8, 9   Digital Art & Design………………………………….                49
  253-3333           Parking/Transportation…………           20     Digital Design Graphics Technology…………………         49
                     Policies………………………….                  18     Economics……………………………………………                        50
  253-3360           President’s Office……………….            3      Emergency Medical Technician………………………             51
  253-3005           Registration/WebAdvisor………           8,12   Engineering…………………………………………..                     52
  253-3110           Servicios para los Estudiantes…..    28     English……………………………………………….                        52
  253-3060           Student Government/ASNVC….           19     English as a Second Language………………………             55
  259-8005           Student Health Center…………            20     Film…………………………………………………..                         56
  256-7434/7437      Testing and Tutoring Center…….       20     French……………………………………………….                         56
  256-7500           Theater/Box Office                          Geography…………………………………………                         56
  253-3115           Transfer Center                      20     Geology……………..………………………………                        57
  (707) 253-3000     Campus Information                          Health………………………………………………...                       57
  (800) 826-1077     Campus Information (outside Napa)           Health Occupations…………………………………                   58
  Community Education (Non-Credit)                               History………………………………………………                         58
  (707) 967-2900     Upper Valley Campus, St. Helena             Hospitality…………………………………………..                     59
  (707) 253-3070     UVC, St. Helena (from Napa)                 Humanities…………………………………………..                      59
                                                                 Italian……………………………………………….                        60
                                                                 Learning Skills……………………………………….                   61
                     Division Chairpersons                       Machine Tool Technology………………………….                62
  Greg Miraglia      Business & Computer Studies     253-3035    Mathematics………………………………………..                      63
  Lauralyn Bauer     Counseling                      253-3050    Music………………………………………………                           66
  Erik Shearer       Arts and Humanities             259-8978    Nursing…………………………………………….                         69
  Kate Benscoter     Health Occupations              253-3120    Philosophy…………………………………………                        72
  Denise Rosselli    Language & Developmental        253-3172    Photography……………………………………….                       72
                     Studies                                     Physical Education…………………………………..                 74
  Kevin Luckey       Physical Education              256-4514    Physics………………………………………………                         78
  Bonnie Moore       Sciences, Mathematics, &        353-3198    Political Science……………………………………..                 78
                     Engineering                                 Psychology………………………………………….                       79
  John Liscano       Social Sciences                 253-3246    Psychiatric Technician………………………………..              79
                                                                 Respiratory Care…………………………………….                   80
  Greg Miraglia      Career Technical Education      253-3035
                                                                 Sociology…………………………………………….                       82
  Damien Sandoval    Criminal Justice Training       253-3251    Spanish……………………………………………….                        82
                                                                 Speech Communications…………………………….                 83
                                                                 Technical …………………………………………….                      84
                                                                 Theater……………………………………………….                        84
                                                                 Viticulture & Winery Technology…………………….          86
                                                                 Welding……………………………………………...                       87
                                                                 Work Experience…………………………………….                    89




                                                                       Cover Design by Kalen Brinkman
                                                                            Editor: Kalen Brinkman
                                                                  Assistant Editor: Michelle Mitchell-Dinkins
                                                                 Photos by Richard Bruns and Betty Malmgren




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    Five Steps to Successfully Enroll as a New Student
    Welcome New Students! Applications for admissions to Napa Valley College are accepted at any time for any future
    semester. A Matriculated student is a student who has completed the Placement Process and Orientation. The following
    procedures are required for all prospective students:



                                                      Step 1      APPLY FOR ADMISSION
                       1                              Admissions and Records, (707) 253-3005
                                                      Complete the Application for Admission by selecting the “Apply
                 Apply online                         to NVC Online” link at www.napavalley.edu.
                                                      It pays to Declare Your$elf, so please make sure to provide us
                                                      your biographical/demographic information under section 2 of
                                                      the application.

                        2                             Step 2       COMPLETE THE PLACEMENT PROCESS
                Complete the                          Testing and Tutoring Center, (707) 256-7434 or (707) 256-7437
                                                      Take a placement test in the Testing and Tutoring Center,
             Placement Process                        Room 1764 in Building 1700, to determine the course
                                                      placement for English and Math classes. No appointment is
                                                      necessary. Call office or check website for drop-in hours.
                                                      Some students are exempt from the placement process.
                        3
                 Complete an
                                                      Step 3       COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION
                 Orientation                          www.napavalley.edu/orientation
                                                      Students can sign up for an in-person orientation at the General
                                                      Counseling Center, or take the online orientation at
                                                      www.napavalley.edu/orientation.

                        4
                                                      Step 4       COUNSELING/ADVISING (Optional Step)
            Counseling/Advising                       Counseling Center, (707) 253-3040
                (Optional Step)                       If you are taking over 6 units, it is recommended that you meet
                                                      with a Counselor or Student Services Specialist, after you have
                                                      completed your application, placement process and orientation.

                        5
                                                      Step 5      REGISTER FOR CLASSES
                    Register                          www.napavalley.edu/webadvisor
                                                      Registration for classes can be done through the WebAdvisor
                                                      system up to midnight before the first day of classes. All
                                                      students register according to their priority registration status.
                                                      Once classes start, students will need an add card from their
                                                      instructor to register.




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                    5 Steps to Become a                                               3
                  New Matriculated Student                                                                General Counseling Center
                                                                              Complete an
                                                                              Orientation                     (707) 253-3040

                                     Admissions and Records
           Apply Online                 (707) 253-3005                  1. Complete the online orientation session at
                                                                           www.napavalley.edu/orientation, then bring your printed
                                                                           online orientation quiz to the General Counseling Center.
    1.    Complete the Application for Admissions by selecting the      2. OR, Make an appointment for an in-person orientation
          “Apply to NVC Online” link at www.napavalley.edu.                session at the General Counseling Center.
          After submitting your application, you will receive a
                                                                        3. In orientation, students learn about academic programs,
          confirmation “Welcome to CCCApply” email and a
                                                                           services, regulations and student services.
          separate “Welcome to NVC” letter at which time you will
          be in the system and proceed to step 2, the placement         4. Students need to bring Math and English placement test
          process.                                                         results to the in-person session to guide in course selection.
    2.    It is very important to include a current email address.
    3.    If you are returning after 3 or more years, you must
          complete the Statement of Legal Residency Form (available                   4
          online) and submit it to the Admissions and Records Office.                                     General Counseling Center
                                                                              Counseling/                     (707) 253-3040
    4.    Have you applied for Financial Aid? If interested, contact           Advising
          the Financial Aid Office (707) 253-3020.                                                             (Optional Step)

                  2                                                     1.    Counselors and Specialists are available to all students on
                                    Testing and Tutoring Center               a drop-in only basis during registration periods.
            Complete the                 (707) 256-7434 or              2.    A counseling session is not required in order to complete
         Placement Process                   256-7437                         registration, but is advised for students taking 6 or more
                                                                              units.
    1. Take a placement test in the Testing and Tutoring Center         3.    Counselors will assist students with selection of their first
       to determine course placement for Math and English                     semester courses, based on their academic goal and
       classes. No appointment is necessary. Call office or check             placement results.
       website for drop-in hours.                                       4.    Appointments are available during the non-registration
    2. For Math classes, students can use their high school                   periods for students who would like to develop an
       transcript to demonstrate they have met a prerequisite for             Educational Plan that reflects their career/academic goals.
       a course. For certain classes this requires a Requisite          5.    Counselors and Specialists are available in the General
       Equivalency Petition with the high school transcript                   Counseling Center, Transfer Center, Career Center,
       attached, available through Admissions and Records or                  Student Support Services, EOPS, CARE, Athletics,
       Counseling Center.                                                     WorkAbility III, and DSPS.
    3. Students who have completed assessment at another                6.    Students with transcripts from another college can bring
       college within the last 3 years must bring a copy of the               official sealed copies to their counseling appointment.
       test results to the Testing and Tutoring Center for
       evaluation.
                                                                                        5
    4. Students with an AA/AS or higher degree from a US
       institution are exempt from the placement test. (Complete                                            Admissions and Records
                                                                                   Register                    (707) 253-3005
       the Matriculation Waiver at the Counseling Office.)

    Prerequisite Equivalencies:                                         1.    Students are ready to register online through WebAdvisor
                                                                              or in person, based on A-F priorities.
    Students should submit the Requisite Equivalency Petition with      2.    “How-to” instructions for WebAdvisor are also listed on
    supporting documentation (transcript). Bring approved petition            the following pages.
    to registration.                                                    3.    If a class is full, students may sign up to waitlist for classes
                                                                              through WebAdvisor up until midnight before the first day
    Prerequisite Challenges:                                                  of the semester.
    If a student needs to challenge a prerequisite for a course,        4.    You must attend the first class meeting, including students
    they will need to meet with a counselor to complete the                   on the waitlist, or you may be dropped from the class.
    process. Students will be required to submit supporting             5.    Payment is due immediately following registration. Grace
    documentation with their challenge.                                       periods may apply. Students will be dropped for
                                                                              nonpayment. Contact the Cashier’s Office at
                                                                              (707) 256-7188.

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Napa Valley College•www.napavalley.edu• Fall 2011                                                                                                    9
                                  Priority Registration Information
                                     Continuing Students who attended NVC in
               A                         Spring or Summer 2011 and who
                                           have completed 45 - 100 units
                                                                                            Register ONLINE
                                                                                               Beginning
                                                                                          July 11 at 8:30 a.m.
                                             at NVC prior to Fall 2011

                                           Students who attended NVC in
                B                         Spring or Summer 2011 and who
                                           have completed 30 - 44.9 units
                                                                                            Register ONLINE
                                                                                               Beginning
                                                                                          July 12 at 8:30 a.m.
                                              at NVC prior to Fall 2011

                                           Students who attended NVC in
                C                         Spring or Summer 2011 and who
                                           have completed 15 - 29.9 units
                                                                                            Register ONLINE
                                                                                               Beginning
                                                                                          July 13 at 8:30 a.m.
                                              at NVC prior to Fall 2011

                                           Students who attended NVC in                     Register ONLINE
                D                         Spring or Summer 2011 and who
                                           have completed 0 - 14.9 units
                                                                                               Beginning
                                                                                          July 14 at 8:30 a.m.
                                             OR more than 100 units at
                                               NVC prior to Fall 2011

                                                 Returning Students                         Register ONLINE
                E                             (did not attend in Spring
                                               or Summer 2011) AND
                                                                                               Beginning
                                                                                          July 18 at 8:30 a.m.
                                             New Matriculated Students
                                      (students who have completed orientation
                                             and the placement process)

                                           New Non-Matriculated Students
                F                          (students who have not completed
                                        orientation and the placement process)
                                                                                           Register ONLINE
                                                                                              Beginning
                                                                                         August 1 at 8:30 a.m.


       Online Registration                      Walk-In Registration                       Late Add Period
          Beginning July 11                           August 1 - 12                          August 15 - 26
          (Continuing Students)                        (All Students)                          (All Students)
          Beginning July 18                      Admissions and Records              Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, 9 am - 5 pm
          (Returning and New                     McPherson Administration                  Tue, 9 am - 7 pm
         Matriculated Students)                      Building (1300)
                                                                                              In person at the
         Beginning August 1                  Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, 9 am - 5 pm           Admissions and Records Office
  (New Non-Matriculated Students)                   Tue, 9 am - 7 pm                   or the Upper Valley Campus.
  Online registration begins at 8:30            or Upper Valley Campus                     (WebAdvisor closes at
 am and closes at midnight, August 14                                                      midnight on August 14)


     Students who do not attend the first class meeting may be dropped or lose priority on the waiting list. It is the
             student’s responsibility to officially drop a class; if you do not, you may receive an “F” grade.




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                                               Admissions Information
Who May Attend NVC?                                                   Open Classes
You can, if you are:                                                  It is the policy of the Napa Valley Community College District
1. A high school graduate or have passed the California               that, unless specifically exempted by statute, all courses, course
    High School Proficiency Examination or the General                sections and classes, as the average daily attendance of which
    Education Development Examination (GED)                           is to be reported for state aid, shall be fully open to
    or                                                                enrollment and participation by any person who has been
2. 18 years or older                                                  admitted to the college.
    or
    a high school student in the tenth grade or higher, or are        Auditing
    at least 15 years of age AND have a Permit to Attend              You must have a current admissions application on file and
    form signed by a parent or guardian and high school               submit an Audit Request Form. Students may not later change
    official.                                                         their enrollment status in any audited course to receive credit
                                                                      for the course. The audit form is available in the Admissions
How to Apply                                                          and Records Office or the Upper Valley Campus. Check “Fee
1.    Submit an online application for admission at                   Table” for auditing fees.
      www.napavalley.edu if you are new to Napa Valley
      College. If you are returning to NVC after 3 or more            Enrolling in More than 18 Units
      years, you must submit the Residency Reclassification Form      All students may enroll in as many as 18 units. If you plan to
      to Admissions and Records.                                      enroll in more than 18 units, you must meet with a counselor,
                                                                      complete a petition for excess unit limit form prior to
Residency                                                             registering.
Residency status is determined by the information provided by
the student on the online application. Students who have been         Repeating a Class
California residents for more than one year and one day prior         Students may repeat certain classes offered by NVC. Courses
to the beginning of any semester are eligible as residents for        that may be repeated are clearly stated in the official course
that semester. Students need not be U.S. citizens to be               outline of record and the college catalog. Requests to repeat
classified as residents. Permanent resident aliens are eligible       a course are submitted to the Admissions and Records Office.
to establish California residency. Students may be required to
present documentary evidence of eligibility for classification as     Late Adds
residents. For further information, visit the Admissions and          Students who wish to enroll after the first day of classes, must
Records website www.napavalley.edu/admissions.                        submit an Add Card signed by the instructor to the Admissions
                                                                      and Records Office.
AB540
Under the Assembly Bill 540 (AB540), you may be exempt                Pass/No Pass
from paying non-resident tuition. Students who have attended          You may take a class on a Pass/No Pass basis by making that
a California high school for three years AND received a               selection during online registration, or submitting a form to the
California high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a GED       Admissions and Records Office or the Upper Valley Campus
or passing the high school proficiency exam, are exempt from          by the deadline (see calendar, inside front cover). Regular
paying non-resident tuition. Students are required to submit          attendance and satisfactory completion of the course (“C”) is
the AB540 form. You may obtain this form from the Admissions          required to qualify for Pass. If you have chosen a P/NP
and Records website www.napavalley.edu/admissions.                    option, be aware that the decision cannot be requested or
                                                                      reversed after the fifth week of the semester. See the college
Final Grades                                                          catalog for complete information about P/NP grading.
Final grades are not mailed to students. They are posted
within 3 - 4 weeks after final exams on WebAdvisor at                 NVC Transcript Requests
www.napavalley.edu/webadvisor.                                        A transcript is an official record of a student's academic work
                                                                      at NVC. All courses completed or in progress will appear on
                                                                      the transcript. All restrictions (library books, fines, loans, etc.)
     Withdrawal                                                       must be cleared with the Business Office before a transcript
     It is the student’s responsibility to officially drop a class;
                                                                      can be issued. Transcripts will not be released for students
     if you do not, you may receive an “F” grade. To drop a
                                                                      with outstanding college debts. A rush service is provided for
     class, log in to WebAdvisor or submit a Drop Card at the
                                                                      an additional charge. NVC has retained Credentials Inc. to
     Admissions and Records Office or the Upper Valley
                                                                      accept transcript orders over the Internet via a secured site.
     Campus. Check the calendar on the inside front cover for
                                                                      Transcripts may be requested through the college website at
     drop dates. Late start and short term classes may have
                                                                      www.napavalley.edu/admissions.
     different drop dates. Check with Admissions and Records
     for those dates.




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                                                               obta your Studen ID.
                                                               • When you clic the SUBMIT button, you wil be shown
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 4. Now that you know your USER ID, click “LOG IN” at the top of the page.

                                                              •        Enter your “User ID”.
                                                              •        Enter your “Password”.
                                                              •        Initial password is your 6-digit birthday in the
                                                     format MMDDYY (with no spaces or dashes).
                                                               •       If your date of birth is April 18, 1990, then your
                                                     initial password would be 041890.
                                                               •       Click SUBMIT.
                                                               •       Then, you will be prompted that your password has
                                                     expired, so you can create your own password.
                                                               •       WebAdvisor passwords must be between 6 and 9
                                                     characters AND must contain letters AND numbers.


 How to Search, Register/Drop and Print your Schedule of Classes:
 1. To search AND register for classes, you must be logged into WebAdvisor. In the Students Menu, click on Register for
      Sections and then select Search and Register for Sections.




      “Prospective Students” do not need to LOG IN to search for
      classes. A User ID or a Password is NOT required if you are ONLY
      searching for classes. Just click the Search for Sections link.




 2.   From the Search/Register for Sections screen, select the Term from the drop-drown list, and then select a
      Subject from the drop-down list (e.g., English, Mathematics, etc.). Do not enter starting or ending dates.



                                                                               • You can narrow down your search by
                                                                     using additional criteria, but you are not required to fill
                                                                     out every field.
                                                                               • You will be required to fill out at least two
                                                                     fields (e.g., Term & Subject OR Term & Course Level,
                                                                     etc.). Course level will always be “1st Year -
                                                                     Transferrable”.
                                                                               • The less information you put into your
                                                                     search, the more results you will get back.
                                                                               • Click SUBMIT.




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     3.      The Section Selection Results screen shows you whether the classes you selected are open, closed or waitlisted based
             on the search parameters you entered. Click on the Select box to choose the class or classes that you want to register
             for and click SUBMIT.




             •     The Section Name and Title will appear as                      How to read the “Available/Capacity/Waitlist” column:
                   hyperlinks. To read a course description, simply click         • Example, 4/28/0 means that 4 seats are still
                   on the link.                                                      available out of 28 total seats in the class. This
             •     Have back-up courses in case any of your desired                  class has 0 students on the waitlist.
                   courses are closed.                                            • Second example, 4/28/1 means that 4 seats are
             •     You cannot enroll/waitlist for more than one section              available out of 28 total seats in the class AND 1
                   of the same class.                                                student is on the waitlist.


 4.      From the Register and Drop Sections screen, select an Action from the drop-down list:
         Register, Register P/NP, Remove from List or Waitlist.

                                                                                                           •   If “Register P/NP” is not
                                                                                                               selected at this time, students
                                                                                                               will need to submit the
                                                                                                               “Pass/No Pass (P/NP) Form”
                                                                                                               to the Admissions and Records
                                                                                                               office.
                                                                                                           •   Click the SUBMIT button when
                                                                                                               you are sure you want to take
                                                                                                               “Action” for each marked
                                                                                                               class.
                                                                                                           •   An “Error Message” will
                                                                                                               display if a class has already
                                                                                                               started, class is closed, pre-
                                                                                                               requisite is not met or class
                                                                                                               cannot be repeated. To solve
                                                                                                               repeatability or prerequisite
                                                                                                               problems, contact the
                                                                                                               Admissions and Records office
                                                                                                               at (707) 253-3005.


         •       You are officially registered when your selected classes move from the “Preferred Sections” area to the “Current
                 Registrations” area and you see the “Congratulations” message.




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 5.   To print your class schedule in a printer friendly format, go to the Registration menu and click on My Class Schedule.

                                                                  • Click on “My class schedule”
                                                                  • Select the “Term”.
                                                                  • Click SUBMIT.
                                                                  • Print your schedule prior to the first day of classes. Your schedule
                                               will confirm all your classes and their classroom locations.




 How to Purchase a Parking Permit and Pay for Classes:
 1. From the Students Menu, click on Purchase a Parking Permit Online to pay for your parking permit.
                                                                                • To receive a full receipt or temporary parking
                                                                                permit (when applicable), you must enter your e-mail
                                                                                address when ordering your parking permit.
                                                                                • Napa Valley College Parking Regulations require
                                                                                parking permits in all campus parking lots. For more
                                                                                details, contact the College Police at (707) 253-3330.
                                                                                • Failure to display a parking permit may result in a
                                                                                parking citation.



 2.   To pay for classes, you must LOG IN to WebAdvisor. From the Students Menu and under the Financial Profile section,
      click on Pay on My Account. Payments can also be made at the Cashier’s Office (Rm 1336).




      •   Verify that the classes you registered for are all
          correct.
      •   Enter the total amount due in the “Payment
          Amount” box.
      •   Select a “Payment Type” and click SUBMIT.
      •   The “Electronic Card Entry” screen will be
          displayed. Enter your credit card information and
          verify your information at the bottom of the screen.
      •   Then click SUBMIT.

  
                                  To ensure security, log out from WebAdvisor and close the browser
                                          window when using publicly accessible computers.




  




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Seven Steps to Financial Aid
Students must apply for financial aid each year. The priority application period is January 1st through March 2nd for the
following academic year; however, applications are available throughout the year. It is a good idea to plan ahead as the
process is lengthy.

                                              Financial Aid/EOPS                 Room 1132                (707) 253-3020

                    1
                                              Step 1
        Apply online with the                 Apply for financial aid using the online FAFSA. Complete the application
               FAFSA                          by selecting “Start Here/GOFURTHER-Federal Student Aid” link on the
                                              Financial Aid page at www.napavalley.edu/financialaid.


                    2
        Apply for Admissions                  Step 2
               to NVC                         Complete the Application for Admission by selecting the “Apply to NVC
                                              Online” link at www.napavalley.edu. See page 7 for instructions on how to
                                              apply. Be sure to provide your current mailing and email addresses.

                    3
                                              Step 3
         NVC Receives FAFSA                   Once NVC receives your application data, you will receive an email/letter
               Data                           requesting documents to complete the application process.


                                              Step 4
                    4                         Check status and required documents on WebAdvisor under
                                              “Communications/My Documents”.
       Check WebAdvisor for
        Status of Application
                                              Step 5
                                              Return required documents to the Financial Aid office to complete your file.
                                              You may qualify for a fee waiver before you register. Documents are
                    5                         processed on a first come, first served basis. Submit requested documents
                                              as soon as possible.
             Complete File
                                              Step 6
                                              NVC sends you an award notification of eligibility via email/letter (also
                                              available on WebAdvisor). Average processing time is 10-12 weeks.
                    6                         Peak processing time is up to 16 weeks.
         Award Notification
                                              Step 7
                                              Financial Aid check is mailed to you.

                     7                        For additional information about financial aid, please visit the website at
                                              www.napavalley.edu/financialaid.
         Financial Aid Funds
              are Paid




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  Fees
   Fee Type                             Amount (Subject to change)                       Required of
   Enrollment Fee                       $36 per unit                                     All credit students. Fee waiver available to qualified
   (mandatory)                                                                           California residents.
   Non-Resident Tuition Fee             $203 per unit plus the $36 per unit              U.S. Citizens and immigrants who are not California
   (mandatory)                          Enrollment fee                                   residents. For questions on residency, consult the
                                                                                         College Catalog or call the Admissions and Records
                                                                                         Office, 253-3005.
   International Tuition Fee            $203 per unit plus the $36 per unit              Non-immigrant and F-1 visa international students.
   (mandatory)                          Enrollment fee                                   For questions on residency, consult the College Catalog
                                                                                         or call the Admissions and Records Office, 253-3005.
   Accident Insurance Fee               $1 (nonrefundable)                               All credit students.
   (mandatory)

   Audit Fee                            $15 per unit                                     Students approved to audit a course.

   Parking Permit Fee                   $2 per day (available from coin-                 All vehicles using the parking lots at NVC between the
                                        operated dispensers)                             hours of 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m., Monday through
                                        $32 per semester (available online)              Thursday and 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on Fridays. For
                                                                                         more details, refer to www.nvcpd.org.
   Student Health Fee                   $17 (if taking 3 or more units)                  All students taking credit classes.
   (mandatory)                          $8 (if taking 3 or less units)                   The Student Health fee will not be waived by the
                                        (nonrefundable)                                  BOGW. Students taking only off-campus training
                                                                                         classes which do not exceed a total of 40 hours of class
                                                                                         time are exempt from paying the fee.
   Student Activity Card                $5 per semester                                  Optional.
   (ASNVC Card)
   Student Representation               $1 (nonrefundable)                               All credit students. This fee will be used so that students
   Fee (mandatory)                                                                       may represent students’ views and positions at city,
                                                                                         county and district governments, as well as state
                                                                                         legislative offices and other government agencies.

   Transcript Fee                       $4 Online order                                  The first two copies are free if ordered in person. If
                                        $4 In person                                     you have an outstanding debt with the college, you will
                                        $10 Rush Fee                                     need to clear it BEFORE your transcript will be
                                                                                         released. Please contact the Business Office at (707)
                                        (in addition to the $4 transcript fee)           256-7188 to make arrangements to pay your account.
   Materials Fee                        $25 - $150                                       See Course Listing for courses that have a materials fee.
                                                                                         Financial Aid is available.
  Note: Fees are subject to change at any time by action of the State Legislature, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges,
  or the District Board of Trustees.

  Enrollment Fee Refunds
  Students enrolled in full semester-length classes must submit a Drop Card no later than September 2. Classes dropped by September 2 will
  automatically be refunded, and the amount of the refund is based on the number of units dropped. Refunds for students who have received
  a Credit Waiver or Board of Governors Fee Waiver to help pay the enrollment fee will be returned to the appropriate district account.
  Canceled classes are automatically refunded. All refunds processed (excluding canceled classes) are charged a $5 processing fee per
  student per semester. Refunds are mailed within six weeks after the late add period ends (August 26) to the student whose name appears
  on the enrollment receipt regardless of who paid the fees.

  Tuition Refunds
  Out-of-state and international student tuition will be refunded according to the application date based on the following schedule:
  During the first two weeks of instruction...........100%                   Fourth week of instruction.......................................25%
  Third week of instruction.................................... ....50%      After Fourth week of instruction...............................0%

  Appeals
  To appeal a decision concerning your fees, file a Petition for Late Add, Drop, or Refund by the end of the semester the fees are incurred.
  For more information, call the Admissions and Records Office, 253-3005.




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                                                      College Policies

Alternate Media                                                     methods to resolve complaints and appeal decisions at NVC.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and          The ombudsperson does not interfere with these established
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Napa Valley          procedures but can help advice students who do not know what
College makes all written materials available in an alternate       the procedures are or who have tried to solve a problem and
format. To make a request for an alternate format contact the       are not satisfied with the results. The role of the
Office of Special Services, Room 1132, or call 253-3080.            Ombudsperson is currently filled by the Associate Dean of
                                                                    Special Services at 253-3080.
Important Notice for Male Students
A reminder that Federal law requires men, 18-25 years old, to       Student Right-to-Know
be registered with the Selective Service System (SSS). Females      To comply with the federal Student Right-to-Know (SRTK) and
are excluded from this requirement. The law applies to male         the Campus Security Act (Public Law 101-542), Napa Valley
citizens and immigrant aliens, but not to foreign students who      College provides information to the public on 1) the safety and
hold valid student visas. Men must be registered before they        security of the campus and 2) the educational outcomes of first-
can receive federal or state financial aid for school, including    time, full-time freshmen entering in the fall and seeking a
loans and grants. Registration forms are available at any post      degree, certificate, or transfer to another institution. For
office. Register online by visiting the SSS home page on the        information on these students, please go to www.nvcp.org.
web: www.sss.gov.                                                   For a paper copy, call (707) 253-3330.

Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)                               Sexual Harassment
All student records are kept in accordance with the provisions      Board Policy D1130 also intends to provide an educational
of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. A         and employment environment free from unwelcome sexual
student may request access to his or her individual records and     advances, requests for sexual favors, sexual favoritism or other
may challenge the accuracy of the record or the                     verbal or physical conduct or communications constituting
appropriateness of its retention. A student’s consent (regardless   sexual harassment. Sexual Harassment is one form of unlawful
of the age of the student) is needed for the release of records     discrimination and is defined in Section 212.5 of the Education
covered by the act. Student consent is not required for release     Code. Administrative Regulations to Policy D1130, Section 4,
of records to agencies entitled to access under the provisions of   Prohibition of Sexual Harassment, define sexual harassment as
the act, e.g., campus officials, other schools, federal             follows: Unlawful discrimination in the form of unwelcome
educational and auditing officers, and requests in connection       sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal,
with the application or receipt of financial aid.                   visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature, made by
                                                                    someone from or in the workplace or in the educational setting.
                                                                    Board Policy D1130 and the accompanying regulations are
Release of Information                                              available in the Office of Human Resources and on the Board
Information regarded by Napa Valley Community College
                                                                    of Trustees’ webpage of the college’s website. To file a
District as “directory information” will be released for
                                                                    complaint of unlawful discrimination, individuals should contact
distribution unless a Student Information Release form is
                                                                    Laura Ecklin, Dean of Human Resources, Room 1339K, phone
completed in the Admissions and Records Office. Information
                                                                    253-3366.
about what is included in “directory information” may be
obtained from the Admissions and Records Office.
                                                                    Attendance
Other student educational record information will not be            Regular attendance in all classes is important for satisfactory
released without a signed Student Consent for Release of            academic progress. The Napa Valley College attendance
Information form from the student, other than school officials      regulations make provisions for a limited number of
with a “need to know”. This includes grades, ethnicity, ID          unavoidable absences. However, a student who is absent for
number, academic progress, or any other non-directory               as many times as a class meets each week will have exhausted
information.                                                        this provision. An instructor may request verification of those
                                                                    absences. Further absences may cause the instructor to drop
Pursuant to the Solomon Amendment (Public Law 104-208 and           the student from the class. Students who do not attend the first
104-206), directory information, including student addresses,       class meeting may be dropped or lose priority on the waiting
will be released to the Department of Defense, if requested,        list.
for recruiting purposes. Students who do not want their name
released should complete a Student Information Release form.        Other Policies
Go to Admissions and Records online or in person for the forms.     Please refer to the NVC Catalog for a complete list of all
                                                                    college policies including the:
Ombudsperson (Student Advocate)
The ombudsperson is a neutral and confidential source of                 • Drug Free Campus
information and assistance for students. The college has various         • Student Complaint & Grievance Procedures and
                                                                         • Standards of Student Conduct
                                                                    The catalog can be found online at www.napavalley.edu.



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                                                       Student Services
 Admissions and Records                  253-3005, Bldg. 1300          Disabled Students Program                                        253-3080
 Admission, registration and student record information; help          and Services (Special Services)                                   Rm 1132
 with online registration, student petitions (including graduation),   Services for students with physical, psychological, and learning
 high school enrollments, online transcript requests, transcript       disabilities; program planning, academic support, and
 evaluations; international student assistance, and student            accommodations.
 enrollment verifications.
                                                                       Educational Talent Search 253-3078, Bldg. 3300-A
 ASNVC/Student Life Office                 253-3060, Rm 1133           and Upward Bound— TRIO                 253-3077
 Student government club activities and events, student                Pre-college academic support programs for first generation
 advocacy, student participation in college shared governance,         and low income middle school and high school students.
 student ID cards, housing board, bus schedules, vendor
 solicitations, and campus posting approvals.                          Financial Aid/EOPS/                                               253-3020
                                                                       CalWORKs/Veterans                                                  Rm 1132
 Bookstore                                   253-3320, Rm 932          Financial aid information, applications, grants, loans, work
 Textbooks, classroom supplies, study guides, reference books,         study, scholarships, emergency loans, support and counseling
 t-shirts, and snacks.                                                 for EOPS, CARE, and CalWORKs students and for veterans

 Business/Cashier’s Office                 256-7188, Rm 1542           Learning Services                                  259-6058, Rm 1766
 Payment for registration, associated student fees, parking            Assessment services to identify learning disabilities and to
 tickets/fines, lab fees and purchase of ASNVC cards.                  determine accommodations to support student success in the
                                                                       learning environment
 Career Center                             253-3050, Rm 1334
 Career and general counseling for undecided students and job          Math Center                                          259-6049, Rm 839
 services for those seeking full-time and part-time work off           The Math Center, located across from the Writing Center,
 campus; assistance with computerized career tools; a career           offers students tutoring for all levels of community college
 library and a job board;                                              mathematics on a drop-in basis. Hours for tutors are posted.
 www.myinterfase.com/napavalley/student.
                                                                       Mathematics, Engineering,                                        253-3199
 Child Development Center                253-3046, Bldg. 3000          Science Achievement Center (MESA)                                 Rm 1805
 Early childhood care and education for NVC students' children;        Academic and scholarship support; leadership development;
 children from 3 months to 5 years accepted, as space allows.          college visitations; statewide and national student organization
                                                                       membership; internship placement, and computer lab for MESA
 College Police Department               253-3330, Bldg. 2250          students majoring in math, science, and engineering. Se habla
 Assistance for victims of crime or violence; lost and found items;    Español.
 parking information, and citation appeals; campus
 emergencies dial 511.

 Counseling Center                       253-3040, Bldg. 1300
 Assists students with educational planning and in the
 achievement of educational goals; certificate, degree, transfer,
 and graduation requirements; new student assessment and                                   We Need Your E-Mail Address!!
 orientation requirements; college success strategies, support
 services and short term personal counseling.                              Exciting changes are coming to NVC that will make things much easier for
                                                                           you, but in order for us to offer you these new services we need your valid
                                                                           e-mail address.
                                                                           To supply us with one, log into WebAdvisor and in the Student Menu go to
                                                                           “My Profile” and see if your correct e-mail address is there—if not, click
                                                                           “Address Change” at the bottom of the page and enter your valid email
                                                                           address. To change your home/mailing address, you must submit a Change
                                                                           of Address form to the Admissions and Records Office or the Financial Aid
                                                                           Office. This form can be found in these two offices or online at
                                                                           www.napavalley.edu/admissions.
                                                                       .   If you do not have an e-mail address, a free one may be obtained from
                                                                           www.gmail.com, homelive.com or mail.yahoo.com. Watch for more
                                                                           information.




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                                                      Student Services

McCarthy Library               256-7400, Bldg. 1700, 1st Fl.             Testing and Tutoring Center                      256-7434, or
Books, periodicals, reserves, DVDs, videos, CDs, student                 Rm 1764                                            256-7437
computers, wireless internet access, educational technology,             Provides placement testing into English, math and ESL classes;
online databases and services, interlibrary loan system,                 accommodations for test administration to students with
reference assistance, and media assisted instruction and                 disabilities, make-up exams, GED testing and tutoring services.
support.
                                                                         Transfer Center                        253-3115, Rm 1339-E
Student Health Center                  259-8005, Bldg. 2250              Transfer advising and counseling, catalogs, and web access to
Free to students: diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, first aid,       4-yr. college information, appointments with university
birth control, pregnancy testing; STD screening and treatment;           representatives, workshops on transfer related topics; visits to
and psychological services; small fee for medications and/or             neighboring universities.
lab testing.
                                                                         Writing Center                            253-3274, Rm 832
Student Services Office               253-3110, Rm 1339-H                .5 or 1 unit class (Eng 84: CR/NC) to improve writing; 30
Assistance with problem resolution, complaints, grievances;              minute appointments available for feedback on essays.
information on graduation ceremony; general information
about student services.                                                  WorkAbility III                          259-8900, Rm 1132
                                                                         WAIII provides an intense academic/career program designed
Student Support Services                              259-8016           to transition students with severe disabilities, who qualify
—TRIO                                                Bldg. 3300          through the state Department of Rehabilitation Services, on a
Academic support for first-generation and low-income students            gradual basis through an academic-vocational training
and students with disabilities: tutoring, counseling, cultural           experience.
activities, transfer and scholarship assistance.



                                       Deadline to Petition for Spring Graduation
                                                            October 14, 2011
     All candidates for graduation must file a petition in the Admissions and Records Office by the ninth week prior to the
     semester they wish to graduate. During the summer, students must file during the fifth week if they want to graduate in the
     fall semester. Applying for graduation a semester ahead ensures that students have ample opportunity to enroll in
     any classes in their final semester they may be missing for graduation. Before submitting the graduation petition to the
     Admissions and Records Office, students are required to meet with a counselor to review requirements.

     For more information on how to petition for graduation, please refer to the Graduation section under the Admissions and
     Records website (www.napavalley.edu/admissions). For more information on the yearly commencement ceremony, refer to
     the Commencement website (www.napavalley.edu/commencement).



                                                            Parking Permit
      A parking permit entitles the driver to park on campus when space is available. It does not guarantee a space. At peak
      class periods (9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.) all lots may be full.
                        A parking permit is required during the following hours:
                        Monday - Thursday 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.            Saturday & Sunday No Permit Required
                        Friday 6 a.m. - 5 p.m.                        College Holidays No Permit Required

      To order a parking permit online go to www.nvcpd.org and click on the link “Order Parking Permit Online.” The cost of a
      permit is $32.00; however, it is transferable for those who drive multiple cars. There are no refunds for semester parking
      permits. Lost or stolen permits are not replaced. Complete parking information can be found at www.nvcpd.org.

