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					Summer
2011
Class
Schedule
Day, Evening &
Online Classes
Begin June 20, 2011
SparkPoint San Mateo Center
        You Can Achieve Financial Stability, Personal and Professional Success



                       Free for Students & the Community




Financial Coaching                        Education & Career                         Benefits & Resources
& Services                                Planning Services
• Increase your money know-how            • Get academic support for certificates    • Determine your eligibility for
• Get one-on-one coaching with              and degrees                                support programs and services
  certified financial coaches             • Develop education and career plans       • Receive assistance for food, books
• Establish checking and                  • Take advantage of job search and           and transportation if you qualify
  savings accounts                          placement services                       • Get help in submitting
• Receive free tax preparation advice     • Participate in career interest classes     benefits applications
  from IRS-certified tax preparers          and workshops                            • Apply for financial aid
• Improve your credit score with credit   • Complete a workplace                       and scholarships
  and debt management services              skills asssessment                       • Connect with community resources
                                          • Improve your resume and
                                            job interview skills
                                          • Receive support for English
                                            language learners




           For more info about the SparkPoint San Mateo Center at Skyline College, please visit
       www.skylinecollege.edu/workforce or contact Adolfo Leiva • (650) 738-7035 • leivaa@smccd.edu
                                                                                 Table of Contents
                                                General Information                                        English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
                                                Board of Governors Fee Waiver                              English for Speakers of
                                                  (BOGFW) Information . . . . . . 16                          Other Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
  3300 College Dr., San Bruno, CA 94066         Calendar – Summer Session . . . . . . 2                    Ethnic and Cultural Diversity . . . . 35
                                                Campus Information . . . . . . . . . . . 77                Family and Consumer
  Skyline College is part of the San Mateo      Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54                Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
  County Community College District, which      Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4         Filipino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
  also operates Cañada College in Redwood                                                                  Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
                                                Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
  City and College of San Mateo. The                                                                       Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
  District and its Colleges are governed by a   Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
                                                Map of Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC                Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
  six-member Board of Trustees, five elected
                                                Other Educational                                          Health Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
  at large for four-year terms by County
  voters and one elected by students in the       Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76             History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
  District for a one-year term.                 Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65     Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
                                                Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9       Learning Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
      Regina Stanback Stroud, Ed.D.             Registration Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . 3              Literature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
         President, Skyline College             Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68      Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
                                                Summer Classes by Session. . . . . . 60                    Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
     Board of Trustees, San Mateo County
                                                                                                           Nonnative Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
         Community College District
                                                                                                           Philosophy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
         Richard Holober, President             Summer Class Listings                                      Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
    Dave Mandelkern, Vice President-Clerk       Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18             – Adaptive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
     Helen Hausman/Patricia Miljanich           Administration of Justice. . . . . . . . 18                   – Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
              Karen Schwarz                     American Sign Language . . . . . . . 19                       – Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
                                                Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19               – Individual Sports . . . . . . . . . . 46
        Ron Galatolo, District Chancellor                                                                     – P.E. Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
                                                Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
                                                Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21            – Team Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
                     Accreditation                                                                         Physics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
                                                Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . 21
  Skyline College is accredited by the                                                                     Political Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
  Accrediting Commission for Community          Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
                                                Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24      Psychology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
  and Junior Colleges of the Western Assoc-
                                                Career & Personal Development –                            Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
  iation of Schools and Colleges, 10 Com-
  mercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA            Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26           Respiratory Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . 50
  94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional       Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26         Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
  accrediting body recognized by the Com-       Computer Applications &                                    Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
  mission on Recognition of Postsecondary         Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . 26               Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
  Accreditation and the U.S.                    Cosmetology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28           Summer Classes by Session. . . . . . 60
                                                Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54             Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . 51
                        Credits                 Early Childhood Education . . . . . 30                     Telecommunications & Network
     Cover Design: Helen Hueg Design            Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31            Information Technology . . . . . . 51
          Cover/Inside Cover Photos:            Emergency Medical Care . . . . . . . 31                    Wellness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
         Sean Arbabi, Adolfo Leiva,
   Christianne Marra, Joseph I. Napoliello
                                                                                           Accuracy Statement
                 Production:                       Skyline College and the San Mateo County Community College District have made every reasonable effort
     Christianne Marra, Maria Norris               to determine that everything stated in this schedule is accurate. Courses and programs offered, together
                                                   with other information contained herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of
        Theresa Tentes, Ika Simpson                Skyline College for reasons related to student enrollment or level of financial support, or for any other
                                                   reason, at the discretion of the College. The College and the District further reserve the right to add, amend
                                                   or repeal any of their rules, regulations, policies and procedures, in conformance with applicable laws.

                                                   This publication is available upon request in an alternate format by calling Skyline’s Disabled Students
                                                   Program and Services at (650) 738 - 4393.




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Summer Session Calendar


    June 20 – July 28                            IMPORTANT DATES TO KNOW:
          Six-Week Session                         Date to DROP with Eligibility for Refund

    June 20 – August 4                             Date to Withdraw from Courses

                                                   • See your WebSMART Class Schedule
          Seven-Week Session                         Summary, and
                                                   • Check with your instructor
    June 20 – August 11
          Eight-Week Session

    June 27
          Final Payment Due
                                                                Final Grades
          for Summer Registration
                                                    will be available on WebSMART at
    July 4                                           SkylineCollege.edu as follows:
                                                        Spring 2011 – June 9, 2011
          Holiday – Independence Day                  Summer 2011 – August 15, 2011
          (Observed)
                                                                     n   nn
    July 7
                                                        Important: Refund Policy
          Last Day to Apply for a Degree                       Please see Page 13
          or Certificate for Summer Award              for detailed information regarding
                                                                  Refund Policy
    Final Examinations
          Generally given at the last
          class meeting.
          See class syllabus/instructor
          for specific date.




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Summer Session Registration Calendar

                               REGISTRATION DATES/TIMES
             YOU MUST HAVE AN ASSIGNED APPOINTMENT TO REGISTER
                      Registration Online at: https://websmart.smccd.edu


             CONTINUING STUDENTS
             PRIORITY REGISTRATION                                     ALL STUDENTS
         Students who have attended any semester             All NEW AND FORMER (have not attended any
         since Summer 2010 are considered CONTIN-            of the last 3 terms) STUDENTS must submit an
         UING STUDENTS. Do not submit a new Appli-           Application for Admission for the Summer
         cation for Admission. Update your personal          Session. After being admitted/readmitted, new
         information when you log in to WebSMART.            and former students may register:
                 WebSMART – Log in to register                     WebSMART – Log in to register
                      April 27 – May 11, 2011                          May 13 – June 19, 2011
                on or after your appointment date                 on or after your appointment date
                    Monday through Sunday                             Monday through Sunday




                     ADMISSIONS, CASHIERS and COUNSELING
                            REGULAR OFFICE HOURS
                 May 30                        June 20 – June 23                       July 4
            CLOSED – HOLIDAY                  LATE REGISTRATION                   CLOSED – HOLIDAY
               May 31 – June 2                  Monday – Thursday                    August 8 – 12
             Tuesday – Thursday                 8:00 am – 7:00 pm                 Monday & Thursday
              8:00 am – 4:30 pm                                                    8:00 am – 4:30 pm
                                                June 27 – August 4
              June 6 – June 16                                                   Tuesday & Wednesday
            Monday & Thursday                  Monday & Thursday                   8:00 am – 7:00 pm
             8:00 am – 4:30 pm                  8:00 am – 4:30 pm
                                                                                         Friday
           Tuesday & Wednesday                Tuesday & Wednesday                 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
             8:00 am – 7:00 pm                  8:00 am – 7:00 pm




                                LATE REGISTRATION HOURS
                     June 20 – 23           To add a class:
                                            • Obtain an Authorization Code from the instructor
             Monday – Thursday              • Register on WebSMART by entering Course Reference
               8:00 am – 7:00 pm              Number (1st screen – Submit) and Authorization Code
                                              (2nd screen – Validate), then “Submit Changes” (3rd Step)




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             Five Steps to Successful Enrollment (New and Former Students)
                 You must complete the five enrollment steps before you register for classes if
                 you selected one of the following educational goals on your application:
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                                               • Obtain an Associate Degree or Certificate
                                               • Transfer to a university to complete a Bachelor’s degree
                                               • Improve your English, reading or math skills
                                               • Discover career interests or prepare for a new career
                                               • Undecided about your major

                                 1                                Step 1      APPLY FOR ADMISSION/FINANCIAL AID
                                                                  Admissions & Records, Building 2, (650) 738-4251 or 4252
                            Apply                                 • Complete the Application for Admission online at www.skylinecollege.edu –
                                                                    Apply.
                                                                  • Once your application has been received, you will receive an email
                                                                    confirmation and Enrollment Ticket, which you will have stamped as you
                                                                    complete the remaining steps.
                                                                  • All New students are required to complete Steps 2-5. Former students may
                                 2                                  not have to complete steps 2 and 3.
                       Take                                       Financial Aid, Building 2, (650) 738-4236
                  Placement Tests                                 • Apply for all types of financial aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

                                                                  Step 2      TAKE PLACEMENT TESTS
                                                                  Assessment Center, Building 2, (650) 738-4164
                                                                  Placement tests assess your current skill in reading, English/ESL and
                                 3                                mathematics. The results of the tests are used to determine appropriate
                                                                  English and math courses that you may take. Refer to page 6 for
                       Attend                                     information on scheduling your assessment.
                     Orientation
                                                                  Step 3      COMPLETE ORIENTATION
                                                                  Counseling Counter, Building 2, (650) 738-4318
                                                                  Orientation will provide you with information about registration procedures,
                                 4                                college policies, student services, academic expectations, and information
                                                                  on how to accomplish your educational goals. Refer to page 5 for further
                                                                  information on orientation. (Online orientation is available on a limited basis.)
                    See Counselor
                                                                  Step 4      MEET WITH A COUNSELOR
                                                                  Counseling Counter, Building 2, (650) 738-4318
                                                                  During Orientation a counselor will discuss your placement results and
                                                                  help you select appropriate courses for the coming semester based on your
                                 5                                educational and career goals.


                         Register                                 Step 5      REGISTER FOR CLASSES/PAY FEES
                                                                  • Submit your completed Enrollment Ticket to Admissions & Records to receive
                                                                    your registration date.
                                                                  • Access your WebSMART student account for the following services:
                                                                     – register for classes and pay fees
                                                                     – access your student email – my.SMCCD.edu
                                                                     – purchase parking permit




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New Student Orientation / Placement Tests
                        ORIENTATION                                8. Select day/time that is best for you and then click
                                                                      “Find Appointments”
         The New Student Orientation provides you with a
                                                                   9. Select the appointment
     comprehensive overview of information, resources, and




                                                                                                                                       ENROLLMENT
                                                                 10. Confirm your appointment by entering your phone
     tools needed to be successful at Skyline College and is
                                                                      number and email address, then click “Continue”
     required for new students.
                                                                  11. You will see your scheduled Placement Test
     To register for a New Student Orientation, log onto              information.
     WebSMART and click on “Schedule Appointments,” or           If you have any questions or would like to check if there
     contact the Counseling Center, Bldg. 2, (650) 738-4318.     are any “drop-in” times available, stop by the Assess-
     • The orientation program is one day unless noted oth-      ment Center or call (650) 738 - 4164.
       erwise. Students are advised to bring a lunch.
                                                                 Retest Policy
     • The orientation provides you with an opportunity to
       complete both Steps 3 and 4 of enrollment (Orienta-        1. Math Placement results are valid for two years
       tion and Meeting with a Counselor). This saves you            from the date the test was taken.
       time and will allow you to receive a registration date     2. If a student does not accept the recommended
       shortly after completion of your orientation work-            placement, he/she may retake the same placement
       shop!                                                         test one additional time within a two-year period.
                                                                     In order to retake the same test, the student must
     NOTE: Contact Counseling at (650) 738-4318 for dates/
                                                                     wait a minimum of 14 calendar days from the ini-
     times of ESOL New Student Orientations.
                                                                     tial test date.
                                                                  3. A student who has completed a course in the
               ONLINE ORIENTATION OPTION                             English, ESOL or math sequence may take the
         This option is available to those who cannot attend         placement test to determine his/her current com-
     a scheduled session. Contact Counseling for more infor-         petency level in English, ESOL and math courses,
     mation, (650) 738 - 4318.                                       provided that two years have elapsed since the
         The online orientation option is not recommended            course was completed.
     for students:                                                4. For any other special circumstance, or with an
         • who are recent high school graduates,                     instructor or counselor recommendation, a student
         • new college students, or                                  may petition to retest through the Dean of
         • who have limited English proficiency                      Counseling.
                                                                 Exemption
        HOW TO SCHEDULE A PLACEMENT TEST                         If one of the following applies to you, you may be
         Computerized placement tests for English, English for   exempt from placement testing:
     Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and math are avail-       1. You have taken the Math Placement Test at Skyline
     able in the Assessment Center, Building 2, Room 2232.           College, CSM or Cañada College within the last two
         See the website for hours of operation, as they are         years.
     subject to change during the semester. You must allow        2. You have taken a placement test at another
     enough time to complete the appropriate assessment(s):          California Community College and a Skyline coun-
     • English or ESOL and Math test together: 2.5 hrs               selor has reviewed your results for equivalency.
                                                                  3. You are a former student or transfer student and
     • English or ESOL only: allow for 2 hrs
                                                                     have completed course work in mathematics
     • Math only: allow for 1.5 hrs                                  and/or English with a grade of “C” or better from
                                                                     another accredited college in the United States.
     To schedule an assessment:                                      (Provide unofficial transcripts or other evidence of
      1. Go to https://WebSMART.smccd.edu and use your               grades to your counselor.)
         G# and PIN# to access                                    4. Submit test scores from a College Board Advanced
      2. Click on “Schedule Appointments”                            Placement Test (AP) in English Language or in
      3. Click on “Placement Test Appointment”                       English Literature with a score of 3, 4 or 5.
      4. Click on “Make appointments”                             5. Submit College Board Advanced Placement Test
      5. Select “Make appointment”                                   (AP) in mathematics with a score of 3, 4 or 5.
      6. Select the appropriate placement test you want
         to take.
      7. Click “Continue”




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                 Retrieving Placement Test Results                                   ENROLLMENT WAIVERS/EXEMPTIONS: If you wish
                 You will be provided with a copy of your placement              to request a waiver or exemption of any matriculation
                 results once you complete the assessment. If you have           requirement, petitions are available at the Student
ENROLLMENT




                 misplaced your results or need a copy go to http://             Services Information Center. The Dean of Counseling,
                 websmart.smccd.edu.                                             Advising and Matriculation reviews petitions and appli-
                                                                                 cants are notified by phone of the status of the petition.
                                                                                     Students with disabilities who need assistance with
                     NEW STUDENTS EXEMPT FROM THE                                any part of the matriculation process should contact
                           ENROLLMENT STEPS                                      the Disabled Students Program and Services at (650)
                 Students who are:                                               738 - 4280.
                  1. Primarily a student at another educational institu-             Si necesita ayuda en Español. Para facilitarle el
                     tion taking courses to meet the requirements of             proceso de matriculación, presentese en la oficina de
                     that institution, or                                        admission en el edificio #2, y pregunte por alguien que
                  2. Taking courses for personal interest, to upgrade/           hable español. Sera nuestro placer servirle.
                     enhance job skills, to maintain a certificate or                If you are required to complete matriculation, follow
                     license, or to complete credits for high school; or         these steps as soon as possible. The services are in high
                  3. Who have completed an Associate Degree or higher.           demand during peak registration periods. Earlier regis-
                                                                                 tration allows for a greater selection of courses and
                          1               Apply for Admission                    scheduling preferences.

                       Apply              All students are required to com-
                                          plete the Application for Admission.
                                          Fill out the Application online at               Complete Enrollment Today!
                                          www.skylinecollege.edu.
                                                                                    Students are advised to complete the enrollment
                                          After your application has been           steps as soon as possible. Enrollment services are in
                                          processed, you will receive an            high demand. Earlier registration allows for a better
                                          email confirmation and information        selection of courses and scheduling preferences.
                                          about registering for classes using
                                          WebSMART, our online registration
                                          system.                                     Any student who needs assistance with the
                                                                                   enrollment process because of a verified physical,
                          2                                                        hearing, visual or learning disability should call the
                                          Register for Classes
                      Register            Access WebSMART from Skyline’s             Disabled Students Program and Services office
                                          homepage to register for classes.                         at (650) 738-4280.


                          3               Sign In and Use Your
                                          Campus Email
                      Sign In
                                          All college electronic commun-
                                          ications will be sent to your
                                          my.smccd.edu email.
                                          Log into WebSMART to find your
                                          email address and password.




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College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program

                                                           Steps to
                                                           Concurrent Enrollment




                                                                                                                               ENROLLMENT
                                                           Registration for
                                                           High School Students
                                                           College Connection, the High School Concurrent
                                                           Enrollment Program, provides current 9th–12th
                                                           graders the opportunity to get an “early start” on
                                                           their college experience and earn college credit.
                                                           Enrollment fees are free to high school-aged
                                                           California residents who are enrolled in less than
                                                           11.5 units.

                                                           Students should complete the following
                                                           steps at least one month before classes begin:

                                                                   1           Step 1
                                                                               Apply online at
                                                                Apply
                                                                               www.SkylineCollege.edu/highschool

                                                                               Step 2
                                                                   2           Take placement tests at Skyline
                                                                               College if you plan to register for
                                                                 Take          English or math courses or courses
                                                            Placement Tests
                                                                               with English or math prerequisites.
                                                                               See www.SkylineCollege.edu/testing
                                                                               or call (650) 738 - 4150.
                                                                   3
     What is it?: e Concurrent Enrollment program                 See          Step 3
     provides 9th–12th graders the opportunity to get an       Counselor       See your high school counselor to
                                                                               select your college courses.
     “early start” on their college experience.
     Fact: You can earn both high school and college               4           Step 4
                                                                               Complete and obtain the required
     credit, and even an Associate Degree or certificate,        Obtain         signatures on the Concurrent
     while completing high school.                            Signatures       Enrollment Request Form available
                                                                               on www.SkylineCollege.edu/
     Fact: Skyline College, part of the San Mateo                              highschool or in your high school
                                                                   5           counselor’s office.
     County Community College District, ranks highly
     among the state’s community colleges in university        Submit
                                                            Approval Forms     Step 5
     transfer and program completion rates.                                    Submit completed approval forms
                                                                               to the Admissions & Records Office
     Fact: Skyline offers Guaranteed Transfer Programs              6           at Skyline College, Building 2, by
     to UC, CSU and private colleges and universities.                         mail, fax to (650) 738 - 4200, email, or
                                                               Register        in person.
                                                              For Classes
     Fact: You can save $20,000 or more when you
     attend a community college during your first two                           Step 6
                                                                               Register for classes at
     years. Skyline’s enrollment fees are currently $26                        https://websmart.smccd.edu
     per unit (FREE for high school students enrolling
     in less than 11 units).
                                                           Questions? Call the Skyline College
                                                           Admissions Office at (650) 738-4251, Option 5,
                                                           or visit www.SkylineCollege.edu/highschool.



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             Major Codes
                             SUMMER 2011 APPLICATION MAJOR CODE SHEET
                         MAJOR CODES          Check the majors listed below and fill in the appropriate code number
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                                                    on the online Application for Admission.
                                Specific courses for some majors are limited or not available at Skyline College.

                 0502   ACCOUNTING                                   4930   ENGLISH AS A SECOND            0616   MULTIMEDIA/WEB DESIGN
                                                                            LANGUAGE (GENERAL STUDIES)
                 2105   ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                          1004   MUSIC
                                                                     2136   ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
                 0950   AERONAUTICS/AVIATION TECH.                                                         0115   NATURAL RESOURCES
                                                                     2231   ETHNIC STUDIES                        MANAGEMENT
                 2140   ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG STUDIES
                                                                     1305   FAMILY RELATIONS & CHILD       4902   BIOLOGICAL & PHYSICAL
                 1260   ALLIED HEALTH
                                                                            DEVELOPMENT                           SCIENCES
                 2202   ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                     1303   FASHION DESIGN/MERCHANDISING   1203   NURSING
                 1112   ARABIC
                                                                     2133   FIRE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY        1238   PRACTICAL & VOCATIONAL
                 0202   ARCHITECTURE                                                                              NURSING
                                                                     1101   FOREIGN LANGUAGES
                 1002   ART                                                                                1306   FOODS & NUTRITION
                                                                     1102   FRENCH
                 1911   ASTRONOMY                                                                          1919   OCEANOGRAPHY
                                                                     2206   GEOGRAPHY
                 0948   AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                              0952   CONSTRUCTION CRAFTS TECH
                                                                     1914   GEOLOGY
                 0504   BANKING/FINANCE                                                                    1402   PARALEGAL/LEGAL ASSISTANT
                                                                     1030   GRAPHIC ARTS
                 0408   BIOLOGY                                                                            1221   PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
                                                                     2205   HISTORY
                 0430   BIOTECHNOLOGY                                                                      1509   PHILOSOPHY
                                                                     1301   HOME ECONOMICS
                 0603   BROADCASTING ARTS                                                                  1011   PHOTOGRAPHY
                                                                     0108   HORTICULTURE: ENVIRONMENTAL
                 0973   BUILDING INSPECTION                                                                0835   PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                                                                     1308   HORTICULTURE: FLORISTRY
                 0501   BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                                                            1901   PHYSICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL
                                                                     2107   HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
                 0500   BUSINESS & MANAGENMENT                                                             1902   PHYSICS, GENERAL
                                                                     4903   HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES
                 0504   BUSINESS, BANKING & FINANCE                                                        0970   PLUMBING
                                                                     2104   HUMAN SERVICES
                 0506   BUSINESS MANAGEMENT &                                                              2207   POLITICAL SCIENCE &
                                                                     0799   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                        ADMINISTRATION                                                                            GOVERNMENT
                                                                            SPECIALIST
                 0514   BUSINESS INFORMATION                                                               2001   PSYCHOLOGY, GENERAL
                                                                     4901   INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
                        SPECIALIST
                                                                                                           1225   RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY
                                                                     1302   HOME DECORATION & EQUIPMENT
                 1219   CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                           0511   REAL ESTATE/ESCROW
                                                                     4933   INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
                 1905   CHEMISTRY
                                                                                                           2107   RECREATION EDUCATION
                                                                     0549   INTERNATIONAL TRADE
                 1010   CINEMATOGRAPHY
                                                                                                           0928   REFRIGERATOR SYSTEMS
                                                                     1104   ITALIAN
                 0701   COMPUTER SCIENCES, GENERAL
                                                                                                           1210   RESPIRATORY THERAPY
                                                                     0602   JOURNALISM
                 0704   COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
                                                                                                           0514   BUSINESS INFORMATION
                                                                     1401   LAW (GENERAL)
                 3007   COSMETOLOGY                                                                               PROCESSING
                                                                     0400   LIFE SCIENCES – BIOLOGICAL
                 1316   CULINARY SERVICES                                                                  6030   SELF-ENRICHMENT
                                                                     0401   LIFE SCIENCES – GENERAL
                 1008   DANCE                                                                              2201   SOCIAL SCIENCES, GENERAL
                                                                     0499   LIFE SCIENCES
                 0703   DATA PROCESSING                                                                    2208   SOCIOLOGY
                                                                     0956   MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
                 1230   DENTAL ASSISTING                                                                   1506   SPEECH, DEBATE & FORENSICS
                                                                     0509   MARKETING & PURCHASING
                 0953   DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY                                                                1217   SURGICAL TECHNICIAN/
                                                                     1701   MATHEMATICS                           O.R. NURSING
                 1007   DRAMATIC ARTS
                                                                     1244   MEDICAL ASSISTANT              0935   ELECTROMECHANICAL
                 0801   EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
                                                                     1226   MEDICAL CODING & BILLING              TECHNOLOGY
                 2204   ECONOMICS
                                                                     0518   MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION          3009   RECREATION & TOURISM
                 0934   ELECTRONICS/ELECTRICAL TECH.
                                                                     1913   METEOROLOGY                    0972   WELDING TECHNOLOGY
                 1250   EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH.
                                                                                                           6000   UNDECIDED/OTHER
                 0901   ENGINEERING
                 1501   ENGLISH




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Registration Information
                     DEFINITIONS OF STUDENT                                         OPEN ENROLLMENT
                         CLASSIFICATIONS                                 Every course offered at Skyline College (unless specif-
                                                                    ically exempted by legal statute) is open for enrollment by
                       CONTINUING STUDENTS                          any person who has been admitted to the college and
         If you were enrolled at Skyline College, College of        who meets the prerequisites of the course or program,
     San Mateo or Cañada College any semester since                 provided space is available. Enrollment in any course or
     Summer 2010, you are considered a CONTINUING                   program, will be subject to all applicable deadlines.
     STUDENT. As a Continuing Student, you are entitled to
     participate in Priority Registration.
         You may take advantage of your registration priority
                                                                       REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT NOTICE
     as a Continuing Student between April 27–May 11, 2011,             Notification of your registration date will be sent to
     on or after your assigned appointment date to register,        you via email to your my.smccd.edu account. The
     for the best selection of classes. Continuing students         Registration Appointment notice contains your appoint-
     who do not register during the priority registration           ment date and information regarding your PIN (Personal
     period will be able to register during open registration,      Identification Number). You will be required to enter
     but without priority. You are encouraged to meet with          your PIN when you register using WebSMART. The reg-
     a counselor for assistance in selecting appropriate            istration appointment date will entitle you to register for
     courses and the development of an educational plan to          Summer and Fall 2011 classes. It is important to retain
     meet your individual goals.                                    your PIN; it is required for future WebSMART transac-
         Note: CalWORKS, DSPS, EOPS and veteran students            tions such as accessing final grades.
     receive the earliest priority registration date assignments.
                                                                                  BEFORE REGISTERING
                         NEW STUDENTS
                                                                    • Check for prerequisites, corequisites, and recom-




                                                                                                                                           R E G I S T R AT I O N
        You are a new student if you have never registered at
     Skyline College, College of San Mateo or Cañada College.         mended preparation for the courses in which you
                                                                      intend to enroll.
     • If you were a High School Concurrent Enrollment
       student and graduated, you are considered a “new”            • Meet with a counselor/advisor for assistance in
       college student. You must reapply for admission.               selecting your courses, if needed.
                                                                    • Obtain permission from your counselor or the
                       FORMER STUDENTS                                Admissions Office if you plan to enroll in more than
         If you were in attendance at Skyline College, College        11 units.
     of San Mateo or Cañada College prior to Summer 2010
                                                                    • Clear any fee balances or holds on your record.
     and have not been in attendance since, you are consid-
     ered a former student and must reapply for admission.          • Go to the Financial Aid Office for information on how
     If you previously applied for admission online, update           you can apply online for assistance with paying your
     your prior application online and resubmit.                      enrollment fees.

                       TRANSFER STUDENTS                                            HOW TO REGISTER
         If you attended a college or university other than
                                                                       Check your regis tration appointment date on
     Skyline College, College of San Mateo or Cañada
                                                                    WebSMART at https://websmart.smccd.edu beginning
     College, you are a transfer student at Skyline College
                                                                    April 21, 2011.
     and must apply for admission. You may be eligible for
     exemptions from some of the matriculation require-                    Register Online on the web at WebSMART:
     ments listed on page 5. Present your unofficial tran-                         https://websmart.smccd.edu
     script(s) to a counselor for review.                           Login with your User ID: District “G” number (example:
                                                                    G09876543) or social security number and Pin Number:
                     HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS                           six-digit birthdate (MMDDYY).
         High School students may be eligible to enroll in
     college through the Concurrent Enrollment Program.                                REGISTRATION
     This program allows you to get an “early start” on your
                                                                        Log on to WebSMART to register on the day of your
     college experience while still enrolled in high school.
                                                                    appointment or any day THEREAFTER, BUT NOT BEFORE.
     California residents do not pay enrollment fees for courses.
                                                                        When registering by WebSMART you will be able to
     For application and registration information, contact your
                                                                    enroll in classes at Skyline College, College of San
     high school counselor and/or access the form at
                                                                    Mateo and/or Cañada College. You may pay your fees
     SkylineCollege.edu. Enrollment is subject to the avail-
                                                                    by credit card, check, money order, cash, and/or apply
     ability of courses. Please see page 7 for more information.
                                                                    for a Fee Waiver.



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                                           REGISTRATION Continued                           entering the CRN (Course Reference Number) and
                                                                                            Authorization Code. Note: Refund deadlines for short
                              Credit card and check payments can be made on
                                                                                            courses differ from term-length courses. For details, check
                              WebSMART. If you decide not to attend the classes
                                                                                            your WebSMART Class Schedule Summary, see the
                              in which you enrolled, it is your responsibility to
                                                                                            “Refund Policy” on page 13, or contact the Cashier’s
                              officially withdraw within deadlines to avoid penalty
                                                                                            Office, the Student Services Information Center, or
                              grades and fee obligations.
                                                                                            Admissions and Records.
                                  WAITLISTS are available for many classes. Please
                              read the information on WebSMART to determine your
                              eligibility for waitlisting.                                          SPECIAL APPLICATION PROGRAMS
                                                                                               The following programs require special applications
                                                    VARIABLE UNITS                          and/or have unique admissions procedures. For infor-
                                                                                            mation on these programs call:
                                  Some courses are offered for variable units which                                                                         Area Code (650)
                              are earned according to the amount of subject matter          Automotive Technology ................................. 738 - 4126
                              the student completes during the length of the course.        CalWORKs ....................................................738 - 4480
                              When registering on WebSMART for a variable unit              Cosmetology ......................................... 738 - 4168/4165
                              course, students may select the number of units they
                                                                                            Concurrent Enrollment ................................. 738 - 4254
                              plan to complete (click on the Unit field). There will be
                                                                                             (Students currently attending high school)
                              no refunds for units not earned. Students earning addi-
                                                                                            EOPS – Extended Opportunity
                              tional units will be charged accordingly.
                                                                                             Programs and Services ......................738 - 4139/4385
                                                                                            International Students ................................... 738 - 4452
                                      PASS/NO PASS GRADE OPTION
                                                                                            Respiratory Therapy...................................... 738 - 4457
                                  Some courses allow students to choose whether
R E G I S T R AT I O N




                                                                                            SparkPoint Programs..............................................738 -7035
                              they wish to receive a letter grade or a Pass/No Pass
                                                                                            Surgical Technology ..................................... 738 - 4470
                              (P/NP) for the course. The choice must be made by the
                              student via WebSMART registration within the first 30%        TRIO .........................................................................738 - 4144
                              time period of the course. A grade of “P” equals a satis-
                              factory grade. An “NP” equals an unsatisfactory grade.
                              Please be aware of degree, certificate and transfer
                              requirements when selecting this option.
                                                                                                         Print a final copy of all
                                                                                                         WebSMART transactions
                                   LATE REGISTRATION – ALL STUDENTS                                      (Registration, Drops, Payments) for
                                  If you were unable to register before the first day of                 your records.
                              class, you may register during the Late Registration
                              period beginning June 20, 2011. See page 3 for a                           Print your Summary Class
                              detailed schedule of late registration dates/hours. If the
                              class has started, obtain permission from the professor                    Schedule after completing your
                              to enroll in any course. If allowed to enroll, you will be                 registration. Important deadline
                              issued a 4 -digit AUTHORIZATION CODE that will be
                              required to register along with the CRN (Course                            dates appear on this schedule.
                              Reference Number) by the “Last Day to Add.” All Late
                              Registration, including adds and drops, should be
                              processed using WebSMART. Refund deadlines do not                 IMPORTANT: CLASS ATTENDANCE
                              change as a result of late registration.
                                                                                                If you do not attend the first class meeting, the
                                      SHORT COURSE REGISTRATION                                 professor MAY replace you with students wait-
                                   You may register for any short course prior to the           ing to add the class. Although the professor has
                              first day of the class, or until the class fills, whichever       the option to withdraw you from the class, YOU
                              occurs first. Short course registration can be completed          are primarily responsible for officially with-
                              using WebSMART (available throughout the semester). If            drawing within deadlines to avoid penalty
                              you wait to register until the first day of the course, you       grades and fee obligations.
                              must obtain the instructor’s authorization at the first
                              class meeting. Promptly register using WebSMART




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                     ABOUT PREREQUISITES                           What if I completed the prerequisite at another
                                                                   college outside the San Mateo County Community
                       ATTENTION STUDENTS
                                                                   College District?
         The San Mateo County Community College District
                                                                        In order to receive credit for prerequisite courses
     uses a computerized prerequisite checking system. The
                                                                   taken at other colleges outside the San Mateo County
     system currently enforces prerequisites for Math 110,
                                                                   Community College District, you must file a Prerequisite
     111, 112, 115, 120, 122, 123, 130, 150, 200, 201, 222, 241,
                                                                   Equivalency/Reciprocity of Course Placement form with
     242, 251, 252, 253, 270 and 275; English 100, 105, 110,
                                                                   a counselor or online. The form can be found at the
     165, 836, and 846; English for Speakers of Other
                                                                   Student Services Information Center in Building 2 or on
     Languages (ESOL) 400; and Reading 836. If you have
                                                                   Skyline’s website. Submit the form with a copy of
     not met the prerequisites for the above courses, you will
                                                                   your unofficial transcript or grade report from the other
     be blocked from enrolling in that course. If you believe
                                                                   college to a counselor for review. If your Prerequisite
     you have met the prerequisite or wish to challenge the
                                                                   Equivalency/Reciprocity of Course Placement is
     course prerequisite, go to www.SkylineCollege.edu and
                                                                   approved by a counselor, the enrollment “flag” will be
     click on the Registration link for more information and
                                                                   lifted, thereby allowing you to enroll in the course.
     required forms. You may also contact Counseling
     Services or the appropriate Division office for further       How can I challenge a prerequisite?
     information.                                                  You can challenge the prerequisite on one or more of
         Students are reminded that all prerequisites for          four grounds, listed below:
     courses other than those listed above will continue to        • If you believe you have the knowledge or ability
     be enforced at the first class meeting.                         to succeed in the course without completing the pre-
         Students should meet with a counselor if they have          requisite.
     questions about whether they have met the stated pre-         • If you believe that the prerequisite has been




                                                                                                                                           R E G I S T R AT I O N
     requisite or if they have questions about the challenge         established in violation of Title 5 regulations or the
     process in general.                                             SMCCCD District Model Policy.
     What are Prerequisites, Corequisites and                      • If you believe that the prerequisite is discriminatory
     Recommendations?                                                or is being applied in a discriminatory manner.
         Prerequisite: A course or body of knowledge that
                                                                   • If you believe that the prerequisite course has not
     must be successfully completed (grade of C or Credit or
                                                                     been made reasonably available.
     better) before a student can enroll in a specific course.
         Corequisite: A course that must be taken concur-          How do I file a prerequisite challenge?
     rently (at the same time) with another course.                If you wish to file a prerequisite challenge, you’ll follow
         Recommendation: A course that faculty recommend           these steps:
     be completed in advance to enhance or improve a
                                                                   • The Prerequisite Challenge Form is available at the
     student’s ability to succeed in a specific course.
                                                                     Student Services Information Center in Building 2 or
     Why Prerequisites and Corerquisites?                            from a counselor. A counselor can help you deter-
         Title 5 (state regulations that govern community            mine whether you would benefit from the challenge
     colleges) requires that, if a course has a prerequisite, it     process.
     must be necessary for the student to succeed in the           • Next you should contact a counselor or the appropri-
     target course. Furthermore, the college must ensure             ate division dean to obtain specific information about
     that the prerequisite is equitably and fairly enforced and      filing and documenting your challenge request.
     that it has been approved in a separate action by the
                                                                   • If you elect to challenge, submit the completed chal-
     curriculum committee at each college.
                                                                     lenge with documentation to the appropriate Division
     What if you are currently enrolled in the                       office for review.
     prerequisite course(s)?                                       • You will be notified in 5 business days if your chal-
         If you are currently enrolled in the prerequisite           lenge is subsequently approved, and you will be
     course(s), the computer will not prevent your enrollment        allowed to enroll in the course. If your challenge is
     in the desired course. However, should you receive a            not approved, you will be administratively withdrawn
     final grade other than “A,” “B,” “C” or “P” in the prereq-      from the course.
     uisite course(s), you will be notified in writing by
     Admissions and Records that you have been administra-
     tively dropped from the course. You are advised to meet
     with a counselor for further assistance with enrollment.




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                         Fees
                              FEE TYPE AND AMOUNT                                        REQUIRED OF

                              Enrollment (Fees are subject to change.)                   All Students, except high school students enrolling for less than 11.5
                                $26 per unit                                             units through the Concurrent Enrollment and College Consortium
                                                                                         Programs. These fees are waived for recipients of the Board of Governor’s
                                                                                         Fee Waiver. See page 18 for more information and the application for a
                                                                                         fee waiver. (See disclaimer regarding fees on page 13.)

                              Health Services*                                           All Students, except those enrolled ONLY in off-campus or weekend class-
                                $14 Summer / $17 Fall / $17 Spring                       es, Distance Learning courses, or the Concurrent Enrollment Program.
                                                                                         (See disclaimer regarding fees on page 13.)

                              Student Representation                                     All Students, except those enrolled in the Concurrent Enrollment
                                $1                                                       Program. See Explanation of Fees on page 13.

                              Nonresident Tuition                                        Nonresidents of California who are residents of other states
                                $203 per unit + $9 per unit capital outlay
                                fee (plus $26 per unit Enrollment Fee)

                              Foreign Student Tuition                                    International Students
                                $203 per unit + $9 per unit capital outlay
                                fee (plus $26 per unit Enrollment Fee)

                              International Student (F-1 Visa) Health Insurance          All F-1 Visa International Students who do not present proof that they
R E G I S T R AT I O N




                                $159 Summer / $397.50 Fall or Spring                     have the required level of private health insurance.
                                $953 Full Year

                              Student Body (Optional Fee)                                All students who wish to obtain a Photo ID Card from the Student
                                $8 Fall                                                  Activities Office. This fee is automatically assessed as part of your total
                                $8 Spring                                                fees (exception for enrollment ONLY in the following types of classes:
                                                                                         off campus, weekend, distance learning, or the Concurrent Enrollment
                                                                                         Program). All fees must be paid in full to receive a Photo ID card.
                                                                                         Fall and Spring semesters only.

                              Student Union                                              All Students, except those enrolled in the Concurrent Enrollment Program.
                                $1 per unit / $5 max per semester                        Fall and Spring semesters only.

                              Parking                                                    All persons who park motor vehicles on campus. Daily permits may be
                                $20 Summer / $40 Fall / $40 Spring                       purchased from ticket dispensers. See Parking & Transportation on page
                                $70 Two Term Permit (Fall & Spring)                      77. Permits are not required on weekends. Replacement permits are
                                $2 per day                                               available at full price. Permits are nonrefundable.

                              Audit                                                      Students approved to audit a course that is on the list of designated
                                $15 per unit                                             courses. (Students enrolling in a variable unit course must register and
                                                                                         pay for maximum units.) See Auditing Policy on page 76.

                              Returned Check                                             Students whose personal checks are returned by the bank. (Only cash,
                                $20                                                      credit card, Cashier’s Check or money order will be honored to clear a
                                                                                         returned check). The Bookstore fee for a returned check may differ.

                              Official Transcript                                        Students may request a transcript of their academic record from Cañada
                              (All SMCCCD records will appear on one transcript)         College, College of San Mateo and/or Skyline College on WebSMART
                                $5                                                       (https://websmart.smccd.edu). The first two transcripts requested are free
                              Rush Transcript Request                                    of charge. If a rush request is made, an additional $10 Rush Transcript
                                $10 additional                                           Request Fee is charged for each transcript. Allow 24 hours for rush tran-
                                                                                         script processing.

                         ***Students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination,
                            or organization may be exempted from paying the health services fee. Contact the Health Center for details.

