Fall 2009 - Cerritos College

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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reetings, and welcome to the fall semester. allow us to be the first to welcome you to our reetings, campus if you are new to our community. if you’re a returning student, welcome back to school! here at Cerritos Cerritos College, it is our mission to serve our community by building futures— future futures—your s—your s—your future—through —through learning. We’re also building and renovating our facilities to provide you with the best learning learning environment possible. We work hard to offer you many opportunities and resources as as you learn and grow academically, vocationally and personally. our faculty and staff are here to help you and to encourage you in your pursuits. We are honored honored and delighted that you have chosen to pursue your education at Cerritos College. We wish you you the best this semester. Sincerely,

W illiam C. Farmer, Jr. William

Acting President/Superintendent President/Superintendent

OUR MISSION

Cerritos College’s Colle e’s mission is to serve the co community mmunity by building futures through learning. Cerritos College is an open access institution committed to providing high-quality, academically rigorous instruction in a comprehensive curriculum that respects the diversity represented in our student body and our region. SERv ERvING ThE COMMUNITIES OF ERv artesia bellflower Cerritos Downey hawaiian Gardens la mirada norwalk

AND PORTIONS RTIONS OF RTIONS bell Gardens lakewood long beach Santa Fe Springs South Gate

CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

William C. Farmer, Jr.

acting President/Superintendent

marilyn broCk, ed.D.

interim Vice President of academic affairs/assistant Superintendent

JameS albaneSe, ed.D.

interim Vice President of business Services/assistant Superintendent

StePhen b. JohnSon, ed.D.

Vice President of Student Services/assistant Superintendent

bob ePPle President

Dr. tina Cho member

Dr. bob hUGhlett Vice President

Dr. teD eDmiSton member

Carmen aVal aValoS aValo Secretary

tom JaCkSon member

bob arthUr member

FeliPe GrimalDo Student member

In accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, this information is available in alternate formats by calling 562/860-2451, extension 2333. 1

Dani Carroll’s

Passion Exemplifies Excellence in Teaching

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ani Carroll exudes positive energy and passion f education. Anyone who meets Carroll is for mesmerized by her humor, her warmth and her sincere care for her students.

Carroll was a piano major, aspiring to be a concert pianist, when she came from Northern California to Southern California to attend Biola University on a scholarship. Realizing that music would always be a part of her life, it would not be the profession she aspired to. She always loved her dental hygienist as a child and thought it would be a great fit for herself. She was accepted into the Cerritos College Dental Hygiene program in 1981. Soon after graduating from the program in 1983, she was invited by her former instructors to teach continuing education courses at UCLA. In 1987, she was also asked to teach dental hygiene part-time at Cerritos College. She was fascinated by these teaching experiences and decided to pursue a career in teaching dental hygiene. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from California State University, Long Beach while working full-time as a registered dental hygienist. In 2002, Carroll became a full-time instructor at Cerritos College and this is where she feels she belongs. The Dental Hygiene program is very rigorous, but Carroll believes learning can be fun. She uses an innovative teaching style and makes the sometimes dry, tedious memorizing process interesting by creating a “dental hygiene jeopardy,” a “feel-theteeth-and tell-the-name” game and a “teeth puzzle” game. She is also the senior clinic director, which keeps her busy juggling the schedule of second year student visits to outside clinics all over Southern California. “It’s a lot of work, but worth the effort as our students see a multitude of patients with a variety of different conditions, enabling them to use all of their newly learned clinical skills,” said Carroll. “Our students are more than ready to embrace the real world when they graduate!” She goes way above and beyond her teaching responsibilities and has designed and developed the Dental Hygiene program

Web site. She takes pictures of her students and their activities and updates them on the Web site (she is also an amateur photographer), and always makes herself available for students – night, day and on the weekends. She has also created a job opportunities Web page so she can connect her students with prospective employers. Since the Dental Hygiene curriculum is intensive and competitive, Carroll works very closely with her dental hygiene students. “I treat my students like peers and treat them with respect. “It’s a give and take situation, in which I can share my personal experiences as a dental hygienist and educator, but with such a diverse population, I learn a lot from my students as well,” said Carroll. She interacts with students with sincere care and passion. “Students can tell if you like what you do or not. It would be hard to fake it.” Her commitment and involvement are so infectious that students naturally engage in community services. “I encourage them and give them advice, but I never tell them what to do,” she said. Students of the Student American Dental Hygiene Association (for which Carroll serves as co-advisor) find volunteer and fundraising activities such as walking for a cure, beach cleanup, donations for the homeless, orphanage visits and toy drive for the children’s center all on their own. Clearly her students are picking up good traits from their instructor. One thing that sets her apart is that whenever she finds her students on campus, she greets them and asks how they are doing. “Our dental hygiene philosophy here at Cerritos is that we are a team. This team includes everyone from the students to our counselors, administration, support staff and faculty,” said Carroll. “We all work together for the success of everyone involved!” Her love and passion for education is evident. Whenever she talks about her “kids” – as she refers to her students – she is nothing but smiles. “My students’ success is my success,” said Carroll firmly. Her passion and love for her “kids” epitomize the term “excellence” in teaching.

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AlPHAbETIcAl TAblE OF cONTENTS � cerritos community college District academic information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21, 22

academic Support Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129

admission and enrollment of Special admit minors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26

admission and orientation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 7

adult education non-Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97-100

alcohol and Drug Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116

(aSCC) associated Students of Cerritos College rights/responsibilities/Policies . . . . . . .130-136

assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 9

attendance and Grading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Calendar of important Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 5

Campus map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139

Campus Phone extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137

Class listings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-96

Continuing Student appointment assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129

Counseling and Follow-up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

Course index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143

Credit by exam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Disabled Student Programs and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128

Distance education Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108-115

Falcon Phone and myCerritos enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-14

Fee Payment options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Fees/refund information/Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Final exams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138

Financial assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

General education requirements for the aa Degree and

for transfer to the CSU and UC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117-123

General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

international Student Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104-107

northwood University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

Pass/no Pass Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

reading the Class Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Scholars’ honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102

Services for Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124-126

Sexual harassment Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116

Short-term Class Dates and Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89-91

Site locations (off campus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101

Student Services and Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130-136

Wait list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103

class Schedule � 28 – 96

CLass Listings • General Class Listings • Short-Term Classes • Weekend Classes

28 - 88 92 - 95 95 - 96

97 - 100

aDuLt eDuCation non-CreDit CLasses • Apprenticeship Programs • Adult Education eSl VeSl General education Development occupational Preparation Citizenship • General Registration Information • Older Wiser Learner (formerly emeritus College) • Disabled Student Programs & Services

104 - 107

Learning Communities 108 – 115

DistanCe eDuCation Courses

From science to technology to the humanities, at Cerritos College, our focus is teaching, learning and academic excellence.

if you have questions or need information in spanish about Cerritos College, please call the office of admissions at (562) 860-2451, extension 2211, monday through thursday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. additional information is available in spanish on pages 6-10, 13 and 127. si usted tiene preguntas o necesita información en español acerca del Colegio de Cerritos, llame por favor a la oficina de admisiones al numero (562) 860-2451, extensión 2211, Lunes a Jueves entre las horas de 8:00 de la mañana – 7:00 de la noche y el Viernes entre las horas de 8:00 de la mañana – 4:00 de la tarde. información adicional está disponible en español en las páginas 6-10, 13 y 127.

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FAll 2009 cAlENDAR OF IMPORTANT DATES � FaLCon PHone, myCerritos, anD on-CamPus enroLLment For DsPs anD eoPs stuDents By Prior arrangement onLy: Falcon Phone and myCerritos enrollment for Disabled and eoPS Students July 16 7 am – midnight on-Campus enrollment for Disabled Students July 16 10 am – 12 pm and 5 pm – 6 pm on-Campus enrollment for eoPS Students July 16 1 pm – 2 pm and 6 pm – 7 pm FaLCon PHone anD myCerritos aPPLiCation/enroLLment Hours: monday – Saturday Sunday aDmissions anD reCorDs oFFiCe Fee Payment Hours: July 16 – august 6 august 10 – november 19

2 am - midnight 8 am - midnight

monday - thursday monday - thursday Friday

8 am – 6:30 pm 8 am – 6:30 pm 8 am – 3:30 pm

Please note that the campus will be closed on Fridays from June 5 through August 7. aDmissions anD reCorDs wiLL Be oPen to serVe tHe weekenD stuDent on: Saturday, August 22, 2009 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Saturday, August 29, 2009 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Services will be limited to students enrolled, or wishing to enroll, in Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday classes. CERRITOS COLLEGE OFFERS APPLICATION AND ENROLLMENT vIA ThE wEB. For Online Enrollment: www.cerritos.edu “MyCerritos” *

For Online submission of Admissions applications: my.cerritos.edu “Student Application - Online"

*an application must be submitted for new, returning, and transfer students prior to enrollment. For continuing students, a user iD number (7-digit student iD-example 0123456) and Password (6-digit date of birth-mmddyy) are required. The Admissions and Records Office, Counseling Services, and Financial Aid will be closed for in-service training on the following dates during the Fall 2009 semester:

Friday, September 25, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009

ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT Cerritos College publishes an Annual Security Report in accordance with the Cleary Act. This report includes statistics for the

previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or

controlled by Cerritos College; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. This

report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, and

other matters. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Campus Police Department in person or

at (562) 860-2451, extension 3202. This report is also available on the Web at www.cerritos.edu/police.

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FAll 2009 cAlENDAR OF IMPORTANT DATES � If your class dates and deadlines are not listed, please check the short-term class deadlines on pages 89-91. 18-week session: august 17 - December 18 enrollment dates July 16 - august 23 instructor-initiated adds august 24 - 28 last day to drop with a refund august 28 last day to add (instructor initiated) august 28 last day to drop without a “W” September 18 last day to elect P/nP grading option September 18 last day to drop with a “W” november 20 First 9-week session: enrollment dates instructor-initiated adds last day to drop with a refund last day to add (instructor initiated) last day to drop without a “W” last day to elect P/nP grading option last day to drop with a W”

august 17 - october 16 July 16 - august 17 august 18 - 20 august 20 august 20 September 2 September 2 october 2

15-week intrasession: enrollment dates instructor-initiated adds last day to drop with a refund last day to add (instructor initiated) last day to drop without a “W” last day to elect P/nP grading option last day to drop with a “W”

september 8 - December 18 July 16 - September 11 September 12 - 16 September 16 September 16 october 6 october 6 november 20

seConD 9-week session: enrollment dates instructor-initiated adds last day to drop with a refund last day to add (instructor initiated) last day to drop without a “W” last day to elect P/nP grading option last day to drop with a “W”

october 19 - December 18 July 16 - october 19 october 20 - 23 october 23 october 23 november 4 november 4 December 7

*Deadlines do not reflect in-person, office availability. Adds/drops available through MyCerritos and Falcon Phone. imPortant Dates: First day to file petition for a.a. Degree and Certificate for Fall 2009 august 17 labor Day holiday September 7 last day to file petition for a.a. Degree and Certificate for Fall 2009 october 12 Veterans Day holiday november 11 thanksgiving recess november 26 - 29 Final exams December 12 - 18 Fall 2009 semester ends December 18 During the week of August 17-21, parking is free in all white-lined stalls.

Tune in to 1700 AM, Cerritos College Radio, for updated information on enrollment and registration.

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ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION � ADMISION Y ORIENTAcION � ALL COURSE PREREQUISITES ARE STRICTLY ENFORCED BY FALCON PHONE AND MYCERRITOS

ENROLLMENT. READ YOUR COURSE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY FOR ALL REQUIREMENTS.

How to Apply for Admission • Students who are enrolling for the first time or who are returning after an absence of one or more semesters, must complete an admissions application as early as possible prior to the start of enrollment. (Proof of residence may be required). the admission application is available on the college website at my.cerritos.edu, "Student application-online." • Continuing students who were active in the previous session will be mailed enrollment material and are ENCOURAGED TO ENROLL USING FALCON PHONE OR MY CERRITOS. • International students are in F-1 student visa status. international students must submit an international Student application, meet specific admission requirements, and pay a $50 ($35 for re-admit students) processing fee. Students with other visa status (e.g., b-2, F-2, h-4, etc.) are given the provisions to change to F-1 status. Contact the international Student Center at (562) 860­ 2451, ext. 2133, to have an application sent directly to your mailing address or download an application by visiting our website at www. cerritos.edu/isc. F-2 dependents are to be issued separate, individual i-20’s. F-2 students transferring from high school who plan to attend Cerritos College as a full-time student must change to the F-1 status.