                                  Failure to display a parking permit may result in a parking citation.

      Alternative methods of transportation such as bus services, carpooling, and bicycling are strongly encouraged. Details on
      alternative transportation can be found online at www.nvcpd.org.


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                                         Napa Valley College
                      General Education Pattern for the A.A. and A.S. Degrees
                               Effective fall 2011 through summer 2012
     Students are required to complete 18-21 semester units in Areas A through E below. A course cannot be used
     to satisfy a requirement in more than one area except in the case of Area E for the AS degree. Physical
     Education and American History/ Institutions are graduation requirements. If you are planning to transfer to a
     university, choose only courses that appear both here and on the appropriate transfer general
     education/breadth sheet.

     A. Natural Science: (Choose 3 units)
        ANTH 120; ASTR 110, 111; BIOL 103, 105, 110, 112, 117, 120, 218; CHEM 105, 110, 111, 120; EART
        110; ENVS 115; GEOG 110, 114, 120, 121; GEOL 110, 112; HEOC 100; PHYS 105, 110, 120, 140.

     B. Social and Behavioral Sciences: (Choose 3 units)
         ADMJ 121, 122, 125; ANTH 121, 122, 130, 131, 145, 150, 180, 200; CFS 120, 140; COUN 120; ECON
         100, 101, 120;ENGI 110; GEOG 101, 102; HIST 120+, 121+, 122, 123, 135, 140, 142, 145, 150, 152,
         153; POLI 120+, 121+, 125, 130, 135, 140; PSYC 120, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 135; SOCI 120,
         122, 123; SPCOM 126.

     C. Humanities: (Choose 3 units)
        ANTH 150; ARTH 100, 105, 106, 114, 118, 120, 130, 135, 140, 210; ASL 120, 121; CFS 145; DART 120;
        ENGL 121, 123, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 220, 223; FILM 110, 125A, 125B,
        125C, 125D, 203; FREN 120,121, 240, 241; HIST 122,123; HUMA 100,101,104, 112, 113,
        125,151,160,170, 174,185, 186, 188, 189A, 189B, 189C, 189D; ITAL 120, 121; MUSI 110, 112, 114;
        PHIL 120, 121, 125, 130, 133, 134; PHOT 120; SPAN 111, 120, 121, 240, 241, 280, 281, 282;
        THEA 100, 105, 215

     D. Language and Rationality:
        D.1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION (Choose 3 units and complete with a “C” or better.)
        BUSI 105; ENGL 120.

        D.2 MATHEMATICS (choose 3 units and complete with a “C” OR may demonstrate competency
        with a test).
        BTV 109, MATH 94, 99, 106, 108, 115, 120, 121, 220, 221, 222, 232, 235; TECH 107.

        D.3 COMMUNICATION AND ANALYTICAL THINKING (Choose 3 units and complete with a “C” or
        better),
        ADMJ 123, 124; ANTH 150, 200; ASL 120; ASTR 111; BIOL 103, 110, 112, 120, 219, 220, 240, 241;
        BTV 98, 109; BUSI 103, 108, 110, 143; CFS 123, 135, 140, 155, 160; CHEM 110, 111, 120, 121; COUN
        100; EART 110; ECON 100, 101; ENGI 123; ENGL 121, 123, 125, 200, 201, 202, 203*, 208, 209, 210,
        211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 220; ESL 106; FILM 110, 203; FREN 240, 241; GEOG 121; HEOC 101;
        HUMA 100, 101, 104, 125, 185, 186; MATH 90, 94, 97, 99, 106, 108, 115, 120, 121, 220, 221, 222, 232,
        235; PHIL 120, 121, 125,126, 130; PHYS 105, 110, 120, 121, 140, 240; POLI 125, 135, 140; PSYC 124,
        135; RESP 120; SOCI 122; SPAN 240, 241, 280, 281; SPCOM 120, 122, 124, 126; TECH 92, 107; THEA
        110,140*, 150*, 156, 210, 244.

     E. Multicultural/Gender Studies:
       Effective fall, 2001 for the A.S. Degree only, choose 3 units which may double count for one other area of
       GE, providing the course is listed in that area.
       Effective fall,1995 for the AA Degree, choose 3 units in addition to other GE area requirements.
         ADMJ 123; ANTH 121, 145, 150, 180; CFS 140; COUN 124; ENGL 217; FILM 110; HIST 145, 150, 152,
         153; HUMA 100, 101, 112, 113, 151, 174, 186; PSYC 128; SPCOM 126; THEA 105

     PE/Health Ed: Choice of 3 units of PE and Dance courses or complete HELH 106.
         Exemptions: 1) Students majoring in Health Occupation
                          2) Veterans with six months service receive unit credit for P.E. and HELH 106.
                          3) Completion of the Police Academy.

     American History/ Institutions: (A.A. Degree Only) Students must select one course from U.S. History
     (HIST 120, 121, 150 or 152) and one course from Political Science (POLI 120 or 121). Courses chosen to
     satisfy this requirement cannot be used to also satisfy Area B, Social & Behavioral Sciences.


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     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION (GE) REQUIREMENTS
                                         Effective Fall 2011 through Summer 2012

     The General Education Requirements for the California State University (CSU) system specifies courses within
     subject areas which will satisfy the 39 lower division GE requirements for any campus of the California State
     University System. Completion of CSU GE is not required before transfer but for most students it is highly
     recommended. For some students, in high unit majors, completing the pre-major course requirements will be a
     priority over completing GE requirements. Napa Valley College courses with a number designation of 100 through
     299 are transferable to all CSU campuses, but only a select group of these courses qualify for CSU GE.

     NVC CSU-GE Certification Process:
        Students wishing to have CSU GE certification accompany their transcripts when they are sent to the CSU,
        must complete an official request and submit it to the Napa Valley College Admissions and Records office.
        Courses taken at CSU campuses or other California Community Colleges will be applied to the subject areas
        in which they were listed by the institution where the course was taken.

     Students may qualify for either full certification or subject-area certification.
         A student qualifies for full certification if the requirements for all 5 subject areas of CSU GE are satisfied
         A student qualifies for subject area certification for those subject areas where all requirements are satisfied.
         An example would be when a student completes Speech 122, English 120 and English 125 for each of the 3
         categories of Area A. The student qualifies for certification of Area A. If a student has not fully completed the
         requirements of an area, that area may not be certified.

     All CSU campuses allow applicants who submit full or area certifications to double count courses for general
     education and major requirements, but most campuses have limitations. See a counselor for the limitation
     imposed by each campus.

     A. ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION AND CRITICAL THINKING (A minimum of 9 units is required)
     Select one course from A-1, A-2 and A-3.
              A-1. Oral Communication (Grade of “C” or higher required.)
              Speech Communication 120, 122, 124, 130
              A-2. Written Communication (Grade of “C” or higher required.)
              English 120
              A-3. Critical Thinking (Grade of “C” or higher required.)
              English 123, 125; Philosophy 120, 121, 126, 130
     B. SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING (A minimum of 9 units is required)
     Select one Physical Universe course (Area B-1) and one Life Forms course (Area B-2). At least one of the
     courses must include a laboratory, indicated by a star (*). In addition, select one Mathematics course from Area
     B-4.
             B-1. Physical Science
             Astronomy 110, 111; Chemistry *105, *110, *111, *120, *121, *240, *241, *242; Earth Science *110;
             Geography 110; Geology 110, (add Geology *111 for lab), 112; Physics 105, 110 (add Physics 111 for
             lab), *120,*140, 240*, 241*
             B-2. Life Science
             Anthropology 120, 120L*; Biology *105, *110, 112, 117, *120, *218, *219, *220, *240, *241
             B-3. Laboratory Activity (Select at least one course in Area B-1 or B-2 with a star {*})
             B-4. Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (Grade of “C” or higher required.)
             Broadcast Television 109; Mathematics 106, 108, 115, 120, 121, 220, 221, 222, 232, 235; Technology
             107




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 C. ARTS AND HUMANITIES (A minimum of 9 units is required) At least 3 units must be selected from Arts,
 Area C-1, and at least 3 units must be selected from Humanities, Area C-2. The remaining units may be
 selected from either Area C-1 or Area C-2, for a total of at least 9 units.
         C-1. Arts: Arts, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theater
         Arts 102, 112; Art History 100, 105, 106, 110, 114, 118, 120, 130, 140, 180, 210; English 208; Film 100,
         110, 117, 120, 121, 125A, 125B, 125C, 125D; Humanities 117, 120, 121, 125, 170, 174, 185, 186,
         189A, 189B, 189C, 189D; Music 110, 112, 114, 121, 122, 196; Photography 120, 121, 180; Theater
         100, 105, 140, 141, 142
         C-2. Humanities: Literature, Philosophy, Languages Other than English
         American Sign Language 120, 121; Child Family Studies 145;; English 121, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213,
         214, 215, 216, 217, 220, 223; Film 105, 106, 115; French 120, 121, 240, 241; History 122, 123;
         Humanities 100, 101, 104, 105, 106, 115, 125, 151, 160, Italian 120, 121; Philosophy 120, 121, 125,
         126, 133, 134; Photography 181; Spanish 120 (or SPAN 110 & 111**), 121, 240, 241,280, 281, 282
         Note:** Students must successfully complete both SPAN 110 &111 to receive credit for Area C-2,
 D. SOCIAL SCIENCES (A minimum of 9 units is required) A maximum of 2 courses may be selected from one
 of the following categories. Some courses may be listed in more than one category but may only count toward
 satisfying one category.
          D-1. Anthropology 121, 130, 131, 145, 180, 200
          D-2. Economics 100, 101, 120; Political Science 145
          D-3. Ethnic Studies: History 145, Humanities 100, 101, 160; Psychology 128
          D-4. Gender Studies: Anthropology 150, History 150, 152
          D-5. Geography 101, 102, 114
          D-6. History 120, 121, 122, 123, 135, 140, 142, 145, 150, 152, 153; Humanities 100, 101, 104
          D-7. Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science: Child Family Studies 120, 140; Humanities 104;
          Speech Communications 126
          D-8. Political Science 120, 121, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145
          D-9. Child Family Studies 120, 140; Psychology 120, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 135, 175, 200;
          Sociology 123
          D-10. Sociology and Criminology: Administration of Justice 120, 154; Anthropology 180;
          Psychology 123, 135, 200; Sociology 120, 122, 123, 154

         Note: History 120, 121, 150 or 152 and Political Science 120 or 121 may double count for this area as well as
         satisfying CSU graduation requirements for American History and Institutions.
 E. LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF-DEVELOPMENT (A minimum of 3 units is required)
 E-1. Integrated Physiological, Social and Psychological Beings:
          Child Family Studies 120; Counseling 100; Health 106; Psychology 120, 124, 135; Sociology 122, 130
 E-2. Activity Courses:
          Dance 126, 128, 132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 140, 142; Physical Education 100, 102A, 102B, 104,
          105, 108, 109, 112, 113, 117, 118, 119, 122, 123, 124, 125, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 144, 145, 146,
          147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, , 160, 162, 169, 171, 172, 173, 174, 176, 177, 178, 199, 200, 204,
          205, 255, 284, 285, 286, 287, 290, 291, 292, 297, 298
         Note: Effective Fall 2001, a maximum of 1.5 units in activity courses may be used to satisfy Area E.
 AMERICAN HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR CSU: Select one course
 from the American History category and one course from the American Government category.
 American History:                               American Government:
 History 120, 121, 150 or 152                    Political Science 120 or 121
 Note: Courses selected for this requirement may also be used for Area D, Social and Behavioral Sciences




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                 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
                          Effective fall 2011 through summer 2012

 Completion of all the requirements in the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
 will permit you to transfer from a community college to a campus in either the California State University
 (CSU) or the University of California (UC) system without the need, after transfer, to take additional lower-
 division, general education courses to satisfy campus general education requirements. All campuses will
 accept IGETC EXCEPT for UC, San Diego’s Eleanor Roosevelt and Revelle Colleges and UC, Berkeley’s
 School of Business Administration.

 The IGETC is not advisable for all transfer students. If you are pursuing a major that requires extensive
 lower-division preparation you may be better served by taking courses which fulfill the CSU General
 Education-Breadth requirements or those of the UC campus or college to which you plan to transfer.
 Majors include, but are NOT LIMITED to: Engineering, Business, Pre-professional programs.

 Certification: Be sure to request certification when requesting transcripts be sent to your choice of
 university or college. All courses MUST be completed with grades of “C” or better. Please consult with a
 counselor or the transcript evaluator regarding the use of courses from other colleges or universities.
 Students who choose to use the IGETC pattern are expected to complete all of the requirements of the
 pattern before transferring to a UC or CSU campus. However, if a student is unable to complete one or
 two IGETC courses he/she may be eligible for partial certification. Students should consult with a
 counselor for details regarding this option.

 Restrictions: Student who have been registered at a UC campus may not be eligible for IGETC. Students
 should consult with a counselor regarding this issue. This restriction, though, does not apply to students
 who have taken only UC summer session or Extension classes.

 REA 1 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
       CSU: 3 courses required, one from Group A, B, and C
       UC: 2 courses required, one each from Group A and B.
 Group A: English Composition, one course: 3 semester or 4-5 quarter units
       English 120

 Group B: Critical Thinking - English Composition, one course: 3 semester or 4-5 quarter units
       English 123, 125
 Group C: Oral Communications (CSU requirement only), one course: 3 semester or 4-5 quarter units
       Speech Communication 122

 AREA 2 - MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING
 One course: 3 semester or 4-5 quarter units
       Math 106+, 115+, 120+, 121, 220, 221, 222, 232, 235

 AREA 3 - ARTS AND HUMANITIES
 At least 3 courses, with at least one from the Arts and one from the Humanities.
 9 semester or 12-15 quarter units
        Arts: Arth 100, 105, 106, 110, 114, 118, 120, 130, 140, 180, 210; Engl 208; Film 100, 110, 120, 121, 125A,
        125B, 125C, 125D; Huma 120, 121, 170, 174, 185, 186, 189A, 189B, 189C, 189D; Musi 110, 112, 114, 121,
        122; Phot 180; Thea 100, 105

       Humanities: Asl 121; Engl 121, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 220, 223; Film 105, 106, 115;
       Fren 240, 241; Hist 122, 123; Huma 100, 101, 104, 105, 106, 115, 125, 151, 160; Phil 120, 121, 125, 126,
       133, 134; Phot 181; Span 240+, 241+, 280+, 281+, 282.




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                            Información sobre el Proceso de Admisión
 ¿Quién Puede Asistir a NVC?
 Usted puede, si                                                     Clases Abiertas
     1. Se graduó de la escuela preparatoria (high school) o         Es norma de Napa Valley Community College District que, a
         pasó el Examen de Habilidad de la Escuela                   menos que sea específicamente exonerado por los estatutos,
         Preparatoria de California o (GED)                          cada curso, cada sección o clase, mantenidos y ofrecidos por
     2. Tiene 18 años de edad o más                                  el distrito, estén abiertos para la inscripción y participación de
         o                                                           todas las personas que han sido admitidas.
         Es un estudiante de preparatoria que esté cursando,
         como mínimo, el décimo grado, o tiene15 años de             Auditoría
         edad. Un permiso firmado por el padre, madre, o             Los estudiantes deben tener una solicitud de admisión
         guardián legal, y un representante de la escuela            actualizada, archivada, y presentar una solicitud para Auditar
         preparatoria es requerido para asistir a Napa               clases (disponible en la Oficina de Admisión y Matriculación o
         Valley College (NVC).                                       en el campus de Santa Helena. Esta opción no puede ser
                                                                     cambiada posteriormente para recibir crédito por la clase que
 Cómo Solicitar Admisión a NVC:                                      auditó.
       1.   Complete una solicitud de admisión a través de la
            Internet, www.napavalley.edu , si es un estudiante       Para Inscribirse en más de 18 Unidades
            nuevo a NVC. Si está regresando después de tres          Los estudiantes pueden inscribirse en un máximo de 18
            años o más, tiene que presentar el formulario de         unidades. Si piensa tomar más de 18 unidades, un consejero
            Reclasificación como Residente en la oficina de          tiene que autorizarle el exceso de unidades antes de
            Admisión y Matriculación.                                inscribirse. El formulario debe ser presentado en la Oficina de
                                                                     Admisión y Matriculación.
 Residencia
 Su estado de residencia es determinado por la informacíon           Para Repetir una Clase
 que usted proporciono en la solicitud de admisión a través de       Los estudiantes pueden repetir ciertas clases que se ofrecen en
 la Internet. Si ha vivido en California por más de un año y un      NVC. Los cursos que pueden repetirse están indicados en la
 día antes del comienzo de cualquier semester, entonces puede        descripción oficial del curso o catálogo de NVC.
 ser elegible como residente en el semestre que es admitido.
 Usted no necesita ser ciudadano de los Estados Unidos para          Inscripción Tardía (Late Adds)
 ser clasificado como residente. Residentes permanentes son          Los estudiantes que deseén registrarse despues del período de
 elegibles para establecer residencia en California. Algunos         Inscripción Tardía, deberán obtener una tarjeta de
 documentos pueden ser requeridos para verificar su estado de        autorización (Add Card) firmada por el profesor, y entregarla
 residencia. Para más información visite la página de Admisión       a la Oficina de Admisión y Matriculación.
 y Matriculación www.napavalley.edu/admissions.
                                                                     Pasar/No Pasar
 AB540                                                               Los estudiantes pueden tomar una clase solicitando Pasar/No
 Bajo la legislatura de California AB540, usted puede ser            Pasar (P/NP) en lugar de una calificación (A, B, C,
 exento de los pagos como no residente. Los estudiantes que          D, F) al momento de registrarse a través de la internet ó
 han asistido a una escuela secundaria en California por tres        presentando un formulario en la Oficina de Admisión y
 años Y han recibido un diploma de la escuela preparatoria           Matriculación o en el campus de Santa Helena antes de la
 en California o equivalente, como el GED o han pasado el            fecha límite (ver el calendario en la cubierta interior de la
 examén de habilidad, son exentos de los pagos como no               portada). Para obtener “Pasar” los estudiantes deben asistir
 residente. Usted necesita completar el formulario AB 540 que        regularmente a clases y completar satisfactoriamente el curso
 se encuentra en la página www.napavalley.edu/admissions.            con una “C.” Si decide tomar una clase como P/NP esta
                                                                     decisión no puede ser cambiada después de la quinta semana
 Calificaciones Finales                                              del semestre. Para información completa ver el catálogo de
 Las calificaciones finales no son enviadas por correo. Sus          Napa Valley College.
 calificaciones son publicadas 3-4 semanas después de los
                                                                     Como Solicitar sus Certificados de Estudios de NVC
     Para Darse de Baja de un Curso (“Withdrawal”)
                                                                     Un Certificado de Estudios (Transcripts) es un documento oficial
     El estudiante es responsable de darse de baja
                                                                     de las clases que ha tomado en NVC. Todas las clases
     oficialmente; si no lo hace, puede obtener una mala
                                                                     completadas o en progreso aparecen en su certificado. Las
     calificacion. Para darse de baja de un curso, puede usar
                                                                     restricciones (libros de biblioteca, deudas, préstamos, etc.)
     WebAdvisor o presentar una tarjeta de Retiro (Drop Card)
                                                                     tienen que ser exentas por La Oficina de Negocios antes de
     en la Oficina de Admisión y Matriculación o en el campus
                                                                     obtener sus certificados. Los certificados no pueden ser
     de Santa Helena. Las fechas límites para darse de baja
                                                                     procesados si tiene alguna deuda. Puede obtener sus
     de un curso están en el calendario ubicado en el interior de
                                                                     certificados en 24 horas si paga un cargo adicional. NVC usa
     la portada.                                                     Credentials Inc. para aceptar su solicitud a través de la
                                                                     Internet. Para solicitar certificados visite www.napavalley.edu.
 exámenes en WebAdvisor www.napavalley.edu/webadvisor.




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                            El Reglamento de Napa Valley College

Medios Audiovisuales Alternos                                      Cualquier otra información de records educativos no será
De acuerdo con el Acta de Americanos con Incapacidades y la        hecha pública sin un consentimiento escrito y firmado por el
Sección 508 del Acta de Rehabilitación de 1973, Napa Valley        estudiante para revelar información.
College proporciona todos los materiales escritos disponibles
en formato alterno. Para solicitar formato alterno de algún        Los funcionarios de NVC que “necesitan saber” la información
material escrito, contacte a la Oficina de Servicios Especiales,   están exentos de obtener autorización del estudiante.
Oficina 1132 o llame al teléfono 253-3080.                         La información incluye calificaciones, grupo étnico, número de
                                                                   identificación personal, progreso académico u otra información
Notificación Importante para los Estudiantes del                   no relacionada con el directorio.
Sexo Masculino                                                     En conformidad con la Enmienda Salomón (Ley Pública 104-
Se recuerda a los estudiantes del sexo masculino que la ley        208 y 104-206), la información del directorio, incluyendo las
federal requiere que los hombres de 18 a 25 años de edad           direcciones de los estudiantes, será revelada al Departamento
se registren en el Sistema de Servicio Selectivo (Selective        de Defensa, si así lo solicita, para propósitos de reclutamiento.
Service System-SSS). Las mujeres están exoneradas de este          Los estudiantes que no deseen que sus nombres se hagan
requerimiento. Está ley se aplica a ciudadanos de los Estados      públicos deberán llenar el formulario “Revelación de
Unidos y a los inmigrantes del sexo masculino, pero no a los       Información del Estudiante.” Para obtener el formulario,
estudiantes nacidos fuera de los Estados Unidos y que tienen       diríjase a la oficina de Admisión y Matriculación o a la página
visa de estudiante válida. Los hombres deben registrarse antes     web wwww.napavalley.edu/admissions.
de recibir ayuda financiera federal o estatal (incluyendo
préstamos y subsidios) para sus estudios superiores. Los
formularios para registrarse están disponibles en cualquier        Reclamos y Preguntas
oficina de correos. Los estudiantes también pueden registrarse     Si tiene preguntas, reclamos, quejas o sugerencias acerca de
usando la página web del Sistema de Servicio                       la manera cómo NVC satisface las necesidades de los
Selectivo: www.sss.gov.                                            estudiantes, por favor diríjase a la oficina de Servicios para
                                                                   los Estudiantes, 1339H, teléfono 253-3110.
Derechos Familiares y Acta de Privacidad
                                                                   El “Derecho de Saber” de los Estudiantes
(Family Rights & Privacy Act-FERPA)                                En conformidad con el acta federal llamada El Derecho de
Todos los records de los estudiantes son archivados de acuerdo     Saber de Los Estudiantes (Students-Right-to-Know- SRTK) y con
a las provisiones de los Derechos Educativos de las Familias y     el Acta de Seguridad de las Instalaciones de Campos
el Acta de Privacidad de 1974. El estudiante puede solicitar       Universitarios (Ley Pública 101-542), NVC proporciona
acceso a su record individual y puede cuestionar la exactitud      información al público sobre: 1) seguridad y protección de las
del record o el tiempo apropiado que puede ser retenido el         instalaciones y 2) resultados de las materias cursadas por los
documento. El consentimiento del estudiante (sin importar la       estudiantes de tiempo completo de primer año de colegio que
edad del mismo) es necesario para hacer públicos los records       por primera vez ingresan en el semestre de otoño con el
archivados según el acta. No es necesario el consentimiento del    propósito de obtener un título, certificado, o de transferirse a
estudiante para hacer públicos los records a agencias que          otra institución. Para obtener información acerca de los
tienen derecho al acceso mediante el acta, como por ejemplo,       estudiantes mencionados en el punto 2, visite la página web
funcionarios de NVC, otras instituciones educativas, personas      www.nvcpd.org. Para obtener una copia impresa, llame al
autorizadas del sector educativo del gobierno federal,             (707) 253-3330.
auditores, y funcionarios que procesan peticiones relacionadas
con solicitudes de ayuda financiera o documentos que verifican
que un estudiante ha recibido ayuda financiera.                    Otras Pólizas
                                                                   Por favor diríjase al catalogo de NVC para una lista completa
Autorización para Revelar o Hacer Pública                          de todas las pólizas del colegio incluyendo:
Información                                                        • NVC proporciona instalaciones libres de drogas
La información considerada por Napa Valley Community               • Poliza de No Fumar
College District como “información de directorio” será             • Normas de Conducta Estudiantil
distribuida a menos que el formulario “Revelación de
Información del Estudiante”, autorizando que no se haga            • Procedimiento de Quejas, Reclamos y Resolución de
pública la información, sea completado en la Oficina de                 Conflictos
Admisiones y Records. Información sobre que constituye             El catalogo se encuentra en la página web de NVC
“información de directorio” puede ser obtenida en la Oficina       (www.napavalley.edu).
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                                        Servicios para los Estudiantes
 Admisión y Matriculación                                             Centro de Matemáticas
 Edificio 1300                                      253-3005          Aula 839                                            259-6049
 Información de admisión, inscripción y historial; ayuda para         El centro de Matemáticas, localizado frente al Centro de
 inscribirse por Internet, peticiones de estudiante (incluyendo de    Escritura, ofrece servicio de tutoría a estudiantes de
 graduación), inscripciones de estudiantes de la preparatoria,        matemáticas a nivel de colegio comunitario sin una cita previa.
 pedidos de expediente académico y evaluaciones, ayuda                Horarios de tutores están anunciados en el centro.
 para estudiantes internacionales, verificación de inscripción.
                                                                      Centro de Matemáticas, Ingeniería y
 Ayuda Financiera/EOPS/CalWORKS/Veteranos                             Ciencias (MESA)
 Aula 1132                                           253-3020         Aula 1805 Sótano                                    253-3199
 Información de ayuda financiera, solicitudes para becas,             Apoyo académico, desarrollo en liderazgo, visitas a
 prestamos, trabajos estudiantiles, préstamos de emergencia,          universidades, membrecías en organizaciones estudiantiles
 apoyo y consejería para estudiantes de EOPS, CARE,                   estatales y nacionales, y laboratorio de computadoras
 CalWORKs y veteranos.                                                disponible para estudiantes interesados en carreras de
                                                                      matemáticas, ciencias e ingeniería. Se habla español.
 Biblioteca McCarthy
 Edificio 1700, primer piso                           256-7400        Centro de Salud para Alumnos
 Libros, periódicos, revistas, DVDs, CDs, computadoras para uso       Edificio 2250                                       259-8005
 estudiantil, acceso a internet, tecnología educacional, base de      Gratis para los estudiantes: diagnóstico y tratamiento de
 datos, medios de información para la investigación e                 enfermedades, primeros auxilios, control y prueba de
 instrucción de medios de comunicación.                               embarazo, examen y tratamiento de Enfermedades
                                                                      Transmitidas Sexualmente, y servicios psicológicos; se requiere
 Centro de Carreras y Empleo                                          un pago mínimo por medicamentos.
 Aula 1334                                            253-3050
 Consejería general y de carreras para estudiantes sin plan           Centro de Transferencia
 educativo, servicios para encontrar empleo fuera del colegio,        Aula 1339E                                          253-3115
 ayuda con programas computarizados de carreras, biblioteca           Consejería e información acerca del proceso para transferirse
 de carreras y lista de trabajos,                                     a universidades de 4 años, acceso a información universitaria
 www.myinterfase.com/napavalley/student.                              por medio del Internet, talleres de aplicación, citas con
                                                                      representantes de universidades, y visitas a universidades
 Centro de Consejería                                                 vecinas.
 Edificio 1300                                        253-3040
 Apoyo para formar metas académicas y un plan de estudios             Departamento de Policía y Seguridad
 practicos, ayuda con la selección de cursos para tener éxito,        Edificio 2250                                       253-3330
 ayuda con los requisitos de graduación y para transferirse a         Ayuda para personas que han sido víctimas de crimen o
 una universidad, citas de evaluación y orientación y consejería      violencia, artículos perdidos y encontrados, información sobre
 general.                                                             estacionamiento, como apelar una infracción de tránsito,
                                                                      emergencias en el plantel llame al 511.
 Centro de Desarrollo del Niño
 Edificio 3000                                       253-3046         Librería
 Cuidado, desarrollo, y educación infantil para hijos de los          Aula 932                                            253-3320
 estudiantes de NVC; Se aceptan niños de 3 meses a 5 años             Libros de texto, materiales escolares, guías para estudiar,
 según el espacio disponible.                                         libros de referencia, camisas, y meriendas.

 Centro de Escritura                                                  Oficina de Vida Estudiantil (ASNVC)
 Aula 832                                             253-3274        Aula 1133                                           253-3060
 0.5 ó 1 unidad de clase (Inglés 84: crédito/no crédito) para         Actividades de clubs de estudiantes y eventos, participación
 mejorar la escritura; hay citas disponibles de 30 minutos para       estudiantil en puestos gubernamentales del colegio,
 los repasos de ensayos.                                              identificación fotográfica de estudiante, boletín de anuncios de
                                                                      viviendas, horarios de paradas de autobús, y la aprobación
 Centro de Evaluaciones y Tutoría                                     para colocar anuncios.
 Edificio 1700, Aula 1764              256-7434 o 256-7437
 Provee exámenes de evaluación para la inscripción en clases
 de inglés, matemáticas e inglés como segundo idioma, pruebas
 académicas, exámenes de GED y tutoría para estudiantes de
 NVC.




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                                              Servicios para los Estudiantes
 Oficina de Negocios                                                           Servicios de Aprendizaje (DLS)
 Aula 1542                                                     256-7188        Aula 1766, segundo piso                          256-7442
 Pagos de inscripciones y otros honorarios, incluyendo permiso                 Servicios de evaluación para identificar incapacidades de
 de estacionamiento, honorarios de laboratorio y la compra de                  aprendizaje y para determinar un plan de apoyo para
 identificaciones de ASNVC.                                                    asegurar el éxito del estudiante en el ambiente colegial.

 Oficina de Servicios al Estudiante                                            Educational Talent Search                         253-3078
 Aula 1339H                                                    253-3110        y Upward Bound—TRIO                               253-3077
 Ayuda con la resolución de problemas y quejas, información                    Edificio 3300A
 sobre la ceremonia de graduación, información general acerca                  Programas de apoyo académico pre-colegial para
 de servicios para los estudiantes.                                            estudiantes de secundaria y preparatoria que son primera
                                                                               generación y de bajos recursos.
 Programa de Servicios para Estudiantes con
 Incapacidades (Servicios Especiales)                                          WorkAbility III
 Aula 1132                                                    253-3080         Edificio 3300                                      259-8900
 Servicios para estudiantes con incapacidad física, psicológica,               Servicios para estudiantes incapacitados que califican por
 y de aprendizaje; plan de estudios y apoyo académico.                         medio de Servicios del Departamento de Rehabilitación.

 Servicio de Apoyo Estudiantil—TRIO
 Edificio 3300                                               259-8016
 Apoyo académico para estudiantes de primera generación y
 bajos recursos y estudiantes con incapacidades: tutoría,
 consejería, actividades culturales, ayuda de transferencia y
 becas.




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                                            Schedule of Classes
                                                                                ACCT 127                                                     3 UNITS
                                                                                computer AccountIng
                  ACCOUNTING                                                    Recommended Preparation: ACCT 120 or ACCT 125
                                                                                An introduction to the field of accounting and the role accounting
                                                                                plays in local, national and transnational businesses. This course
ACCT 120                                                     3 UNITS            will focus on the computerized preparation of financial statements,
IntroductIon to AccountIng                                                      specifically, the bookkeeping rules. A discussion of the theory of
An introduction to the field of accounting and the role accounting              journals, ledgers, posting and closing of the financial records will
plays in local, national and transnational businesses. This course will         precede the learning of a popular PC based computer program. The
focus on the manual preparation of financial statements, specifically,          course will end with a discussion of the possible uses and analysis
the bookeeping rules. This discussion includes the use of journals,             of computer generated financial statements.
ledgers, posting and the closing of the financial records ending with           Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
a discussion of the possible uses and analysis of financial state-
ments.                                                                          60632 M            6:00PM 8:50PM           Holland P                  1432
                                                                                        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room                fee for online homework.
425 T              1:30PM 4:20PM           Angelovich D               1430
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate
        fee for online homework.

426 Th             6:30PM 9:20PM           Butler W                   1430
                                                                                        ADMINISTRATION OF
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate
        fee for online homework.
                                                                                             JUSTICE

ACCT 122                                                     3 UNITS
FederAl Income tAx For IndIvIduAls                                              ADMJ 120                                                     3 UNITS
A comprehensive introduction to the concepts and principles of indi-            IntroductIon to the crImInAl JustIce
vidual U.S. income tax law. Examine federal tax laws applicable to the          systems
determination, payments and reporting requirements for individual               An introduction to the history and philosophy of justice as it evolved
taxpayers.                                                                      throughout the Western world. This course examines the relationship
                                                                                between law enforcement, judicial, and the corrections components
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        of the criminal justice system. The student is introduced to the issues
428 T              6:30PM 9:20PM           Rey R                      1430      facing each of the components, and, with current strategies related
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate   to the development of professionalism and ethics in the criminal
        fee for online homework.                                                justice practitioner. Employment opportunities in the criminal justice
                                                                                system are also reviewed.
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
ACCT 125                                                     5 UNITS            883                                  McCann S                      ONLINE
FInAncIAl AccountIng                                                                                 09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011
Recommended Preparation: ACCT 120
A comprehensive introduction to the principles and procedures                           Online. Late Start.
involved in the preparation and use of financial accounting reports.            957 M W            9:30AM 10:50AM McCann S                             830
An introduction to generally accepted accounting principles impact-             54227 T Th        10:30AM 11:50AM Costa A                             NTHS
ing the balance sheet, statement of income and statement of cash
flows. Emphasis is upon the interpretation and use of those reports
as they relate to business decision-making in the areas of planning,            ADMJ 121                                                     3 UNITS
administration and control.                                                     IntroductIon to crImInAl lAw
                                                                                Historical development of law; the philosophical justifications for
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        legal systems and punishments. The student will study the definitions,
429                                        Angelovich D            ONLINE       classifications, and corpus delicti of the major property crimes and
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate   crimes against persons. We will also examine the relationships be-
        fee for online homework.                                                tween the law and the criminal justice system, and the consideration
                                                                                of law as a social force. Letter Grade Only.
431 M W           12:30PM 2:50PM           Angelovich D               1430
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate   Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
        fee for online homework.                                                958                                  Miraglia G                    ONLINE
                                                                                                     09/12/2011 TO 12/17/2011
430 M W            6:30PM 8:50PM           Staff                      1430
        This class includes homework that is done online. There is a separate   62102 T Th         1:30PM 2:50PM           Costa A                     831
        fee for online homework.