                         *


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                     SUMMER FEES POLICY                             3. Refunds are not issued automatically. You must con-
                                                                       tact the Cashier’s Office to request a refund.
        Fees are subject to change at any time by action of         4. Credit balances remain on student accounts for a
        the State Legislature, Board of Governors of the               maximum of five (5) years.
        California Community Colleges, or the District
                                                                    5. Fees paid by personal check(s) require 10 days for
        Board of Trustees.
                                                                       bank clearance before refunds can be processed.
     1. Fees are due and payable at the time of registration.       6. A $10 non-refundable processing fee (plus an addi-
                                                                       tional $50.00 processing fee for nonresident tuition)
     2. Student records, including transcripts, are automati-
                                                                       will be retained by the College if a refund is issued
        cally held until all debts to the District’s colleges
                                                                       to a student withdrawing from all classes. A refund
        have been cleared.
                                                                       processing fee may be charged only once per
     3. Review your account on WebSMART (https://web                   semester or summer session.
        smart.smccd.edu) regularly for past due balances.           7. Students who receive financial aid and withdraw
                                                                       from classes are advised to contact the Financial Aid
             Outstanding student account balances are                  Office at (650) 738 - 4236 regarding possible repay-
             subject to referral to a collection agency.               ment of federal funds if received prior to withdrawal.
                                                                    8. Fees will be credited or refunded if an action of the
         For assistance paying fees, contact the Financial
                                                                       College (e.g. class cancellation) prevents a student
     Aid Office, Building 2, Student Services Center, (650)
                                                                       from attending.
     738 - 4236, or access WebSMART to apply.
                                                                                 Contact the Cashier’s office
                      VARIABLE UNIT CLASSES                           regarding fee or refund questions: (650) 738-4101
         No Enrollment Fee or Nonresident/International                      Building 2, Student Services Center




                                                                                                                                            R E G I S T R AT I O N
     Student Tuition refund or credit will be available to stu-
     dents enrolled in variable unit courses who earn fewer         PAY FEES BY:
     units of credit than the number for which they original-       • WebSMART: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Diners Club,
     ly registered. Students earning additional units will be         or American Express
     charged accordingly.                                           • Mail: Check or Money Order
                                                                    • In Person at Cashier’s Office (Student Services
        SUMMER CREDIT AND REFUND POLICY                               Center, Bldg. 2, 2nd Floor): Cash, Check, Money
                                                                      Order or Credit Card
        To be eligible for a credit or refund, a student
        must officially withdraw from a course within the           • Drop Box: Insert check or money order payment at
        stated deadline as displayed on the WebSMART                  main entrance to Building 2
        Class Schedule Summary. If registration occurs after
        the refund date for a class, no refund will be available.                EXPLANATION OF FEES
                                                                        Student Representation Fee: Established by student
        THE REFUND DEADLINE FOR SUMMER COURSES                      vote to support student advocacy to local, state and fed-
                    VARIES BY CLASS.                                eral offices. This fee may be waived for religious, politi-
                                                                    cal, moral or financial reasons by completing a form
         IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REFUND FOR                   available at the Student Activities Office.
                    SUMMER COURSES:
                                                                        Health Service Fee: Provides basic campus health
      • Withdrawal must occur within the first 10% of the
                                                                    services and medical coverage for injuries incurred
        course (often this is the first day). Check your
                                                                    while the student is on campus or attending an off-cam-
        WebSMART (https://websmart.smccd.edu) Class
                                                                    pus, College-sponsored event.
        Schedule Summary for specific refund dates, or
        contact the Cashier’s Office.                                   Additional Fees: Students are required to purchase
                                                                    textbooks, tools, technical and miscellaneous supplies
     1. If you decide not to attend classes, whether or not
                                                                    for certain programs. In some courses, students will also
        your fees have been paid, it is your responsibility to
                                                                    be required to pay an instructional materials charge.
        officially withdraw within published deadlines to
        avoid penalty grades and fee obligations. A with-
        drawal initiated by a professor may not result in a
                                                                      Fees are subject to change at any time by action of the
        refund.
                                                                      State Legislature, Board of Governors of the California
     2. A student may either maintain a credit balance on             Community Colleges, or the District Board of Trustees.
        account or request a refund.


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                Seven Steps to Financial Aid
                                    1
                                                                  Step 1
                          File Forms                              File a FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov for 2011-12. Skyline’s
                                                                  college code is 007713. Filing date for Cal Grants for
                                                                  2011-12 is March 2. For 11-12, FILE EARLY
                                                                  (anytime after January 2011)!
                                    1
                                    2
                                                                  Step 2
                           Access
                                                                  Access your Student Aid Report (SAR) ONLINE at
                         Aid Report                               www.fafsa.gov (two to three days after you’ve submitted
                                                                  your FAFSA).

                                    1
                                    3                             Step 3
                                                                  Skyline College receives your FAFSA data from processor.
                        College
                     Receives Data                                Step 4
                                                                  Skyline College will send an email or letter requesting
                                                                  additional documents, if needed.
                                    4
                                    1                             Step 5
                         Skyline                                  Students submit all required documents to Skyline
                       Contacts You                               Financial Aid Office. File is complete!
                                                                  You may qualify for a fee waiver before you register.

                                                                  Step 6
                                    5
                                    1                             Skyline College will notify you of your financial aid
                      Paperwork Is                                award or your eligibility status via email to your
                       Complete                                   my.smccd.edu account OR check WebSMART to learn
                                                                  the status of your financial aid.

                                                                  Step 7
                                    6
                                    1                             $ Financial Aid funds are paid $.

                     Notification Of
                         Result                                   The entire process may take up to 1 month,
                                                                  so apply early!
FINANCIAL AID




                                                                  Financial Aid Office Contact
                                    7
                                    1                             (650) 738-4236 or skyfaoffice@smccd.edu
                      Aid Funds Are                               and www.icanaffordcollege.com
                          Paid!
                                                                  FAFSA APPLICATIONS FOR 2011-2012
                                                                  ARE AVAILABLE JANUARY 1, 2011.
                                                                  RENEW OR APPLY NOW!



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What Kinds of Financial Aid Can I Receive?
        Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid            CALIFORNIA CHAFEE GRANT (CHAFEE)
     (FAFSA) to automatically be considered for all of the fol-
                                                                        The California Chafee Grant Program awards funds
     lowing programs!
                                                                    to eligible current or former foster youth for career and
                                                                    technical training or college courses. Eligible Chafee
          BOARD OF GOVERNOR’S FEE WAIVER                            applicants are required to be, or to have been, in foster
                     (BOGFW)                                        care between their 16th and 18th birthdays, and must
         The State of California offers a BOGFW for students        not have reached the age of 22 by July 1 of the award
     who are residents of the State of California, attend a         year. Annual award: up to $5,000.
     Community College, and who are eligible for need-
     based financial aid. The BOGFW pays the enrollment fee         ACADEMIC COMPETITIVENESS GRANT (ACG)
     for the student for the academic year when eligibility             The Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) requires
     has been determined. Other fees, such as parking (at a         high school students to complete a rigorous secondary
     reduced rate of $20 per semester for BOGFW students),          school curriculum which would lead to college
     health and student activities, must be paid by the stu-        admission. Eligible ACG applicants are required to
     dent.                                                          be eligible to receive a Pell Grant at the time the ACG
                                                                    is awarded, first or second academic year students
                     FEDERAL PELL GRANT                             enrolled in a two- or four-year degree program, and
                                                                    enrolled at least half-time. Students must also submit a
        You are automatically considered for a Federal Pell
                                                                    high school curriculum validation form to the Financial
     Grant when you file the FAFSA. If you receive an
                                                                    Aid Office. First year ACG award: up to $750. Second
     Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of 5350 or less on
                                                                    year ACG award: up to $1,300.
     the Student Aid Report (SAR), you are eligible for a
     Federal Pell award. Awards for students are prorated
                                                                       EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS
     based on enrollment status:
                                                                             AND SERVICES (EOPS)
         Full-time                       12 or more units
                                                                         EOPS is a State-funded program that provides sup-
         Half-time                       6 - 8.5 units
                                                                    port services to economically and educationally disad-
         Three-quarter time              9 -11.5 units
                                                                    vantaged students who are California residents. Services
         Less than half                  .5-5.5 units               include counseling, a book service, vocational grants,
         Awards range from:              $609 to $5,350             and fee waivers for transferring students. Students must
                                                                    complete a BOGFW application to apply. Students must
     CAL GRANT A, B and C DEADLINE TO APPLY                         be enrolled full-time at the time of application. Final eligi-
                                                                    bility for EOPS is determined and coordinated through
                IS SEPTEMBER 2
                                                                    the EOPS Office.
         Cal Grants are for California residents only. They are
     awarded by the California Student Aid Commission for                      STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
     attendance in schools in California only.                               FEDERAL WORK STUDY (FWS)
     Maximum awards are:                                                Students who apply for financial aid and complete
         Cal Grant B                     $1,551                     the Student Information Sheet and the FAFSA by May 1
         Cal Grant C                     $576                       are given priority.
                                                                       Maximum Annual Award:                  $6,000
       FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL                                Priority application date:             May 1, 2011
           OPPORTUNITY GRANT (FSEOG)
                                                                                                                                             FINANCIAL AID
                                                                                              LOANS
         FSEOG is a grant awarded to students with excep-
                                                                       Loans are financial aid funds that the student bor-
     tional need (EFC of 0 through 1,000).
                                                                    rows now and repays after s/he completes a program of
         Awards range from:              $100 to $800
                                                                    study or stops going to school. Loan amounts vary from
         Priority application date:      May 1, 2011                $500-$4,000.



                                                        •   Scholarship awards range from $100 – $20,000
           A P P LY F O R A                             •   Scholarships are available from many resources
                                                        •   Applications are available at http://www.skylinecollege.edu
          SCHOLARSHIP                                   •   Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information




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                Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW) Information
                     An Education Lasts a Lifetime...
                         Don’t turn away from education or job training because you think you can’t afford the
                         enrollment fee. The Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW) may pay all enrollment
                         fees for credit courses for eligible applicants who want to attend California Community
                         Colleges.
                         The BOGFW is just one of the financial aid opportunities available. You should also
                         apply for a Pell Grant, Federal Work Study, and other grants and/or loans to meet edu-
                         cational costs such as books, transportation, and living expenses by completing a
                         FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov.

                     BOGFW is Simple and Fast! Apply Today!
                         ‚ BOGFW applicants should complete the application on WebSMART
                            (https://websmart.smccd.edu) and submit any required documents to the Financial
                            Aid Office.
                         ‚ BOGFW does not require repayment.
                         ‚ BOGFW is not tied to federal financial aid programs; it can be processed quickly
                            and you will know your eligibility for funding immediately.
                         ‚ BOGFW pays enrollment fees for any number of credit units in the fall, spring and
                            summer sessions. Only one application a year is required.
                         ‚ If Summer 2011 is your first term and you have NOT completed a FAFSA, please
                            complete the 2011-12 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov.


                     You Will Be Eligible if you are a California resident and...
                         ANY ONE of the following statements applies to your current status:
                         ‚ You have already qualified for financial aid, such as a Pell Grant or a Cal Grant,
                            by filing the FAFSA.
                         ‚ You or your family are receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families),
                            SSI (Federal Supplemental Security Income), or General Assistance/General Relief.
                         ‚ You meet the following income standards:
                                     Number in household                     Total Family Income Last Year – 2009
                                      ( including yourself )          ( Adjusted Gross Income and/or untaxed income)
                                                     1                                   $16,245
FINANCIAL AID




                                                     2                                    21,855
                                                     3                                    27,465
                                                     4                                    33,075
                                                     5                                    38,685
                                                     6                                    44,295
                                                     7                                    49,905
                                                     8                                    55,515
                              Each additional family member                                5,610




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Class Offerings
                                                                                                                         Course Prerequisites/
     How to Read Class Listings                                                                                          Recommendations




                                                                                                                                                               SUMMER CLASSES
                                                                                                                         and Description
     Department,                     ACTG 100 ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
     Course Number                   Prereq: MATH 811 or equivalent. Recommended: BUS. 115
                                     or equivalent; either CAOT 104 or CAOT 225 or equivalent;                           UC and CSU/CSU GE
     and Title                       and eligibility for ENGL 836. Introduction to financial account-                    transferability
     Course                          ing procedures for proprietorships in service and merchandising
                                     operations. Plus 2 lab hrs/wk by arrangement. May be repeated                       Short course dates apply to
     Reference                       for credit up to a maximum of 3 units. Transfer: CSU.                               the single section immediately
     Number (CRN)                    W E E K DA Y                                                                        above the date line; all other
                                                                                                                         courses are semester length.
     Section                         38018 ACTG 100 AS TTh        8:10 10:50   8-8217 Whitten, L.      1.5-3.0
                                        Dates for the AS section: 01/16 -03/13
     Note: An “X” in the Section
     designator, such as AX or       EVENING                                                                             Days Class Meets
     JX, indicates a class that is   30006 ACTG 100   JV W         6:30 9:30    8-8217 Steinberg, M.1.5-3.0
     cross-listed. Cross-listed      ONLINE                                                                              Time Class Meets
     classes are those which are
                                     30007 ACTG 100   OL By Arr 3.5 Hrs/Wk               Zhang, H.     1.5-3.0
     offered under more than
     one department, or which
                                                         Sat      8:30 11:50    8-8217                                   Location
     involve instruction at more     ACTG 100 OL will be held online and on campus. Classes                              Building Number before
     than one skill level during     will meet on campus on Saturdays 1/20, 1/27, 2/24, 3/10,                            dash, followed by Room
     the same class period.          3/24, 4/7, 4/28 and 5/19 from 8:30 to 11:50 am in Room 8217.                        Number (Room Number =
                                     Remaining class time will be online. Students must have Internet                    Building, Floor, and Room)
                                     access and an email address. Orientation meeting on Saturday,
     Additional Section              January 20, from 8:30 to 11:50 am in Room 8217 – attendance                         Instructor
     Information, where              required. Instructor email: zhangh@smccd.edu.
     applicable                                                                                                          Number of Units



     Weekly Schedule Worksheet
     Once you have selected your classes and are officially registered, use the form below to chart your weekly schedule.
     Use this to include your work schedule, study times and other outside commitments.

        Time               Monday      Tuesday        Wednesday         Thursday            Friday               Saturday              Sunday

        8–9

        9 –10

        10 –11

        11–12

        12–1

        1– 2

        2–3

        3- 4

        4–5

        5–6

        Evening




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                 ACCOUNTING „ ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

                                                                                               ACTG 194 INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS PRO 2007
                  ACCOUNTING (ACTG)                                                            Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836.
                                                                                               Introduction to the financial accounting features of QuickBooks
                 Train for accounting assistant positions in just one semester.
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                               Pro. NOTE: With the exception of the online section, this course
                 Enroll in ACTG 100, ACTG 103, ACTG 194, CAOT 104, CAOT
                                                                                               has a non-refundable materials charge of $3. Transfer: CSU.
                 225, CAOT 226 and CAOT 301. For more information about this
                 fast-paced training program, call the Accounting Coordinator                  ONLINE

                 at (650) 738-4372.                                                            53333 ACTG 194 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Richardson       1.0
                                                                                                   Dates for ACTG 194 OL: 6/20-7/7
                 ACTG 100 ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES                                                ACTG 194 OL is offered in an online format. Students must
                 Recommended: MATH 811 or equivalent, BUS. 115 or equiva-                      have Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                 lent, either CAOT 104 or CAOT 225 or equivalent, and eligibility              richardsonl@smccd.edu.
                 for ENGL 836. Introduction to financial accounting procedures
                 for proprietorships in service and merchandising operations.                  ACTG 196 INTERMEDIATE QUICKBOOKS PRO 2007
                 Instruction in manual and computerized accounting systems                     Prereq: ACTG 194 or equivalent. Financial accounting features
                 with hands-on computer experience. Plus 2 lab hrs/wk by                       of setting up and maintaining a computerized accounting
                 arrangement. Transfer: CSU.                                                   system using the advanced features; covers complex issues
                                                                                               encountered with QuickBooks Pro. Transfer: CSU.
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                               ONLINE
                 50001 ACTG 100 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15                 8-8211   Steinberg   3.0
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                        53628 ACTG 196 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Richardson       1.0
                 EVENING
                                                                                                   Dates for ACTG 196 OL: 7/11-7/28
                                                                                               ACTG 196 OL is offered in an online format. Students must
                 50002 ACTG 100 J7 MW             6:30-9:55         8-8306   Zhang       3.0
                                                                                               have Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                    Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                                                                               richardsonl@smccd.edu.
                 ACTG 121 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                                                 ACTG 665SB TAXATION & RENTAL REAL ESTATE
                 Recommended: ACTG 100 (3 units) with a grade of C or better,
                                                                                               This course reviews tax Schedule E, Rental Real Estate.
                 or equivalent; MATH 120 with a grade of C or better, or equiva-
                                                                                               Highlights include vacation homes, part rented personal resi-
                 lent; CAOT 225 or equivalent; and eligibility for ENGL 836.
                                                                                               dences, rules on deducting losses, and AMT considerations.
                 Exploration of what financial accounting is, why it is important,
                                                                                               Earn up to 15 CPE units. Transfer: CSU.
                 and how it is used by investors and creditors to make deci-
                 sions. Covers the application of generally accepted accounting                EVENING

                 principles, the classified financial statements, and statement                53918 ACTG 665SB J3 MW        6:30-9:30   8-8222   Miller        1.0
                 analysis. NOTE: Students are encouraged to take ACTG 100                         Dates for ACTG 665SB J3: 6/20-7/11
                 before enrolling in ACTG 121. Plus 1 lab hr/wk by arrangement.
                 Transfer: UC; CSU.                                                            ACTG 665SC THE RETIRED TAX PAYER
                                                                                               This course covers the most commonly encountered types
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                               of distributions during retirement, including social security,
                 50003 ACTG 121 A7 MTWTh 8:10-10:20                 8-8306   Ho          4.0   pensions, IRA’s, and annuities, and their possible tax conse-
                    Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
                                                                                               quences. Earn up to 18 CPE units. Transfer: CSU.
                 EVENING
                                                                                               EVENING
                 50004 ACTG 121 J8 TTh            6:00-9:50         8-8211   Bruening    4.0
                    Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11                                        53920 ACTG 665SC K3 MW        6:30-9:30   8-8222   Miller        1.0
                                                                                                  Dates for ACTG 665SC K3: 7/13-8/1
                 ACTG 131 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
                 Prereq: ACTG 121 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.
                 Recommended: Either BUS. 120 or MATH 241 or equivalent;
                 and CAOT 225 or equivalent. Examination of accounting tech-
                                                                                                ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
                 niques for managers. Includes forecasting, budgeting, cost                     (ADMJ)
                 accounting, break-even analysis, responsibility accounting, and
                 other practices which facilitate decision making in an ethical                ADMJ 100 INTRO TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
                 business environment. Plus 1 lab hr/wk by arrangement.                        Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. History and philoso-
                 Transfer: UC; CSU.                                                            phy of justice in America; theories of crime, punishment and
                 W E E K D AY                                                                  rehabilitation. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                 52794 ACTG 131 A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:40                8-8306   Ho          4.0   W E E K D AY
                    Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                         53227 ADMJ 100 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15        1-1304   Aurilio       3.0
                 EVENING                                                                          Dates for ADMJ 100 A6: 6/20-7/28
                 50005 ACTG 131 J8 MW            6:00-10:05         8-8211   Bruening    4.0
                    Dates for the J8 section: 6/20-8/10                                        ADMJ 102 PRINCIPLES & PROCEDURES OF JUSTICE
                                                                                               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. The role and responsi-
                                                                                               bility of each segment within the justice system: enforcement,
                                                                                               courts, and corrections. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                               W E E K D AY
                                                                                               53239 ADMJ 102 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35       1-1304   Aurilio       3.0
                                                                                                  Dates for ADMJ 102 A6: 6/20-7/28




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                                                                                         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE „ ART


                                                            AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL)




                                                                                                                                        SUMMER CLASSES
                                                           ASL 111 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
                                                           A basic course in American Sign Language with focus on
                                                           everyday communication. Plus one lab hr/wk by arrangement.
                                                           Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
                                                           W E E K D AY
                                                           53359 ASL 111     A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15             4-272     Yuen       3.0
                                                              Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                           EVENING
                                                           50025 ASL 111     J7 MW          6:30-9:55 5-5132A          Wong       3.0
                                                              Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3



                                                            ANTHROPOLOGY (ANTH)
                                                           ANTH 110 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                           Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.
                                                           A comparative analysis of human cultures with an emphasis on
                                                           core concepts such as kinship, religion, politics, technology,
                                                           and an appreciation of our societal variability. Transfer: UC;
                                                           CSU (D3).
                                                           W E E K D AY
                                                           53414 ANTH 110 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15               7-7110     Slicton    3.0
                                                              Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                           EVENING
                                                           54503 ANTH 110 J7 TTh             6:00-9:15      7-7110     Staff      3.0
   Criminal justice professionals enjoy some of               Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4

   the highest salary earnings in government               ANTH 125 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
   employment. Skyline’s program, one of the best,         Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.
   offers opportunities to work in various levels of        Biological consideration of the origin, development, and poten-
                                                           tial survival of humans and other primates, including concepts
   government, such as federal, state, county and local.   of evolution. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).
                                                           W E E K D AY
                                                           53697 ANTH 125 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35              7-7110     Slicton    3.0
                                                              Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                           EVENING
                                                           53904 ANTH 125 J7 MW             6:30-9:55       7-7110     Popek      3.0
                                                              Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3



                                                            ART (ART)
     and skills, including report writing
                                                           (See also: FILM.)

                                                           ART 101 HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I
                                                           Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. A survey of Ancient
                                                           and Medieval art from Prehistoric to Early Renaissance.
                                                           Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).
                                                           ONLINE
                                                           53676 ART 101      OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Fischer          3.0
                                                              Dates for ART 101 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                                           ART 101 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                           and email. Instructor email: fischer@smccd.edu.

                                                           ART 102 HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II
                                                           Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. Survey of art from the
                                                           Renaissance to modern times. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).
                                                           W E E K D AY
                                                           54509 ART 102     A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15             1-1111    Takayama   3.0
                                                              Dates for ART 102 A6: 6/20-7/28


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                 ART

                 ART 115 ART, MUSIC AND IDEAS                                                     ART 351 PHOTOGRAPHY I
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.                        Use of photographic equipment, materials, and chemical
                 Examination and analysis of art and music as reflections of cul-                 processes. Lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on experience
SUMMER CLASSES




                 tural ideas and traditions. The student will develop an informed                 in photographic printmaking. Plus studio hours by arrange-
                 appreciation of the visual arts, performance arts, and musical                   ment. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials
                 works. Also listed as MUS. 115. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                          charge of $12. Students supply their own cameras. Transfer:
                 W E E K D AY                                                                     UC; CSU (C1).
                 53079 ART 115     AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35             1-1107    Takayama      3.0   W E E K D AY
                    Dates for ART 115 AX: 6/20-7/28                                               51698 ART 351     A6 MTWTh 10:30-2:40        2-2112   Kerr          3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                 ART 130 ART APPRECIATION                                                         EVENING
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.                        50014 ART 351     K8 TTh         6:00-9:35   2-2112   Kerr          2.0
                 A recognition and evaluation of arts’ ability to communicate                        Dates for the K8 section: 6/21-8/11
                 the influences of history, culture and technology upon the artist
                 and as reflected in their works. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                         ART 354 COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY I
                 EVENING                                                                          Introduction to basic camera techniques and the use of color
                 54510 ART 130     J7 TTh       7:00-10:25           1-1111   Pauker        3.0   films for personal expression. Significant emphasis on students
                    Dates for ART 130 J7: 6/21-8/4                                                learning to make their own color enlargements. NOTE: This
                                                                                                  course has a non-refundable materials charge of $18. Students
                 ART 204 DRAWING I                                                                supply their own cameras. Transfer: CSU (C1).
                 Basic introduction to drawing, using both simple and complex                     EVENING
                 forms derived from nature, life and still sources. Plus studio                   54266 ART 354     JX MW        6:00-10:10    2-2112   Jones         2.0
                 hours. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                                                      Dates for ART 354 JX: 6/20-8/10
                 W E E K D AY
                 51031 ART 204     AX MTWTh 10:30-12:50             1-1320    Artola        2.0   ART 355 COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY II
                    Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28                                           Prereq: ART 354 or demonstration of equivalent skills.
                 EVENING                                                                          Intermediate application of skills and techniques; composition,
                 50008 ART 204     KX TTh         6:00-9:35         1-1320    Ryan          2.0   multiple exposures, filtration. Plus studio hours. May be repeat-
                    Dates for the KX section: 6/21-8/11                                           ed twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable
                                                                                                  materials charge of $18. Students supply their own
                 ART 205 DRAWING II                                                               cameras. Transfer: CSU (C1).
                 Prereq: ART 204 or ART 201. Materials and techniques in com-                     EVENING
                 mon use; traditional and contemporary pen, pencil, and conte                     54267 ART 355     JX MW        6:00-10:10    2-2112   Jones         2.0
                 crayon expression. Plus studio hours. May be repeated twice                         Dates for ART 355 JX: 6/20-8/10
                 for credit. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                  ART 405 SCULPTURE I
                 51046 ART 205     AX MTWTh 10:30-12:50             1-1320    Artola        2.0   An introduction to the sculpture processes. Studio practice
                    Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28                                           using a variety of materials. Plus studio hours by arrangement.
                 EVENING
                                                                                                  NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials charge of
                                                                                                  $10. Transfer UC; CSU (C1).
                 50009 ART 205     KX TTh         6:00-9:35         1-1320    Ryan          2.0
                                                                                                  EVENING
                    Dates for the KX section: 6/21-8/11
                                                                                                  54417 ART 405     LX MW       6:00-10:30     1-1123   Lowenstein    2.0
                 ART 221 PAINTING I                                                                  Dates for ART 405 LX: 6/20-8/3
                 Basic introduction to form and color through painting.
                 Studio practice and projects. Plus studio hours. Transfer: UC;                   ART 406 SCULPTURE II
                 CSU (C1).                                                                        Prereq: ART 405. Advanced study and practice in three-
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                  dimensional form. Plus studio hours by arrangement. May be
                                                                                                  repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-
                 51717 ART 221     AX MTWTh 10:30-12:50             1-1303    Bridenbaugh   2.0   refundable materials charge of $10. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                    Dates for ART 221 AX: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  EVENING
                 ART 222 PAINTING II                                                              54418 ART 406     LX MW       6:00-10:30     1-1123   Lowenstein    2.0
                 Prereq: ART 221. Additional study of form and color through                         Dates for ART 406 LX: 6/20-8/3
                 painting. Plus studio hours. May be repeated twice for credit.
                 Transfer: UC; CSU.                                                               ART 407 SCULPTURE III: DIRECT METAL
                                                                                                  Prereq: ART 405. Creation of sculptural form in metal, using
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                  welding, brazing, and soldering techniques. Plus studio hours
                 51718 ART 222     AX MTWTh 10:30-12:50             1-1303    Bridenbaugh   2.0   by arrangement. May be repeated for credit a maximum of
                    Dates for ART 222 AX: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  three times. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials
                                                                                                  charge of $10. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                                  EVENING
                                                                                                  54419 ART 407     LX MW       6:00-10:30     1-1123   Lowenstein    2.0
                                                                                                     Dates for ART 407 LX: 6/20-8/3




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                                                                                                 ART „ AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

ART 665SP EXPLORATIONS IN CLAY
An overview of ceramic techniques. Students will learn differ-
ent clay techniques for making functional and sculptural ceram-




                                                                                                                                             SUMMER CLASSES
ic pieces. Course will include electric kiln and raku firings.
NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials charge of
$10. Transfer: UC; CSU.
W E E K D AY
54316 ART 665SP A6 TTh        9:00-12:25    1-1103   Schmierer    2.0
      and            T         1:30-4:30    1-1103   Schmierer
   Dates for ART 665SP A6: 6/21-7/28

ART 667SB PLASTER SCULPTURE
Recommended: Successful completion of a beginning art stu-
dio course, or equivalent. Plaster is an inexpensive and highly
versatile material. We will explore some of the many possible
approaches to building a sculpture including the use of arma-
tures, solid blocks, chicken wire and burlap. NOTE: This course
has a non-refundable materials charge of $10. Transfer: UC;
CSU.
EVENING
54517 ART 667SB LX MW         6:00-10:30    1-1123   Lowenstein   3.0
   Dates for ART 667SB LX: 6/20-8/3



 ASTRONOMY (ASTR)
ASTR 100 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
Survey of modern astronomy; study of what mankind knows
about the universe and our place in it, including planets, stars,
galaxies, Quasars, pulsars, black holes, and the beginning and
end of the universe. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer:
UC; CSU (B1).
EVENING
                                                                        Study in a new, well-equipped, modern facility
53950 ASTR 100 J7 TTh           6:30-9:45   7-7104   Reil         3.0
   Dates for ASTR 100 J7: 6/21-8/4
                                                                        Receive extensive hands-on training on
                                                                         a large fleet of late-model vehicles
 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                  Work with caring instructors who are experts
 (AUTO)                                                                  in the field
AUTO 665SG BAR A8 ALTERNATIVE/ENGINE PERFORMANCE                        Skyline offers a prestigious generic automotive
This course is approved by the Bureau of Automotive Repair as
an alternative to meet the ASE A8 certification requirement for
                                                                        technology training program and an Asian program.
obtaining and maintaining a smog check license. BAR regula-
tions require each student to attend 100% of each course to               e Automotive Technology program has industry
qualify to take the final examination. Course content will focus        partnerships with American Honda and KIA Motors.
on engine performance diagnosis. This topic may be repeated
once for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable mate-
rials charge of $75. Transfer: CSU.                                     Practicing service technicians can take classes to update
WEEKEND
                                                                        their knowledge and training.
54566 AUTO 665SG SA Sat/Sun 9:00-5:00 10-0004 Yee                 1.5
   Dates for AUTO 665SG SA: 6/25, 6/26, 7/9 and 7/10                    Earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree or a
                                                                        Certificate upgrading job skills, such as specialized
                                                                        Smog Check Licensing training.

                                                                        Work in a field with an outstanding future!




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                 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

                 AUTO 665SH BAR L1 ALTERNATIVE TRAINING                                             AUTO 709 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ORIENTATION
                 This course is approved by the Bureau of Automotive Repair as                      Teaches entry-level job skills necessary to gain employment in
                 an alternative to meet the ASE L1 certification requirement for                    the automotive service industry. Students will learn tire servic-
SUMMER CLASSES




                 obtaining and maintaining a smog check license. BAR regula-                        es, oil and filter changes, vehicle lubrication, battery testing,
                 tions require each student to attend 100% of each course to                        and pre-delivery inspection procedures. May be repeated once
                 qualify to take the final examination. Course content will focus                   for credit. Transfer: CSU.
                 on diagnosis and drivability. This topic may be repeated once                      W E E K D AY
                 for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials                       53843 AUTO 709 AS TWTh         8:30-1:00  11-107    Johnson       2.5
                 charge of $75. Transfer: CSU.                                                         Dates for AUTO 709 AS: 6/21-7/14 and 7/26-8/2
                 WEEKEND
                 53921 AUTO 665SH SS Sat/Sun 9:00-5:00 10-0004 Yee                           1.5    AUTO 710 FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
                    Dates for AUTO 665SH SS: 7/23, 7/24, 8/6 and 8/7                                An introduction to the automotive technology program and
                                                                                                    profession; recommended for students desiring entrance into
                 AUTO 665SU CAR CARE BASICS FOR WOMEN                                               the Automotive Technology Program. Transfer: CSU.
                 Designed specifically for women to learn basic functions of the                    W E E K D AY
                 automobile with emphasis on regular maintenance. Students                          54587 AUTO 710 AS MTWTh 1:45-5:45           11-107 Staff          4.0
                 will learn how to perform a safety inspection, how to find a                          Dates for the AS section: 6/20-7/14 and 7/25-8/2
                 good repair shop, and will have the opportunity to do minor                        EVENING
                 maintenance on their own cars. NOTE: This course has a non-
                 refundable materials charge of $10. Transfer: CSU.                                 54140 AUTO 710 J6 MTWTh 6:00-10:00 10-0003          Spakowski     4.0
                                                                                                       Dates for the J6 section: 6/20-8/1
                 WEEKEND
                 54325 AUTO 665SU SS Sat/Sun 9:00-1:00              11-107   Johnson         0.5    NOTE: AUTO 781 through AUTO 793 do not require a special
                    Dates for AUTO 665SU SS: 7/9-7/10                                               application – only the Skyline application and standard registra-
                                                                                                    tion procedures. Enrolled students must attend the first class
                 AUTO 665SY 2011 SMOG CHECK UPDATE                                                  meeting on time. Any student who is more than 30 minutes
                 The 2011 Smog Check Update training course includes lecture,                       late may be dropped from the class roster due to limited space.
                 homework, laboratory assignments, and a BAR approved final
                 examination. BAR course syllabus and materials will be distrib-                    AUTO 781 ELECTRICAL III
                 uted to students. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable                           Applied techniques in schematic reading and diagnosis of
                 materials charge of $45. Transfer: CSU.                                            various body electrical circuits, including power doors, mirrors,
                 WEEKEND                                                                            windows, and seats; sunroofs, air bags, and semi-conductor
                 54557 AUTO 665SY SA Sat/Sun 9:00-5:00              8-8203   Escalambre      1.0    logic gates. This course builds on the concepts introduced in
                    Dates for the SA section: 6/4-6/5                                               Electrical I and II. May be repeated once for credit. Transfer:
                 54558 AUTO 665SY SB Sat/Sun 9:00-5:00              8-8203   Escalambre      1.0    CSU.
                    Dates for the SB section: 7/9-7/10                                              EVENING
                 54559 AUTO 665SY SS Sat/Sun 9:00-5:00              8-8203   Escalambre      1.0    53721 AUTO 781 J6 TTh         6:00-10:00 10-0004    Salazar       3.0
                    Dates for the SS section: 7/30-7/31                                                Dates for AUTO 781 J6: 6/21-7/28
                 AUTO 665S1 OXYGEN/ACETYLENE BASICS FOR THE                                         AUTO 786 AUTOMOTIVE AIR CONDITIONING I
                            AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAN                                                    Prereq: Professional experience. Study of the principles of heat
                           Basic oxygen and acetylene operation and torch                           transfer as it relates to cooling and heating of the engine and
                  N ew !   safety as it relates to automotive. Students will learn                  passenger compartments; proper maintenance of system.
                 safety, maintenance, usage, cutting and brazing. Transfer: CSU.                    May be repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.
                 EVENING
                                                                                                    W E E K D AY
                 54568 AUTO 665S1 J3 MW         5:30-8:10           11-107   Broxholm        0.5    54146 AUTO 786 PS MTWTh 8:00-12:00         8-8103   Ming          2.0
                    Dates for AUTO 665S1 J3: 6/20-7/6                                                  Dates for AUTO 786 PS: 6/20-7/11
                 AUTO 665S2 LIGHT DUTY DIESEL SYSTEMS                                               AUTO 793 ENGINE PERFORMANCE
                          Course will cover diesel engine operation and                             Prereq: Automotive apprentice or journeyman or demonstra-
                  N ew !  emission controls systems. Emphasis will be placed                        tion of equivalent skills. A study of the engine sub-systems
                 on passenger cars and light duty trucks with a gross vehicle                       responsible for efficient engine performance. Topics covered
                 weight under 14,000 lbs. Transfer: CSU.                                            include basic engine design, operation, and testing using vari-
                 EVENING                                                                            ous diagnostic test equipment. May be repeated once for cred-
                 54569 AUTO 665S2 J4 TTh        6:30-9:30           8-8203   Staff           1.5    it. Transfer: CSU.
                    Dates for AUTO 665S2 J4: 6/21-7/14                                              EVENING
                                                                                                    54311 AUTO 793 PS MW          6:00-10:00 10-0004    Enriquez      3.0
                 AUTO 708 AUTOMOTIVE PRINCIPLES LAB                                                    Dates for AUTO 793 PS: 6/20-8/1
                 A general elective for those desiring a basic knowledge of the
                 automobile. Students perform minor maintenance procedures
                 for own vehicle. May be repeated for credit on a space avail-
                 able basis a maximum of three times. Transfer: CSU.
                 EVENING
                 50029 AUTO 708 J6 TTh          6:00-9:35           8-8103   Hill         1.0-2.0
                    Dates for AUTO 708 J6: 6/21-7/28




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                                                                                                                                             BIOLOGY

                                                                        W E E K D AY
 BIOLOGY (BIOL)                                                         50042 BIOL 240    A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00          7-7106     Okonek         4.0
                                                                              LAB             MTWTh 8:30-10:00          7-7237     Okonek




                                                                                                                                                         SUMMER CLASSES
                                                                           Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
BIOL 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY                                          51965 BIOL 240    B7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00          7-7106     Okonek         4.0
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Nature and function of                 LAB             MTWTh 12:30-2:00          7-7237     Okonek
living systems using natural selection and physiological sur-              Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4
vival as unifying theme. Recommended for lab science transfer           53352 BIOL 240    C7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00          7-7106     Okonek         4.0
requirement. Lecture must be accompanied by a lab session.                    LAB             MTWTh 2:30-4:00           7-7237     Okonek
Transfer: UC; CSU (B2, B3).                                                Dates for the C7 section: 6/20-8/4
W E E K D AY
50039 BIOL 110    A7 MTWTh 8:30-10:00        7-7106   Digennaro   4.0   BIOL 250 HUMAN ANATOMY
      LAB             MW        10:30-1:55   7-7238                     Recommended: BIOL 130 with a grade of C or better, or equiva-
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                   lent; and eligibility for ENGL 836, or equivalent. Study of the
51495 BIOL 110    B7 MTWTh 8:30-10:00        7-7106   Digennaro   4.0   structure of the major organ systems of the human body; lab
      LAB             TTh       10:30-1:55   7-7238                     consists of dissections, studying histology slides, human gross
   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4                                   anatormy models, and prosected cadavers. Recommended for
                                                                        allied health majors. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2, B3).
BIOL 130 HUMAN BIOLOGY                                                  W E E K D AY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Survey course that               53213 BIOL 250    A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00          7-7304     McDaniel       4.0
covers the structure and function of the systems that form our                LAB             MTWTh 8:30-10:00          7-7210     McDaniel
human body. Course also explains some common diseases                      Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
that affect the systems of the body. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).            EVENING
W E E K D AY
                                                                        53958 BIOL 250    J7 MW          2:30-6:00      7-7104     Smiley         4.0
53082 BIOL 130    A7 TTh        12:45-4:00   7-7106   McCarthy    3.0         LAB             MW        6:30-10:00      7-7210     Smiley
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                      Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
EVENING                                                                 53962 BIOL 250    K7 TTh         2:30-6:00      7-7104     Allen          4.0
50040 BIOL 130    J7 MW          6:30-9:55   7-7106   Davis       3.0         LAB             TTh       6:30-10:00      7-7210     Allen
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3                                      Dates for the K7 section: 6/21-8/4

BIOL 140 ANIMALS, PEOPLE & ENVIRONMENT                                  BIOL 260 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Animal behavior with             Prerequisite: BIOL 250 with a grade of C or better, or equiva-
emphasis on human-animal relationships, animal populations,             lent; and CHEM 410 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent.
and wildlife protection. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).                        Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Study of
EVENING                                                                 how the organ systems function in maintaining homeostasis –
                                                                        regulating change and growth processes in humans.
54516 BIOL 140    A7 MW         12:45-4:10   7-7106   Tonione     3.0
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/3                                   Recommended for students in allied health areas such as
                                                                        nursing, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, radiology, and
ONLINE
                                                                        related fields. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2, B3).
54397 BIOL 140     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Bookstaff      3.0
                                                                        W E E K D AY
   Dates for the OL section: 6/20-8/4
Biology 140 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet         53211 BIOL 260    A7 MTWTh 8:30-10:00           7-7304     Timpe          5.0
access and email. Exams will be taken on campus or via approved               LAB             MTWTh 10:30-1:55          7-7210     Timpe
proctored arrangements. Orientation is required and done                   Dates for BIOL 260 A7: 6/20-8/4
online on or before June 21. Check instructor website at
http://www.smccd.net/accounts/bookstaffs for orientation                BIOL 690 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN BIOLOGY
and course information. Instructor email contact:                       Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. One hour of super-
bookstaffs@smccd.edu.                                                   vised work per week per unit. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                        W E E K D AY
BIOL 150 INTRODUCTION TO MARINE BIOLOGY
                                                                        52992 BIOL 690    A8 By Arr 1-3 Hrs/Wk          7-7214     Case        1.0-3.0
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Natural history of
                                                                           Dates for the A8 section: 6/20-8/11
marine animals and plants and their relationships with the
                                                                        54358 BIOL 690    B8 By Arr 1-3 Hrs/Wk          7-7224     Kapp        1.0-3.0
oceanic environment. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).                               Dates for the B8 section: 6/20-8/11
EVENING
53210 BIOL 150    J7 TTh        6:30-9:45    7-7106   Del Mundo   3.0
   Dates for BIOL 150 J7: 6/21-8/4

BIOL 240 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY
Prereq: Successful completion of a college-level laboratory
science course. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836.
Morphology, taxonomy, ecology, and physiology of micro-
organisms with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Lecture
must be accompanied by a lab session. Plus one hour
per week by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2, B3).




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                 BUSINESS


                                                                           BUSINESS (BUS.)
                                                                          (See also: ACCOUNTING and COMPUTER APPLICATIONS &
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                          OFFICE TECHNOLOGY.)

                                                                          BUS. 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Survey of business
                                                                          functions and terminology; introduces career opportunities.
                                                                          Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                                                                          ONLINE
                                                                          50045 BUS. 100     OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Pate             3.0
                                                                              Dates for the OL section: 7/5-8/4
                                                                          BUS. 100 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                                                          Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                                                          pate@smccd.edu.
                                                                          54148 BUS. 100     OM By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Pate          3.0
                                                                              Dates for the OM section: 7/5-8/4
                                                                          BUS. 100 OM is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                                                          Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                                                          pate@smccd.edu.