Matriculation is a process designed to assist students in accom­ plishing their educational goals. The process brings the college and the student into an agreement for the purpose of realizing the student’s educational goal. The primary purpose of matriculation is student success. For additional information, visit the matriculation website at http:// cms.cerritos.edu/counseling/matriculation. tHe CoLLege agrees to ProViDe: • An admissions application process. • An orientation to the College’s programs and services. • An assessment of the student’s study skills, English language proficiency, computational skills, goals, learning skills, career aspirations, academic performance, and need for special services. • Counseling and advisement to develop an educational plan. • Follow-up evaluation of each student's progress in achieving an education goal. tHe stuDent agrees to: • Express at least a broad educational intent upon admission. • Declare an educational goal before or during the term after which the student completed 15 units. • Attend class. • Work diligently to complete course assignments. • Demonstrate an effort to attain an educational goal.

aDmision ¿Quién puede solicitar admisión? • Cualquier persona que sea graduada de secundaria o por lo menos de 18 años de edad. • Estudiantes en su penúltimo año o con una forma aprobada de admission especial (Special admit). • Estudiantes internacionales con visas validas F-1 de no inmigrante.

new stuDent you are a new student if this is the first time you are attending any college.

Como solicitar admisión • Estudiantes que se matriculan por primera vez o que regresan después de una ausencia de uno o más semesters, deben completar una solicitud de admisión tan pronto como sea posible antes de el comienzo de inscripción. (Prueba de residencia podría ser necesaria). la solicitud de admisión se encuentra disponible en el sitio web de Cerritos College, my.cerritos.edu “Student application – online.” • Estudiantes que estuvieron activos en la sesion anterior recibiran el material de inscripción por correo y son eXortaDoS a inSCribirSe Por meDio De el teleFono o Por el Sitio Web my.CerritoS.eDU. • estudiantes internacionales con visa F-1 de estudiante. estudiantes internacionales deben presentar una solicitud internacional de estudiante, reunir los requisitos de admisión específicos, y pagar una cuota de $50 ($35 para estudiantes que sean re-admitidos) por el cobro de procesamiento. A los estudiantes con otro estatus (por ejemplo, B-2, F-2, h-4, etc) se les puede proveer la oportunidad de cambiar su estatus migratorio por medio de la visa de estudiante (F-1). Contacte el Centro internacional de estudiantes si desea que se le envíe una aplicación a su dirección o también puede obtenerla directamente visitando el sitio web www.cerritos.edu/isc.

transFer stuDent you are a transfer student if you attended another college but have never attended Cerritos College. returning stuDent you are a readmit student if you have previously attended Cerritos College but did not attend the 2009 Spring or Summer semester. Continuing stuDent you are a continuing student if you were enrolled in credit classes at Cerritos College during the 2009 Spring or Summer semester. aDmission Who May Apply for Admission? • Anyone who is a high school graduate or at least 18 years of age who may benefit from instruction. • High school students in their junior or senior year with appropriate Special admit approval forms. • International Students in valid non-immigrant, F-1 visa status. 6

ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION � ADMISION Y ORIENTAcION � Dependientes F-2 deberán recibir una forma individual i-20

por separado. esudiantes F-2 que se transferirán de la escuela

secundaria y planean ser estudiantes de tiempo completo en

Cerritos College deberán cambiar su estatus a F-1.

Open Courses It is the Policy of the Cerritos Community College District that, unless

specifically exempted by statue, every course, course section or class, the attendance of which is to be reported for state aid, wherever offered and maintained by the district, shall be fully open to enrollment and paticipation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets such prerequistes as may be established pursuant to Title 5 of the California Administrative Code, commencing with Section 51006.

orientation • The new student orientation workshops are designed to acquaint you with Cerritos College and its programs and services. attendance will make your enrollment process easier. orientation workshops are held at a variety of times prior to the start of each semester and online at www.cerritos.edu/counseling. • Both day and evening workshops are available prior to enrollment. the workshops include campus information, counseling, and a tour of the campus. make an appointment for a workshop in the Counseling office or call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2231. • It is recommended that students new to college attend an orientation workshop before they enroll. tranSFer students are also highly encouraged to attend an orientation workshop. readmit and continuing students are exempt. • Orientation and Educational Planning classes are offered throughout the semester. these classes are listed in the schedule of classes under Counseling 50 (CoUn 50), orientation and educational Planning.

All announcements herein are subject to revision. Changes may be made subsequent to the date of publication.

Prerequisites are strictly enforced by Falcon

Phone and MyCerritos Enrollment.

• Complete placement tests and enroll into the recommended courses. • Complete the prerequisite course with a “C” grade or higher. • Bring transcripts to the Counseling Department of a prerequisite course completed at another college.

orientaCion • Las conferencias de orientación para los nuevos estudiantes han sido diseñadas para familiarizarlo con Cerritos College y sus programas y servicios. asistencia a estas conferencias le harán más fácil su proceso de inscripción. estas conferencias de orientación se realizan varias veces antes de el comienzo de cada semestre y a travez de el servicio de internet en www.cerritos.edu/counseling. • Las conferencias estan disponibles tanto en el día como en la noche antes de la inscripción. estas conferencias incluyen información acerca de el colegio, consejeria, y un recorrido por el colegio. Para hacer una cita para una conferencia, vaya a la Oficina de Consejería (Counseling office) o llame al (562) 860-2451 ext. 2231. • Se recomienda que los estudiantes nuevos para el colegio asistan a una conferencia de orientación antes de inscribirse. estudiantes que están siendo transferidos de otro colegio son también exortados a asistir a una de estas conferencias. estudiantes que estuvieron activos en la sesion anterior y estudiantes que son readmitidos están exentos. • Classes de orientación y planeamiento de educación se ofrecen durante todo el semestre. estas clases se encuentran en el calendario de clases bajo Asesoramiento 50 (Counseling 50 – COUN 50), Planeamiento de orientación y educacion.

STUDENT ACTIVITY STICKER AND

IDENTIFICATION CARD

A student activity sticker and identification card can be obtained from the Student I.D. Center which is located in the game room between the Food Court and the College Bookstore. REGULAR HOURS During fall and spring semesters: 9 a.m.– 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Hours vary during summer sessions. Check the Student Activities website or call the Student I.D. Center at (562) 860-2451, ext. 2480. EXTENDED HOURS During the first two weeks of classes in fall and spring semesters, the Student I.D. Center will be open on Fridays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. If a student has special circumstances and cannot be available to obtain the student activity sticker and identification card during any of the hours listed above, arrange­ ments can be made by calling (562) 860-2451, ext. 2480. It is important that students be in possession of their Cerritos College identification card at all times while on campus. This card is necessary for “buy-backs” in the College Bookstore and it is important to present when using the College Library and Student Health Center.

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ASSESSMENT � EvAluAcION � wHat is “assessment?” “assessment” means the process of gathering information about an individual student to facilitate his or her success. at Cerritos College, assessment testing includes, but is not limited to, the collection of infor­ mation regarding a student’s study skills, english language proficiency, computational skills, high school and/or college transcript review, evi­ dence of an a.a. degree or higher from an accredited institution, learning skills, academic performance, and need for special services. in addition, career assessment is the opportunity to explore career aspira­ tions, goals, skills, interests, and values. ¿Que es La “eVaLuaCion?” “evaluación” es el proceso de recopilación de información acerca de un alumno para facilitar su éxito. en Cerritos College, este examen incluye pero no está limitado a la recopilación de información en relación a las aptitudes de el estudiante, el dominio de el idioma inglés, conocimientos de computación, revision de educación transferida de la secundaria o de otro colegio, evidencia de título a.a. o superior que haya sido obtenido en una institución acreditada, capacidad de aprendizaje, rendimiento escolar, y la necesidad de servicios especiales. además, la evaluación es la oportunidad de estudiar aspiraciones, metas, habilidades, intereses y valores con respecto a la carrera. Do i neeD to take an assessment test? all new students need to be assessed. if you plan to enroll in a math, english, or reading class or if you plan to earn an a.a. degree, it is strongly recommended that you take assessment tests prior to enroll­ ment. a student number and photo iD are required to take the test. Please note: the exceptions listed are assessment options for course clearance or placement. to meet the required reading, math, and english proficiencies necessary to qualify for the associate in arts degree, check your catalog or ask a counselor. all tests are computerized. ¿es neCesario tener una aPreCiaCion De PrueBa? todos los nuevos estudiantes necesitan ser evaluados. Si usted planea inscribirse en clases de matemáticas, ingles, o lectura o si planea obte­ nere un título a.a., es recomendable que tome el examen de evaluación antes de inscribirse. Para tomar el examen deberá presentar su número de estudiante y una identificación con fotografía. tenga en cuenta: las excepciones mencionadas son opciones de la evaluación para determiner eligibilidad para tomar ciertos cursos. Para cumplir con los requisitos de lectura, matemáticas, y dominio de el idioma ingles, necesarios para calificar para el título a.a. (associate in Arts degree), revise su catálogo o pregunte a un consejero. Todos los exámenes son computarizados. matriCuLation serViCes waiVer Cerritos Community College offers matriculation Services to all new students prior to their enrollment in classes. these services include: admission to the college, orientation, assessment and counseling. a student can elect to waive any or all matriculation services. Should you decide, at a later date, to participate or utilize a previously waived service, you may do so by requesting the service through the Counseling office. if you have special needs for completing assessment, orientation or counseling, please contact the Counseling office.

renunCia a serViCios De matriCuLaCion Cerritos College ofrece servicios de matriculación a todos los nuevos estudiantes antes de inscribirse en clases. estos servicios incluyen: admisión a el colegio, orientación, evaluación y asesoramiento. estudiantes pueden optar por renunciar a cualquier o todos los servicios de matriculación. en caso de que usted decida, en una fecha posterior, participar o uitilizar un servicio al cual había renunciado previamente, puede hacerlo solicitando el servicio a través de la Oficina de Consejería (Counseling office). Si tiene necesidades especiales para completar la evaluación, orientación o asesoramiento, contacte la oficina de Consejería. assessment test exemPtions Students who already possess an a.a. degree or higher are not required to take assessment tests, but will be required to verify the degree by presenting official documents to the admissions office at least one week prior to enrollment. exCePCiones Para eL examen De eVaLuaCion los estudiantes que ya poseen un título a.a. o superior no están obli­ gados a tomar el examen de evaluación, pero tendrán que verificar su título presentando documentos oficiales en la oficina de admisiones por lo menos una semana antes de inscribirse. inDiViDuaL assessment test exceptions for Course Placement English– if you have completed english 100 or an equivalent three or four unit college-level composition course with a “C” grade or higher at an accredited college, you are exempt from the english assessment. Please submit official proof (grade reports or transcripts) to a counselor prior to enrollment. Basic Math– if you have completed algebra 1 or higher with a “b” grade or higher at a high school or an accredited college, you are exempt from the basic math assessment. Please submit official proof (grade reports or transcripts) to a counselor. Advanced Math– Students who achieve math 60 clearance on the basic math readiness test may take one of the appropriate advanced math tests to determine their suitable math level OR Students may be placed in advanced math courses based on “b” grade or higher in recently completed high school or college algebra courses. it is strongly recommended that these math courses have been completed within the past three years. Proof of high school or college grades is required. Advanced Placement Courses–Students who participate in advanced placement courses at their high schools and earn required scores on tests can earn college credit for those courses when they come to Cerritos College. a student who scores 3, 4 or 5 on the College board advanced Placement test in the areas of biology, Chemistry, english, mathematics, Physics, Spanish, economics, Government/Politics and history may be eligible to receive college credit for selected classes. For further details, ask a counselor. Chemistry– Please read the prerequisites and recommendations section with each Chemistry class listing. be sure that the prerequisites are satisfied before enrolling in a course. 8