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                                                           Fall 2011
ADMJ 122                                                3 UNITS           ADMJ 191                                                3 UNITS
IntroductIon to crImInAl procedures                                       AdmInIstrAtIon oF JustIce InternshIp 2
Study of the roles and responsibilities of each component of the crimi-   A program designed to permit Administration of Justice students
nal justice system when interacting with violators of the law. Students   to work as interns inside various agencies associated with law, law
will become familiar with the procedural rights of an accused from        enforcement, courts, corrections, probation, Fish and Game, and
the time of an accusation until the completion of the sentence.           private security. Students are evaluated by the agency and college
                                                                          staff. Internships frequently lead to employment in the agencies where
                                                                          assignments are made.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
62117 M W        12:30PM 1:50PM         McCann S                2210
                                                                          968 T             5:00PM 5:50PM        McCann S                 1013

ADMJ 123                                                3 UNITS
IntroductIon to communIty polIcIng                                        ADMJ 290                                                3 UNITS
An in-depth study of the relationship between the practitioners in the    AdmInIstrAtIon oF JustIce InternshIp 3
criminal justice system and the community they serve. The student         A program designed to permit Administration of Justice students
will analyze the casual aspects of community misunderstanding,            to work as interns inside various agencies associated with law, law
lack of cooperation, and mistrust. Historical and modern models           enforcement, courts, corrections, progation, Fish and Game, and
will be examined, with particular emphasis placed upon community          private security. Students are evaluated by the agency and college
problem-solving and community policing. The importance of lan-            staff. Internships frequently lead to employment in the agencies where
guage, communication skills, and the understanding of prejudice           assignments are made.
will be stressed.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       60595 T           5:00PM 5:50PM        McCann S                 1013
56162                               Miraglia G               ONLINE
                    09/12/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                          ADMJ 291                                                3 UNITS
                                                                          AdmInIstrAtIon oF JustIce InternshIp 4
ADMJ 124                                                3 UNITS           A program designed to permit Administration of Justice students
                                                                          to work as interns inside various agencies associated with law, law
IntroductIon to InvestIgAtIon                                             enforcement, courts, corrrections, probation, Fish and Game, and
Course covers the fundamental issues of criminal investigations,
                                                                          private security. Students are evaluated by the agency and college
including interviewing techniques, management of evidence collec-
                                                                          staff. Internships frequently lead to employment in the agencies where
tion, technical resources, case preparation, and public and media
                                                                          assignments are made.
relations.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                          974 T             5:00PM 5:50PM        McCann S                 1013
62114 Th          6:30PM 9:20PM         Bagos A                 2220

ADMJ 125                                                3 UNITS
IntroductIon to evIdence
The origin, development, philosophy and constitutional basis of evi-                    AMERICAN SIGN
dence; constitutional and procedural considerations affecting arrest
and search and seizure; kinds and degrees of evidence, rules, and                         LANGUAGE
case studies.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
62215                               McCann S                 ONLINE
                    09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011
58581 M           6:30PM 9:20PM                                 1006
                                                                          ASL 120                                                 5 UNITS
                                                                          elementAry AmerIcAn sIgn lAnguAge
                                                                          Emphasizes grammar and receptive and expressive skills. Overview
ADMJ 190                                                3 UNITS           of the culture of native signers. Independent study of supplemental
AdmInIstrAtIon oF JustIce InternshIp 1                                    video materials will require a minimum of two hours each week.
A program designed to permit Administration of Justice students
to work as interns inside various agencies associated with law, law
enforcement, courts, corrections, probation, Fish and Game, and           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
private security. Students are evaluated by the agency and college        674 T Th          1:30PM 3:50PM        Bishop M                 2230
staff. Internships frequently lead to employment in the agencies where
assignments are made.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
967 T             5:00PM 5:50PM         McCann S                1013




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                                         Schedule of Classes
                                                                        ANTH 122                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                        mAgIc, rItuAl, And BelIeF
             ANTHROPOLOGY                                               Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
                                                                        Cross-cultural study of magic, ritual, myth, ancestor worship, and
                                                                        witchcraft using the theories and methods of anthropology. Emphasis
ANTH 120                                                3 UNITS         is on understanding the role of belief and ritual within a given cultural
                                                                        context, as well as broader comparisons to derive insight into the
BIologIcAl Anthropology                                                 general functions of belief and ritual in human life.
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
This course introduces students to the theories, methods and ap-        Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
plications of biological anthropology. Topics include the scientific
                                                                        62101 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM         Amato J                  2220
method, principles of evolution and adaptation, human genetics,
human osteology, hominin species and the fossil record, and the
anatomy and behavior of living non-human primates.                      ANTH 130                                                  3 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor                Room
                                                                        IntroductIon to ArchAeology
                                                                        Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
61030 T Th       11:00AM 12:20PM Johnson I                       2220   The development of archaeology as an anthropological study; objec-
        Students must also enroll in ANTH 120L-62098 or 62099.          tives and methods of modern archaeology; prehistory and growth of
                                                                        culture; the origins and early development of civilization in the Old
                                                                        and New World.
ANTH 120L                                                   1 UNIT      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
BIologIcAl Anthropology lAB
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90                          62100 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM        Johnson I                2210
ANTH 120L is a hands-on laboratory course in physical anthropology,
designed to help students gain practical knowledge of the techniques
used in the laboratory setting. Areas of study will include: anatomy,
genetics, analysis and measurement of human biological/skeletal         ANTH 150                                                  3 UNITS
material, primate taxonomy, comparative primate anatomy and             sex And gender: cross-cuturAl perspectIv
behavior, hominid fossil comparisons and evolutionary theory.           Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
                                                                        Students will examine the cultural frameworks and theoretical debates
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor                Room
                                                                        concerning sex and gender, including the impact of forces of change
                                                                        (migration, globalization, etc.) on gender issues. The perspectives of
62098 T           2:00PM 4:50PM         Johnson I                1832   contemporary ethnic groups that identify or seek to redefine Latino/a,
        Lab only- Students must enroll in ANTH 120-61030.               Chicano/a, Native American, and African American experiences will
                                                                        be emphasized.
62099 Th          2:00PM 4:50PM         Johnson I                1832
        Lab only- Students must enroll in ANTH 120-61030.               Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                        60596                                    Amato J               ONLINE



ANTH 121                                                3 UNITS
IntroductIon to culturAl Anthropology                                   ANTH 200                                                  3 UNITS
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90                          IntroductIon to lInguIstIc Anthropology
This introductory course positions culture as a key concept for un-     Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
derstanding diverse ways of life both internationally and in American   This course examines the complex relationship between culture and
communities. Primary anthropological methods and concepts of kin-       language. Lectures and readings will use linguistic case studies and
ship, gender, ethnicity, race and class will be explored as formative   data to explore various theories about how language is shaped by,
elements of society and culture. Through analyzing the intersections    and in turn shapes, culture and social relations.
between global processes and identity-making, this class will explore   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
what it means to be American, as well as to be human, in the con-
temporary world.                                                        60597 T Th         1:30PM 2:50PM         Amato J                  2220

Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor                Room
59408                                   Amato J              ONLINE
979                                     Amato J              ONLINE




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                                                                Fall 2011
                                                                                ARTS 111                                                     3 UNITS
                              ARTS                                              FIgure drAwIng 1
                                                                                This course focuses on drawing the human figure from observa-
                                                                                tion using a wide variety of drawing media and techniques. Topics
                                                                                include an introduction to human anatomy and an introduction to
ARTS 101                                                     3 UNITS            the historical and contemporary role of figure drawing in the visual
2-d desIgn & color theory                                                       arts. Students in this course will learn both descriptive and interpretive
Introductory studio course focusing on the fundamental elements of              approaches to drawing the figure. Transfers to: CSU, UC
two-dimensional art and design as applied in both traditional and
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
digital media. Topics include: basic design principles, color theory, art
terminology, and interpretive analysis of form and content. Required            62154 M W         12:30PM 3:20PM           Shearer E                  3718
for the AA in Studio Arts and for students transferring to a BA or BFA                  There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration
Art Program.                                                                            (fees subject to change without notice and are non-refundable.

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62150 T Th         9:30AM 12:20PM          Hancock F                  3716
        There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration   ARTS 120                                                     3 UNITS
        (fee subject to change without notice and are non-refundable.)          FundAmentAls oF pAIntIng
                                                                                This introductory studio course focuses on the basic techniques and
62149 M W          2:00PM 4:50PM           Hancock F                  3716      materials of painting, employing a wide range of painting media
        There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration
                                                                                and subject matter. Topics include basic color theory, materials,
        (fee subject to change without notice and are non-refundable.)
                                                                                development of both representational and abstract approaches,
                                                                                and strategies for intuitive, individual response to subject matter
                                                                                and materials in directed assignments. Designed for students with
                                                                                no prior experience with painting.
ARTS 102                                                     3 UNITS            Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
three dImensIonAl desIgn                                                        62224 F            9:30AM 3:20PM           Willis N                  UVC1
This is an introductory studio course that focuses on the basic prin-                   There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration
ciples of three-dimensional design with applications in a variety of                    (fees subject to change without notice and are non-refundable).
sculptural media including clay, plaster, wood and paper. Topics
include basic design principles, interpretive analysis of form and
content and theories of spatial organization. Required for all art              62155 T Th         1:30PM 4:20PM           Hancock F                  3718
majors.                                                                                 There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration
                                                                                        (fees subject to change without notice and are non-refundable.
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62151 T Th         1:30PM 4:20PM           Bruggeman R                3503

ARTS 110                                                     3 UNITS            ARTS 140                                                     3 UNITS
FundAmentAls oF drAwIng                                                         BegInnIng cerAmIcs:hAndBuIldIng
This course focuses on the development of observational skills and              The basic processes and technologies of ceramics and appreciation
drawing techniques, employing a wide range of drawing media and                 of clay as a form of artistic expression will be explored. An intro-
subject matter. Students in this course will develop both technical             duction to a variety of hand-building methods and hands-on use
abilities and creative responses to material and subject matter. No             of these processes to create various hand-built pieces. Includes an
prior experience with drawing is required or expected.                          introduction to the appreciation of historic ceramic objects. Lectures
                                                                                on clay, glazes, kilns and firing. Appropriate for all art majors and
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        minors as well as general interest students.
62152 M W          9:30AM 12:20PM          Shearer E                  3717      Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62153 T Th         3:00PM 5:50PM           Staff                      3717
62497 M W          6:00PM 8:50PM           Staff                      3717      62160 M W          1:00PM 3:50PM           Bruggeman R                3503
        There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration   62161 T Th         6:00PM 8:50PM           Bruggeman R                3503
        (fees subject to change without notice and are non-refundable.




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                                            Schedule of Classes
ARTS 141                                                     3 UNITS
BegInnIng cerAmIcs throwIng
The basic processes and technologies of ceramics and appreciation                                ART HISTORY
of clay as a form of artistic expression will be explored. Introduction
to a variety of throwing methods and hands-on use of these pro-
cesses to create various thrown pieces. Includes an introduction to
the appreciation of historic ceramic objects. Lectures on clay, glazes,
                                                                                ARTH 105                                                3 UNITS
kilns and firing. Appropriate for all art majors and minors as well             Art hIstory: prehIstorIc to medIevAl
as general interest students. Repeatable once for credit. Transfer to           This course covers the major historical and formal developments of
CSU and UC                                                                      art and architecture from the Upper Paleolithic era to the Medieval
                                                                                period with a global perspective. Topics will include an introduction
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        to basic art historical terminology, analysis of cultural context and
62162 M W          1:00PM 3:50PM           Bruggeman R                3503      foundational theories of aesthetic appreciation. Required for all art
                                                                                majors.

ARTS 145                                                     3 UNITS            Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
clAy sculpture                                                                  58654 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM       Badgett A                3706
The use of clay as a means of artistic expression. Emphasis on explor-
ing images and ideas that can be expressed in clay and techniques
to execute them. Repeatable once for credtit.
                                                                                ARTH 106                                                3 UNITS
                                                                                Art hIstory: renAIssAnce to modern
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        This course covers the major historical and formal developments of
62264 M W         10:00AM 12:50PM Bruggeman R                         3503      art and architecture from the early Renaissance to the Contemporary
                                                                                period with a global perspective. Topics will include an introduction
                                                                                to basic art historical terminology, analysis of cultural context and
ARTS 241                                                     3 UNITS            foundational theories of aesthetic appreciation. Required for all art
IntermedIAte cerAmIcs: throwIng                                                 majors.
Recommended Preparation: ART 155B
Develops an understanding of clay as a form of artistic expression.             Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
By using a variety of wheel throwing techniques students will problem           58655 T Th       11:00AM 12:20PM Badgett A                      3706
solve a number of assignments. Student will use a varity of surface             60575 T           6:00PM 8:50PM  Badgett A                      3706
treatments and have hands-on experience with kilns and studio
equipment. Repeatable once for credit. Transfers to: CSU, UC.                   ARTH 114                                                3 UNITS
                                                                                Art hIstory: renAIssAnce And BAroque
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        This course covers the development of art, architecture, and design
62167 M W         10:00AM 12:50PM Bruggeman R                         3503
                                                                                in Western Europe from the 13th century through the early 18th
                                                                                century.

ARTS 246                                                        1 UNIT          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
rAku-FIred pottery                                                              62148 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM       Badgett A                3706
This course involves an introduction to and continued investigation of
the Raku-firing process. Includes the study of clay and glaze varieties         ARTH 130                                                3 UNITS
appropriate for Raku. Students will design and produce ceramic forms
specifically for the Raku process. The form, function, surface, and             hIstory oF AsIAn Art
content of historic, contemporary and student works will be analyzed            This is a survey course of the painting, sculpture and architecture of
and studied.                                                                    Asia, with particular focus on the arts of India, China, and Japan.
                                                                                Emphasized will be the connection of visual art to specific historic
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        and cultural contexts.
62169 T Th         6:00PM 8:50PM    Bruggeman R                       3503      Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                    08/15/2011 TO 09/24/2011
                                                                                60576 M W        11:00AM 12:20PM Badgett A                      3706

ARTS 260                                                     3 UNITS
studIo workshop
This course is designed for art students interested in further honing
skills learned in drawing, painting, printmaking or mixed media
through individually directed work in a supervised studio environment
with regular group, individual and written critiques and reviews.

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62225 F            9:30AM 3:20PM           Willis N                  UVC1
        There is a $25 fee for required art materials payable at registration
        (fees subject to change without notice and are non-refundable).



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                                                              Fall 2011
                                                                              BIOL 105                                                    4 UNITS
                   ASTRONOMY                                                  humAn BIology
                                                                              Recommended Preparation: ENGL 90, MATH 94, and CHEM 110
                                                                              A survey of human biology focusing on anatomy, physiology, cell
                                                                              development, tissues, organs and organ systems. The course also
ASTR 110                                                    3 UNITS           covers molecular biology, genetics, human evolution and diversity.
descrIptIve Astronomy                                                         Laboratories include microscopic observations, experiments, and
An introductory general education course on the formation, proper-            animal dissections. This course is specifically designed for health
ties, evolution, and fates of celestial objects--from galaxies to planets     occupations students as a prerequiste to Human Anatomy and Hu-
to black holes. Group evening sky-observing is included.                      man Physiology, but is also designed for non-majors.

Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
56237 T Th         3:00PM 4:20PM          Smith R                   1839      1107 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Burns S                            838
        This course requires an additional 9 hours sky observing time to be        T            1:30PM 4:20PM   Burns S                           2040
        arranged with the instructor.                                                This section includes lab.
                                                                              60543 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Burns S                            838
                                                                                    Th          1:30PM 4:20PM   Burns S                           2041
                                                                                      This section includes lab.
ASTR 111                                                    3 UNITS
prActIcAl Astronomy                                                           60544 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Burns S                            838
An introductory general education course which emphasizes how to                    M           1:30PM 4:20PM   Burns S                           2040
observe and understand the motions of the celestial objects, including                This section includes lab.
the sun, moon, planets, comets, meteors, and stars. Evening group
sky-observing is included.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              BIOL 110                                                    4 UNITS
                                                                              survey oF BIology
1105 M             7:00PM 9:50PM          Charlesworth J            1839      A study of life, including surveys of plant and animal kingdoms,
        This course requires an additional 9 hours sky observing time to be   mammalian anatomy and physiology, cytology, genetics, and ecol-
        arranged with the instructor.                                         ogy. Intended for non-biology majors.
                                                                              Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room

                        BIOLOGY
                                                                              1111 M W           8:00AM 9:20AM          Lynch S                   2240
                                                                                   M             9:30AM 12:20PM         Lynch S                   2030
                                                                                      Lab is included in this section.Students must be prepared to pay a
                                                                                      materials fee of $20 at time of registration.

                                                                              60545 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM          Lynch S                   2240
BIOL 103                                                    3 UNITS                 W            9:30AM 12:20PM         Lynch S                   2030
nutrItIon todAy                                                                       Lab is included in this section.Students must be prepared to pay a
This is a general education course intended primarily for the non-                    materials fee of $20 at time of registration.
nutrition major. Course topics include a study of nutrients; their use
and effect in the body; psychological, socioeconomic and geographic           1110 M W           7:00PM 9:50PM          Mulligan T                2030
influences of nutritional practices; and current nutritional concerns.                Lab is included in this section. Students must be prepared to pay a
Calorie and nutrient analysis is considered in relation to balanced                   materials fee of $20 at the time of registration.
diets and weight control.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              BIOL 112                                                    3 UNITS
1106 M             3:00PM 5:50PM          Mulligan T                1839
                                                                              IntroductIon to ecology
                                                                              This course explores basic principles of ecology and environmental
                                                                              biology, including study of major biomes and habitat types, biologi-
                                                                              cal diversity, interactions of organisms with the physical environment,
                                                                              plant and animal interactions, nutrient cycling and energy flow in
                                                                              ecosystems, and the interdependence of organisms in biological
                                                                              communities. The role of humans in the environment will also be
                                                                              examined. This is an introductory course for science majors as well
                                                                              as non-majors.
                                                                              Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                              54018 M            6:00PM 8:50PM          Koehler J                 1831




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                                           Schedule of Classes
BIOL 120                                                    4 UNITS           BIOL 220                                                5 UNITS
generAl BIology                                                               generAl mIcroBIology
Prerequisite: CHEM 120                                                        Prerequisites: BIOL 120, BIOL 150, or BIOL 219
Study of the basic principles of Biology on the molecular and cellular        Morphology, metabolism, molecular genetics and ecology of bac-
levels with emphasis on macromolecules of life, organelle structure           teria, fungi, viruses, helminths and protozoa. Extensive laboratory
and function, cellular metabolism, cellular reproduction, Mendelian           work include aseptic techniques, methods of cultivation, identification
and molecular genetics. Intended primarily for Biology Majors or              and enumeration of bacteria, examination of physiologic charac-
students requiring a molecular/cellular interpretation of life.               teristics and recombinant DNA techniques using common bacteria.
                                                                              For students majoring in biological sciences, medicine, veterinary
                                                                              medicine, dental hygiene, nursing, public health.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        biol-120 or biol-150 or biol-219
1116 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Burns S                           1638
                                                                              Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor          Room
     W            1:30PM 4:20PM   Burns S                           2040
                                                                              60546 T Th         8:00AM 9:20AM           Rose S               2031
                                                                                    T Th         9:30AM 12:20PM          Rose S               2031
BIOL 218                                                    5 UNITS                   Lab is included in this section.
humAn AnAtomy
Prerequisite: BIOL 105 or BIOL 120                                            1127 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Rose S                        2031
An introduction to the principles of the gross and microscopic                     MW           1:30PM 4:20PM   Rose S                        2031
anatomy of the human body. Dissection of a human cadaver and a                        Lab is included in this section.
cat are supplemented by anatomical models, charts, and microscopic
observation of human tissues. Primarily intended for students pursuing
an Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN), A.S. degree in Respiratory             BIOL 240                                                5 UNITS
Care, or B.A./B.S. degree in a Health Sciences field.                         generAl Zoology
                                                                              An integrated course in zoology and organismal biology. Emphasis
                                                                              is on the anatomy, physiology, embryology, and natural history of
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              all major animal phyla as well as the mechanisms of evolution and
1117 T Th         8:00AM 9:20AM           Thomas A                  2041      evolutionary relationships among animal taxa. Intended for Biology
     T Th         9:30AM 12:20PM          Thomas A                  2041      Majors
        Lab is included in this section. Students must be prepared to pay a   BIOL-120
        materials fee of $25 payable at the time of registration.
                                                                              Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor          Room
1120 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Moore B                           2041
                                                                              1132 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Clemens D                     1835
     MW            1:30PM 4:20PM  Moore B                           2041
                                                                                   MW           1:30PM 4:20PM   Clemens D                     2030
        Lab is included in this section. Students must be prepared to pay a
                                                                                      Lab is included in this section.
        materials fee of $25 payable at the time of registration.

52999 M W         5:00PM 6:20PM           Riddell B                 2041
      MW          6:30PM 9:20PM           Riddell B                 2041
        Lab is included in this section. Students must be prepared to pay a
        materials fee of $25 payable at the time of registration.



BIOL 219                                                    5 UNITS
humAn physIology
Prerequisites: BIOL 105 or BIOL 120, and CHEM 110
Recommended Preparation: BIOL 218
An introduction to the function of the human body, with a focus on
mechanisms of homeostasis at the biochemical, cellular, and sys-
temic levels. Laboratory exercises include observations of structure-
function relationships, physiological measurements, and simulation
exercises.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
52444 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM Lindgren E                         2040
      MW          10:00AM 12:50PM Lindgren E                        2040
        Students must be prepared to pay a materials fee of $25 payable at
        the time of registration.

1121 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Clemens D                         2040
     T Th          1:30PM 4:20PM  Clemens D                         2040
        Lab is included in this section. Students must be prepared to pay a
        materials fee of $25 payable at the time of registration.




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                                                                Fall 2011
                                                                                BUSI 100                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                IntroductIon to BusIness
                       BUSINESS                                                 This course is an overview of contemporary American business.
                                                                                The course explores private enterprise, entrepreneurship, manage-
                                                                                ment, marketing, finance, securities, business law, and information
                                                                                systems.
                                                                                Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
     students may enroll for 1 unit each
     in either BusI 90A, BusI 90B, BusI                                         483                               Unti W
                                                                                                08/15/2011 TO 12/10/2011
                                                                                                                                             ONLINE
     90c. A total of 3 unIts of credit can
     be earned. students may increase                                           482 T             9:30AM 12:20PM        Hall J                   875
     the number of units up until the                                                   Homework is required to be done online.
     last five weeks of the semester.                                           481 M             3:00PM 5:50PM         Hall J                  1430
                                                                                        Homework is required to be done online.

BUSI 90A                                                        1 UNIT
BusIness mAth (pArt 1)                                                          BUSI 103                                                  3 UNITS
Recommended Preparation: MATH 55                                                legAl envIronment oF BusIness
Business Math applies arithmetic to practical problems encountered              This course provides an overview of law and the legal system as they
by business professionals. Topics include banking, solving equations,           relate to the business. The areas of study include the rule of law and
percents, discounts, markup/markdowns, and payroll.                             its foundation in ethics; American legal process and institutions; and
                                                                                selected areas of governmental regulation in employment, consumer
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        transactions, competition and the environment. Some additional ar-
56133                                      Hall J                     1436      eas which are covered include private law concepts of tort, contract,
                                                                                agency and business organizations.
BUSI 90B                                                        1 UNIT          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
BusIness mAth (pArt 2)                                                          485                               Balassi S                  ONLINE
Recommended Preparation: MATH 55                                                                08/15/2011 TO 12/3/2011
Business Math applies arithmetic to practical problems encountered
                                                                                60645 T           6:30PM 9:30PM         Staff                   1434
by business professionals. Topics include interest, discounting, present
                                                                                        Homework is required to be done online.
value, annuities, sinking funds, installment buying, and the cost of
home ownership.
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        BUSI 105                                                  3 UNITS
56134                                      Hall J                     1436      BusIness communIcAtIons
                                                                                Written communication for business. Reviews punctuation, sentence
                                                                                structure, and style. Focuses on writing skills in letters, memos, and
BUSI 90C                                                        1 UNIT          business reports. Introduces students to research methods and pro-
BusIness mAth (pArt 3)                                                          cedures. Written assignments total a minimum of 8,000 words.
Recommended Preparation: MATH 55
Business Math applies arithmetic to practical problems encountered
by business professionals. Topics include financial reports, deprecia-          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
tion, inventory, taxes, insurance, investments, and statistics.                 488                                     Ribble-Libove L      ONLINE

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
56135                                      Hall J                     1436
        This class is self-paced. Students must schedule their specific hours
        of attendance prior to the beginning of the class in either a MW
        or TTh timeframe. Three hours a week required. Call 253-3180 to
        schedule. Fridays are open lab days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional
        Assistants will be available to assist students. .




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                                         Schedule of Classes
BUSI 141                                                3 UNITS          BUSI 143                                                     3 UNITS
entrepreneurIAl opportunIty AnAlysIs                                     entrepreneurIAl BusIness plAn
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to assess     This course will review the roles of entrepreneurs and small business
the current economic, social and political climate for the business      in today’s economy. Students will learn the many issues and problems
idea studied. In addition, the student should be able to explain how     in trying to buy or start a new business. Some of these issues include
demographic, technological and social changes impact the busi-           location, organization, staffing, record keeping, marketing, financial,
ness idea. Students will assess the personal appropriateness of their    and legal considerations.
business ideas based on their strengths and skills , and personal,
professional and financial goals. An initial market assessment will      Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
be made and students will test their business concept through basic      60654 S             8:00AM 4:50PM    Unti W                           1772
market research. This course is required for all program-specific                             08/15/2011 TO 10/15/2011
Entrepreneurship Certificates. The final outcome of the class will
be a determination of the feasibility of the entrepreneurial students            Hybrid. Meeting dates: 10/15/11, 11/5/11, 12/3/11 (10/15 only,
business idea.                                                                   1-4:50 pm)

Syn# Days       Time                   Instructor             Room
60653 S           8:00AM 4:50PM    Unti W                       1772     BUSI 176                                                     2 UNITS
                   08/15/2011 TO 10/15/2011                              mAchIne cAlculAtIons
        Hybrid. Meeting dates: 8/20/11, 9/17/11, 10/15/11 (10/15 only,   Machine Calculations is a fundamental course that focuses on the
        8-11:50am)                                                       operations of a 10-key electronic printing calculator to solve com-
                                                                         mon business problems found in accounting, finance, and banking
                                                                         organizations.
BUSI 142                                                3 UNITS          Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
prIncIples oF mAnAgement                                                 493                                        Hall J                     1436
This course provides an overview of basic management theory and                  DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
concepts. The primary functions of management are studied in depth.              their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
Some areas covered are planning, organizing, coordinating, and                   either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
controlling.                                                                     week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
Syn# Days       Time                   Instructor             Room               days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
                                                                                 assist students.
58539                              Holland P                 ONLINE
                   08/15/2011 TO 12/02/2011                              56136 T             6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                           1436
                                                                                              08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011




                                                     Business Administration
                                                Napa Valley College Means Business!

             Face-to-Face Courses                        Want to start your own                               Online Courses
         (Courses begin August 15 and end                      company?                                   (Courses begin August 15)
               December 17, 2011)                        BUSI 141—Entrepreneurial
                                                            Opportunity Analysis                  BUSI 142—Principles of Management
        BUSI 100—Introduction to Business           (Meets 8/20, 9/17 & 10/15 with online                  (Section #58539)
              (Section #s 481 & 482)                             homework)
                                                                                                    BUSI 100—Introduction to Business
          BUSI 103—Legal Environment of               BUSI 143—Entrepreneurial Business                  (Section #483, 17 Weeks)
                     Business                                         Plan
                 (Section #60645)                      (Meets 10/15, 11/19 & 12/10 with               BUSI 103—Legal Environment of
                                                               online homework)                                  Business
               BUSI 251—Marketing                    For questions concerning the business               (Section #485 16 Weeks)
                (Section # 53851)                    administration program, contact Julie
                                                        Hall at jhall@napavalley.edu or                  BUSI 185—Business English
                                                     707.253.3173. For the entrepreneurial               (Section #52615 17 Weeks)
                                                         classes, contact Beth Pratt at
                                                           epratt@napavalley.edu or
                                                                  707.253.3113


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                                                                Fall 2011
BUSI 177                                                     2 UNITS            BUSI 251                                                     3 UNITS
records mAnAgement                                                              mArketIng
Study and practice in rules for indexing, filing, retrieving, and               Analysis of the social and economic implications of marketing in the
cross-referencing records; study of different types of equipment and            business environment. Emphasis on marketing structure and behavior,
noncorrespondence records storage; study of database records                    marketing institutions, channels of distribution, and the ingredients
management concepts and procedures.                                             that affect the market mix (product, place, price and promotion).
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
495                                        Hall J                     1436      Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule      53851 T            1:30PM 4:20PM           Staff                      1431
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
                                                                                BUSI 275                                                     2 UNITS
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to     mAchIne trAnscrIptIon
        assist students.
                                                                                Operation and knowledge of transcription machines. Fundamentals
                                                                                of spelling, grammar, and correct letter styles are reinforced. Attention
56137 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436      is given to typing manuscripts and reports in good form.
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
                                                                                500                                        Hall J                     1436
BUSI 185                                                     2 UNITS                    DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
BusIness englIsh                                                                        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
Principles and application of business correspondence language                          either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
skills: grammar and proper usage, punctuation, hyphenation and                          week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
division of words, number rules, capitalization, abbreviations, con-                    days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
tractions, and proofreading.                                                            assist students.

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
52615                                Hall J                        ONLINE
                     08/22/2011 TO 12/10/2011
        Online. 16 Weeks




                                                              Business Skills Center
                                                      Self-Paced, Individualized Courses

      Open-Entry/Open Exit courses                                  9-Week Courses                                  Open-Exit Courses
   (Register and finish any time throughout            (Courses begin on August 15 and again             (Courses begin August 15 and end when
        the semester with instructor approval               October 17)                                       you finish the required work)
        and course work completed)                     CISA 172—Keyboarding Skill                        BUSI 176—Machine Calculations
   BUSI 90—Business Math, Part 1, 2, 3                      Development                                  BUSI 177—Records Management
   CISA 170—Keyboarding 1, Part 1, 2, 3                CISA 287—Desktop Publishing (using MS             BUSI 275—Machine Transcription
   CISA 171—Keyboarding 2, Part 1, 2, 3                     Word 2010 or MS Publisher 2010)              CISA 130—Computer Literacy
                                                       CISA 288—Presentation Software (using             CISA 270—Keyboarding 3
                                                            MS PowerPoint 2010)
                                                       CISA 289—Advanced Desktop Publishing
                                                            (using MS Word 2010)

                    For more information contact the Business Skills Center at (707) 259-8959 or visit our website at
                               http://www.napavalley.edu/Academics/BCS/Pages/BusinessSkillsCenter.aspx

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                                            Schedule of Classes
                                                                         CHEM 120                                                 5 UNITS
                                                                         generAl chemIstry 1
                     CHEMISTRY                                           Prerequisites: CHEM 110 and MATH 94
                                                                         An introduction to principles of chemistry, with an emphasis on
                                                                         mathematical applications. Topics include atomic structure, chemi-
CHEM 110                                                   4 UNITS       cal reactions, gram-mole-atom conversions, stoichiometry, aqueous
IntroductIon to chemIstry                                                solutions, concentrations, titrations, limiting reactants, gas behavior,
                                                                         kinetic molecular theory, bonding, molecular structure, quantum
Prerequisite: MATH 94
                                                                         theory, and coordination chemistry.
The first course in chemistry for students preparing for biological or
health sciences, for more advanced chemistry courses, or for those       Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor           Room
desiring to learn about chemistry in the everyday world for general
                                                                         1154 M Th         11:00AM 11:50AM Fawl S                         2210
education. Laboratory is included.
                                                                              TW           11:00AM 12:20PM Fawl S                         2210
                                                                              T            1:30PM 5:20PM   Fawl S                         1830
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor         Room              Lab is included in this section.
                                                                         60551 M Th        11:00AM 11:50AM Fawl S                         2210
1133 T Th          8:00AM 9:20AM           Cerreta K            2240           TW          11:00AM 12:20PM Fawl S                         2210
     T             9:30AM 12:20PM                               1844           W           1:30PM 5:20PM   Fawl S                         1830
        Lab is included in this section.                                         Lab is included in this section.
52883 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM           Quinlan F            2210     60552 M Th        11:00AM 11:50AM Fawl S                         2210
      M            9:30AM 12:20PM                               1830           TW          11:00AM 12:20PM Fawl S                         2210
        Lab is included in this section.                                       M           1:30PM 5:20PM   Fawl S                         1830
                                                                                 Lab is included in this section.
54035 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM           Quinlan F            2210
      W            9:30AM 12:20PM                               1830     60552 TW          11:00AM 12:20PM Fawl S                         2210
        Lab is included this section.                                            Lab is included in this section.
60547 T Th         8:00AM 9:20AM           Cerreta K            2240
      Th           9:30AM 12:20PM          Cerreta K            1844
        Lab is included in this section.                                 CHEM 121                                                 5 UNITS
                                                                         generAl chemIstry 2
56024 M W          1:30PM 2:50PM           Subramanian M        1839     Prerequisite: CHEM 120
      M            5:30PM 8:20PM           Subramanian M        1844
                                                                         A continuation of CHEM 120. Topics include solutions, acid-base
        Lab is included in this section.
                                                                         and redox equilibria, thermodynamics, kinetics, pH, buffers, solubility
60550 M W          1:30PM 2:50PM           Subramanian M        1839     product, complex ions, electrochemistry, biochemistry and nuclear
      W            3:00PM 5:50PM           Subramanian M        1844     chemistry.
        Lab is included in this section.                                 Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor           Room
1147 T             6:00PM 8:50PM           Edwards M            2240     1161 T             8:30AM 12:20PM          Quinlan F             1830
     W             6:00PM 8:50PM           Edwards M            1830          M             1:30PM 2:20PM           Quinlan F              837
        Lab is included in this section.                                      TW            1:30PM 2:50PM           Quinlan F              837
                                                                              Th            1:30PM 2:20PM           Quinlan F             1830
60548 T            6:00PM 8:50PM           Edwards M            2240             Lab is included in this section.
      Th           6:00PM 8:50PM           Edwards M            1830
        Lab is included in this section.
                                                                         CHEM 240                                                 4 UNITS
                                                                         orgAnIc chemIstry 1
                                                                         Prerequisite: CHEM 120
                                                                         The first course of a two-semester sequence designed for pre-profes-
                                                                         sional programs such as chemistry, chemical engineering, medicine
                                                                         and biology. Introduction to organic synthetic pathways, mechanisms,
                                                                         and spectroscopy. Lab work includes qualitative analysis of organic
                                                                         compounds, extraction, separation and identification of compounds
                                                                         using spectral methods and synthetic chemical techniques.

                                                                         Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor           Room
                                                                         1163 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM          Fawl S                1638
                                                                              M             2:00PM 4:50PM           Fawl S                1844
                                                                                 Lab is included in this section.

                                                                         60553 M W          9:30AM 10:50AM          Fawl S                1638
                                                                               T            2:00PM 4:50PM           Fawl S                1844
                                                                                 Lab is included in this section.




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                                                            Fall 2011
                                                                           CFS 140                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                           the chIld, FAmIly & communIty
                CHILD & FAMILY                                             This course is a multicultural examination of the effects of family and
                                                                           community on a child’s development. Topics include the interactions
                   STUDIES                                                 among children, family, school, peers, media, and community, with
                                                                           an emphasis on ethnic diversity, social class, gender roles, and their
                                                                           impact on family behavior, values, morals, and attitudes.
CFS 120                                                  3 UNITS
chIld development                                                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
This course will examine theories and research regarding physical,         54223                                   Chiabotti D           ONLINE
cognitive, social, and emotional development from preconception            1002 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM         Chiabotti D            2230
through adolescence. Typical and atypical development will be              1001 W            6:30PM 9:20PM         Gassen A               2230
considered. The impact of the family, culture, and society on the
developing person will be explored
                                                                           CFS 145                                                  3 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       lAnguAge development & eArly lIterAcy
982                                     Chiabotti D           ONLINE       The development of language in young children and the role of
995 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM        Chiabotti D            2230        literature are examined, including a detailed exploration of quality
996 M             6:30PM 9:20PM         Quiroz P               2230        children’’s literature. The practical use of language and literature in
                                                                           a variety of early childhood settings will be discussed. Transfers to:
CFS 122                                                  4 UNITS           CSU
prIncIples & prActIces oF teAch young ch                                   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
This course is a combination of lecture and supervised field practice
                                                                           62128                                   Chiabotti D           ONLINE
in an assigned early care and education setting. The philosophy,
principles and practices of early childhood programs will be studied.
In addition, the practical application of effective techniques for guid-
ing behavior and facilitating learning will be discussed.                  CFS 151                                                  3 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                           envIronments For InFAnts & toddlers
                                                                           This course will study the impact of the physical and emotional en-
997 Th            6:30PM 9:20PM         Villagran M              2230      vironment of an Infant/Toddler classroom on the social, emotional
        Plus 3 hours lab per week.                                         and cognitive well being of infants and toddlers. The components
                                                                           of good quality early care and education for this age group will also
                                                                           be studied.
CFS 123                                                  3 UNITS           Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
oBs & Assessment
Prerequisites: CFS 120 OR PSYC 185                                         62126 M           6:30PM 9:20PM         Gassen A                 3004
This course explores the use of multiple techniques in observing, re-
cording, and understanding the behavior of young children. Students        CFS 161                                                  3 UNITS
will utilize observational techniques to increase the effectiveness of     workIng wIth FAmIlIes
their teaching.                                                            This course explores the value of relationships between families and
                                                                           the staff within the school setting. Includes an in-depth exploration
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       of key concepts on how to deal effectively with families.
999 T             6:30PM 9:20PM         Villagran M              2230      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                           62127 F           5:30PM 9:20PM         Edwards S                3004
CFS 130                                                  3 UNITS                 S           9:00AM 5:20PM         Edwards S                3004
the creAtIve process In young chIldren                                             Dates:8/26, 8/27, 9/23, 9/24, 10/14, 10/15, 11/18, 11/19
Prerequisites: CFS 122 and CFS 123
Students will explore techniques that support the creative abilities of
young children in art, music, literature, drama, puppetry, cooking,
and nutrition. This course emphasizes a developmental creative             CFS 184                                                  3 UNITS
approach.                                                                  teAchIng chIldren In A dIverse socIety
                                                                           This course explores issues of diversity in the classroom. Teachers
                                                                           are challenged to alter teaching patterns and classroom environ-
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                           ments to support the ethnic, racial, linguistic, and family diversity of
1000 Th           6:30PM 9:20PM    Smyle F                       3004      children.
                   08/15/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                           58576 T           6:30PM 9:20PM         Gassen A                 3004




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                                              Schedule of Classes
CFS 196                                                        3 UNITS             CISA 142                                                      3 UNITS
musIc & movement In eArly chIldhood                                                operAtIng systems
Introduction to teaching music and movement to young children.                     This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the Operating
Basic elements such as beat, rhythm, timber, dynamics, form, and                   System. Topics included such as file management, hard disk optimi-
melody will be explored in developmentally appropriate and cultur-                 zation, backup and restore, system security, network organization,
ally sensitive ways. Songs, games, finger plays, rhymes, dances,                   and using a command-line environment.
and playing instruments will be presented. Repeatable two times for
credit.                                                                            Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                 Room
                                                                                   62119 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Miller R                               1432
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room                Hybrid. This class includes work that is done online and there is
58575 W            6:30PM 9:20PM            Brunetti S                   3004              a separate fee for this online work. This course utilizes Microsoft
                                                                                           Windows 7.