                                                                          BUS. 103 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                                                                                   INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                                                          Prereq: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility for
                                                                          ENGL 836. Introduction to computers and information systems,
                                                                          terminology, operating systems and applications, hardware,
                                                                          data communications, HTML, Internet issues, and object-
                      Earn $25,000-$45,000 a year or more working as:     oriented programming in Visual Basic. Plus one lab hr/wk by
                                                                          arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                          ONLINE
                                                                          50081 BUS. 103     OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE Motipara       3.0
                                                                              Dates for BUS. 103 OL: 6/20-7/30
                                                                          BUS. 103 OM is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                                                          Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                                                          motipara@smccd.edu.

                                                                          BUS. 120 MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS
                      Training:                                           Prereq: MATH 120 or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility for
                                                                          ENGL 836. Fundamental math analysis for business; variety of
                                                                          decision-making tools including probability, financial mathe-
                                                                          matics, and applications of calculus. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
                                                                          EVENING

                      Job market:                                         50048 BUS. 120    J7 MW         6:30-9:55   8-8224   Robinson      3.0
                                                                             Dates for BUS. 120 J7: 6/20-8/3

                      Convenient online classes:                          BUS. 123 STATISTICS
                                                                          Prereq: MATH 120 or equivalent. Recommended: BUS. 120 and
                                                                          eligibility for ENGL 836. Introduction to descriptive techniques
                                                                          and methods of inference, probability and probability distribu-
                      Students say:                                       tions. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
                                                                          EVENING
                                                                          50051 BUS. 123    J7 TTh        6:30-9:45   8-8209   Gran          3.0
                                                                             Dates for BUS. 123 J7: 6/21-8/4

                                                                          BUS. 201 BUSINESS LAW
                                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Origin,
                                                                          development and functions of the law and legal environment
                                                                          as it relates to business operations; includes contracts, agency
                                                                          and sales. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                          EVENING
                                                                          50777 BUS. 201    J7 TTh        6:30-9:45   8-8224   Robinson      3.0
                                                                             Dates for BUS. 201 J7: 6/21-8/4




                 24          w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                        S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                                                                        BUSINESS

BUS. 245 INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMS BROKERAGE
Recommended: ENGL 836 or equivalent. Introduction to basic
regulations, procedures and documentation required in cus-                     %* (% *!&% # & !)*! )




                                                                                                                                                     SUMMER CLASSES
toms brokerage. Students will gain insight into U.S. Customs
Brokerage and help prepare for the Customs Broker examina-
tion. Transfer: CSU.
ONLINE
53220 BUS. 245     OL By Arr    24 Hours ONLINE Kilmartin           1.5
    Dates for BUS. 245 OL: 6/20-8/4
BUS. 245 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have
Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
kilmartin@smccd.edu.

BUS 258 CUSTOMS BROKER SERVICES AND REGULATIONS
Learn U.S. import requirements and restrictions, broker work-
flow, types of customs “entries” and how brokers work with

                                                                                      ( ' ( &( %
importers, government agencies and transportation carriers.
Transfer: CSU.


                                                                                    , !*!%     ( ( !%
ONLINE
54223 BUS. 258       OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Guadamuz-Cabral 3.0
    Dates for BUS. 258 OL: 6/20-8/11
BUS. 258 OL is offered in an online format. In lieu of a textbook,
students are required to register and pay a subscription fee of $100
to GISTnet for the online text and study materials. The course must
                                                                                         & !)*! )
be completed during the 8-week term in which it is scheduled.
Students will need Internet access and a valid email address. Online
orientation on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Students
                                                                                      & &' %!% )
must check their college email and WebAccess for instructions from
the instructor. Instructor email: guadamuzcabralf@smccd.edu.                          !% *     (
                                                                          Logistics professionals manage production, material
BUS 262 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL FORWARDING
        AND CARGO TRANSPORTATION                                          and information flows, sourcing and services. International
Learn about international freight forwarding, shipper-carrier             freight forwarders and customs brokers are integral to
relationships, government regulation, and multi-model cargo               the worldwide transportation of cargo and the global
transportation. Transfer: CSU.                                            logistics industry. Beginning salaries of $24,000–$30,000.
ONLINE
                                                                              (*! ! * ) !% Customs Broker
54149 BUS. 262     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Guadamuz-Cabral 3.0
    Dates for BUS. 262 OL: 6/20-8/11
                                                                                               Air Freight Forwarding
BUS. 262 OL is offered in an online format. In lieu of a textbook, stu-                        Ocean Freight Forwarding
dents are required to register and pay a subscription fee of $100 to            %* (% *!&% # & !)*! ) (& ( $ & ()
GISTnet for the online text and study materials. The course must be
completed during the 8-week term in which it is scheduled. Students
                                                                          . Convenient online classes that can be completed quickly
will need Internet access and a valid email address. Online orienta-      . Short courses with an industry-specific curriculum
tion on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Students must check           designed for rapid career advancement
their college email and WebAccess for instructions from the instruc-      . Mentorship Program
tor. Instructor email: guadamuzcabralf@smccd.edu.                         . Internship Program
BUS. 485 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                              . Job Bank
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Students             You’ll learn operational and technical knowledge that employers
develop a basic background in medical terminology as used by              in the international logistics industry seek in trainees and junior
medical transcriptionists, court reporters, law-related occupa-           employees. These skills will enhance your career development.
tions, and allied health occupations. Also listed as HSCI 484.
Transfer: CSU.                                                              ' * -&+( )"!##) Practicing junior customs brokers and
                                                                          freight forwarders can take classes to update their knowledge
EVENING
                                                                          and training.
54588 BUS. 485    J7 MW          6:30-9:55   8-8302   Holland       3.0
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3                                         (% (&$ #& !)*! ) ,' (*) Classes are developed by
HYBRID                                                                    the Skyline College Center for International Trade
54225 BUS. 485     HX By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Holland        3.0      Development (CITD) in cooperation with the Customs
   Dates for the HX section: 6/20-8/11                                    Brokers & Forwarders Association of Northern California
BUS. 485 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must              (CBFANC).
have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on
Thursday, June 23, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in Room 8302 – attendance
required. Instructor email: hollandc@smccd.edu.                            &%* *           ##!)&%          ##&
                                                                          &( $ ##&           )$               +



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                 BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES „ COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

                                                                                                CHEM 210 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
                  BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES                                                  Prereq: Completion of MATH 120 or MATH 123 with a grade of
                                                                                                C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other
                 (Refer to course listings under COMPUTER APPLICATIONS &
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                                measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended:
                 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY.)
                                                                                                Completion of CHEM 192 with a grade of C or better, or equiva-
                                                                                                lent. Chemistry for science majors. Includes study of atoms,
                                                                                                molecules, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, solutions, gases,
                  CAREER AND PERSONAL                                                           thermochemistry, orbital theory, bonding, and laboratory inves-
                                                                                                tigation. Lab session required. Transfer: UC; CSU (B1, B3).
                  DEVELOPMENT – COUNSELING                                                      W E E K D AY
                  (COUN)                                                                        51423 CHEM 210 A7 MTWTh 1:00-2:30            7-7304   Martinovic    5.0
                                                                                                      LAB             MTWTh 8:30-11:55       7-7333   Martinovic
                 COUN 100 COLLEGE SUCCESS                                                          Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
                 This course provides information about college/university                      54543 CHEM 210 B7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00          7-7104   Levi          5.0
                 systems, goal setting, educational planning, study skills, health                    LAB             MTWTh 1:00-4:25        7-7333   Levi
                 maintenance, stress management, learning styles, college                          Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4
                 resources, relationships, and cultural diversity. Transfer: UC;
                                                                                                CHEM 220 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
                 CSU (E1).
                                                                                                Prereq: Satisfactory completion (grade of C or better) of CHEM
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                210 or equivalent. Chemistry for science majors. Includes study
                 53120 COUN 100 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                2-2351   Hermosillo   3.0   of acid-base chemistry, equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics,
                    Dates for COUN 100 A6: 6/20-7/28                                            electrochemistry, descriptive chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and
                                                                                                laboratory investigation. Lab session required. Transfer: UC;
                 COUN 105 UP YOUR SELF-ESTEEM                                                   CSU (B1, B3).
                 Designed to explore the factors that help develop self-esteem
                                                                                                W E E K D AY
                 and ways to improve feelings of self-worth. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                                51645 CHEM 220 A7 MTWTh 8:30-10:00           7-7104   Mcomber       5.0
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                      LAB           MTWTh 10:40-2:00         7-7341   Mcomber
                 53973 COUN 105 AS M                  8:30-4:30     2-2351   Hermosillo   0.5      Dates for CHEM 220 A7: 6/20-8/4
                    Date for COUN 105 AS: 8/1
                                                                                                CHEM 410 CHEMISTRY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES
                 COUN 106 ANXIETY MANAGEMENT                                                    Prereq: Satisfactory completion (grade of C or better) of MATH
                 Designed to assess one’s ability to handle life’s ups and downs.               110, or appropriate placement test scores and other measures
                 Students will evaluate ideas for controlling thoughts and                      as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility for
                 physical symptoms. Transfer: CSU.                                              ENGL 836 or equivalent. Survey of general, organic and bio-
                 W E E K D AY                                                                   chemistry. Emphasis on chemicals and processes relating to
                 54589 COUN 106 AS T                  8:30-4:30     2-2351   Hermosillo   0.5   the human body. Laboratory investigation of related chemical
                    Date for COUN 106 AS: 8/2                                                   reactions. Lab session required. Transfer: CSU (B1, B3).
                                                                                                W E E K D AY
                 COUN 107 COPING WITH DEPRESSION
                                                                                                53106 CHEM 410 A7 MTWTh 12:45-2:15            4-148   Ruis          4.0
                 Focus on the clinical aspects of depression, exploring causes
                                                                                                      LAB             MW        8:30-12:00   7-7338   Ruis
                 and treatment options. Transfer: CSU.                                             Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
                 W E E K D AY                                                                   53107 CHEM 410 B7 MTWTh 12:45-2:15            4-148   Ruis          4.0
                 54590 COUN 107 AS W                  8:30-4:30     2-2351   Hermosillo   0.5         LAB             TTh       8:30-12:00   7-7338   Ruis
                    Date for COUN 107 AS: 8/3                                                      Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4



                  CHEMISTRY (CHEM)                                                               COMPUTER APPLICATIONS &
                                                                                                 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY (CAOT)
                 CHEM 192 INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY
                                                                                                (See also: ACCOUNTING and BUSINESS.)
                 Prereq: Satisfactory completion (grade of C or better) of MATH
                 110, or appropriate placement test scores and other measures                   Prepare for an office position in 8-16 weeks. Enroll in CAOT 101,
                 as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility for                    CAOT 104, CAOT 214, CAOT 215, CAOT 225 and CAOT 400. In
                 ENGL 836 or equivalent. Designed to prepare students for                       these courses you will complete the minimum requirements for
                 CHEM 210. Fundamental concepts of chemistry, emphasizing                       office assistant positions. For more information, including cur-
                 laboratory investigation and applications of mathematical prob-                rent software requirements, call the Business Division Office at
                 lem-solving in chemistry. Lab session required. Transfer: UC;                  (650) 738-4201.
                 CSU.
                                                                                                CAOT 100 BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                Short course for students who want to learn how to type and
                 50057 CHEM 192 A7 MTWTh 11:00-12:30                 4-148   Leet         4.0   develop skill using the computer keyboard. Typing drills only.
                       LAB             MW         1:00-4:25         7-7338   Leet               Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated once for
                    Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                          credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials
                 51310 CHEM 192 B7 MTWTh 11:00-12:30                 4-148   Leet         4.0   charge of $3. Transfer: CSU.
                       LAB             TTh        1:00-4:25         7-7338   Leet
                    Dates for the B7 section: 6/21-8/4



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W E E K D AY
50178 CAOT 100 GX MTWTh 8:10-10:15         8-8119   Cresta       1.5
   Dates for the GX section: 6/20-7/7




                                                                                                                                            SUMMER CLASSES
HYBRID
50179 CAOT 100 HX By Arr          24 Hours HYBRID Gianoli        1.5
   Dates for the HX section: 6/20-7/14
CAOT 100 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must
have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on
Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Room 8119 – ATTEN-
DANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to
Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.

CAOT 101 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING SKILL BUILDING
Prereq: Ability to type without looking at the keyboard.
Students improve keyboarding speed and accuracy on com-
puters. Typing drills only. Plus lab hours by arrangement.
May be repeated for credit up to a maximum of 6 units.
NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials charge of
$3. Transfer: CSU.
W E E K D AY
50180 CAOT 101 GX MTWTh 8:10-10:15         8-8119   Cresta       1.5
   Dates for the GX section: 6/20-7/7
HYBRID
50181 CAOT 101 HX By Arr          24 Hours HYBRID Gianoli        1.5
   Dates for the HX section: 6/20-7/14
CAOT 101 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must
have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on
Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Room 8119 – ATTEN-
DANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to                Be competitive in today’s job market, in
Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.                      one or two semesters.
CAOT 104 INTRO TO COMPUTERS WITH WINDOWS I                             You can enter the workforce as a:
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Introduction to com-
puters with Windows. Exposure to word processing, spread-
sheets, and other business application software. Plus lab
hours by arrangement. May be repeated once for credit.
NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials charge of
$3. Transfer: CSU.
W E E K D AY
53992 CAOT 104 G3 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         8-8121   Roumbanis    1.5
   Dates for CAOT 104 G3: 6/20-7/7

CAOT 200 INTRODUCTION TO MS OFFICE SUITE
Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Students learn the
essentials of Microsoft Office Suite applications: Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Access. This course provides a basic introduc-
tion to MS Office Suite and prepares the student for in-depth
learning for the more advanced elements of Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Access. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May
be repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.
HYBRID
                                                                                                     Skyline College Cooperative
51653 CAOT 200 H6 By Arr          32 Hours HYBRID Gianoli       2.0    Education
   Dates for CAOT 200 H6: 6/20-7/28
CAOT 200 H6 will be held online and on campus. Students
must have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meet-
ing on Monday, June 20, from 8:10 to 9:30 pm in Room 8119 –
ATTENDANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to
Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.




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                 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY „ COSMETOLOGY

                 CAOT 214 WORD PROCESSING I: WORD                                              CAOT 403 HTML & WEB AUTHORING APPLICATIONS I
                 Prereq: Knowledge of computer keyboard. Hands-on approach                     Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, either
                 using a PC to learn concepts and practical applications of                    CAOT 104, CAOT 212, CAOT 214, or equivalent. Students will
SUMMER CLASSES




                 Microsoft Word to create, edit, format, manage and enhance                    learn how to create, edit, upload and link web pages for use on
                 documents. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated                     the Internet using HTML and DreamWeaver. Plus lab hours by
                 once for credit. Transfer: CSU.                                               arrangement. May be repeated for credit a maximum of three
                 ONLINE                                                                        times. Transfer: CSU.
                 52708 CAOT 214 OL By Arr         16 Hours ONLINE Roumbanis        1.0         ONLINE
                    Dates for CAOT 214 OL: 6/20-7/21                                           52294 CAOT 403 OL By Arr        24 Hours ONLINE Motipara          1.5
                 CAOT 214 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access             Dates for CAOT 403 OL: 6/20-7/28
                 and email. Email instructor at roumbanis@smccd.edu before first               CAOT 403 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                 scheduled class.                                                              and email. Email instructor at motipara@smccd.edu before first
                                                                                               scheduled class.
                 CAOT 222 BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS I: POWERPOINT
                 Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Learn Microsoft                          CAOT 410 PHOTOSHOP ESSENTIALS
                 PowerPoint software to create effective business slide presen-                Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Use Photoshop to dig-
                 tations. Course incorporates animation, sound and video clips,                itally convert, edit and design your own scanned photographs
                 clip art and smart art. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be                 and graphics. See how easy it is to organize, clean up old
                 repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.                                      photos and create exciting new images for the web, print and
                 ONLINE                                                                        other current digital media formats. Plus lab hours by arrange-
                 53852 CAOT 222 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Motipara          1.0         ment. May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times.
                    Dates for CAOT 222 OL: 6/20-7/14                                           Transfer: CSU.
                 CAOT 222 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access          O N L I N E – P C / M A C F R I E N D LY !
                 and email. Email instructor at motipara@smccd.edu before first                54164 CAOT 410 OL By Arr         24 Hours ONLINE Cervantes        1.5
                 scheduled class.                                                                 Dates for CAOT 410 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                               CAOT 410 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                 CAOT 225 SPREADSHEETS I: EXCEL                                                and email. Email instructor at cervantes@smccd.edu before first
                 Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Discover the power                       scheduled class.
                 and speed that the MS Office Excel spreadsheet software pro-
                 gram brings to creating worksheets, building formulas and                     CAOT 416 ADOBE INDESIGN ESSENTIALS
                 built-in functions, and presenting data in graphic form with                  Recommended: CAOT 214 or equivalent and CAOT 104 or
                 charts. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated once                   equivalent. Explore the amazing features of Adobe InDesign
                 for credit. NOTE: With the exception of the online section,                   the new industry standard for page layout and design. Create
                 this course has a non-refundable materials charge of $3.                      professional looking newsletters, advertisements, magazine
                 Transfer: CSU.                                                                articles, brochures, flyers and other documents. NOTE: This
                 W E E K D AY                                                                  course has a non-refundable materials charge of $3. Transfer:
                 51849 CAOT 225 G2 MTWTh 10:30-12:30                8-8119   Roumbanis   1.0   CSU.
                    Dates for the G2 section: 6/20-6/30                                        W E E K D AY
                 ONLINE                                                                        54438 CAOT 416 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35        8-8121   Weeks         3.0
                 52710 CAOT 225 OL By Arr         16 Hours ONLINE Roumbanis        1.0            Dates for CAOT 416 A6: 6/20-7/28
                    Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/21
                 CAOT 225 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                 and email. Email instructor at roumbanis@smccd.edu before first
                 scheduled class.
                                                                                                COSMETOLOGY (COSM)
                                                                                               (Admission to Cosmetology 700-740 and 775 courses is by
                 CAOT 230 DATABASE APPLICATIONS I: ACCESS                                      special application only. Wellness courses are also listed under
                 Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent and eligibility for                       WELLNESS.)
                 ENGL 836. A hands-on introduction to Access, a Windows data-
                 base software package for business data handling tasks.                       COSM 740 COSMETOLOGY CONCEPTS/PRACTICE II
                 Includes database design, business data input, storage,                       Prereq: Completion of COSM 700 with grade C or better. Basic
                 retrieval, editing and reporting. Plus lab hours by arrangement.              and advanced manipulative skills in chemical techniques,
                 May be repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.                               styling, coloring, State Board requirements on speed and accu-
                 ONLINE                                                                        racy, and anatomy. May be repeated for credit a maximum of
                 52713 CAOT 230 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Fraser                  1.0   three times.
                     Dates for CAOT 230 OL: 6/20-7/14                                          W E E K D AY
                 CAOT 230 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet                 54430 COSM 740 G4 MTWTh 8:00-4:30          4-201B   Pelayo        3.0
                 access and email. Email instructor at fraserl@smccd.edu before                   Dates for the G4 section: 6/20-7/18
                 first scheduled class.                                                        EVENING
                                                                                               54432 COSM 740 J4 MTWTh 6:00-10:00         4-201B   Morita        2.0
                                                                                                  Dates for the J4 section: 6/20-7/18




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                                                                                                                      COSMETOLOGY

WELL 665SC INTRODUCTION TO FACE
           & DECOLLETE MASSAGE
Introduction to massage movements used specifically for the




                                                                                                                                      SUMMER CLASSES
face and décolleté. The course will examine the therapeutic
value of non-threatening touch, the anatomy of the chest,
upper arms and face, and proper hygiene and sanitation for the
safety of the therapist and recipient. Students will learn tech-
niques to enhance their esthetics massage or spa technician
skills and explore proper posture and body mechanics. May be
repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refund-
able materials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2
clean sheets to class.
S AT U R D AY
54581 WELL 665SC SS Sat       9:00-5:00    4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SC SS: 6/25

WELL 665SD INTRODUCTION TO HAND MASSAGE
Introduction to beginning massage movements used specifical-
ly for the hands. Emphasis on the therapeutic value of
non-threatening touch, anatomy of the hands, proper hygiene
and sanitation, reflex points that can be stimulated to maintain
physical well being, proper body mechanics, exposure to
massage products and contraindications. May be repeated
twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable mate-
rials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2 clean
sheets to class.
S AT U R D AY
54584 WELL 665SD SS Sat       9:00-5:00    4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SD SS: 7/30

WELL 665SE INTRODUCTION TO FOOT MASSAGE
Introduction to beginning massage movements used specifical-
ly for the feet. Emphasis on the therapeutic value of
non-threatening touch, anatomy of the feet, proper hygiene
and sanitation, reflex points that can be stimulated to maintain
physical well being, proper body mechanics, exposure to
massage products and contraindications. May be repeated
twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable mate-     Students who graduate from the
rials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2 clean
sheets to class.                                                   prestigious Skyline Cosmetology
S AT U R D AY                                                      and Esthetician programs become
54585 WELL 665SE SS Sat        9:00-5:00   4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SE SS: 8/6                                     knowledgeable professionals sought
WELL 665SF INTRODUCTION TO NECK AND                                after for their skills and training.
           SHOULDER MASSAGE
Introduction to beginning massage movements used to release
stress and tension from the neck and shoulder area. Emphasis
on the therapeutic value of non-threatening touch, neck and
shoulder anatomy, proper hygiene and sanitation, exploration
of proper body mechanics, exposure to massage products and
contraindications. May be repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This
course has a non-refundable materials charge of $15. Students
are required to bring 2 clean sheets to class.
S AT U R D AY
                                                                          with actual clients while learning from
54583 WELL 665SF SS Sat       9:00-5:00    4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SF SS: 7/23
                                                                   professionals in the field in the Cosmetology
                                                                   program (1-2 years) or the Esthetician program
                                                                   (1 year).




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                 COSMETOLOGY „ EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

                 WELL 665SG INTRODUCTION TO BACK MASSAGE                                       ECE. 210 ECE PRINCIPLES
                 Introduction to beginning massage movements used to release                   Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Overview of the nature
                 stress and tension from the neck and back area. Emphasis on                   and goals of Early Childhood Education. Awareness of histori-
SUMMER CLASSES




                 the therapeutic value of non-threatening touch, the neck and                  cal perspective. Exploration of various program models in ECE
                 back anatomy, proper hygiene and sanitation, exploration of                   and potential future trends. Transfer: CSU.
                 proper body mechanics, exposure to massage products and                       EVENING
                 contraindications. May be repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This               52085 ECE. 210    J7 MW          6:30-9:55   8-8306   Browne         3.0
                 course has a non-refundable materials charge of $15. Students                    Dates for ECE. 210 J7: 6/20-8/3
                 are required to bring 2 clean sheets and a pillowcase to class.
                 S AT U R D AY                                                                 ECE. 211 ECE CURRICULUM
                 54582 WELL 665SG SS Sat       9:00-5:00             4-102   Leary       0.5   Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836, or
                    Date for WELL 665SG SS: 7/9                                                ENGL 846, or ESOL 400, or equivalent. An overview of knowl-
                                                                                               edge and skills related to providing appropriate curriculum
                                                                                               and environments for young children from birth to age eight.
                                                                                               Students will examine the teacher’s role in supporting the
                  DANCE                                                                        development of young children. Transfer: CSU.
                 (Refer to course listings under PHYSICAL EDUCATION –                          EVENING
                 DANCE.)                                                                       52736 ECE. 211    J7 TTh         6:30-9:45      3C    Ford           3.0
                                                                                                  Dates for ECE. 211 J7: 6/21-8/4

                                                                                               ECE. 212 CHILD, FAMILY & COMMUNITY
                  DATA PROCESSING                                                              Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Patterns of family
                                                                                               living, roles, interaction of family members, factors affecting
                 (Refer to course listings under COMPUTER APPLICATIONS &
                                                                                               family life, community resources; a cross-cultural approach.
                 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY.)
                                                                                               Also listed as FCS 212. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                                               EVENING
                                                                                               51842 ECE. 212    J7 TTh         6:30-9:45   8-8226   Genevro        3.0
                  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                                       Dates for ECE. 212 J7: 6/21-8/4
                  (ECE.)                                                                       ECE. 314 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION
                 (See also: FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES and                                              FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
                 PSYCHOLOGY.)                                                                  Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836, or
                                                                                               ENGL 846, or ESOL 400, or equivalent. An overview of health
                 Funding from First 5 San Mateo County to the Early Childhood                  practices and safety regulations as they pertain to licensed
                 Education Program is providing a textbook loan program,                       childcare settings. Major topics include infectious disease pre-
                 administered through individual classes once instruction                      vention, establishing safe environments for young children,
                 begins.                                                                       emergency and disaster preparedness, and community
                 If you work with young children and are enrolled in Early                     resources. Transfer: CSU.
                 Childhood Education classes leading to a California CD                        EVENING
                 Teaching Permit, Skyline College tuition reimbursement is                     54570 ECE. 314    J7 MW          6:30-9:55      3C    Whitney        3.0
                 available to eligible students from the Child Care Training                      Dates for ECE. 314 J7: 6/20-8/3
                 Consortium. Contact ECE Program Services Coordinator
                 Cecelia Rebele at rebelec@smccd.edu or (650) 738-4304 or                      ECE. 333 OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT
                 Kate Williams Browne, ECE Program Coordinator, at                             Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836, or
                 brownek@smccd.edu or (650) 738-7092 for more information                      ENGL 846, or ESOL 400, or equivalent. A thorough background
                 or to apply.                                                                  of the purposes and methods of child observation and assess-
                                                                                               ment and their application in early childhood education
                 ECE. 201 CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                    settings. Required core course for the ECE certificate and
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Introduction to                        Associate degree. Transfer: CSU.
                 child development that includes physical, psychosocial, and                   EVENING
                 cognitive/language development milestones for children, both
                                                                                               54571 ECE. 333    J7 MW         6:30-9:55    8-8117   Wiggins-Dowler 3.0
                 typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence.                       Dates for ECE. 333 J7: 6/20-8/3
                 Also listed as PSYC 201. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3, E1).
                 W E E K D AY
                 52303 ECE. 201    AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35             8-8306   Francisco   3.0
                    Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28
                 EVENING
                 52042 ECE. 201    JX MW          6:00-9:25         1-1304   McCoy       3.0
                    Dates for the JX section: 6/20-8/3
                 53433 ECE. 201    KX TTh         6:30-9:45         8-8306   Francisco   3.0
                    Dates for the KX section: 6/21-8/4




                 30         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                               S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                                                     ECONOMICS „ ENGLISH

                                                                        EMC. 415 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I –
 ECONOMICS (ECON)                                                                REFRESHER
                                                                        Prereq: Must possess EMT I certificate valid in the State of




                                                                                                                                                        SUMMER CLASSES
ECON 100 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS                                   California which is current, or which has not been expired for
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and MATH 110. The                 over four years. A three or four day course that provides
economic system and its problems; determination of the level            EMT’s with the opportunity to renew their EMT I certificate.
of output; prices, monetary theory, government policies and             The three-day course provides 24 hours of Continuing
economic growth. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).                                Education Units. The four-day course provides the necessary
                                                                        written and skills testing. Please note: for a student to be eligi-
W E E K D AY
                                                                        ble for certification, a current CPR/AED card will be required.
50792 ECON 100 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           1-1107   Nelson      3.0   Students must bring a valid EMT-I certificate to the first class
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                  meeting. For those taking the written and skills testing, a $50.00
53416 ECON 100 B6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35          1-1205   Speight     3.0   (cash only) testing fee will be required. May be repeated for
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28                                  credit as necessary to meet certification requirements. NOTE:
EVENING                                                                 This course has a non-refundable materials charge of $17.
50088 ECON 100 J7 MW             6:30-9:55    4-180   Speight     3.0   EVENING
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                                                        53432 EMC. 415   J1 MTWTh 4:00-10:00            7-7115     Crawford   1.5-2.0
HYBRID
                                                                           Dates for EMC. 415 J1: 7/18-7/21
53100 ECON 100 H8 By Arr          48 Hours HYBRID Kress         3.0
    Dates for the H8 section: 6/20-8/11                                 EMC. 425 CPR: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER
ECON 100 H8 will be held online and on campus. There are four           This course will qualify students for CPR certification for health
required on-campus meetings for orientation and testing. Mandatory      care providers. Includes instruction pertinent to adult, child
orientation meeting on campus on Monday, June 20, from 5:00 to          and infant CPR. NOTE: A $10 (cash only) materials charge will
5:50 pm, in Room 2306.                                                  be due at the first class meeting. Please purchase AHA Health
                                                                        Care Provider Manual in the College Bookstore prior to class.
ECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS                                   May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times.
Prereq: ECON 100. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and             Transfer: CSU.
MATH 110. The economic system and its problems; the func-
                                                                        EVENING
tioning of the market, pricing of products, the determination of
wages, international trade. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).                     54577 EMC. 425    B1 MT         6:00-10:00      7-7115     Miller        0.5
                                                                           Dates for the B1 section: 7/25-7/26
W E E K D AY
                                                                        54576 EMC. 425    J1 MT         6:00-10:00      7-7115     Miller        0.5
51441 ECON 102 A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50           1-1107   Nelson      3.0      Dates for the J1 section: 6/27-6/28
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
53415 ECON 102 B6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           1-1206   Sanford     3.0
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28
EVENING                                                                  ENGLISH (ENGL)
50089 ECON 102 J7 TTh            6:30-9:45   4-273    Speight     3.0   (Literature courses are also listed under LITERATURE.)
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4
HYBRID
53101 ECON 102 H8 By Arr          48 Hours HYBRID Kress         3.0         ATTENTION STUDENTS
    Dates for the H8 section: 6/20-8/11
                                                                            The San Mateo County Community College District
ECON 102 H8 will be held online and on campus. There are four
required on-campus meetings for orientation and testing. Mandatory          uses a computerized prerequisite checking system.
orientation meeting on campus on Monday, June 20, from 6:00 to              The system currently enforces prerequisites for
6:50 pm, in Room 2306.                                                      English 100 – Composition, English 105 – Intensive
                                                                            Composition, English 110 – Composition, Literature
                                                                            and Critical Thinking, English 165 – Critical Thinking
 EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE                                                     and Advanced Composition, English 836 – Writing
 (EMC.)                                                                     Development, English 846 – Reading and Writing
                                                                            Connections, and English for Speakers of Other
                                                                            Languages (ESOL) 400 – English Composition for
EMC. 410 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN B                                     Nonnative Speakers. If you have not met the prereq-
Prereq: Completion of EMC. 425 or a valid Healthcare Provider
                                                                            uisites for the courses listed above, you will be
CPR card. The first phase of training in the Emergency Medical
Technician Career Structure. Covers all techniques of emergency             blocked from enrolling in that course. If you believe
medical care presently considered within the responsibilities of            you have met the prerequisite or wish to challenge
the Emergency Medical Technician. Upon successful completion                the course prerequisite, go to SkylineCollege.edu and
of the course, students will be eligible to receive EMT-B certifica-        click on the Registration link for more information and
tion. Students will spend additional time outside of the sched-             required forms. You may also contact Counseling
uled class hours to complete the ambulance and hospital rota-               Services or the Language Arts Division Office at
tions. Please obtain important Registration and Course informa-
                                                                            Skyline for information.
tion by visiting the college website at www.SkylineCollege.edu.
W E E K D AY
54241 EMC. 410 A8 MW         10:00-3:00      7-7115 Crawford      7.0
      LAB            TTh     10:00-4:00      7-7115 Phillips
   Dates for EMC. 410 A8: 6/20-8/11


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                 ENGLISH

                      English/Reading Course Sequence                                             EVENING
                                                                                                  54066 ENGL 100 J7 MW             6:30-9:55   8-8118   Zollo         3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                                    Start
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                                  50092 ENGL 100 K7 MW             6:30-9:55   8-8116   Bowsher       3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the K7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                             Placement Test
                               indicates appropriate level in this sequence of courses            50093 ENGL 100 L7 TTh            6:30-9:45   8-8116   Bowsher       3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the L7 section: 6/20-8/4
                       NON-TRANSFERABLE COURSES                                                   52886 ENGL 100 M7 TTh            6:30-9:45   8-8118   Halk          3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the M7 section: 6/20-8/4
                                                                                                  ONLINE
                                                                                                  53661 ENGL 100 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Powers           3.0
                           READ 826         +      ENGL 826          or    ENGL 828
                                                                                                     Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  ENGL 100 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                                                                  and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                                                                                                  54050 ENGL 100 OM By Arr        48 Hours ONLINE Christensen         3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the OM section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  ENGL 100 OM is offered in an online format. Requires Internet
                           READ 836         +      ENGL 836          or     ENGL 846
                                                                                                  access and email. Instructor email: christenseng@smccd.edu.

                                                                                                  ENGL 110 COMPOSITION, LITERATURE
                                                                                                           & CRITICAL THINKING
                                                                                                  Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105 with grade C or better. Introduction to
                                                                                                  the major imaginative genres of poetry, drama, and fiction.
                                                                                                  Students will write expository essays and other kinds of assign-
                                                                                                  ments employing methods of literary analysis and demonstrat-
                                                                                                  ing skill in critical thinking. Transfer: UC; CSU (A2, A3, C2).
                                                                                                  W E E K D AY
                           TRANSFERABLE COURSES                                                   53748 ENGL 110    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15        8-8224   Gibson        3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  50094 ENGL 110    C6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35       8-8224   Gibson        3.0
                           READ 420                                        ENGL 100                  Dates for the C6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                             or
                           Optional                                        ENGL 105               54059 ENGL 110    E6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35       7-7303   Bliss         3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the E6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  52722 ENGL 110    F6 MTWTh 8:00-10:25        1-1124   Connors       3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the F6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  53363 ENGL 110    G6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35       8-8222   Zollo         3.0
                                                                           ENGL 110                  Dates for the G6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                             or
                                                                           ENGL 165               EVENING
                                                                                                  54067 ENGL 110    J7 MW          6:30-9:55   7-7307   Eadus         3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                                                                                  50097 ENGL 110    K7 MW          6:30-9:55   8-8220   McClung       3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the K7 section: 6/20-8/3
                 ENGL 100 COMPOSITION                                                             52125 ENGL 110    L7 TTh         6:30-9:45   8-8220   McClung       3.0
                 Writing Prereq: ENGL 836 or ESOL 400 or ENGL 846 with a                             Dates for the L7 section: 6/20-8/4
                 grade of C or better, or eligibility for ENGL 100 on approved                    ONLINE
                 college placement tests and other measures as necessary.                         53899 ENGL 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Powers           3.0
                 Reading Prereq: READ 836 with Credit or a grade of C or better,                     Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                 or ESOL 400 with a grade of C or better, or ENGL 846 with a                      ENGL 110 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                 grade of C or better, or eligibility for 400-level Reading courses               and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                 on approved college Reading placement test, and other
                 measures as necessary. Writing practice based on a study of                      54053 ENGL 110    OM By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Powers              3.0
                                                                                                     Dates for the OM section: 6/20-7/28
                 the form and content of the essay. Transfer: UC; CSU (A2, A3).
                                                                                                  ENGL 110 OM is offered in an online format. Requires Internet
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                                  access and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                 53361 ENGL 100 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15                    8-8220      Smith    3.0
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                           ENGL 110 COMPOSITION, LITERATURE
                 50091 ENGL 100 B6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15                    7-7303      Bliss    3.0            & CRITICAL THINKING –
                    Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28                                                    SCHOLAR-ATHLETE LEARNING COMMUNITY
                 53362 ENGL 100 C6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15                    8-8116      Fuller   3.0   Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105 with grade C or better. Introduction to
                    Dates for the C6 section: 6/20-7/28                                           the major imaginative genres of poetry, drama, and fiction.
                 50090 ENGL 100 D6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                   8-8116      Fuller   3.0   Students will write expository essays and other kinds of
                    Dates for the D6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  assignments employing methods of literary analysis and
                 53739 ENGL 100 E6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                   8-8220      Smith    3.0   demonstrating skill in critical thinking. NOTE: These sections
                    Dates for the E6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  are designed primarily for students in the Scholar-Athlete
                 52197 ENGL 100 F6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                   1-1124      Jones    3.0
                                                                                                  learning community, but are open to all eligible students.
                    Dates for the F6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                  Transfer: UC; CSU (A2, A3, C2).



                 32         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                                  S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                        ENGLISH „ ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES

W E E K D AY                                                            LIT. 101 CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
53740 ENGL 110    B6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15       4-271   Eadus         3.0   Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105. Contemporary writers describe and
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28                                  analyze contemporary problems. In the hope that it can be a




                                                                                                                                                  SUMMER CLASSES
54049 ENGL 110    D6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35      4-271   Eadus         3.0   valid experience to use against the confusion and tragedy of
   Dates for the D6 section: 6/20-7/28                                  life, a representative selection of fiction, poetry and drama
                                                                        since World War II will be interpreted. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
ENGL 161 CREATIVE WRITING I
                                                                        HYBRID
Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent. The craft
of writing short stories, sketches, poetry, short dramas and            53940 LIT. 101      H6 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Hibble        3.0
other literary forms. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).                               Dates for LIT. 101 H6: 6/20-7/28
HYBRID – NEW!
                                                                        LIT. 101 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                                                        access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation
54513 ENGL 161    HX By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Hibble          3.0     meeting on Monday, June 20, from 6:50 to 7:40 pm, in Room 2117A.
   Dates for ENGL 161 HX: 6/20-7/28
ENGL 161 HX will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation
meeting on Monday, June 20, 6:00-6:50 pm, in Room 2117A.                 ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF
ENGL 162 CREATIVE WRITING II                                             OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL)
Prereq: Completion of ENGL 161. Continuation of the craft of
writing short stories and poetry. Transfer: UC; CSU.                    ESOL 801 BASIC CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
HYBRID – NEW!                                                           Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 810 or equivalent.
54514 ENGL 162 HX By Arr        48 Hours HYBRID Hibble          3.0     Beginning speakers of English who are eligible for ESOL 810
   Dates for ENGL 162 HX: 6/20-7/28                                     will become familiar with basic, conversational, standard
ENGL 162 HX will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet        English and will develop an understanding of and appreciation
access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation      for American culture. (Units do not count toward the Associate
meeting on Monday, June 20, 6:00-6:50 pm, in Room 2117A.                Degree.)
                                                                        W E E K D AY
ENGL 165 CRITICAL THINKING & ADVANCED COMPOSITION                       54506 ESOL 801   G4 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           1-1202     Carey     2.0
Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105 with grade of C or better. Course will             Dates for ESOL 801 G4: 6/20-7/14
teach students to use critical thinking, reading, and writing
skills through discussion of ideas and a progression of argu-           ESOL 802 PRE-INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
mentative writing assignments. Transfer: UC; CSU (A3).                  Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 820 or equivalent. Pre-inter-
ONLINE                                                                  mediate English speakers eligible for ESOL 820 will increase
54279 ENGL 165 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Tindall          3.0   fluency, flexibility and accuracy in conversational standard
   Dates for ENGL 165 OL: 6/20-7/28                                     English and will develop an understanding of and appreciation
ENGL 165 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access    for American culture. May be repeated for credit a maximum of
and email. Instructor email: tindallr@smccd.edu.                        three times. (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
                                                                        W E E K D AY
ENGL 846 READING AND WRITING CONNECTIONS                                54507 ESOL 802   G4 MTWTh 10:30-12:35          1-1202     Carey     2.0
Writing Prereq: Completion of ENGL 826, ESOL 840 or 841/842                Dates for ESOL 802 G4: 6/20-7/14
with a grade of C or better, or eligibility for ENGL 836, ESOL
400, or ENGL 846 on approved college placement test and                 ESOL 863 INTERMEDIATE ESL READING & WRITING
multiple measures. Reading Prereq: Completion of READ 826,              Recommended: Satisfactory completion of ESOL 820, or both
ESOL 840 or 841/842 with Credit or a grade of C or better, or           821 and 822, or ESOL 862, or appropriate skill level as indicated
eligibility for READ 836, ESOL 400, or ENGL 846 on approved             by ESL placement test and other measures as necessary.
Reading placement test and multiple measures. Integrates                Students are strongly advised to enroll concurrently in ESOL
ENGL 836 and READ 836, satisfying requirements for both.                853 and ESOL 873. Development of reading and writing skills at
Prepares students to write college-level essays and teaches             the intermediate level of English acquisition. Reading strate-
effective reading strategies to improve comprehension, analy-           gies, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and paragraph writ-
sis and vocabulary.                                                     ing. (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
W E E K D AY                                                            W E E K D AY
53367 ENGL 846 A7 MTWTh 10:30-1:20          4-272   Zoughbie      5.0   54512 ESOL 863   A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:40          5-5102     Hertig    4.0
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                      Dates for ESOL 863 A7: 6/20-8/4
54504 ENGL 846 B7 MTWTh 8:30-10:50         8-8319   Hein          5.0
   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4                                   ESOL 873 INTERMEDIATE ESL GRAMMAR
53073 ENGL 846 C7 MTWTh 8:30-10:50         8-8308   Gaeta         5.0   Recommended: Satisfactory completion of ESOL 820, or both
   Dates for the C7 section: 6/20-8/4                                   ESOL 821 and 822, or ESOL 872, or appropriate skill level as
                                                                        indicated by ESL placement test and other measures as neces-
ENGL 875 ENGLISH GRAMMAR                                                sary, or equivalent. Development of sentence variety and
Review of English grammar with emphasis on practicing stan-             grammatical and mechanical accuracy of standard spoken and
dard English skills and correctness for use in academic papers.         written English at the intermediate level. (Units do not count
Appropriate for all levels of English. (Units do not count toward       toward the Associate Degree.)
the Associate Degree.)
                                                                        W E E K D AY
W E E K D AY
                                                                        54511 ESOL 873   A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           5-5102     Hertig    3.0
54505 ENGL 875 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         8-8222   Westfall      3.0      Dates for ESOL 873 A6: 6/20-7/28
   Dates for ENGL 875 A6: 6/20-7/28



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                 ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES

                           ESOL Program Sequence and                                                            ' %"+! (* ) $ *+ (                      ,! *
                             Supplemental Courses
                                                                                                                          ' -  +
SUMMER CLASSES




                             Start
                                                          Recommended
                      Placement Test                      Supplemental Courses
                        indicates appropriate             (for each level)
                  level in this sequence of courses       non-transferable, not part of sequence

                                 1
                         High-Beginning                   Level 1
                       ESOL 851+ 861                      ESOL 801 Basic
                          + 871                           Conversational English


                                 2
                        Pre-Intermediate                 Level 2
                      ESOL 852 +862                      ESOL 802 Pre-Intermediate
                         + 872                           Conversational English

                                                         Level 3
                                 3
                                                         ESOL 655 ESL Supplement

                                                                                                                 ,     ,, * #(
                           Intermediate
                                                         (self-paced lab course)
                       ESOL 830 or                       ESOL 853 Intermediate
                         863+ 873

                                                                                                                 &)*(. /(-*
                                                         Listening & Speaking



                                                                                                                 &"%/2+ -,-*
                                 4                        Level 4
                       High-Intermediate                  ESOL 655 ESL Supplement
                       ESOL 840 or                        (self-paced lab course)
                         864+ 874                         ESOL 854 High-Intermediate
                                                                                                         11 )* '
                                                                                                            )* '          ' %0+ ' $/%"'
                                                                                                                          ' %0+ ' $/%"'                  (%%
                                                                                                                                                         (%%
                                                          Listening & Speaking

                  TRANSFERABLE
                    COURSES                                                                               Skyline College offers flexible classes in
                                                                                                          English for Speakers of Other Languages
                          ESOL 400                       Level 5 and beyond                                   ' %"+! +$"%%+ & $ /(- &(* +-                ++ -%
                                                         ESOL 875 Advanced ESL                            •   Prepare to get a college degree
                                                         Grammar & Editing                                •   Prepare for business and trade certification
                                                                                                          •   Make your English professional and powerful
                                                                                                          •   Get a higher-paying job
                          ENGL 100                                                                        •   Advocate for your family in English
                                                                                                          •   Increase your speaking and negotiation skills
                                                                                                          •   Speak and write with confidence
                                                                                                          Beginning, intermediate and advanced learners welcome!
                 ESOL 875 ADVANCED ESL GRAMMAR AND EDITING                                                ¡Clases de noche y también los fines de semana!
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 400, or completion of ESOL
                 840, or both ESOL 841 and ESOL 842, or ESOL 874, or appropri-                            ¡Matricúlese ahora!
                 ate skill level as indicated by ESL placement test and other
                 measures as necessary, or equivalent. ESL students learn
                 grammar and editing strategies for academic writing. This
                 course assumes advanced study of ESL up to the reading and                               Convenient classes (evenings and weekends)!
                 writing level of ESOL 400. May be repeated once for credit.
                 (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
                 EVENING                                                                                  (', ,         (''"        *"'    *
                 52541 ESOL 875   J7 TTh        6:30-9:45             8-8317   Lamarre             3.0   (* *"'         * +&              -
                    Dates for ESOL 875 J7: 6/20-8/4




                 34           w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                                S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                               ETHNIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY


 ETHNIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY                                           !       %           ! '                       !%& &'&
(Courses in this section meet the Ethnic and Cultural Diversity




                                                                                                                                               SUMMER CLASSES
requirement for the Associate Degree.)