ASSESSMENT � EvAluAcION � examenes inDiViDuaLes De eVaLuaCion Excepciones para colocación Inglés – Si ha completado inglés 100 (english 100) o un curso de tres o cuatro unidades en composición a nivel de Universidad con un grado de “C” o más alto en un colegio acreditado, usted está exento de tomar la evaluación de inglés. Por favor envíe prueba official (calificaciones o transcripciones) a un consejero antes de inscribirse. Matemáticas Básicas – Si usted ha completado algebra 1 o superior con un grado de “b” o más alto en una escuela superior o universidad acreditada, usted está exento de tomar la evaluación de matemáticas básicas. Por favor envíe prueba official (calificaciones o transcrip­ ciones) a un consejero. Matemáticas Avanzada – los estudiantes que pasen el nivel de matemáticas 60 (math 60) al presentar el examen en matemáticas básicas, podrán tomar un examen de matemáticas avanzada para deter­ miner su nivel adecuado de matemáticas. O estudiantes pueden ser colocados en cursos avanzados de matemáti­ cas si recientemente completaron cursos en álgebra para colegio en la secundaria o universidad con un grado de “b”o más alto. Se recomienda encarecidamente que estos cursos se hayan completado en los últimos tres años. Prueba de grados de la escuela secundaria o universidad es obligatoria. Cursos de Eligibilidad Avanzada – los estudiantes que participan en eligibilidad para cursos avanzados en sus escuelas secundarias y obtienen los resultados requeridos en los exámenes, pueden obtener créditos universitarios para esos cursos cuando vienen a Cerritos College. estudiantes que reciban puntuaciones de 3, 4 o 5 en el examen “College board advanced Placement test” en las áreas de biología, Química, inglés, matemáticas, Física, español, economía, Gobierno y Política e historia puede ser elegible para recibir créditos universitarios en ciertas clases. Para más detalles, solicite hablar con un consejero. Quimica – Por favor lea la sección de recomendaciones y requisitos anunciados para clases de Química. Asegúrese de cumplir los requisitos previos antes de matricularse en un curso.

assessment testing sCHeDuLe Copies of the assessment testing schedule are available on the Cerritos College Career Services web page (www.cerritos.edu/assessment-cen­ ter), or at the admissions office, Counseling, and Career Services Center, or call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2355, for dates and times. appointments are available during peak testing periods of november-January and Juneaugust. CaLenDario De eVaLuaCiones Copias de el calendario de los examines están disponibles en la página web de Cerritos College Career Services (www.cerritos.edu/career-ser­ vices/assessment-testing), o en la Oficina de Admisiones, Consejería, y el Centro de Servicios de Carrera, o llame al (562) 860-2451, ext. 2355, para fechas y horarios. hay citas disponibles durante las temporadas altas de noviembre-enero y Junio-agosto. aCCommoDation For stuDents witH DisaBiLities any student with a verified disability may arrange an appointment for alternative administration of english, reading, eSl, and mathematics placement tests by contacting the Disabled Student Programs, (562) 860-2451, ext. 2333. a current Cerritos College application must be on file and advance request for DSPS assistance is necessary. alternative administration may include extended time, large print, readers, writers, or the use of assistive technology. aDaPtaCiones Para estuDiantes Con DisCaPaCiDaDes Cualquier estudiante con una discapacidad comprobada puede hacer una cita para alternativas sobre la administración de examines de evalu­ ación de inglés, lectura, eSl y matemáticas, contactando el Programa de estudiantes con Discapacidad (DSPS) al (562) 860-2451, ext. 2333. Deberá primero tener ya una aplicación con Cerritos College y haber solicitado asistencia antes de el día de el examen. estas alternativas pueden incluir extension de tiempo, el tipo de imprenta mas grande, personas que le asistan con la lectura o escritura, o el uso de asistencia tecnológica.

aCCommoDations For engLisH as a seConD Language Students planning to take eSl (english as a Second language) courses need to take the CelSa exam. aDaPtaCiones Para ingLes Como segunDo iDioma estudiantes que planean tomar cursos de eSl (inglés como Segundo idioma) necesitan tomar el examen CelSa. may i retake a test? Students may repeat any assessment test one time AFTER one semester waiting period. ¿PueDo rePetir un examen? estudiantes pueden repetir las pruebas una vez despues de esperar un semestre.

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cOuNSElING AND FOllOW-uP � cONSEJERIA Y POSTERIORES � CounseLing • All students new to college should attend an orientation workshop to receive counselor assistance for course selection prior to enrollment. returning and transfer students should also see a counselor. • Complete assessment requirements before seeing a counselor. • Students on academic or progress probation are required to receive course approval from a counselor prior to enrollment. • Counselors are available on an appointment or walk-in basis prior to enrollment. • During enrollment, counselors are available on a limited walk-in basis. • Counselors are available online at http://www.cerritos.edu/counseling. • Once the semester begins, new, readmit, and transfer students are highly encouraged to make a counseling appointment to discuss educational goals and to make an educational plan. Continuing students are encouraged to meet with a counselor every semester to ensure their educational plan accurately reflects their educational goal. make an appointment at the counseling desk or call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2231. ConseJeria • Todos los estudiantes nuevos para el colegio deben asistir a una orientación para recibir asistencia de un consejero que los pueda ayudar a seleccionar los cursos adecuados antes de inscribirse. estudiantes que están transferiendo de otra institución o que regresan después de una ausencia deberán ver a un consejero. • Complete los requisitos de la evaluación antes de ver a un consejero. • Los estudiantes que están en académico o progreso condicional deberán recibir aprobación de un consejero para tomar cursos antes de inscribirse. • Consejeros están disponibles por medio de citas antes de el período de inscripción. • Durante el período de inscripción consejeros están disponibles sin cita, pero estas citas son limitadas. • Los consejeros están disponibles en línea en http://www.cerritos. edu/counseling. • Ona vez que el semestre comienza, estudiantes que son nuevos, readmitidos, o transferidos de otra institución, son exortados a hacer una cita con un consejero para discutir metas educativas y hacer un plan de educación. Estudiantes exortados a reunirse con un consejero cada semestre para garantizar que su plan de educación refleje con exactitud su meta educativa. Pida una cita en el mostrador de consejería o llame al (562) 860-2451 ext. 2231.

seguimiento Consejería y profesores proporcionan una serie de servicios de seguimiento a los estudiantes. estos servicios están diseñados para proporcionar infomación con respecto al progreso académico de los estudiantes. Se prestan servicios especiales a estudiantes que están en académico y/o progreso condicional, alumnus en cursos de habilidades básicas, y a los estudiantes que sen encuentran indecisos sobre su meta educativa. Cuando es necesario los estudiantes son referidos a servicios fuera de esta institución. BasiC skiLLs Course Limitations no more than a total of thirty (30) units from the pre-collegiate basic skills courses listed below are allowed: bCom 46 enGl 15, 20, 32, 22 math 20, 40, 42 reaD 41t, 42, 43, 46, 54 “basic skills course work” refers to pre-collegiate basic skills courses (i.e. courses in reading, writing, computation, learning skills, study skills) that are designated as non-degree applicable courses, the purpose of which is to prepare students for successful completion of an associate in arts degree, transfer, or certification courses. as students near this thirty (30) unit limit, they will be notified by the Dean of academic affairs and referred to a counselor for educational planning. Students enrolled in one or more courses of english as a Second language (eSl) or students identified as having a learning disability are exempt from the thirty (30) unit limitation. a student who has completed thirty (30) units of basic skills course work shall be barred from enrolling in pre-collegiate basic skills classes and referred to other agencies to develop the skills necessary to enter college-level course work.

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FAlcON PHONE AND MYcERRITOS ENROllMENT

i n s t r u C t i o n s FaLCon PHone anD myCerritos enroLLment Dates July 16 - November 9, 2009 Monday - Saturday Sunday

2:00 a.m. - midnight 8:00 a.m. - midnight

All eligible continuing students have the opportunity to enroll for classes on or after their scheduled appointment, by calling on a touchtone phone or by logging on to the Cerritos College home page at www.cerritos.edu and selecting MyCerritos. Students are encouraged to use one of these TWO, fast, easy, and convenient methods to enroll. Please verify your appointment date and time.

wHo may enroLL using FaLCon PHone anD myCerritos All continuing students (students who attended Spring or Summer 2009) and new, returning, and transfer students who have met matriculation requirements. Exceptions: • Students who are on probation, subject to dismissal, or who have not seen a counselor for a contract. • Students with enrollment holds (NSF checks, library and athletic obligations, administrative holds, etc.)

VeriFy your aPPointment Verify your appointment date and time at www.cerritos.edu and select MyCerritos, “Student Center”, “Enrollment Dates”. on your appoint­ ment date and time, call from a toUChtone telePhone (no cellular phones) or log on to MyCerritos, “Student Center”, “Enroll”.

reQuirements BeFore enroLLment Academic Advisement: Students who need advisement assistance are encouraged to see a counselor prior to their Falcon Phone or myCerritos enrollment appointment date. DSPS and EOPS Students: Should first contact their counselor or specialist in their program for enrollment assistance. Clear Holds: all enrollment holds must be cleared prior to your enrollment date.

PLan your CLass sCHeDuLe

note: • Prerequisites ARE CHECkED wHEN YOU ARE PLACED ON A wAIT LIST. they are also checked at enrollment. yoU may loSe a Seat if prerequisites are not met when the instructor adds you to a class, or "auto-enroll" is activated. “auto-enroll” will automatically enroll students from the wait list to the official roster when space becomes available. • Cerritos College uses an “auto-enroll” process from wait list to roster. You are responsible for all drops. if you do not want your wait-listed classes, please drop to avoid a substandard grade and forfeiture of enrollment fees. For more information on wait lists, see "Wait list" on page 16. • If you are enrolled in a class AND are on a wait list for the same course (i.e., enrolled in SOC 101 and #1 on the wait list for SOC 101 at another time) you will lose a seat when “auto-enroll” tries to move you from the wait list to the official roster due to “Multiple Enrollment”.

to enroLL • For Falcon Phone use only a touchtone phone. touchtone phones make a tone sound when each button is pressed. Please no cellular phones. • For MyCerritos, please log on to www.cerritos.edu, select MyCerritos, "Student Center", "Enroll". • if you call Falcon Phone or log on to MyCerritos before your appointment date and time, the system will not allow you to enroll. however you may call or log on anytime on or after your scheduled appointment date and time during published enrollment hours. • If Falcon Phone does not answer, all lines are busy. Please continue to call or log on to www.cerritos.edu and select MyCerritos, to complete your enrollment. • Falcon Phone and MyCerritos will lead you through step-by-step instructions. Do not get ahead of the instructions as this may result in incomplete enrollment and loss of classes.

Fees are Due anD PayaBLe IMPORTANT: each enrollment in a class or add to a wait list for a class results in a fee amount due. Students may have several amounts due based on the number of enrollments or wait list adds. the amounts due will appear on the student account. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO ALL DEBTS LISTED FOR EACH TRANSACTION.

• Check student data on enrollment appointment. if there are corrections, please contact admissions and records, in person, as soon as possible. address, phone number and email corrections can be made by using myCerritos. • Check “Holds and To Do’s” on MyCerritos prior to enrolling. • Use the worksheet on page 18. • List classes in priority order; 18 units maximum per semester. • List alternative classes in case your class choices are not available. Pick alternatives with the same time offerings. • Verify your placement scores and completion of prerequisites. identify required LABS and possible CLASS TIME CONFLICTS. • Students can make PROGRAM CHANGES (class adds and drops) by Falcon Phone or MyCerritos after initial enrollment.

Students are required to pay all fees at the time of enrollment. Students adding their names to wait lists will be charged the applicable enrollment fees and tuition. Failure to pay in seven (7) calendar days will result in withdrawal from courses and/or wait list.