                                                                                   CISA 160                                                      3 UNITS
     COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                          BegInnIng dAtABAse
     SYSTEMS - APPLICATIONS                                                        Recommended Preparation: CISA 110
                                                                                   Provides an introduction and hands-on training in the use of micro-
                                                                                   computer database software. The basic concepts of Structure as well
                                                                                   as specific commands and functional capabilities will be covered.
                                                                                   Files will be created, data manipulated, output formatted, and reports
CISA 110                                                       3 UNITS             produced. Students will gain experience in modular programming
IntroductIon to mIcrocomputers                                                     techniques and constructing program loops. Specific applications
Recommended Preparation: CISA 170 or equivalent                                    will include batch mode, interactively finding and editing data, and
This is an introduction to microcomputers and microcomputer ap-                    simultaneously accessing two databases to isolate exception condi-
plications, introducing important concepts for the effective use of the            tions or update files.
user interface, word processor, spreadsheet, database, and Internet.
                                                                                   Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                 Room
These concepts will be reinforced by hands-on experience both inside
and outside of the classroom.                                                      60643 T            6:30PM 9:20PM           Mitchell L                    1432
                                                                                           Hybrid. This class includes work that is done online and there is a
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room                separate fee for this online work. Class meeting dates: 8/16, 8/30,
58712                                Miller R                        ONLINE                9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13. Microsoft
                     08/29/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                              Access 2010 will be used in this class.
        Online. Work is done online and there is a separate fee for this
        online work. This course utilizes Microsoft Office 2010 Professional
        and Microsoft Windows 7.                                                   CISA 167                                                        1 UNIT
                                                                                   Intro excel For BusIness proFessIonAls
58713 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM           Miller R                     1432      Recommended Preparation: CISA 110
        Hybrid. This class includes work that is done online and there is a        Students will design and create professional, well-organized spread-
        separate fee for this online work. This course utilizes Microsoft Office   sheets for the business and home environment using Microsoft
        2010 Professional and Microsoft Windows 7.                                 Excel. This introductory class will focus on preparing and formatting
                                                                                   spreadsheets, inserting formulas, moving data within and between
                                                                                   workbooks, and creating charts.
CISA 130                                                       3 UNITS
                                                                                   Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                 Room
computer lIterAcy
A course designed to familiarize students with the basics of a current             52387                                Hall J                        ONLINE
word processing program, desktop information manager program,                                           08/22/2011 TO 10/21/2011
database program, and the World Wide Web. Students will learn                              Online. Late start. This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2010.
how to produce and format documents and tables and use graphic
elements, navigate the Internet, send, receive and manage e-mails,
contacts, and schedules; and use a database to manage records                      52388                                Hall J                        ONLINE
electronically.                                                                                         10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                                           This course utilizes Microsoft Excel 2010.
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room
62317                                       Hall J                       1436
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
        assist students.

62318 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                               1436
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011


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CISA 170A                                                       1 UNIT          CISA 171A                                                       1 UNIT
keyBoArdIng 1/pArt 1                                                            keyBoArdIng 2/pArt 1
This class introduces students to the basic operation of a microcom-            Recommended Preparation: CISA 170C
puter that emphasizes the mastery of the keyboard by touch. Correct             This course provides further development of basic keyboarding
posture and keying techniques are highlighted.                                  techniques. Students will use word processing skills to compose
                                                                                documents, format reports, multipage letters, multipage memos,
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        and tables.
52484                                      Saunders D                 1436
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in   52487                                      Saunders D                 1436
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a                     DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab                  their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to             either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
        assist students.                                                                week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
                                                                                        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
52481 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436              assist students.
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011
                                                                                56139 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436
                                                                                                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011
CISA 170B                                                       1 UNIT
keyBoArdIng 1/pArt 2
Recommended Preparation: CISA 170A                                              CISA 171B                                                       1 UNIT
Part 2 continues developing keyboarding skill with emphasis on speed            keyBoArdIng 2/pArt 2
and accuracy. The student will be introduced to word processing to              Recommended Preparation: CISA 171A
produce correspondence, envelopes, tables, and reports.                         Part 2 continues to expand students’ keyboarding speed and accu-
                                                                                racy. Students will use word processing software to prepare formal
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        report projects, international business documents, medical office
52485                                      Saunders D                 1436      documents, and legal office documents.
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a             52488                                      Saunders D                 1436
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab                  DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to             their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        assist students.                                                                either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
                                                                                        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
52482 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436              days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011                                            assist students.

                                                                                56140 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436
CISA 170C                                                       1 UNIT                              08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011
keyBoArdIng1/pArt 3
Recommended Preparation: CISA 170B
Part 3 continues to develop keyboarding and word processing skills.             CISA 171C                                                       1 UNIT
The student will use acquired word processing skills to produce                 keyBoArdIng 2/pArt 3
academic and business reports, business letters in modified block               Recommended Preparation: CISA 171B
style, and resumes.                                                             This final part of the keyboarding classes refines students’ keyboard-
                                                                                ing speed and accuracy. Word processing skills are further developed
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        to design office forms, office publications, and Web pages.
52486                                      Saunders D                 1436
                                                                                Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in   52489                                      Saunders D                 1436
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a                     DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab                  their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to             either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
        assist students.                                                                week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
                                                                                        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
52483 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436              assist students.
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011
                                                                                58533 T            6:00PM 9:20PM    Exum V                            1436
                                                                                                    08/15/2011 TO 11/22/2011




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                                             Schedule of Classes
CISA 172                                                       .5 UNIT           CISA 287                                                        1 UNIT
keyBoArdIng skIll development                                                    desktop puBlIshIng
Recommended Preparation: CISA 170 or equivalent                                  Recommended Preparation: CISA 186 or fundamental knowledge
A short-term course that provides techniques and practice for in-                of Microsoft Word.
creasing keyboarding speed and accuracy. Utilizes an individualized              A hands-on course covering features of the desktop publishing
instructional approach in a laboratory setting. Repeatable three times           capabilities of a word processing program. Students will learn to
for credit. Credit/No Credit grading.                                            prepare attractive business and personal documents, promotional
                                                                                 documents, Web pages, and PowerPoint presentations.
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                 Room
520                                  Saunders D                        1436      Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
                     08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011                                    535                                  Hall J                            1436
521                                  Saunders D                        1436                           08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011
                     10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                            MS Word 2010 or MS Publisher 2010.
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
                                                                                 536                                  Hall J                            1436
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in                         10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
        either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
        week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab                   MS Word 2010 or MS Publisher 2010.
        days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
                                                                                         DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
        assist students.
                                                                                         their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
                                                                                         either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
                                                                                         week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
CISA 184                                                      3 UNITS                    days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available
creAtIng ApplIcAtIons For moBIle devIces                                                 to assist students.
This class will explore how to create applications for mobile devices.
In the course you will learn how to use a software toolkit. The class
will also explore how to publish your new app and make it available              CISA 288                                                        1 UNIT
over the internet.                                                               presentAtIon soFtwAre (ms powerpoInt
                                                                                 2010)
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room        A hands-on course designed to introduce the fundamentals of a
62115                                      Laxa Z                  ONLINE        current presentation software program. Emphasis is on developing
        Registration and fee required to sign up for the Apple iOS Developer     presentation software skills for use in the workplace.
        Program in addition to the textbook.
                                                                                 Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
                                                                                 539                                  Saunders D                        1436
                                                                                                      08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011
CISA 186                                                      2 UNITS
BegInnIng word processIng (ms word 2010)                                         540                                  Saunders D                        1436
A hands-on course designed to introduce the fundamentals of a                                         10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
current word processing program. Emphasis is on developing word                          DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Students must schedule
processing skills and techniques for the workplace.                                      their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of class in
                                                                                         either a MW or TTh, 8:00am-2:50pm time frame. Three hours a
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room                week required. Call 253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab
56142                                Saunders D                    ONLINE                days, 8:00am-12:00pm. Instructional Assistants will be available to
                     08/29/2011 TO 12/01/2011                                            assist students.



                                                                                 CISA 289                                                        1 UNIT
CISA 270                                                      3 UNITS            AdvAnced desktop puBlIshIng (ms word
keyBoArdIng 3                                                                    2010)
An advanced office simulation course to develop keyboarding                      A hands-on course designed to expand and enhance a student’s
competency, editing, and document processing ability. Includes                   basic knowledge of the desktop publishing capabilities of a word
comprehensive review of rules covering written communication to                  processing program. Students will learn to prepare brochures, Web
develop proofreading skill for mechanical, format, content, and                  pages, newsletters, reports and manuals.
spelling errors.
                                                                                 Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room        56144                                Hall J                            1436
56143                                      Hall J                      1436                           08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011
        DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Student must schedule        58534                                Hall J                            1436
        their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of the class                        10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
        in either a MW or TTh timeframe. Three hours a week required. Call
                                                                                         DAY CLASSES ONLY: This class is self-paced. Student must schedule
        253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab days, 8:00am-12:00pm.
                                                                                         their specific hours of attendance prior to the beginning of the class
        Instructional Assistants will be available to assist students.
                                                                                         in either a MW or TTh timeframe. Three hours a week required. Call
                                                                                         253-3180 to schedule. Fridays are open lab days, 8:00am-12:00pm.
                                                                                         Instructional Assistants will be available to assist students.

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                                                               Fall 2011

     COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                                         COUNSELING
      SYSTEMS - NETWORKS
                                                                               COUN 97                                                       .5 UNIT
                                                                               mAnAgIng the college experIence
                                                                               This is a short term course to help first year students determine their
CISN 160                                                    3 UNITS            academic strengths and weaknesses and develop skills and strate-
networkIng wIth tcp/Ip                                                         gies for a successful college experience. Students will be introduced
Recommended Preparation: CISN 110                                              to transfer options, learn strategies to manage time, resources, and
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required           basic college study skills and to cope with the transitions related to
to set up, configure, use, and support Transmission Control Protocol/          college life. This course is designed for TRIO Student Support Service
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 and XP                Students and may be taken by other new college students.
operating systems.
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor              Room        Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62116 F            9:00AM 12:50PM          Thayer D                  1432      56289 F           12:00PM 1:20PM Howard-Hughes S                       830
                                                                                                   09/01/2011 TO 10/06/2011


           COMPUTER STUDIES                                                    COUN 100
                                                                               college success
                                                                                                                                            3 UNITS
                                                                               A course designed to assist students in obtaining the skills and
                                                                               knowledge necessary to reach their educational goals. Students will
COMS 100                                                    3 UNITS            receive an extensive orientation to the college and its policies and
IntroductIon to computer systems                                               programs. Students will also participate in career planning activities
An introduction to the concepts of computer information systems                and be introduced to study skills in the areas of note-taking, reading
and their application in problem solving and decision-making for               skills, test-taking, and listening skills.
business, science and industry. An overview of computer terminology,
                                                                               Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
computer system components, system development and mainte-
nance, programming languages, data communication, networking,                  54736 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM          Nunley T                   2230
the Internet, applications and systems software, and the computer’s                    This course is part of the Umoja Community and is linked to SPCOM-
impact on society.                                                                     126. The course is open to all students. Students enrolled will be
                                                                                       connected to all of the Umoja Communities services and activities.
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor              Room                Students must also enroll in SPCOM-126 (#60614).
62120                                      Miller R               ONLINE
                                                                               54203 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Guerrero A                          1633
        Work is done online and there is a separate fee for this online
                                                                                       This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in ENGL 90 (#55998)
        work.
                                                                                       and ENGL 84 (#60748). Reserved for the Puente Program.
550 T Th          11:00AM 12:20PM Miller R                           1432
        This class includes work that is done online and there is a separate
                                                                               58667 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM           Sanchez M                   835
        fee for this online work.



COMS 121                                                    3 UNITS
AdvAnced BAsIc progrAmmIng
Prerequisite: COMS 120
Theory and application of advanced programming techniques in
Visual Basic.NET. Graphics, Database Management, and Object
Oriented Programming will be covered. ASP  .NET will be introduced.
Visual Studio.NET will be used for lab work.                                          ONLINE CLASSES INFORMATION
                                                                                              ON PAGE 90
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor              Room
62124 W            6:00PM 9:50PM           Laxa Z                    1432
        This class utilizes Microsoft Visual Basic 2010.




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                                            Schedule of Classes
COUN 103                                                        1 UNIT          COUN 120                                                      3 UNITS
tAke chArge oF your leArnIng                                                    IntroductIon to humAn servIces
A short-term, intensive course which emphasizes critical thinking               An introduction to human services profession. The course explores
strategies which can be applied across the curriculum to enhance                the historical, cultural and societal aspects of the helping profession.
academic, personal, and job success. The course is designed to make             The course will introduce the essential helping skills of human ser-
students more effective thinkers through the development of goals,              vice workers. The broad career opportunities within human services
environment, schedule, and approaches for learning. Students will               will be examined and a candid look at the demands and strains of
also learn to analyze and evaluate issues from multiple perspectives            choosing a service career will be explored.
and solve problems through critical analysis.
                                                                                Syn# Days          Time                    Instructor                Room
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        887 W               4:00PM 6:50PM           Schulz N                   1633
60590 T            8:30AM 9:20AM           Sanchez M                  1738
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in ENGL 85 (#695)     COUN 122                                                      3 UNITS
        and ENGL 84 (#60774).’My Student Success Lab’ is used for online
        homework.
                                                                                helpIng skIlls In humAn servIces
                                                                                An introduction to helping skills and interview techniques necessary
60593 M            9:30AM 10:20AM          Sanchez M                   837      for paraprofessionals, volunteers and students working in the Human
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in ENGL 85 (#693)     Services field. Students will learn basic communication skills to ef-
        and ENGL 84(#60766). ‘My Student Success Lab’ is used for online        fectively support and guide persons who need assistance from social,
        homework.                                                               educational and health service systems. Sensitivity and awareness of
                                                                                the client’s diverse needs during an interview will be emphasized.
60592 T            3:00PM 3:50PM           Sanchez M                  1738
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in ENGL 85 (#52398)
        and ENGL 84(#60759). ‘My Student Success Lab’ is used for online        Syn# Days          Time                    Instructor                Room
        homework.                                                               888 W              12:30PM 3:20PM           Guerrero A                 1633

                                                                                COUN 130                                                      3 UNITS
COUN 110                                                     3 UNITS            crIsIs InterventIon In humAn servIces
cAreer/lIFe plAn                                                                A course strategies and techniques in crisis intervention for individuals
A comprehensive course designed to assist students in obtaining                 training to work in the helping profession. This course will include
the necessary skills and resources for effective career, educational,           intake interviewing, providing information and referrals, document-
and life planning. Students will gain an understanding of their skills,         ing, and utilizing the essential active listening skills for people in crisis.
values, interests and personality style based on a variety of assess-           Topics covered will include suicide prevention, domestic violence,
ments and learn how to apply them to career decision-making and                 substance abuse, mental health, cross-cultural competencies, legal
goal setting. Students will also learn job search techniques and                and legal issues including confidentiality. Transfers to: CSU
learn how to gather educational, occupational, and labor market
information.
                                                                                Syn# Days          Time                    Instructor                Room
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
                                                                                60914 T             5:00PM 7:50PM           O’Neill K                  1633
1329 W            12:30PM 3:20PM           Davis R                    1630               SSS students; open to all.
1331 W             6:00PM 8:50PM           Davis R                    1632

COUN 111                                                  1.5 UNITS
cAreer decIsIon-mAkIng
This course will guide students through a short-term career and
educational planning process, to develop the skills and resources
necessary to make an informed career decision and to set realistic,
achievable goals. The course is recommended for students who have
completed some career/educational decision-making but still have
conflicted interests between more than one career/college major; or
for students who want to confirm that the decision they have made
is the correct decision.
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62106 T           11:00AM 12:20PM Sanchez M                            831
62107 M           11:00AM 12:20PM Davis R                              835




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                                                             Fall 2011
                                                                            CJT 296                                                      5 UNITS
                                                                            puBlIc sAFety dIspAtchers’ BAsIc course
             CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                               This course is certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer
                                                                            Standards and Training and provides the required entry-level training
                 TRAINING                                                   for 9-1-1 dispatchers working for law enforcement and other public
                                                                            safety agencies in California. 120 hours; 4 units or 136 hours; 5
                                                                            units. Transfers to: CSU
                                                                            Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor                Room
CJT 200                                                24 UNITS             911 T Th           6:00PM 9:50PM          Nunez J                    1013
BAsIc polIce AcAdemy 1                                                              Students must pay lab fee of $70 to CJTC on the first night of class.
The P  .O.S.T. Basic Police Academy is certified by the California
Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. This course
satisfies the basic training requirement to be hired as a full time peace
officer or Level 1 Reserve Peace Officer in California. The Basic Police    CJT 297                                                      5 UNITS
Academy emphasizes the development of character, problem solving            BAsIc AcAdemy recertIFIcAtIon
skills and officer safety. Transfers to: CSU Prerequisite: (Course and/     This course is certified by the California Commission on Peace Of-
or other preparation/experience that is REQUIRED to be completed            fice Standards and Training (P  .O.S.T.) and re-certifies students who
previous to enrollment in this course.) 1. Complete a criminal his-         graduated from a basic police academy more than three years ago.
tory fingerprint check through the California Department of Justice         This course also re-certifies students who have been employed as a
(13511.5PC). 2. Obtain clearance from a licensed physician indicat-         peace officer and are returing after a break in service of more than
ing capacity to participate in intensive physical activity. The above       three years. This 136 hour course is typically presented over a three
pre-requisites may be certified by an authorized law enforcement            week period.
agency.
                                                                            Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor                Room
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                            912 MTWThF         8:00AM 4:50PM    Bagos A                          1013
62000 MTWThF 7:00AM 3:50PM Sandoval D                             1010                          10/24/2011 TO 11/11/2011
             07/09/2011 TO 12/10/2011
62069 T Th S       6:00PM 10:00PM Sandoval D                      1006
                    09/17/2011 TO 09/09/2012
62260 T Th         6:00PM 10:00PM Sandoval D                      1006
                    08/11/2011 TO 12/17/2011
        Students must register through CJTC Offices.




                               Part Time Evening
                                  Basic Police
                                   Academy
                                                                                                            Become A 9-1-1
                             Starts September 17,
                                                                                                              Emergency
                                      2011
                                                                                                              Dispatcher
                              Evening Basic Police
                                 Academy Meets                                                                 CJT296 – 911
                            Tuesday, Thursday nights                                                            Dispatcher
                               from 6:00-10:00PM
                              Saturdays from 8:00-                                                              Academy
                                     5:00PM                                                               Meets Tuesday and Thursday
                               Register at the Criminal Justice                                                  6PM to 10PM
                              Training Center – Building 1000                                             Register online through WebAdvisor
                                                                                                           707-253-3255 – www.nvccjtc.org
                              707-253-3255 – www.nvccjtc.org




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                                         Schedule of Classes
                                                                         DANS 136                                                    1 UNIT
                                                                         JAZZ dAnce
                          DANCE                                          Beginning jazz instruction focuses on jazz techniques, center floor
                                                                         stretches, isolated movements, and combinations with different
                                                                         rhythmic patterns. Intermediate jazz and advanced jazz build on
DANS 126                                             1.5 UNITS           dance techniques, center floor stretches, and locomotor movement.
cArdIo sAlsA                                                             Ontractions, splits, head rolls, and some improvisations are also part
Cardio Salsa is a course that combines Salsa and other Latin dance       of the course. Text required. The course is repeatable three times for
movement, rhythm and steps in an aerobic format as a fun and             credit.
exhilarating way to increase cardiovascular and overall fitness. This
course is repeatable for credit three times.                             Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                         62050 T           5:30PM 7:20PM          Sanchez M                601A
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
58645 T Th        1:30PM 2:50PM        McCann K                 601A
                                                                         DANS 136                                               1.5 UNITS
                                                                         JAZZ dAnce
DANS 128                                                  1 UNIT         Beginning jazz instruction focuses on jazz techniques, center floor
sAlsA And lAtIn socIAl dAnce Forms                                       stretches, isolated movements, and combinations with different
This is a dance class focusing on Salsa and other Latin social part-     rhythmic patterns. Intermediate jazz and advanced jazz build on
nering dances. Partners will be rotated between fellow students. The     dance techniques, center floor stretches, and locomotor movement.
history of each Latin dance style will be studied. This course may be    Ontractions, splits, head rolls, and some improvisations are also part
repeated three times.                                                    of the course. Text required. The course is repeatable three times for
                                                                         credit.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
58646 W           6:00PM 7:50PM        Angelakos E              601A     Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                         62051 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM         Yates A                  601A
                                                                                 Recommended for students with little or no dance experience.
DANS 132                                             1.5 UNITS
dAnce styles
This is a survey dance class introducing a variety of dance styles:
Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Modern and Contemporary/Hip Hop. A general
history of each style will be examined. The course is repeatable for     DANS 138                                                    1 UNIT
credit three times.                                                      modern dAnce
                                                                         Modern Dance is a creative movement class with an emphasis on
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room       rhythmic movements, isolated movement, free expression and im-
62142 T Th        3:30PM 4:50PM        McCann K                 601A     provisation. This course will introduce elemental concepts (space,
                                                                         time, force). Beginning: Emphasis on rhythmic movements, free
                                                                         expression and improvisation. Intermediate: Further improvement of
DANS 134                                                  1 UNIT         modern dance techniques. Emphasis on elemental concepts (space,
BAllet                                                                   time,force), improvisation and compositional study. Advanced builds
Beginning ballet focuses on beginning techniques at the barre, center    on the skills learned in beginning and intermediate levels. The course
floor, across the floor, and various ballet combinations with differ-    is repeatable for credit three times.
ent rhythmic patterns. Intermediate: Intermediate techniques at the
barre, center floor, across the floor and various ballet combinations.   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
Advanced builds on the skills learned in beginning and intermedi-        62052 Th          6:00PM 7:50PM          McCann K                 601A
ate levels. Body movement and dance vary for different music. Text
required. The course is repeatable for credit three times.
                                                                         DANS 138                                               1.5 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room       modern dAnce
62049 M           6:00PM 7:50PM        McCann K                 601A     Modern Dance is a creative movement class with an emphasis on
                                                                         rhythmic movements, isolated movement, free expression and im-
                                                                         provisation. This course will introduce elemental concepts (space,
DANS 135                                                  1 UNIT         time, force). Beginning: Emphasis on rhythmic movements, free
street JAZZ (BegInnIng hIp hop)                                          expression and improvisation. Intermediate: Further improvement of
Street Jazz/Beginning Hip Hop is an entry level exploration of cur-      modern dance techniques. Emphasis on elemental concepts (space,
rent dance phenomena: Street Jazz. Street Jazz is hybrid dance form      time,force), improvisation and compositional study. Advanced builds
combining Jazz, Breaking, Funk, Party and other street dances. The       on the skills learned in beginning and intermediate levels. The course
class is taught from classic Jazz dance parameters for warm-up and       is repeatable for credit three times.
entry level technique but adapted for the stylization of contemporary
mainstream street dance. Course includes historical investigation        Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
of contributing dance forms and contemporary cultural relevance.         62053 M W         2:00PM 3:20PM          McCann K                 601A
Course can be repeated three times. Skills or proficiencies are en-
hanced by supervised repetition and practice within class periods.
Course content differs each time it is offered.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
62143 W           4:00PM 5:50PM        McCann K                 601A

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            DIGITAL ART & DESIGN                                                     DIGITAL DESIGN GRAPHICS
                                                                                           TECHNOLOGY
DART 120                                                    3 UNITS
IntroductIon to dIgItAl Art & grAphIc
desIgn                                                                           DDGT 110                                                      3 UNITS
                                                                                 technIcAl drAwIng FundAmentAls
This course provides an introduction to visual design concepts and               An entry level course for students with little or no technical drawing
contemporary professional practices in digital art and design using              experience. Topics covered include drafting standards, drawing
industry-standard software including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator                scales, geometric constructions, orthographic projection, sectioning,
and InDesign. Transfers to: CSU                                                  computer-aided drafting (CAD) applications using the latest version
                                                                                 of AutoCAD.
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                                 Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
62174                                      Staff                  ONLINE
62173 T Th         9:30AM 11:50AM          Staff                   3950          817 M W            1:00PM 3:20PM           Skinner A                   3902


DART 130                                                    3 UNITS              DDGT 120                                                      7 UNITS
IntroductIon to dIgItAl ImAgIng                                                  dIgItAl desIgn grAphIcs technology 1
Recommended Preparation: DART 120                                                Recommended Preparation: MACH 100 and TECH 92
This course focuses on the creation and editing of digital images                The first of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Tech-
using Adobe Photoshop. Students in this course will learn to fuse                nology A.S. Degree program. Drafting fundamentals are covered
traditional artistic concepts with contemporary digital tools to create          that include national and international drafting standards, geometric
original art work. Transfers to: CSU                                             constructions, orthographic projections, dimensioning, sectioning,
                                                                                 auxiliary views, Computer-aided drafting fundamentals, and three-
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor               Room          dimensional modeling. All coursework is done using the latest release
56129                                      Liebgold M             ONLINE         of the AutoCAD software program.
62175                                      Staff                  ONLINE         Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
        .
                                                                                 818 MTWTh          8:45AM 12:20PM          Skinner A                   3902
                                                                                         Students will need to purchase at the bookstore a $15 paper voucher
                                                                                         for printing on the plotter, and a materials voucher for the Rapid
DART 170                                                    3 UNITS                      Prototyping 3D Printer (at a rate of $8 per cubic inch of materials
dIgItAl vIdeo edItIng                                                                    used, a typical project will use 2-3 cubic inches of material, $16-$24
Introduction to non-linear editing on the computer. Includes historical                  average project cost).
development, digital video and audio formats, techniques and theory
of editing, aspect ratios, organization of the edit, desktop environ-
ment, importing digital elements, project organization, video and
audio files, non-linear editing skills, applying transitions, designing          DDGT 201                                                        1 UNIT
titles, applying filters, digital and time line effects, importing graphics,     AutocAd For the proFessIonAl level 1
mixing audio and video elements, synchronize sound with video, and               This course teaches the beginning Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD)
exporting digital video projects.                                                user the beginning fundamentals of using the latest release of the Au-
                                                                                 toCAD software program. The user interface, drawing aids, drawing &
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor               Room          editing commands, layers, blocks, drawing annotation,dimensioning,
62177 M W          6:00PM 7:20PM           Blackshear C              3950        and outputting drawing files to hard-copy are covered.
                                                                                 Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
                                                                                 822 MTWTh          6:00PM 9:50PM    Strommen G                         3902
                                                                                                     08/22/2011 TO 09/01/2011
                                                                                         Students should be prepared to pay $149.00 for a lab supplies
                                                                                         voucher at the bookstore prior to the first day of class.


                                              Digital Design And Graphics Technology Program
                                              Learn To Use Autocad! No Previous Experience Needed

                                                             Evening Autocad Classes Available
                                                           Go To WebAdvisor For Class Schedules

                                                                               www.ddgt.net

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                                           Schedule of Classes
DDGT 202                                                      1 UNIT          DDGT 240                                                      7 UNITS
AutocAd For the proFessIonAl level 2                                          dIgItAl desIgn grAphIcs technology 3
Recommended Preparation: 201                                                  Prerequisite: DDGT 121
This course builds on knowledge and skills gained in DDGT 201,                A third of a four course series in the Digital Design Graphics Tech-
AutoCAD For the Professional Level 1. Topics covered include grips,           nology A.S. Degree program. Study of modeling, materials, lighting,
object selection settings and filters, system variables, advanced line-       and animation of three-dimensional (3D) models and scenes. Editing
type creation, block attributes, externally referenced files, working         3D objects, lofting objects, utilize particle systems, create cameras,
with raster images, dimension style families, editing dimensions,             perform video post operations, timing of multiple object animations
paperspace and printing, and introduction to customization and 3D             within a scene. Study of traditional pictorial drawing types, and biped
drawing.                                                                      character animation.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
60532 MTWTh 6:00PM 9:50PM Armstrong J                               3902      828 MTWTh          8:45AM 12:20PM          Skinner A                   3902
             09/12/2011 TO 09/22/2011                                                 Students will need to purchase at the bookstore a $15 paper voucher
        Students should be prepared to pay $149.00 for a lab supplies                 for printing on the plotter, and a materials voucher for the Rapid
        voucher at the bookstore prior to the first day of class.                     Prototyping 3D Printer (at a rate of $8 per cubic inch of materials
                                                                                      used, a typical project will use 2-3 cubic inches of material, $16-$24
                                                                                      average project cost).
DDGT 211                                                      1 UNIT
revIt essentIAls
This course teaches the beginning Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD)                                   ECONOMICS
user the beginning essentials of using the latest releases of the Revit
Autodesk software. User interface and drawing and editing com-
mands are covered so that the students can compose sheets to be               ECON 100                                                      3 UNITS
plotted.                                                                      prIncIples oF mAcroeconomIcs
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        Prerequisites: MATH 94, MATH 98, and MATH 99
                                                                              Introduction to principles of macro economic analysis, economic
60534 MTWTh 6:00PM 9:50PM Staff                                     3902
                                                                              institutions, and the application of these concepts to public policy.
             10/10/2011 TO 10/20/2011
                                                                              Comprehension of the economic vocabulary, the conflicting eco-
        Students should be prepared to pay $149.00 for a lab supplies         nomic theories, money and banking, national income accounting,
        voucher at the bookstore prior to the first day of class.             the basis of economic growth, and the role of government in our
                                                                              economic lives.

DDGT 213                                                      1 UNIT          Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
Autodesk Inventor 2009 essentIAls
Recommended Preparation: DDGT 110                                             562                                        Balassi S               ONLINE
This course teaches the beginning Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD)                       Homework and textbooks are online.
user the beginning fundamentals of using the latest release of the Au-        563 T Th           8:00AM 9:20AM Balassi S                             1430
todesk Inventor software program. The user interface, drawing aids,                               08/30/2011 TO 12/17/2011
drawing & editing commands, part modeling, assembly modeling,
drawing annotation, dimensioning and constraining, and outputting             564 M W           12:30PM 1:50PM Balassi S                             1431
drawing files to hard-copy are covered.                                                           08/29/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                                      Hybrid. Homework and textbooks are online. 50% of class time is
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room                online.
60535 MTWTh 6:00PM 9:50PM Strommen G                                3902
             10/31/2011 TO 11/10/2011
        Students should be prepared to pay $149.00 for a lab supplies         ECON 101                                                      3 UNITS
        voucher at the bookstore prior to the first day of class.             prIncIples oF mIcroeconomIcs
                                                                              Prerequisites: MATH 94, MATH 98, and MATH 99
                                                                              This course focuses on the microeconomics area emphasizing
DDGT 230                                                    6 UNITS           demand and supply analyses. Students in this course will examine
dIgItAl ArchItecturAl drAFtIng & desIgn                                       different market structures, the impact of government intervention
Recommended Preparation: DDGT 206                                             through laws and policies, the nature and source of wages, rents,
A study of the digital graphic representation used by the architec-           interest and profits; and international trade.
tural field, building codes, symbology, floor plans, sectional views,         Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
foundation plans, roof framing plans, specifications, interior/exterior
elevations, computer animated walk-throughs and fly-bys.                      567                                        Balassi S               ONLINE
                                                                                      Online. Homework and textbooks are online.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              566 T Th           9:30AM 10:50AM Balassi S                            1430
827 T Th          1:00PM 5:20PM    Staff                            3902                          08/30/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                   08/15/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                                      Hybrid. Homework and textbooks are online. 50% of class time is
        Students will need to purchase at the bookstore a $15 paper voucher           online.
        for printing on the plotter.

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                                                                              EMT 305                                                       5 UNITS
                                                                              emt-p (pArAmedIc) clInIcAl InternshIp
       EMERGENCY MEDICAL                                                      Prerequisites: EMT 301 with a B letter grade or better
                                                                              This course provides paramedic students with direct patient care as-
          TECHNICIAN                                                          sessment and treatment experience in the clinical setting where they
                                                                              will be able to apply the didactic and skill set knowledge learned in
                                                                              EMT 300 and EMT 301. Upon successful completion of this course,
                                                                              the student will be eligible to enroll in EMT 307: EMT-P (Paramedic)
EMT 90                                                       2 UNITS          Field Internship. Course may be repeated for credit. Pass/No Pass
FIrst responder                                                               grading basis only.
The First Responder course is an introductory course designed for lay
persons interested in or for professionals who require First Responder        Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
training per State of California (Title 22) and U.S. Department of            62250                                      Carlson C                   1011
Transportation standards. The class will teach the basic pre-hospital         62250                                      Carlson C                  AGEN
care skills needed to render care at the scene of an emergency until
more highly trained emergency medical response personnel arrive.
The course will cover such subjects as basic anatomy and body
                                                                              EMT 307                                                    10 UNITS
systems, lifting and moving of patients, airway management, patient           emt-p (pArAmedIc) FIeld InternshIp
assessment, medical/behavioral/trauma emergencies, terrorism                  Prerequisites: EMT 305 with a Credit grade
awareness, and an overview of the Emergency Medical Services                  This course provides paramedic students with direct patient care
(EMS) system. This course prepares students to sit for the National           assessment and treatment experience in the field setting. Upon suc-
Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) exam for First              cessful completion of this course, the student will receive a training
Responders. This class is repeatable for credit and may be taken for          program certificate of completion that will allow the student to sit for
a letter grade only.                                                          the paramedic National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
                                                                              (NREMT) exam. Course may be repeated for credit. Credit/No Credit
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor               Room       grading basis only. .
60497 T            6:00PM 8:50PM           Staff                     1011     Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
        Must be taken before EMT-95. CPR taught in class. Fees include: lab
        kit fee (payable to Cashier using form posted on EMS webpage.) All    62112                                      Staff                       1011
        Fees are required, non-refundable, non-transferable, and subject to           This is the field internship section of the Paramedic Acadmey. Man-
        change without notice.                                                        datory Class Sessions will be announced at the first Class Meeting
                                                                                      on 8/18/2011 at 0900.