ANTH 110 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.
A comparative analysis of human cultures with an emphasis on
core concepts such as kinship, religion, politics, technology,
and an appreciation of our societal variability. Transfer: UC;
CSU (D3).
W E E K D AY
53414 ANTH 110 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15            7-7110   Slicton    3.0
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
EVENING
54503 ANTH 110 J8 TTh            6:00-9:05    7-7110   Staff      3.0
   Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11

ANTH 125 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY


                                                                                   "$   #
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100, 105 or equivalent.
Biological consideration of the origin, development, and poten-
tial survival of humans and other primates, including concepts
of evolution. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).
W E E K D AY
53697 ANTH 125 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                              7-7110   Slicton    3.0           && ! %& $&
EVENING
53904 ANTH 125 J7 MW             6:30-9:55
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                                              7-7110   Popek      3.0            & ( !
                                                                        Nonnative speakers of English can get assistance
HIST 106 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105 or equiva-            with understanding and navigating the college
lent. A global and historical survey course of world civilizations      experience. The English Language Institute
from 1500 to the present. Political, social, cultural and econom-       provides service in:
ic issues will be discussed. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2, D3).
W E E K D AY                                                            • helping students understand the ESOL courses
54575 HIST 106    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15        8-8226    Ulloa      3.0     offered at Skyline College
   Dates for HIST 106 A6: 6/20-7/28
                                                                        • directing students to services using translation
HIST 240 HISTORY OF ETHNIC GROUPS IN CALIFORNIA                           and information in primary languages
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. A survey of the social,
economic and political history of ethnic groups in California,          • informing students about what services they
with particular emphasis on minority communities. Partially
satisfies American History and Institutions requirement.
                                                                          may qualify to receive
Transfer: UC; CSU (D2a).                                                • coordinating counseling and career planning for
W E E K D AY
                                                                          nonnative speakers
53905 HIST 240    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15        1-1219B   Wong       3.0
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                  • finding creative solutions to barriers such as
EVENING
                                                                          transportation, child care, and financial aid
53108 HIST 240    J7 TTh         6:00-9:15     4-170   Bolick     3.0
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3                                   • building workplace English through a
MUS. 250 WORLD MUSIC                                                      language course
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
Survey of selected listening and readings from the music
                                                                        • assisting second-language speakers interested
of Asia, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, Americas, Africa, and           in the Vocational/Technical fields to prepare
the Middle East. Required concert attendance. Transfer: UC;               adequately for study.
CSU (C1).
W E E K D AY
                                                                                       Building 1, Room 1218
51630 MUS. 250 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35           1-1111   Hansen     3.0
   Dates for MUS. 250 A6: 6/20-7/28                                       "!&    &            !!    ##
                                                                                             "$ % (    %                              '



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                 FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES „ GEOGRAPHY


                                                                              FAMILY AND CONSUMER
                                                                              SCIENCES (FCS)
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                             FCS 310 NUTRITION
                                                                             Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Basic concepts of
                                                                             nutrition; role of nutrients in maintenance of life processes, uti-
                                                                             lization of food by body, personal nutrition evaluation, commu-
                                                                             nity nutrition education. Transfer: UC; CSU (E1).
                                                                             W E E K D AY
                                                                             54173 FCS 310     A4 MTWTh 8:10-11:15            3C    Muller Moseley   3.0
                                                                                Dates for the A4 section: 6/20-7/14
                                                                             54578 FCS 310     G4 MTWTh 11:30-2:35            3C    Muller Moseley   3.0
                                                                                Dates for the G4 section: 6/20-7/14



                                                                              FILIPINO (FILI)
                                                                             FILI 111 ELEMENTARY FILIPINO I
                                                                             Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or ESOL 400. The stu-
                                                                             dent will acquire the ability to speak, read and write in Filipino
                                                                             at an elementary level and will learn about the customs and
                                                                             history of the Filipino world. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement.
                                                                             Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
                                                                             EVENING
                                                                             53867 FILI 111     J7 TTh         6:30-9:45   7-7303   Resus            3.0
                                                                                Dates for FILI 111 J7: 6/20-8/4



                                                                              FILM (FILM)
                         e Environmental Science and Technology
                      program was developed to provide students with a       FILM 440 FILM STUDY AND APPRECIATION
                      greater understanding of environmental issues and      Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105. The motion picture as a significant
                      to meet the needs of a new green workforce.            contemporary art form. Screening of films followed by discus-
                                                                             sion and/or written analysis. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
                      Capturing the growing public demand for clean          EVENING
                      energy, courses provide students with knowledge        54441 FILM 440    J8 TTh        6:30-9:20     2-2306   Uyehara          3.0
                      of building science, energy systems, and alternative      Dates for FILM 440 J8: 6/21-8/11
                      energy. These hands-on courses result in industry-
                      recognized certificates and focus on sustainable
                      solutions that provide economic value, improve          GEOGRAPHY (GEOG)
                      comfort, and create environmental benefit.
                                                                             GEOG 150 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
                                                                             Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Survey of world
                                                                             regions in the context of physical and cultural geographic infor-
                                                                             mation. Global ties and conflicts in the rapidly changing world.
                      Register for the following courses offered during       Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                      Fall 2011:                                             EVENING
                                                                             54434 GEOG 150 J7 MW           6:00-9:25      1-1107   Hansell          3.0
                                                                                Dates for GEOG 150 J7: 6/20-8/3




                 36         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                              S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                               GEOLOGY „ HEALTH SCIENCE



             # ! "                       !& #$      "      GEOLOGY (GEOL)




                                                                                                                                       SUMMER CLASSES
                                                          GEOL 100 SURVEY OF GEOLOGY
                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Study of rocks and
                                                          minerals, processes acting at the surface and within the earth,
                                                          earth structure, principles of geologic investigation. Transfer:
                                                          UC; CSU (B1).
                                                          EVENING
                                                          52731 GEOL 100   J7 MW         6:30-9:55        7-7104     James       3.0
                                                             Dates for GEOL 100 J7: 6/20-8/3



                                                           HEALTH SCIENCE (HSCI)
                                                          (See listings under EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE for the EMT
                                                          program; see listings under SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY for the
                                                          Surgical Technology program.)

                                                          HSCI 100 GENERAL HEALTH EDUCATION

               % !                            !
                                                          Investigation of contemporary health issues with emphasis on
                                                          detection, treatment and prevention of personal and social
                                                          health problems. A survey of today’s most prevalent health


             # ! "                                !&
                                                          problems, including heart disease, venereal disease, birth con-
                                                          trol, drug abuse, and emotional disorders. Role of social and
                                                          psychological factors in achieving a lifelong healthful lifestyle.


                 #$                           "
                                                          Transfer: UC; CSU (E1).
                                                          W E E K D AY
                                                          53375 HSCI 100    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           7-7307     Rueckhaus   3.0
                                                             Dates for HSCI 100 A6: 6/20-7/28
             Replaces Liberal Arts and                    HSCI 130 HUMAN SEXUALITY
             University Studies majors                    Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent.
                                                          Information about sexuality and its impact on interpersonal
     ! !                                                  relationships. Anatomy and physiology, psychosexual develop-
      Skyline offers an Associate of Arts Degree in       ment, dating, marriage, sex roles, pregnancy, childbirth,
      Interdisciplinary Studies with an area of           parenting contraction, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual
                                                          behavior, myths, misconceptions, sexual value systems, and
      emphasis in Arts & Humanities, Letters &            communication skills. Transfer: UC; CSU (E1).
      Science, Organizational Structures, Social and      W E E K D AY
      Behavioral Sciences, Social and Natural             52716 HSCI 130    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35          8-8304     Whitney     3.0
                                                             Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
      Sciences, Social and Personal Development, or
                                                          EVENING
      Health and Physical Education.                      53354 HSCI 130    J7 MW          6:30-9:55       7-7111    Epp         3.0
        $!" ! $ !               #"                           Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/4

       60 semester units                                  HSCI 484 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Students
        "           !                                     develop a basic background in medical terminology as used by
       • Students who are interested in teaching, law,    medical transcriptionists, court reporters, law-related occupa-
         business, and a variety of other fields          tions, and allied health occupations. Also listed as BUS. 485.
                                                          May be repeated for credit. Transfer: CSU.
       • Students who are pursuing broad areas of         EVENING

         study and exploration (7 areas of emphasis are   54549 HSCI 484    J7 MW          6:30-9:55      8-8302     Holland     3.0
                                                             Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
         provided so that the student may customize       HYBRID
         the degree to meet her or his goals)             54317 HSCI 484     HX By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Holland        3.0
                                                             Dates for the OL section: 6/20-8/4
                                                          HSCI 484 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must
                                                          have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on
         #    #      #     #$        #    !   #   # !     Thursday, June 23, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in Room 8302 – attendance
                                                          required. Instructor email: hollandc@smccd.edu.




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                 HISTORY „ HUMANITIES

                                                                                                EVENING
                  HISTORY (HIST)                                                                53908 HIST 202    J8 TTh         7:00-9:50     4-180   Phipps        3.0
                                                                                                   Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                                HYBRID – NEW!
                 HIST 100 HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I
                                                                                                54519 HIST 202    H6 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Messner         3.0
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Cultural, political, and
                                                                                                   Dates for the H6 section: 6/20-7/28
                 economic survey of Western history from the beginnings in the
                 Near East to the Renaissance. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).                          HIST 202 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                                                                                access and email. Orientation meeting on Monday, June 20, from
                 W E E K D AY                                                                   6:00-7:00 pm, in Room 1111. Instructor email:
                 52292 HIST 100    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35              4-180   Phipps       3.0   messnerm@smccd.edu.
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                 EVENING                                                                        HIST 240 HISTORY OF ETHNIC GROUPS IN CALIFORNIA
                 51032 HIST 100    J7 TTh         6:30-9:45        1-1219B   Swanson      3.0   Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. A survey of the social,
                    Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4                                          economic and political history of ethnic groups in California,
                                                                                                with particular emphasis on minority communities. Partially
                 HIST 106 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II                                                satisfies American History and Institutions requirement.
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105 or equiva-                   Transfer: UC; CSU (D2a).
                 lent. A global and historical survey course of world civilizations             W E E K D AY
                 from 1500 to the present. Political, social, cultural and econom-              53905 HIST 240    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15        1-1219B   Wong          3.0
                 ic issues will be discussed. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2, D3).                          Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                 W E E K D AY                                                                   EVENING
                 54575 HIST 106    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15              8-8226   Ulloa        3.0   53108 HIST 240    J7 TTh         6:00-9:15     4-170   Bolick        3.0
                    Dates for HIST 106 A6: 6/20-7/28                                               Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3

                 HIST 108 SURVEY OF AMERICAN HISTORY                                            HIST 310 CALIFORNIA HISTORY
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                   Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
                 U.S. History from the colonial period to the present. Emphasis                 An historical survey of the social, economic, political, and cul-
                 on the development of political institutions. Partially satisfies              tural development of California from the Indian and Spanish
                 American History and Institutions requirement. Transfer: UC;                   period to the present. Partially satisfies American History and
                 CSU (D1).                                                                      Institutions requirement. Transfer: UC; CSU (D2a).
                 W E E K D AY                                                                   W E E K D AY
                 53906 HIST 108    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35             2-2306   Buckingham   3.0   51041 HIST 310    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         2-2306   Buckingham    3.0
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                            Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                 EVENING                                                                        EVENING
                 53221 HIST 108    J8 MW         7:00-10:05        1-1219B   Reidy        3.0   54239 HIST 310    J8 TTh         7:00-9:50    8-8213   Reidy         3.0
                    Dates for the J8 section: 6/20-8/10                                            Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11
                                                                                                ONLINE
                 HIST 201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I                                               54240 HIST 310     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Ulloa             3.0
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                      Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                 U.S. History to the mid-19th century. Partially satisfies
                                                                                                HIST 310 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                 American History and Institutions requirement. Transfer: UC;                   and email. Instructor email: ulloaj@smccd.edu.
                 CSU (D1).
                 W E E K D AY
                 51440 HIST 201    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                     4-170   Erion        3.0
                                                                                                 HOME ECONOMICS
                 EVENING                                                                        (Refer to course listings under FAMILY & CONSUMER
                 51628 HIST 201    J7 MW          6:00-9:25          4-170   Bolick       3.0   SCIENCES.)
                    Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3
                 HYBRID
                 53943 HIST 201    H6 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Wong
                    Dates for the H6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                  3.0
                                                                                                 HUMANITIES (HUM.)
                 HIST 201 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                 access and email. Orientation meeting on Monday, June 20, from                 HUM. 106 THE AWAKENING OF INDIVIDUALITY
                 1:00-2:00 pm, in Room 1219B. Instructor email: wongja@smccd.edu.               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. An interdisciplinary
                                                                                                exploration of individuality and self-reliance aimed at creating
                 HIST 202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II                                              greater self-awareness. Partially satisfies general education
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                   requirements in the Humanities. Transfer: CSU (C2).
                 U.S. History from the mid-19th century to the present. Partially
                                                                                                EVENING
                 satisfies American History and Institutions requirement.
                 Transfer: UC; CSU (D1).                                                        53193 HUM. 106 J8 MW          7:00-10:05 5-5132B       Carion        3.0
                                                                                                   Dates for HUM. 106 J8: 6/20-8/10
                 W E E K D AY
                 53907 HIST 202    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35            1-1219B   Ulloa        3.0
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28




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                                                                                                     LEARNING SKILLS „ MATHEMATICS


 LEARNING SKILLS (LSKL)                                                    MATHEMATICS (MATH)




                                                                                                                                                      SUMMER CLASSES
LSKL 800 SUPERVISED SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in another course for which the                  ATTENTION STUDENTS
student needs academic support in order to succeed. Individual                The San Mateo County Community College District uses
and/or group instruction by faculty and instructional aides in                a computerized prerequisite checking system.
the Learning Center to reinforce learning in the parent course
                                                                              The system currently enforces prerequisites for Math
from which the student was referred. Faculty and/or counselors
will refer students based on learning needs. Open entry. May                  110, Math 111, Math 112, Math 115, Math 120, Math
be repeated for credit a maximum of three times. (Units do not                122, Math 123, Math 130, Math 150, Math 200, Math
count toward the Associate Degree.)                                           201, Math 222, Math 241, Math 242, Math 251, Math
W E E K D AY                                                                  252, Math 253, Math 270 and Math 275. If you have not
51773 LSKL 800   A8 By Arr 3-18 Hrs/Wk     5-5100   Corral      0.5-3.0       met the prerequisites for the courses listed above, you
   Dates for LSKL 800 A8: 6/20-8/11                                           will be blocked from enrolling in that course. If you
                                                                              believe you have met the prerequisite or wish to chal-
LSKL 803 SUPERVISED PEER TUTORING                                             lenge the course prerequisite, go to skylinecollege.edu
Coreq: Enrollment in a course for which academic support is
                                                                              and click on the Registration link for more information
needed in order for the student to succeed. Individual and/or
group instruction by peer tutors in the Learning Center to                    and required forms. You may also contact Counseling
reinforce learning in the basic skills or job training course from            Services or the Science/Math/Technology Division Office
which the student is referred. Faculty and/or counselors will                 at Skyline for information.
refer students based on their learning needs. Open entry.                     Students are reminded that all prerequisites for courses
May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times. (Units
                                                                              other than Math 110, 111, 112, 115, 120,
do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
                                                                              122, 123, 130, 150, 200, 201, 222, 241, 242, 251, 252, 253,
W E E K D AY
                                                                              270 and 275 will continue to be enforced at the first
54341 LSKL 803   A6 By Arr 4-9 Hrs/Wk      5-5100   Corral         0.0
                                                                              class meeting.
   Dates for LSKL 803 A6: 6/20-7/28

LSKL 803 SUPERVISED PEER TUTORING – MESA
Coreq: Enrollment in a course for which academic support is               MATH 110 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
needed in order for the student to succeed. Individual and/or             Prereq: Completion of MATH 806 or 811 with a grade of C or
group instruction by peer tutors in the Learning Center to rein-          better, or appropriate placement test score and other measures
force learning in the basic skills or job training course from            as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended: Completion of
which the student is referred. Faculty and/or counselors will             READ 836 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. An intro-
refer students based on their learning needs. Open entry. May             duction to elementary algebra emphasizing basic algebra con-
be repeated for credit a maximum of three times. NOTE: This               cepts and those skills necessary to apply the concepts to real
section is designed primarily for students in the MESA pro-               life problem solving. Topics will provide an introduction to
gram. (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)                   symbol manipulation, and the analytical methods for solving
W E E K D AY                                                              applications problems appropriate to the introductory level. A
53672 LSKL 803   A8 By Arr 3-12 Hrs/Wk    7-7309    Fredricks      0.0    core of mathematical topics including: real numbers, order of
   Dates for LSKL 803 A8: 6/20-8/11                                       operations, linear equations and graphs, and systems of linear
                                                                          equations will be presented. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement.
                                                                          NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required. (Units do
                                                                          not count toward the Associate Degree.)
 LITERATURE (LIT.)                                                        W E E K D AY

(Literature courses are also listed under ENGLISH.)                       50148 MATH 110 A7 MTWTh 8:10-11:00              7-7111    Aleem       5.0
                                                                             Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
LIT. 101 CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE                                          50147 MATH 110 B7 MTWTh 11:10-2:00              7-7111    Ivanova     5.0
Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105. Contemporary writers describe and                   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4
analyze contemporary problems. In the hope that it can be a
                                                                          MATH 111 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA I
valid experience to use against the confusion and tragedy of
life, a representative selection of fiction, poetry and drama             Prereq: Completion of MATH 806 or 811 with a grade of C or
since World War II will be interpreted. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).           better, or appropriate placement test score and other measures
                                                                          as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended: Completion of
HYBRID
                                                                          READ 836 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Course is
53940 LIT. 101      H6 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Hibble        3.0      equivalent to first half of MATH 110. Plus one hr/wk by arrange-
    Dates for LIT. 101 H6: 6/20-7/28                                      ment. NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required. (Units
LIT. 101 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet          do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation
                                                                          EVENING
meeting on Monday, June 20, from 6:50 to 7:40 pm, in Room 2117A.
                                                                          50149 MATH 111 J7 TTh          6:30-9:45        7-7111    Garcia Jr   3.0
                                                                             Dates for MATH 111 J7: 6/20-8/4




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                 MATHEMATICS

                       Pre-Algebra and Algebra Sequence                                         MATH 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA II
                                                                                                Prereq: Completion of MATH 111 with a grade of C or better, or
                                                                                                equivalent. Recommended: Completion of READ 836 with a
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                                grade of C or better, or equivalent. Course is equivalent to the
                                                  MATH 811                                      second half of MATH 110. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement.
                                                                                                NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required. (Units do
                                                                                                not count toward the Associate Degree.)
                                                                                                EVENING
                                                                                                50150 MATH 112 J7 MW           6:30-9:55   7-7304   Garcia Jr     3.0
                                                              MATH 111
                                       MATH 110        or          +                               Dates for MATH 112 J7: 6/20-8/4
                                                              MATH 112
                                                                                                MATH 115 GEOMETRY
                                                                                                Prereq: Completion of MATH 110 with a grade of C or better, or
                                                                                                appropriate placement test score and other measures as appro-
                                                             MATH 122                           priate, or equivalent. Geometric properties of plane/solid fig-
                                       MATH 120        or          +                            ures, the Cartesian coordinate system, and formal logic. Plus
                                                             MATH 123                           one hr/wk by arrangement.
                                                                                                W E E K D AY
                                                                                                53420 MATH 115 A7 MTWTh 11:10-1:20          TBA     Hasson        4.0
                                                                                                   Dates for MATH 115 A7: 6/20-8/4
                                  TRANSFER CLASSES                                              MATH 120 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                                                                                                Prereq: Completion of MATH 110 or MATH 112 with a grade of
                                                                                  MATH 150      C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other
                      MATH 130         MATH 241               MATH 200               or         measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Review/extension of
                                                                                  MATH 201      elementary algebra through exponential, logarithmic, polyno-
                                                                                                mial, radical, and rational functions. An emphasis on modeling
                                                             Note: BUS. 120 and BUS. 123        real life situations. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE: TI-83
                                                             also meet quantitative reasoning   or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required.
                                                             requirement for transfer;          W E E K D AY
                      MATH 222         MATH 242              PSYC 171 for CSU.
                                                                                                50153 MATH 120 A7 MTWTh 8:10-11:00          4-273   Hasson        5.0
                                                         Note: Requires MATH 130                   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
                                                         in addition to MATH 241                50891 MATH 120 C7 MTWTh 8:10-11:00         7-7109   Kwok          5.0
                                                                                                   Dates for the C7 section: 6/20-8/4
                                      For Most Business and
                                                                                                54083 MATH 120 B7 MTWTh 11:10-2:00          4-273   Miranda       5.0
                                      Some Life Science Majors                                     Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4
                      MATH 251
                                                                                                ONLINE
                                                                                                54273 MATH 120 OL By Arr         80 Hours ONLINE Moss            5.0
                                                                    IMPORTANT                      Dates for the OL section: 6/20-8/4
                                                              Which Transfer math courses       MATH 120 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet
                                                                you take depends on your        access and email. Exams will be taken on-campus or via approved
                      MATH 252                                transfer destination and your     proctored arrangements. An online Orientation is required on or
                                                                     intended major.            before June 21. Check instructor website at http://www.smccd.edu/
                                                                                                accounts/moss for orientation and course information. Instructor
                                                                To select the appropriate       email contact: moss@smccd.edu.
                                                                math class, see a counselor
                                                                         and use                MATH 122 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
                      MATH 270         MATH 253                   PROJECT ASSIST
                                                                                                Prereq: Completion of MATH 110 or MATH 112 with a grade of
                                                                   (www.assist.org) to
                                                                                                C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other
                                                                     retrieve course
                                                                articulation information.
                                                                                                measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Course is equivalent to
                                                                                                first half of MATH 120. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE:
                                                                                                TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required.
                                                                                                EVENING
                                       MATH 275
                                                                                                50154 MATH 122 J7 MW           6:30-9:55   8-8304   Kuan          3.0
                                                                                                   Dates for MATH 122 J7: 6/20-8/4

                 For Most Science, Computer Science
                 and Engineering Majors




                 40         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                              S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                                                                     MATHEMATICS

MATH 130 TRIGONOMETRY                                                     MATH 242 APPLIED CALCULUS II
Prereq: Completion of MATH 120 or MATH 123 with a grade of                Prereq: Completion of MATH 130 and MATH 241 with a grade
C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other                of C or better, or equivalent. Basic techniques of integral calcu-




                                                                                                                                                         SUMMER CLASSES
measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Recommended: MATH                 lus. Definition, calculation and application of the integral; loga-
115 or equivalent. Trigonometric functions of real numbers and            rithmic and exponential functions. Plus one hr/wk by arrange-
angles; solution of triangles; radian measure; graphs of                  ment. NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required.
trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations and identities;          Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
inverse trigonometric functions; complex numbers; applica-                EVENING
tions of trigonometry. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE:               52166 MATH 242 J7 MW           6:30-9:55         4-273     Miranda       3.0
TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required. Transfer: CSU (B4).             Dates for MATH 242 J7: 6/20-8/3
W E E K D AY
54261 MATH 130 A7 MTWTh 8:10-10:20 5-5132B              Nguyen      4.0   MATH 251 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     Prereq: Completion of MATH 222 with a grade of C or better, or
54260 MATH 130 A6 MTWTh 10:30-1:00 5-5132B              Loeffler    4.0   appropriate placement test score and other measures as appro-
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                    priate, or equivalent. Limits and continuity, the derivatives and
EVENING                                                                   applications, the differential and anti-differentiation, the definite
54262 MATH 130 J7 TTh            5:30-9:50     7-7310   Kuan        4.0   integral and conic sections. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement.
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required. Transfer:
                                                                          UC; CSU (B4).
MATH 200 PROBABILITY & STATISTICS                                         W E E K D AY
Prereq: Completion of MATH 120 or MATH 123 with a grade of                51250 MATH 251 B7 MTWTh 8:10-11:00              8-8302     Nguyen        5.0
C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other                   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4
measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Measures of central               52040 MATH 251 A7 MTWTh 11:10-2:00              8-8302     Kotsishevskaya5.0
tendency and dispersion, sampling distributions and statistical              Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4
inference, regression and correlation. Plus one hr/wk by
arrangement. NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator                     MATH 270 LINEAR ALGEBRA
required. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).                                         Prereq: Completion of MATH 252 with a grade of C or better, or
W E E K D AY                                                              equivalent. Study of systems of linear equations, the algebra of
51103 MATH 200 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:40              4-148   Broxholm    4.0   matrices, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations.
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                    Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
51491 MATH 200 A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:40           2-2117A   Deamer      4.0   W E E K D AY
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     53421 MATH 270 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15              8-8304     Leach         3.0
53393 MATH 200 B6 MTWTh 11:10-1:40             7-7310   Maoujoudi   4.0      Dates for MATH 270 A6: 6/20-7/28
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28
53217 MATH 200 B7 MTWTh 1:10-3:20             2-2117A   Deamer      4.0   MATH 270 LINEAR ALGEBRA – HONORS
   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     Prereq: Completion of MATH 252 with a grade of C or better, or
EVENING                                                                   equivalent. Study of systems of linear equations, the algebra of
50157 MATH 200 J7 MW             5:30-10:10    7-7310   Maoujoudi   4.0   matrices, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations.
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3                                     Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE: This section is designed
50898 MATH 200 K7 TTh             5:30-9:50     4-148   Kazaryan    4.0   primarily for students in the Honors Transfer Program, but is
   Dates for the K7 section: 6/21-8/4                                     open to all eligible students. All students in this section will be
ONLINE                                                                    required to do Honors-level work. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
53951 MATH 200 OL By Arr          64 Hours ONLINE Kazaryan       4.0      W E E K D AY
    Dates for the OL section: 6/20-8/4                                    54362 MATH 270 AH MTWTh 8:10-10:15              8-8304     Leach         3.0
MATH 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires internet                 Dates for the AH section: 6/20-7/28
access and email. Exams will be taken on-campus or via approved
proctored arrangements. Course orientation and testing information        MATH 275 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
will be sent to registered students at their my.smccd.edu email           Prereq: Completion of MATH 253 with a grade of C or better, or
account. Instructor email: kazaryan@smccd.edu.                            equivalent. Differential equations and applications of first and
                                                                          better order with emphasis on second order. Topics include
MATH 222 PRECALCULUS                                                      power series solutions, Laplace transforms, operator tech-
Prereq: Completion of MATH 130 with grade C or better, or                 niques. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).
equivalent. Functional and graphing approach to concepts and
                                                                          EVENING
skills necessary as background for success in calculus. Plus one
hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing                       50159 MATH 275 J7 TTh          6:30-9:45 5-5132B           Reuterdahl    3.0
Calculator required. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).                                 Dates for MATH 275 J7: 6/21-8/4
W E E K D AY                                                              MATH 811 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS
50158 MATH 222 A7 MTWTh 8:10-11:00             7-7310   Araica      5.0   Basic skills in mathematics, including whole numbers, deci-
   Dates for the A7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     mals, fractions, and limited geometry and statistics. Using
54442 MATH 222 B7 MTWTh 11:10-2:00             7-7109   Aleem       5.0   these ideas and skills to solve real life word problems is
   Dates for the B7 section: 6/20-8/4                                     emphasized. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. (Units do not
                                                                          count toward the Associate Degree.)
                                                                          W E E K D AY
                                                                          51622 MATH 811 A7 MTWTh 10:30-1:20              7-7307     Nguyen        3.0
                                                                             Dates for MATH 811 A7: 6/20-8/4



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                 MUSIC „ NONNATIVE SPEAKERS

                                                                                               MUS. 302 PIANO II
                  MUSIC (MUS.)                                                                 Prereq: MUS. 301 or equivalent. Continuation of Piano I with
                                                                                               increased emphasis on sightreading, technique and piano liter-
                 (Dance courses are offered through the Physical Education
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                               ature. Plus three hrs/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                 Division.)
                                                                                               EVENING
                 MUS. 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC                                                50170 MUS. 302 JX MW          7:00-10:20   1-1109   Yi            2.0
                 Establishes a basic musical vocabulary for students who wish                     Dates for MUS. 302 JX: 6/20-8/3
                 to begin the study of music. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).
                                                                                               MUS. 303 PIANO III
                 ONLINE
                                                                                               Prereq: MUS. 302 or equivalent. Piano literature from Baroque,
                 53194 MUS. 100 OL By Arr        48 Hours ONLINE Millar             3.0        Classic, Romantic and 20th century; keyboard harmony and
                    Dates for MUS. 100 OL: 6/20-8/4
                                                                                               ensemble. Recital performance may be required. Plus three
                 MUS. 100 OL is taught in an online format. Students should review             hrs/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                 the information on the online bulletin board for this class before
                                                                                               EVENING
                 enrolling: http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/millar/music_
                 100ol.htm.                                                                    53405 MUS. 303 JX MW          7:00-10:20   1-1109   Yi            2.0
                                                                                                  Dates for MUS. 303 JX: 6/20-8/3
                 MUS. 115 MUSIC, ART AND IDEAS
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                  MUS. 304 PIANO IV
                 Examination and analysis of art and music as reflections of cul-              Prereq: MUS. 303 or equivalent. Piano literature from Baroque,
                 tural ideas and traditions. The student will develop an informed              Classic, Romantic and 20th century; keyboard harmony and
                 appreciation of the visual arts, performance arts, and musical                ensemble. Recital performance may be required. Plus three
                 works. Also listed as ART 115. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                        hrs/wk by arrangement. May be repeated for credit a maximum
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                               of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                                               EVENING
                 53080 MUS. 115   AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35              1-1107    Takayama   3.0
                    Dates for MUS. 115 AX: 6/20-7/28                                           53406 MUS. 304 JX MW          7:00-10:20   1-1109   Yi            2.0
                                                                                                  Dates for MUS. 304 JX: 6/20-8/3
                 MUS. 202 MUSIC APPRECIATION
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                  MUS. 377 GUITAR I
                 The learning of effective music listening skills to enhance musi-             Recommended: MUS. 100 or equivalent. Basic guitar instruc-
                 cal enjoyment. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                                        tion. Playing techniques, notation, chords, reading, strum tech-
                 W E E K D AY
                                                                                               niques, fingerpicking. Emphasis on popular music literature.
                                                                                               Individual and group instruction. Plus three hrs/wk by arrange-
                 50164 MUS. 202 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                 1-1115   Williams   3.0
                                                                                               ment. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                               EVENING
                 EVENING
                 50165 MUS. 202 J7 TTh            6:30-9:45         1-1107    Williams   3.0   50173 MUS. 377 J7 TTh          6:30-9:45   1-1115   Markovich     2.0
                    Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/4                                            Dates for MUS. 377 J7: 6/21-8/4
                 ONLINE
                 52939 MUS. 202 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Millar            3.0
                    Dates for the OL section: 6/20-8/11                                         NONNATIVE SPEAKERS
                 MUS. 202 OL is taught in an online format. Students should review
                 the information on the online bulletin board for this class before            (The following courses are designed for nonnative speakers of
                 enrolling: http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/millar/new_                          English.)
                 page_2.htm.
                                                                                               ESOL 801 BASIC CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
                 MUS. 250 WORLD MUSIC                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 810 or equivalent.
                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.                  Beginning speakers of English who are eligible for ESOL 810
                 Survey of selected listening and readings from the music                      will become familiar with basic, conversational, standard
                 of Asia, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, Americas, Africa, and               English and will develop an understanding of and appreciation
                 the Middle East. Required concert attendance. Transfer: UC;                   for American culture. (Units do not count toward the Associate
                 CSU (C1).                                                                     Degree.)
                 W E E K D AY                                                                  W E E K D AY
                 51630 MUS. 250 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35                 1-1111   Hansen     3.0   54506 ESOL 801   G4 MTWTh 8:10-10:15       1-1202   Carey         2.0
                    Dates for MUS. 250 A6: 6/20-7/28                                              Dates for ESOL 801 G4: 6/20-7/14

                 MUS. 301 PIANO I                                                              ESOL 802 PRE-INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
                 Recommended: MUS. 100 or equivalent. Beginning piano with                     Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 820 or equivalent. Pre-inter-
                 emphasis on music reading, keyboard harmony, improvisation                    mediate English speakers eligible for ESOL 820 will increase
                 and keyboard technique. Plus three hrs/wk by arrangement.                     fluency, flexibility and accuracy in conversational standard
                 Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                                                       English and will develop an understanding of and appreciation
                 W E E K D AY                                                                  for American culture. May be repeated for credit a maximum of
                                                                                               three times. (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)
                 53081 MUS. 301 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15                 1-1109    Hansen     2.0
                    Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                        W E E K D AY

                 EVENING                                                                       54507 ESOL 802   G4 MTWTh 10:30-12:35      1-1202   Carey         2.0
                 50167 MUS. 301 JX MW            7:00-10:20         1-1109    Yi         2.0      Dates for ESOL 802 G4: 6/20-7/14
                    Dates for the JX section: 6/20-8/3


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                                                                         NONNATIVE SPEAKERS „ PHYSICAL EDUCATION – ADAPTED

ESOL 863 INTERMEDIATE ESL READING & WRITING                              PHIL 103 CRITICAL THINKING
Recommended: Satisfactory completion of ESOL 820, or both                Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. An informal logic and
821 and 822, or ESOL 862, or appropriate skill level as indicated        language course that develops general learning skills, aids to




                                                                                                                                                        SUMMER CLASSES
by ESL placement test and other measures as necessary.                   understanding, and creative problem solving. Plus one lab
Students are strongly advised to enroll concurrently in ESOL             hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (A3).
853 and ESOL 873. Development of reading and writing skills at           EVENING
the intermediate level of English acquisition. Reading strate-           51629 PHIL 103    J7 TTh          6:00-9:15      1-1105     Zoughbie     3.0
gies, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and paragraph writ-               Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4
ing. (Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)                   HYBRID
W E E K D AY
                                                                         54520 PHIL 103    H8 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Colombetti       3.0
54512 ESOL 863   A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:40        5-5102   Hertig       4.0      Dates for the H8 section: 6/20-8/11
   Dates for ESOL 863 A7: 6/20-8/4                                       PHIL 103 H8 will be held online and on campus. Orientation meeting
                                                                         on Tuesday, June 21, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm, in Room 8213. Instructor
ESOL 873 INTERMEDIATE ESL GRAMMAR                                        email: colombetti@smccd.edu.
Recommended: Satisfactory completion of ESOL 820, or both
ESOL 821 and 822, or ESOL 872, or appropriate skill level as             PHIL 240 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS
indicated by ESL placement test and other measures as neces-             Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105. Major
sary, or equivalent. Development of sentence variety and gram-           philosophic views of ethical behavior; discussion of what we
matical and mechanical accuracy of standard spoken and writ-             can do, should do, and when we may judge one another.
ten English at the intermediate level. (Units do not count               Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
toward the Associate Degree.)                                            W E E K D AY
W E E K D AY
                                                                         52941 PHIL 240    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15             4-180     Colombetti   3.0
54511 ESOL 873   A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         5-5102   Hertig       3.0      Dates for PHIL 240 A6: 6/20-7/28
   Dates for ESOL 873 A6: 6/20-7/28

ESOL 875 ADVANCED ESL GRAMMAR AND EDITING
Recommended: Eligibility for ESOL 400, or completion of ESOL              PHYSICAL EDUCATION – ADAPTED
840, or both ESOL 841 and ESOL 842, or ESOL 874, or appropri-
ate skill level as indicated by ESL placement test and other
                                                                          (ADAP)
measures as necessary, or equivalent. ESL students learn
grammar and editing strategies for academic writing. This                ADAP 358 ADAPTED STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT
course assumes advanced study of ESL up to the reading and               Prereq: Physician’s recommendation or assignment by the
writing level of ESOL 400. May be repeated once for credit.              College Health Counselor or Division Dean (on recommenda-
(Units do not count toward the Associate Degree.)                        tion of instructor). Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in ADAP 349,
EVENING                                                                  357 or 359. Students will review and apply basic exercise
                                                                         physiology and strength development concepts in the context
52541 ESOL 875   J7 TTh        6:30-9:45     8-8317   Lamarre      3.0
   Dates for ESOL 875 J7: 6/20-8/4
                                                                         of their own disability to develop and/or maintain their
                                                                         muscular strength and endurance. May be repeated for credit
                                                                         a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                         W E E K D AY
 NUTRITION                                                               54109 ADAP 358 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35              3-3102     Chandler     1.0
(Refer to course listings under FAMILY & CONSUMER                           Dates for ADAP 358 A6: 6/20-7/28
SCIENCES.)
                                                                         ADAP 359 BALANCE AND FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT
                                                                                  FOR THE PHYSICALLY LIMITED
                                                                         Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in ADAP 348, 356 or 358.
 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION                                                   Designed to identify, assess and improve balance and
                                                                         physical functioning for individuals with physical limitations.
(Refer to course listings under COMPUTER APPLICATIONS &                  Prescriptive programs are developed for groups and individu-
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY.)                                                      als. May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times.
                                                                         Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                         W E E K D AY

 PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)                                                       54111 ADAP 359 B6 By Arr      8 Hrs/Wk
                                                                            Dates for ADAP 359 B6: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                                          3-3102     Chandler     1.0


PHIL 100 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105. A general
introduction to the methods, problems and types of philosophy
from various times and cultures. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
W E E K D AY
53624 PHIL 100    A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50        8-8213   Colombetti   3.0
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
EVENING
51230 PHIL 100    J7 MW          6:00-9:25   1-1105   Zoughbie     3.0
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3



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                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION – DANCE


                  PHYSICAL EDUCATION – DANCE
                  (DANC)
SUMMER CLASSES




                 DANC 152 CUBAN ROOTS OF SALSA
                 Designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of Cuban
                 popular dances, including Danzon, Son, Cha Cha Cha, Son
                 Montuno, and Salsa Cubana. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                 EVENING
                 53875 DANC 152 J6 T            6:00-9:40           1-1250   Delmar   0.5
                    Dates for DANC 152 J6: 6/21-7/26

                 DANC 161 TANGO ARGENTINO
                 Designed to introduce students to the essence of Argentine
                 tango. Students will be able to dance in social settings comfort-
                 ably and confidently. May be repeated for credit a maximum of
                 three times. Transfer: CSU (E2).
                 EVENING
                 53353 DANC 161 J6 W            7:15-10:55          3-3201   Delmar   0.5
                    Dates for DANC 161 J6: 6/22-7/27

                 DANC 166 TANGO DE LA GUARDIA VIEJA
                 Prereq: Successful completion (grade of C or better) of DANC
                 161 or equivalent. With an emphasis on rhythmic precision,
                 students will discover the sweetness of tango. Designed to
                 teach and enforce students’ understanding, appreciation and
                 execution of authentic salon style tango, the mother of all
                 tango styles. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                 EVENING                                                                    Courses are designed for students of all levels,
                 54542 DANC 166 J7 M            6:00-9:40           1-1250   Delmar   0.5   ages and abilities.
                    Dates for DANC 166 J7: 6/20-8/1
                                                                                            For less than you’d pay at local gyms, Skyline offers a
                 DANC 350 CARDIO DANCE                                                      variety of courses that will help you learn, develop and
                 Fitness can be achieved through vigorous steps, stretches and              maintain a healthy lifestyle. Among courses offered this
                 toning movements from many sources – jazz, rock, folk, ballet,
                                                                                            summer are:
                 modern dance, hip hop. May be repeated for credit a maxi-
                 mum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                 W E E K D AY
                 54113 DANC 350 A6 TTh         12:45-2:35           3-3201   Steele   0.5
                    Dates for DANC 350 A6: 6/21-7/28

                 DANC 680SC DANCE APPRECIATION
                            An online course designed to give the student an
                  N ew !    overview of dance history. Beginning with classical
                 era folk and ethnic dance, this course will survey the develop-
                                                                                            Achieve your fitness goals:
                 ment of Modern, Ballet, Jazz and other dance forms. Focusing
                 largely on the 20th Century, students will read, write, and                the physical activity that is essential to keeping you healthy!
                 watch videos to form an overview of the history of dance and               Skyline’s environment is supportive and non-intimidating.
                 the historical events that influenced the major choreographers
                 of the 20th Century. NOTE: This course is not activity-based
                 and is not applicable to the specific area requirement in
                 Physical Education for the Associate Degree. Transfer: CSU.
                 ONLINE
                 54541 DANC 680SC OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Steele         3.0
                    Dates for DANC 680SC OL: 6/20-7/28
                 DANC 680SC OL is taught in an online format. For more information,
                 please contact Amber Steele at (650) 378-7301 x19365, or email
                 steelea@smccd.edu.                                                          others in the class

                                                                                             enrolled in a class




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                                                                                                           PHYSICAL EDUCATION – FITNESS

                                                                         FITN 301 SPINNING®
 PHYSICAL EDUCATION – FITNESS                                            Aerobic exercise on a stationary racing bicycle. This workout is
 (FITN)                                                                  done to high cadence music. Exercise heart rate and individual




                                                                                                                                                        SUMMER CLASSES
                                                                         goals are assessed for maximum benefit. May be repeated for
                                                                         credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
FITN 106 VARSITY CONDITIONING                                            W E E K D AY
Intended for out-of-season varsity athletes to provide fitness
                                                                         53607 FITN 301    A6 TWTh       9:00-10:10           3B     Corsiglia    0.5
and strength programs that will prepare them for intercolle-                Dates for the A6 section: 6/21-7/28
giate competition. This class will include cardiovascular,               53171 FITN 301    B6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35               3B     Corsiglia    1.0
strength, agility, speed and sport-specific training. Plus one              Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28
hr/wk by arrangement for sections less than or equal to 1.0 unit         EVENING
and two hrs/wk by arrangement for sections greater than 1.0
unit. May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times.               53183 FITN 301    J6 MW          5:00-7:05           3B     Harris       0.5
                                                                            Dates for the J6 section: 6/20-7/27
NOTE: FITN 106 A8 (53556) is designed for Baseball athletes.
Transfer: CSU.                                                           FITN 305 RUNNING FOR FITNESS
W E E K D AY                                                             Methods to achieve total fitness through cardiovascular activi-
53556 FITN 106    A8 MTWTh 3:10-4:30           3-3102   Nomicos    1.0   ties with emphasis on running. May be repeated for credit a
   Dates for FITN 106 A8: 6/20-8/11                                      maximum of three times. Repeat students must submit semes-
                                                                         ter objectives. NOTE: The first class meeting will be held in the
FITN 112 CROSS TRAINING                                                  Gymnasium (Room 3200). Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
Students will improve fitness levels, increase strength and              W E E K D AY
flexibility, and lose body fat while participating in a variety of
fitness activities such as Spinning, weight training or resistance       52266 FITN 305    A3 MTWTh 8:10-10:10              Field    Fitzgerald   0.5
                                                                            Dates for FITN 305 A3: 7/11-7/28
exercises, yoga, pilates, hiking, running, and/or fitness walking.
May be repeated for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer:           FITN 332 STRETCHING AND FLEXIBILITY
UC; CSU.
                                                                         Designed to increase flexibility, tone the body, improve circula-
EVENING                                                                  tion, teach proper breathing and relaxation, create basic under-
53886 FITN 112    J6 MW          5:15-7:20     3-3102   Fosberg    0.5   standing of what is necessary for good health. May be repeat-
   Dates for FITN 112 J6: 6/20-7/27                                      ed for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                                                                         W E E K D AY
FITN 116 BODY CONDITIONING
Individual flexibility, agility, strength, and cardiovascular            53976 FITN 332    A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50            3-3106     Watters      1.0
                                                                            Dates for FITN 332 A6: 6/20-7/28
conditioning and fitness program. May be repeated for credit
a maximum of three times. NOTE: FITN 116 B8 (53605) is                   FITN 334 YOGA
designed for intercollegiate basketball athletes. Both classes
                                                                         Various Yoga styles and exercises to increase flexibility,
will be held in the Field House, located at the running track.
                                                                         improve posture, and assist in stress reduction. May be repeat-
Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                                                                         ed for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
W E E K D AY
                                                                         W E E K D AY
54439 FITN 116    A6 MW        10:30-12:35    Fld Hse   Borgo      0.5
                                                                         52435 FITN 334    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15            3-3201     Simmers      1.0
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/27
                                                                            Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
53605 FITN 116    B8 By Arr     6 Hrs/Wk      Fld Hse   Harris     1.0
                                                                         53399 FITN 334    B6 TTh        10:30-12:10      3-3106     Feenstra     0.5
   Dates for the B8 section: 6/20-8/11
                                                                            Dates for the B6 section: 6/21-7/28
FITN 205 WEIGHT CONDITIONING                                             EVENING

A complete course in weight conditioning, including instruction          52268 FITN 334    J6 MW          7:15-9:20       3-3106     Simmers      0.5
on how to design an individual training program for strength,               Dates for the J6 section: 6/20-7/27
tone and endurance. Coeducational class format. May be                   53172 FITN 334    K6 TTh         5:30-7:10       3-3201     Roby         0.5
repeated for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC;                 Dates for the K6 section: 6/21-7/28
CSU (E2).
                                                                         FITN 335 PILATES
W E E K D AY
                                                                         Training muscles of the torso through controlled exercises that
53887 FITN 205    A6 TTh         8:10-10:10    3-3102   Chandler   0.5   increase core strength and postural stability to optimize per-
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/21-7/28                                   formance in athletics, dance and everyday activities. May be
EVENING                                                                  repeated for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: UC;
53366 FITN 205    J6 TTh          5:30-7:10    3-3102   Marquez    0.5   CSU (E2).
   Dates for the J6 section: 6/21-7/28                                   W E E K D AY
                                                                         53053 FITN 335    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35           3-3201     Simmers      1.0
                                                                            Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                         52906 FITN 335    B6 MW          1:35-3:40       3-3201     Simmers      0.5
                                                                            Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/27
                                                                         EVENING
                                                                         53066 FITN 335    J6 MW          5:00-7:05       3-3201     Simmers      0.5
                                                                            Dates for the J6 section: 6/20-7/27
                                                                         53054 FITN 335    K6 TTh         5:30-7:10       3-3106     Steele       0.5
                                                                            Dates for the K6 section: 6/21-7/28




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                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION – FITNESS „ PHYSICAL EDUCATION – INDIVIDUAL SPORTS

                                                                              FITN 680SF INTERCOLLEGIATE FITNESS
                                                                              Intended for in-season varsity athletes to maintain fitness dur-
                                                                              ing their intercollegiate season. Strength training, cardiovascu-
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                              lar conditioning, flexibility, injury prevention, psychological
                                                                              preparation, and nutrition will be emphasized. NOTE: FITN
                                                                              680SF A2 (54531) and FITN 680SF B2 (54532) are designed to
                                                                              prepare intercollegiate soccer plays for VARS 150 and VARS
                                                                              360, respectively. FITN 680SF C2 (54533) is designed to prepare
                                                                              intercollegiate wrestlers for VARS 200. FITN 680SF D2 (54535) is
                                                                              designed to prepare intercollegiate volleyball players for VARS
                                                                              340. For more information, contact Daniel Link at (650) 738-
                                                                              4272 or linkd@smccd.edu, Kevin Corsiglia at (650) 738-4214 or
                                                                              corsigliak@smccd.edu, James Haddon at (650) 738-4395 or
                                                                              haddonj@smccd.edu, or Rayannah Salahuddin at (650) 738-
                                                                              4151 or salahuddinr@smccd.edu. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                              W E E K D AY
                                                                              54531 FITN 680SF A2 Daily        9:00-11:10    Field   Link          1.0
                                                                                                    Daily       1:00-3:10    Field   Link
                                                                                 Dates for the A2 section: 8/1-8/12
                                                                              54532 FITN 680SF B2 Daily        9:00-11:10    Field   Corsiglia     1.0
                                                                                                    Daily       1:00-3:10    Field   Corsiglia
                                                                                 Dates for the B2 section: 8/1-8/12
                                                                              54533 FITN 680SF C2 Daily        11:15-1:25   3-3106   Haddon        1.0
                                                                                                    Daily       3:15-5:25   3-3106   Haddon
                                                                                 Dates for the C2 section: 8/1-8/12
                                                                              54535 FITN 680SF D2 Daily        11:15-1:25   3-3200   Salahuddin    1.0
                                                                                                    Daily       3:15-5:25   3-3200   Salahuddin
                                                                                 Dates for the D2 section: 8/1-8/12

                                                                              FITN 680SG INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR TRAINING
                                                                              An online fitness course utilizing technology to verify perform-
                                                                              ance via self-reported cardiovascular exercise, assignments,
                                                                              testing and discussion. Students will learn to improve fitness
                                                                              through the use of cardiovascular exercise. Students are
                      Interactive Cardiovascular Training (FITN 680SG,        required to have an iPOD Nano and Nike + iPOD Sport Kit or
                      CRN 54515) is an online fitness course utilizing         Nike + Sportband. Transfer: CSU.
                      technology to verify performance via self-reported      ONLINE

                      cardiovascular exercise, assignments, testing and       54515 FITN 680SG OL By Arr       64 Hours ONLINE Corsiglia          2.0
                                                                                 Dates for FITN 680SG OL: 6/20-8/11
                      discussion. Students will learn to improve fitness
                                                                              FITN 680SG OL is taught in an online format. For more information
                      through the use of cardiovascular exercise such as,     on the class and orientation, please contact Kevin Corsiglia at (650)
                      but not limited to, walking, hiking, jogging, etc.      738-4214, or email corsigliak@smccd.edu.
                      Students at all levels of fitness can participate.This
                      course requires that a student have an IPOD Nano
                      and Nike + IPOD Sport Kit or Nike + Sportband. It        PHYSICAL EDUCATION –
                      also requires that a student have internet access and    INDIVIDUAL SPORTS (INDV)
                      an email address.
                                                                              INDV 101 BEGINNING ARCHERY
                                                                              Fundamentals of target archery, types of competition, rules,
                       Feel more alert and concentrate better when            scoring, care and selection of equipment. NOTE: The first class
                                                                              will be held in Portable 3A. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                       studying or at work
                                                                              W E E K D AY
                       Have more energy
                                                                              54126 INDV 101   AX MW         12:10-2:15      Field   Fosberg       0.5
                       Enjoy a better quality of life                            Dates for INDV 101 AX: 6/20-7/27
                       Receive feedback via technology about
                       performance                                            INDV 105 INTERMEDIATE ARCHERY
                       Be able to engage in activity around your schedule     Prereq: INDV 101 or equivalent. Continued instruction in tech-
                                                                              niques with increasing distances, games and competitions,
                                                                              team and individual competition. May be repeated twice for
                                                                              credit. NOTE: The first class will be held in Portable 3A.
                                                                              Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
                                                                              W E E K D AY
                                                                              54127 INDV 105   AX MW         12:10-2:15      Field   Fosberg       0.5
                                                                                 Dates for INDV 105 AX: 6/20-7/27



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                                            PHYSICAL EDUCATION – INDIVIDUAL SPORTS „ PHYSICAL EDUCATION – TEAM SPORTS

INDV 169 GOLF SWING ANALYSIS
Swing analysis using video, instructor feedback and drills to              PHYSICAL EDUCATION –
increase golf swing competency in a practical setting. Practical           TEAM SPORTS (TEAM)




                                                                                                                                                       SUMMER CLASSES
application of skills in tournament play. Open to all levels.
Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. May be repeated for credit a
maximum of three times. NOTE: The first class meeting will be             TEAM 111 BEGINNING BASKETBALL
held in Portable 3A. Subsequent class meetings will be held at            Instruction in rules, strategies and fundamentals. Round-robin
various local driving ranges and golf courses. Students should            play during last half of semester. Transfer:
expect to spend approximately $100 in golf course greens fees,            UC; CSU (E2).
short game area usage fees, and the purchase of range ball                W E E K D AY
cards for this course. For more information, contact instructor
                                                                          53378 TEAM 111 BX MTWTh 8:10-10:15             3-3200     Watters      1.0
Jan Fosberg at (650) 738-4215, or email fosberg@smccd.edu.                   Dates for the BX section: 6/20-7/28
Transfer: UC; CSU.
                                                                          53376 TEAM 111 AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35            3-3200     Nomicos      1.0
W E E K D AY                                                                 Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28
54530 INDV 169   AZ MW         8:10-10:15   Glf Crs   Fosberg       0.5
   Dates for INDV 169 AZ: 6/20-7/27                                       TEAM 112 BASKETBALL: ADVANCED COMPETITION
                                                                                   STRATEGIES
INDV 251 BEGINNING TENNIS                                                 Prereq: TEAM 111, or competitive experience, or equivalent.
Instruction in service, forehand, backhand, strategy, rules.              Geared toward intermediate level basketball players interested
Automatic ball machine is used. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).                   in learning basketball philosophy, competitive strategies and
W E E K D AY                                                              techniques. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. May be repeated
50141 INDV 251    AX MTWTh 10:30-12:30       Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5   for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: CSU (E2).
   Dates for the AX section: 7/11-7/28                                    W E E K D AY
53184 INDV 251    BX MTWTh 12:45-2:45        Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5   53893 TEAM 112 A6 MTWTh 2:15-4:20              3-3200     Piergrossi   1.0
   Dates for the BX section: 7/11-7/28                                       Dates for TEAM 112 A6: 6/20-7/28

INDV 253 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS                                              TEAM 115 ADVANCED BASKETBALL
Prereq: INDV 251 or demonstration of equivalent skills.                   Prereq: TEAM 111 or equivalent. Advanced instruction in fun-
Continued skills instruction in tennis. Competition tournaments           damentals of basketball. Team play accented. May be repeated
will be held. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).                                     twice for credit. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
W E E K D AY                                                              W E E K D AY
50142 INDV 253    AX MTWTh 10:30-12:30       Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5   53379 TEAM 115 BX MTWTh 8:10-10:15             3-3200     Watters      1.0
   Dates for the AX section: 7/11-7/28                                       Dates for the BX section: 6/20-7/28
53185 INDV 253    BX MTWTh 12:45-2:45        Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5   53377 TEAM 115 AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35            3-3200     Nomicos      1.0
   Dates for the BX section: 7/11-7/28                                       Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28

INDV 255 ADVANCED TENNIS                                                  TEAM 116 BASKETBALL: INDIVIDUAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Prereq: INDV 253 or demonstration of equivalent skills.                   Prereq: TEAM 115 or equivalent. Focus on mastering individual
Continued skills instruction in tennis. Competition tournaments           skills rather than team concepts. Students will participate in
will be held. May be repeated once for credit. Transfer: UC;              numerous competitive drills and basketball conditioning. Plus
CSU (E2).                                                                 one hr/wk by arrangement. May be repeated for credit a maxi-
W E E K D AY                                                              mum of three times. Transfer: CSU (E2).
53056 INDV 255    AX MTWTh 10:30-12:30       Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5   EVENING
   Dates for the AX section: 7/11-7/28                                    53609 TEAM 116 J6 MW           5:00-9:10       3-3200     Hosley       1.0
53186 INDV 255    BX MTWTh 12:45-2:45        Tn Crt   Fitzgerald    0.5      Dates for TEAM 116 J6: 6/20-7/27
   Dates for the BX section: 7/11-7/28
                                                                          TEAM 145 ADVANCED SOCCER
                                                                          Prereq: TEAM 141 or equivalent. Instruction in offensive and
 PHYSICAL EDUCATION (P.E.)                                                defensive play; specific positions. Emphasis on individual and
                                                                          team tactics. May be repeated twice for credit. Transfer: UC;
                                                                          CSU (E2).
P.E. 152 THEORY OF SPORT & FITNESS MANAGEMENT                             W E E K D AY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. An                   53175 TEAM 145 A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50               Field    Link         1.0
overview of sport management at the professional, collegiate                 Dates for TEAM 145 A6: 6/20-7/28
and recreational levels. Career opportunities in the field of
sport management are discussed. NOTE: This course is not                  TEAM 179 TOURNAMENT VOLLEYBALL
activity-based and is not applicable to the specific area                 Prereq: TEAM 171 or equivalent. A course for intermediate and
requirement in Physical Education for the Associate Degree.               advance level players emphasizing team play in a tournament
Transfer: CSU.                                                            setting. Introduction to offensive and defensive systems.
HYBRID                                                                    Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. May be repeated for credit a
54433 P.E. 152      H6 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Piergrossi        3.0   maximum of three times. Transfer: UC; CSU (E2).
    Dates for P.E. 152 H6: 6/20-7/28                                      EVENING
P.E. 152 H6 will be held online and on campus. Orientation meeting        53612 TEAM 179 J6 TTh          7:15-8:55       3-3200     Salahuddin   0.5
on campus on Monday, June 20, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm, in Portable              Dates for TEAM 179 J6: 6/21-7/27
3A. For more information, please contact Justin Piergrossi at (650)
738-4367, or email piergrossij@smccd.edu.


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                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION – TEAM SPORTS „ POLITICAL SCIENCE

                                                                                TEAM 191 BASEBALL THEORY, OFFENSE
                                                                                Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in TEAM 100 or VARS
                      Associated Students of Skyline College                    100. Designed to develop knowledge and skills related to play-
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                ing or coaching the sport of baseball. Individual and team skill
                                                                                development will be stressed. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement
                                                                                for sections less than or equal to 1.0 unit and two hrs/wk by
                                                                                arrangement for sections greater than 1.0 unit. May be repeat-
                                                                                ed for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                W E E K D AY
                                                                                53897 TEAM 191   A8 MTWTh 1:30-2:50            Field   Nomicos       2.0
                                                                                                    T         5:00-7:00       3-3104   Nomicos
                                                                                   Dates for TEAM 191 A8: 6/20-8/11



                                                                                 PHYSICS (PHYS)
                                                                                PHYS 210 GENERAL PHYSICS I
                                                                                Prereq: Completion of MATH 130 with a grade of C or better,
                                                                                or appropriate placement test score and other measures as
                                                                                appropriate, or equivalent. Covers mechanics, fluids, waves,
                                                                                thermodynamics. Lecture must be accompanied by a lab
                                                                                section. Transfer: UC; CSU (B1, 3, 4).
                                                                                W E E K D AY
                                                                                54272 PHYS 210   A7 MTWTh 10:30-12:00         8-8226   Langhoff      4.0
                                                                                      LAB            TTh       1:00-4:25      7-7305   Langhoff
                                                                                   Dates for PHYS 210 A7: 6/20-8/4



                        Get Ready...                                             POLITICAL SCIENCE (PLSC)

                       Get Set... Lead!                                         PLSC 200 NATIONAL, STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT
                                                                                Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. A study of national,
                                                                                state and local governmental institutions. Examination of
                       Develop your leadership skills by                        power relationship between the branches of government and
                                                                                constitutional relationship between the national, state and local
                       joining the Associated Students of                       governments. NOTE: Students who have received credit for
                       Skyline College (ASSC)                                   either PLSC 210 or PLSC 301 may not receive credit for PLSC
                                                                                200. Transfer: UC; CSU (D2b).
                       The ASSC is Skyline’s student government                 W E E K D AY
                       organization, representing all Skyline students.         53410 PLSC 200    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         8-8213   Masare        3.0
                       ASSC members plan, coordinate and sponsor                   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                       campus activities, help to establish student clubs and   EVENING

                       organizations, and participate in college committees.    52299 PLSC 200    J6 MW          6:00-10:10   8-8213   Diamond       3.0
                                                                                   Dates for the J6 section: 6/20-7/27
                       Benefits:
                       • Scholarship opportunities                              PLSC 210 AMERICAN POLITICS
                                                                                Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Foundation of U.S.
                       • Conference travel                                      political institutions and the dynamics of governmental policy-
                       • Be part of college decisions                           making. Partially satisfies the American History and Institutions
                                                                                requirement. NOTE: Students who have received credit for
                       • Strengthen your resume and ability to transfer
                                                                                PLSC 200 may not receive credit for PLSC 210. Transfer: UC;
                       Learn:                                                   CSU (D1).
                       Leadership           Team Building   Communication       W E E K D AY

                       Mediation            Facilitation    Mentoring           52428 PLSC 210    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35        8-8213   Masare        3.0
                                                                                   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                       Budget Planning      Marketing       Lobbying            EVENING
                       Event Planning       Time Management                     50190 PLSC 210    J8 TTh         6:30-9:20    1-1304   Damon         3.0
                                                                                   Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11

                       Contact: Amory Cariadus
                       Room 6212, (650) 738-4275



                 48         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                 S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                                      POLITICAL SCIENCE „ REAL ESTATE

PLSC 301 CALIFORNIA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT                            PSYC 200 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Examination of state               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. Survey course examin-
and local governments. Population growth, cultural diversity,             ing physical, cognitive and psychological changes that occur




                                                                                                                                                       SUMMER CLASSES
and social programs. California legislature, the plural executive         across the life span. Models, influences and research relevant
and the judiciary. Local and regional governments. Partially              to human development will be presented. Transfer: UC;
satisfies the American History and Institutions requirement.              CSU (D3, E1).
NOTE: Students who have received credit for PLSC 200 may                  W E E K D AY
not receive credit for PLSC 301. Transfer: CSU (D2a).
                                                                          52824 PSYC 200 A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35             2-2305     Rose        3.0
W E E K D AY                                                                 Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
53651 PLSC 301   A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50          7-7110   Diamond      3.0   EVENING
   Dates for PLSC 301 A6: 6/20-7/28
                                                                          53237 PSYC 200 J8 MW            7:00-10:05      2-2305     Eljarrari   3.0
                                                                             Dates for the J8 section: 6/20-8/10
                                                                          ONLINE
 PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)                                                        54144 PSYC 200 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Lynn             3.0
                                                                             Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                          PSYC 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
PSYC 100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY                                               and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Intro-
duction to the scientific study of animal and human behavior              PSYC 201 CHILD DEVELOPMENT
including habits, perception, motives, emotions, cognition                Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Introduction to child
and personality. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).                                  development that includes physical, psychosocial, and cogni-
W E E K D AY                                                              tive/language development milestones for children, both typi-
50193 PSYC 100    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         2-2305   Rose         3.0   cal and atypical, from conception through adolescence. Also
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                    listed as PSYC 201. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3, E1).
54226 PSYC 100    B6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35        1-1105   Shusterman   3.0   W E E K D AY
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                          50199 PSYC 201    AX MTWTh 10:30-12:35          8-8306     Francisco   3.0
EVENING                                                                      Dates for the AX section: 6/20-7/28
50195 PSYC 100    J8 TTh         7:00-9:50    2-2305   Eljarrari    3.0   EVENING
   Dates for the J8 section: 6/21-8/11
                                                                          53248 PSYC 201    JX MW          6:00-9:25      1-1304     McCoy       3.0
ONLINE                                                                       Dates for the JX section: 6/20-8/3
53670 PSYC 100     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE McClain-Rocha3.0         53411 PSYC 201    KX TTh         6:30-9:45      8-8306     Francisco   3.0
   Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28                                       Dates for the KX section: 6/21-8/4
PSYC 100 OL is taught in an online format. Requires internet access
and email. Instructor email: mcclainrochak@smccd.edu.                     PSYC 410 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
                                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Symptoms, causes
PSYC 110 COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE & FAMILY                                     and treatments of psychological disorders are examined.
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.              Topics include personality disorders, depression, bipolar disor-
The family as an institution in relation to other aspects of              der, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other related disorders.
society; dating and courtship. Also listed as SOCI 110. Transfer:         Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
UC; CSU (D3).                                                             W E E K D AY
ONLINE                                                                    54440 PSYC 410    A6 MTWTh 12:45-2:50           1-1304     Eljarrari   3.0
54151 PSYC 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Lynn             3.0        Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
   Dates for PSYC 110 OL: 6/20-7/28                                       ONLINE – NEW!
PSYC 110 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access       54529 PSYC 410     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Merrill-Sinarle 3.0
and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.                                Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                          PSYC 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
PSYC 171 QUANTITATIVE REASONING IN PSYCHOLOGY                             and email. Instructor email: merrill@smccd.edu.
Prereq: MATH 120 or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility
for ENGL 836. Introduction to understanding quantitative
arguments and information presented in news accounts, adver-
tising, political campaigns, and popular treatment of psycho-              REAL ESTATE (R.E.)
logical research. Plus one lab hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer:
CSU (B4).                                                                 R.E. 100 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
W E E K D AY                                                              Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and MATH 110. Study
54521 PSYC 171    A6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35        8-8117   McCoy        3.0   of real and personal property, joint tenancies, partnerships,
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                    sales contracts, homesteads, deeds and taxes; financing real
EVENING                                                                   estate practices; industry regulation. Transfer: CSU.
53350 PSYC 171    J7 TTh          6:00-9:15   8-8304   McCoy        3.0   HYBRID
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4
                                                                          53208 R.E. 100     H8 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall          3.0
                                                                             Dates for R.E. 100 H8: 6/20-8/11
                                                                          R.E. 100 H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will meet on
                                                                          campus on Tuesday, August 9, from 6:30 to 9:35 pm, in Room 8302.
                                                                          Remaining class time will be online. Students must have Internet
                                                                          access and an email address. Instructor email: nuttalla@smccd.edu.



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                 REAL ESTATE „ RESPIRATORY THERAPY

                 R.E. 110 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
                 Practical application of real estate skills in the field and office
                 environments. Course is designed to meet the needs of buyers,
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SUMMER CLASSES




                 seller, lessors and lessees to ensure success as a realtor.
                 Transfer: CSU.
                 HYBRID
                 53349 R.E. 110      H8 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall         3.0
                     Dates for R.E. 110 H8: 6/20-8/11
                 R.E. 110 H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will meet on
                 campus on Thursday, August 11, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, in Room
                 8302. Remaining class time will be online. Students must have
                 Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                 nuttalla@smccd.edu.

                 R.E. 665SA PREPARATION COURSE FOR THE CALIFORNIA
                            REAL ESTATE EXAM
                 This course is for students who have passed the Real Estate
                 Principles course. It is designed to maximize learning and
                 preparation for the California Real Estate Exam. Topics include
                 real and personal property, tax implications, appraisal, financ-
                 ing, transfer of property, contracts, and broker responsibility.
                 Transfer: CSU.


                                                                                                   %%#     %," * *+
                 EVENING
                 53678 R.E. 665SA J4 MW          6:30-9:30          8-8226     Nuttall   1.5
                    Dates for R.E. 665SA J4: 7/11-8/3

                 R.E. 680SA REAL ESTATE FINANCE
                           Explore all aspects of real estate financing, which
                                                                                                   * #' & ' ,( 1
                  N ew !   include the mortgage industry, finance instruments,
                 loan applications, the financing process, qualifying the buyer                        ' ,(&(**(/
                 and property, conventional and government loan programs,
                 and Fair Lending and Consumer Protection and Risk Analysis.                   Recently Opened State-of-the-Art Science and
                 Real Estate License core course. Transfer: CSU.                               Allied Health Center!
                 HYBRID
                                                                                                 ))(*,-'#,1 Are you interested in a career in which you
                 54579 R.E. 680SA H8 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall          3.0
                    Dates for R.E. 680SA H8: 6/20-8/11                                         help and nurture people? The need for Allied Health Care
                 R.E. 680SA H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will meet              workers continues to expand as the population ages.
                 on campus on Wednesday, August 10, from 6:30 to 9:20 pm, in                   Shortages exist throughout the health care industry, and
                 Room 8302. Remaining class time will be online. Students must                 wages are excellent.
                 have Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                 nuttalla@smccd.edu.                                                             0 ),#(' % - ,#(' Skyline students are sought after
                                                                                               by employers for their skills. Skyline’s expert faculty are experi-
                                                                                               enced and teach with real-life examples and best practices
                                                                                               used in local hospitals.
                  RESPIRATORY THERAPY (RPTH)
                                                                                                    % /(*% +$#%%+ Skyline works with leaders in the health
                                                                                               care industry to teach the skills that students need to know
                 RPTH 448 CLINICAL CLERKSHIP II
                                                                                               in order to work in local health care organizations.
                 Prereq: Admission to the Respiratory Therapy Program.
                 Practical clinical experience in the respiratory therapy depart-                "(#     ( )*(!* &+
                 ment of local hospital. Emphasis on mastery of technical level                        • Respiratory Therapy
                 skills; patient care. Transfer: CSU.                                                  • Emergency Medical Technology
                 W E E K D AY                                                                          • Surgical Technology
                 50204 RPTH 448 GZ By Arr 120 Hours                      TBA   Staff     2.0           • Central Service Technology/Sterile Processing
                    Dates for RPTH 448 GZ: 6/6-8/5                                                     • CPR and First Aid
                                                                                                       • Biotechnology
                                                                                               Skyline also offers courses in anatomy, physiology, microbiology
                                                                                               and medical chemistry. Also offered is the Perioperative
                                                                                               Nursing Program through the College of San Mateo.


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                 50         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                              S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                      SOCIOLOGY „ TELECOMMUNICATIONS & NETWORK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

                                                                           SPCH 120 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
 SOCIOLOGY (SOCI)                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836, or
                                                                           ENGL 846, or ESOL 400, or equivalent. Study and practice of




                                                                                                                                                         SUMMER CLASSES
SOCI 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                                         interactive communication transactions, the perception
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.               process, verbal and nonverbal communication modes, listen-
Introduction to the scientific study of the behavior of people in          ing, and conflict resolution. Transfer: UC; CSU (A1).
groups and the study of individual behavior as it reflects group           W E E K D AY
membership. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).                                        50213 SPCH 120 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15               4-274     Koppel       3.0
W E E K D AY
                                                                              Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                           53385 SPCH 120 B6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35              4-274     Cunningham   3.0
50206 SOCI 100    A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15         4-170    Moynihan      3.0
                                                                              Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                           EVENING
EVENING
                                                                           53389 SPCH 120 J7 TTh            6:30-9:45      8-8319     McDonnell    3.0
50207 SOCI 100    J7 TTh         6:30-9:45 5-5132A     Murajda       3.0
                                                                              Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/4
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/21-8/4
                                                                           50214 SPCH 120 K7 MW             6:30-9:55      8-8319     Cunningham   3.0
SOCI 110 COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND FAMILY                                       Dates for the K7 section: 6/20-8/3
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
The family as an institution in relation to other aspects of
society; dating and courtship. Also listed as PSYC 110. Transfer:           SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY (SURG)
UC; CSU (D3).
ONLINE
                                                                           SURG 440 BASIC SCIENCES FOR SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
54188 SOCI 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Lynn              3.0     Prereq: Admission to the Surgical Technology program. This
   Dates for SOCI 110 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                                                           course reviews anatomy for surgical procedures and common
SOCI 110 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access        disease states requiring surgical intervention. The course also
and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.
                                                                           covers common medical terminology and operating room
                                                                           medications pertinent to the surgical technologist.
                                                                           W E E K D AY
 SPANISH (SPAN)                                                            53952 SURG 440 A8 MTWTh 8:10-11:15              7-7205     Erskine      6.0
                                                                              Dates for SURG 440 A8: 6/20-8/11
SPAN 110 ELEMENTARY SPANISH
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or ESOL 400. Spanish
structures and active vocabulary practiced in oral and written              TAGALOG
pattern drills. Conversation based on short dialogues. Plus one
hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).                              (Refer to course listings under FILIPINO.)
W E E K D AY
50208 SPAN 110 A7 MTWTh 10:30-1:20 5-5132A             Zuniga        5.0
   Dates for SPAN 110 A7: 6/20-8/4                                          TELECOMMUNICATIONS &
                                                                            NETWORK INFORMATION
 SPEECH (SPCH)                                                              TECHNOLOGY (TCOM)
                                                                           TCOM 100 TELECOMMUNICATIONS, NETWORKING AND
SPCH 100 PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                            WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or ESOL 400. Study
                                                                           This introductory course is designed to acquaint students
and practice of basic principles of effective oral communica-
                                                                           with today’s convergent communications technologies. Course
tion. Research, preparation, and extemporaneous delivery of
                                                                           will examine the structure, function and services of the net-
various types of speeches. Transfer: UC; CSU (A1).
                                                                           works and systems used to provide voice, data, and wireless
W E E K D AY                                                               communications. This is the first course in a program of study
53620 SPCH 100 A6 MTWTh 8:10-10:15           8-8118    Irigoyen II   3.0   for Telecommunications, Wireless and Network Information
   Dates for the A6 section: 6/20-7/28                                     Technology majors but has been designed to provide anyone
53747 SPCH 100 B6 MTWTh 10:30-12:35          8-8118    Irigoyen II   3.0   interested with insight to the workings and opportunities of this
   Dates for the B6 section: 6/20-7/28                                     dynamic and exciting fields. Transfer: CSU.
EVENING
                                                                           EVENING
50212 SPCH 100 J7 MW             6:30-9:55   8-8308    Irigoyen II   3.0   50217 TCOM 100 J7 MW           6:30-9:55        7-7109     Petromilli   3.0
   Dates for the J7 section: 6/20-8/3                                         Dates for TCOM 100 J7: 6/20-8/3
50927 SPCH 100 K7 TTh            6:30-9:45   8-8308    Bishow        3.0
   Dates for the K7 section: 6/20-8/4




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                 TELECOMMUNICATIONS & NETWORK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY „ WELLNESS

                                                                                  TCOM 465 WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
                                                                                  Prereq: Satisfactory completion (grade of C or better) of TCOM
                                                                                  480, or equivalent training or experience. A hands-on technical
SUMMER CLASSES




                                                                                  introduction to wireless 802 networks for LAN, PAN and WAN
                                                                                  applications. Focus is on 802.11 (WLAN) and includes installa-
                                                                                  tion and configuration, introduction to WLAN standards, MAC
                                                                                  and PHY layer operation and radio frequency, and WLAN secu-
                                                                                  rity standards for SOHO and enterprise environments. The
                                                                                  usage and operation of 802.11 is compared with wireless tech-
                                                                                  nologies for WPAN (Bluetooth) and WMAN (Wi-Max). Plus one
                                                                                  hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                  EVENING
                                                                                  53963 TCOM 465 J7 TTh          6:30-9:45   2-2120   Staff         3.0
                                                                                     Dates for TCOM 465 J7: 6/21-8/4



                                                                                   WELLNESS (WELL)
                                                                                  WELL 665SC INTRODUCTION TO
                                                                                             FACE & DECOLLETE MASSAGE
                                                                                  Introduction to massage movements used specifically for the
                                                                                  face and décolleté. The course will examine the therapeutic
                                                                                  value of non-threatening touch, the anatomy of the chest,
                                                                                  upper arms and face, and proper hygiene and sanitation for the
                                                                                  safety of the therapist and recipient. Students will learn tech-
                                                                                  niques to enhance their esthetics massage or spa technician
                                                                                  skills and explore proper posture and body mechanics. May be
                                                                                  repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refund-
                      Learn in our new state-of-the-art Telecommunications/       able materials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2
                      Electronic laboratories with industry-standard equipment    clean sheets to class.
                      and design. Gain skills and training in the fast-paced      S AT U R D AY
                      world of computers, networks and cell phones.               54581 WELL 665SC SS Sat       9:00-5:00     4-102   Leary         0.5
                                                                                     Date for WELL 665SC SS: 6/25

                                                                                  WELL 665SD INTRODUCTION TO HAND MASSAGE
                                                                                  Introduction to beginning massage movements used specifical-
                                                                                  ly for the hands. Emphasis on the therapeutic value of
                                                                                  non-threatening touch, anatomy of the hands, proper hygiene
                                                                                  and sanitation, reflex points that can be stimulated to maintain
                                                                                  physical well being, proper body mechanics, exposure to
                                                                                  massage products and contraindications. May be repeated
                                                                                  twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable mate-
                      The program is industry-backed, hands-on, and designed      rials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2 clean
                      for students to keep current with changing technology.      sheets to class.
                      The program is developed in direct response to the needs    S AT U R D AY
                      of the industry and focuses on the skills employers want.   54584 WELL 665SD SS Sat       9:00-5:00     4-102   Leary         0.5
                                                                                     Date for WELL 665SD SS: 7/30

                                                                                  WELL 665SE INTRODUCTION TO FOOT MASSAGE
                                                                                  Introduction to beginning massage movements used specifical-
                                                                                  ly for the feet. Emphasis on the therapeutic value of non-threat-
                                                                                  ening touch, anatomy of the feet, proper hygiene and sanita-
                                                                                  tion, reflex points that can be stimulated to maintain physical
                                                                                  well being, proper body mechanics, exposure to
                                                                                  massage products and contraindications. May be repeated
                                                                                  twice for credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable mate-
                                                                                  rials charge of $15. Students are required to bring 2 clean
                                                                                  sheets to class.
                                                                                  S AT U R D AY
                                                                                  54585 WELL 665SE SS Sat        9:00-5:00    4-102   Leary         0.5
                                                                                     Date for WELL 665SE SS: 8/6




                 52         w w w. S k y l i n e C o l l e g e . e d u                                                                S U M M E R 2 0 11
                                                                                                                            WELLNESS

WELL 665SF INTRODUCTION TO
           NECK AND SHOULDER MASSAGE
Introduction to beginning massage movements used to release




                                                                                                                                       SUMMER CLASSES
stress and tension from the neck and shoulder area. Emphasis
on the therapeutic value of non-threatening touch, neck and
shoulder anatomy, proper hygiene and sanitation, exploration
of proper body mechanics, exposure to massage products and
contraindications. May be repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This
course has a non-refundable materials charge of $15. Students
are required to bring 2 clean sheets to class.
S AT U R D AY
54583 WELL 665SF SS Sat       9:00-5:00   4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SF SS: 7/23

WELL 665SG INTRODUCTION TO BACK MASSAGE
Introduction to beginning massage movements used to release
stress and tension from the neck and back area. Emphasis on
the therapeutic value of non-threatening touch, the neck and
back anatomy, proper hygiene and sanitation, exploration of
proper body mechanics, exposure to massage products and
contraindications. May be repeated twice for credit. NOTE: This
course has a non-refundable materials charge of $15. Students
are required to bring 2 clean sheets and a pillowcase to class.      e Wellness Program provides courses in a
S AT U R D AY
                                                                  variety of subjects to help you achieve the level of
54582 WELL 665SG SS Sat       9:00-5:00   4-102   Leary     0.5
   Date for WELL 665SG SS: 7/9                                    competency you desire both personally and
                                                                  professionally in the natural healing arts. We offer
                                                                  semester length and one day courses that cover a
                                                                  variety of wellness and massage therapy topics.