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Falcon Phone Enrollment Procedures 1. Call (562) 865-3276 on your appointment date and time. PLEASE DO NOT USE A CELLULAR PHONE. CELLULAR TOUCHTONES ARE UNRECOGNIZABLE. SIMILAR RESULTS MAY OCCUR wITH A CORDLESS PHONE. 2. listen to the introduction. 3. enter your 7-digit Cerritos College Student iD number. if your student iD number is 6-digits, please add a zero (0) to the front of the number. ex. 0123456. if your student iD number is 5-digits or starts with a letter and not a number, please call the office of admissions and records at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2211. 4. enter your Personal identification number (Pin) listed on your enrollment appointment; it is your 6-digit date of birth. 5. if you enter the wrong Pin, Falcon Phone will ask that you enter the Pin again, if it is correct you may begin your enrollment. if the second entry is not correct, you will be required to contact the office of admissions and records before you can continue your enrollment on Falcon Phone. 6. enter your first 5-digit class number. We recommend that you use the worksheet provided on your page 18. Please wait for confirmation. Continue entering your next class number; as done previously. to add your name to a wait list please use the instructions for “aDD” class, and follow instructions for addition to wait list. DO NOT HANG UP! HANGING UP WILL RESULT IN ENROLLMENT IN THE CLASS NUMBERS YOU HAVE ENTERED. 7. When you have entered all of your classes, press the asterisk button for the following options: oPtions (main menu): to aDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press 1

to DroP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press 2

to hear your class schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press 3

to hear a list of open classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press 4

to hear an account balance, pay by credit card

or select parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press 5

to return to the main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press *1

to repeat the last prompt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press *8

to end the call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press *9

Students are limited to 18 units per semester. Students are required to pay all fees at the time of enrollment. Students adding their names to wait lists will be charged the applicable enrollment fees and tuition. Failure to pay in seven (7) calendar days will result in withdrawal from courses and/or wait list. Please refer to “FeeS are DUe anD Payable” on page 11.

Fees enrollment Fee* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$20 per unit

Student activity Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10

health Services Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16

Parking Fee (optional)** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30

non-resident tuition Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$190 per unit

international Student tuition Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$227 per unit

($190 per unit non-resident tuition fee plus $37 per unit capital outlay fee)

* Subject to legislative change. ** Parking permits will be mailed to students who enroll by Falcon Phone or myCerritos and pay fees prior to the start of the term.

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PROcEDIMIENTOS DE INScRIPcION POR MEDIO DE El TElEFONO � 1. llame al (562) 865-3276 en la fecha y hora que se le ha indicado en su cita. POR FAVOR NO UTILICE UN TELEFONO CELULAR. CELULARES SON IRRECONOCIBLES. RESULTADOS SIMILARES PUEDEN PRODUCIRSE CON UN TELEFONO INALAMBRICO. 2. escuchar la introducción. 3. Marque su número de identificación de estudiante de Cerritos College de 7 dígitos. Si su número de identificación de estudiante es de 6 dígitos, por favor, agregue un cero (0) en la parte delantera del número. Ejemplo 0123456. Si su número de identificación de estudiante es de 5 dígitos o comienza con una letra y no un número, por favor llame a la Oficina de Admisiones y Registro al (562) 860-2451 ext. 2211. 4. Marque su Número de Identificación Personal (PIN) indicado en su cita de inscripción; es los 6 dígitos de su fecha de nacimiento. 5. Si marca el Pin equivocado, el sistema telefónico le pedirá que lo vuelva a marcar de nuevo, si es correct ousted puede comenzar su inscripción. Si la segunda vez que lo marca no es correcta, sera necesario que contacte a la oficina de admisiones y registro antes de que pueda continuar con su insccripción por teléfono. 6. Marque su primer número de clase de 5 dígitos. Le recomendamos que utilice la hoja de trabajo proporcionada en la página 18. Por favor espere a que su transacción sea confirmada. Continúe con su siguiente número de clase; como lo hizo anteriormente. Para añadir su nombre a una lista de espera, por favor utilice las instrucciones de “aDD” clase, y siga las instrucciones para la adición a la lista de espera. NO CUELGUE! COLGAR HARA QUE USTED SEA INSCRITO EN LAS CLASES QUE HA ELEGIDO 7. Cuando haya elegido todas sus clases, presione el botón asterisco para las siguientes opciones: oPCiones (menu PrinCiPaL):



Para añadir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione 1

Para cancelar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione 2

Para escuchar su horario de clases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione 3

Para escuchar la lista de clases abiertas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione 4

Para escuchar el saldo de su cuenta, pagar con

tarjeta de crédito, o seleccionar estacionamiento . . . . . . . Presione 5

Para regresar al menu principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Presione *1

Para repetir la última pregunta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione *8

Para finalizar la llamada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presione *9

los estudiantes están limitados a 18 unidades por semestre. los estudiantes deberán pagar todos los cargos al momento de inscribirse. a los estudiantes que añadan sus nombres a las listas de espera se les cargará las tasas aplicables de inscripción y matrícula. Si no se recibe el pago en un término de 7 días, su inscripción en clases y/o lista de espera será cancelada. Por favor consulte la sección de Fecha de Vencimiento de Deudas (“FeeS are DUe anD Payable”) en la página 11.

tasas Cuota de inscripción* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 por unidad

Cuota de actividades estudiantiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10

Cuota de Servicios de Salud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16

Cuota de estacionamiento (opcional)** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30

Cuota de inscripción a no residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $190 por unidad

Cuota de inscripción a estudiantes internacionales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $227 por unidad

($190 por unidad por no residencia mas $37 por unidad de pago capital)

*Sujeto a cambios legislativos. **Permisos de estacionamiento serán enviados a los estudiantes que se inscriban por teléfono o por myCerritos y paguen sus cuentas antes de el comienzo de semestre. 13

Mycerritos ENROllMENT procedures � Via

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Go to MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu) or the Cerritos College home page and select Enter your User ID (7-digit student ID number) and Password (6-digit date of birth). Select “Student Center”. Select “Enroll”. Verify Term (Fall 2009). Enter Class Number and select “Next”. Verify class information and availability, and select “Next”. if your class is closed you may wish to be added to a wait list, if available. Check the “Wait List” box and select “Next”. Your class is now in your “Shopping Cart”. you may enter another class number or, if done, select “Proceed to Step 2 of 3”. Confirm your class(es) and select “Finish Enrolling”. Verify your status as “Success”. To pay for your class(es), select “Make a Payment” and follow the directions for credit card payments.

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fee payment options Students are required to pay all fees at the time of enrollment. Students adding their names to wait lists will be charged the applicable enrollment fees and tuition. Failure to pay in seven (7) calendar days will result in withdrawal from courses and/or wait list. Please refer to “FEES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE” on page 11. On the Web via MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu): • After logging in, select “Student Center” on the MyCerritos home page. • Under Finances, select “Make a Payment”. • Fees must be paid by credit card (MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express). By Falcon Phone: • Call Falcon Phone at (562) 865-3276. • Press 1 for billing; press 2 to hear your account balance and pay by credit card. • Enter your 7-digit Cerritos College Student ID number and PIN. • Follow the instructions for entering your payment information. By Mail: • The Falcon Phone/MyCerritos system will tell you your total fees and the date your payment is due. • Enclose your registration payment coupon with your pre-printed Student I.D. # and name. • Enclose your check or money order. Please make your payment in the exact amount due and print your Student I.D. # in the "memo" portion of your check or money order. • Send your check to: Admissions and Records, Cerritos College, 11110 Alondra Boulevard, Norwalk, CA 90650 • You will receive your enrollment print-out and receipt by return mail. • Parking permits will be mailed to students who enroll by Falcon Phone/MyCerritos and pay their fees prior to the start of the term. On Campus: • Pay your fees on campus in the Admissions and Records Office within seven (7) calendar business days. Fee windows are open 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday. You may also drop your fee payment in the box provided in the Admissions Office by 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, or Friday before 11:00 a.m., for same day processing. • Bring your registration payment coupon. • You will receive an enrollment print-out and receipt. If you require further assistance contact Admissions and Records at (562) 860-2451, extension 2211, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

BUY YOUR BOOKS WHEN YOU ENROLL!



Now you can buy your textbooks during the enrollment process. Just click the “buy books” button in MyCerritos on either of two screens: one when you “Add Classes” and another on “My Class Schedule”.  The button links to the Cerritos College Bookstore’s eFollett website and presents a list of items (if available) that directly relate to your enrolled classes for the term.

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wait List as you enroll in classes, you may find that some are “closed.” this means that these classes have reached maximum enrollment. in this event you may choose to add your name to the wait list. the number of additions to wait lists is limited to 10 units. Please listen to the instructions on Falcon Phone or follow the instructions on MyCerritos. Cerritos College has implemented a “paid” ppaid” aid” wait list list.. What this means is that once you have added your name to the wait list, you must pay all applicable fees for that class. additionally,“auto-enroll” will be in operation. a auto-enroll uto-enroll will automatically automatically enroll students from the wait list to the official roster when space becomes available. a auto-enroll uto-enroll from a wait list will not occur if: 1. Student has a hold (service indicator) on their account. Please check m myCerritos yCerritos under “holds and toDos”. toDos”. 2. the t class prerequisite has not been met. 3. illegal i course repetition has occurred. (See admission and records for academic records and Standards petition.) 4. there t is a class time conflict. Students may not be enrolled in two classes that meet at the same time. 5. if i you are enrolled in a class anD are on a wait list for the same course (i.e., enrolled in SOC 101 and #1 on the wait list for SOC 101 at another time) you will lose a seat when “auto-enroll” tries to move you from the wait list to the official roster due to “multiple enrollment”. auto-enrollment a uto-enrollment will continue through the first week of the 18-week semester and the first day of class for shorter sessions. View your enrollment status on MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu). http://my.cerritos.edu Failure to attend class IS NOT an automatic drop drop or refund. iff yyou ou do not want yyour our waitlisted classes, classes, please please drop drop to avoid a substandard grade grade and forfeiture oof enrollment fees. Prompt attendance on the first day Prompt day is recommended for all wait listed liste students. Failure to attend may may jeopardize jeopardize your your enrollment status.

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Business on the Cerritos College Campus • Degrees for working adults • Year-round enrollment • All classes taught on campus

The Business University at Cerritos College

Learn more at www.cerritos.edu/northwood

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Reading the class Schedule � Course number



POL 101

Dates class meets.

27139

Instructor name





Specific instructor not yet designated

MTWTh

27140

10:15-12:30PM

MTWTh

27141

12:30- 2:45PM

MTWTh

Obasohan,V

9.0 HRS ARR

(OL)

Falcon,D



27675

28042 27329

Class#27139 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008 Class#27140 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008 Class#27141 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008



Class#27142 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008 5:45- 8:00PM MTWTh Class#27675 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008

STAFF

SS214

Obasohan,V

SS314

STAFF



(hybriD)

SS314

ONLINE



SS214

9.0 HRS ARR

(OL)

Obazuaye,S

8:00-10:15AM

MTWTh

STAFF

SS214

STAFF

SS314

Class#28042 meets 05/19/2008-06/27/2008 Class#27329 meets 06/30/2008-08/08/2008 5:45- 8:00PM MTWTh Class#27650 meets 06/30/2008-08/08/2008

 class meets. Evening  Time Class number 27650

needed for enrollment.

AMERICAN POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS

Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GOVT 2) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 or equivalent with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher.

8:00-10:15AM

27142

Class meets online.



3.0 UNITS



Must satisfy requirements PRIOR to taking the course.

Course name

classes are designated in bold print.

 Days the class meets

ONLINE

Classes meet both on campus and online. See definition below. Online courseSee definition below

& Building room number

Online – Most work and communications occur online. Access to email and the internet is required. Hybrid – Hybrid courses meet both on campus and online. See your instructor’s website for class meeting details.

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enroLLment worksHeet

name

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Class # (5 digits)

subject

21066

Math

Catalog # 60

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wait List taBLe No more than 10 units can be wait listed. Prompt attendance on the first day is recommended for all wait-listed classes. Failure to attend may jeopardize your enrollment status. name

student i.D.