EMT 95                                                       6 UNITS
emergency medIcAl technIcIAn I (BAsIc)                                        EMT 310                                                    24 UNITS
Prerequisites: EMT 90:First Responder, Current BLS Healthcare                 emt-pArAmedIc I (dIdActIc)
Pro                                                                           Pre-Requisites: EMT 95 or equivalent, current EMT license in the
The Emergency Medical Technician I (Basic) course is designed to              state of California, current healthcare provider CPR card, HEOC
prepare students for entry level work in the Emergency Medical Ser-           100: Anatomy & Physiology or equivalent with a “C” letter grade
vices (EMS) Sector with an ambulance or other specialized service.            or better and 2000 hours of EMT work experience prior to admis-
Students in the course will learn emergency medical care at the basic         sion to the Paramedic Academy
life support (BLS) level. This course will prepare students to sit for the    The Emergency Medical Technician-P (Paramedic) I course is the first
National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) exam.              class, two semesters in length, of a four-semester course sequence
Repeatable for credit. Letter grade only.                                     that will teach pre-hospital emergency medical care at the advanced
                                                                              life support (ALS) level. Upon successful completion of this course,
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor               Room       students will be eligible to enroll in EMT 311: Emergency Medical
58600 S            8:00AM 4:50PM           Staff                     1011     Technician-P (Paramedic) II. Letter grade only.
62109 M W          6:00PM 9:50PM           Staff                     1011     Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
                                                                              62111 ThF          8:00AM 4:50PM    Staff                              1011
An additional 16 hours of course work will be announced at the first class                        08/15/2011 TO 05/25/2012
meeting. Fees include: lab kit fee (payable to Cashier using form posted
                                                                                      This is the first section, didactic coursework, of the Paramedic Acad-
on EMS webpage.) All Fees are required, non-refundable, non-transfer-
                                                                                      emy. Students may not enroll in this course unless they have been
able, and subject to change without notice.
                                                                                      accepted through the application process. A lab fee is announced
                                                                                      by your first class meeting.




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                                         Schedule of Classes
                 ENGINEERING                                                                       ENGLISH
ENGI 110                                                3 UNITS           ENGL 84                                                 .5 - 1 UNIT
engIneerIng, technology & socIety                                         supervIsed wrItIng lAB
This course covers the ethics and decisions involved regarding the        English 84 is a lab course which helps students of all levels strengthen
connection of new technology with human values and social goals.          their writing skills. Students may enroll themselves or be referred by
It provides knowledge of physical science and its applications sur-       teachers who have analyzed specific problems. Credit/No Credit
rounding the issues of technology and society. Speakers, field trips      grading; Open Entry/Open Exit. Repeatable for credit to a maximum
and classroom activities expose students to the many ways technol-        of four units.
ogy affects our lives and the variety of roles of engineers in society.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
Recommended for both technical and non-technical majors.
                                                                          .5 unit
                                                                          60738                                     Conroy M                    832
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room               Students must meet for orientation to the Lab within the first week
54036 M W         4:30PM 5:50PM         Castro A                1831              following enrollment or will be dropped from class.

                                                                          60748                                     Conroy M                    832
ENGI 122                                                4 UNITS                   This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in ENGL 90-55998
engIneerIng grAphIcs & desIgn                                                     and COUN 100-54203. Reserved for the Puente Program.
Introduction to the engineering design process and graphical commu-
nications tools used by engineers. The fundamentals of orthographic
projection, pictorial sketching, dimensioning and tolerancing, and        60759                                     Conroy M                    832
their application in the solution of engineering problems. Use of the             This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103
computer-aid design package, and AutoCAD, as an analysis, design                  (#60592) and ENGL 85 (#52398).
and documentation tool.
                                                                          60766                                     Conroy M                    832
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room               This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103
1174 F            1:00PM 3:50PM         Skinner A               1831              (#60593) and ENGL 85 (#693).
     MW           1:00PM 3:20PM         Skinner A               1831      60774                                     Conroy M                    832
                                                                                  This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103
ENGI 240                                                4 UNITS                   (#60590) and ENGL 85 (#695).
propertIes oF mAterIAls
Introduction to engineering materials (metal, ceramics/glasses,           1 unit
polymers,composites) and the link between their microstructure
                                                                          60741                                     Conroy M                    832
and overall properties. Study of crystallography, phase diagrams,
                                                                                  Students must meet for orientation to the Lab within the first week
mechanical properties, and electrical (including semiconduction)
                                                                                  following enrollment or will be dropped from class.
properties.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
1177 M W          6:00PM 8:50PM         Kinane A                1832




                                                                 English 215
                                                       Survey of American Literature 1
                                                              M W 12:30– 1:50 pm, Section #62193
                                                              Taught by: Professor Andrea Bewick
                                                        Pre-revolutionary America to the early 20th century
                                                             Exploring the birth of American Literature
                                                            Transfers to UC and CSU - Meets Humanities Requirement



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                                                          Fall 2011
ENGL 85                                                  5 UNITS         ENGL 90                                                 4 UNITS
BAsIc reAdIng & wrItIng                                                  prepArIng For college reAd & wrItIng 1
Prerequisite: Appropriate skill level established through the English    Prerequisite: ENGL 85 or appropriate assessment score
assessment process, which consists of multiple measures.                 English 90 is a class designed to build the students’ skill level and
A course that introduces students to beginning academic reading          confidence in academic reading and writing and prepare them for
and writing, stressing the relationship between reading, thinking, and   college level work, including research. The course emphasizes the
writing. The course emphasizes the critical reading process, stressing   relationship of reading, thinking, and writing, providing instruction
reading comprehension, analysis, and evaluation. Writing is treated      in college-level critical reading skills, including the application of
as a reflection of critical thinking; therefore, the course emphasizes   advanced reading comprehension skills, critical analysis, evaluation
the writing process, stressing paragraph and essay development, and      of college-level texts, as well as instruction in college-level essay
using grammar as a tool to enhance coherence, clarity, and unity in      development, including the concepts of coherence, clarity, and unity,
the writing. Pass/No Pass grading. Repeatable once for credit.           and the correct use of grammar. A minimum of 5,000-6,000 words
Take English Placement Test                                              of writing is required.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
695    MTWTh 9:30AM 10:35AM             DiFranco A              1738     Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103    55987   MW        7:30AM 9:20AM        Breaw J                  1630
        (#60590) and ENGL 84 (#60774).                                   56005   T Th      7:30AM 9:20AM        Coury C                   837
                                                                         55984   MWF       9:30AM 10:40AM       Breaw J                   836
693    MTWTh 11:00AM 12:05PM            Bewick A                1738     55985   MW        9:30AM 11:20AM       Yanover L                2240
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103    55992   T ThF     9:30AM 10:40AM       Staff                    1637
        (#60593) and ENGL 84 (#60766).                                   55988   T ThF    11:00AM 12:10PM       Staff                     837
                                                                         55989   MWF      11:00AM 12:10PM       Tapiarene M               836
691   MW         12:30PM 2:50PM         Johanna N               1738     56003   MWF      12:30PM 1:40PM        Tapiarene M               836
52398 TWTh        4:30PM 6:00PM         Rosselli D              1738
        This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 103    55998 T Th        1:30PM 3:20PM        Gillis C                  835
        (#60592) and ENGL 84 (#60759).                                           This is a linked course. Student must also enroll in COUN 100
                                                                                 (#54203)and ENGL 84 (#60748). Reserved for the Puente Pro-
696     MW        6:30PM 8:50PM         Clark W                 1738
                                                                                 gram.
        These classes use MySkillsLab homework online.
                                                                         56000   MW        2:00PM   3:50PM      Hernandez B              1638
                                                                         55995   T Th      3:00PM   4:50PM      Coury C                   837
                                                                         56004   T Th      4:00PM   5:50PM      Iwamoto K                 835
                                                                         55996   T Th      6:00PM   7:50PM      Barney R                  835
                                                                         55990   MW        6:30PM   8:20PM      Maxson P                  835




  Please visit www.napavalley.edu and
 click on “WebAdvisor” for current and
    up-to-date schedule information.




              English 223 - The Bible as Literature
                 Section 62192 — Online Course — Professor Cathy Gillis
            Transfers to UC, CSU — Prerequisite: a “C” or better in English 120

   Rather than bible study or a theology class, this course uses a scholarly approach
   to understanding the bible through literary analysis, textual criticism, and
   historical and cultural contexts. This course has an extensive reading list -- see the
   full list of materials at http://bit.ly/kMgbxT


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                                        Schedule of Classes
ENGL 120                                               4 UNITS          ENGL 123                                                 3 UNITS
reAdIng & composItIon 1                                                 crItIcAl thInkIng ABout lIterAture
Prerequisite: ENGL 90 with a grade of C or better                       Prerequisite: ENGL 120 with a grade of C or better
English 120 develops expository, narrative, and argumentative writ-     This course develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills
ing based on reading and analysis of essays and other college-level     through the study of logical reasoning, the analysis of literary texts
texts. The course emphasizes critical thinking and reasoned support     and the generation of written arguments. Literature will provide sub-
of ideas and reinforces the connections between reading and writ-       ject matter for approximately 8,000 words of argumentative essays;
ing. Students will also be instructed in a range of research methods    however, the course will emphasize the abilities to analyze, criticize
and practices, including on-line research, evaluation and correct       and reason inductively and deductively.
integration of sources, respect for academic ethics and avoidance of
plagiarism. 6,000 to 8,000 words of writing are required. Transfers
to: CSU, UC.                                                            Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                        735     T Th      9:30AM 10:50AM        Yanover L                1638
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room       736     W         6:30PM 9:20PM         Tejada E                  836
62076                                  Yanover L            ONLINE
62077                                  Tejada E             ONLINE
62085                                  Gillis C             ONLINE
                                                                        ENGL 125                                                 3 UNITS
62095                                  DiFranco A           ONLINE      crItIcAl thInkIng & compostIon
                                                                        Prerequisite: ENGL 120 with a grade of C or better
                                                                        This course develops logical reasoning skills through the analysis
62082    T Th     8:00AM 9:20AM        Yanover L               1772     and generation of written arguments. It focuses on the relationship of
62087    MW       8:00AM 9:20AM        Staff                   1772     language to logic; the abilities to analyze, criticize, advocate ideas;
62093    T Th     8:00AM 9:20AM        Palella C               1631     and to reason inductively and deductively. It includes both analysis
62083    S        9:00AM 11:50AM       Johanna N                837     and writing of argumentative essays to develop critical and creative
62074    MW       9:30AM 10:50AM       Staff                   1772     thinking, reading, and writing skills. Progress in specific writing
62079    MW       9:30AM 10:50AM       Dow M                   1630     skills will be developed through instruction in the writing process--
62081    T Th     9:30AM 10:50AM       Bewick A                1772     particularly revision--and instruction in building arguments, avoiding
62091    T Th     9:30AM 10:50AM       Kim-Mcpherson J          837     faulty reasoning, and using evidence effectively. Approximately 8,000
62073    T Th    11:00AM 12:20PM       Palella C               1839     words of writing are required.
62080    MW      11:00AM 12:20PM       Dow M                    811
62088    T Th    11:00AM 12:20PM       Iwamoto K               1772
62078    MW      12:30PM 1:50PM        DiFranco A              1772     Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
62084    MW       2:00PM 3:20PM        Dow M                   1772
                                                                        739                               Tejada E                    ONLINE
62075    T Th     4:00PM 5:25PM        Rudolph D               1772
                                                                        740     T Th       9:30AM 10:50AM Hazlewood J                  1435
62089    MW       5:00PM 6:20PM        Hernandez B             1637
                                                                        737     T Th      11:00AM 12:20PM Dow M                        1638
62090    M        6:30PM 9:20PM        Tejada E                 836
                                                                        738     MW        2:00PM 3:20PM   Tejada E                      835
62094    W        6:30PM 9:20PM        Larsen D                 837
                                                                        741     T         6:00PM 8:50PM   Rudolph D                    1630
        Hybrid courses - includes online component. These classes use
        YourCompClass online.
                                                                        ENGL 215                                                 3 UNITS
                                                                        survery oF AmerIcAn lIterAture 1
ENGL 121                                               3 UNITS          Prerequisite: ENGL 120 with a grade of C or better
reAdIng & composItIon 2                                                 Reading and discussion of American literature through the Civil War,
Prerequisite: ENGL 120 with a grade of C or better                      including Pre-colonial, Colonial, Enlightenment, and Romantic texts
English 121 instructs students in expository writing based on the       of all genres. Literary movements explored as they reflect political,
reading of literary works from a variety of periods and genres. Texts   religious, philosophical, artistic, racial and socioeconomic issues of
range from drama of the Ancient Greek, Renaissance, and Modern          the United Statespast and present.
periods; poetry from the 16th to the 21st centuries; and fiction from   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
the 19th to 21st centuries. This course emphasizes critical analysis
of texts and revision of student writing. 6,000 to 8,000 words of       62193 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM        Bewick A                 1638
writing are required.
                                                                        ENGL 223                                                 3 UNITS
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room       the BIBle As lIterAture
                                                                        Prerequisite: ENGL 120 with a grade of C or better
733     T Th     11:00AM 12:20PM DiFranco A                    1631     Reading and discussion of the Bible, including texts from the Hebrew
734     Th       6:10PM 9:00PM   Rosselli D                    1630
                                                                        Bible and the New Testament. Particular emphasis on textual criticism
                                                                        and literary analysis as well as historical and cultural contexts. Focus
                                                                        on academic rather than theological exegesis.
                                                                        Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
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                                                                          ESL 70                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                          grAmmAr 3
     ENGLISH AS A SECOND                                                  Recommended Preparation: ESL 60, 64 or appropriate score on

          LANGUAGE                                                        ESL placement test
                                                                          This is the grammar component of Level 3 of the ESL Program. Stu-
                                                                          dents will build on grammar skills of Level 2, focusing on a review of
                                                                          all verb tenses and on sentence structure, particulary construction of
ESL 60                                                  5 UNITS           compound and complex sentences. Intensive oral and written pracice
grAmmAr/wrItIng 2                                                         will accompany explanations.
Recommended Preparation: ESL 50, 54
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
This course is the grammar and writing component of Level 2 of
the ESL program. Students will build on basic grammar and writing         1370 M            6:30PM 9:20PM        Levin D                  1635
skills of Level 1, learning to write simple narrative and descriptive
paragraphs, using present, past, and future tenses and simple,
compound, and complex sentences. They will learn to revise and            ESL 70                                                  3 UNITS
edit their writing.
                                                                          grAmmAr 3
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       Recommended Preparation: ESL 60, 64 or appropriate score on
                                                                          ESL placement test
757 M W           6:30PM 8:50PM         Conroy M                1631
                                                                          This is the grammar component of Level 3 of the ESL Program. Stu-
                                                                          dents will build on grammar skills of Level 2, focusing on a review of
                                                                          all verb tenses and on sentence structure, particulary construction of
                                                                          compound and complex sentences. Intensive oral and written pracice
ESL 64                                                  3 UNITS           will accompany explanations.
reAdIng & dIscussIon 2
Recommended Preparation: ESL 50, 54 or appropriate score on               Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
ESL placement test                                                        60610 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM       Conroy M                  834
ESL 64 is the reading component of the second full level of the ESL
Program. Students will build on basic reading and vocabulary skills
from ESL 52, 54, and 55 and improve reading skills such as read-
ing comprehension and speed, vocabulary development (including            ESL 72                                                  3 UNITS
vocabulary in context) summarizing written material, and overall
language fluency. Class discussion is an important part of this course.
                                                                          wrItIng 3
                                                                          Recommended Preparation: ESL 60, 64 or appropriate score on
Pass/No Pass Grading.
                                                                          ESL placement test
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       This course is the writing component of Level 3 of the ESL program.
                                                                          Students will build on writing and reading skills of Level 2, writing
1369 T            6:30PM 9:20PM         Klieman M                 837
                                                                          and revising short narrative and descriptive compositions with clear
                                                                          introductions, support, and conclusions.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
ESL 66                                                  3 UNITS           60611 W           6:30PM 9:20PM        Ernst D                  1635
orAl communIcAtIon 2
Recommended Preparation: ESL 50, 54 or appropriate score on
ESL placement test
Intensive practice in the control of spoken American English, em-         ESL 74                                                  3 UNITS
phasizing pronunciation and fluency. Intensive practice in listening      reAdIng level & dIscussIon level 3
comprehension. Students will participate in a variety of exercises for    Recommended Preparation: ESL 60, 64 or appropriate score on
pronunciation, intonation, oral expression, and listening comprehen-      ESL placement test
sion.                                                                     This is the reading component of the third level of the ESL Program.
                                                                          Students will build on the reading and vocabulary skills of level 2,
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       reading full-length works of fiction or nonfiction books and continu-
62194 M          11:00AM 12:20PM Yost L                         1435      ing to improve and expand reading comprehension, discussion, and
      W          11:00AM 12:20PM Yost L                          834      vocabulary skills, and overall fluency.
        Class meets Monday in 1435 and Wednesday in Language
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
        Lab(834).
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                                          Schedule of Classes
ESL 80                                                   3 UNITS
grAmmAr 4
Recommended Preparation: ESL 60, 64 or appropriate score on                                             FILM
ESL placement test
This course is the grammar component of Level 4 of the ESL program.
Students will build on grammar skills of Level 3, focusing on a high       FILM 100                                                3 UNITS
degree of grammatical correctness in writing and speech. Students          survey & ApprecIAtIon oF FIlm
will learn to identify and correct common errors through intensive         This course is an introduction to the history and elements of film-
oral and written practice. This course is the advanced grammar class       making such as narrative, mise-en-scene, cinematography, acting,
of the ESL program.                                                        editing, and sound as well as approaches to film criticism.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
762    M          6:30PM 9:20PM         Yost L                   1434      Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                           60648 W           2:00PM 4:50PM        McIver I                  838

ESL 84                                                   3 UNITS           FILM 110                                                3 UNITS
reAdIng & dIscussIon level 4                                               culture And gender In FIlm
Recommended Preparation: ESL-70, 72, and 74, or appropriate                This course covers the perspectives and contributions of diverse
score on ESL placement test                                                cultural, ethnic and gender groups to American life through the art
Recommended Concurrently: ESL-80, 82, and 86                               of film. Students in this course will study films by and about African
This is the reading component of the fourth level of the ESL Program.      Americans, Latino Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans,
Students will build on reading skills of level 3, learning advanced        and other cultural groups such as Euro-Americans, Jewish Americans
skills for reading and understanding fiction, nonficiton, and textbooks    adn Arab Americans. They will also analyze the representations of
including notetaking, summarizing, library skills, and vocabulary          ethnicity gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical and mental
development.                                                               challenges in film.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
765    W          6:30PM 9:20PM         Hickey K                 1638      60649 Th          1:30PM 4:20PM        Spear B                   838
                                                                           60651 T           7:00PM 9:50PM        Wadenius A                838
ESL 110                                                  3 UNITS
wrItIng 5
Recommended Preparation: ESL 80, 82, 84 or appropriate score                                       FRENCH
on ESL placement test
This course is the most advanced class for English as a Second
Language students, offering an integration of reading, composition,
grammar, and critical thinking.                                            FREN 120                                                5 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                           FIrst semester French
                                                                           An introductory course emphasizing the development of skills in
767    MW         9:30AM 10:50AM        Conroy M                 1637      pronunciation, reading, intonation, basic conversation, listening,
                                                                           compostion, and grammar. The life and culture of French Speaking
                                                                           countries are also studied.

               ENVIROMENTAL                                                Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room

                 SCIENCES                                                  768    MW         4:30PM 6:50PM        McEligot A                811




ENVS 115                                                 3 UNITS                             GEOGRAPHY
energy, the envIronment & sustAInABIlIty
This course is a study of human civilizations and their impact on global
environmental systems. Environmental world views (ethics), past and        GEOG 114                                                3 UNITS
present, of the various cultural, ethnic, gender and socioeconomic         cAlIFornIA geogrAphy
groups will be explored.                                                   An in-depth look at the physical and cultural regions of California.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       The emphasis is twofold: first on various processes that have created
                                                                           the state’s landscapes, climates, and distribution of native plants,
54478 T           6:00PM 8:50PM         Mulligan K               1638      and second on how humans have utilized or impacted the state’s
                                                                           resources. Also studied are agriculture, water issues, energy, manu-
                                                                           facturing, transportation, population, and cultural patterns.

                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                           58812 T           1:30PM 4:20PM        Schaffer J               1835


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                                                                 Fall 2011
                                                                              HELH 106                                                3 UNITS
                       GEOLOGY                                                personAl & communIty heAlth
                                                                              This course provides an overview of the personal and social aspects
                                                                              of health, while analyzing the interaction and effects of behavioral,
                                                                              environmental, social, spiritual, occupational, and physical factors.
GEOL 110                                                      3 UNITS         Students will apply the basic principles of wellness and health to
physIcAl geology                                                              develop an informed, personal approach to mental and physical
Uses of geology in society; the nature of rocks and minerals; the             health.
dynamic nature of our planet is explored, including mountain building
processes, volcanoes, faulting; plate tectonics; earthquakes; geologic        Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor           Room
time and surface land forming processes.                                      54038                                     Wade-Gravett N     ONLINE
                                                                                      Online orientation is required.
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
52648 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Johnson C                            1839   54039                                     Wade-Gravett N     ONLINE
1213 M             7:00PM 9:50PM  McArthur R                           1839           Online orientation is required.

                                                                              1124 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM Hobbs M                         603
GEOL 111                                                        1 UNIT                                          Ball S
physIcAl geology lABorAtory                                                   1123 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Wade-Gravett N                1630
A laboratory course to supplement Geology 110. Investigates min-              1126 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Wade-Gravett N                1435
erals and rocks. Includes use of topographic maps and profiles as
well as three-dimensional aerial photographs in analyzing landforms           HELH 109                                                3 UNITS
and geologic structures. Interpretation of geologic maps and cross            sport nutrItIon & weIght mAnAgement
sections.                                                                     This course is designed to provide students with a foundation of
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room     optimal nutrition for health and fitness. Focus is on importance of
                                                                              nutrients in a healthy diet for sports and weight management; appro-
52649 M            1:30PM 4:20PM           Johnson C                   1835   priate ‘fueling’ for increased endurance; basics of energy metabolism
52650 W            1:30PM 4:20PM           Johnson C                   1835   and maximizing body fat loss; and skills to identify nutrition quackery
1214 W             7:00PM 9:50PM           McArthur R                  1835
                                                                              and fad diets. Appropriate for all levels.
                                                                              Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor           Room

                           HEALTH                                             1128 Th            7:00PM 9:50PM          Deicke S
                                                                                                                        Carducci C
                                                                                                                                                603



HELH 100                                                      3 UNITS
communIty FIrst AId & sAFety
Student will learn how to administer appropriate First Aid and CPR
in emergency conditions. They will also learn how to call for help,
to keep someone alive, to reduce pain and to minimize the conse-
quences of injury or sudden illness until professional medical help
arrives. American Red Cross CPR and First Aid certificates will be
issued to those satisfactorily completing the course.
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
58563 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Stephenson S                          603                                  Note:
        If students choose to receive certification a fee will be charged.
                                                                                        Shaded area denotes evening class.

                                                                                  Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.

                                                                                 Instructor assignments and rooms are tentative.




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                                       Schedule of Classes
     HEALTH OCCUPATIONS                                                                         HISTORY
HEOC 100                                              3 UNITS          HIST 120                                                  3 UNITS
BAsIc AnAtomy & physIology                                             unIted stAtes hIstory 1
Introductory lecture course in Anatomy and Physiology. Required        Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
for Vocational Nursing, Psychiatric Technician and Paramedic Pro-      Basic survey of the political, economic, intellectural, social and
grams.                                                                 cultural history of the United States from the colonial era to 1865.
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor            Room       Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
442                                   Adams D               ONLINE     Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
58603                                 Adams D               ONLINE     1028 M W           8:00AM 9:20AM         Donohoe R                 831
441 W            3:00PM 5:50PM        Ankenmann J            1635      1027 M W          12:30PM 1:50PM         Lanning Sapien B         1760
                                                                       62125 Th           6:00PM 8:50PM         Forde J                   838
HEOC 101                                              3 UNITS          1026 M             6:30PM 9:20PM         Forde J                   831
phArmAcology
Pharmacology 101 introduces students to the general principles and     HIST 121                                                  3 UNITS
application of pharmacology. Topics include drug classifications,      unIted stAtes hIstory 2
indications, side effects and interactions. Drug dosage calculations   Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
will be reviewed. This course is a prerequisite for the Vocational     A basic survey of the political, social, economic, intellectual and
Nursing and Psychiatric Technician programs. Letter Grade Only.        cultural history of the United States from the end of the Civil War
                                                                       (1865) to the present day.
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor            Room       Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
53892                                 Engle S               ONLINE     1030 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM        Clymer B                  831
446 T            1:00PM 3:50PM        Yoder L                 838      1032 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM        Donohoe R                 831
                                                                       62123 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM        Clymer B                 1231
HEOC 171                                              3 UNITS          1031 M W           2:00PM 3:20PM         Clymer B                  831
medIcAl termInology
Recommended Preparation: CISA 130                                      HIST 122                                                  3 UNITS
Basic medical terminology used in the health professions.              world cIvIlIZAtIon 1
                                                                       Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor            Room
                                                                       A global survey of world civilizations from the earliest human societies,
53025 T          6:00PM 8:50PM        Books A                 1632     through the transition to early civilizations, up to the 16th Century
                                                                       and the Renaissance. Emphasis will be placed on the social, politi-
HEOC 172                                              2 UNITS          cal, economic, cultural and religious forces within the civilizations
                                                                       of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas, the interaction among
BAsIc nutrItIon                                                        those civilizations, and their impact on the contemporary world.
Explores proper nutrition for optimum health and well-being. Enables
the student to plan proper food selections in health and disease.
Required for Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technician Programs.   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
Letter Grade Only.
                                                                       56166 M W          4:00PM 5:20PM         Lanning Sapien B         1760
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor            Room
58604 Th         6:00PM 7:50PM        Books A                 1632     HIST 150                                                  3 UNITS
930 M            6:00PM 7:50PM        McCollum J              1632     hIstory oF AmerIcAn women 1600-1900
                                                                       Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
                                                                       An in-depth study of the experiences and contributions of women in
                                                                       the political and social development of the U.S. from the pre-colonial
                                                                       period to the end of the 19th century. History, as experienced by
                                                                       the common woman, will be traced using letters and diaries. This
                                                                       course will focus on the contributions of Native American, African
                                                                       American, Latina/Chicana, and Asian American Women contrasted
  Please visit www.napavalley.edu and                                  to Euro American.
 click on “WebAdvisor” for current and                                 Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
    up-to-date schedule information.                                   1037 W             6:30PM 9:20PM         Alexander D                838




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                                                           Fall 2011
                  HOSPITALITY                                                                HUMANITIES
HOSP 120                                                3 UNITS           HUMA 101                                                3 UNITS
Intro to hospItAlIty mAnAgement                                           AmerIcAn mInd 2
Introduction to Hospitality Management is a beginning course that         Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
is designed to present an overview of the hospitality industry with all   This course is a critical examination of key philosophical, religious,
its segments. This overview will include lodging, restaurants, food       scientific, economic and political ideas that have shaped American
and beverage, tourism and recreation, and other operational areas         society from the mid-1800’s to the present. Students in this course
of the Hospitality Industry. Transfers to: CSU                            will analyze diverse and conflicting arguments on the American
                                                                          experience with particular attention given to the experiences of
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       Native-Americans, African-Americans, Chicana(o)/Latina(o)-Amer-
56181 M          6:00PM 8:50PM          Engeldinger             1431      icans, Fillipina(o)-Americans, and women of various cultural back-
                                                                          grounds.
HOSP 123                                                3 UNITS           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
hospItAlIty & tourIsm mAnAgement                                          1274 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM Stickmon J                       147
This course will examine the history and structure of selling in the      1045 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Stickmon J                      147
hospitality and tourism industries, and it will also educate and train
prospective sales managers in a variety of hospitality settings.
                                                                          HUMA 104                                                3 UNITS
                                                                          compArAtIve relIgIon
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       A study of religions in the contemporary world and their societal
62113 Th         6:00PM 8:50PM          Engeldinger             1431      impact. Emphasis on comparison of Eastern and Western religions.


HOSP 125                                                3 UNITS           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
Food, BeverAge & restAurAnt mAnAgement                                    1046 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Gocke S                         838
This course offers instruction, core competencies, and support activi-
ties for students who desire to become professionals in preparing
to begin or advance their careers in the restaurant, hospitality, and     HUMA 112                                                3 UNITS
foodservice industries. Transfers to: CSU                                 IntroductIon to AFrIcAnA studIes
                                                                          This course explores African American identity by using an interdisci-
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       plinary approach, drawing upon the artistic, philosophical, religious,
56191 T          6:00PM 8:50PM          Engeldinger             1431      social, and historical aspects of African and African American heri-
                                                                          tage to understand the formation of the moral and aesthetic values
                                                                          of African American culture today. There will also be a particular
                                                                          focus on the interplay between African American cultural identity and
                                                                          gender, class, and sexual orientation.
  Please visit www.napavalley.edu and                                     Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
 click on “WebAdvisor” for current and                                    62170 M W        11:00AM 12:20PM Stickmon J                      147

    up-to-date schedule information.




                          Hospitality and Tourism Program
                             Prepare For A Career In The
                      Restaurant, Hotel, And Tourism Industry
        Evening and Online Classes – Earn A Certificate or Degree
                        Start With HOSP-120

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                                         Schedule of Classes
HUMA 113                                                3 UNITS           HUMA 170                                                3 UNITS
Intro to mexIcAn-AmerIcAn & chIcAno stud                                  IntroductIon to theAter
This course explores Mexican-American/Chicana(o) identity by              This course covers the major elements of theater production and
using an interdisciplinary approach, drawing upon the artistic,           theater history from the origins of drama to contemporary theater.
religious, philosophical, social, and historical aspects of Mexican       Topics will include an introduction to basic theater terminology,
and Mexican-American heritage to understand the formation of the          theater artists and technicians, historical movements and critical
moral and aesthetic values of Mexican-American/Chicana(o) culture         perspective.
today. There is a particular focus on the interplay between Mexican-
American/Chicana(o) cultural identity and gender, class, and sexual       Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
orientation.                                                              630    MW        11:00AM 12:20PM Cain D                          133
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
62171 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM        Hagedorn C              1760      HUMA 174                                                3 UNITS
                                                                          dIversIty In AmerIcAn drAmA
                                                                          This course explores the contributions to contemporary American
HUMA 125                                                3 UNITS           drama of African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans,
IntroductIon to lAtIn AmerIcAn studIes                                    Chicano/Latinos and other cultural ethnic or sub-cultural groups. A
Hispanic Civilizations is a survey course designed to give the students   significant portion of the course of study is devoted to the perspec-
a background in the history, geography, literature, art architecture,     tives and contributions of women.
music and scientific achievements of the Spanish speaking nations
from the colonial period to the present.                                  Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                          631    T Th      11:00AM 12:20PM King J                          133
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
62551 T           1:30PM 4:20PM         Hagedorn C              1633
                                                                          HUMA 185                                                3 UNITS
                                                                          survey & ApprecIAtIon oF FIlm
HUMA 151                                                3 UNITS           This is an introduction to the history and elements of filmmaking such
women’s ethnIc herItAge                                                   as narrative, mise-en-scene, cinematography, acting, editing, and
This course is an exploration of concepts related to the understand-      sound as well as approaches to film critism.
ing of ethnic heritage. Literature, film and the arts will be surveyed
to demonstrate the power of one’s ethnic heritage in constructing         Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
meaning for oneself in the world. Students will have the opportunity to   635    W          2:00PM 4:50PM        McIver I                  838
observe how they view their own cultures,and to think critically about
how their ethnic identity affects their sense of self and consequently,
their choices. They will also exchange stories and observations about     HUMA 186                                                3 UNITS
others’ cultures, and in so doing examine their own ideas and as-         culture & gender In FIlms
sumptions about others’ ethnicities.                                      This course covers the perspectives and contributions of diverse
                                                                          cultural, ethnic and gender groups to American life through the art
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       of film. Students in this course will study films by and about African
56168 Th          2:00PM 4:50PM         Grenn D                 1633      Americans, Latino Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans,
                                                                          and other cultural groups such as Euro-Americans, Jewish Americans
                                                                          and Arab Americans. They will also analyze the representations of
HUMA 160                                                3 UNITS           ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical and mental chal-
FIlIpInA(o)-AmerIcAn herItAge                                             lenges in film.
This course explores Filipina(o)-American heritage, drawing upon
the complexities of its indigenous history to educate and enrich the      Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
identity of Filipina(o)-Americans today. The experiences, perspectives,   637    Th         1:30PM 4:20PM        Spear B                   838
and contributions of Filipina(o)-Americans across gender, religion,       636    T          7:00PM 9:50PM        Wadenius A                838
class, and sexual orientation lines, will be discussed. Emphasis will
be placed on the resistance to colonization, including the resilience
of Filipino culture that has endured various waves of oppression
                                                                                                   ITALIAN
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
53944 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM        Stickmon J                147
56169 T           1:30PM 4:20PM         Stickmon J                142     ITAL 120                                                5 UNITS
                                                                          FIrst semester ItAlIAn
                                                                          A beginning course in Italian with emphasis on listening, understand-
                                                                          ing, speaking, and writing. The basic structures of the language
                                                                          are covered. Italian is used exclusively. Reading of simple cultural
                                                                          material.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                          770    T Th       4:30PM 6:50PM        Digiulio V                811




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                                                                  Fall 2011
                                                                                   LRNS 18                                                        3 UNITS
             LEARNING SKILLS                                                       BegInnIng wrItIng
                                                                                   LRNS 18 is a beginning level course in paragraph writing. This class
                                                                                   is appropriate for students needing to develop skills for English 85
                                                                                   and above, and/or students who have scored in Category I of the
LRNS 10                                                          .5 UNIT           English Placement Test. Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 17 is recom-
dIFFerentIAl leArnIng dIAgnosIs                                                    mended.
Through diagnostic assessment, observation, and assignments, stu-                  Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                 Room
dents are made aware of their strengths and weaknesses and their
preferred learning style. Students are given assistance in arranging               58704 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Kraig B                               1761
their instructional program so that opportunities for success are op-                      Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 17 (#58703) is recommended.
timal. Permission of instructor is required prior to enrollment. Pass/
No Pass grading system. Repeatable for credit 3 times.
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room        LRNS 19                                                        3 UNITS
56469                                       Cosby E                      1765
                                                                                   IntermedIAte wrItIng
                                                                                   LRNS 19 is an intermediate course emphasizing the development
                                                                                   of skills necessary for writing essays. This class is appropriate for
LRNS 12                                                        2 UNITS             students needing to develop skills for English 85 and above, and/
BegInnIng reAdIng skIlls                                                           or those who have scored in category 1 of the English Placement
An individualized reading course that focuses on acquisition and/or                test. Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 17 is recommended.
strengthening of the technical skills necessary for decoding, compre-
hending and interpreting reading material. Special emphasis will be
                                                                                   Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                 Room
placed on reading in the content areas and developing the ability
to respond to assigned readings both in writing and oral discus-                   58705 M W          3:30PM 4:50PM            Harold L                    1761
sion. A tutorial lab component will provide individually prescribed                        Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 17 (#58703) is recommended.
self-paced supplemental instruction and skill development activities
for all students enrolled in this course. Credit/No credit grading.
Recommended for students scoring in category 1 in reading in the                   LRNS 50                                                          1 UNIT
English Placement Test.
                                                                                   BAsIc mAthemAtIcs
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room        Designed for the student for whom traditional mathematics instruc-
58680 M W          10:30AM 12:20PM Kraig B                               1761
                                                                                   tion has not been successful. Individualized, self-paced instruction in
      T Th          3:30PM 4:50PM  Kraig B                               1761      whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, percents,
        This is a variable unit course. Student must choose either 2 or 4 units
                                                                                   measurements, pre-algebra and pre-geometry. Not open to students
        at time of registration. If a student registers for 2 units, they choose
                                                                                   who have received a CR or a grade of C or better in other math-
        between MW or TTh. Students registering for 4 units will attend on
                                                                                   ematics courses without assessment. Variable unit; credit/no credit
                                                                                   grading; open entry/open exit. Repeatable for credit until 6 modules
        times/days announced.
                                                                                   are completed, or until completion of Module 6.
                                                                                   Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                 Room
LRNS 17                                                        2 UNITS             58677                                       Cosby E                 ONLINE
computer composItIon                                                                       This is a variable unit course. Students must choose either 1, 2, or 3
Recommended Preparattion: Concurrent enrollment in CISA 170A                               units at the time of registration. One face-to-face orientation meeting
Keyboarding I, and either LRNS 18 or LRNS 19 is recommended.                               is recommended on Wednesday, August 17 from 6-8:00pm in Room
LRNS 17 is an integrated lab course which prepares students to                             1761. For more information, see the Online Education link on the
write using the computer as preparation for higher level English                           NVC Homepage.
classes. Students will learn beginning word processing and Modern
Language Association formatting. In addition, students will learn to               58679 M W          8:30AM 10:20AM           Kraig B                     1761
write grammatically correct sentences using rules of grammar and                   58678 T Th         1:30PM 3:20PM            Cosby E                     1761
punctuation. This class is appropriate for students needing to develop                     These are a variable unit course. Students must choose either 1, 2,
skills necessary for higher level English classes and/or those who have                    or 3 units at the time of registration.
scored into category 1 of the English Placement testing. Credit/No
                                                                                   58676 M            5:30PM 8:50PM            Bailey J                    1761
Credit Grading.
                                                                                           This is a variable unit course. Students must choose either 1 or 2
Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor                 Room                units at time of registration.
58703 T Th         9:00AM 10:50AM           Cosby E                      1761
        Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 18 (#58704) is recommended.                  LRNS 60                                                        3 UNITS
                                                                                   study And test-tAkIng technIques
                                                                                   Skills necessary for success in college: reading textbooks; taking
58777 M W          1:30PM 3:20PM            Cosby E                      1761
                                                                                   lecture notes; studying; taking tests; managing time; and reducing
        Concurrent enrollment in LRNS 19 (#58705) is recommended.
                                                                                   test anxiety. Credit/No Credit grading. Recommended for students
                                                                                   with a least a score in Category 2 in reading.
                                                                                   Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                 Room
                                                                                   58707 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Harold L                              1772

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                                           Schedule of Classes
                                                                              MACH 121                                                   3 UNITS
                                                                              mAchIne tool FundAmentAls lAB
               MACHINE TOOL                                                   Prerequisite: MACH 120

               TECHNOLOGY                                                     This course is the companion lab course for MACH 120. An introduc-
                                                                              tory course in the fundamentals of machining processes designed
                                                                              for the working student. The course is designed for machinists or
                                                                              engineers who need the depth of study in this area but do not have
                                                                              the time to take MACH 110. This course and MACH 120 are the
MACH 100                                                    3 UNITS           equivalent to MACH 110 leading degree or certificate in Machine
mAchIne shop prActIce                                                         Tool Technology. Repeatable once for credit.
A basic course in machine tool technology that satisfies the degree
requirement for welding and DDGT. This course develops skills in
the use of precision measuring instruments and provides the student           Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room
with an overivew of the operations of the lathe, drill press, vertical        58550 M W F 9:00AM 11:50AM               Ehlen D                   3101
milling machine, horizontal milling machine and surface grinder and                  Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
computer numberical controlled(CNC)machines. Repeatable once                         registration.
for credit.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              MACH 130                                               3.5 UNITS
829    T Th       1:00PM 3:20PM           Ehlen D                   3101      mAchIne technology 1A
        Students should be prepared to pay $30 materials fee at the time of   The second half of a beginning course in the machine tool technology
        registration.                                                         degree program. This course develops skills in the use of precision
                                                                              measuring instruments and the operation of the lathe, drill press,
                                                                              vertical milling machine, horizontal milling machine and surface
MACH 110                                                    7 UNITS           grinder. This is the second of a two course sequence which covers
mAchIne technology 1                                                          the same material as MACH 110 (Machine Technology 1). Repeat-
A beginning course in the machine tool technology degree program.             able once for credit.
This course develops skills in the use of precision measuring instru-
ments and the operation of the lathe, drill press, vertical milling           Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room
machine, horizontal milling machine and surface grinder. Repeatable           60845 M W F 9:00AM 11:20AM               Ehlen D                   3101
twice for credit.                                                                    Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
                                                                                     registration.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
830    MTWThF 9:00AM 11:50AM              Ehlen D                   3101
        Students should be prepared to pay $50 materials fee at the time of   MACH 131                                               3.5 UNITS
        registration.                                                         mAchIne technology 1B
                                                                              Prerequisite: MACH 130
                                                                              A beginning course in the machine tool technology degree program.
MACH 120                                                    4 UNITS           This course develops skills in the use of precision measuring instru-
mAchIne tool FundAmentAls                                                     ments and the operation of the lathe, drill press, vertical milling
An introductory course in the fundamentals of machining processes             machine, horizontal milling machine and surface grinder. This is the
designed for the working student. The course is designed for machin-          second of a two course sequence which covers the same material as
ists or engineers who need the depth of study in this area but do not         MACH 110 (Machine Technology 1). 3.5 UNITS; 1.5 hrs lecture, 6
have the time that is required of regular students in the discipline.         hrs lab Repeatable once for credit
This course is part of the regular degree or certificate program.
Repeatable once for credit.
                                                                              Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        60826 M W F 9:00AM 11:20AM               Ehlen D                   3101
831    MW         9:00AM 11:50AM          Ehlen D                   3101             Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
        Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of          of registration.
        registration.