                                                                  Face and Décolleté Massage
                                                                  (CRN 54581 – one day class, 6/25)

                                                                  Introduction to Back Massage
                                                                  (CRN 54582 – one day class, 7/9)

                                                                  Introduction to Neck and Shoulder Massage
                                                                  (CRN 54583 – one day class, 7/23)

                                                                  Introduction to Hand Massage
                                                                  (CRN 54584 – one day class, 7/30)

                                                                  Introduction to Foot Massage
                                                                  (CRN 54585 – one day class, 8/6)

                                                                   COMING FALL 2011:
                                                                   500-Hour Massage Therapy Certif icate Program
                                                                   Two-semester course, Monday – Thursday evenings




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                                 Distance Learning
                                 If you have email and Internet access, you have everything you           BIOL 140 ANIMALS, PEOPLE & ENVIRONMENT
                                 need to take advantage of the opportunity to learn online!               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Animal behavior with
                                 Enrolling in online courses allows you to enjoy the benefits of          emphasis on human-animal relationships, animal populations,
                                 a traditional classroom education in a non-traditional way.              and wildlife protection. Transfer: UC; CSU (B2).
                                 Online courses provide you with the freedom to plan your
                                 coursework around your personal schedule while maintaining               54397 BIOL 140     OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE Bookstaff       3.0
                                 interaction with faculty and fellow students. Enter the “virtual            Dates for BIOL 140 OL: 6/20-8/4
                                 classroom” at any time of the day or night to participate in             Biology 140 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet
                                 meaningful class discussions, access course information and              access and email. Exams will be taken on campus or via approved
                                 lectures, work on challenging assignments, and take part in              proctored arrangements. Orientation is required and done
                                                                                                          online on or before June 21. Check instructor website at
                                 exciting group activities.
                                                                                                          http://www.smccd.net/accounts/bookstaffs for orientation
                                 Skyline offers two different types of distance learning. Online          and course information. Instructor email contact:
                                 courses are those in which no on-campus meetings are                     bookstaffs@smccd.edu.
                                 required. Hybrid courses are those which require one or more
                                 on-campus meetings.                                                      BUS. 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                                                                                                          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Survey of business
                                                                                                          functions and terminology; introduces career opportunities.
                                 Online Courses                                                           Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                                                                                                          50045 BUS. 100     OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Pate           3.0
                                 Online courses are those in which the instructor and student
                                                                                                              Dates for the OL section: 7/5-8/4
                                 are separated by distance for the entire course and can interact
                                 exclusively (100%) through the assistance of communication               BUS. 100 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                                                                                          Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                 technology. The course is conducted through a class website,
                                                                                                          pate@smccd.edu.
                                 which may include multimedia material and links to other
                                 online resources. Students interact with the instructor and              54148 BUS. 100     OM By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Pate          3.0
                                 other students through posted class discussions, direct                      Dates for the OM section: 7/5-8/4
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                                 individual communication and assignments (which may                      BUS. 100 OM is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                 include group work). Testing may be done online, via proctor-            Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                 ing arrangements, or other means. Instructors require no                 pate@smccd.edu.
                                 mandatory on-campus meetings. If an instructor wishes to
                                 incorporate on-campus meetings into the course, the instruc-             BUS. 103 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                                 tor/student will provide for alternative distance education                       INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                 means of student participation.                                          Prereq: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Recommended: Eligibility for
                                                                                                          ENGL 836. Introduction to computers and information systems,
                                 ACTG 194 INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS PRO 2007                             terminology, operating systems and applications, hardware,
                                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and READ 836.                      data communications, HTML, Internet issues, and object-orient-
                                 Introduction to the financial accounting features of QuickBooks          ed programming in Visual Basic. Plus one lab hr/wk by
                                 Pro. Transfer: CSU.                                                      arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU.

                                 53333 ACTG 194 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Richardson       1.0     50081 BUS. 103     OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE Motipara       3.0
                                     Dates for ACTG 194 OL: 6/20-7/7                                          Dates for BUS. 103 OL: 6/20-7/30
                                 ACTG 194 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have           BUS. 103 OM is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                 Internet access and an email address. Instructor email: richard-         Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                 sonl@smccd.edu.                                                          motipara@smccd.edu.

                                 ACTG 196 INTERMEDIATE QUICKBOOKS PRO 2007                                BUS. 245 INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMS BROKERAGE
                                 Prereq: ACTG 194 or equivalent. Financial accounting features            Recommended: ENGL 836 or equivalent. Introduction to basic
                                 of setting up and maintaining a computerized accounting                  regulations, procedures and documentation required in cus-
                                 system using the advanced features; covers complex issues                toms brokerage. Students will gain insight into U.S. Customs
                                 encountered with QuickBooks Pro. Transfer: CSU.                          Brokerage and help prepare for the Customs Broker examina-
                                                                                                          tion. Transfer: CSU.
                                 53628 ACTG 196 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Richardson     1.0
                                     Dates for ACTG 196 OL: 7/11-7/28                                     53220 BUS. 245     OL By Arr    24 Hours ONLINE Kilmartin        1.5
                                                                                                              Dates for BUS. 245 OL: 6/20-8/4
                                 ACTG 196 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                 Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:                  BUS. 245 OL is offered in an online format. Students must have
                                 richardsonl@smccd.edu.                                                   Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
                                                                                                          kilmartin@smccd.edu.
                                 ART 101 HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I
                                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. A survey of Ancient
                                 and Medieval art from Prehistoric to Early Renaissance.
                                 Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).
                                 53676 ART 101      OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Fischer          3.0
                                    Dates for ART 101 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                 ART 101 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                 and email. Instructor email: fischer@smccd.edu.




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                                                                       BUS 262 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL FORWARDING
                      Go Online                                                AND CARGO TRANSPORTATION
                                                                       Learn about international freight forwarding, shipper-carrier
       24 hours a day, 7 days a week                                   relationships, government regulation, and multi-model cargo
                                                                       transportation. Transfer: CSU.
         If you have email and Internet access, you have               54149 BUS. 262      OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE Guadamuz-Cabral 3.0
     everything you need to take advantage of the oppor-                   Dates for BUS. 262 OL: 6/20-8/11
     tunity to learn online! Enrolling in online courses               BUS. 262 OL is offered in an online format. In lieu of a textbook, stu-
     allows you to enjoy the benefits of a traditional class-          dents are required to register and pay a subscription fee to GISTnet
                                                                       for the online text and study materials. The course must be complet-
     room education in a non-traditional way. Online                   ed during the 8-week term in which it is scheduled. Students will
     courses provide you with the freedom to plan your                 need Internet access and a valid email address. Online orientation
     coursework around your personal schedule while                    on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Students must check
     maintaining interaction with faculty and fellow stu-              their college email and WebAccess for instructions from the instruc-
                                                                       tor. Instructor email: guadamuzcabralf@smccd.edu.
     dents. Enter the “virtual classroom” at any time of
     the day or night to participate in meaningful class               CAOT 214 WORD PROCESSING I: WORD
     discussions, access course information and lectures,              Prereq: Knowledge of computer keyboard. Hands-on approach
     work on challenging assignments, and take part in                 using a PC to learn concepts and practical applications of
     exciting group activities.                                        Microsoft Word to create, edit, format, manage and enhance
                                                                       documents. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated
         Students who have tried online classes tell us
                                                                       once for credit. Transfer: CSU.
     they prefer the independence of completing quality
     college courses via the Internet. Consider joining us             52708 CAOT 214 OL By Arr         16 Hours ONLINE Roumbanis        1.0
                                                                          Dates for CAOT 214 OL: 6/20-7/21
     on the Web!
                                                                       CAOT 214 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                                       and email. Email instructor at roumbanis@smccd.edu before first




                                                                                                                                                 D I S TA N C E L E A R N I N G
                                                                       scheduled class.

                                                                       CAOT 222 BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS I: POWERPOINT
      Select courses are offered online or hybrid*                     Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Learn Microsoft
                                                                       PowerPoint software to create effective business slide presen-
      in the following departments this summer                         tations. Course incorporates animation, sound and video clips,
                                                                       clip art and smart art. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be
          Accounting ~ Art ~ Biology ~ Business                        repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.
       Computer Applications & Office Technology
                                                                       53852 CAOT 222 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Motipara          1.0
         Dance ~ Economics ~ English ~ Fitness                            Dates for CAOT 222 OL: 6/20-7/14
   Health Science ~ History ~ Literature ~ Mathematics                 CAOT 222 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
        Music ~ Philosophy ~ Physical Education                        and email. Email instructor at motipara@smccd.edu before first
                                                                       scheduled class.
          Psychology ~ Real Estate ~ Sociology
                                                                       CAOT 225 SPREADSHEETS I: EXCEL
           *will include one or more on-campus meetings                Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Discover the power
                                                                       and speed that the MS Office Excel spreadsheet software pro-
                                                                       gram brings to creating worksheets, building formulas and
                                                                       built-in functions, and presenting data in graphic form with
                                                                       charts. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated once
BUS 258 CUSTOMS BROKER SERVICES AND REGULATIONS                        for credit. Transfer: CSU.
Learn U.S. import requirements and restrictions, broker work-
flow, types of customs “entries” and how brokers work with             52710 CAOT 225 OL By Arr         16 Hours ONLINE Roumbanis        1.0
importers, government agencies and transportation carriers.               Dates for CAOT 225 OL: 6/20-7/21
Transfer: CSU.                                                         CAOT 225 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                                       and email. Email instructor at roumbanis@smccd.edu before first
54223 BUS. 258     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Guadamuz-Cabral 3.0   scheduled class.
    Dates for BUS. 258 OL: 6/20-8/11
BUS. 258 OL is offered in an online format. In lieu of a textbook,     CAOT 230 DATABASE APPLICATIONS I: ACCESS
students are required to register and pay a subscription fee to        Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent and eligibility for
GISTnet for the online text and study materials. The course must be    ENGL 836. A hands-on introduction to Access, a Windows
completed during the 8-week term in which it is scheduled. Students    database software package for business data handling tasks.
will need Internet access and a valid email address. Online orienta-   Includes database design, business data input, storage,
tion on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Students must check
                                                                       retrieval, editing and reporting. Plus lab hours by arrangement.
their college email and WebAccess for instructions from the instruc-
tor. Instructor email: guadamuzcabralf@smccd.edu.                      May be repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                       52713 CAOT 230 OL By Arr        16 Hours ONLINE Fraser           1.0
                                                                          Dates for CAOT 230 OL: 6/20-7/14
                                                                       CAOT 230 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet
                                                                       access and email. Email instructor at fraserl@smccd.edu before first
                                                                       scheduled class.



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                                 CAOT 403 HTML & WEB AUTHORING APPLICATIONS I                            ENGL 110 COMPOSITION, LITERATURE &
                                 Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, either                       CRITICAL THINKING
                                 CAOT 104, CAOT 212, CAOT 214, or equivalent. Students will              Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105 with grade C or better. Introduction to
                                 learn how to create, edit, upload and link web pages for use on         the major imaginative genres of poetry, drama, and fiction.
                                 the Internet using HTML and DreamWeaver. Plus lab hours by              Students will write expository essays and other kinds of assign-
                                 arrangement. May be repeated for credit a maximum of three              ments employing methods of literary analysis and demonstrat-
                                 times. Transfer: CSU.                                                   ing skill in critical thinking. Transfer: UC; CSU (A2, A3, C2).
                                 52294 CAOT 403 OL By Arr        24 Hours ONLINE Motipara          1.5   53899 ENGL 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Powers           3.0
                                    Dates for CAOT 403 OL: 6/20-7/28                                        Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                                 CAOT 403 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access    ENGL 110 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                 and email. Email instructor at motipara@smccd.edu before first          and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                                 scheduled class.
                                                                                                         54053 ENGL 110    OM By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Powers              3.0
                                 CAOT 410 PHOTOSHOP ESSENTIALS                                              Dates for the OM section: 6/20-7/28
                                                 Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Use                ENGL 110 OM is offered in an online format. Requires Internet
                                 P C / MAC       Photoshop to digitally convert, edit and design
                                                                                                         access and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                                  F R I E N D LY your own scanned photographs and graphics.
                                                                                                         ENGL 165 CRITICAL THINKING & ADVANCED COMPOSITION
                                 See how easy it is to organize, clean up old photos and create
                                                                                                         Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105 with grade of C or better. Course will
                                 exciting new images for the web, print and other current digital
                                                                                                         teach students to use critical thinking, reading, and writing
                                 media formats. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeat-
                                                                                                         skills through discussion of ideas and a progression of argu-
                                 ed for credit a maximum of three times. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                                         mentative writing assignments. Transfer: UC; CSU (A3).
                                 54164 CAOT 410 OL By Arr         24 Hours ONLINE Cervantes        1.5
                                                                                                         54279 ENGL 165 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Tindall          3.0
                                    Dates for CAOT 410 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                            Dates for ENGL 165 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                 CAOT 410 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                                                                         ENGL 165 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                 and email. Email instructor at cervantes@smccd.edu before first
                                                                                                         and email. Instructor email: tindallr@smccd.edu.
D I S TA N C E L E A R N I N G




                                 scheduled class.

                                 DANC 680SC DANCE APPRECIATION                                           FITN 680SG INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR TRAINING
                                            An online course designed to give the student an             An online fitness course utilizing technology to verify perform-
                                  N ew ! overview of dance history. Beginning with classical             ance via self-reported cardiovascular exercise, assignments,
                                 era folk and ethnic dance, this course will survey the develop-         testing and discussion. Students will learn to improve fitness
                                 ment of Modern, Ballet, Jazz and other dance forms. Focusing            through the use of cardiovascular exercise. Students are
                                 largely on the 20th Century, students will read, write, and             required to have an iPOD Nano and Nike + iPOD Sport Kit or
                                 watch videos to form an overview of the history of dance and            Nike + Sportband. Transfer: CSU.
                                 the historical events that influenced the major choreographers          54515 FITN 680SG OL By Arr       64 Hours ONLINE Corsiglia          2.0
                                 of the 20th Century. NOTE: This course is not activity-based               Dates for FITN 680SG OL: 6/20-8/11
                                 and is not applicable to the specific area requirement in               FITN 680SG OL is taught in an online format. For more information
                                 Physical Education for the Associate Degree. Transfer: CSU.             on the class and orientation, please contact Kevin Corsiglia at (650)
                                                                                                         738-4214, or email corsigliak@smccd.edu.
                                 54541 DANC 680SC OL By Arr      48 Hours ONLINE Steele         3.0
                                    Dates for DANC 680SC OL: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                         HIST 310 CALIFORNIA HISTORY
                                 DANC 680SC OL is taught in an online format. For more information,      Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
                                 please contact Amber Steele at (650) 378-7301 x19365, or email
                                                                                                         An historical survey of the social, economic, political, and cul-
                                 steelea@smccd.edu.
                                                                                                         tural development of California from the Indian and Spanish
                                 ENGL 100 COMPOSITION                                                    period to the present. Partially satisfies American History and
                                 Writing Prereq: ENGL 836 or ESOL 400 or ENGL 846 with a                 Institutions requirement. Transfer: UC; CSU (D2a).
                                 grade of C or better, or eligibility for ENGL 100 on approved           54240 HIST 310     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Ulloa             3.0
                                 college placement tests and other measures as necessary.                   Dates for HIST 310 OL: 6/20-7/28
                                 Reading Prereq: READ 836 with Credit or a grade of C or better,         HIST 310 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                 or ESOL 400 with a grade of C or better, or ENGL 846 with a             and email. Instructor email: ulloaj@smccd.edu.
                                 grade of C or better, or eligibility for 400-level Reading courses
                                 on approved college Reading placement test, and other meas-             MATH 120 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                                 ures as necessary. Writing practice based on a study of the             Prereq: Completion of MATH 110 or MATH 112 with a grade of
                                 form and content of the essay. Transfer: UC; CSU (A2, A3).              C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other
                                                                                                         measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Review/extension of
                                 53661 ENGL 100 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Powers           3.0
                                    Dates for the OL section: 6/20-7/28
                                                                                                         elementary algebra through exponential, logarithmic, polyno-
                                                                                                         mial, radical, and rational functions. An emphasis on modeling
                                 ENGL 100 OL is offered in an online format. Requires Internet access
                                                                                                         real life situations. Plus one hr/wk by arrangement. NOTE: TI-83
                                 and email. Instructor email: powersj@smccd.edu.
                                                                                                         or TI-84 Graphing Calculator required.
                                 54050 ENGL 100 OM By Arr        48 Hours ONLINE Christensen       3.0
                                    Dates for the OM section: 6/20-7/28                                  54273 MATH 120 OL By Arr      80 Hours ONLINE        Moss           5.0
                                                                                                            Dates for MATH 120 OL: 6/20-8/4
                                 ENGL 100 OM is offered in an online format. Requires Internet
                                 access and email. Instructor email: christenseng@smccd.edu.




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MATH 120 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet             PSYC 200 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
access and email. Exams will be taken on-campus or via approved          Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100. Survey course examin-
proctored arrangements. An online Orientation is required
                                                                         ing physical, cognitive and psychological changes that occur
on or before June 21. Check instructor website at http://www.
smccd.edu/accounts/moss for orientation and course information.
                                                                         across the life span. Models, influences and research relevant
Instructor email contact: moss@smccd.edu.                                to human development will be presented. Transfer: UC;
                                                                         CSU (D3, E1).
MATH 200 PROBABILITY & STATISTICS                                        54144 PSYC 200 OL By Arr         48 Hours ONLINE Lynn             3.0
Prereq: Completion of MATH 120 or MATH 123 with a grade of                  Dates for PSYC 200 OL: 6/20-7/28
C or better, or appropriate placement test score and other
                                                                         PSYC 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
measures as appropriate, or equivalent. Measures of central              and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.
tendency and dispersion, sampling distributions and statistical
inference, regression and correlation. Plus one hr/wk by                 PSYC 410 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
arrangement. NOTE: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator                               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. Symptoms,
required. Transfer: UC; CSU (B4).                                         N ew !    causes and treatments of psychological disorders are
53951 MATH 200 OL By Arr         64 Hours ONLINE Kazaryan          4.0   examined. Topics include personality disorders, depression,
   Dates for MATH 200 OL: 6/20-8/4                                       bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other related dis-
MATH 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires internet access      orders. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
and email. Course orientation and testing information will be sent to    54529 PSYC 410     OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE Merrill-Sinarle 3.0
registered students at their my.smccd.edu email account. Instructor         Dates for PSYC 410 OL: 6/20-7/28
email: kazaryan@smccd.edu.
                                                                         PSYC 200 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
MUS. 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC                                           and email. Instructor email: merrill@smccd.edu.
Establishes a basic musical vocabulary for students who wish             SOCI 110 COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
to begin the study of music. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).
                                                                         Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
53194 MUS. 100 OL By Arr        48 Hours ONLINE Millar             3.0   The family as an institution in relation to other aspects of socie-




                                                                                                                                                   D I S TA N C E L E A R N I N G
   Dates for MUS. 100 OL: 6/20-8/4                                       ty; dating and courtship. Also listed as PSYC 110. Transfer: UC;
MUS. 100 OL is taught in an online format. Students should               CSU (D3).
review the information on the online bulletin board for this class
                                                                         54188 SOCI 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Lynn              3.0
before enrolling: http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/millar/
                                                                            Dates for SOCI 110 OL: 6/20-7/28
music_100ol.htm.
                                                                         SOCI 110 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
MUS. 202 MUSIC APPRECIATION                                              and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
The learning of effective music listening skills to enhance
musical enjoyment. Transfer: UC; CSU (C1).                               Hybrid Courses
52939 MUS. 202 OL By Arr        48 Hours ONLINE Millar             3.0   Hybrid courses are those that substitute more than half of the
   Dates for MUS. 202 OL: 6/20-8/11                                      face-to-face instructional hours with online work. The course
MUS. 202 OL is taught in an online format. Students should               may have some regularly scheduled on-campus meetings
review the information on the online bulletin board for this class       without alternative distance education means of student
before enrolling: http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/millar/                  participation.
new_page_2.htm.

PSYC 100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY                                              BUS. 485 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
                                                                         Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Students
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent.
                                                                         develop a basic background in medical terminology as used by
Introduction to the scientific study of animal and human behav-
                                                                         medical transcriptionists, court reporters, law-related occupa-
ior including habits, perception, motives, emotions, cognition
                                                                         tions, and allied health occupations. Also listed as HSCI 484.
and personality. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                                                                         Transfer: CSU.
53670 PSYC 100     OL By Arr    48 Hours ONLINE McClain-Rocha3.0
   Dates for PSYC 100 OL: 6/20-7/28                                      54225 BUS. 485     HX By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Holland        3.0
                                                                            Dates for BUS. 485 HX: 6/20-8/11
PSYC 100 OL is taught in an online format. Requires internet access
and email. Instructor email: mcclainrochak@smccd.edu.                    BUS. 485 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must
                                                                         have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on
PSYC 110 COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE & FAMILY                                    Thursday, June 23, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in Room 8302 – attendance
                                                                         required. Instructor email: hollandc@smccd.edu.
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
The family as an institution in relation to other aspects of socie-
ty; dating and courtship. Also listed as SOCI 110. Transfer: UC;
CSU (D3).
54151 PSYC 110     OL By Arr     48 Hours ONLINE Lynn             3.0
   Dates for PSYC 110 OL: 6/20-7/28
PSYC 110 OL is taught in an online format. Requires Internet access
and email. Instructor email: lynnd@smccd.edu.




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                                 CAOT 100 BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING                               ECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
                                 Short course for students who want to learn how to type and           Prereq: ECON 100. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and
                                 develop skill using the computer keyboard. Typing drills only.        MATH 110. The economic system and its problems; the func-
                                 Plus lab hours by arrangement. May be repeated once for               tioning of the market, pricing of products, the determination of
                                 credit. NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials              wages, international trade. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).
                                 charge of $3. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                                                       53101 ECON 102 H8 By Arr       48 Hours HYBRID Kress            3.0
                                 50179 CAOT 100 HX By Arr          24 Hours HYBRID Gianoli       1.5       Dates for ECON 102 H8: 6/20-8/11
                                    Dates for CAOT 100 HX: 6/20-7/14                                   ECON 102 H8 will be held online and on campus. There are four
                                 CAOT 100 HX will be held online and on campus. Students               required on-campus meetings for orientation and testing. Mandatory
                                 must have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meet-     orientation meeting on campus on Monday, June 20, from 6:00 to
                                 ing on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Room 8119 –           6:50 pm, in Room 2306.
                                 ATTENDANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to
                                 Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.                     ENGL 161 CREATIVE WRITING I
                                                                                                                 Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
                                 CAOT 101 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING SKILL BUILDING                           N ew !   The craft of writing short stories, sketches, poetry,
                                 Prereq: Ability to type without looking at the keyboard.              short dramas and other literary forms. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).
                                 Students improve keyboarding speed and accuracy on com-
                                 puters. Typing drills only. Plus lab hours by arrangement.            54513 ENGL 161    HX By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Hibble          3.0
                                                                                                          Dates for ENGL 161 HX: 6/20-7/28
                                 May be repeated for credit up to a maximum of 6 units.
                                 NOTE: This course has a non-refundable materials charge of            ENGL 161 HX will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                 $3. Transfer: CSU.                                                    access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation
                                                                                                       meeting on Monday, June 20, 6:00-6:50 pm, in Room 2117A.
                                 50181 CAOT 101 HX By Arr          24 Hours HYBRID Gianoli       1.5
                                    Dates for CAOT 101 HX: 6/20-7/14                                   ENGL 162 CREATIVE WRITING II
                                 CAOT 101 HX will be held online and on campus. Students                          Prereq: Completion of ENGL 161. Continuation of
                                 must have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meet-      N ew !    the craft of writing short stories and poetry. Transfer:
                                 ing on Monday, June 20, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Room 8119 –           UC; CSU.
D I S TA N C E L E A R N I N G




                                 ATTENDANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to
                                 Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.                     54514 ENGL 162 HX By Arr        48 Hours HYBRID Hibble          3.0
                                                                                                          Dates for ENGL 162 HX: 6/20-7/28
                                 CAOT 200 INTRODUCTION TO MS OFFICE SUITE                              ENGL 162 HX will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                 Recommended: CAOT 104 or equivalent. Students learn the               access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation
                                 essentials of Microsoft Office Suite applications: Word, Excel,       meeting on Monday, June 20, 6:00-6:50 pm, in Room 2117A.
                                 PowerPoint and Access. This course provides a basic introduc-
                                 tion to MS Office Suite and prepares the student for in-depth
                                                                                                       HIST 201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I
                                 learning for the more advanced elements of Word, Excel,               Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or equivalent.
                                 PowerPoint and Access. Plus lab hours by arrangement. May             U.S. History to the mid-19th century. Partially satisfies
                                 be repeated once for credit. Transfer: CSU.                           American History and Institutions requirement. Transfer: UC;
                                                                                                       CSU (D1).
                                 51653 CAOT 200 H6 By Arr          32 Hours HYBRID Gianoli       2.0
                                    Dates for CAOT 200 H6: 6/20-7/28                                   53943 HIST 201    H6 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Wong             3.0
                                                                                                          Dates for HIST 201 H6: 6/20-7/28
                                 CAOT 200 H6 will be held online and on campus. Students
                                 must have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meet-     HIST 201 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                 ing on Monday, June 20, from 8:10 to 9:30 pm in Room 8119 –           access and email. Orientation meeting on Monday, June 20, from
                                 ATTENDANCE REQUIRED. Students must email instructor prior to          1:00-2:00 pm, in Room 1219B. Instructor email: wongja@smccd.edu.
                                 Orientation. Instructor email: gianoli@smccd.edu.
                                                                                                       HIST 202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II
                                 ECON 100 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS                                           Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or 105, or
                                 Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and MATH 110. The
                                                                                                        N ew !   equivalent. U.S. History from the mid-19th century to
                                 economic system and its problems; determination of the level          the present. Partially satisfies American History and Institutions
                                 of output; prices, monetary theory, government policies and           requirement. Transfer: UC; CSU (D1).
                                 economic growth. Transfer: UC; CSU (D3).                              54519 HIST 202    H6 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Messner          3.0
                                 53100 ECON 100 H8 By Arr       48 Hours HYBRID Kress            3.0      Dates for HIST 202 H6: 6/20-7/28
                                     Dates for ECON 100 H8: 6/20-8/11                                  HIST 202 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet
                                 ECON 100 H8 will be held online and on campus. There are four         access and email. Orientation meeting on Monday, June 20, from
                                 required on-campus meetings for orientation and testing. Mandatory    6:00-7:00 pm, in Room 1111. Instructor email:
                                 orientation meeting on campus on Monday, June 20, from 5:00 to        messnerm@smccd.edu.
                                 5:50 pm, in Room 2306.




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HSCI 484 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                            R.E. 110 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. Students           Practical application of real estate skills in the field and office
develop a basic background in medical terminology as used by            environments. Course is designed to meet the needs of buyers,
medical transcriptionists, court reporters, law-related occupa-         seller, lessors and lessees to ensure success as a realtor.
tions, and allied health occupations. Also listed as BUS. 485.          Transfer: CSU.
May be repeated for credit. Transfer: CSU.
                                                                        53349 R.E. 110      H8 By Arr    48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall        3.0
54317 HSCI 484     HX By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Holland        3.0       Dates for R.E. 110 H8: 6/20-8/11
   Dates for HSCI 484 HX: 6/20-8/4                                      R.E. 110 H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will
HSCI 484 HX will be held online and on campus. Students must            meet on campus on Thursday, August 11, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, in
have Internet access and an email address. Orientation meeting on       Room 8302. Remaining class time will be online. Students must
Thursday, June 23, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in Room 8302 – attendance       have Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:
required. Instructor email: hollandc@smccd.edu.                         nuttalla@smccd.edu.

LIT. 101 CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE                                        R.E. 680SA REAL ESTATE FINANCE
Prereq: ENGL 100 or 105. Contemporary writers describe and                        Explore all aspects of real estate financing, which
analyze contemporary problems. In the hope that it can be                N ew !   include the mortgage industry, finance instruments,
a valid experience to use against the confusion and tragedy of          loan applications, the financing process, qualifying the buyer
life, a representative selection of fiction, poetry and drama           and property, conventional and government loan programs,
since World War II will be interpreted. Transfer: UC; CSU (C2).         and Fair Lending and Consumer Protection and Risk Analysis.
                                                                        Real Estate License core course. Transfer: CSU.
53940 LIT. 101      H6 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Hibble        3.0
    Dates for LIT. 101 H6: 6/20-7/28                                    54579 R.E. 680SA H8 By Arr       48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall         3.0
LIT. 101 H6 will be held online and on campus. Requires Internet            Dates for R.E. 680SA H8: 6/20-8/11
access and email. Instructor email: hibblea@smccd.edu. Orientation      R.E. 680SA H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will
meeting on Monday, June 20, from 6:50 to 7:40 pm, in Room 2117A.        meet on campus on Wednesday, August 10, from 6:30 to 9:20 pm,
                                                                        in Room 8302. Remaining class time will be online. Students must
PHIL 103 CRITICAL THINKING                                              have Internet access and an email address. Instructor email:




                                                                                                                                                 D I S TA N C E L E A R N I N G
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836. An informal logic and            nuttalla@smccd.edu.
language course that develops general learning skills, aids to
understanding, and creative problem solving. Plus one lab
hr/wk by arrangement. Transfer: UC; CSU (A3).
54520 PHIL 103    H8 By Arr      48 Hours HYBRID Colombetti       3.0
   Dates for PHIL 103 H8: 6/20-8/11
PHIL 103 H8 will be held online and on campus. Orientation meeting
on Tuesday, June 21, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm, in Room 8213. Instructor
email: colombetti@smccd.edu.

P.E. 152 THEORY OF SPORT & FITNESS MANAGEMENT
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 or equivalent. An
overview of sport management at the professional, collegiate
and recreational levels. Career opportunities in the field of
sport management are discussed. NOTE: This course is not
activity-based and is not applicable to the specific area
requirement in Physical Education for the Associate Degree.
Transfer: CSU.
54433 P.E. 152      H6 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Piergrossi      3.0
    Dates for P.E. 152 H6: 6/20-7/28
P.E. 152 H6 will be held online and on campus. Orientation
meeting on campus on Monday, June 20, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm, in
Portable 3A. For more information, please contact Justin Piergrossi
at (650) 738-4367, or email piergrossij@smccd.edu.

R.E. 100 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 836 and MATH 110. Study
of real and personal property, joint tenancies, partnerships,
sales contracts, homesteads, deeds and taxes; financing real
estate practices; industry regulation. Transfer: CSU.
53208 R.E. 100     H8 By Arr     48 Hours HYBRID Nuttall          3.0
   Dates for R.E. 100 H8: 6/20-8/11
R.E. 100 H8 will be held online and on campus. Class will meet on
campus on Tuesday, August 9, from 6:30 to 9:35 pm, in Room 8302.
Remaining class time will be online. Students must have Internet
access and an email address. Instructor email: nuttalla@smccd.edu.




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                       Summer Classes By Session
                            CRN         COURSE                  TITLE                                                           DAY           TIME      UNIT(S)          DATES

                            SIX-WEEK SESSION (Classes begin the week of June 20th)
                            50001       ACTG 100 A6             Accounting Procedures                                           MTWTh     8:10-10:15         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            54109       ADAP 358 A6             Adapted Strength Development                                    MTWTh    10:30-12:35         1.0        6/20-7/28
                            54111       ADAP 359 B6             Balance/Functional Movement for the Physically Limited          By Arr      8 Hrs/Wk         1.0        6/20-7/28
                            53227       ADMJ 100 A6             Introduction to Administration of Justice                       MTWTh     8:10-10:15         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            53239       ADMJ 102 A6             Principles and Procedures of Justice                            MTWTh    10:30-12:35         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            53414       ANTH 110 A6             Cultural Anthropology                                           MTWTh     8:10-10:15         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            53697       ANTH 125 A6             Physical Anthropology                                           MTWTh    10:30-12:35         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            53676       ART 101 OL              History of Western Art I                                        By Arr      48 Hours         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            54509       ART 102 A6              History of Western Art II                                       MTWTh     8:10-10:15         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            53079       ART 115 AX              Art, Music and Ideas                                            MTWTh    10:30-12:35         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            51031       ART 204 AX              Drawing I                                                       MTWTh    10:30-12:50         2.0        6/20-7/28
                            51046       ART 205 AX              Drawing II                                                      MTWTh    10:30-12:50         2.0        6/20-7/28
                            51717       ART 221 AX              Painting I                                                      MTWTh    10:30-12:50         2.0        6/20-7/28
                            51718       ART 222 AX              Painting II                                                     MTWTh    10:30-12:50         2.0        6/20-7/28
                            51698       ART 351 A6              Black and White Photography I                                   MTWTh     10:30-2:40         3.0        6/20-7/28
                            54316       ART 665SP A6            Explorations in Clay                                            TTh       9:00-12:25         2.0        6/21-7/28
                                                                                                                                T          1:30- 4:30
                            53359       ASL 111 A6              American Sign Language I                                        MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            50029       AUTO 708 J6             Automotive Principles Lab                                       TTh        6:00- 9:35     1.0-2.0       6/21-7/28
                            54140       AUTO 710 J6             Fundamentals of Auto Technology                                 MTWTh     6:00-10:00          4.0        6/20- 8/1
                            50081       BUS. 103 OL             Intro to Business Information Systems                           By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/30
                            51653       CAOT 200 H6             Introduction to MS Office Suite                                 By Arr      32 Hours          2.0       6/20-7/28
                            52294       CAOT 403 OL             HTML & Web Authoring Applications I                             By Arr      24 Hours          1.5       6/20-7/28
                            54164       CAOT 410 OL             Photoshop Essentials                                            By Arr      24 Hours          1.5       6/20-7/28
                            54438       CAOT 416 A6             Adobe InDesign Essentials                                       MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53120       COUN 100 A6             College Success                                                 MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53875       DANC 152 J6             Cuban Roots of Salsa                                            T          6:00- 9:40         0.5       6/21-7/26
                            53353       DANC 161 J6             Tango Argentino                                                 W         7:15-10:55          0.5       6/22-7/27
                            54113       DANC 350 A6             Cardio Dance                                                    TTh       12:45-2:35          0.5       6/21-7/28
                            54541       DANC 680SC OL           Dance Appreciation                                              By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            52303       ECE. 201 AX             Child Development                                               MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            50792       ECON 100 A6             Principles of Macroeconomics                                    MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53416       ECON 100 B6             Principles of Macroeconomics                                    MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            51441       ECON 102 A6             Principles of Microeconomics                                    MTWTh     12:45-2:50          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53415       ECON 102 B6             Principles of Microeconomics                                    MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53361       ENGL 100 A6             Composition                                                     MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            50091       ENGL 100 B6             Composition                                                     MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53362       ENGL 100 C6             Composition                                                     MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            50090       ENGL 100 D6             Composition                                                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53739       ENGL 100 E6             Composition                                                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            52197       ENGL 100 F6             Composition                                                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53661       ENGL 100 OL             Composition                                                     By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54050       ENGL 100 OM             Composition                                                     By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53748       ENGL 110 A6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53740       ENGL 110 B6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking – Scholar-Athlete   MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            50094       ENGL 110 C6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54049       ENGL 110 D6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking – Scholar-Athlete   MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54059       ENGL 110 E6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            52722       ENGL 110 F6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     MTWTh     8:00-10:25          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53363       ENGL 110 G6             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53899       ENGL 110 OL             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54053       ENGL 110 OM             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking                     By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54513       ENGL 161 HX             Creative Writing I                                              By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54514       ENGL 162 HX             Creative Writing II                                             By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
CL A SSES BY SESSION




                            54279       ENGL 165 OL             Critical Thinking & Adv. Composition                            By Arr      48 Hours          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54505       ENGL 875 A6             English Grammar                                                 MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54511       ESOL 873 A6             Intermediate ESL Grammar                                        MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            53886       FITN 112 J6             Cross Training                                                  MW          5:15-7:20         0.5       6/20-7/27
                            54439       FITN 116 A6             Body Conditioning                                               MW       10:30-12:35          0.5       6/20-7/27
                            53887       FITN 205 A6             Weight Conditioning                                             TTh       8:10-10:10          0.5       6/21-7/28
                            53366       FITN 205 J6             Weight Conditioning                                             TTh         5:30-7:10         0.5       6/21-7/28
                            53607       FITN 301 A6             Spinning®                                                       TWTh      9:00-10:10          0.5       6/21-7/28
                            53171       FITN 301 B6             Spinning®                                                       MTWTh    10:30-12:35          1.0       6/20-7/28
                            53183       FITN 301 J6             Spinning®                                                       MW          5:00-7:05         0.5       6/20-7/27
                            53976       FITN 332 A6             Stretching and Flexibility                                      MTWTh     12:45-2:50          1.0       6/20-7/28
                            52435       FITN 334 A6             Yoga                                                            MTWTh     8:10-10:15          1.0       6/20-7/28
                            53399       FITN 334 B6             Yoga                                                            TTh      10:30-12:10          0.5       6/21-7/28
                            52268       FITN 334 J6             Yoga                                                            MW         7:15- 9:20         0.5       6/20-7/27
                            53172       FITN 334 K6             Yoga                                                            TTh         5:30-7:10         0.5       6/21-7/28
                            53053       FITN 335 A6             Pilates                                                         MTWTh    10:30-12:35          1.0       6/20-7/28
                            52906       FITN 335 B6             Pilates                                                         MW        1:35- 3:40          0.5       6/20-7/27
                            53066       FITN 335 J6             Pilates                                                         MW          5:00-7:05         0.5       6/20-7/27
                            53054       FITN 335 K6             Pilates                                                         TTh         5:30-7:10         0.5       6/21-7/28
                            52292       HIST 100 A6             History of Western Civilization I                               MTWTh    10:30-12:35          3.0       6/20-7/28
                            54575       HIST 106 A6             World Civilizations II                                          MTWTh     8:10-10:15          3.0       6/20-7/28




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     CRN        COURSE         TITLE                                      DAY             TIME       UNIT(S)                DATES