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subject

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Math

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FEES/REFuND INFORMATION AND PROcEDuRES � exPenses 1. *Enrollment Fee: $20 per unit. 2. Non-Resident Tuition: Students who are non-residents of California will also be subject to a non-resident tuition fee of $190 per unit; international students will also be subject to the non-resident tuition fee and a $37 per unit capital outlay fee, payable at time of enrollment. 3. Student Activity Fee: $10 per semester; $4 for summer session. 4. Student Health Fee: $16 per semester; $13 for summer session. Students who rely on prayer for healing and can supply the college with documentation from their spiritual leader are exempt. 5. Parking: on-campus student parking for automobiles is $30 per semester and $15 for summer session. Students must present their original receipt when picking up the parking permit. mopeds and motorcycles may use designated areas at no charge. a daily permit may be purchased for $ 2.00 from the yellow dispensers located in the student parking lots. 6. Materials Fees: as listed with courses in this class schedule. Students are required to pay all fees at the time of enrollment. Students adding their names to wait lists will be charged the applicable enrollment fees and tuition. Failure to pay in seven (7) calendar days will result in withdrawal from courses and/or wait list. Please refer to “FeeS are DUe anD Payable” on page 11. Subject to legislative change* resiDent reQuirements to be considered a California resident for purposes of admission to Cerritos College, a student is required to have resided in the state of California for at least one year and one day prior to the start of the semester for which the student is enrolling.

reFunD PoLiCies anD ProCeDures It is the student's responsibility to apply for a refund. A student is eligible for a refund after classes have been officially dropped. Classes must be dropped by the appropriate deadline for the session in order to be eligible for a refund. Stated deadlines are not adjusted due to late enroll­ ment. See the “Calendar of important Dates” for specific deadlines. a student is eligible for a refund if: a) classes are dropped by the required deadline; b) the program change is the result of action taken by the district to cancel or reschedule a class; c) the student is dropped for fail­ ure to meet a prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s); and/or, d) the student is active or reserve U.S. military personnel who withdraws due to military orders. the above listed eligible students may file a petition with the district requesting refund of their enrollment fee(s). a refund will not be processed if academic credit has been awarded for the class. refunds are not automatically processed. Students must come to the admissions and records office in the administration building beginning on the refund start date and sign a claim statement. approved refunds will then be mailed in approximately two to four weeks. The student's correct address is required on the claim statement when filing. Refunds are made pursuant to Title 5, Section 58501 or 58501.1.

Fees/reFunDs 1. Enrollment Fee, Non-Resident and International Student Tuition, and Student Health Fee, will be refunded if a student drops within the “drop by” dates (see chart below). there are no exceptions. 2. Student Activity Fee and Parking Fee will be refunded if a student has successfully dropped classes within the “drop by” dates (see chart below). Student activity sticker and Parking sticker must be surrendered at the time the student applies for the refund. there are no exceptions. 3. One year limit on refunds. Students seeking refunds must meet requirements of #1 and #2 above to be eligible. Students then have one year from the beginning of the semester in which fees were due to apply for a refund. beyond the one-year limit, students will no longer be eligible for a refund.

FAlCON PhONE AND MYCERRITOS ACCEPT PAYMENT bY MASTERCARD, VISA, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS CREDIT CARD.

This method of payment is encouraged for immediate confirmation of your enrollment.

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GENERAl INFORMATION � rePeating a Course Course repetition allows such courses for which substandard work has been recorded to be repeated only once. the previous grade and units will be disregarded in the computation of Cerritos College grade point average. When course repetition occurs, permanent academic work shall be annotated in such a manner that all work remains legible ensur­ ing a true and complete academic history. the computer system checks for course repetition at the time of enrollment. exception: Certain classes are designated in the catalog and may be repeated for the maximum units indicated. See your counselor before repeating any class. Please check the list of repeatable courses available at the Counseling station during registration. if you have an individual problem, check with one of the counselors on duty. Pass/no Pass CLasses Classes offered on a Non-Optional pass/no pass basis only will be indicated on the students permanent record as a “P” grade (with unit credit) or an “NP” grade (and no units earned). this will not affect the students grade point and Shall not be considered as part of the 15 unit limit policy for the Optional pass/no pass courses that are designed to encourage students to explore courses in areas they feel they may have an interest. See page 23 for guidelines and a list of approved courses in each department. oPen entry/oPen exit CLasses all students should meet with the instructor as soon as possible after the start of the session to inquire about enrollment (unless otherwise noted). a student may enter these classes at any time during the session prior to the specific cut-off date for the individual classes. the courses may be completed within the session in whatever time is necessary for the student to finish the course requirements. DireCteD stuDies Any student interested in pursuing independent projects on an indi­ vidual basis for one or two units should contact a faculty member to determine if he/she is available to sponsor a directed studies project. Students may enroll in these classes only through the second week and with the authorization to enroll in Directed Studies. Form must be signed by both the instructional dean and the faculty member conduct­ ing the Directed Studies. work exPerienCe Students may register for Cooperative Work experience only through the second week of classes. only a reduction of hours may be made after the first week. PrereQuisites, CoreQuisites, reCommenDations anD PrereQuisite CHaLLenge ProCeDure Please see “Prerequisites” in the Cerritos College Catalog.

tHe CoLLege CataLog is aVaiLaBLe in tHe Bookstore For $4.25 PLus tax ($8.50 maiLeD). 20

Academic Information � witHDrawaLs [titLe V, seCtion 58004 (C) (3)] Pursuant to title 5, section 58004 and Cerritos College board Policy, it is the student’s responsibility to participate fully in class (es), once enrollment is complete. however, should it become necessary to withdraw from class, it is the student’s responsibility to drop in person in the admissions and records office or through Falcon Phone or myCerritos. ThE uLTiMATE RESPoNSibiLTy oF WiThDRAWAL FALLS To ThE STuDENT. How to officially withdraw after enrollment ends: Complete an add/Drop card (available in the admissions and records office) or for a faster response, use myCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu) or Falcon Phone. retain an updated printout for your records. ALL wITHDRAwALS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE LISTED DEADLINES. FAILURE TO OFFICIALLY wITHDRAw FROM CLASS(ES) MAY RESULT IN AN “F/Fw” GRADE FOR EACH CLASS. See the “Calendar of Important Dates” for specific deadlines. DireCtory inFormation in ComPLianCe witH tHe FamiLy eDuCationaL rigHts anD PriVaCy aCt (FerPa) Cerritos College will not release personal data about students without their prior written consent except to persons and agencies authorized by law. the college may make an exception to legitimate inquiries, by providing general directory information to include: name • major field of study • class level • dates of attendance • degrees and awards received • participation in officially recognized activities and sports • weight and height of members of athletic teams, and previous educational institu­ tions attended. aDD/DroP ProCeDures if you wish to change your class schedule, please follow the steps below: • to add a class,complete an add/Drop card (available in the admissions and records office) or for a faster response, add via MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu) or Falcon Phone. if the class is closed, you must go to class on the first day and time that it meets; be on time. respectfully request of the instructor(s) to be added to the class(es); if the instructor approves, an electronic enrollment will be submitted on your behalf to admissions and records. Please note that prerequisites, holds (service indicators), conflicts, and illegal course repetition will be checked. all fees must be paid within 7 calendar days. Please refer to “FeeS are DUe anD Payable” on page 11. Please check your student account via MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu), Falcon Phone or in the Admissions and Records Office.all enrollments must be completed by the listed add deadlines. • To drop a class, complete an Add/Drop card (available in the admissions and records office) or for a faster response, drop via MyCerritos (http://my.cerritos.edu) or Falcon Phone. be mindful of deadline dates for refunds and posting of “W’s” to transcripts.

LeVeL/seCtion CHanges Level/section changes must be processed in person. 1. Program changes which involve level changes in skill and performance classes such as shorthand, typing, math, music, etc. may be made during the first week of the session. 2. the english Department, at its own discretion, will allow students to make level adjustments during the first three weeks of classes. 3. With the exception of the math learning Center, no level changes will be allowed in the mathematics Department after the first two weeks of classes. 4. Students may make level change in Work experience classes during the first week. only a reduction of hours may be made after the first week. note: level changes after the first week may be allowed with the con­ sent of both instructors and approval by the instructional dean. note: Section changes may not be made between terms or semesters. a student may not drop a first six/eight week course and then enroll in a second six/eight week course by executing a section change. the student is required to officially drop the first six/eight week class and then pay the appropriate fees to be enrolled in the second six/eight week class. the money will not transfer from one term to another if drop is processed outside of refund date. wHat Cerritos CoLLege oFFers • Freshman and sophomore level course work transferable to four-year colleges and universities. • Vocational/Technical courses designed to prepare for immediate employment. • General education course work designed for academic, cultural, and educational enrichment. DeaDLines throughout the enrollment process (including class petitioning), cer­ tain deadlines are necessary in order to comply with state attendance laws and must be followed by all students. Failure to comply with these guidelines may mean that the student will not be enrolled and will not receive credit for or be allowed to attend classes. Stated deadlines are not adjusted due to late enrollment. returneD CHeCk PoLiCy a $25 fee will be charged on all returned and stop payment checks. All fees are subject to change without notice in accordance with action taken by the board of trustees. Under assembly bill 1226, any person who writes a check which is dishonored for lack of funds is civilly liable, and under the law is liable for three times the amount of the check plus the face value of the check.

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Academic Information (continued) � FaiLure to Pay FinanCiaL oBLigations a. the failure by a student to pay a financial obligation will result in the withholding of grades, transcripts, diplomas or enrollment privi­ leges or any combination thereof. b. the decision to withhold any of the above may be appealed to the President-Superintendent or his designee. C. the item or items being withheld shall be released when the student pays the financial obligation. aCCess to stuDent reCorDs Cerritos College may permit access to student records to any person for whom the student has executed written consent specifying the record to be released and identifying the party or parties to whom the records may be released. Such consent must be signed and dated by the student. the recipient must be notified that the transmission of the information to others is prohibited. title 5 (California administrative regulations) Sec. 54616.

auDiting oF Courses auditing courses is permitted at Cerritos College. an auditor is a student who attends a course or courses for no credit or notation on the official transcript. auditing may be available, pending instructor’s signed per­ mission, for any student who wishes to attend a course for information, review purposes or skill building. Students wishing to audit should be aware that audited courses will not appear on the official transcript. 1. Students may not audit a course unless he/she has exhausted all possibilities to take the course for credit.

2. Permission to audit a course is granted at the discretion of the instructor and with the instructor’s signed permission. 3. With the instructor’s signed permission a student may enroll for audit status anytime during the semester after the first day of the course. (the first day of the course refers to the actual first class meeting.) 4. an auditor may be allowed to elect credit in lieu of audit prior to the end of the 5th week of school for a semester length course or prior to 30% of a course for a short-term course, with the instructor’s written permission. no refund of audit fees will be available and all credit fees must be paid in full at the time of credit election. 5. a credit student may be allowed to elect audit status in lieu of credit prior to end of the 5th week of school for a semester length course or prior to 30% of a course for a short-term course, with the instructor’s written permission. no refund of credit fees will be available after the refund deadline and all audit fees must be paid in full at the time of audit election. 6. Credit students have priority over auditing students. 7. the fee to audit a class is $15.00 per unit (in addition to the student fees). Students enrolled in 10 or more units can audit 3 units free (may be 3 one unit classes). the $15.00 per unit audit fee will automatically be charged if the student drops below 10 units. For additional information regarding auditing, students may make inquiries at the Counseling office, office of academic affairs, Division office, or the office of admissions and records. audit forms may be obtained in the office of admissions and records.

credit by Exam classes � occasionally a student may feel that he/she can earn credit for a certain course by taking a special examination. the student may have gained proficiency through work experience, travel, or independent study. in these cases, a student may petition to receive unit credit by taking an exam prepared by the department. For more information, contact your counselor. Credit by examination will not be offered this semester by the Foreign language Department or the earth Science Department. the following courses have been designated by the divisions as those which may be taken for credit by examination: BUSINESS business accounting 100

business Computerized office technologies 108, 112, 131

business Court reporting 113, 114, 115, 116, 118

FINE ARTS music 103, 104, 104b, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109

Photography 160

theatre 101,102,103,150,151

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS Child Development/early Childhood 161

Culinary arts 101

Dental assisting 51, 52, 53, 54

health occupations 151, 152, 236, 237

medical assisting 62, 161

nursing (all courses)

Pharmacy technician 50, 81, 83, 85

HPE/ATHLETICS health education 100 HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES administration of Justice (all courses except for aJ 71, 91, 107, 173, 220) SCIENCE ENGINEERING AND MATH astronomy 101, 102, 103, 106

Computer and information Sciences 52

mathematics 170, 190, 220, 240

Physics 100

TECHNOLOGY architecture 111

autobody 51

automotive 100, 110`

engineering Design technology 131, 153

machine tool technology 50

Plastics manufacturing technology 5, 51, 53, 61, 67, 70, 100

Welding 100

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pass/no pass classes � the option to enroll in a pass/no pass class is designed to encourage students to explore courses in areas they may feel they have an interest.only these courses listed specifically for pass/no pass may be taken on this basis. Units thus earned will be counted toward the a.a. degree, but will be disregarded in determining the student’s grade point average. Courses approved for pass/no pass will be indicated on the student’s permanent records as “P” with units earned and no grade points; or “nP” with no units earned and no grade points.Units attempted for which “nP”is recorded shall be considered in probation and dismissal procedures. the student is required to take all tests, complete all assignments, and shall be subject to all withdrawal and attendance regulations. Standards of evaluation are identical for all students.