                                                      Machine Tool Technology
                                                   Earn Your Certificate or Degree
                                              Beginning and Advanced Training Available
                                                         Start With Mach-100 Fall Semester
                                                      Call 253-3236 For More Information

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MACH 132                                               3.5 UNITS
mAchIne technology 2A
Prerequisite: MACH 131                                                                         MATHEMATICS
This is the first course in a two course sequence covering the same
material as MACH 111 (Machine Technology 2). Emphasis is placed              MATH 55                                                 3 UNITS
on accuracy and efficiency of producing machined parts on conven-
tional machine tools. Advanced lathe operations including various            pre AlgeBrA
thread forms are a focus of the course. 3.5 UNITS, 1.5 hrs lecture,          A course which provides students with the prerequisite skills neces-
7.5 hrs lab Repeatable once for credit.                                      sary for success in Beginning Algebra (MATH 90). Students will solve
                                                                             practical problems from daily life, learn how to use their calculator,
                                                                             and prepare for a transition to algebra. Letter Grade Only.
Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room
58556 M W F 9:00AM 11:20AM               Ehlen D                   3101      Syn# Days         Time                 Instructor             Room
       Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
                                                                             1232 S                9:00AM 11:50AM   Magno R                  1435
       registration.
                                                                             1221 T Th             9:30AM 10:50AM   Ellingson D              1636
                                                                             1235 M W              9:30AM 10:50AM   Badri W                  1632
                                                                                     This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
MACH 133                                               3.5 UNITS
mAchIne technology 2B                                                        1220 T Th             11:00AM 12:20PM Badri W                   1636
Prerequisite: MACH 132                                                               This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
A second in a pair of courses offered as an equal to third semester          1234 M W              11:00AM 12:20PM Davis C                   1632
course MACH 111. Emphasis is placed on accuracy and efficiency of                    This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
producing machined parts on conventional machine tools. Advanced
lathe operations including various thread forms are a focus of the           1218 M W              12:30PM 1:50PM   Badri W                  1632
course.Repeatable once for credit.                                                   This class uses MyMathLab homework online.

                                                                             1216 T Th             4:00PM 6:05PM    Burditt C                1435
Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room                               08/30/2011 TO 11/17/2011
60536 M W F 9:00AM 11:20AM               Ehlen D                   3101              Late Start.
       Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
       registration.                                                         1233 M W              7:00PM 8:20PM    Bynum S                  1630
                                                                                     This class uses MyMathLab homework online.


MACH 210                                                   7 UNITS
mAchIne technology 3
Prerequisite: MACH 111
An advanced course in the machine tool technology degree program.
This course emphasizes advanced skills in the operation of horizontal
and vertical milling machines. Advanced milling operations include
gear cutting, gear calculations, and the use of rotary tables, index
heads and dividing heads. Repeatable twice for credit.
                                                                                                           Note:
Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room                  Shaded area denotes evening class.
832    MTWThF 9:00AM 11:50AM             Ehlen D                   3101
       Students should be prepared to pay $50 materials fee at the time of
       registration.                                                             Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.

                                                                               Instructor assignments and rooms are tentative.
MACH 230                                               3.5 UNITS
mAchIne technology 3A
Prerequisite: MACH 133
The first of a pair of courses which are offered as an equivalent to
the third semester course, Machine Technology 210. This course
emphasizes advanced skills in operation of the horizontal and verti-
cal milling machines. Advanced milling operations include gear
cutting, gear calculations, and the use of rotary tables, index head           Please visit www.napavalley.edu and
and dividing heads. Repeatable once for credit.                               click on “WebAdvisor” for current and
                                                                                 up-to-date schedule information.
Syn# Days       Time                    Instructor               Room
58557 T ThF      9:00AM 11:20AM          Ehlen D                   3101
       Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
       registration.


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                                         Schedule of Classes
MATH 90                                                  5 UNITS           MATH 94                                                  5 UNITS
BegInnIng AlgeBrA                                                          IntermedIAte AlgeBrA
Prerequisite: MATH 55 or assessment test                                   Prerequsite: MATH 90 or MATH 97, or qualification through assess-
Math 90 is the first course in the Math 90-94 algebra sequence. It         ment process
is a prerequisite for Math 94 or Math 98 and is equivalent to both         Math 94 is the second course in the Math 90-94 sequence. It is a
Math 96 and Math 97. Content includes order of operations, linear          prerequisite for Math 106, Math 232 and Math 235 and is equiva-
equations, inequalities, graphing, polynomials, factoring, rational        lent to both Math 98 and Math 99. Content includes introduction
expressions and applications.                                              to functions, systems of equations, absolute value equations and
                                                                           inequalities, complex numbers, simplifying radicals, graphing qua-
Syn# Days       Time                   Instructor                 Room
                                                                           dratic and exponential functions, solving equations involving radicals,
1237                                    Bynum S                   ONLINE   quadratics, exponentials, or logarithms, and applications.
       Face-to-face meeting Monday, 8/15/11 from 7-9 pm. Please see
       instructor webpage for details.                                     Syn# Days         Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                           1284                                    Gianvecchio M         ONLINE
1281 F            9:30AM 11:20AM        Thompson L                  1633
                                                                                   Online. Mandatory orientation meeting Wednesday, 8/18/10 from
     MW           9:30AM 10:50AM        Thompson L                  1633
                                                                                   5:00-7:00pm. Please go to www.napavalley.edu and view the online
1238 M W         12:30PM 2:50PM         Ellingson D                 1435
                                                                                   education website for the meeting room.
       This class uses MyMathLab homework online.

1283 M W         12:30PM 2:50PM         Ubowski K                   1434   1292 M W          8:30AM 10:50AM        Ubowski K                1635
                                                                                   This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
       This class uses MyMathLab homework online.

1277 T Th        1:30PM 3:50PM          Owens K                     1632   1285 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM        Gianvecchio M            1630
1280 T Th        2:00PM 3:05PM          Bynum S                     1435           Hybrid.
       Hybrid. This class uses online homework and instruction.            1286 F            9:30AM 11:20AM        Fried W                  1434
                                                                           1286 M W          9:30AM 10:50AM        Fried W                  1434
                                                                           1293 M W          9:30AM 11:50AM        Soria D                  1431
1279 M W         4:00PM 6:20PM          Neely J                     1631
                                                                                   This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
1236 M W         5:15PM 6:20PM          Bynum S                     1435
       Hybrid. This class uses online homework and instruction.            1287 M W          1:30PM    3:50PM      Owens K                  3201
                                                                           61163 M W         1:30PM    3:50PM      Davis C                   811
                                                                           1288 T Th         4:00PM    6:20PM      Kruljac R                1637
1278 T Th        6:30PM 8:50PM          Raeen K                     1631   1289 T Th         4:00PM    6:20PM      Raeen K                   831
       This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                                  This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
1282 M W         6:30PM 8:50PM          Woods Y                     A133   1290 T Th         6:30PM 8:50PM         Christen J               A133
       This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                                  This class uses MyMathLab homework online.



                                                                           MATH 96                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                           BegInnIng AlgeBrA, pArt A
                                                                           Prerequisite: MATH 55 or assessment test
                                                                           Math 96 is the first course in the Math 96-99 algebra sequence. It is
                                                                           a prerequisite for Math 97 and together with Math 97 is equivalent
                                                                           to Math 90. Content includes order of operations, linear equations,
                                                                           inequalities, graphing, polynomials and applications.

                                                                           Syn# Days         Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                           1316 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Van Deusen D                   1635
                                                                                   This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
  Please visit www.napavalley.edu and
 click on “WebAdvisor” for current and
    up-to-date schedule information.                                       MATH 97                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                           BegInnIng AlgeBrA, pArt B
                                                                           Prerequisite: MATH 96
                                                                           Math 97 is the second course in the Math 96-99 algebra sequence.
                                                                           It is a prerequisite for Math 98 or Math 94 and together with Math
                                                                           96 is equivalent to Math 90. Content includes polynomials, factoring,
                                                                           rational expressions and applications.
                                                                           Syn# Days         Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                           1318 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Lohse S                        1431
                                                                                   This class uses MyMathLab homework online.




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                                                             Fall 2011
MATH 98                                                   3 UNITS           MATH 120                                                   5 UNITS
IntermedIAte AlgeBrA pArt A                                                 cAlculus 1
Prerequsite: MATH 90 or MATH 97, or qualification through assess-           Prerequsites: MATH 106 and MATH 108
ment process                                                                The first semester course of a five-course sequence of differential and
Math 98 is the third course in the Math 96-99 algebra sequence. It          integral calculus. Limits, derivatives, integrals, and the Fundamental
is a prerequisite for Math 99 and together with Math 99 is equivalent       Theorem. Applications involving rates of change, max/min, areas,
to Math 94. Content includes functions, systems of linear equations,        transcendental functions and vectors in the plane. Primarily for majors
compound inequalities and radicals.                                         of mathematics, engineering, and sciences. Graphing calculator is
                                                                            required.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
54211 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM        Thompson L               1431      Syn# Days        Time                      Instructor            Room
                                                                            62065 MTWThF 7:00AM 7:55AM                 Domezio S               VHS
                                                                            62067 MTWTh 8:15AM 9:20AM                  Van Deusen D           1431
MATH 99                                                   3 UNITS                   This class does homework online.
IntermedIAte AlgeBrA, pArt B
Prerequsite: MATH 98 or equivalent                                          62066 M W         12:30PM 2:50PM           Lohse S                1636
Math 99 is the fourth course in the Math 96-99 algebra sequence. It                 This class does homework online.
is a prerequisite for Math 106, Math 232 and Math 235 and together
with Math 98 is equivalent to Math 94. Content includes complex             62038 M W          4:00PM 6:20PM           Ellingson D              831
numbers, quadratics, exponentials, logarithms, conic sections, series
and applications.                                                           MATH 121                                                   5 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room       cAlculus 2
                                                                            Prerequisite: MATH 120
56029 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM         Neely J                    830
                                                                            The second course in the five-course calculus sequence. Applications
                                                                            of integrals, techniques of integration, and series. Primarily for majors
MATH 106                                                  5 UNITS           of mathematics, engineering, and sciences. Graphing calculator is
pre-cAlculus: elementAry FunctIons                                          required. Transfers to: CSU, UC
Prerequsite: MATH 94 or MATH 99
This course provides part of a strong foundation leading to Math 108,       Syn# Days        Time                      Instructor            Room
Trigonometry and MATH 120, Calculus I. From numerical, graph-               60494 M W        12:30PM 2:50PM            Fried W                1635
ing, and analytical views, the course studies polynomial, rational,
exponential, and logarithmic functions. Series and conic sections           MATH 221                                                   5 UNITS
also included. Graphing calculator is required. Letter Grade Only.          multIvArIABle cAlculus
                                                                            Prerequisite: MATH 121
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room       The third course in the five-course calculus sequence. Calculus of
                                                                            vectors including lines, planes, dot products, cross products, and
1297 T Th          7:20AM 8:50AM         Villa R                    835     curvature. Partial derivatives; applications of double and triple
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          integrals; applications of path and surface integrals; theorems of
1296 MTWThF 8:30AM 9:20AM                Fried W                  1435      Green, Stokes, and Gauss. Primarily for majors of mathematics,
1297 F      9:00AM 10:20AM               Villa R                   835      engineering, and science. Graphing calculator is required. Trans-
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          fers to: CSU, UC

1298 M W          12:30PM 2:50PM         Soria D                  1637      Syn# Days        Time                      Instructor            Room
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          60495 MTWTh 8:00AM 9:05AM                  Gianvecchio M          1637
1294 T Th          1:10PM 3:35PM         Harrow R                 NTHS
1295 T Th          4:00PM 6:20PM         McConnell A              1631
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.



MATH 108                                                  3 UNITS
trIgonometry
Prerequsite: MATH 106 or equivalent
A study of the trigonometric functions, their graphs, identities, inverse     Please visit www.napavalley.edu and
trig functions, and the laws of sines and cosines. Graphing calculator       click on “WebAdvisor” for current and
is required. Letter Grade Only.
                                                                                up-to-date schedule information.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
1300 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM        McConnell A              1636
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.

1299 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Ellingson D                     1632




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                                          Schedule of Classes
MATH 232                                                  4 UNITS           MUSI 112                                                 3 UNITS
stAtIstIcs                                                                  survey & ApprecIAtIon oF musIc
Prerequisite: MATH 94 or MATH 99 or equivalent                              This course covers and provides the foundations, vocabulary and
An introduction to statistical concepts. Topics include summary sta-        skills necessary for actively listening to and appraising music per-
tistics, discrete and continuous distributions, probability, confidence     formances; with particular emphasis given to musical styles and
intervals, hypothesis testing, linear regression, Chi-square an com-        music history. Also covered in the course are the origins of musical
puter applications.                                                         language in Western art music with explorations into musical prac-
                                                                            tices, composers and repertoire of the Middle Ages, Renaissance,
                                                                            Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century and Contemporary
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor              Room       styles. Recommended for all music majors. Attendance at assigned
62239                                    Van Deusen D          ONLINE       concerts required.
        Online. Mandatory first meeting on 8/15/11 from 2-4. Please refer
                                                                            Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
        to the instructor’s website for online orientation information.
                                                                            642    T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM Gonzalez R                       142
                                                                            643    T Th       11:00AM 12:20PM Gonzalez R                       142
62237 MTWTh 7:02AM 7:53AM                Hansen S                  NHS
        Hybrid. Online Lab.
                                                                            MUSI 114                                                 3 UNITS
62231 F           9:00AM 11:50AM         Magno R                  1638      survey & hIstory oF JAZZ
        Hybrid. Online Lab.                                                 A history of jazz that offers the student an analysis and interpretation
                                                                            of jazz, both historical and musical. Incorporates research from the
60913 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM         Harrow R                 1635      fields of sociology, cultural anthropology, and American history, as
        Hybrid.Online Lab. This class used MyMathLab home                   well as from music history.
62232 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM         Lohse S                  1633      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.
                                                                            56110 M W          9:30AM 10:50AM Gonzalez R                       142
62234 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM         Villa R                    835     644   MW          11:00AM 12:20PM Gonzalez R                       142
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online. Hybrid. Online Lab.      56112 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM Gonzalez R                        142


62235 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM         Lohse S                    835     MUSI 121                                                 3 UNITS
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          musIc theory 1
                                                                            Recommended Preparation: MUSI 110
62233 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Van Deusen D                    1633      Basic theoretical concepts of music. For song writers, performers,
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          education majors, and the general student. Required for music majors
                                                                            and minors.
62236 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Villa R                           835
        This class uses MyMathLab homework online.                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
62230 T Th        6:30PM 8:35PM          Burditt C                1435      58614 M W         1:30PM 2:50PM         Osten M                    145
        Hybrid. Online Lab. Early End.
                                                                            MUSI 124                                                 3 UNITS
                                                                            computer ApplIcAtIons In musIc
                              MUSIC                                         Recommended Preparation: MUSI 110
                                                                            This course is a study of computer and synthesizer applications in
                                                                            music. Applications studied include notation software, MIDI (Musical
MUSI 90                                                    .5 UNIT          Instrument Digital Interface,) audio and sequencing technology for
                                                                            developing musicianship skills, arranging music, and for creating
supervIsed musIc lAB                                                        original musical compositions.
Music 90 is a laboratory course which helps students of all levels
strengthen their music skills. Students may enroll themselves or be         Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
referred by teachers who have analyzed specific problems.
                                                                            60692 M W         11:00AM 1:20PM        Khamda M                   145

Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor              Room       MUSI 130                                                 2 UNITS
60690                                    Wilkes E                   TBA     BegInnIng voIce
                                                                            This course teaches the basic concepts of singing: breath man-
MUSI 110                                                  3 UNITS           agement, body alignment, pitch, rhythm, and confidence in vocal
                                                                            performance. For voice and musical theater majors and minors,
FundAmentAls oF musIc                                                       education majors, early childhood majors and for those wishing to
Basic principles of music and musicianship for students with little or
                                                                            improve their vocal performance.
no theoretical background. Also appropriate for those intending to
be music majors but lack basic skills in music reading and writing.         Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
Topics included are basic music terminology, pitch and rhythmic
                                                                            646    T          1:30PM 3:20PM         Falconbridge V             147
notation.                                                                   645    Th         4:30PM 6:20PM         Van Dewark V               147
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor              Room
640     F         9:30AM 12:20PM         Osten M                    145

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MUSI 132                                                   2 UNITS           MUSI 160                                                     1 UNIT
commercIAl voIce                                                             college chorAle
Recommended Preparation: MUSI 130                                            A choral group, composed of male and female voices, that rehearses
This course focuses on solo vocal performance with emphasis on               and performs music from the traditional choral literature dating
healthy principles of vocal production, contemporary commercial vo-          from medieval through contemporary musical periods. Concerts are
cal style, and audience communication of text. The class is presented        performed on and off campus. Repeatable for credit three times.
in a lecture/seminar environment.
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room       Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor              Room
647     Th         1:30PM 3:20PM         Wilkes E                    147     658     T          6:00PM 8:50PM          Wilkes E                   147
648     W          4:00PM 5:50PM         Van Dewark V                147             Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition.


MUSI 133                                                   2 UNITS
musIcAl theAter voIce                                                        MUSI 162                                                     1 UNIT
Recommended Preparation: MUSI 130                                            gospel choIr
This course focuses on the musical theater repertoire and style of           A choral group that rehearses and performs traditional music in the
presentation with emphasis on healthy principles of vocal produc-            African American gospel style. Concerts are performed regularly
tion. The course is presented in a lecture/seminar environment.              throughout the area as well as on occasional outside trips.
Subsequent semesters will focus on expanding music selection with
increased difficulty and alternating solo and ensemble performance.          Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor              Room
Repeatable three times for credit.
                                                                             56280 M            6:00PM 8:50PM          Hawkins M                  147
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room               Limitation on Enrollment: By audition
54335 Th           1:30PM 3:20PM         Wilkes E                    147

                                                                             MUSI 166                                                     1 UNIT
54341 W            4:00PM 5:50PM         Van Dewark V                147     women’s chorAle
                                                                             A choral group that rehearses and performs music from the traditional
MUSI 134                                                   3 UNITS           women’s choral literature dating from medieval to contemporary
lyrIc dIctIon For sIngers                                                    musical periods. Concerts are performed on campus and throughout
The study of diction for singing which uses the International Phonetic       the area, as well as on occasional outside trips. Repeatable for credit
Alphabet (IPA) to develop skills in traditional and dialectic diction. Ap-   three times.
propriate for students interested in improving their language skill for      Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor              Room
singing and especially useful for vocal music majors and minors.
                                                                             659     T          6:00PM 8:50PM          Wilkes E                   147
                                                                                     Limitation on Enrollment: By audition
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
62178 Th           1:30PM 4:20PM         Wilkes E                    147
                                                                             MUSI 172                                                     1 UNIT
MUSI 135                                                   2 UNITS           musIcAl revue workshop
                                                                             Musical Revue Workshop is designed for the production of musical
BegInnIng pIAno 1                                                            revues to be presented before the campus and community with full
This course is designed to teach basic piano skills to the music major       production and dance support. Repeatable for credit three times.
with no piano experience and/or the non-music major. It includes
the basics of music reading, keyboard knowledge, piano techniques
and basic musicianship. Second semester continues with basic skills          Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor              Room
and increases sight-reading. Repeatable for credit one time.                 62183                                     Wilkes E                   142
                                                                                     Limition on Enrollment: By Audition: August 8 & August 9 at 7 p.m.
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room               Prepare a one minute monologue and 16-measure from a Broadway
                                                                                     song. Be prepared to learn a short dance. This is a variable unit
649     MW        10:00AM 10:50AM Khamda M                           145
                                                                                     course. Students must choose either 1,2, or 3 units at the time of
650     T Th      10:00AM 10:50AM Khamda M                           145
                                                                                     registration.

MUSI 140                                                   2 UNITS
BegInnIng guItAr                                                             MUSI 174                                                     1 UNIT
Guitar for all students. Guitar technique, musicianship, melody and          reheArsAl & perFormAnce strIngs
chord reading, strum patterns and simple accompaniments. The                 A rehearsal, lecture and performance laboratory for strings or flexibly
second semester continues with movement along the fingerboard,               composed ensembles. Repeatable for credit 3 times.
two-part counterpoint, and more advanced accompaniment patterns.
Repeatable for credit one time.                                              Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor              Room
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room       660     W          7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H                 142
                                                                                     Limitation on Enrollment: By audition
654     Th         1:30PM 3:20PM         Galambos J                  142


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MUSI 176                                                    1 UNIT         MUSI 196                                                3 UNITS
repertory orchestrA                                                        musIc & movement In eArly chIldhood
Participation in an orchestra which performs works from standard           Introduction to teaching music and movement to young children.
chamber literature from the Baroque through the contemporary               Basic elements such as beat, rhythm, timber, dynamics, form, and
periods. Historical data about the composers and their works will          melody will be explored in developmentally appropriate and cultur-
be studied. Orchestra may be assigned to the musical production.           ally sensitive ways. Songs, games, finger plays, rhymes, dances, and
Repeatable for credit three times.                                         playing instruments will be presented. Repeatable twice for credit.
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
661    W           7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H               142     Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
        Limitation on Enrollment: By audition                              54118 W           6:30PM 9:20PM         Brunetti S              3004

                                                                           MUSI 230                                                2 UNITS
MUSI 177                                                    1 UNIT         IntermedIAte voIce
reheArsAl & perFormAnce wInds                                              Recommended Preparation: MUSI 130
A rehearsal, lecture and performance laboratory for winds or flexibly      This course focuses on solo vocal performance with emphasis on
composed ensembles. Repeatable for credit three times.                     healthy principles of vocal production, expanded range, tonal qual-
                                                                           ity, and performance techniques, using art song literature including
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
                                                                           English and languages other than English. Presented in a lecture/
662    M           7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H               142     seminar environment. Recital performance is suggested for all stu-
        Limitation on Enrollment: By audition                              dents. Repeatable twice for credit.
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
MUSI 179                                                    1 UNIT         666 Th            1:30PM 3:20PM         Wilkes E                  147
repertory wInd ensemBle                                                    667 W             4:00PM 5:50PM         Van Dewark V              147
Participation in a wind ensemble which performs great works of band
as well as transcriptions of orchestra literature. Historical data about
the composers and their works will be studied. Ensemble performance
may be assigned to the musical production. Repeatable for credit           MUSI 232                                                2 UNITS
three times.                                                               AdvAnced voIce
                                                                           Recommended Preparation: MUSI 230
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
                                                                           This course focuses on solo vocal performance with emphasis on
663    M           7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H               142     expanding the vocal range, tonal quality and flexibility of voice using
        Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition.                             advanced art song, opera, and/or oratorio repertoire, including two
                                                                           languages other than English. Presented in a lecture/seminar environ-
                                                                           ment. Recital performance is required for all students. Repeatable
MUSI 181                                                    1 UNIT         once for credit.
JAZZ ensemBle                                                              Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
Study and performance of stage band and jazz ensemble literature is
the focus of this course. Professional guest soloists are often engaged    60954 Th          1:30PM 3:20PM         Wilkes E                  147
to add a high level of professionalism to the ensemble. Students
have an opportunity to work with musicians who have spent years            MUSI 235                                                2 UNITS
perfecting their skills. Assessment of proficiency on traditional stage    IntermedIAte pIAno
band instrument is required. Repeatable for credit three times.            Recommended Preparation: MUSI 135
                                                                           Piano for all students interested in continuing their studies in piano,
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room       or required study as part of a music major of minor. Advanced
                                                                           techniques including intermeidate level literature and technique
664    T           6:30PM 9:20PM          Gantt W                  142     development. Repeatable once for credit.
        Limitation on Enrollment: By audition
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                           670    T Th      10:00AM 10:50AM Khamda M                         145
MUSI 185                                                    1 UNIT
stAge BAnd
Rehearsal and performance of stage band works of the past 50
years. Proficiency on a traditional stage band instrument required
for participation. Intermediate/advanced performance skills needed.
Public performance required. Repeatable for credit three times.

Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
665    T           6:30PM 9:20PM          Gantt W                  142
        Limitation on Enrollment: By audition



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MUSI 260                                                1 UNIT
vocAl perFormAnce semInAr
This choral/vocal group rehearses and performs music from the
                                                                                               NURSING
traditional and contemporary repertoire. The student will study and
perform music of increased difficulty in flexible performance situa-   NURS 141                                                7 UNITS
tions and locations on-campus and off-campus North Bay locations.      IntroductIon to nursIng
Repeatable three times for credit.
                                                                       Prerequisites: BIOL 218, BIOL 219, and BIO 220; ENGL 120
                                                                       Co-requisite: PSYC 125
Syn# Days       Time                     Instructor         Room       Focus is on the roles of the nurse to support adults and children
                                                                       from diverse backgrounds to achieve, maintain, and restore health.
54724 T           6:00PM 8:50PM          Wilkes E              147
                                                                       Emphasis is placed on nursing process, communication skills, the
                                                                       environment and assessment of body systems.
MUSI 266                                                1 UNIT
women’s ensemBle                                                       Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
Recommended Preparation: MUSI 166
A small vocal women’s ensemble that rehearses and performs musi-       56301 T           6:50AM 12:50PM Whitmer J                       860
cal works from the serious choral literature dating from medieval            TW          6:50AM 12:50PM                                 814
through contemporary periods, including contemporary popular                 TW          6:50AM 12:50PM                               AGEN
arrangements, focusing on a cappella performance. Concerts are               Th          8:00AM 9:50AM                                  860
performed regularly throughout the area as well as on occasional             Th         10:00AM 11:50AM                                1832
                                                                             Th         10:00AM 11:50AM                                 803
outside trips.
                                                                             M          1:00PM 4:50PM                                   860
Syn# Days       Time                     Instructor         Room                          08/15/2011 TO 11/04/2011
58611 T           6:00PM 8:50PM          Wilkes E              147
       Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition.                          NURS 142                                                4 UNITS
                                                                       nursIng In heAlth AlterAtIons I
                                                                       Prerequisite: Successful completion of NURS 141
MUSI 280                                                1 UNIT         Introduces theory and practice to provide care to adults and children
InstrumentAl perFormAnce semInAr                                       with selected stable alterations in health. The nurse functions at the
This instrumental group rehearses and performs music from the          beginning level in the roles of provider and manager of care.
traditional and contemporary repertoire. The student will study and
perform music of increased difficulty in flexible performance situa-
tions.                                                                 Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                              TW         6:50AM 12:50PM Whitmer J                     AGEN
Syn# Days       Time                     Instructor         Room              Th         8:00AM 9:50AM                                  860
58790 T           6:30PM 9:20PM          Gantt W               142            Th        10:00AM 11:50AM                                1832
54109 W           7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H            142            Th        10:00AM 11:50AM                                 803
       Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition.                                 M          1:00PM 4:50PM                                  860
                                                                                          11/07/2011 TO 12/17/2011
54110 M           7:00PM 9:50PM          Cadelago H            142
       Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition.




                              Note:
          Shaded area denotes evening class.

    Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.

   Instructor assignments and rooms are tentative.




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NURS 143                                                 5.5 UNITS             NURS 246                                                  6.5 UNITS
nursIng In heAlth AlterAtIons II                                               nursIng In heAlth AlterAtIons III
Prerequsites: NURS 142 and PSYC 125                                            his sequence is required by the California Board of Registered
Focus is on the application of the nursing process in caring for pa-           Nursing.
tients with common alterations in health. The nurse functions in the           Prerequisite: Successful completion of NURS 141, NURS 142,
roles of provider and manager of care in restoring and maintaining             NURS 143, NURS 144 with C’s or better. Or, for advanced place-
health. Transfers to: CSU                                                      ment students either NURS 245 or the designated NURS 298 is the
                                                                               pre-requisite.
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor               Room        Focus is on the application of the nursing process in care for adults
                                                                               and children with complex alterations in health. The nurses role is
56305 ThF         6:30AM 2:00PM   Duffey J                          AGEN       expanded to include beginning team leadership for small groups.
      F           7:00AM 3:00PM                                       814
      M           8:00AM 9:50AM                                      1204
      W           8:00AM 11:50AM                                      875      Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor                 Room
      W           10:00AM 11:50AM                                    1011
                                                                               56311 M           7:30AM 11:50AM           Buckley S                   875
      ThF          2:00PM 9:30PM                                    AGEN
                                                                                     T           7:30AM 11:30AM                                       803
                    08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011                                         Th          7:30AM 11:50PM                                       875
                                                                                     W           7:30AM 4:30PM                                        814
                                                                                     SU          6:30AM 6:30PM                                       AGEN
944    ThF         6:30AM 2:00PM    Duffey J                        AGEN             TW          6:30AM 2:30PM                                       AGEN
       F           7:00AM 3:00PM                                      814
       M           8:00AM 9:50AM                                     1204                          08/14/2011 TO 10/14/2011
       W           8:00AM 11:50AM                                     875      56312 TW          6:30AM 2:30PM            Ankenmann J                AGEN
       W          10:00AM 11:50AM                                    1011            SU                                                              AGEN
       ThF        2:00PM 9:30PM                                     AGEN             M           7:30AM 11:50AM                                       875
                    10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                         T           7:30AM 4:30PM                                        814
                                                                                     T           7:30AM 9:00AM                                        803
        Fees include: lab kit fee (payable to Cashier using form posted on           Th          7:30AM 11:50AM                                       875
        ADN webpage) and standardized testing fee (payable online to                 W           7:30AM 11:50AM                                       812
        individual company). All Fees are required, non-refundable, non-             W           9:30AM 11:30AM                                       812
        transferable, and subject to change without notice. Hybrid                                10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                                      Fees include: lab kit fee and fit-testing fee ( both payable to Cashier
                                                                                      using form posted on ADN webpage), standardized testing fee (pay-
                                                                                      able online to individual company), drug testing (payable online to
NURS 144                                                 5.5 UNITS                    individual company), and possible annual Healthstream (payable
mentAl heAlth nursIng In the communIty                                                online to individual company). All Fees are required, non-refundable,
Prerequsites: NURS 142 and PSYC 125                                                   non-transferable, and subject to change without notice. Hybrid
Provides theory and practice required to care for adults and children
who are experiencing alterations in mental health. The focus is on the
application of therapeutic communication skills and mental health
concepts.

Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor               Room
56307 T            6:50AM 2:50PM  Napholz L                         AGEN
      W           6:50AM 2:50PM                                     AGEN
      T           8:00AM 12:50PM                                      803
      F           10:00AM 11:50AM                                     875
      M           10:00AM 11:50AM                                    1204
      TWTh         1:30PM 4:30PM                                      814                                    Note:
                    08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011
                                                                                        Shaded area denotes evening class.
56310 T            6:50AM 2:50PM    Napholz L                       AGEN
       F           8:00AM 10:00AM                                     875         Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.
       T           8:00AM 12:50PM                                     803
      W            8:00AM 12:50PM                                     TBA
      F           10:00AM 11:50AM                                     860        Instructor assignments and rooms are tentative.
      M           10:00AM 11:50AM                                    1204
      TWTh        1:30PM 4:30PM                                       814
                    10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011

        Fees include: standardized testing fee (payable online to individual
        company). All Fees are required, non-refundable, non-transferable,
        and subject to change without notice. Hybrid



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NURS 247                                                   4 UNITS            NURS 249                                                    7 UNITS
mAternAl-newBorn nursIng                                                      nursIng In heAlth AlterAtIons Iv
Prequisites: NURS 143 and NURS 144                                            Prerequisites: NURS 246, NURS 247, NURS 248, SPCOM 124;
Focus is on the use of the nursing process in caring for mothers,             and Social Science elective (except PSYC 125)
neonates and the child-bearing family. Emphasis is placed on family-          Focus is on the application of the nursing process for patients with
centered nurs ing care and patient teaching.                                  multiple complex health alterations. The student functions in the roles
                                                                              of manager and provider of care.
Syn# Days       Time                     Instructor               Room
952 M            7:00PM 11:00PM          Orozco R                  AGEN       Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor               Room
    W            7:00AM 1:00PM                                     AGEN       52392 S            6:30AM 8:00PM    Biddenback M                    AGEN
    T            8:30AM 12:30PM                                      814             T           6:30AM 8:00PM                                    AGEN
    WThF         12:00PM 5:50PM                                     3004            TW           6:30AM 3:30PM                                    AGEN
    T            12:30PM 4:30PM                                      875            W            6:30AM 8:00PM                                    AGEN
                                                                                     T           7:00AM 12:00PM                                    814
                   08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011                                         M            8:00AM 9:50AM                                     860
953 W             7:00AM 1:00PM    Orozco R                        AGEN             M           10:00AM 11:50AM                                    803
    T             8:30AM 12:30PM                                     814            M           10:00AM 11:50AM                                    860
    WThF         12:00PM 5:50PM                                     3004            Th          10:00AM 11:50AM                                    860
    T            12:30PM 4:30PM                                      875                          08/15/2011 TO 11/05/2011
    W            12:30PM 4:30PM                                      875              Fees include: lab kit fee (payable to Cashier using form posted on
    M             7:00PM 11:59PM                                   AGEN               ADN webpage), standardized testing fee (payable online to individual
                   10/18/2011 TO 10/26/2011                                           company) and possible annual Healthstream (payable online to
       Fees include: standardized testing fee (payable online to individual           individual company). All Fees are required, non-refundable, non-
       company) and possible annual Healthstream (payable online to                   transferable, and subject to change without notice. Hybrid
       individual company). All Fees are required, non-refundable,non-
       transferable, and subject to change without notice. Hybrid

                                                                              NURS 250                                                    3 UNITS
                                                                              nursIng preceptorshIp
NURS 248                                                      1 UNIT          Provides a clinical environment for the student to integrate scientific
nursIng In communIty-BAsed settIngs                                           principles and management skills. The student assumes increasing
Prerequisites: NURS 144 and NURS 143 or NURS 298                              responsibilities under the direct supervison of a RN preceptor. This
Co-requisite: NURS 247                                                        course allows the student to develop beginning levels of competence
Focus is on the application of the nursing process in community-based         for the graduate nurse role.
settings. Teaching, systematized lifelong learning and collaboration
will be highlighted.                                                          Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor               Room
                                                                              52393 M            8:00AM 11:50AM Biddenback M                        860
Syn# Days       Time                     Instructor               Room        52393 M            9:00AM 10:50AM Biddenback M                       1011
954 M             1:00PM 3:50PM    Buckley S                         875      52393 M            9:00AM 10:50AM Biddenback M                        803
                   08/15/2011 TO 10/14/2011                                                       11/07/2011 TO 12/17/2011
       Class meets on four Mondays: 8/22/2011, 9/12/2011, 9/26/2011,                  Preceptor course; variable times and days including possible eve-
       and 10/10/2011. Hybrid.                                                        nings, nights, and weekends. Hybrid.

956 M             1:00PM 3:50PM    Buckley S                         875
                   10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
       Class meets on four Mondays:10/24/2011, 11/14/2011,
       11/28/2011, and 12/12/2011. Hybrid.




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                  PHILOSOPHY                                                           PHOTOGRAPHY
PHIL 120                                               3 UNITS          PHOT 120                                                 3 UNITS
IntroductIon to phIlosophy 1                                            IntroductIon to photogrAphy
Introduces students to the ideas of major Western philosophers from     This non-darkroom, lecture/demonstration course is designed to
pre-Socratic times to the end of the 18th Century and develops the      introduce the student to basic concepts of photography and to
students’ critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.                 improve upon technical skills in the operation of both digital and
                                                                        film cameras. Emphasis is placed on developing an understanding
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room       of design, composition, and creative vision. The course will explore
1381 T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM        Gocke S                  838     the many applications of photography, career possibilities, and it’s
62172 M          6:30PM 9:20PM         Gocke S                  838     impact as a major communication force.
                                                                        Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
PHIL 125                                               3 UNITS          835                               Watkins A                   ONLINE
IntroductIon to ethIcs                                                  833   MW           9:30AM 10:50AM Dotta J                      3950
A survey of major ethical theories in Western thought with reference    834   MW          11:00AM 12:20PM Dotta J                      3950
to questions of right, good and duty, combined with application of      62180 T Th         2:00PM 3:20PM  Dotta J                      3950
these theories to situations in our personal lives.
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room       PHOT 121                                                 3 UNITS
1051 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Gocke S                        811     BAsIc lAB photogrAphy
                                                                        Recommended Preparation: PHOT 120
                                                                        This beginning course in laboratory photography is designed to teach
PHIL 126                                               3 UNITS          the student basic skills in black & white printing. This course provides
contemporAry AmerIcAn ethIcs                                            guidance in film processing, use of laboratory equipment and chemicals,
The critical examination of personal beliefs related to contemporary    traditional darkroom printing and presentation techniques.
American moral issues such as abortion, drugs, capital punishment,
euthanasia, privacy, etc. Attention is given to weighing issues, mak-   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
ing judgements and understanding diverse positions on any moral         836 M W           6:00PM 8:50PM         Watkins A                3705
issue.                                                                          There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at
                                                                                registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room
                                                                                refundable.)
60584 M W        9:30AM 10:50AM        Gocke S                  811

PHIL 133                                               3 UNITS          PHOT 122                                                 3 UNITS
world phIlosophy                                                        IntermedIAte photogrAphy
Introduces students to the major themes in philosophy such as           Recommended Preparation: PHOT 121
metaphysics, epistemology ethics, determinism and freedom, and          Podcasting, demonstrations and hands-on experimentation providing
ontology. Major philosophers from every continent of the globe          technical skills necessary for refining camera operations, exposure,
will be presented on each issue. The course develops the students’      film development, printing and presentation. Class emphasis will be
critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.                           on developing image content via a small body of work. A brief survey
                                                                        of the history of photography will be integrated with discussions and
Syn# Days       Time                  Instructor             Room       illustrations of contemporary practice and criticism. Repeatable once
62226 W          6:30PM 9:20PM         Kunkel R                 831     for credit.
                                                                        Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                        60581 M W         6:00PM 8:50PM         Watkins A                3706
                                                                                There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at
                                                                                registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-
                                                                                refundable.




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PHOT 123                                                    3 UNITS           PHOT 152                                                   3 UNITS
AdvAnced photogrAphy                                                          AdvAnced dIgItAl ImAgIng
Recommended preparation: PHOT 122                                             Recommended Preparation: PHOT 151
This course is an exploration of the Zone System through use of               PHOT 152 continues to refine and extend the skills of photographic
special processing and fine printing techniques. Topics include inte-         seeing by exploring the role of the computer in personal studio
gration of aesthetics, film calibration, development of film, printing,       practice as well as in contemporary culture.
and techniques associated with the Zone System. Appreciation of
contributions by photographers of diverse backgrounds                         Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              60694 M W         2:00PM 4:50PM          Dotta J                   3950
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room                There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at
60582 M W          6:00PM 8:50PM          Watkins A                 3706              registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-
        There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at              refundable.)
        registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-
        refundable).
                                                                              PHOT 153A                                               1.5 UNITS
                                                                              Apple Aperture
PHOT 150                                                    3 UNITS           This course explores Aperture’s photo-editing, image-retouching,
BegInnIng dIgItAl ImAgery                                                     proofing, publishing, and archiving features and prepares students
Recommended Preparation: PHOT 120                                             for the option Apple Pro exam for industry certification.
Introduction to digital photography and digital imaging processes.
Acquire tools for expressive communication, using Apple Aperture              Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
and Adobe Photoshop for scanning, manipulating, printing, and web             60696 T Th        3:30PM 4:50PM    Dotta J                         3950
publishing. Develop skills in a variety of outputs for both fine art and                         08/16/2011 TO 10/11/2011
commercial applications. Explore the 147digital darkroom,148 us-
ing both traditional photographic materials and digital input. Survey
photography146s role in society and culture, including the evolution
                                                                              PHOT 153B                                               1.5 UNITS
of various photographic genre and the contributions to the develop-           AdoBe lIghtroom
ment of digital photography by people of diverse ethnic and cultural          This course provides the basics of Adobe Lightroom. Topics include
background.                                                                   techniques to manage, adjust, and present large volumes of digital
                                                                              photographs. Prepares student for optional Adobe Certified Expert
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room        exam for industry certification.
839 M W            2:00PM 4:50PM          Dotta J                   3950      Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
         There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable
        at registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-
                                                                              60697 T Th        3:30PM 4:50PM    Dotta J                         3950
                                                                                                 10/18/2011 TO 12/13/2011
        refundable.)


                                                                              PHOT 250                                                   3 UNITS
PHOT 151                                                    3 UNITS           portrAIt photogrAphy
IntermedIAte dIgItAl photogrAphy                                              Recommended Preparation: PHOT 121 or 150
Recommended Preparation: PHOT 150                                             A course designed to familiarize students with fundamentals of portrait
A further exploration of digital photography and digital imaging              photography. Topics include commonly used films and materials,
processes, involving a deeper understanding of the technical and              available and location lighting, studio lighting, individual and group
aethesthic issues of digitally created images. This course emphasizes         portraitures, fashion photography. Student must provide 35mm
personal creative expression in relation to artistic practice. Additional     camera. Training on professional medium format cameras in studio
study of photography146s role in society and culture, including the           situations. Field trip required. Transfer to: CSU.
evolution of various photographic genre and the contributions to
the development of digital photography by people of diverse ethnic            Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
and cultural background. Formal critique of images. Exploration               62181 T Th        6:00PM 8:50PM          Brown B                   3705
of collaborative strategies involving Quicktime VR and alternative                    There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at
presentation of images                                                                registration ( Fees subject to change without notes and are non-
                                                                                      refundable.)
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
60583 M W          2:00PM 4:50PM          Dotta J                   3950
        There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable at      PHOT 310                                                    .5 UNIT
        registration (fees subject to change without notice and are non-      photogrAphy productIon lABorAtory
        refundable.)                                                          This course will allow students supervised use of photographic studio,
                                                                              digital lab and darkroom equipment for projects assigned in still
                                                                              photography courses. Hours TBA.
                                                                              Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                              60700                                    Dotta J                     TBA
                                                                                      There is a $20 fee for required photography materials payable
                                                                                      at registration (fees subject to change without notes and are non-
                                                                                      refundable.)

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                                                                           PHYE 118                                             1.5 UNITS
                                                                           rAcquetBAll
       PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                  Fundamentals of racquetball. Repeatable for credit three times to
                                                                           improve proficiency. Beginning: Introduction to basic shots, strategy,
                                                                           serves, safe procedures for play and practice, rules necessary to play
PHYE 100                                                    1 UNIT         the game on beginning recreational level. Intermediate: Continua-
swImmIng                                                                   tion of fundamentals of racquetball. Increased refinement in stroke
Basic fundamentals of swimming. Beginning instruction in basic water       techniques for shots, increase of serve and play strategy, introduction
safety skills, introduction to the water, back and front float, prone      to cutthroat, odd-person-out singles and doubles. Advanced: Review
glide, flutterkick on front and back, arm stroke both front and back,      and correction/certification of basic shots, introduction to advanced
rhythmic breathing and drownproofing. This course will emphasize           shots and strategy concepts, advanced doubles strategy, refereeing,
mental and physical adjustment to water. Intermediate: Improvement         tournament play.
of basic skills attained at the beginning level. Emphasis on combined
strokes, crawl strokes, elementary back stroke, side stroke and breast     Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
stroke along with safety and survival skills, artificial respiration and   1153 W            6:00PM 8:50PM         Bruns R                 612A
personal rescue skills. Advanced: Advanced fundamentals of swim-
ming. Review of the elementary back stroke, back crawl, breast,
side, and crawl strokes and introduction to inverted breast, overarm,      PHYE 123                                                   1 UNIT
side, trudgen and butterfly strokes. Racing starts and turns. Test is      tennIs
required for all levels of swimming. Repeatable for credit three times     Fundamentals of tennis. Repeatable for credit three times to improve
to improve proficiency.                                                    proficiency. Beginning: Rules, scoring, etiquette, and tactics for
                                                                           singles. Emphasis on forehand and backhand ground strokes, serve
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor            Room       and volley. Text required. Intermediate: For the advanced beginner.
1134 T Th         10:30AM 11:35AM Stacy K                        POOL      Concepts and strategy at the intermediate level. Emphasis on fore-
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/17/2011                               hand and backhand ground strokes, serve, volley, service return,
                                                                           approach shot, half volley, lob and overhead smash. Text Required.
60558 T Th         5:00PM 6:05PM    Barsotti G                   POOL
                                                                           Advanced: Control, placement, depth and pace. Advanced strategy
                    08/15/2011 TO 11/17/2011
                                                                           for the singles player and doubles competitive play. Text required.

PHYE 112                                                    1 UNIT         Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
golF                                                                       1164 S            8:30AM 10:20AM        Thompson R                TCT
Fundamentals of golf. Repeatable for credit three times to improve
proficiency. Beginning: Beginning golf skills (grip, stance, swing) with
selection of clubs for various situations. Overview of rules and proper    PHYE 123                                             1.5 UNITS
golfing etiquette. Text required. Intermediate: Review of grip, stance,    tennIs
and swing. Review of rules and etiquette. Individual instruction and       Fundamentals of tennis. Repeatable for credit three times to improve
play at local golf courses. Text required. Advanced: Refine rules and      proficiency. Beginning: Rules, scoring, etiquette, and tactics for
etiquette. Review and master fundamental skills. Instruction and play      singles. Emphasis on forehand and backhand ground strokes, serve
on local golf courses. Video tape instruction at NVC campus. Text          and volley. Text required. Intermediate: For the advanced beginner.
required.                                                                  Concepts and strategy at the intermediate level. Emphasis on fore-
                                                                           hand and backhand ground strokes, serve, volley, service return,
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor            Room
                                                                           approach shot, half volley, lob and overhead smash. Text Required.
52438 M            1:00PM 3:50PM    Lipanovich T                 NGC       Advanced: Control, placement, depth and pace. Advanced strategy
                    08/15/2011 TO 12/17/2011                               for the singles player and doubles competitive play. Text required.
        A facility use fee of $15 will be charged.
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                           60560 T Th       11:00AM 12:20PM Torkelson M                      TCT
PHYE 113                                                    1 UNIT         54047 T Th        1:00PM 2:20PM  Torkelson M                      TCT
BAdmInton
Basic skills, strategy and tactics for singles, doubles, and mixed
doubles badminton. Repeatable for credit three times to improve
proficiency. Beginning: Instruction in the history, safety, scoring
and etiquette of badminton. The fundamentals of the grip and vari-
ous forehand and backhand strokes. Rules and basis strategy for
singles and doubles games. Text required. Intermediate: Basic and
                                                                                                        Note:
intermediate skills, strategy, and tactics. Emphasis on forehand and
backhand, clear, kill, drives and drop shots, and their use in singles              Shaded area denotes evening class.
and doubles matches. Rules and strategies presented. Advanced:
Methods of attack and defense in singles and doubles. Class tour-
naments and ladder play. Instruction in refereeing is given. Text              Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.
required.
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor            Room         Instructor assignments and rooms are tentative.
52437 T            6:00PM 7:50PM           Page J                 GYM


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PHYE 129                                           1 - 1.5 UNITS           PHYE 145                                                    1 UNIT
spInnIng                                                                   FItness Assessment lABorAtory
This course is designed to provide students with a cardiovascular          Assessment and interpretation of individual fitness and health lev-
and muscle conditioning workout through a continuous movement              els. The assessment series measures body composition, muscular
on a bicycle (stationary). Each workout begins with a warm-up, then        strength, cardiorespiratory endurance and flexibility. Students repeat-
an increasing level of workload and finishes with a cool-down. This        ing this course will be able to track their personal fitness level. May
course provides a workout suitable for all levels of fitness. Repeatable   be repeated three times for credit.
for credit three times.
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       1196                                    Kling C                    613
1 UNIT
1169 M W          12:30PM 1:20PM        Deicke S                 601B
1272 T Th         5:00PM 5:50PM         Perez N                  601B      PHYE 146                                              1.5 UNITS
                                                                           FItness FlexIBIlIty
1.5 UNITS                                                                  This course is designed for students to achieve greater overall flex-
1175 M W           8:00AM 9:20AM        Sheet L                  601B      ibility, strengthen, and tone the muscles. This class will focus on
1173 T Th         12:30PM 1:50PM        Stephenson S             601B      abdominal conditioning so the student can receive the benefits of a
                                                                           sturdy low back and optimal posture. Stability balls, stretch bands,
                                                                           and light weights will be used. May be repeated for credit three
PHYE 130                                               1.5 UNITS           times.
yogA
This class is an introduction to Hatha Yoga. Students will be taught       Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
the theory, history and philosophy of yoga. Primarily, the students will   1197 M W          12:30PM 1:50PM        Sheet L                  601B
part icipate in the practice of yoga postures, while integrating breath
work and concentration. The physiological and emotional benefits
will be discussed. Repeatable for credit three times.                      PHYE 148                                              1.5 UNITS
                                                                           wAlkIng For FItness
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       Instruction in this course is focused on improving cardiovascular
54049    T Th     8:00AM 9:20AM         Nielsen-Berruezo M         607     endurance through a safe and effective exercise program of walking.
52863    T Th      9:30AM 10:50AM       Nielsen-Berruezo M         607     Repeatable for credit three times to improve proficiency.
52864    T Th     11:00AM 12:20PM       Nielsen-Berruezo M         607
60561    MW       11:00AM 12:20PM       Yates A                    607     Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
52708    MW        3:00PM 4:20PM        Dietz K                    607     1203 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM Freschi R                       GYM
                                                                           54022 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Hobbs M                         GYM
PHYE 131                                               1.5 UNITS
cArdIo kIckBoxIng                                                          PHYE 149                                              1.5 UNITS
This course is designed to provide students with a cardiovascular          physIcAl FItness
and muscle conditioning workout through continuous movements               This course focuses on fundamental concepts of physical fitness.
such as kicks, punches, jumping rope and calisthenic exercises.            Aerobics, strength, flexibility, posture, nutrition and relaxation are
Each workout, which begins with a warm-up and finishes with a              discussed and incorporated into the program. A general program
final stretch, emphasizes proper execution of movements and body           will be established with students eventually working into individualized
alignment. This course is a non-contact workout appropriate for all        programs. Repeatable for credit three times.
levels of fitness. Repeatable for credit three times.
                                                                           Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       1208 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM       Kling C                    402
1183 M W          9:30AM 10:50AM        Deicke S                 601B      51230 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM        Kling C                    402


PHYE 133                                               1.5 UNITS
Body sculptIng
This course is designed to provide students an environment for
improving muscular strength, muscular endurance, and muscular
flexibility. These three components of fitness will be addressed using a
variety of equipment including free weights, bands, tubing, benches,
and mats. Emphasis will be placed on proper technique and form,
and safe execution of exercises. Repeatable for credit three times.

Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
62130 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM Sheet L                        601B
62129 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Deicke S                       601B
62131 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Sheet L                        601B




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                                          Schedule of Classes
PHYE 151                                               1.5 UNITS            PHYE 169                                               1.5 UNITS
weIght trAInIng                                                             correctIve physIcAl educAtIon For tAs
This course is designed to provide a meaningful understanding of            This course is designed to train assistants in the field of corrective
the purpose of weight training, to enable individuals to evaluate           physical education and to provide these students with actual experi-
their own level of muscular fitness, and to design and engage in            ence in working with a wide variety of handicaps and abilities. The
personalized training programs using the components of muscular             student will gain an understanding of the physical, mental, and so-
strength, muscular endurance, and joint flexibility that can be ben-        cial effects of physical education on the exceptional individual. The
eficial throughout life. Repeatable for credit three times to improve       course will provide experience and training for students interested
proficiency.                                                                in pursuing a career in Physical Education, Corrective Therapy and
                                                                            Rehabilitative Physical Education. Repeatable for credit three times
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                            to improve proficiency. Open entry/open exit.
62144 M W         6:00AM 7:20AM          Kvidahl E                  401
56156 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM         Ball S                     401     Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
1224 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM        Wade-Gravett N             401     62280                                     Kling C                  402
1226 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM        Wade-Gravett N             401
1217 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM        Hobbs M                    401
1225 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM        Freschi R                  401     PHYE 174                                            1 - 1.5 UNITS
1215 M W          12:30PM 1:50PM         Hobbs M                    401     skIlls And condItIonIng For teAm sports
1210 M W           2:30PM 3:50PM         Ball S                     401     This course focuses on techniques and analysis of sport and con-
1211 M W           4:00PM 5:20PM         Freschi R                  401     ditioning used in preparing an student to compete at an advanced
                                                                            level. The course is available to all students. The course is repeatable
PHYE 154                                          1 - 1.5 UNITS             for credit three times.
mAt pIlAtes                                                                 Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
As designed by Joseph Pilates, this course will allow students to
                                                                            1 UNIT
increase overall movement efficiency, correct muscle imbalance,
                                                                            WOMEN’S SOCCER
increase core strength and develop mind/body connections. Students          62146                        Williams B                          FIELD
will use mats to develop strength, flexibility, balance, coordination       1.5 UNITS
and proper alignment. The course may be repeated three times for            MEN’S BASKETBALL
credit.                                                                     62145                        Ball S                               GYM
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room                    08/15/2011 TO 09/30/2011

1 UNIT                                                                              These courses are open to all students.
62220 T            6:00PM 7:50PM         McCann K                   607

1.5 UNITS                                                                   PHYE 176                                            1- 1.5 UNITS
62219 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM         McCann K                   607     teAm sports
                                                                            This course is an introduction to the basic movement skills neces-
PHYE 160                                               1.5 UNITS            sary for participation in an athletic event. Instruction also identifies
AdAptIve physIcAl educAtIon                                                 rules, team concepts, scoring, etiquette, safety, and conditioning
Designed to meet the needs of the physically limited student. The           for competitive situations. The course may be offered at beginning,
course will provide adaptations necessary to achieve muscular               intermediate, or advanced levels. Repeatable for credit three times
strength; cardiorespiratory endurance; and flexibility, each within         to improve proficiency.
the parameters of the student’s ability. Repeatable for credit three        Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor            Room
times.
                                                                            1 UNIT
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room       WOMEN’S GOLF
                                                                            62137                          Wiechers J                        NGC
1240 T Th         8:00AM 9:20AM          Kling C                    402     VOLLEYBALL
1241 M W           8:00AM 9:20AM         Zwetsloot A                402     62135 T Th    9:00AM 9:50AM Van Winden K                          GYM
1227 M W           9:30AM 10:50AM        Kling C                    402     BASKETBALL (BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE)
1239 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM        Kling C                    402     62139 M W    10:00AM 10:50AM Ball S                               GYM
56157 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM        Kling C                    402     BASKETBALL (BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE)
                                                                            62140 T Th   11:00AM 11:50AM Ball S                               GYM
PHYE 162                                               1.5 UNITS            BASEBALL
                                                                            62134 W       1:00PM 2:50PM    Freschi R                         FIELD
AdAptIve AquAtIcs                                                           MEN’S SOCCER
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of swimming for the
                                                                            62133 Th      7:00PM 9:50PM    Carroll L                          GYM
disabled student. In addition to skill acquisition, students will develop                  09/29/2011 TO 12/17/2011
cardiovascular endurance, strength, balance and flexibility using
aquatic techniques. The course is repeatable for credit 3 times.            1.5 UNITS
                                                                            WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
                                                                            62136                       Kvidahl E                             GYM
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room                   08/15/2011 TO 12/17/2011
56392 M W F 11:00AM 12:05PM Sumner A                             POOL               These classes are open to all students.
              08/15/2011 TO 11/18/2011



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PHYE 178                                                      2 UNITS          PHYE 286                                                  1 UNIT
pre-seAson condItIonIng                                                        women’s BAsketBAll teAm
This course prepares athletes for the competitive season. It is a solid        A course designed for the competitive basketball player who will
conditioning program that will prepare the athlete both mentally and           represent Napa Valley College in intercollegiate play. Repeatable
physically through training and competition in their non-traditional           for credit three times.
sport season, decreasing injury potential. This class is a requirement
for athletes who participate in the non-traditional season. Repeatable         Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
for credit three times.                                                        62279                                  Kvidahl E                GYM

Syn# Days         Time                        Instructor             Room
1257                                          Wiechers J                 TBA
                                                                               PHYE 290                                                2 UNITS
        This class is concurrent with PHYE 290. It is open to all students.    men’s golF teAm
                                                                               A course designed for the competitive golfer who will represent Napa
                                                                               Valley College in intercollegiate play. Repeatable for credit three
1258                                          Freschi R                FIELD   times.
        This class is open to all students.
                                                                               Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
1260                                          Hobbs M                  FIELD   1266                                   Wiechers J               NGC
        This class is open to all students

                                                                               PHYE 291                                                2 UNITS
PHYE 200                                                        1 UNIT         soccer teAm
                                                                               A course designed for the competitive soccer player who will represent
coAchIng & AthletIc AdmInIstrAtIon                                             Napa Valley College in intercollegiate play. Repeatable for credit
This course will provide exposure to the field of coaching sports. The
                                                                               three times.
student will develop a philosophy of coaching and appreciation of
various coaching styles. Additionally, the student will experience the         Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
psychology of sport, principles of physical training, behavior, teach-
                                                                               WOMEN’S SOCCER
ing, and management.                                                           62147                                  Williams B              FIELD
Syn# Days         Time                        Instructor             Room      MEN’S SOCCER
                                                                               62213                                  Carroll L               FIELD
1261 T Th         11:00AM 11:50AM Freschi R                            1430
                    10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
                                                                               PHYE 297                                                2 UNITS
                                                                               women’s volleyBAll teAm
PHYE 255                                                      3 UNITS          A course designed for the competitive volleyball player who will rep-
FoundAtIons oF physIcAl FItness                                                resent Napa Valley College in intercollegiate matches. Repeatable
This course will provide the information necessary for planning and            three times for credit.
instituting a personalized program of physical fitness. Lectures will
define and discuss the major components of fitness: cardiovascular             Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor             Room
fitness,muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composi-            62281                                  Van Winden K             GYM
tion, mind/body health, and rest/recovery period. In addition, this
course introduces students to career opportunities in the health and
fitness industry. This course assists in preparing interested students
for Personal Fitness Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor Certifica-
tion Exams through organizations such as the American Council on
Exercise (ACE).
Syn# Days         Time                        Instructor             Room
1262 T             7:00PM 9:50PM              Carducci C                603
                                              Deicke S

PHYE 285                                                        1 UNIT
men’s BAsketBAll teAm                                                                                      Note:
A course designed for the competitive basketball player who will
represent Napa Valley College in intercollegiate play. Repeatable
for credit three times.                                                                 Shaded area denotes evening class.
Syn# Days         Time                        Instructor             Room
62141                                Ball S                            GYM         Boxed room code denotes off-campus class.
                     09/30/2011 TO 12/17/2011

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                                           Schedule of Classes
                                                                    PHYS 240                                                     4 UNITS
                         PHYSICS                                    physIcs For scIentIsts & engIneers 2
                                                                    Prerequisites: PHYS 140 and MATH 121
                                                                    Heat, electricity, and magnetism.
                                                                    Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor               Room
PHYS 110                                                3 UNITS
descrIptIve physIcs                                                 62247 Th           12:30PM 1:50PM          Castro A                   1833
A non-mathematical descriptive introduction to physics for non-           Th           2:00PM 4:20PM                                      1836
science majors. Numerous slides and demonstrations will be used           T Th         4:30PM 5:50PM                                      1831
to illustrate the fundamental laws and applications of mechanics,
                                                                    60556 M             2:00PM 3:20PM          Castro A                   1833
heat, electricity, sound, optics and atomic physics.                      M             3:30PM 5:50PM                                     1836
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor       Room           T Th          4:30PM 5:50PM                                     1831
                                                                            Lab is included in this section.
1319 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM          MacMullen J       1831
52448 Th          6:30PM 9:20PM           Smith R           1839

PHYS 111                                                 1 UNIT               POLITICAL SCIENCE
descrIptIve physIcs lABorAtory
Co-requisite: PHYS 110
A non-mathematical descriptive physics laboratory that emphasizes
concepts before computation, the same approach used for PHYS        POLI 120                                                     3 UNITS
110. Many experiments are observational activities only. Some       IntroductIon to the prIncIples oF AmerIcAn
experiments involve computers which are programmed to simplify
and summarize quantitative measurements.
                                                                    government 1
                                                                    A study of the constitutional framework of national, state, and local
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor       Room     government, federalism, the presidency, Congress, political parties,
                                                                    voting and elections, public opinion and the role of the media.
1321 W            3:00PM 5:50PM           MacMullen J       1832
                                                                    Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 100
52449 W           6:30PM 9:20PM           Castro A          1836
                                                                    Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor               Room
PHYS 120                                                4 UNITS     60598                              Liscano J                       ONLINE
generAl physIcs 1                                                   1057 T Th           9:30AM 10:50AM Royer R                          1760
Prerequisite: MATH 108                                              62121 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Liscano J                        2220
Mechanics, fluids, wave motion, and heat; emphasis on biological    1054 M              6:30PM 9:20PM  Kiraly M                         1760
and medical applications in all areas.
                                                                    POLI 121                                                     3 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor       Room     IntroductIon to the prIncIples oF AmerIcAn
1322 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM          Smith R           1839
                                                                    government 2
                                                                    A study of the constitutional basis for national, state and local govern-
     T            1:00PM 2:20PM                             1833
     T            2:30PM 4:50PM                             1836
                                                                    ment, citizenship, civil liberties, civil rights, the judiciary, government’s
                                                                    role in the economy, interest groups, and foreign policy.
       Lab is included in this section.
                                                                    Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor               Room
60554 W           1:30PM 2:50PM           Pevyhouse A       1833
      T Th        9:30AM 10:50AM                            1839    60599 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Royer R                            2240
      W           3:00PM 5:20PM                             1836    1059 M W            2:00PM 3:20PM  Donohoe R                          1760
       Lab is included in this section.                             1058 T              6:00PM 8:50PM  Kiraly M                            830



PHYS 140                                                4 UNITS
physIcs For scIentIsts & engIneers 1
Prerequisite: MATH 120
Mechanics.

Syn# Days        Time                     Instructor       Room
54198 T           6:00PM     6:50PM       Castro A          1831
      Th          6:00PM     7:50PM                         1831
      T           7:00PM     9:20PM                         1836
      Th          8:00PM     9:20PM                         1833
       Lab is included in this section.




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                  PSYCHIATRIC                                                                     PSYCHOLOGY
                  TECHNICIAN
                                                                                PSYC 120                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                                generAl psychology
PTEC 150                                                   13 UNITS             Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
prIncIples & prActIce For psychIAtrIc                                           This course provides a general introduction to the field of psychol-
technIcIAns 1                                                                   ogy. Topics covered include research methods, neuropsychology,
Prerequisite: HEOC 100 and HEOC 101, High School Graduate or                    sensation and perception, cognitive psychology, developmental
equivalent, Orientation meeting, Reading and Math Pacement Test                 psychology, personality, social psychology, and clinical psychology.
Co-requisite: HEOC 172
This is the first course in a series of three semesters designed to pre-
pare the student for eligibility for licensure as a Psychiatric Technician      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
in the State of California. Includes role of the Psychiatric Technician,        56174                                    Carlin J              ONLINE
Nurse/Patient Relationship, Nursing Process and the Medical Records,            1067 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM        Holladay S              830
Medical Terminology, Nursing Fundamentals, and Medical/Surgical
Nursing.                                                                        58696 F            9:30AM 12:40PM Carlin J                          838
                                                                                                    09/09/2011 TO 12/17/2011
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
                                                                                62118 M W          9:30AM 10:50AM        Carlin J                   831
62108 M            7:00AM 11:50AM          Carroll P                   814      1070 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM        Wachsmuth J                830
      TW           7:00AM 11:50AM                                     1204      1068 M W           2:00PM 3:20PM         Wachsmuth J                830
      TWTh         7:00AM 11:50AM                                    AGEN       1071 T Th          3:30PM 4:50PM         Wachsmuth J                830
      Th           7:00AM 11:50AM                                      814      52414 Th           6:00PM 8:50PM         Sullivan E                 830
      MW           1:00PM 3:50PM                                      1204
        Completion of the program admission requirements as identified in
        the Napa Valley College Catalog and the PTEC Program Informa-
        tion Sheet and as required and approved by the California BVNPT.
        Formal acceptance to the program is required for course registration.
                                                                                PSYC 123                                                  3 UNITS
        There is a required Lab Pack fee of approximately $150 payable to
                                                                                socIAl psychology
                                                                                Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
        the Cashier.
                                                                                Social psychology is the disipline that studies our reciprocal influences
                                                                                on each other. It focuses on our family, educational, peer, societal
                                                                                and cultural relationships and the process of socialization.
PTEC 155                                                   12 UNITS
prIncIples & prActIce For psychIAtrIc
technIcIAns 2                                                                   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
Prerequisite: PTEC 150                                                          53938                               Bell G                     ONLINE
Co-requisite: PSYC 125                                                                              09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011
A course designed to prepare the student for eligibility for licensure          1072 M W          11:00AM 12:20PM Bell G                          1760
as a Psychiatric Technician in the State of California. Includes Psy-                   Cross-listed with SOCI 123
chopharmacology, Assessment and intervention of the Client with
Developmental Disabilities, Etiologies, Diseases Associated with
Developmental Disabilities, Teaching and Training using a Devel-
opmental Model, Developmental Disabilities Client’s Rights, Tests               PSYC 124                                                  3 UNITS
and Measurements, Normalization, Behavior Modification, Sensory                 psychology oF AdJustment
Motor Integration, and Case Management.                                         Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
                                                                                This course addresses several major topics in the field of psychology
                                                                                with an emphasis on personal application. Topics covered include
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        personality theory, stress and coping, the self, social cognition and
966   M            7:00AM 12:50PM          Zyskowski C                 TBA      influence, communication, attraction, gender and sexuality, human
966   MTW          7:00AM 12:50PM          Zyskowski C               AGEN       development, psychological disorders, and psychotherapy.Transfers
966   W            7:00AM 12:50PM          Zyskowski C                1011      to: CSU, UC
966   Th           8:00AM 11:50AM          Zyskowski C                 TBA
966   T            2:00PM 3:50PM           Zyskowski C                 TBA      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                                1075 W             2:00PM 4:50PM         Ladd D                    860
                                                                                1074 T             6:00PM 8:50PM         Staff                    1760




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                                          Schedule of Classes
PSYC 125                                                 3 UNITS
humAn development
Recommended Preparation: PSYC 120                                                   RESPIRATORY CARE
Human development from conception through infancy, childhood,
adolescence, maturity, late adulthood, old age and death. Physical,
cognitive, social, emotional and personality development. Develop-         RESP 120                                                   6 UNITS
mental theories. Transfers to: CSU, UC                                     respIrAtory cAre theory I
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       Prerequisite: BIOL 218, CHEM 110, MATH 90
                                                                           Co-requisite: RESP 130 and RESP 140
1076                                    Carlin J              ONLINE       Students will receive instruction in the theoretical foundations of
1078 T            1:30PM 4:20PM         Sullivan E             1760        respiratory care. The course will cover the anatomy and physiology
54727 Th          1:30PM 4:20PM         Sullivan E             1760
                                                                           of the respiratory system, the mechanics of breathing and acid-base
54191 W           6:30PM 9:20PM         Ladd D                 1760
                                                                           balance.

PSYC 128                                                 3 UNITS           Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
cross-culturAl psychology                                                  976 WTh           8:00AM 10:50AM         Fortier W                   802
A course that studies basic and complex psychosocial processes                     Hybrid.
relating them to the cultural experiences of three immigrant groups:
European, Asian and Latino, living in the European oriented culture
of the US. The role of women is highlighted in the course, and a           RESP 130                                                   4 UNITS
special section on old age compares the ways different cultures deal       respIrAtory cAre lABorAtory I
with their elders. In addition to technical material students will read    Co-requisite: RESP 120
contemporary fiction addressing topics of identity, love, discrimination   This course covers basic patient assessment, oxygen therapy, bron-
and acculturation. Transfers to: CSU, UC.                                  chial hygiene techniques, and arterial blood gas punctures. Students’
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room       knowledge and technical skills will be developed through integrated
                                                                           laboratory work.
52416 M           2:00PM 4:50PM         Carlin J                 1633
                                                                           Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
PSYC 135                                                 3 UNITS           61004 T            8:00AM 10:50AM        Fortier W                   802
                                                                                 Th          12:30PM 3:20PM         Fortier W                   802
humAn sexuAlIty                                                                  Th          12:30PM 3:20PM         Fortier W                   803
Recommended Preparation: PSYC 120
This course presents a survey of the study of human sexuality from
biological, cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and social perspectives.     61005 T            8:00AM 10:50AM        Fortier W                   802
Topics covered include sexual behavior, sexual identity, attraction,             T           12:30PM 3:20PM         Fortier W                   802
gender, sexual anatomy and physiology, and the role of sexuality in              T           12:30PM 3:20PM         Fortier W                   803
cultural and social contexts. This course is intended for adults and               Fees include: lab kit fee (payable to Cashier using form posted on
involves the presentation of explicit material. Transfers to: CSU, UC              RT webpage). Hybrid.
Recommended Preparation: PSYC 120.
Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
1082 T Th         11:00AM 12:20PM Wachsmuth J                      830     RESP 140                                                1.5 UNITS
1083 T Th          1:30PM 2:50PM  Wachsmuth J                      830     prepArAtIon For clInIcAl
                                                                           Co-requisite: RESP 120 and RESP 130
                                                                           This course prepares the student for entrance into the clinical por-
                                                                           tion of the Respiratory Care program. The course will cover patient
                                                                           and practioner safety, infection control, and legal and ethical issues.
                                                                           Grade Option: Letter Grade Only
                                                                           Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                           983 W             1:00PM 3:50PM          Duff J                      802
                                                                                   Hybrid.