     53906      HIST 108 A6    Survey of American History                 MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     51440      HIST 201 A6    United States History I                    MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53943      HIST 201 H6    United States History I                    By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53907      HIST 202 A6    United States History II                   MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54519      HIST 202 H6    United States History II                   By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53905      HIST 240 A6    History of Ethnic Groups in California     MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     51041      HIST 310 A6    California History                         MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     54240      HIST 310 OL    California History                         By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53375      HSCI 100 A6    General Health Education                   MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     52716      HSCI 130 A6    Human Sexuality                            MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54126      INDV 101 AX    Beginning Archery                          MW           12:10-2:15           0.5             6/20-7/27
     54127      INDV 105 AX    Intermediate Archery                       MW          12:10- 2:15           0.5             6/20-7/27
     54530      INDV 169 AZ    Golf Swing Analysis                        MW           8:10-10:15           0.5             6/20-7/27
     53940      LIT. 101 H6    Contemporary Literature                    By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54260      MATH 130 A6    Trigonometry                               MTWTh       10:30-1:00            4.0             6/20-7/28
     51103      MATH 200 A6    Probability and Statistics                 MTWTh       8:10-10:40            4.0             6/20-7/28
     53393      MATH 200 B6    Probability and Statistics                 MTWTh        11:10-1:40           4.0             6/20-7/28
     53421      MATH 270 A6    Linear Algebra                             MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     54362      MATH 270 AH    Linear Algebra – Honors                    MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     53080      MUS. 115 AX    Music, Art and Ideas                       MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     50164      MUS. 202 A6    Music Appreciation                         MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     51630      MUS. 250 A6    World Music                                MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53081      MUS. 301 A6    Piano I                                    MTWTh        8:10-10:15           2.0             6/20-7/28
     54433      P.E. 152 H6    Theory of Sport & Fitness Management       By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/29
     53624      PHIL 100 A6    Introduction to Philosophy                 MTWTh       12:45-2:50            3.0             6/20-7/28
     52941      PHIL 240 A6    Introduction to Ethics                     MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     53410      PLSC 200 A6    National, State and Local Government       MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     52299      PLSC 200 J6    National, State and Local Government       MW          6:00-10:10            3.0             6/20-7/27
     52428      PLSC 210 A6    American Politics                          MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53651      PLSC 301 A6    California, State and Local Government     MTWTh       12:45-2:50            3.0             6/20-7/28
     50193      PSYC 100 A6    General Psychology                         MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     54226      PSYC 100 B6    General Psychology                         MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53670      PSYC 100 OL    General Psychology                         By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54151      PSYC 110 OL    Courtship, Marriage and Family             By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54521      PSYC 171 A6    Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology       MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     52824      PSYC 200 A6    Developmental Psychology                   MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54144      PSYC 200 OL    Developmental Psychology                   By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     50199      PSYC 201 AX    Child Development                          MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54440      PSYC 410 A6    Abnormal Psychology                        MTWTh       12:45-2:50            3.0             6/20-7/28
     54529      PSYC 410 OL    Abnormal Psychology                        By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     50206      SOCI 100 A6    Introduction to Sociology                  MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     54188      SOCI 110 OL    Courtship, Marriage and Family             By Arr        48 Hours            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53620      SPCH 100 A6    Public Speaking                            MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     53747      SPCH 100 B6    Public Speaking                            MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     50213      SPCH 120 A6    Interpersonal Communication                MTWTh        8:10-10:15           3.0             6/20-7/28
     53385      SPCH 120 B6    Interpersonal Communication                MTWTh      10:30-12:35            3.0             6/20-7/28
     53376      TEAM 111 AX    Beginning Basketball                       MTWTh      10:30-12:35            1.0             6/20-7/28
     53378      TEAM 111 BX    Beginning Basketball                       MTWTh        8:10-10:15           1.0             6/20-7/28
     53893      TEAM 112 A6    Basketball: Adv. Competition Strategies    MTWTh         2:15- 4:20          1.0             6/20-7/28
     53377      TEAM 115 AX    Advanced Basketball                        MTWTh      10:30-12:35            1.0             6/20-7/28
     53379      TEAM 115 BX    Advanced Basketball                        MTWTh        8:10-10:15           1.0             6/20-7/28
     53609      TEAM 116 J6    Basketball: Individual Skill Development   MW           5:00- 9:10           1.0             6/20-7/27
     53175      TEAM 145 A6    Advanced Soccer                            MTWTh       12:45-2:50            1.0             6/20-7/28
     53612      TEAM 179 J6    Tournament Volleyball                      TTh           7:15- 8:55          0.5             6/21-7/27




                                                                                                                                                 CL A SSES BY SESSION
     SEVEN-WEEK SESSION (Classes begin the week of June 20th)
     50002      ACTG 100 J7    Accounting Procedures                      MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50003      ACTG 121 A7    Financial Accounting                       MTWTh       8:10-10:20            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
     52794      ACTG 131 A7    Managerial Accounting                      MTWTh      10:30-12:40            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
     54503      ANTH 110 J7    Cultural Anthropology                      TTh          6:00- 9:15           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     53904      ANTH 125 J7    Physical Anthropology                      MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     54510      ART 130 J7     Art Appreciation                           TTh         7:00-10:25            3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     54417      ART 405 LX     Sculpture I                                MW          6:00-10:30            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     54418      ART 406 LX     Sculpture II                               MW          6:00-10:30            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     54419      ART 407 LX     Sculpture III: Direct Metal                MW          6:00-10:30            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     54517      ART 667SB LX   Plaster Sculpture                          MW          6:00-10:30            3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50025      ASL 111 J7     American Sign Language I                   MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     53950      ASTR 100 J7    Introduction to Astronomy                  TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     50039      BIOL 110 A7    Principles of Biology                      MTWTh       8:30-10:00            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
                               LAB                                        MW          10:30-1:55
     51495      BIOL 110 B7    Principles Of Biology                      MTWTh       8:30-10:00            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
                               LAB                                        TTh         10:30-1:55
     53082      BIOL 130 A7    Human Biology                              TTh         12:45- 4:00           3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50040      BIOL 130 J7    Human Biology                              MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3




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                            CRN         COURSE                  TITLE                                         DAY           TIME      UNIT(S)        DATES

                            54516       BIOL   140 A7           Animals, People and Environment               MW        12:45- 4:10       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            54397       BIOL   140 OL           Animals, People and Environment               By Arr     48 Hours         3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            53210       BIOL   150 J7           Introduction to Marine Biology                TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            50042       BIOL   240 A7           General Microbiology                          MTWTh    10:30-12:00        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     8:30-10:00
                            51965       BIOL 240 B7             General Microbiology                          MTWTh    10:30-12:00        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     12:30-2:00
                            53352       BIOL 240 C7             General Microbiology                          MTWTh    10:30-12:00        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh      2:30- 4:00
                            53213       BIOL 250 A7             Human Anatomy                                 MTWTh    10:30-12:00        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     8:30-10:00
                            53958       BIOL 250 J7             Human Anatomy                                 MW         2:30- 6:00       4.0        6/20- 8/3
                                                                LAB                                           MW        6:30-10:00
                            53962       BIOL 250 K7             Human Anatomy                                 TTh        2:30- 6:00       4.0        6/21- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           TTh       6:30-10:00
                            53211       BIOL 260 A7             Introduction to Physiology                    MTWTh     8:30-10:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     10:30-1:55
                            50048       BUS. 120 J7             Mathematical Analysis for Business            MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50051       BUS. 123 J7             Statistics                                    TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            50777       BUS. 201 J7             Business Law                                  TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            53220       BUS. 245 OL             Introduction to Customs Brokerage             By Arr     24 Hours         1.5        6/20- 8/4
                            54588       BUS. 485 J7             Medical Terminology                           MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50057       CHEM 192 A7             Introductory Chemistry                        MTWTh    11:00-12:30        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MW         1:00- 4:25
                            51310       CHEM 192 B7             Introductory Chemistry                        MTWTh    11:00-12:30        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           TTh        1:00- 4:25
                            51423       CHEM 210 A7             General Chemistry I                           MTWTh      1:00-2:30        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     8:30-11:55
                            54543       CHEM 210 B7             General Chemistry I                           MTWTh    10:30-12:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh      1:00- 4:25
                            51645       CHEM 220 A7             General Chemistry II                          MTWTh     8:30-10:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MTWTh     10:40-2:00
                            53106       CHEM 410 A7             Chemistry for Health Sciences                 MTWTh     12:45-2:15        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           MW        8:30-12:00
                            53107       CHEM 410 B7             Chemistry for Health Sciences                 MTWTh     12:45-2:15        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                                                                LAB                                           TTh       8:30-12:00
                            54542       DANC 166 J7             Tango de la Guardia Vieja                     M          6:00- 9:40       0.5        6/20- 8/1
                            52042       ECE. 201 JX             Child Development                             MW         6:00- 9:25       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            53433       ECE. 201 KX             Child Development                             TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            52085       ECE. 210 J7             Early Childhood Education Principles          MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            52736       ECE. 211 J7             Early Childhood Education Curriculum          TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            51842       ECE. 212 J7             Child, Family and Community                   TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            54570       ECE. 314 J7             Health/Safety/Nutrition for Young Children    MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            54571       ECE. 333 J7             Observational and Assessment                  MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50088       ECON 100 J7             Principles of Macroeconomics                  MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50089       ECON 102 J7             Principles of Microeconomics                  TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            54066       ENGL 100 J7             Composition                                   MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50092       ENGL 100 K7             Composition                                   MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50093       ENGL 100 L7             Composition                                   TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            52886       ENGL 100 M7             Composition                                   TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54067       ENGL 110 J7             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking   MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50097       ENGL 110 K7             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking   MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            52125       ENGL 110 L7             Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking   TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            53367       ENGL 846 A7             Reading and Writing Connections               MTWTh     10:30-1:20        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54504       ENGL 846 B7             Reading and Writing Connections               MTWTh     8:30-11:20        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            53073       ENGL 846 C7             Reading and Writing Connections               MTWTh     8:30-11:20        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54512       ESOL 863 A7             Intermediate ESL Reading and Writing          MTWTh    10:30-12:40        4.0        6/20- 8/4
CL A SSES BY SESSION




                            52541       ESOL 875 J7             Advanced ESL Grammar and Editing              TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            53867       FILI 111 J7             Elementary Filipino I                         TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54434       GEOG 150 J7             World Regional Geography                      MW         6:00- 9:25       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            52731       GEOL 100 J7             Survey of Geology                             MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            51032       HIST 100 J7             History of Western Civilization I             TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            51628       HIST 201 J7             United States History I                       MW         6:00- 9:25       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            53108       HIST 240 J7             History of Ethnic Groups in California        TTh        6:00- 9:15       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            53354       HSCI 130 J7             Human Sexuality                               MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54549       HSCI 484 J7             Medical Terminology                           MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/3
                            50148       MATH 110 A7             Elementary Algebra                            MTWTh     8:10-11:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            50147       MATH 110 B7             Elementary Algebra                            MTWTh     11:10-2:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            50149       MATH 111 J7             Elementary Algebra I                          TTh        6:30- 9:45       3.0        6/21- 8/4
                            50150       MATH 112 J7             Elementary Algebra II                         MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            53420       MATH 115 A7             Geometry                                      MTWTh     11:10-1:20        4.0        6/20- 8/4
                            50153       MATH 120 A7             Intermediate Algebra                          MTWTh     8:10-11:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54083       MATH 120 B7             Intermediate Algebra                          MTWTh     11:10-2:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            50891       MATH 120 C7             Intermediate Algebra                          MTWTh     8:10-11:00        5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54273       MATH 120 OL             Intermediate Algebra                          By Arr     80 Hours         5.0        6/20- 8/4
                            50154       MATH 122 J7             Intermediate Algebra I                        MW         6:30- 9:55       3.0        6/20- 8/4
                            54261       MATH 130 A7             Trigonometry                                  MTWTh     8:10-10:20        4.0        6/20- 8/4




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     CRN        COURSE          TITLE                                     DAY             TIME       UNIT(S)                DATES

     54262      MATH 130 J7     Trigonometry                              TTh          5:30- 9:50           4.0                 6/21- 8/4
     51491      MATH 200 A7     Probability and Statistics                MTWTh      10:30-12:40            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
     53217      MATH 200 B7     Probability and Statistics                MTWTh        1:10-3:20            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50157      MATH 200 J7     Probability and Statistics                MW          5:30-10:10            4.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50898      MATH 200 K7     Probability and Statistics                TTh          5:30- 9:50           4.0                 6/21- 8/4
     53951      MATH 200 OL     Probability and Statistics                By Arr       64 Hours             4.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50158      MATH 222 A7     Precalculus                               MTWTh       8:10-11:00            5.0                 6/20- 8/4
     54442      MATH 222 B7     Precalculus                               MTWTh       11:10-2:00            5.0                 6/20- 8/4
     52166      MATH 242 J7     Applied Calculus II                       MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     52040      MATH 251 A7     Calculus with Analytic Geometry I         MTWTh       11:10-2:00            5.0                 6/20- 8/4
     51250      MATH 251 B7     Calculus with Analytic Geometry I         MTWTh       8:10-11:00            5.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50159      MATH 275 J7     Ordinary Differential Equations           TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     51622      MATH 811 A7     Fundamentals of Mathematics               MTWTh       10:30-1:20            3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     53194      MUS. 100 OL     Fundamentals of Music                     By Arr       48 Hours             3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50165      MUS. 202 J7     Music Appreciation                        TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     52939      MUS. 202 OL     Music Appreciation                        By Arr       48 Hours             3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50167      MUS. 301 JX     Piano I                                   MW          7:00-10:20            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50170      MUS. 302 JX     Piano II                                  MW          7:00-10:20            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     53405      MUS. 303 JX     Piano III                                 MW          7:00-10:20            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     53406      MUS. 304 JX     Piano IV                                  MW          7:00-10:20            2.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50173      MUS. 377 J7     Guitar I                                  TTh          6:30- 9:45           2.0                 6/21- 8/4
     51230      PHIL 100 J7     Introduction to Philosophy                MW           6:00- 9:25           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     51629      PHIL 103 J7     Critical Thinking                         TTh          6:00- 9:15           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     54272      PHYS 210 A7     General Physics I                         MTWTh      10:30-12:00            4.0                 6/20- 8/4
                                LAB                                       TTh          1:00- 4:25
     53350      PSYC 171 J7     Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology      TTh          6:00- 9:15           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     53248      PSYC 201 JX     Child Development                         MW           6:00- 9:25           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     53411      PSYC 201 KX     Child Development                         TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     50207      SOCI 100 J7     Introduction to Sociology                 TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/21- 8/4
     50208      SPAN 110 A7     Elementary Spanish                        MTWTh       10:30-1:20            5.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50212      SPCH 100 J7     Public Speaking                           MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50927      SPCH 100 K7     Public Speaking                           TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     53389      SPCH 120 J7     Interpersonal Communication               TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/20- 8/4
     50214      SPCH 120 K7     Interpersonal Communication               MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
     50217      TCOM 100 J7     Telecommunications, Networking &          MW           6:30- 9:55           3.0                 6/20- 8/3
                                Wireless Technologies
     53963      TCOM 465 J7     Wireless Local Area Networks              TTh          6:30- 9:45           3.0                 6/21- 8/4



     EIGHT-WEEK SESSION (Classes begin the week of June 20th)
     50004      ACTG 121 J8     Financial Accounting                      TTh          6:00- 9:50           4.0             6/21- 8/11
     50005      ACTG 131 J8     Managerial Accounting                     MW          6:00-10:05            4.0             6/20- 8/10
     50008      ART 204 KX      Drawing I                                 TTh          6:00- 9:35           2.0             6/21- 8/11
     50009      ART 205 KX      Drawing II                                TTh          6:00- 9:35           2.0             6/21- 8/11
     50014      ART 351 K8      Black and White Photography I             TTh          6:00- 9:35           2.0             6/21- 8/11
     54266      ART 354 JX      Color Photography I                       MW          6:00-10:10            2.0             6/20- 8/10
     54267      ART 355 JX      Color Photography II                      MW          6:00-10:10            2.0             6/20- 8/10
     52992      BIOL 690 A8     Special Projects                          By Arr     1-3 Hrs/Wk         1.0-3.0             6/20- 8/11
     54358      BIOL 690 B8     Special Projects                          By Arr     1-3 Hrs/Wk         1.0-3.0             6/20- 8/11
     54223      BUS. 258 OL     Customs Broker Services and Regulations   By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     54149      BUS. 262 OL     Intro to International Forwarding &       By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
                                Cargo Transportation
     54225      BUS. 485 HX     Medical Terminology                       By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     53100      ECON 100 H8     Principles of Macroeconomics              By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     53101      ECON 102 H8     Principles of Microeconomics              By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11

                                                                                                                                                 CL A SSES BY SESSION
     54241      EMC. 410 A8     Emergency Medical Technician I            MW          10:00-3:00            7.0             6/20- 8/11
                                LAB                                       TTh         10:00- 4:00
     54441      FILM 440 J8     Film Study and Appreciation               TTh          6:30- 9:20           3.0             6/21- 8/11
     53556      FITN 106 A8     Varsity Conditioning                      MTWTh        3:10- 4:30           1.0             6/20- 8/11
     53605      FITN 116 B8     Body Conditioning                         By Arr       6 Hrs/Wk             1.0             6/20- 8/11
     54515      FITN 680SG OL   Interactive Cardio Training               By Arr       64 Hours             2.0             6/20- 8/11
     53221      HIST 108 J8     Survey of American History                MW          7:00-10:05            3.0             6/20- 8/10
     53908      HIST 202 J8     United States History II                  TTh          7:00- 9:50           3.0             6/21- 8/11
     54239      HIST 310 J8     California History                        TTh          7:00- 9:50           3.0             6/21- 8/11
     54317      HSCI 484 HX     Medical Terminology                       By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     53193      HUM. 106 J8     The Awakening of Individuality            MW          7:00-10:05            3.0             6/20- 8/10
     54520      PHIL 103 H8     Critical Thinking                         By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     50190      PLSC 210 J8     American Politics                         TTh          6:30- 9:20           3.0             6/21- 8/11
     50195      PSYC 100 J8     General Psychology                        TTh          7:00- 9:50           3.0             6/21- 8/11
     53237      PSYC 200 J8     Developmental Psychology                  MW          7:00-10:05            3.0             6/20- 8/10
     53208      R.E. 100 H8     Real Estate Principles                    By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     53349      R.E. 110 H8     Real Estate Practice                      By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     54579      R.E. 680SA H8   Real Estate Finance                       By Arr       48 Hours             3.0             6/20- 8/11
     53897      TEAM 191 A8     Baseball Theory, Offense                  MTWTh        1:30-2:50            2.0             6/20- 8/11
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                            CRN         COURSE                  TITLE                                           DAY             TIME      UNIT(S)                  DATES

                            ADDITIONAL SUMMER CLASSES (Classes with varying start dates and lengths)

                            Classes Beginning in June
                            53333       ACTG 194 OL             Introduction to QuickBooks Pro                  By Arr      16 Hours            1.0                6/20-7/7
                            53918       ACTG 665SB J3           Taxation and Rental Real Estate                 MW          6:30- 9:30          1.0               6/20-7/11
                            54557       AUTO 665SY SA           2011 Smog Check Update                          Sat/Sun     9:00-5:00           1.0                 6/4 - 6/5
                            54566       AUTO 665SG SA           BAR A8 Alternative Training                     Sat/Sun     9:00-5:00           1.5   6/25,6/26,7/9, & 7/10
                            54568       AUTO 665S1 J3           Oxygen/Acetylene Basics for Auto Techs          MW          5:30- 8:10          0.5                6/20-7/6
                            54569       AUTO 665S2 J4           Light Duty Diesel Systems                       TTh         6:30- 9:30          1.5               6/21-7/14
                            53843       AUTO 709 AS             Automotive Service Orientation                  TWTh        8:30-1:00           2.5            6/21-7/14 &
                                                                                                                                                                   7/26 - 8/2
                            54587       AUTO 710 AS             Fundamentals of Automotive Technology           MTWTh       1:45-5:45           4.0            6/20-7/14 &
                                                                                                                                                                   7/25- 8/2
                            50178       CAOT 100 GX             Beginning Computer Keyboarding                  MTWTh        8:10-10:15         1.5                6/20-7/7
                            50179       CAOT 100 HX             Beginning Computer Keyboarding                  By Arr         24 Hours         1.5              6/20-7/14
                            50180       CAOT 101 GX             Computer Keyboarding Skill Building             MTWTh        8:10-10:15         1.5                6/20-7/7
                            50181       CAOT 101 HX             Computer Keyboarding Skill Building             By Arr         24 Hours         1.5              6/20-7/14
                            53992       CAOT 104 G3             Introduction to Computers with Windows I        MTWTh        8:10-10:15         1.5                6/20-7/7
                            52708       CAOT 214 OL             Word Processing I: Word                         By Arr         16 Hours         1.0               6/20-7/21
                            53852       CAOT 222 OL             Business Presentations I: PowerPoint            By Arr         16 Hours         1.0              6/20-7/14
                            51849       CAOT 225 G2             Spreadsheets I: Excel                           MTWTh      10:30-12:30          1.0              6/20- 6/30
                            52710       CAOT 225 OL             Spreadsheets I: Excel                           By Arr         16 Hours         1.0               6/20-7/21
                            52713       CAOT 230 OL             Database Applications I: Access                 By Arr         16 Hours         1.0              6/20-7/14
                            54576       EMC. 425 J1             CPR: Health Care Provider                       MT          6:00-10:00          0.5              6/27- 6/28
                            54506       ESOL 801 G4             Basic Conversational English                    MTWTh        8:10-10:15         2.0              6/20-7/14
                            54507       ESOL 802 G4             Pre-Intermediate Conversational English         MTWTh      10:30-12:35          2.0              6/20-7/14
                            54173       FCS 310 A4              Nutrition                                       MTWTh        8:10-11:15         3.0              6/20-7/14
                            54578       FCS 310 G4              Nutrition                                       MTWTh       11:30-2:35          3.0              6/20-7/14
                            51773       LSKL 800 A8             Supplemental Learning Assistance                By Arr    3-18 Hrs/Wk       0.5-3.0              6/20- 8/11
                            54341       LSKL 803 A6             Supervised Peer Tutoring                        By Arr     4 - 9 Hrs/Wk         0.0              6/20-7/28
                            53672       LSKL 803 A8             Supervised Peer Tutoring - MESA                 By Arr    3-12 Hrs/Wk           0.0              6/20- 8/11
                            54581       WELL 665SC SS           Introduction to Face/Décolleté Massage          Sat           9:00-5:00         0.5                    6/25


                            Classes Beginning in July
                            53628       ACTG 196 OL             Intermediate QuickBooks Pro                     By Arr      16 Hours            1.0               7/11-7/28
                            53920       ACTG 665SC K3           The Retired Tax Payer                           MW          6:30- 9:30          1.0                7/13- 8/1
                            53921       AUTO 665SH SS           BAR L1 Alternative Training                     Sat/Sun     9:00-5:00           1.5    7/23, 7/24,8/6 & 8/7
                            54325       AUTO 665SU SS           Car Care Basics for Women                       Sat/Sun     9:00-1:00           0.5                7/9 -7/10
                            54558       AUTO 665SY SB           2011 Smog Check Update                          Sat/Sun     9:00-5:00           1.0                7/9 -7/10
                            54559       AUTO 665SY SS           2011 Smog Check Update                          Sat/Sun     9:00-5:00           1.0               7/30-7/31
                            50045       BUS 100 OL              Introduction to Business                        By Arr      48 Hours            3.0                 7/5- 8/4
                            54148       BUS. 100 OM             Introduction to Business                        By Arr      48 Hours            3.0                 7/5- 8/4
                            53432       EMC. 415 J1             EMT-I Refresher                                 MTWTh      4:00-10:00       1.5-2.0               7/18 -7/21
                            54577       EMC. 425 B1             CPR: Health Care Provider                       MT         6:00-10:00           0.5               7/25-7/26
                            52266       FITN 305 A3             Cardiovascular Development – Running Emphasis   MTWTh      8:10-10:10           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            50141       INDV 251 AX             Beginning Tennis                                MTWTh     10:30-12:30           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            53184       INDV 251 BX             Beginning Tennis                                MTWTh      12:45-2:45           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            50142       INDV 253 AX             Intermediate Tennis                             MTWTh     10:30-12:30           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            53185       INDV 253 BX             Intermediate Tennis                             MTWTh      12:45-2:45           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            53056       INDV 255 AX             Advanced Tennis                                 MTWTh     10:30-12:30           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            53186       INDV 255 BX             Advanced Tennis                                 MTWTh      12:45-2:45           0.5               7/11-7/28
                            53678       R.E. 665SA J4           Prep for CARE Examination                       MW          6:30- 9:30          1.5                7/11- 8/3
                            54584       WELL 665SD SS           Introduction to Hand Massage                    Sat         9:00-5:00           0.5                     7/30
                            54583       WELL 665SF SS           Intro to Neck & Shoulder Massage                Sat         9:00-5:00           0.5                     7/23
CL A SSES BY SESSION




                            54582       WELL 665SG SS           Introduction to Back Massage                    Sat         9:00-5:00           0.5                      7/9


                            Classes Beginning in August
                            53973       COUN 105 AS             Up Your Self-Esteem                             M            8:30- 4:30         0.5                      8/1
                            54589       COUN 106 AS             Anxiety Management                              T            8:30- 4:30         0.5                      8/2
                            54590       COUN 107 AS             Coping with Depression                          W            8:30- 4:30         0.5                      8/3
                            54531       FITN 680SF A2           Intercollegiate Fitness                         MTWThF      9:00-11:10          1.0                8/1- 8/12
                                                                                                                MTWThF       1:00-3:10
                            54532       FITN 680SF B2           Intercollegiate Fitness                         MTWThF      9:00-11:10          1.0                8/1- 8/12
                                                                                                                MTWThF       1:00-3:10
                            54533       FITN 680SF C2           Intercollegiate Fitness                         MTWThF      11:15-1:25          1.0                8/1- 8/12
                                                                                                                MTWThF       3:15-5:25
                            54535       FITN 680SF D2           Intercollegiate Fitness                         MTWThF      11:15-1:25          1.0                8/1- 8/12
                            54585       WELL 665SE SS           Introduction to Foot Massage                    Sat          9:00-5:00          0.5                      8/6




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Policies
                       COURSE REPETITION                                                     WITHDRAWAL POLICY
                         (District Policy)                                        Withdrawal from a class MUST be initiated by the
         Grade Alleviation: A student who has earned a                         student using WebSMART, or in-person at the Office of
     grade of D, F, NC or NP in a credit course at any college                 Admissions and Records. Withdrawals can affect aca-




                                                                                                                                                       POLICIES
     in the San Mateo County Community College District                        demic standing
     may repeat the course two times for the purpose of                           Withdrawal dates vary greatly during the Summer
     grade alleviation. See additional circumstances below                     Session. Check with your instructor or WebSMART for
     that may allow an additional repetition.                                  dates pertaining to:
         Special Circumstances: Under special educationally                    • Last day to DROP with Eligibility for a Refund
     justifiable circumstances, repetition of credit courses
                                                                               • Last day to DROP without Appearing on Record
     other than those for which substandard work has been
     recorded may be permitted. See information below.                         • Last day to WITHDRAW (“W”) without a Failing Grade
         Note: A petition to repeat is not required if a student                  No more than four (4) withdrawals may be pro-
     has up to two substandard grades (D, F, NC or NP). You                    cessed for a single course.
     can register on WebSMART unless you are on academ-
     ic dismissal.                                                                     STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW AND
     A petition to repeat is required for the reasons below:                              CAMPUS SECURITY ACT
                                                                                   Colleges are required to publish and make available
       Reason to repeat                     Will petition be approved?         certain crime statistics and completion rates. For crime
                                                                               statistics, contact the Public Safety Office, Building 6, or
       1. Student received an A, B, C,      No, unless reasons #3, 4 or
                                                                               call 738 - 4199, or check online at www.skylinecollege.
          CR, or P and wants to             5 apply.
                                                                               edu/facstaff/HealthSafety/publicsafetysecurity/
          improve grade
                                                                               statistic.html. For completion or graduation rates,
       2. Student received a D, F, NC,      No, unless reason #6 applies.      contact the Public Information Office, Building 1, Room
          or NP after taking a class a                                         1318, or call 738 - 4324.
          maximum of three times

       3. Course is mandated for            Yes; student can repeat
                                                                                             STUDENT RECORDS
          training requirements as a        an unlimited number of times.                 Privacy Rights of Students
          condition of continued paid       Student must provide state-            The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
          or volunteer employment           ment from employer mandating       (Section 438, Public Law 93-380), as amended, requires
                                            the course for training.
                                                                               educational institutions to provide access to official edu-
       4. Class content has changed         Yes, for students with standard    cational records directly related to the student and an
          substantially                     (A, B, C, CR, P) and substan-      opportunity for a hearing to challenge such records on
                                            dard grades (D, F, NC, NP).        the grounds that they are inaccurate, misleading, or
                                                                               otherwise inappropriate. These rights extend to present
       5. Most recent course was            Yes, for students with standard
                                                                               and former students of the college. The college must
          completed more than three         and substandard grades.
          years ago                                                            obtain the written consent of the student before releas-
                                                                               ing personally identifiable information, except to those
       6. Extenuating Circumstances –       Yes, for students with substan-    persons or agencies specified in the Act. For more
          accident, illness, evidence       dard grades. Documentation         detailed information, consult the College Catalog or
          of caretaking responsibilities,   is required to support circum-
                                                                               contact the Admissions and Records Office.
          job change, death in              stances that specifically relate
          immediate family, or a            to the date of the course.
          documented disability




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                 POLICY ON SEXUAL ASSAULT EDUCATION                               POLICY ON A DRUG-FREE CAMPUS
                           AND PREVENTION                                        Skyline College, in compliance with the Federal
                    In accordance with California Education Code,            Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments
                Section 67382, and District Rules and Regulations 2.29,      of 1989, prohibits the use, possession, sale or distribu-
POLICIES




                the San Mateo County Community College District is           tion of alcohol, narcotics, dangerous or illegal drugs or
                committed to providing information, services and             other controlled substances on College property or at
                resources to all students, faculty and staff on the pre-     any function sponsored by the District or Colleges.
                vention of sexual assault. In partnership with various           Students found to be in violation of the drug-free
                community agencies, individuals who are victims of           campus policy will be subject to disciplinary actions up
                sexual assault or have concerns related to sexual            to and including suspension and explusion.
                assault shall receive support and assistance. Students,          The College Health Center provides information per-
                faculty and staff who need information or assistance         taining to the health risks and effects associated with
                related to sexual assault prevention, sexual assault         alcohol and narcotics or other dangerous or illegal
                services, and procedures related to the reporting and        drugs. Students may be referred to various outside
                processing of sexual assault incidents on campus may         agencies for enrollment in a drug recovery program.
                contact the Student Health Center, the Public Safety
                Office, or call the Public Safety Dispatch at (650)
                                                                                                   N SMO
                                                                                                 YO
                738 - 4199. Information may also be obtained on the
                Skyline College Public Safety website at www.skyline                            C




                                                                                                                  KI
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                college.edu.




                                                                                                                    NG
                      POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR
                    SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINTS
                                                                                    Skyline College is committed to providing its
                    The policy of San Mateo County Community College
                                                                                  students, employees, guests, and children in the
                District is to provide an educational and employment
                                                                                 Child Development Center with a safe and healthy
                environment free from unwelcome sexual advances,
                                                                                     environment. Based on this commitment,
                requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical
                                                                                  the College implemented a new smoking policy
                conduct or communications constituting sexual harass-
                                                                                beginning Fall Semester 2009. Smoking is now only
                ment. Employees, students, or other persons acting on
                                                                                  permitted in designated areas in or near parking
                behalf of the District who engage in sexual harassment
                                                                                 lots around campus. Designated areas are clearly
                as defined in this policy or by state or federal law shall
                                                                                      marked and ashtrays are located nearby.
                be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge,
                expulsion, or termination of employment contract.                     The active participation and cooperation of
                    Pursuant to Title V of the California Education Code,        all students, faculty, staff and guests in promoting
                the designated Officer for handling and investigating           a healthy and safe environment at Skyline College is
                employee and student complaints of sexual harassment             greatly appreciated. All college constituencies and
                is the Vice-Chancellor of Human Resources and                   guests are expected to observe the smoking policy.
                Employee Relations. Copies of the complaint pro-                      Tobacco-free resources are available in the
                cedures, including procedures for both informal and                        Student Health Center, located in
                formal resolution, can be obtained by contacting the                  Building 2, Room 2209, (650) 738-4270, and
                Office of Human Resources at the District Office, (650)                     on the Skyline College website.
                358 - 6767, or Vice-President for Student Services at                  For additional information regarding the
                Skyline, (650) 738 - 4333.                                       new smoking policy and designated areas, please
                Authority: Cal. Code Regs., tit. 5 59326; Ed.Code,                           contact the Vice President of
                § 66282.5; 20 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.                                       Student Services at (650) 738-4333,
                                                                                    or the Chief of Public Safety at (650) 738-4455.




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     POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR UNLAWFUL                                         Educacionales de 1972 (45 CRF 86), el Acta de
                                                                                Rehabilitación de 1973, Sección 504.104.7 and 104.8 y B
          DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS                                             (PL93-112), el Acta de Americanos Incapacitados de
         The policy of San Mateo County Community College                       1992, y el Acta de Discriminación por Edad (42 U.S.C.-
     District is to provide an educational and employment




                                                                                                                                                       POLICIES
                                                                                6101). La Política de No Discriminación, así como el pro-
     environment in which no person shall be unlawfully                         cedimiento para presentar quejas se encuentra en el
     denied full and equal access to, the benefits of, or be                    documento titulado “Política sobre Discriminación y
     unlawfully subjected to discrimination on the basis of                     Acoso Sexual y Procedimiento para la Presentación de
     ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age,
                                                                                Quejas”. Toda pregunta relacionada con estas normas
     sex, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, or physical
                                                                                deberá dirigirse a Harry Joel, Vice-Canciller de Recursos
     or mental disability in any program or activity that is
                                                                                Humanos, quien es el oficial nombrado por el Distrito
     administered by, funded directly by, or that receives any
                                                                                para recibir e investigar las quejas presentadas por
     financial assistance from the State Chancellor or Board
                                                                                parte de los alumnos de Skyline College. Su numero de
     of Governors of the California Community Colleges.
                                                                                teléfono es: (650) 358 - 6767.
         The policy of the District is also to provide an educa-
     tional and employment environment free from unwel-
     come sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and
     other verbal or physical conduct or communications
     constituting sexual harassment.
         Employees, students, or other persons acting on
     behalf of the District who engage in unlawful discrimi-
     nation as defined in this policy or by state or federal law
     may be subject to discipline, up to and including dis-
     charge, expulsion, or termination of contract.
         In so providing, San Mateo County Community
     College District hereby implements the provisions of
     California Government Code sections 11135 through
     11139.5, the Sex Equity in Education Act (Ed. Code,
     § 66250 et seq.), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42
     U.S.C. § 2000d), Title IX of the Education Amendments
     of 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681), Section 504 of the
     Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 794), the Amer-
     icans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. § 12100 et
     seq.) and the Age Discrimination Act (42 U.S.C. § 6101)1.
         The Officer designated by the District to receive and
     investigate staff and student complaints of unlawful dis-
     crimination is the Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
     and Employee Relations, at (650) 358 - 6767.
         Authority: Cal. Code Regs., tit. 5, § 59300; Gov. Code,
     §§ 11135-11139.5; Ed. Code, § 66250 et seq.; 42 U.S.C. §
     2000d; 20 U.S.C. § 1681; 29 U.S.C. § 794; 42 U.S.C. §
     12100 et seq.; 42 U.S.C. § 6101.
     1
         If the federal statutes cited above would result in broader protec-
         tion of the civil rights of individuals then that broader protection
         or coverage shall be deemed incorporated by reference into,
         and shall prevail over conflicting provisions of Title 5, section
         59300, as cited in the Model Policy.



              POLÍTICA DE NO DISCRIMINACIÓN
         Skyline College no discrimina por razones de raza,
     color, nacionalidad, sexo, orientación sexual, edad,
     incapacidad física, religión, u otros factores en sus
     leyes, procedimientos o prácticas conforme a los
     reglamentos establecidos por el Titulo VI del Acta de
     Derechos Civilies de 1964, el Titulo IX de las Enmiendas



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           Services
                                         BOOKSTORE                              The Career Center, located in Building 2, Room 2227,
                                                                            has both day and evening hours. Students are encour-
                    Books and supplies may be purchased at the              aged to stop by and take advantage of the variety
                Skyline College Bookstore or online at http://bookstore.    of career services, or call (650) 738 - 4337 for more infor-
                SkylineCollege.edu.                                         mation.
                    Textbook Information: Students may find informa-            Comprehensive career information is also posted on
                tion about the textbooks for the courses in which they      the center’s web page at www.SkylineCollege.edu/gen-
                are enrolled by logging into WebSMART or going to           eral/careercenter/index.html.
                www.SkylineCollege.edu/bookstore/coursematerials.
                    Please visit the Bookstore’s website at http://
                                                                                         COUNSELING SERVICES
                bookstore.SkylineCollege.edu or call the Bookstore at
                                                                                The Counseling Division at Skyline College is
                (650) 738 - 4211 for store hours or more information.
                                                                            designed to assist individuals in all aspects of their
                                CALWORKS PROGRAM                            development as students and help them accomplish
                                                                            their goals. Career and educational counseling are
                    Skyline College provides assistance to students who
                                                                            emphasized. A counselor can help students establish
                are receiving TANF or AFDC benefits, or who received
                                                                            both short and long range goals and provide them with
                aid within the past two years. Services to eligible stu-
                                                                            information about courses and programs that transfer
                dents include: counseling, job development assistance,
                                                                            to four-year colleges and universities. Counselors assist
                work study, career related services, and supplemental
                                                                            students in developing an individual Student
                child care.
                                                                            Educational Plan (SEP), which maps out courses that
                    The CalWORKs office is located in Building 2. Hours
                                                                            will be taken over a number of semesters and serves as
                are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. For more infor-
                                                                            a guide to achieving goals. All students are required to
                mation, please call (650) 738 - 4480 or email urena@
                                                                            have an SEP on file once they have completed 15 units
                smccd.edu.
                                                                            at Skyline. Assistance with students’ personal and
                                                                            social concerns is also available.
                   COOPERATIVE AGENCIES RESOURCES
SERVICES




                                                                                Counseling appointments are made in the One-Stop
                        FOR EDUCATION (CARE)                                Student Services Center, Building 2, or by calling (650)
                    Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education            738 - 4318.
                (CARE), a program within EOPS, is specifically designed
                for students who are single heads of households, are               DISABLED STUDENTS PROGRAM
                receiving AFDC/TANF or CalWORKs, and who have a
                                                                                Skyline College’s Disabled Students Program and
                child under 14 years of age. CARE provides additional
                                                                            Services (DSPS) is designed to equalize the educational
                support services over those provided by EOPS, such as
                                                                            opportunities of students with verified disabilities.
                child care, transportation assistance, vocational grants,
                                                                            Services include, but are not limited to, Learning
                meal tickets, and special workshops designed to meet
                                                                            Differences Assessment, ASL interpreting, registration
                the needs of CARE students.
                                                                            assistance, extended time testing, lockers, adaptive
                    The CARE office is located in Building 2. For more
                                                                            physical education classes, adaptive computer classes
                information call (650) 738 - 4480 or send an email to
                                                                            and software, and alternate formats of textbooks.
                urena@smccd.edu.
                                                                                Skyline College and the DSPS program are commit-
                                                                            ted to providing services that will enhance the educa-
                                      CAREER CENTER                         tional experience of its disabled student population. For
                    The Career Center has career resources that provide     a more detailed description of the Disabled Students
                information about employment opportunities, training        Program, stop by the Disabled Students Program and
                requirements, job trends, and wage/salary surveys           Services Office, Building 2, third floor, Room 2350, call
                through reference materials and computerized career         (650) 738 - 4280, or email vansciver@smccd.edu.
                information systems such as Eureka. A variety of career
                assessment inventories, individualized career counsel-
                ing, career courses and workshops are available to stu-
                                                                             ENROLLMENT OR DEGREE VERIFICATION
                dents in planning their educational and career goals.           Verification may be accessed and printed as a free
                Our Online Employment Services assist students in           service to students. Access Enrollment/Degree Verifi-
                searching for available job openings. Students can place    cations from the Student Records Menu at https://
                their resume online by registering on our interactive       websmart.smccd.edu.
                website: http://skylinejobs.com. Employers listing job
                openings can register on the same website.




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              EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY                                    Emergency and accident insurance coverage is in
                                                                  effect when students are on campus or attending col-
           PROGRAMS AND SERVICES (EOPS)                           lege-sponsored events. Students are encouraged to
          Extended Opportunity Programs and Services              carry their own health and dental insurance. Low cost
     (EOPS) is a program of support services designed to          medical and dental insurance are available for purchase
     improve access, retention and completion of education-       through the College Health Center.
     al goals for students who are low income and educa-              The Skyline Health Center is located in Building 2,
     tionally disadvantaged. EOPS students have the poten-        Room 2205. College Health Center personnel are avail-
     tial to succeed in college but have not been able to real-   able to assist you with any health issues. Feel free to drop
     ize their potential because of economic and/or educa-        in, or call (650) 738 - 4270.
     tional barriers.
          EOPS offers a variety of services such as:                            PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
          • Counseling in English and Spanish                         Psychological Services offers short-term, individual
          • Transfer assistance to four-year colleges and         personal counseling to all currently enrolled Skyline
            universities                                          College students. Counseling can help students address
          • UC and CSU application fee waivers for                and manage personal issues, alleviate distressing
            transferring students                                 symptoms, make positive changes, and transition into
          • Book Service Program                                  college life. All sessions are confidential and provided
          • Vocational grants                                     by licensed mental health professionals. Community
          • Calculator Loan Program                               referrals, assessments, consultation, and crisis interven-
          • Priority registration                                 tion services are also available through the Psycho-
         The EOPS office is located in Building 2. Hours are      logical Services department.
     9:00 am to 4:00 pm. For additional assistance call               Appointments can be made by contacting Psycho-
     (650) 738 - 4139, visit the EOPS web page at http://www.     logical Services in Building 2, or by calling (650) 738 -
     skylinecollege.edu, or send an email to skyeops@             4270. Crisis assistance is available at (650) 738 - 4199.