Optional Pass/No-Pass Classes the student shall petition for an optional pass/no pass course through the admissions and records office. the request for such a class must be completed no later than the end of the first 30% of the term. a student may be allowed to elect a letter grade in lieu of the pass/no pass option prior to completion of 30% of the course. BUSINESS (all courses) COUNSELING 200, 210, 220, 298, 299 FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS art 50, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 110, 114, 116, 120, 130a, 133a, 144, 150, 155, 156l, 160, 163, 171, 180, 182a, 183, 183a, 183b, 189l, 190, 191a, 191b, 198, 264, 270, 271 Journalism 50l, 100, 101, 103, 105, 106, 111, 120, 171 music 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 104b, 112, 125a, 126, 128, 138, 139, 143, 152, 153, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 171, 244 Photography 100, 120, 171 theatre 101, 102, 115, 120, 123, 140, 150, 151, 153, 159, 160, 171, 216, 221, 222 HPE/ATHLETICS Physical education (all activity courses) health education 100, 101, 110, 200 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS Child Development Parent education 10 health occupations 150 HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES administration of Justice 101, 102, 103, 105 anthropology 100, 101, 115, 170, 200, 203, 204 economics 101, 204 history 120, 230, 245, 250, 255, 260, 265 Philosophy (all courses) Political Science 90, 110, 210, 230 Sociology 110, 220 LIBERAL ARTS (all courses) SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MATH anatomy and Physiology 120, 130, 150, 151, 200, 201 astronomy 101 biology 100, 105, 110, 115, 120, 200, 201, 202 botany 120 Chemistry 100, 110 Computer and information Sciences (all courses) energy 110 earth Science 101, 101l, 104, 106, 110 Geography 101, 102, 105,106 Geology 100, 101, 110, 201, 204, 207, 209 mathematics 40, 42, 60, 70, 80, 80a, 80b, 90a, 90b, 110a, 110b, 140, 150a, 170a,190a microbiology 200 Physical Science 100 Physics 100 Zoology 120

TECHNOLOGY architecture (all courses)

automotive Collision repair 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59a, 59b, 59C, 59e,

61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 73/74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 83a, 83C, 83m, 86, 88, 181, 182,

183, 281, 282, 283, 285, 287

automotive mechanical repair 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 34, 35, 36, 37, 50, 51, 53,

54, 55, 73/74, 80, 81, 100, 120, 121, 130, 131, 140, 141, 150, 160, 161, 170, 180,

190, 192, 193, 194, 195, 223, 224, 226, 231, 233, 243, 245l, 280

electronics 37l, 43/44, 50, 52, 53a, 53b, 54, 56, 57, 60, 62, 64a, 64b, 66, 76, 86,

94, 96a, 96b, 100, 110, 110l, 114, 114l, 120, 120l, 124, 124l, 134, 134l, 200,

200l, 202, 205, 210, 210l, 212, 212l, 215, 220, 220l, 222, 244

engineering Design technology 16, 117, 131, 133, 138, 151, 153, 237, 255,

258

machine tool technology 1l, 2l, 3l, 50, 51, 52, 53l, 54, 55, 56, 57, 60, 62, 76,

80, 100, 154, 170

manufacturing technology 43/44, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 60, 100

metallurgy 50, 50a, 51, 61, 73/74, 100a, 120, 130a

Plastics/Composites 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 43/44, 53, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63l, 64, 65, 66,

67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 75, 100, 221

technical mathematics 50, 54

Welding 43/44, 50, 52, 53, 54l, 55, 100, 120, 130, 200, 210l, 220, 240, 250l

Woodworking manufacturing technologies 43/44, 101, 102, 107, 111l, 132,

134, 137, 148, 151, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 171, 181, 202, 211, 212, 229l, 235,

248, 249l, 250, 251, 252, 253, 268a, 268b, 268C, 269l, 281

TECHNOLOGY TRAINING & DISTANCE EDUCATION educational technology 101

Non-Optional Pass/No Pass Classes these classes are offered on a pass/no pass basis only (see college catalog) and are graded entirely on a pass/no pass basis. Units earned shall not be considered as part of the 15 unit limit in the Optional Pass/No Pass policy. COUNSELING 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 50, 100 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS Culinary arts 15

Dental assisting 1

health occupations 7

nursing 25, 26, 48t, 80, 251

Physical therapist assistant 126, 236, 246

LIBRARY 100 LIBERAL ARTS english 15, 22, 30, 31

reading 6, 43

Speech 30, 31

SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MATH math 5 TECHNOLOGY Plastics Composites/manufacturing technology 55

DisCLaimer Cerritos College has made every reasonable effort to determine that everything stated in the class schedule is accurate. Class sections offered together with other matters contained herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of Cerritos College for reasons related to student enrollment, level of financial support or for any reason, at the discretion of the College.The college further reserves the right to add, amend, or repeal any of the rules, regula­ tions, policies and procedures, consistent with applicable laws. With some programs, portions of some classes may be assigned to instruc­ tors other than those identified in this schedule. Fees are subject to change by the board of Trustees or the State of California.

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Attendance and Grading � attenDanCe it is the responsibility of students to attend classes regularly and apply themselves to the college studies in which they are enrolled. When students have been absent due to illness, they should report to their instructor to explain the absence. When the hours of absence exceed one more than twice the number of class hours per week, the students are considered to be excessively absent and are subject to exclusion from class. Listed below are two types of absences which permit the making up of work missed, provided that the work is of such a nature that it can be made up. 1. AUTHORIZED ABSENCE: For an approved educational field trip or school activity. 2. ExCUSED ABSENCE: For illness, injury, or quarantine. no CreDit Will be GiVen For a ClaSS in WhiCh a StUDent iS not oFFiCially enrolleD. Students must attend the first class meeting or their names may be removed from the roll to allow another student seeking admission on an availability card to enter. if a student is unable to attend the first class meeting, the instructor must be notified.

DismissaL From CLass or CoLLege excessive absences, unsatisfactory academic or progress achievement, undesirable citizenship, supplied to the office of admissions and records shall serve as a basis for dismissal from a class or from the college.

or

falsification

of

information

graDing accomplishment in course work is indicated by the following symbols: Symbol Definition Grade Point a excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

b Good. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

C Satisfactory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

D Passing, less than satisfactory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

F Failing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

FW Failing, due to lack of participation and failure to withdrawal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

P Pass (at least satisfactory, the equivalent of a “C;” units awarded not counted in GPa). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

nP no Pass (less than satisfactory or failing units not counted in GPa) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

i incomplete. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

mW military Withdrawal (without penalty). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

W Withdrawal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

rD* report Delayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

* The RD symbol is used when there is a delay in reporting the grade of a student due to circumstances beyond the control of the student. it is a temporary notation to be replaced by a permanent symbol as soon as possible. RD shall not be used in calculating grade point averages.

graDe CHanges the determination of the student’s grade by the instructor shall be final in the absence of mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incompetency. the correction of a grade given shall only be allowed for a request initiated within one year following the end of the term in which it was assigned. exceptions to the one-year limit on grade changes may be requested by petition of the student in extenuating circumstances. a formal petition must be submitted to the academic Standards Committee. extenuating circumstances are verified cases of accident, illness, or other circumstances beyond the control of the students (title 5, Section 55760, board Policy 4231).

graDing DeaDLines See the “Calendar of important Dates” for specific deadlines for dropping without a “W”, electing the P/nP grading option, and dropping with a “W”.

inComPLete

Students are not to re-enroll for a course in which a grade of “i” has been recorded. Incomplete academic work for unforeseeable, emergency, and justifiable reasons at the end of the term may result in an “i” symbol being entered in the student’s record. the condition for removal of the “i” shall be stated by the instructor in a writ­ ten record. this record shall contain the conditions for removal of the “i” and the grade assigned in lieu of its removal. this record must be given to the student with a copy on file with the admissions and records office until the “i” is made up or the time limit has passed. a final grade shall be assigned when the work stipulated has been completed and evaluated, or when the time limit for completing the work has passed. the “i” may be made up no later than one year following the end of the term in which it was assigned. the “i” symbol shall not be used in calculating units attempted nor for grade points. a student may petition for a time extension due to unusual circumstances by completing a petition form from the admissions and records office.

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Financial Assistance � FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

INFORMATION The Financial Aid Office is available to answer financial aid questions and assist students with applying for financial aid. Contact Information: Office hours: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. * Closed on Fridays during Summer

website: www.cerritos.edu/finaid website: E-mail: [email protected] [email protected] Phone: (562) 860-2451, ext. 2399 Fax: (562) 467-5035 Services: ◆ Financial Aid Office Drop-Box is available for submitting required documents. ◆ One Stop Student Services Computer Stations and Staff are available to assist with submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Bring a copy of your income tax return and W2s to apply. ◆ Online video Clips about financial aid topics can be viewed at http://cerritos.financialaidtv.com. http://cerritos.financialaidtv.com FINANCIAL AID PR PROCESS OCESS Apply every academic year. Applications cover Fall, Spring, and Summer. Applications become available in January.

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submit FFa aFsa

2

submit Forms

• Submit FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov www.fafsa.ed.gov

• Read Missing Information Letter (MIL)

• List the federal school code for Cerritos College: 001161

• Download required forms at www.cerritos/ finaid/forms.html

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receive and rev eview iew award ward Letter Lette

4

receive Disbursement

• If you are eligible for aid, an award letter will be mailed to you

• The Financial Aid Office will disburse your financial aid

• You may also view your awards on MyCerritos

• Scheduled disbursement dates are posted online

• Submit required forms to the Financial Aid Office

IMPORTANT POINTS OF SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP) To be eligible for federal and state financial aid funds (excluding the Board of Governors Fee Waiver), a student must make satisfactory academic progress. The Financial Aid Office at Cerritos College has established the following Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards to determine if a student is making satisfactory academic progress. Grade Point Average Average (GPA) Requir Requiremen ement

Unit nit Completion Requir Requiremen ement The chart below indicates how many units you are required to complete per semester with a passing grade, based on your enrollment status:

You must maintain a 2.0 cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA). 70 Unit Limit You can earn a total of 70 units and remain eligible for financial aid.

Satisfactory Academic Progress Unit Completion Requirement

If your major/program requires more than 70 units, you may receive financial aid if you schedule an appointment with an academic counselor to complete a Lock-In-List Appeal. The appeal will be reviewed by the Financial Aid Advisory Committee (FAAC).