                                                                           RESP 200                                                   2 UNITS
                                                                           respIrAtory cAre theory III
                                                                           Prerequisite: RESP 180
                                                                           Co-requisite: RESP 210, RESP 211, and RESP 250
                                                                           The students will receive instruction in selected topics in respiratory
                                                                           care. The course will cover advanced pulmonary function testing,
                                                                           cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, home care, and gerontology.

                                                                           Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                           984 M             10:00AM 11:50AM                                    802
                                                                                   Hybrid.

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RESP 210                                                3 UNITS          RESP 250                                            2.5 - 5 UNITS
prIncIples & ApplIcAtIons oF mechAnIcAl                                  respIrAtory cAre clInIcAl Iv
ventIlAtIon                                                              Co-requisites: RESP 200, RESP 210, and RESP 211
Co-requisites: RESP 200, RESP 211, and RESP 250                          Students will receive supervised clinical experience in the care of
Students will receive instruction in the care and treatment of the       patiens with cardiopulmonary disease. The course will cover the
acutely ill cardiopulmonary patient. The course will cover manage-       practical application of theory and techniques. Students will work
ment of patients requiring ventilatory support, intubation avoidance     primarily in the adult critical care areas of the hospital. Full-time stu-
strategies, and hazards of positive pressure ventilation.                dents must complete the 5.0-unit option. Part-time students complete
                                                                         only 2.5 UNITS.
Syn# Days         Time                 Instructor             Room
                                                                         Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor            Room
985    F          8:00AM 10:50AM       Duff J                    802
        Hybrid.                                                          990     T Th       7:00AM 3:30PM            Staff                 AGEN
                                                                                 This is a variable unit class. Tuesday only 2.5 UNITS and Tuesday/
                                                                                 Thursday is 5 units.
RESP 211                                                  1 UNIT
mechAnIcAl ventIlAtor lABorAtory
Prerequisite: RESP 180 or approval of instructor for practicing          RESP 251                                                 2.5 UNITS
respiratory therapists                                                   respIrAtory cAre clInIcAl v
Co-requisite: RESP 210 and 250 or approval of instructor for             Prerequisite: RESP 250
practicing respiratory therapists                                        Co-requisite: RESP 220
This course’s laboratory work will develop the student’s knowledge       Students will receive supervised clinical experience in the care of
and technical skills in adult, pediatric, and neonatal mechanical        patients with cardiopulmonary diseases. The course will cover the
ventilation. The course will cover application and management of         practical application of theory and techniques. Students will work
state-of-the-art ventilators. 1 Unit; 3 hrs lab; 18 weeks. Grading       primarily in the ad ult critical care areas of the hospital. This course
Option: Letter Grade Only                                                is for students enrolled in the part-time program.


Syn# Days         Time                 Instructor             Room       Syn# Days         Time                      Instructor            Room
986   W           9:00AM 11:50AM       Miller W                  803     54827 T            7:00AM 3:30PM            Staff                 AGEN
52975 W           1:00PM 3:50PM        Miller W                  803             This class is for part-time RT students.
        Hybrid.



RESP 220                                                3 UNITS
neonAtAl/pedIAtrIc respIrAtory cAre
Prerequisite: RESP 180
Co-requisite: RESP 251 (part-time students only)
Students will receive instruction in respiratory care of the neonatal
and pediatric patient. The course will cover fetal lung development,
circulatory changes in the newborn, and neonatal and pediatric
diseases.

Syn# Days         Time                 Instructor             Room
987    M          1:00PM 3:50PM        Toch K                    802
        Hybrid.



RESP 230                                                  1 UNIT
respIrAtory cAre topIcs I
Prequisites: RESP 180 and RESP 190
Students will receive instruction by guest lectures. The course will
cover acute respiratory failure, X-ray interpretation, and therapeutic
procedures.

Syn# Days         Time                 Instructor             Room
989    M          8:00AM 8:50AM        Staff                     802
        Hybrid.




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                    SOCIOLOGY                                                                     SPANISH
SOCI 120                                                3 UNITS           SPAN 110                                                 3 UNITS
IntroductIon to socIology                                                 FIrst semester spAnIsh (pArt A)
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90                            The first half of a two-course sequence that introduces the basic ele-
Introduction to Sociology is an introductory study of the basic           ments of the language (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in
concepts, theoretical approaches and methods of sociology. Top-           real world contexts. Emphasis is on language, production, grammar,
ics typically include the analysis and explanation of culture, social     vocabulary building, and exposure to the Hispanic culture. (NOTE:
structures, social stratification (including class, race, ethnicity and   In order to fulfill the one-semester foreign language requirement of
gender), social change, group and global dynamics, and self and           some universities, transfer students must complete the sequence of
socialization.                                                            SPAN 110 and 111).
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
52422                               Bell G                   ONLINE       785 T Th          9:30AM 10:50AM        Villagomez M               836
                    09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011                              62189 M          11:00AM 12:20PM        Elizalde de Pereira M      834
                                                                          62189 W          11:00AM 12:20PM        Elizalde de Pereira M     1435
1091 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM Bell G                           830
                                                                          787 W            6:00PM 8:50PM          Diaz O                    2240
1090 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Bell G                         1760

SOCI 122                                                3 UNITS           SPAN 111                                                 3 UNITS
socIAl proBlems                                                           FIrst semester spAnIsh (pArt B)
                                                                          Prerequisite: SPAN 110
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90
An identification and analysis of the basic concepts, theoretical ap-     The second half of a two-course sequence that introduces the basic
proaches (conflict, functionalist, and interactionist) and methods of     elements of the language (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in
contemporary social problems including: (1) the role of power and         real world contexts. Emphasis is on language production, grammar,
ideology in the definition of social probles, (2) causes and conse-       vocabulary building, and exposure to the Hispanic culture. (NOTE:
quences of social problems, and (3) methods of intervention. Topics       In order to fulfill the one-semester foreign language requirement of
may include illness, environmental issues, abuse, migration, poverty,     some universities, transfer students must complete the sequence of
crime, unemployment, and labor force conditions.                          SPAN 110 and 111).

Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
53937                               Gonzalez M               ONLINE
                    09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011                              788     MW        9:30AM 10:50AM        Knorr R                   2240
52423 Th          6:30PM 9:20PM         Gonzalez M              1760
                                                                          SPAN 120                                                 5 UNITS
                                                                          FIrst semester spAnIsh
SOCI 123                                                3 UNITS           The first part of a four semester sequence of UC/CSU transfer level
socIAl psychology                                                         Spanish courses integrating listening, speaking, reading, and writing
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ENGL 90                            skills in real world contexts. Cultural perspectives and practices are
Social psychology is the discipline that studies our reciprocal influ-    also addressed.
ences on each other. It focuses on our family, educational, peer,
societal and cultural relationships and the process of socialization.     Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                          793                                     Villagomez M            ONLINE
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room               Students are highly encouraged to attend a one time orientation.
                                                                                  Orientation will be on Friday, August 19th at 1pm in room 834,
53939                               Bell G                   ONLINE               NVC.
                    09/26/2011 TO 12/17/2011
1094 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Bell G                         1760      794 MTWTh 8:15AM 9:20AM                 Shea M                     834
        Cross-listed with SOCI 123                                        792 TTh    1:30PM 3:50PM                Shea M                     834
                                                                          791 M W    6:30PM 8:50PM                Kyle T                     830
                                                                          62496 M W  12:30PM 2:50PM               Kyle T                     TBA




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SPAN 121                                                   5 UNITS
second semester spAnIsh
The second semester part of a four-semester sequence of transfer                           SPEECH
level Spanish courses. Continued work on language communication
integrating listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in real world
                                                                                        COMMUNICATIONS
contexts. Ongoing development of cultural awareness.
span-120.                                                                    SPCOM 124                                                  3 UNITS
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room       cAreer communIcAtIons
                                                                             This course covers a range of workplace communication concepts
60612 M W         12:30PM 2:50PM         Shea M                     834      and skills. Topics include developing resumes, interviewing, group
62191 T Th         6:00PM 8:20PM         Aguilar A                 1635      decision making, problem solving, leadership, and effective presenta-
                                                                             tions. In addition, the course will develop skills in listening, critical
SPAN 240                                                   5 UNITS           thinking and conflict resolution.
thIrd semester spAnIsh                                                       Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
Prerequisite: SPAN 121 or equivalent
The third part of a four-semester sequence of transfer level Spanish         60627 T Th         1:30PM 2:50PM         Madison T                 1635
courses. This intermediate course is designed to consolidate and im-         60624 M            5:00PM 7:50PM         Pippins E                 1636
                                                                             60625 T            6:00PM 8:50PM         Wright Motley J           1636
prove first-year skills through focused practice and synthesis. Course
includes a variety of sustained reading selections for exposure to
literature, culture, and other relevant topics.                              SPCOM 126                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                             InterculturAl communIcAtIon
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room
                                                                             This course provides an introduction to the factors affecting inter-
                                                                             cultural communication. The course will examine the influences of
797     MW         4:00PM 6:20PM    Villagomez M                     836     culture and gender on areas such as worldviews, values, beliefs,
                    08/22/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                 verbal and nonverbal communication patterns, conflict styles and
                                                                             more, in order to develop self-awareness and sensitivity to others in
                                                                             intercultural interactions.
SPAN 280                                                   5 UNITS
spAnIsh For herItAge speAkers 1                                              Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
Prerequisite: SPAN 121 or equivalent                                         60614 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Madison T                        2230
Designed for bilingual students whose native language is Spanish                     This course is part of the Umoja Community and is linked to COUN
who wish to improve their skills in reading and writing in Spanish                   100. The course is open to all students. Students enrolled will be
through literature analysis, but open to other linguistically qualified              connected to all of the Umoja Communities services and activities.
students. Writing composition will be the main focus of the class,                   Students must also enroll in COUN-100 (#54736).
but grammar, spelling, speaking, pronunciation, and a variety of
Spanish reading selections will also be included; as well as exposure        60628 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Madison T                        1635
to local and international Hispanic culture as a meaning system and
common heritage of the U.S. It is highly recommended to Spanish
majors.                                                                      SPCOM 120                                                  3 UNITS
                                                                             InterpersonAl communIcAtIon
                                                                             This course is designed to improve the student’s ability to communi-
Syn# Days         Time                   Instructor               Room       cate one-on-one with other individuals. The course covers a range
58597 M W         4:00PM 6:30PM    Elizalde de Pereira M             830     of topics such as the self-concept, perception, verbal and nonverbal
                 08/22/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                    communication patterns, assertiveness, listening, conflict resolution,
                                                                             developing relationships and the impact of culture and gender on
                                                                             each aspect of communication.
                                                                             Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                             60617 M W          8:00AM 9:20AM Petero A                          1638
                                                                             60618 T Th         9:30AM 10:50AM Gross A                          1632
                                                                             60615 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM Lucier K                         1630




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                                         Schedule of Classes
SPCOM 122                                               3 UNITS
puBlIc speAkIng
This course focuses on developing the skills needed to research,                                  THEATER
organize and present effective speeches for a variety of audiences
and occasions. Additional topics include reducing speech apprehen-
sion, use of visual aids, argumentation, critical thinking and critical   THEA 100                                                 3 UNITS
listening.                                                                IntroductIon to theAter
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       This course covers the major elements of theater production and
                                                                          theater history from the origins of drama to contemporary theater.
60620    T Th     8:00AM 9:20AM         Petero A                1632      Topics will include an introduction to basic theater terminology,
60623    MW       9:30AM 10:50AM        Gross A                 1631      theater artists and technicians, historical movements and critical
60621    MW      11:00AM 12:20PM        Gross A                 1631      perspective.
60622    T Th    11:00AM 12:20PM        McReynolds G            3201
60619    MW      12:30PM 1:50PM         McReynolds G            1631      Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                          60661 M W         11:00AM 12:20PM Cain D                           133
SPCOM 132                                               3 UNITS
orAl InterpretAtIon                                                       THEA 105                                                 3 UNITS
This course covers a range of delivery concepts and skills for spoken
and literary interpretations of text. Topics include literary analysis,
                                                                          dIversIty In AmerIcAn drAmA
                                                                          This course explores the contributions and perspectives of various
vocal and physical delivery, group presentation, intellectual and
                                                                          cultural, ethnic and gender groups to contemporary American drama.
emotional interpretations, and effective presentations. In addition,
                                                                          Students in this course will study plays by African Americans, Latino
the course develops skills in articulation, reading, audience analysis,
                                                                          Americans, Asian Americans and other cultural and gender groups.
and presentation evaluation.
                                                                          Transfers to: CSU
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
62197 W          12:30PM 3:20PM         Madison T               2230      60947 T Th        11:00AM 12:20PM King J                           133

SPCOM 130                                               3 UNITS           THEA 110                                                 3 UNITS
smAll group communIcAtIon                                                 technIque oF ActIng
This course focuses on the dynamics of small group interactions.          This course provides students with a study of the fundamental skills
Students will combine theory and practice to develop skills in running    required for stage acting and the creation of roles in plays. Course
and participating in groups. Topics include group formation and           content includes development of physical and vocal technique, im-
development, roles and norms, leadership, decision-making and             provisation, scenes and monologues from published plays. Repeat-
problem solving, running meetings, conflict resolution and effective      able one time.
verbal and nonverbal communication.
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room
                                                                          60668 M W         9:30AM 10:50AM        Cain D                     137
62196 T Th        2:00PM 3:20PM         Lucier K                1630

                                                                          THEA 140                                                    1 UNIT
                                                                          technIcAl theAtre lABorAtory
                    TECHNICAL                                             Technical theatre laboratory is an introduction to the basic vocabulary,
                                                                          techniques, materials, and equipment of entertainment technology.
                                                                          Offers experience in working with sets, costumes, properties, lighting,
                                                                          sound, and makeup. Appropriate for all drama majors.
TECH 92                                                 3 UNITS
technIcAl mAthemAtIcs 1                                                   Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
The first of a two-semester course involving the study of practical       60679 T Th        1:30PM 4:20PM         Skeoch J                   136
mathematics as applied to technical and trade work. It is particularly
useful for those anticipating a career in an industrial environment.
Content includes: mathematical symbols, fractions, percentages,           THEA 141                                                    1 UNIT
geometry, algebra, metric system, and applications to technical/          stAgecrAFt: scenery And props
trade work. Calculator is required. Prerequisite to Tech 107.             Survey of all technical phases of scene and prop construction,
                                                                          painting, placement and manipulation. The student will study the
                                                                          aesthetics and practical applications of set and property design.
Syn# Days        Time                  Instructor              Room       Course is designed for the beginner.
49857 M W         1:00PM 2:20PM         Smeltzer T              3104
                                                                          Syn# Days        Time                   Instructor              Room
                                                                          60682 T Th        1:30PM 4:20PM         Staff                      134




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THEA 142                                                     3 UNITS            THEA 155                                                      1 UNIT
stAgecrAFt: costume And mAke-up                                                 dAnce theAter productIon
Introduction to function of theatrical costume and makeup and the               Theater Dance Production is designed for the rehearsal and perfor-
contribution to the total aesthetic effect of a dramatic production.            mance of choreography for musicals to be presented for the campus
Design research and principles, costume and makeup organization,                and community with full music and production support.
pattern and construction techniques and makeup application are
introduced.                                                                     Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                                60687                                     Rogers P                    137
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room                Limitation on Enrollment By Audition: August 8 & August 9 at 7 p.m.
60683 TW           1:30PM 4:20PM           Staff                       136              Prepare a one-minute monologue and 16-measures from a Broadway
                                                                                        song. Be prepared to learn a short dance. This is a variable unit
                                                                                        course. Students must choose either 1,2,or 3 units at the time of
THEA 143                                                     3 UNITS                    registration.
technIcAl theAter And desIgn: lIghtIng And
sound
This course covers theory and techniques utilized in lighting and
sound design and engineering for the stage. Repeatable three                    THEA 210                                                    3 UNITS
times.                                                                          IntermedIAte ActIng
                                                                                Prerequisite: THEA 110 and instructor approval
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        This course is a continuation of the study of acting technique and the
62246 TW           1:30PM 4:20PM           Staff                       136      creation of dramatic roles on an intermediate level. Students continue
                                                                                to refine technique utilizing improvisation, monologues and scripted
                                                                                scenes from realistic and non-realistic plays.
THEA 151                                                        1 UNIT
tourIng theAter productIon
Touring Theater Production is designed for the production of touring            Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
plays to be presented before the campus and community. Each se-                 62253 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM          Cain D                      137
mester the course is offered, a different touring play will be rehearsed
and presented.
                                                                                THEA 244                                                    3 UNITS
Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room        FundAmentAls oF ActIng
60684                                      King J                      137      The exploration and development of acting skills through technique
                                                                                and performance. Transfers to: CSU, UC
THEA 152                                                        1 UNIT          Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
chIldren’s theAter productIon                                                   60948 M W         12:30PM 1:50PM          Cain D                      137
Children’s Theater Production is designed for the production of plays
to be presented for young audiences and the general community.

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
60685                                      King J                       TBA
        Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition. Auditions: August 15 at 2
        p.m. and August 15 at 7 p.m. Sing a song, read from the script and
        be prepared to dance. This is a variable unit course. Students must
        choose either 1, 2, or 3 units at the time of registration.



THEA 154                                                        1 UNIT
repertory theAter
Repertory Theater provides performance, administrative and technical
skills through the production of different plays on stage for the campus
and community. Different plays will be produced each semester.

Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor                Room
62182                                      Winegar S                   147
        Limitation on Enrollment: By Audition. Auditions: August 8 and 9 at
        7 p.m. Read from the script. This is a variable unit course. Students
        must choose either 1, 2, or 3 units at the time of registration.




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                                                                             VWT 140                                                     3 UNITS
                   VITICULTURE                                               culturAl ApprecIAtIon oF wIne
                                                                             A survey of wine and its role in religion, art, culture and society from
                                                                             pre-history to the modern day. Sensory evaluation of representative
VWT 130                                                    3 UNITS           wines. Laboratory materials fee. Must be at least 21 years of age.
generAl vItIculture                                                          Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor              Room
Introduction to grape growing, including history; varieties and root-
stocks; anatomy and physiology; climate and soils; propagation,              851     T          7:00PM 9:50PM          Wagner P                  3201
planting and training; production practices; common diseases and                     Students should be prepared to pay a $150.00 materials fee at time
pests.                                                                               of registration.

Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
850    T           7:00PM 9:50PM         Krebs S                   3220      VWT 172                                                     3 UNITS
                                                                             lABorAtory AnAlysIs oF musts & wInes
VWT 134                                                      1 UNIT          An introduction to winery laboratory practices, including basic prin-
vIneyArd prunIng                                                             ciples, techniques and common methods of analysis for musts and
Introduction to the theory and practice of pruning grapevines. Lec-          wines. Students learn laboratory methods used to determine when
ture stresses vine responses to pruning and introduces terminology.          to add amendments to wines and how to stabilize and clarify wines.
Laboratory consists of pruning and training field work.                      Transfers to: CSU

Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room       Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor              Room
841    S           9:00AM 12:50PM Krebs S                          3220      852     W          7:00PM 9:50PM          Avila B                   3201
       F           7:00PM 9:50PM                                   3220              Students should be prepared to pay a $50.00 materials fee at time
                    11/18/2011 TO 12/17/2011                                         of registration.

        Class begins on 11/18/11. Three-week course.

                                                                             VWT 173                                                     3 UNITS
VWT 136                                                    3 UNITS           sensory evAluAtIon oF wIne
                                                                             Introduction to wine sensory evaluation, including statistical analysis
wInes oF the world                                                           of trials; study of wine styles; sensory testing techniques; identification
Introduction to world wine regions, including history; viticulture           of wine traits. Sensory evaluation of representative wines. Laboratory
practices; winemaking styles. Sensory evaluation of representative           materials fee. Must be at least 21 years of age. Transfers to: CSU
wines. Laboratory materials fee. Students must be 21 years of age.

                                                                             Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor              Room
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                             53969 W            7:00PM 9:50PM          Poole N                   3220
842    Th          7:00PM 9:50PM         Krebs S                   3201              Students should be prepared to pay a $150.00 materials fee at time
        Students should be prepared to pay a $150.00 materials fee at time           of registration.
        of registration.


                                                                             VWT 180                                                     3 UNITS
VWT 139                                                      1 UNIT          FundAmentAls oF enology
IntroductIon to north coAst wInes                                            An introduction to the science of winemaking, including grape
A short introductory course, including history, viticulture practices and    maturation, harvesting, fermentation, wine development, blending,
winemaking styles of the North Coast districts of California. Sensory        filtration and preparation for bottling. Students learn the winemaking
evaluation of representative wines. Laboratory materials fee. Must           options available to create different wine styles. Transfers to: CSU
be at least 21 years of age.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room       Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor              Room
843    M           7:00PM 9:50PM    Weis M                         3220      853     M          7:00PM 9:50PM          Avila B                   3201
                    10/17/2011 TO 12/17/2011
        Class begins on 10/17/11. Six week class. Students should be
        prepared to pay a $85.00 materials fee at time of registration.
                                                                             VWT 190                                                     2 UNITS
                                                                             vItIculture & wInery technology woex 1
                                                                             Supervised practical work experience. Intended to help the student
                                                                             integrate classroom study with on-the-job training in the wine industry.
                                                                             Student must meet with the Program Coordinator before enrolling.
                                                                             Transfers to: CSU.
                                                                             Syn# Days         Time                    Instructor              Room
                                                                             844                                       Krebs S                   3220




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VWT 230                                                    3 UNITS
FAll vItIculture operAtIons
Vineyard practices for the fall and winter seasons. Class operates
                                                                                                     WELDING
NVC Student Vineyard, with an emphasis on the practical applica-
tions of viticulture theory. Transfers to: CSU.                              WELD 120                                                   7 UNITS
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
                                                                             weldIng technology 1
                                                                             The first semester of an extensive two-year program preparing the
847 M             1:00PM 4:50PM          Krebs S                   3220      student for a skilled job in the field of welding. Training in all phases
                                                                             toward manipulative skills begins with trade safety, study of practical
VWT 234                                                    3 UNITS           mathematics as applied to trade work, oxygen-fuel gas cutting, stick
                                                                             electrodes in various joints and positions and related theory.
IntegrAted pest control For grApes
Introduction to the theory and practice of integrated pest control in
grape growing including biology and control of common insects and            Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
disease problems of North Coast vineyards. Transfers to: CSU
                                                                             858 MTWThF         9:00AM 11:50AM        Smeltzer T                3104
                                                                                     Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room               of registration.
854 W             1:00PM 3:50PM          Krebs S                   3220

                                                                             WELD 130                                                3.5 UNITS
VWT 270                                                    3 UNITS           weldIng technology 1A
AdvAnced wInemAkIng                                                          The first of a two-course sequence which represents WELD 120
Prerequisite: VWT 180                                                        (Welding Technology 1). This class will be offered using the same
Advanced course in winemaking, including development of winemak-             text, method and materials as for Welding Technology 1.
ing style, experimentation in production practices and enhancement
of wine quality. Students perform a winemaking project which may             Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
result in journal publication. Course provides essential skills for a        60508 MTWThF 9:00AM 10:20AM              Smeltzer T                3104
career in commercial winemaking. Lab fee will be assessed. Student           60506 T Th  6:20PM 9:55PM                White T                   3104
must be at least 21 years of age in order to participate in wine tast-               Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
ing.                                                                                 of registration.


Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
855    Th         1:30PM 4:20PM          Avila B                   3201
                                                                             WELD 131                                                3.5 UNITS
        Students should be prepared to pay a $125.00 materials fee at time   weldIng technology 1B
        of registration.                                                     Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100
                                                                             The second of a two-course sequence which represents WELD 120
                                                                             (Welding Technology 1). This class will be offered using the same
                                                                             text, method and materials as for Welding Technology 1.
VWT 280                                                    3 UNITS
FAll wInery operAtIons
Winery operations for the fall season, including grape maturity              Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
monitoring; grape harvesting; fermentation, handling and storage             60509 MTWThF 9:00AM 10:20AM              Smeltzer T                3104
of new wines; maintenance of wines from previous vintages; general           60510 T Th  6:20PM 9:55PM                White T                   3104
cellar practices. Class operates the Teaching Winery. Student must                   Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
be at least 21 years of age in order to participate in wine tasting.                 of registration.
Transfers to: CSU
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
856    T          1:30PM 5:20PM          Avila B                   3201
                                                                             WELD 132                                                3.5 UNITS
        Students should be prepared to pay a $50.00 materials fee at time    weldIng technology 2A
        of registration.                                                     Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100
                                                                             The first of a two-course sequence which represents WELD 121
                                                                             (Welding Technology 2). This class will be offered using the same
                                                                             text, method and materials as for Welding Technology 2.
VWT 290                                                    3 UNITS
vItIculture & wInery technology woex 3
Supervised practical work experience. Intended to help the student           Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
integrate classroom study with on-the-job training in the wine industry.     60512 T Th         6:20PM 9:55PM         White T                   3104
Student must meet with the Program Coordinator before enrolling.             60513 M W          6:20PM 9:55PM         Humphrey D                3104
Transfers to: CSU.                                                                   Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
                                                                                     of registration.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
849                                      Krebs S                   3220




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                                           Schedule of Classes
WELD 133                                                3.5 UNITS            WELD 231                                                3.5 UNITS
weldIng technology 2B                                                        weldIng technology 3B
Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100                              Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100
The second of a two-course sequence which represents WELD 121                The sixth semester of an extended format of courses in the Welding
(Welding Technology 2). This class will be offered using the same            Technology major which prepares the student for a skilled job in the
text, method and materials as for Welding Technology 2.                      welding field. Particular emphasis will be placed on inert gas welding
                                                                             and materials, material preparation and finishing, joint design, and
                                                                             material identification, and culminating in certification in the use of
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room       stick electrodes and inert gas processes.
60514 M W         6:20PM 9:55PM          Humphrey D                3104
60515 T Th        6:20PM 9:55PM          White T                   3104      Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
        Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time   60519 MTWThF 9:00AM 10:20AM Smeltzer T                              3104
        of registration.                                                     60520 T Th  6:20PM 9:55PM   White T                                 3104
                                                                             60521 M W   6:20PM 9:55PM   Humphrey D                              3104
                                                                                     Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
                                                                                     of registration.
WELD 150                                                   3 UNITS
metAl FABrIcAtIon I
Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100
Course in metal fabrication techniques to improve employable                 WELD 240                                                    7 UNITS
skills of the vocational technical student. Will include safety, the         weldIng technology 3
understanding and use of blueprints, use and care of tools, layout           Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100
from blueprints, use of materials handbooks, hand-on fabrication             The third semester of Welding Technology continues with the ad-
of various projects, and joining processes.                                  vancement of welding skills in all areas. The study of materials,
                                                                             layout, symbols and metallurgy is expanded. Prepares the student for
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room       certification in the use of stick electrodes and inert gas processes.
60541 M W         9:00AM 11:20AM         Smeltzer T                3104
60539 T Th        6:20PM 8:55PM          White T                   3104
60540 M W         6:20PM 8:55PM          Humphrey D                3104      Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
        Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time   879 MTWThF        9:00AM 11:50AM          Smeltzer T                3104
        of registration.                                                             Students should be prepared to pay $25 materials fee at the time of
                                                                                     registration.

WELD 230                                                3.5 UNITS
weldIng technology 3A                                                        WELD 241                                                3.5 UNITS
Prerequisites: WELD 120 or WELD 130 or WELD 100                              weldIng technology 4
The fifth semester of an extended format of courses in the Welding           The fourth semester of Welding Technology applies the manipula-
Technology major which prepares the student for a skilled job in the         tive skills of welding with fabricating techniques. The student will be
welding field. Particular emphasis will be placed on inert gas welding       required to use the skills developed by drafting a project, prepare a
and materials, material preparation and finishing, joint design, and         materials list, time estimate and then, to fabricate the project.
material identification.
Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room       Syn# Days        Time                    Instructor               Room
60517 MTWThF 9:00AM 10:20AM Smeltzer T                             3104      62287 MTWThF 9:00AM 10:20AM Smeltzer T                              3104
60516 M W   6:20PM 9:55PM   Humphrey D                             3104      62285 M W   6:20PM 9:55PM   Humphrey D                              3104
60518 T Th  6:20PM 9:55PM   White T                                3104      62286 Th    6:20PM 9:55PM   White T                                 3104
        Students should be prepared to pay a $25 materials fee at the time
        of registration.




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          WORK EXPERIENCE                                                                       OFF CAMPUS LOCATIONS
                                                                                 ACHI.......................................... American Canyon High School
WOEX 190                                                        1 UNIT                                                       3000 Newell Drive, American Canyon
work experIence semInAr
Co-requisite: Enrollment in WOEX 191 or WOEX 193                                 AGEN ....................................... Health Occupation Off-Campus
Exploration and evaluation of career-related topics including in-                                                     Contact Health Occupations for more info.
terpersonal relationships, job satisfaction, and career assessment.              EVGC ..................................................Eagle Vines Golf Course
Coordination of on-the-job training with related classroom instruc-                                                      580 South Kelly Road, American Canyon
tion. Repeatable for credit three times.
                                                                                 CHS........................................................ Calistoga High School
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room                                                                      1608 Lake St, Calistoga
895                                        Wade-Gravett N          ONLINE        JSHS .................................................. Justin Siena High School
        This section of WOEX 190 is taught online. There will be an online                                                                  4026 Maher Street, Napa
        orientation for this class. Please go to www.napavalley.edu and to the
                                                                                 NBOWL ....................................................................Napa Bowl
        online education website for date,time, and location of orientation.                                                              494 Soscol Avenue, Napa
                                                                                 NGC ..............................................................Napa Golf Course
                                                                                                                                            2295 Streblow Drive, Napa
WOEX 191                                                        1 UNIT           NSH............................................................Napa State Hospital
generAl work experIence 1                                                                                                        2100 Napa-Vallejo Highway, Napa
Co-requisite: You must be enrolled in WOEX 190                                   NTHS........................................... New Technology High School
Supervised on-the-job experience to assist students in acquiring                                                                         920 Yount Street, Napa
desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness. The work
assignment need not be related to the student’s occupational or                  UVC. ........................................................ Upper Valley Campus
                                                                                                                                    1088 College Avenue, St. Helena
educational goals.                                                                                                 near intersection of Pope St. and Silverado Trail
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room        VHS ........................................................... Vintage High School
898                                        Wade-Gravett N          ONLINE                                                                   1375 Trower Avenue, Napa

        1 unit=5 hrs work/week 2 units=10 hrs/week 3 units=15 hrs/
        week.



WOEX 193                                                        1 UNIT
vocAtIonAl work experIence 1
Co-requisite: You must be enrolled in WOEX 190
Supervised on-the-job experience in an occupation related to the stu-
dent’s major. Coordinates on-the-job training with related classroom
instruction. Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in at least 7 units
of course work (including work experience); Concurrent enrollment
in WOEX 190
Syn# Days         Time                     Instructor                Room
901                                        Wade-Gravett N          ONLINE
        Co-requisite: You must be enrolled in WOEX 190. 1 unit=5 hrs work/
        week 2 units=10 hrs/week 3 units=15 hrs/week. 4 units=20 hrs/
        week.




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                                           Online Education
  Online classes begin on August 15, 2011 unless otherwise noted. Students will have access to online courses a few
  days before the class begins from www.napavalley.edu/online-ed. Please refer to SCHEDULE OF CLASSES section
  for additional information.

Napa Valley College offers many classes that can be completed entirely or in part online. A “hybrid” class is one that has some
regular class meetings, with most class work completed online. online education offers students the flexibility of taking a class
without having to come to campus and without having to attend class on a fixed schedule. Before registering for an online class,
consider the following to be sure you are ready:
• You must have reliable access to a computer with Internet access (MAC or PC).
• Be knowledgeable about how to use email, an Internet browser, and a word processing program.
• Have the time management and organizational skills required to complete the course.
• Be comfortable working on your own without face-to-face contact with a teacher or other students.
you can register for all online classes using the college registration process and WebAdvisor. once registered, be sure to make
note of when the class begins. many online classes start with the regular semester while others begin later into the semester.
These “late-start” classes can start as much as six weeks after the regular semester. you will not receive any other communi-
cation or instruction from the college after you have registered. it is your responsibility to be prepared and to start the course
when it begins. Consult the Online Education web page at www.napavalley.edu/online-ed to confirm the orientation require-
ments for your course. This web page has important information about how to access “Blackboard,” the online course software.


Your Blackboard ID is the first two letters of your first name and the first two letters of your last name, followed by the last 4 digits
of your Student iD number. For example, if your name is James Smith and your student id is 2345678, your Blackboard iD would
be JASM5678. For all students, the default password is STUDENT. If you have trouble logging in submit a help request at www.
napavalley.edu/online.ed.


                          Final Examination Schedule
  MWF/MW/DAILY Classes                                                TTh Classes
  Class Time              Day of Exam               Exam Time         Class Time                   Day of Exam                   Exam Time
  7:30/8:00/8:30 am       Monday, 12/12          8:00-10:00 am        8:00/9:00 am                 Tuesday, 12/13             8:00-10:00 am
  9:00/9:30/10:00 am      Wednesday, 12/14       8:00-10:00 am        9:30/10:00 am                Thursday, 12/15            8:00-10:00 am
  10:30/11:00 am          Monday, 12/12         10:30-12:30 pm        10:30/11:00 am               Tuesday, 12/13            10:30-12:30 pm
  12:00/12:30 pm          Wednesday, 12/14      10:30-12:30 pm        1:00/1:30 pm                 Tuesday, 12/13              1:00-3:00 pm
  1:00/1:30/2:00 pm       Monday, 12/12           1:00-3:00 pm        3:00/4:00 pm                 Thursday, 12/15             1:00-3:00 pm
  3:30/4:00 pm            Wednesday, 12/14        1:00-3:00 pm
                                                                      For classes which meet Tuesdays only:
  For classes which meet Mondays only:
                                                                      Class Time                   Day of Exam                   Exam Time
  Class Time              Day of Exam              Exam Time          1:30/2:00 pm                 Tuesday, 12/13               1:00-3:00 pm
  1:00/1:30/2:00 pm       Monday, 12/12           1:00-3:00 pm
                                                                      For classes which meet Thursdays only:
  For classes which meet Wednesdays only:
                                                                      Class Time                   Day of Exam                   Exam Time
  Class Time              Day of Exam              Exam Time          1:30/2:00 pm                 Thursday, 12/15              1:00-3:00 pm
  1:00/1:30/2:00 pm       Wednesday, 12/14        1:00-3:00 pm

  For classes which meet Fridays only:                                  Exam Conflicts meet Wednesday, 12/14, 3:30-5:30 p.m.

  Class Time              Day of Exam               Exam Time                                                .M.
                                                                        FOR CLASSES MEETING 4:30 P OR LATER PLEASE NOTE:
  8:00/8:30/9:00 am       Friday, 12/16          8:00-10:00 am          On-campus classes which meet at 4:30 p.m., or later, or on week-
  12:00/1:00/1:30 pm      Friday, 12/16         10:30-12:30 pm          ends, and all off-campus classes, will meet for classes as regularly
                                                                        scheduled through the last day of final exams (12/18). Classes
                                                                        which have more than one class meeting date during the designated
                                                                        final examination period may hold the final on the second-to-last or
                                                                        last class meeting date. If the final is given prior to the last meet-
                                                                        ing, the class still must be held on the last scheduled meeting date.

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