                                                                                                                                          SERVICES
     smccd.edu.
                                                                            INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
                        HEALTH SERVICES                                Skyline College is authorized under Federal Law to
         The following services are available from the Skyline    enroll non-immigrant international students. This pro-
     College Health Center:                                       gram serves students possessing or seeking F-1 student
          • Emergency care and first aid                          visas. Skyline College participates in the Student
          • Health screening for blood pressure, hearing,         Exchange and Visitor Information System (SEVIS). All
            vision, Tuberculosis, and pregnancy                   information regarding international students is
                                                                  processed through SEVIS.
          • Consultation and evaluation of present health
                                                                       Foreign students interested in attending Skyline
            condition
                                                                  must complete the Skyline Admission Application at
          • Nutrition and stress counseling                       https://websmart.smccd.edu under APPLY and the Inter-
          • Counseling and referrals for problems related to      national Student supplemental form at www.smccd.
            alcohol and drugs, eating disorders, acquain-         edu/accounts/skyinternational. Applicants are required
            tance/date rape, and other related matters            to submit original documents in English or certified
          • Anonymous HIV counseling and referral                 English translations that demonstrate satisfaction of the
                                                                  following requirements:
          • Immunizations for measles. mumps, rubella,
                                                                  1. Provide proof of completion of the equivalent of
            tetanus, flu and Hepatitis A and B
                                                                     a United States high school education with a satis-
          • Vision testing                                           factory grade point average of 2.0 or above.
          • Physicals                                             2. Provide all official High School transcripts and
          • Birth Control                                            College transcripts.
                                                                  3. Submit an Original Financial Data Form and Bank
                                                                     Verification of Funds. All bank documents must
                                                                     be current, written in English, include the amount in
                                                                     U.S. Dollars, and must include a signature from a
                                                                     Bank Official. Estimated college expenses are
                                                                     $17,000.00 US Dollars. Fees are subject to change.




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                   INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Continued                                        LEARNING COMMUNITIES
                4. Submit an original copy of the Test of English as            What is a Learning Community?
                   a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Score Report.                         Learning Communities are two or more classes,
                   A minimum score of 480 (paper-based), 157                    often in different departments, designed to be taken
                   (computer-based) or 56 (internet-based) is required.         together by the same group of students in each class of
                   Information about TOEFL can be obtained from                 the Learning Community. Learning Communities are
                   www.ets.org/toefl. The Test Code Number for                  designed to connect students to each other, to their
                   Skyline College is 4647.                                     teachers, to the college, and to student learning. The
                                             or                                 classes have a common theme and coordinate their
                   Complete the International English Language Testing          assignments. This allows students to work on themes
                   System (IELTS). A minimum qualifying level of Band           from more than one perspective.
                   5 is required for admission. Information about IELTS             In Learning Communities, faculty members assist
                   can be obtained from www.ielts.org. Please have              learning and innovation as everyone works together to
                   your IELTS test results sent directly to Skyline College.    create community in a positive learning environment.
                5. Copy of your Passport Bio-Page.                              Students participate in groups to share ideas and help
                                                                                each other learn. There is a greater sense of involve-
                6. No application fee is required.
                                                                                ment with students and professors.
                For applicants attending U.S. schools, please attach
                the following:                                                                   ASTEP PROGRAM
                7. Copies of Visa page from Passport, I- 94, Passport                        African American Success
                   Bio-Page, and copies of all I-20s.                                    Through Excellence and Persistence
                8. Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer – Must be completed       The ASTEP program is designed to provide African
                   by the student and current institution.                      American students with greater opportunities for
                    Students accepted into the International Student            remaining and succeeding in college. ASTEP provides a
SERVICES




                Program will be expected to enroll in and complete a            learning community, mentoring, counseling and other
                minimum of 12 units each semester with a minimum of             support services to assist students in graduating and
                a “C” (2.0) grade point average to remain in good stand-        transferring to a four-year college.
                ing. Complete information about the International                   For additional information, call Patricia Deamer at
                Student Program is available from the Admissions and            (650) 738 - 4217, or email deamer@smccd.edu.
                Records Office, (650) 738 - 4452, in Bldg. 2, Room 2225.                      FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
                                                                                    The First Year Experience (FYE) Learning Com-
                               THE LEARNING CENTER                              munity is designed to assist students new to Skyline
                     The Learning Center (TLC) is a flexible learning envi-     College. Students, faculty and counselors collaborate
                ronment providing academic support for students in all          through a set of chosen classes to establish a strong
                Skyline courses through workshops, instructional tech-          foundation for success in college. By enrolling in all the
                nology, tutoring, and lab-based courses. The goal of the        FYE classes, the student is joining a community of learn-
                TLC is to offer students opportunities to learn more            ers with a common goal of progressing through math
                quickly and effectively and with greater confidence.            and English courses while learning important skills for
                Accordingly, the TLC provides alternative means of              student success. To enroll, or for more information
                instruction that address students’ diverse learning pref-       about the FYE Learning Community, contact Vanson
                erences and styles. The TLC also offers a comprehen-            Nguyen at nguyenv@smccd.edu, or call (650) 738 - 4221.
                sive program of individual and small group support for
                all levels of English, ESL, Reading and Math, and pro-
                vides tutoring in a variety of academic subject areas.
                The Learning Center includes the following programs:
                Writing/Reading Lab, Math Assistance Lab, Tutorial
                Assistance Lab, Computer Lab, TRIO/Student Support
                Services, and Media Services.
                     For more information about The Learning Center,
                please call (650) 738 - 4144 or stop by the Center in
                Building 5, Room 5100 (below the Library). You can also
                learn more about the TLC at our website: http://www.
                skylinecollege.edu/general/learningcenter/index.html.




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                     HONORS TRANSFER PROGRAM                            WOMEN IN TRANSITION PROGRAM (WIT)
         The Honors Transfer Program offers honors-level              The goal of the Women in Transition (WIT) program
     courses to any student seeking an academically chal-         at Skyline College is to encourage students who are
     lenging educational experience in all IGETC areas of the     returning to school after a break in their education to
     curriculum. To graduate from the program, students           expand their horizons and reach their intellectual, pro-
     must achieve a 3.25 g.p.a. in at least 15 units of Honors    fessional and personal goals. WIT offers a variety of
     courses and fulfill 16 hours of community service.           services and classes to help ease students back into the
     Program graduates receive recognition at graduation          academic environment. WIT students form close con-
     and on their transcripts and degrees, and are also eligi-    nections to one another so that they support and
     ble for special consideration for admission and scholar-     encourage each other’s success. For more information
     ships at colleges and universities that have agreements      about WIT, please call the program coordinator, Lori
     with the program. The Honors Transfer Program is a           Slicton, at (650) 738 - 4157 or email slicton@smccd.edu.
     member of the Transfer Alliance Program of UCLA.
         For more information and an application, go to                                  LIBRARY
     SkylineCollege.edu, or phone Donna Bestock at (650)
                                                                      Skyline College Library, which occupies the second
     738 - 4121, or send an email to Katharine Harer at
                                                                  floor of Building 5, features electronic resources as well
     harer@smccd.edu.
                                                                  as a book collection of 50,000 volumes and subscrip-
                       KABABAYAN PROGRAM                          tions to 235 magazines, journals and newspapers.
        The Kababayan Program is a transfer and support           Through a local area network, students have access to
     program with the goal of increasing proficiency in           the Internet, the Peninsula Library System (PLS) online
     English skills for success in college, work, and life. The   catalog, and periodical and other research databases.
     Kababayan Program focuses on the Filipino/Filipino-          The Library’s web address is SkylineCollege.edu/library.
     American student experience and is open to all stu-              The Library also has six group study rooms, numer-
                                                                  ous study carrels providing privacy for individual work,




                                                                                                                                          SERVICES
     dents. The three primary components of the program
     are English instruction (integrated composition and          and a computer demonstration area for class orientations.
     reading), counseling and peer mentoring.                         Borrowing privileges are extended to all students
        For more information about the Kababayan                  presenting a library card; the Library will issue cards to
     Program, please call the program coordinator at (650)        students with appropriate identification.
     738 - 4119, or visit the program’s website at www.               Contact information: (650) 738 - 4312 (reference), (650)
     smccd.edu/accounts/skykab.                                   738 - 4311 (circulation), (650) 638 -0399 (book renewal).
                                                                      Summer Session Hours: Monday – Thursday,
                         PUENTE PROGRAM                           9:00 am – 7 pm, June 20 through July 28; Monday –
         The Puente Program is a UC affiliated transfer and       Thursday, 2 pm to 7 pm, August 1 through August 11;
     support program, the goal of which is to increase the        closed Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
     number of educationally underrepresented students
     transferring to four-year colleges and universities. Three                       STUDENT LIFE
     components of the Puente Program work together to               ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF SKYLINE COLLEGE
     prepare Puente students for transfer:                                (ASSC) (STUDENT GOVERNMENT)
         • Counseling    • English Instruction   • Mentoring          As a student enrolled at Skyline College, you are
        The Puente Program’s curriculum focuses on the            also a member of the Associated Students of Skyline
     Chicano/Latino experience. Puente is open to all stu-        College (ASSC). The ASSC Governing Council (Student
     dents. For more information on how to join the Puente        Government) is the elected body that represents all
     Program, please call (650) 738 - 4146.                       Skyline students and helps ensure that students have a
                                                                  voice in the College’s and District’s decision making
                                                                  processes. As your representative, the ASSC Governing
                                                                  Council encourages students to be actively involved in
                                                                  student government.




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                    Students who participate in ASSC Governing                      Starting a New Club/Organization: In order to start
                Council represent a variety of ages, backgrounds, inter-        a new club or organization, you must file a petition for
                ests and academic majors. Some students have had pre-           charter with the Associated Students of Skyline College
                vious experience in student government, but many are            Governing Council and the Skyline Organizations and
                looking for the opportunity to gain valuable leadership,        Club Council. Instructions for filing a petition are listed
                planning and communication skills.                              in the Club and Organization Manual. Copies of the Club
                    The ASSC Governing Council coordinates and facili-          and Organization Manual are available in the Student
                tates the following activities: lobbying at the state and       Activities Office, Building 6, Room 6212. The manual
                federal level, planning activities, adopting and supervis-      also lists instructions for reserving space on campus,
                ing the ASSC budget, participating in college commit-           posting materials, student club and organizations
                tees, and sharing in the development of college policies.       accounts, event planning, conference attendance, and
                The ASSC also sponsors a wide variety of cultural,              request for funding procedures.
                social and educational events throughout the year, for              The following is a list of chartered clubs and organi-
                example, a Welcome Week at the beginning of the Fall            zations. If you would like additional information regard-
                semester.                                                       ing these or other student groups that were formed after
                    For complete information regarding the ASSC                 the publication of this schedule, call the Student
                Events Calendar, contact the Associated Students of             Activities Office at (650) 738 - 4275 or stop by Building 6,
                Skyline College at (650) 738 - 4327, or stop by the             Room 6212.
                Student Activities Office, Building 6, Room 6212.
                                                                                Administration of Justice       Phi Theta Kappa
                How can I become an officer of the ASSC                         Club                            (Academic Honor Society)
                Governing Council?                                              American Medical Student        Photography Club
                    The ASSC Governing Council is always looking for            Association (AMSA)              P.O.D.E.R.
                students who wish to take on leadership responsibili-
                                                                                Anthropology Club               Respiratory Therapy Club
                ties. If you are interested in political activism, increasing
SERVICES




                cultural awareness, and developing communication and            Black Student Union (BSU)       Running Club
                leadership skills, please visit the Student Activities          Ceramics Club                   Skyline Badminton
                Office, Building 6, Room 6212, for an application and           Cheer and Dance Squad           Skyline Fellowship
                additional information. Any interested student with a
                                                                                Cosmetology Club                (Christian)
                minimum GPA of 2.05 who is enrolled in at least six
                units is eligible to participate as a member of the ASSC        Democrats Club                  Skyline Hoops
                Governing Council. Positions on the Governing Council           Differently-Abled Club          Skyline Volleyball
                are obtained through elections or by appointments.              Environmental Club              Society of Hispanic
                    Copies of the Associated Students of Skyline College                                        Professional Engineers
                                                                                Filipino Student Union
                Constitution and Constitutional Codes are available to                                          (SHPE)
                                                                                (FSU)
                students in the Student Activities Office.
                                                                                Gay, Straight Alliance (GSA)    Student’s and Parent’s
                        CAMPUS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS                                                          Association for Children’s
                                                                                Hermanos Club
                                                                                                                Enrichment (SPACE)
                    A wide variety of leadership and volunteer opportu-         Honors Club
                nities are available within campus clubs and organiza-                                          Surgical Technology Club
                                                                                Journalism Club
                tions. Becoming part of a campus organization is a great                                        Theater Club
                way to enhance your experience at Skyline College.              Latino American Student
                                                                                                                TRIO Club
                These groups focus on a wide variety of student inter-          Organization (LASO)
                                                                                                                Veterans Club
                ests such as career options, academics, social events,          Middle Eastern Club
                political service and religion. Students are also encour-       (MECCA)                         Volunteer Society
                aged to start new clubs and organizations to suit their         Palestinian Club                Women In Transition (WIT)
                interests. For more information regarding student
                groups, contact the Student Activities Office.




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         PHI THETA KAPPA (ACADEMIC HONOR SOCIETY)                                     TRANSCRIPTS
         Eligible students may join Skyline’s chapter of the           Official transcripts may be requested at websmart.
     Phi Theta Kappa honor society. Members receive recog-         smccd.edu from the Student Records menu. Unofficial
     nition on their transcript and are eligible for transfer      transcripts may be reviewed or printed at the same site.
     scholarships. Go to SkylineCollege.edu/boo for further            An official transcript, summarizing a student’s com-
     information and an application.                               plete academic record at Skyline College, will be sent
                                                                   directly to colleges, employers and other agencies upon
                     STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE                     a student’s web request. Courses taken at any of the
         The Student Activities Office, located in Building 6,     colleges in the San Mateo County Community College
     Room 6212, is an excellent resource center for students       District will appear on the transcript. Transcripts from
     interested in participating in student government             high school and other colleges will not be forwarded.
     and campus activities. Student activities include clubs,      The first two transcripts processed are free; there is a
     speakers, theatrical events, forums, publications, food       $5.00 charge for each additional copy. If a rush request
     drives, community outreach, and many other worthwhile         is made, an additional $10 Rush Transcript Request Fee
                                                                   is charged for each transcript.
     and exciting activities. The Student Activities Office also
                                                                       Foreign transcript evaluation services are available.
     serves as the facilitator for the annual Student Recog-
                                                                   Contact Admissions and Records at (650) 738 - 4252 for
     nition and Awards Ceremony and the Commencement
                                                                   more information.
     Ceremony. For additional information, please call the
                                                                       Note: Transcript request(s) will not be processed if a
     Student Activities Office at (650) 738 - 4275.
                                                                   financial hold exists. The hold must be cleared before
     Housing                                                       the transcript is issued.
         Skyline College does not provide campus housing.
     The College occasionally receives calls and rental list-                      TRANSFER CENTER
     ings from rental agencies, landlords or individuals who
                                                                       The Transfer Center provides comprehensive trans-
     are looking for roommates. All of the rental information




                                                                                                                                           SERVICES
                                                                   fer services, resources, activities and events. Transfer
     that we receive is posted on the second floor of Building
                                                                   assistance includes:
     6. For posting rental information, please contact the
     Student Activities Office, (650) 738 - 4275.                     • Application and informational workshops
                                                                      • University tours and off-campus events
     Student Activities Event Planning
          All student clubs and organizations, off-campus             • Visits from university representatives
     groups or vendors who want to host a special event,              • Transfer Admission Guarantee programs
     hold a fundraising event, sell products, or distribute
                                                                      • Transfer and articulation information
     information must make a space reservation at the
     Student Activities Office by calling (650) 738 - 4275.           • Access to computers for college research
     Additional information is in the Time, Place and Manner           Sign up to be on the transfer eNews mailing list to
     Policy available in the Student Handbook, and the Club        keep informed about on/off campus transfer-related
     and Organization Manual available online and in the           events and activities. Transfer information and a calendar
     Student Activities Office. College policy questions, facil-   of ongoing events are posted on the Center’s webpage
     ities reservations, security, insurance requirements and      at www.SkylineCollege.edu/general/transfercenter.
     other considerations for special events are coordinated       Please visit us in Building 2, Room 2227, or call (650)
     through this office. Please note that facilities reserva-     738 - 4232 if we can be of assistance.
     tions must be made at least three weeks in advance of
     the event.

     Vending Complaints and Refunds
         All complaints regarding vendor service or malfunc-
     tioning vending machines should be reported to the
     Student Activities Office. Refunds for loss of money in
     the vending machines are made by Skyline College’s
     food service provider and the Student Activities Office.
     Refunds are processed during regular business hours.




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                    TRIO/STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES                                   You will automatically be certified and eligible for VA
                                                                                benefits during your first semester. Please submit your
                    TRIO/Student Support Services (TRIO/SSS) is a fed-
                                                                                transcript(s) and education plan during this time in
                erally funded program designed to help its students
                                                                                order to be eligible for recertification for the following
                achieve their educational goals by supporting academic
                                                                                semester.
                success at Skyline College and assisting with transfer.
                To participate, students must meet at least one of the          Some reminders:
                TRIO criteria: low-income, first generation to attend col-      • Apply for federal financial aid for additional resources
                lege, physically disabled or learning disabled. TRIO/SSS          to meet expenses.
                offers the following services:
                                                                                • Maintain a 2.0 (C) overall grade point average.
                   • Academic, career, transfer and personal counseling
                                                                                • Register and maintain enrollment in at least six (6)
                   • Individual assistance with setting and meeting
                                                                                  units to be eligible for benefits.
                     educational goals
                                                                                • Take advantage of Financial Aid, Counseling, Health
                   • Financial aid and scholarship assistance
                                                                                  Center, tutoring and other Student Services that are
                   • Academic support, including tutoring, student                available to assist you.
                     success workshops, and access to computers
                   • Lab-based courses in English, Math and Learning
                     Skills
                                                                                       Veterans Admission Process
                   • Cultural enrichment activities
                                                                                                          Apply
                   • Visits to four-year colleges
                                                                                                           for
                    To apply for the TRIO/SSS program, please call (650)                                admission
                738 - 4144; or stop by the Learning Center, located in
                Building 5, Room 5100 (below the Library); or fill out an
                application online at our web page: http://www.skyline
SERVICES




                college.edu/general/LearningCenter/TRiO.html.
                                                                                  Submit Veteran                         Submit DD-214
                                                                                      Benefits                                 and
                 VETERANS AND VETERANS’ DEPENDENTS                                Activation form                         Transcripts,
                          Welcome Veterans!                                       to Admissions                          military records
                                                                                       Office
                    Skyline College offers approved instruction to veter-
                ans, service members, dependents and survivors of
                veterans, and to other eligible persons, and is author-
                ized by the Department of Veterans Affairs to certify stu-
                dents who are working toward an AA/AS degree pro-                                           Take
                gram, or certain certificate and transfer programs, for                                 placement
                                                                                                            tests
                benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill, Chapters 30, 32                                   if needed
                (Veterans), Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation),
                Chapter 35 (Veterans’ Spouses or Dependents), Chapter
                1606 (Selected Reserve), and the Post- 9/11 GI Bill,
                Chapter 33. All Veterans, except those under Chapters
                31 and 33, pay for their own college fees, books and sup-                                See VA
                plies. Veterans who have previously attended college                                    Counselor
                must file official copies of all college transcripts with the
                Office of Admissions and Records. Veterans may check
                the status of benefits at www.va.gov.
                    The State of California provides a program for the
                children of Veterans who are deceased or disabled from                                   Register
                service connected causes. Applications are available                                    for Classes
                at www.cdva.ca.gov/service or from the California
                Department of Veteran’s Affairs, 875 Stevenson Street,
                Suite 250, San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 554 -7100.




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         WebSMART Registration and Services                   • Obtain an evaluation of your progress toward an
                                                                associate degree or certificate. Students can use
                  for Students
                                                                WebSMART to review progress toward the following
         Your student WebSMART account is the vehicle           educational goals: associate degree, certificate, CSU
     to use to manage enrollment, view academic records,        GE certification, and IGETC certification. Find this
     and maintain up-to-date student information. Using         degree evaluation tool under Student Services and
     skylinecollege.edu, access the Quick Link to WebSMART.     Student Records. Be sure to consult with a college
     You can:                                                   counselor to review and confirm the information at
     • View the College Catalog                                 the degree evaluation site and to discuss the evalua-
     • View the most up-to-date Schedule of Classes             tion process for coursework completed outside of the
       (WebSchedule)                                            SMCCCD.
     • Update address, phone number, emergency contact        Note: Fee holds will block your access to all WebSMART
       information and other personal information             functions. It is important to satisfy financial obligations
     • Customize your PIN                                     to the college in a timely manner.
     • Schedule an appointment to complete placement
       testing
     • Schedule an appointment to meet with a college
       counselor
     • Check registration appointment and status
     • Register for classes
     • Add/drop classes within the published deadlines
     • Confirm and print your schedule of classes




                                                                                                                                      SERVICES
     • View and pay enrollment fees
     • Purchase or pre-order a parking permit
     • Purchase textbooks
     • Apply for financial aid
     • View status of financial aid awards
     • View grades
     • View/print an unofficial transcript
     • Order an official transcript
     • Monitor academic standing
     • Secure enrollment and/or degree verifications
     • Obtain an evaluation of your progress toward CSU
       GE or IGETC certification*
     • Update educational goals
     • View any holds on your records
     • Obtain annual tax information




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                       Other Educational Opportunities
                                                    AUDIT POLICY                             IF YOU DON’T FIND IT AT SKYLINE
                            Skyline College allows auditing of courses, with the        Skyline College is part of the San Mateo County
                            exception of courses in programs that require special       Community College District, which also operates Cañada
                            preparation and/or program admission on a limited           College in Redwood City and College of San Mateo. In
                            basis. A student may audit a course only under the          addition to offering comprehensive general education,
                            following circumstances:                                    vocational, transfer and remedial programs, Cañada
                            1. The student must have previously enrolled for credit     College and College of San Mateo offer a number of
                               for the maximum number of times allowed for the          special programs not available at Skyline.
                               particular course.                                       COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO
                            2. The instructor of record for the course must approve     1700 West Hillsdale Blvd.
                               the student’s enrollment as an auditor.                  San Mateo, CA 94402
                            3. The student must be in academic good standing.           (650) 574 - 6161
                            4. If the course is offered for variable units, the         Programs                       Athletics
                               student must enroll for the maximum number of            Alcohol & Other Drug Studies   Men’s Cross Country
                               units available.                                         Architecture                   Men’s Football
                            5. The student must enroll as an auditor immediately        Astronomy                      Men’s Swimming
                               following the published late registration period and     Broadcast & Electronic Media   Men’s Track
                               pay the auditing fee.                                    Building Inspection            Women’s Cross Country
                                                                                        Dental Assisting               Women’s Softball
                            Students who enroll in a course for credit have first
                                                                                        Drafting                       Women’s Swimming
                            priority for all classroom space. Students who wish to
                                                                                        Electronics                    Women’s Track
                            audit a course may enroll the week after the late regis-
                                                                                        Engineering                    Women’s Water Polo
                            tration period is concluded, though with the instructor’s
                                                                                        Fire Technology
                            permission they are able to attend the course from the
                                                                                        Floristry
                            first class meeting. Students who wish to audit a course
                                                                                        Graphics
                            must obtain a COURSE AUDIT FORM from the Office of
                                                                                        Horticulture
                            Admissions and Records. No student auditing a course
                                                                                        Human Services
                            shall be permitted to change his or her enrollment to
                                                                                        Multimedia
                            receive credit for the course. An auditing fee, as estab-
                                                                                        Nursing
                            lished by California Education Code, is payable at the
                                                                                        Real Estate
                            time of enrollment as an auditor, with the exception of
                            students enrolled in ten (10) or more semester credit       CAÑADA COLLEGE
                            units.                                                      4200 Farm Hill Blvd.
                                                                                        Redwood City, CA 94061
                                                                                        (650) 306 -3100

                                                                                        Programs                       Athletics
                                                                                        3D Animation & Video           Women’s Golf
                                                                                           Game Art
                                                                                        Drama/Theater Arts
OTHER OPPORTUNIT IES




                                                                                        Earth Science
                                                                                        Engineering
                                                                                        Fashion Design
                                                                                        Graphic Design
                                                                                        Human Services
                                                                                        Interior Design
                                                                                        Medical Assisting
                                                                                        Multimedia
                                                                                        Nursing
                                                                                        Radiologic Technology




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Parking and Transportation




                                                                                                                                           C A M P U S I N F O R M AT I O N
                     CAMPUS PARKING                                           PARKING GRACE PERIODS
                      REGULATIONS                                      There is a two-week grace period in student parking
          All persons parking on the Skyline College campus        lots only at the beginning of the fall and spring semes-
     are responsible for knowing and following the college’s       ters. There is a one-week grace period in student park-
     parking regulations. Complete parking regulations are         ing lots only at the beginning of the summer session.
     also available online at http://www.skylinecollege.edu/       The grace period does not apply to staff lots, handicap
     online/findpeopleplaces/placescampus/parkingpublic-           parking and other restricted parking areas.
     trans.html.
          All persons driving an automobile, truck or van who                      VISITOR PARKING
     utilize campus parking facilities during scheduled class          Visitors to the Skyline campus may park in Visitor
     hours and final examination periods are required to pay       Lot D or Visitor Lot M. These visitor lots are pay-by-
     a parking permit fee and display a campus parking             space meter parking. After parking the vehicle, the visi-
     permit in their vehicle at all times while parked on the      tor notes the number of the parking space, enters the
     Skyline College campus. (Motorcycles are excluded if          number into the meter, and deposits coin or currency.
     parked in designated motorcycle parking.) Students            The receipt from a visitor parking permit machine does
     enrolled exclusively in weekend or off-campus classes         not have to be displayed in the vehicle. Visitor parking
     are exempt. The parking fee is $40.00 for fall and spring     permits are valid ONLY in the respective visitor parking
     semesters and $20.00 for the summer session, or a two-        lot in which they are purchased. Daily permits,
     term permit may be purchased for $70.00 (fall and             Staff/Faculty permits, and Student permits are not valid
     spring together.) These fees are nonrefundable except         in visitor parking lots.
     by action of the college. Parking permits may be trans-           Visitors may also park in student lots if they have
     ferred from one vehicle to another.                           purchased a daily parking permit. For the location of
          One day parking permits are available for $2.00 per      daily parking permit machines, please refer to the cam-
     day from coin/bill operated parking permit dispensers         pus map.
     located in student parking lots A, C, F, G, L, N and P.
     There are visitor lots that have pay-by-space, timed
     parking in Lots D and M.
                                                                           DISABLED STUDENT PARKING
          Students may pay for their parking permits at the           Physically disabled students who drive vehicles to
     time of WebSMART registration, online or in person at         campus must have a valid state-issued DMV disabled
     the Cashier’s Office.                                         person parking placard. This placard allows parking in
          Students may park in designated student parking          designated disabled parking spaces on campus.
     lots only. Staff lots are marked with yellow parking lines    Students must ALSO purchase a student parking per-
     and are reserved for Staff and Faculty only. Please refer     mit issued through Skyline College. Disabled parking is
     to the campus map for parking lot locations. While park-      available in student and staff lots.
     ing in Skyline College campus parking lots, all students,
     staff, faculty and the general public must obey all cam-               RIDE SAMTRANS TO SKYLINE
     pus, local and state regulations.                                 SamTrans provides bus service along several routes
          A parking permit is required inside the vehicle in       to the Skyline College campus. SamTrans information
     order to park in any lot on campus other than a visitor       specialists can help you plan your trip for the shortest
     lot. All Staff parking areas on the Skyline College cam-      possible route: Call toll free 1-800-660-4BUS or visit
     pus are restricted to San Mateo County Community              www.samtrans.com. You may purchase SamTrans
     College District employees (excluding student aids,           passes at Skyline College in the Cashier’s Office,
     assistants or student workers while enrolled in the cur-      Building 2, Student Services Center. All SamTrans buses
     rent semester). Vendors and contractors at the college        are wheelchair accessible. Frequent riders receive a dis-
     may also park in staff parking lots with proper authori-      count on their rides by using tokens or a monthly pass.
     zation and permit.                                                SamTrans Routes 121, 123 and 140 provide weekday
          Parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-     service to Skyline College. Route 121 starts at Lowell and
     served basis. Therefore, a parking permit is not a guar-      Hanover streets, then serves the Daly City BART Station,
     antee of a parking space. Skyline College and the San         Colma BART, Seton Medical Center, Serramonte, Fair-
     Mateo County Community College District do not accept         mont and Westview on its way to the college. Route 123
     liability for vandalism, theft or accidents. Use of campus    originates at the Colma BART Station and serves stops
     parking facilities is at the user’s risk. However, any such   between Metro Center, Serra Center, Serramonte and
     incidents should be reported to the Campus Public             King Plaza on its way to campus. Route 140 delivers stu-
     Safety Office, Building 6, Room 106, (650) 738 - 4199.        dents traveling from Pacifica (Palmetto and West
                                                                   Manor) and San Bruno BART.


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C A M P U S I N F O R M AT I O N




                                            Weekend Note: The 121 and 123 lines do not provide             FIELD TRIP/EXCURSION GUIDELINES
                                        service to Skyline College on the weekends. The 140 is
                                                                                                           Throughout the semester/school year, the District
                                        the only line that provides service to the college on
                                                                                                       may sponsor voluntary off-campus extracurricular field
                                        weekends.
                                                                                                       trips/excursions. If you choose to participate, be advised
                                                                                                       that pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Sub-
                                                   NON-DISTRICT SPONSORED                              chapter 5, Section 55450, you have agreed to hold the
                                                      TRANSPORTATION                                   District, its officers, agents and employees harmless
                                            Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless           from any and all liability or claims which may arise out
                                        you are specifically advised otherwise, you are respon-        of or in connection with your participation in the activity.
                                        sible for arranging for your own transportation to and
                                        from the class site. Although the District may assist in
                                        coordinating the transportation and/or recommended
                                        travel times, route or caravaning, be advised that the
                                        District assumes no liability or responsibility for trans-
                                        portation and any person driving a personal vehicle is
                                        NOT an agent of the District.




                                                                                                                                                 $
                                                                                           Skyline College Catalog
                                            The catalog is available for free at the Skyline College Bookstore. If you would like the catalog sent to
                                            you by mail, please order online at http://bookstore.skylinecollege.edu or complete this form and
                                            send it with a check for $5 to: Skyline College Bookstore, 3300 College Drive, San Bruno, CA 94066

                                            Please email the Bookstore at skylinebookstore@smccd.edu for international postage rates.

                                            Please make your check payable to “Skyline College Bookstore.” Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.

                                            Name: ________________________________________________________________________________________

                                            Address:________________________________________City: ________________State: _______ Zip: ________




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                                                                                  For Information About                                  Ext.       Bldg-Room




                                                                                                                                                                     C A M P U S I N F O R M AT I O N
                                                                                  Kababayan Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4119                 8-8214
                                                                                  Language Arts Division . . . . . . . . . . . . 4202                  8-8112
                                                                                  Learning Center, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4144                5-5100
                                                                                  Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4311       5-5200

                  Campus Directory                                                MESA Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4244
                                                                                  Microcomputer Lab (CALT) . . . . . . . . 4105
                                                                                                                                                       7-7309
                                                                                                                                                       2-2116
                                                                                  Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4199       6-6106
          Main Line (650) 738-4100                                                Physical Education/Athletics/
                                                                                    Dance Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4271              3-3126
     For Information About                                  Ext.      Bldg-Room
                                                                                  Public Information Office. . . . . . . . . . . 4346                   4-329
     Admissions and Records . . . . . . . 4251/4252                     2-2225
                                                                                  Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4199         6-6106
       Fax (Admissions and Records) . . . . . 4200
                                                                                  Puente Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4146            7-7326B
     ASSC (Student Government). . . . . . . . 4327                      6-6214
                                                                                  Respiratory Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4457               7-7219
     Assessment/Placement Testing . . . . . . . 4150                    2-2233
                                                                                  Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7011         2-2234
     ASTEP Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4217              7-7322
                                                                                  Science/Math/Technology
     Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . 4126                 8-8101
                                                                                    Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4221         7-7130
     Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4211       6-6101
                                                                                  Skyline View, The
     Business Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4201           8-8305      (Student Newspaper) . . . . . . . . . . . . 4377                   8-8110
     CalWORKs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4480           2-2212    Social Science/Creative Arts
     Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4337         2-2227      Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4121         1-1108
     Cashier’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4101        2-2225    SparkPoint Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7035             1-1221A
     Center for International                                                     Student Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4275            6-6212
       Trade Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7098                5-5130    Student Services Information . . . . . . . . 4465                   2-2225
     Child Development Center . . . . . . . . . 7071                   Bldg. 16   Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4470              7-7209
     Cooperative Education Office . . . . . . . 4261                    1-1210    Telecommunications Technology . . . . . 4341                         2-2115
     Cosmetology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4168/4165               4-224    Theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4154       1-1108
     Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4318        2-2200    Transcript Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4254               2-2225
     Disabled Students Program . . . . . . . . . 4280                   2-2350    Transfer Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4232          2-2227
     Emergency Medical Technology. . . . . . 4284                     7-7108A     TRIO/SSS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4144           5-5100
     EOPS/CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4139             2-2212    Veterans’ Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4462          2-2225
     Evening College Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4206               2-2225    Vice President of Instruction . . . . . . . . 4321                  4-311A
       Monday – Thursday, 5:30 to 10:00 pm                                        Vice President of Student Services . . . . 4333                     4-311B
     Financial Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4236        2-2234    Wellness Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4366               4-134
       Fax (Financial Aid) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4425                       Women in Transition Program . . . . . . . 4157                       2-2313
     Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4294     1-1132    Workability III Program . . . . . . . . . . . . 4467                2-2340
     Health Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4270         2-2207    Workforce Development, Center for . . 7035                           1-1221
     Hermanas/Hermanos Program . . . . . . . 7072                       2-2321
     Honors Transfer Program . . . . . . . . . . . 4121                 1-1108    Individual instructors may be contacted at their
     International Students Program . . . . . . 4452                    2-2225    campus phone extensions.


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             Associated Students of Skyline College                                  Health Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69            SamTrans Routes to Skyline . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
               (ASSC) – Student Government . . . . . . . 71                          Honors Transfer Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71                     Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
             ASTEP Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70           Housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73      Sexual Assault Education and
             Audit Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76                                                                                  Prevention, Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
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                                              B                                                                                                                 Sexual Harassment Complaints,
                                                                                     If You Don’t Find It at Skyline . . . . . . . . . . . 76                     Policy and Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
             Board of Governors Fee Waiver                                           International Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69                Short Course Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
               (BOGFW) Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                                                                                             Smoking Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
             Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68                                      K
                                                                                                                                                                Special Application Programs . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                              C                                      Kababayan Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71                  Steps to Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                                                                                                                        L                                       Steps to Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
             Calendar, Summer Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
                                                                                                                                                                Student Activities Event Planning . . . . . . . 73
             CalWORKs Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68               Late Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 10            Student Activities Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
             Campus Clubs and Organizations . . . . . . . 72                         Learning Center, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70                Student Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
             Campus Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79           Learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70                  Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
             Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68        Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71   Student Right to Know and
             Catalog Order Coupon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78                                                                                            Campus Security Act. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
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             Class Listings, How to Read . . . . . . . . . . . . 17                                                                                             Summer Classes by Session. . . . . . . . . . . . 60
             Clubs and Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72                Major Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8          Summer Session Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
             College Connection                                                      Map of Campus . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover                            Summer Session Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
                (Concurrent Enrollment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
                                                                                                                       N                                                                         T
             Concurrent Enrollment
                (College Connection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7             Non-District Sponsored
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                                                                                                                                                                Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
             Cooperative Agencies Resources for                                        Transportation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
                                                                                                                                                                Transfer Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
                Education (CARE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68            Nonnative Speakers Courses . . . . . . . . . . . 42
                                                                                                                                                                TRIO/Student Support Services . . . . . . . . . 74
             Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 68
                                                                                                                       O
             Course Repetition Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65                                                                                                                           U
                                                                                     Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
                                              D                                                                                                                 Unlawful Discrimination Complaints,
                                                                                                                       P                                          Policy and Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
             Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
             Disabled Student Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77                 Parking & Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77                                                     V
             Disabled Students Program . . . . . . . . . . . . 68                    Pass/No Pass Grade Option . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                       Variable Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
             Distance Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54           Phi Theta Kappa                                                            Vending Complaints and Refunds . . . . . . . 73
             Drug-Free Campus, Policy on. . . . . . . . . . . 66                        (Academic Honor Society) . . . . . . . . . . . 73
                                                                                                                                                                Veterans and Veterans’ Dependents . . . . 74
                                                                                     Placement Tests/Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . 5
                                              E                                                                                                                 Visitor Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
                                                                                     Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
             Enrollment or Degree Verification . . . . . . . 68                      Prerequisites, Corequisites &                                                                              W
             Enrollment Exemptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6                  Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
                                                                                                                                                                WebSMART Registration and
             Extended Opportunity Programs                                           Privacy Rights of Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65                      Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
               and Services (EOPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69                Psychological Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69                  Weekly Schedule Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . 17
                                                                                     Puente Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71              Withdrawal Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
                                              F
                                                                                                                       R                                        Women in Transition Program . . . . . . . . . . 71
             Fees Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
             Fee & Refund Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13              Registration Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
             Field Trip/Excursion Guidelines . . . . . . . . . 78                    Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
             Final Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
             Final Grades. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
             Financial Aid Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
             Financial Aid Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
             First Year Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
             Five Steps to Successful Enrollment. . . . . . 4




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                     Creative Writing I and II Offered                       Calling All Entrepreneurs!
                    Online for the First Time                                • Thought of expanding your business operations to other parts of
                    Let your creative juices flow this summer! Enroll
                                                                               the world?
                  in ENGL 161 HX (CRN 54513) or ENGL 162 HX
                                                                             • Ever considered owning and/or running an Import/Export business?
                (CRN 54514), 3 units of transfer credit each, both with
               Professor Anna Hibble. You will write short stories,          Skyline College’s Center for International Trade Development
             sketches, poetry and more for both personal enjoyment           (CITD) offers a variety of services for entrepreneurs interested
            and professional training. See course listings under English     in international trade/business.
           for course prerequisites.
                                                                             • Seminars and workshops:
         Fitness: The Educational Opportunity of a Lifetime                    Creating a Business Plan,
         Classes such as Spinning, Running for Fitness, Stretching &           An Introduction to
        Flexibility, Yoga, Pilates, Golf and Tennis help you learn not         Importing/Exporting
       only skills, but also the foundations for creating and maintaining      and Legal Issues in
      a meaningful exercise program. Sign-up today and enjoy the               International Trade
     learning opportunity that physical education can provide!               • One-on-one consultations
    Massage Therapy Program Debuts Soon                                      • Trade Missions and Virtual Trade Shows
    Skyline College will offer a two-semester, 500-hour Massage              • Networking opportunities with foreign buyers
   Therapy Certificate Program beginning in Fall 2011. Let Skyline
                                                                             For more information, or to schedule an appointment, visit
   College support you in your pursuit to receive an excellent education
                                                                             www.bayareacitd.com or contact Allison Mello at (650) 738-7098
  that can lead to opportunities for successful employment as a
                                                                             or melloa@smccd.edu.
 Massage Therapist! Classes will be held Monday through Thursday
 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm in both Fall and Spring semesters.
For more information, please contact the Wellness Program at                 Summer Counseling Hours
(650) 738-4366 or skylinewellness@smccd.edu.                                 Counseling Services are limited during the summer (June, July and early
                                                                             August). Counseling appointments and walk-in times will be available
Get Connected to a Career in the Glamorous Beauty Industry
                                                                             throughout the summer with priority given to fall enrollment.
 Enroll in Skyline’s five star, prestigious Cosmetology programs and
 prepare yourself for employment in the rapidly growing field of work        Summer Counseling Hours are:
in nail and hair salons. For more information or to receive a personalized   Monday & Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm
tour of our new facilities in Building 4, call (650) 738-4168. Summer        Tuesday & Wednesday, 9 am to 7 pm
hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm.                Note: Counseling services will not be available on Fridays.
                                                                             • New Students for Summer Session and Fall Semester will be
Many Opportunities to Meet Humanities, Social Science,
and American History & Institutions Requirements Online                        served by counseling services during the New Student Orientation
This summer’s online offerings include Art History, Economics,                 Workshops scheduled throughout the summer. Counselors will
United States and California History, Music, Psychology                        prepare a Student Ed Plan at the end of each workshop which prepares
and Sociology. Most of these courses do not require any                        the student for registration. Orientation schedule information will be
 on-campus meetings.                                                           available both in Building 2 and online.
                                                                             • Online Orientation will be available for New Students throughout
  First Year Experience (FYE) Learning Community                               the summer but will require a follow-up counseling appointment that
  The First Year Experience (FYE) is a yearlong program in which               completes the enrollment process.
  a group of students enroll together in a set sequence of classes.
   The FYE program is geared toward full-time students who want              • New Transfer and Returning Students can meet with a counselor
   support transitioning into college-level classes while completing           by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
    their first year at Skyline. Faculty will collaborate to integrate       Check the Counseling website (www.skylinecollege.edu/counseling)
     assignments and improve student success. Contact Vanson                 or call (650) 738-4318 for further information.
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