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Units Enrolled for Semester

Units Required to Complete

12+

at least 9

9 – 11.5

at least 7

6 – 8.5

at least 5

less than 6 units

all units

Admission AND ENROllMENT OF

SPEcIAl ADMIT MINORS � Special Admit Minors are students enrolled in grades K-12 without high school diplomas, who can benefit from “advanced scholastic or career/technical work.” HigH sCHooL Juniors anD seniors (CoLLege BriDge Program) 1. high school principal or designee must recommend and verify with consent and signature on the Special admit minor Form student would benefit from college instruction. 2. Parent/guardian must approve student’s participation with consent and signature on the Special admit minor Form. Signature of parent/ guardian also acknowledges that the student will conform to all College policies and procedures. academic eligibility • Students wishing to enroll in degree appropriate courses must have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.0 or better shown on their most recent school transcript. • For all courses attempted, students must complete the appropriate College assessment process and meet the stated prerequisite and/or co-requisite for the desired course. • Students who need accommodations due to a disability should make arrangements through their k-12 school district, in consultation with the Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) office at Cerritos College by calling (562) 860-2451, ext. 2335. Limitations on enrollment • A high school junior or senior student may be permitted to enroll in up to 8.0 units. Exceptions may be made, subject to consideration and approval by the Dean of admissions, records and Services. • Students may not enroll in pre-collegiate courses (1-99) or physical education courses. • Students may not enroll in a College course to alleviate a high school deficiency; • Students who have previously enrolled and who have dropped their courses and/or have not made satisfactory progress will not be allowed to continue in the College bridge Program. • Students will not receive priority enrollment status and will be charged all applicable fees, with the exception of the California Community College in-state per unit enrollment fee. eLementary anD seConDary stuDents tHrougH tHe 10tH graDe (sPeCiaL aDmit Program) 1. high school principal or designee must recommend and verify with consent and signature on the Special admit minor Form student would benefit from college instruction. 2. Parent/guardian must approve student’s participation with consent and signature on the Special admit minor Form. Signature of parent/ guardian also acknowledges that the student will conform to all College policies and procedures. Cerritos College will admit highly gifted elementary students and secondary students through the 10th grade level for enrollment to the College if they are eligible to participate based on the following criteria:

academic eligibility • Students must have a cumulative school grade point average of 2.5, or better, as reflected on the most recent school transcript. • For all courses attempted, the students must complete the appropriate College assessment process and meet the stated prerequisite and/or co-requisite for the desired course. • Students who need accommodations due to a disability should make arrangements through their k-12 school district, in consultation with the Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) office at Cerritos College by calling (562) 860-2451, ext. 2335. Limitations on enrollment Students will be allowed to enroll in up to 4 units each term; enrollment in courses is based on space availability; and College instructor signature required prior to enrollment, and • may not enroll in pre-collegiate courses (1-99) or physical education courses. • may not enroll in a College course to alleviate a high school deficiency. • if previously enrolled and dropped courses and/or have not made satisfactory progress, will not be allowed to continue in the Special admit Program. • will not receive priority enrollment status and will be charged all applicable fees, except California Community College in-state per unit enrollment fees. summer enroLLment oF k-12 stuDents in addition to the above, minor students wishing to attend summer session must meet the additional criteria: • The student demonstrates adequate preparation in the discipline to be studied. • Pre-collegiate courses in English and mathematics may be taken if the student has exhausted all opportunities to enroll in an equivalent course at their school of attendance. to attenD Cerritos CoLLege as a CoLLege BriDge or sPeCiaL aDmit stuDent, PLease FoLLow stePs BeLow: 1. Complete the Special admit minor Form (check box for College bridge or Special admit) and the Cerritos College admission application. 2. review class(es) of choice, complete assessment test(s) and pre­ requisites. 3. Special admit Students (k-10) must obtain Dean of admissions, records and Services signature prior to enrollment. it is recommended that College bridge students (11-12 graders) meet with a Cerritos College academic counselor and participate in new Student orientation. For more information, please call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2211. 26

INTERNATIONAl STuDENT cENTER �

The international Student Center (iSC) welcomes international students to Cerritos College. The iSC will assist you in achieving your academic goal, whether it is transferring to a university or seeking your Associate in Arts Degree.Visit the international Student Center, located outside the Admissions building, for the following services: admission and Counseling assistance: Assist F-1 students in their admission, academic advisement, orientation, registration and cultural adjust­ ment to the United States and the Cerritos College educational system. Cerritos College is approved as a SeViS institution. international Student advisement: assist international students in their relations with the United States Citizenship and immigration Services (USC1S) and other U.S. and foreign governmental agencies while they maintain proper immigration status at Cerritos College. Workshops and Programs: Geared for the specific needs of international students as well as exposure of Cerritos College personnel and students to world cultures. international Student association: assists students in getting involved in campus organizations, meeting fellow students and becoming leaders on campus and in the community. Questions regarding the international Student Center may be directed to (562) 860-2451, ext. 2133. our fax number is (562) 467-5086, and our website is www.cerritos.edu/isc.

internationaL stuDent aPPLiCation reQuirements

internationaL stuDent

the following documents are required for admission into Cerritos College:

• before you decide to drop a class or stop attending a class, notify and seek advice from the international Student Center (iSC). • Do not drop below 12 units without authorization from the iSC. • Maintain a GPA of at least 2.0. • Seek advice from the ISC counselor regarding education plan, adding or dropping classes, or problems with a class. • before transferring to another institution in the U.S., contact the iSC for information on transfer. • Do not work on or off campus without approval from the iSC. • Have your current passport, a valid I-20, and all immigration documents available at all times. • Contact the ISC to update your file with new address, phone number, email address, change of major and other information. • Have International Student Medical Insurance for yourself and your dependents at all times. • before leaving the U.S., come to the iSC with your i-20, i-94, and passport. • Become a leader and meet fellow students. It is highly recommended that you get involved on campus with student organizations and activities.

• International Student Application • Fee of $50 for new students, payable to the Cerritos College Foundation (fee of $35 for readmit students) • Notarized Statement of Support • Bank Certification (verification on bank letterhead signed by a bank official showing at least $22,000 available to the student or equivalent.) • Tuberculosis (TB) exam results • Transcripts (proof of high school graduation)/High School Diploma • STEP, TOEFL and/or equivalent Cerritos College Placement Test • Copies of Passport, Visa, and I-94 • Copies of ALL I-20’s (both SEVIS and Non-SEVIS I-20's) • Transfer Authorization (if transferring from U.S. college or language school) • Proof of Medical Insurance Coverage (available in the International Student Center) Cerritos College international Student medical insurance is provided through Student insurance Company. their website is www.studentinsuranceagency.com and their telephone number is (800) 367-5830.

guiDeLines/reguLations

• Students with other visa status (e.g., B-2, F-2, H-4, etc.) are given the provisions to change to F-1 status. • Dependents: Write the name, date of birth, country of birth, and relationship to the F-1 student for each dependent on a separate sheet of paper. all dependents must have health insurance. add $3,000 per dependent to bank Certification. • SEVIS I-20 fee of $200 (preferred payment by credit card on the internet at www.fmjfee.com). For other payment options contact the international Student Center. 27

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

Class# 23553 23555 23557

ACCOUNTING

23591

ACCT 1T - 0.5 UNIT ACCOUNTING MICROCOMPUTER TUTORIAL Not Transferable 23519 2.0 HRS ARR Schmidt,D BE 11 Class#23519 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 2T - 0.5 UNIT ACCOUNTING TUTORIAL Not Transferable

Corequisite: ACCT 100, ACCT 101, or ACCT 102.

23524 2.0 HRS ARR Farina,M Class#23524 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

23559 23561 BE 6

ACCT 60 - 1.5 UNITS QUICKBOOKS ACCOUNTING Not Transferable Recommendation: Students in Accounting or Finance courses are strongly recommended to enroll in a section of ACCT 1T. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for ACCT 60 23583 1:00- 4:00PM W Alenikov,T BE 11 Class#23583 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 23585 7:00-10:00PM Th Alenikov,T BE 11 Class#23585 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 23601 7:00-10:00PM Th Alenikov,T BE 11 Class#23601 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 61 - 1.5 UNITS TURBO TAX ACCOUNTING Not Transferable Recommendation: Students in Accounting or Finance courses are strongly recommended to enroll in a section of ACCT 1T. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for ACCT 61 24394 7:00-10:00PM T Whitson,S BE 10 Class#24394 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 23603 1:00- 4:00PM W Alenikov,T BE 11 Class#23603 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 23605 7:00-10:00PM T Whitson,S BE 10 Class#23605 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING Transferable to CSU 8:00- 9:30AM MW Alenikov,T SS308 23529 23530 9:30-11:00AM MW Alenikov,T SS308 23531 11:00-12:30PM MW Alenikov,T SS308 23532 7:00-10:00PM Th Lee,Y SS308 23533 7:00-10:00PM M Stamos,C SS140 23534 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Fronke,M SS141 23535 9:30-11:00AM TTh Fronke,M SS141 23536 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Schmidt,D BE 6 23537 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Kisling,K SS308 23538 7:00-10:00PM T Thaler,T SS140 23539 7:00-10:00PM W Whitson,S SS140 23540 3:30- 5:00PM Th Farina,M (HYBRID) BE 6 Orientation: 3:30 - 5:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 6. After original orientation the class will meet each Thursday. 23542 6:00- 9:00PM F Means,R BE 6 23597 12:30- 2:18PM TTh Moloney,P SS140 Class#23597 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23598 6:00- 9:36PM W Kroll,S BE 3 Class#23598 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23590 8:00-11:36AM Sat Kisling,K BE 6 Class#23590 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

23543 23545 23547 23549 23551

ACCT 101 - 4.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING I Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BUS 2)(CAN BUS SEQ A)

Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

8:30-10:00AM MW Moloney,P SS140 10:00-11:00AM MW Moloney,P SS140 11:00-12:30PM MW Schmidt,D BE 6 12:30- 1:30PM MW Schmidt,D BE 6 5:00- 6:30PM MW Farina,M BE 6 6:30- 7:30PM MW Farina,M BE 6 7:30- 9:00PM MW Davis,P BE 13 9:00-10:00PM MW Davis,P BE 13 8:30-10:00AM TTh Alenikov,T SS308 10:00-11:00AM TTh Alenikov,T SS308

23563 23565

Time 12:30- 2:00PM 2:00- 3:00PM 5:00- 6:30PM 6:30- 7:30PM 7:30- 9:00PM 9:00-10:00PM 8:30-11:36AM 12:06- 2:30PM Class#23591

Day

Instructor

TTh Fronke,M TTh Fronke,M TTh Reizner,B TTh Reizner,B TTh Means,R TTh Means,R Sat Lucero,T Sat Lucero,T meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Room SS141 SS141 BE 13 BE 13 BE 13 BE 13 SS141 SS141

ACCT 102 - 4.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING II Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BUS 4)(CAN BUS SEQ A)

Prerequisite: ACCT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

11:00-12:30PM MW Moloney,P SS140 12:30- 1:30PM MW Moloney,P SS140 5:00- 6:30PM MW Smith,N SS308 6:30- 7:30PM MW Smith,N SS308 7:30- 9:00PM MW Smith,N SS308 9:00-10:00PM MW Smith,N SS308 8:30-10:00AM TTh Schmidt,D BE 6 10:00-11:00AM TTh Schmidt,D BE 6

ACCT 130 - 3.0 UNITS PAYROLL TAX ACCOUNTING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or ACCT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23567 7:00-10:00PM T Jamieson,R SS141 ACCT 131 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING - IBM Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or ACCT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for ACCT 131

23568 7:00-10:00PM W Moloney,P BE 10 ACCT 133 - 3.0 UNITS SPREADSHEET ACCOUNTING I Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for ACCT 133 23570 9:30-11:00AM MW Schmidt,D BE 11 23572 7:00-10:00PM T Kroll,S BE 11 23574 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Schmidt,D ONLINE Orientation: See www.cerritos.edu/dschmidt for orientation directions. Four on campus visits are required for this class. 23593 8:30-12:06PM Sat Thaler,T BE 11 Class#23593 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 ACCT 171 - 1.0 UNIT ACCOUNTING WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23607 1.2 HRS ARR Farina,M For class information call Mr. Farina at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2730. Class will meet in SS 20. Class#23607 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 172 - 2.0 UNITS ACCOUNTING WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23608 1.2 HRS ARR Farina,M For class information call Mr. Farina at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2730. Class will meet in SS 20. Class#23608 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 173 - 3.0 UNITS ACCOUNTING WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23609 1.2 HRS ARR Farina,M For class information call Mr. Farina at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2730. Class will meet in SS 20. Class#23609 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 174 - 4.0 UNITS ACCOUNTING WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23610 1.2 HRS ARR Farina,M For class information call Mr. Farina at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2730. Class will meet in SS 20. Class#23610 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ACCT 201 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23576 7:30- 9:00PM MW Farina,M BE 6 9:00-10:00PM MW Farina,M BE 6

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

Class#

ACCT 240 - 4.0 UNITS COST ACCOUNTING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or ACCT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23578 7:30- 9:00PM TTh Reizner,B BE 15 9:00-10:00PM TTh Reizner,B BE 15 ACCT 250 - 3.0 UNITS INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 100 or ACCT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23580 7:00-10:00PM Th Whitson,S BE 2

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AJ 71 - 2.0 UNITS FIRST AID-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Not Transferable 22560 4:30- 6:50PM W Rickman,T (HYBRID) SS220 Class#22560 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 AJ 91 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20807 7:00-10:00PM Th

20054 20055 20056 20808 20809

REPORT WRITING PROCEDURES Jimenez,F

SS220

AJ 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN AJ 2) 11:00-12:30PM MW Collins,J SS212 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Haynes,W ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See instructions at http:///www.cerritos.edu/dhaynes. 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Satterfield,P SS212 M Satterfield,P SS212 7:00-10:00PM 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Satterfield,P SS212

AJ 102 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20057 8:00- 9:30AM MW 20058 8:00- 9:30AM TTh 20810 7:00-10:00PM T

CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (CAN AJ 4) Haynes,W Collins,J Haynes,W

AJ 103 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 20059 9:30-11:00AM MW 20060 9:30-11:00AM TTh 20811 7:00-10:00PM W

CRIMINAL PROCEDURES Collins,J Collins,J Satterfield,P

SS212 SS212 SS212

AJ 104 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 20061 12:30- 2:00PM MW M 20812 7:00-10:00PM

CRIMINAL EVIDENCE (CAN AJ 6) Collins,J Engquist,M

SS212 SS220

AJ 105 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20062 11:00-12:30PM TTh 20813 7:00-10:00PM Th

COMMUNITY RELATIONS

AJ 107 - 3.0 UNITS PAROLE Transferable to CSU 23290 7:00-10:00PM W

INTRODUCTION TO PROBATION AND

AJ 110 - 3.0 UNITS TACTICS Transferable to CSU 22566 9:30-11:00AM MW

PATROL PROCEDURES AND ENFORCEMENT

Nowicki,D Nowicki,D

Collins,J

Haynes,W

AJ 173 - 3.0 UNITS ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Transferable to CSU 21991 6:00- 7:00PM T Haynes,W

SS212 SS220 SS212

SS220

SS220

Day

AJ 220 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 20063 9:30-11:00AM TTh 20814 7:00-10:00PM T

Instructor

Room

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CAN AJ 8) Satterfield,P Satterfield,P

SS220 SS220

AJ 222 - 3.0 UNITS JUVENILE PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU 20064 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Haynes,W ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See instructions at http://www.cerritos.edu/dhaynes.

ADULT EDUCATION AED 90.1 - 0.0 UNIT SUPERVISED SCIENCE TUTORIAL Not Transferable 23131 2.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#23131 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 AED 90.32- 0.0 UNIT COMMUNICATION DISORDERS Not Transferable 22917 2.8 HRS ARR Horvath,E Class#22917 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

SS225

AED 90.46- 0.0 UNIT SUPERVISED INDIVIDUALIZED SPEECH Not Transferable 22916 2.8 HRS ARR Horvath,E Class#22916 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 AED 90.47- 0.0 UNIT SUPERVISED NURSING - TUTORIAL Not Transferable 22918 9:00-11:00AM M Wisinski,K Corequisite: Any nursing course or equivalent. Class#22918 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22919 9:00-11:00AM Th Holmes,C Class#22919 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

HS102 HS102

AED 90.7 - 0.0 UNIT SUPERVISED ASSISTANCE FOR TECHNOLOGY BASED COURSES Not Transferable 22920 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#22920 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22921 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#22921 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22932 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#22932 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 AED 90.91- 0.0 UNIT MATHEMATICS - TUTORIAL Not Transferable

Prerequisite: Enrollment in any Mathematics course.

23036 2.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#23036 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

SS220 SS212

SS220

Time

AJ 202 - 3.0 UNITS SUBSTANTIVE LAW Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: AJ 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22579 8:00- 9:30AM MW Satterfield,P SS220

ACCT 230 - 3. UNITS ADVANCED PAYROLL ACCOUNTING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: ACCT 130 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Corequisite: ACCT 1T.

24324 7:00-10:00PM W Jamieson,R SS141

A&P 120 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20038 9:30-11:00AM MW Covill,M S 201 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20038 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20039 2:00- 5:00PM W Covill,M S 129 20040 12:30- 3:30PM Th Covill,M S 129 20041 12:00- 3:00PM F Covill,M S 129 20796 5:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF S 103 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20796 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 20797 20798

Time 7:00-10:00PM 7:00-10:00PM

Day T Th

Instructor STAFF STAFF

Room S 129 S 129

A&P 150 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20043 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Harbut,C S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20043 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20042 8:00-11:00AM W Harbut,C S 129 20044 2:00- 5:00PM M Harbut,C S 129 20045 9:00-12:00PM F Harbut,C S 129 22871 8:00-11:00AM M Harbut,C S 129 20799 5:00- 6:30PM MW Covill,M S 103 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20799 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20800 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF S 129 20801 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF S 129 A&P 151 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of A&P 150 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher Recommendation: CHEM 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21705 9:30-11:00AM TTh Harbut,C S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #21705 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 21706 12:30- 3:30PM T Lepere,S S 129 21707 3:30- 6:30PM T Lepere,S S 129 A&P 200 - 5.0 UNITS HUMAN ANATOMY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BIOL 10)(CAN BIOL SEQ B) 20046 9:30-11:00AM MW Lepere,S S 103 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20046 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20047 11:00-12:00PM MW Lepere,S S 129 12:00- 2:00PM MW Lepere,S S 129 20048 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Lepere,S S 129 9:00-11:00AM TTh Lepere,S S 129

ANTHROPOLOGY 20065 21756 20066 20067 20068 20069 21914 20816

20070 21759 21760 20071 20072 20073 20817 21872

23312

ANTH 100 - 3.0 UNITS CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ANTH 4) 9:30-11:00AM MW Rigby,J 7:00-10:00PM Th Morales,A 2:00- 3:30PM MW Abbruzzese,M 6:30- 8:00AM MW Rigby,J 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Rigby,J 11:00-12:30PM TTh Bender,L 11:00-12:30PM MW Bellas,M 7:00-10:00PM T Abbruzzese,M

Class#

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Day

Instructor

ANTH 115L - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL

ANTHROPOLOGY LAB

Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ANTH 115 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or concurrent enrollment. 22582 12:30- 3:30PM T Abbruzzese,M SS220 23291 4:00- 7:00PM M Bellas,M SS220 ANTH 120 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ANTH 6) 22581 12:30- 2:00PM MW Bellas,M

ANTH 115 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ANTH 2) MW Rigby,J SS315 8:00- 9:30AM 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Rigby,J SS315 7:00-10:00PM W Oguri,K SS315 12:30- 2:00PM MW Abbruzzese,M SS315 2:00- 3:30PM MW Bellas,M SS315 6:30- 8:00AM TTh Rigby,J SS315 5:30- 7:00PM MW Abbruzzese,M SS315 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Bellas,M ONLINE Please see TalonNet for online orientation information. http://www/cerritos.edu/ mbellas Class#21872 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Abbruzzese,M ONLINE Please see TalonNet for online orientation information. http://www/cerritos.edu/ mabbruzzese Class#23312 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

SS307

ANTH 202 - 3.0 UNITS THE MAYA, INCA AND AZTECS: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS OF THE AMER Transferable to UC, CSU 24273 9:30-11:00AM TTh Rigby,J SS315 ANTH 203 - 3.0 UNITS THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT, AND RELIGION Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21992 7:00-10:00PM M Abbruzzese,M SS315

ARCHITECTURE ARCH 110 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Transferable to UC, CSU 21969 4:30- 6:00PM MW Hause,T TE 12 ARCH 111 - 3.0 UNITS ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN I Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 111

20074 4:00- 5:00PM TTh Rother,E TE 5 5:00- 7:00PM TTh Rother,E TE 5 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Phinney,P TE 5 20818 9:00-11:00AM TTh Phinney,P TE 5 ARCH 112 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE Transferable to UC, CSU 20075 9:00-12:00PM M Paul,D 20819 12:30- 3:30PM M Paul,D

SS315 SS314 SS316 SS315 SS315 SS314 SS316 SS315

Room

FA 53 SS308

ARCH 121 - 3.0 UNITS ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN II Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ARCH 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 121 TE 5 20076 6:00- 7:00PM MW Morales,T 7:00- 9:00PM MW Morales,T TE 5 ARCH 122 - 2.0 UNITS ARCHITECTURAL DELINEATION Transferable to UC, CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 122

24164 11:00-11:30AM MW Rother,E 11:30- 1:00PM MW Rother,E

TE 5 TE 5

ARCH 123 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO 2D COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 123

20820 7:00- 8:30PM TTh Rother,E TE 5 8:30-10:00PM TTh Rother,E TE 5 ARCH 221 - 4.0 UNITS AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 221

24166 8:00- 9:30AM MW Rother,E 9:30-11:00AM MW Rother,E

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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TE 5 TE 5

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

ARCH 223 - 4.0 UNITS REVIT ARCHITECTURE Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ARCH 223

23394 8:00-11:36AM Sat Baadkar,S 11:36- 3:42PM Sat Baadkar,S Class#23394 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Room

Class#

20082

TE 5

TE 5

20083 20084 20086

ART AND DESIGN

20087 20088

ART 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO WORLD ART Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20078 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mac Devitt,J ONLINE No orientation. Please check website for more information: http://www. macdevitt.com or email instructor at: [email protected] 23337 11:00-12:30PM TTh Bersaglieri,A FA 43

20822 20823

ART 101 - 3.0 UNITS ART HISTORY I: PREHISTORY TO GOTHIC Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 2)

Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or

“C” or higher.

20079 12:30- 3:30PM Th Guest-Griffith,A FA 43

24227 6:00- 9:00PM T Guest-Griffith,A FA 43

22150 8:00- 9:30AM MW Guest-Griffith,A FA 43

ART 102 - 3.0 UNITS ART HISTORY II: RENAISSANCE TO ROCOCO Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 4)

Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or

“C” or higher.

23341 12:30- 3:30PM T Guest-Griffith,A FA 43

ART 105A - 3.0 UNITS THE ARTS OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: PRE-COLUMBIAN Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 24229 11:00- 2:00PM F Mac Devitt,J FA 43

ART 105B - 3.0 UNITS THE ARTS OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: COLONIAL TO THE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 24230 6:00- 9:00PM W Medina,A FA 43

24231 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mac Devitt,J ONLINE

No orientation. Please check website for more information: http://www. macdevitt.com or email instructor at: [email protected] ART 107 - 3.0 UNITS ASIAN ART HISTORY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 24232 9:30-11:00AM MW Guest-Griffith,A FA 43

ART 108 - 3.0 UNITS BLACK IMAGES IN POPULAR CULTURE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, is strongly recommended. 24233 6:00- 9:00PM M Trager,J FA 43

24234 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Trager,J FA 43

You have the option to enroll in this course as part of the – Exploring African American History and Culture through Library Research Learning Community. To enroll in this course as a learning community you must also register for LIBR 100 # 22093. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. ART 109 - 3.0 UNITS GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN ART Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, is strongly recommended. 24235 11:00- 2:00PM W Trager,J FA 43

Time

Day

ART 110 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 8:00- 9:00AM TTh 9:00-11:00AM TTh 9:00-10:00AM MW 10:00-12:00PM MW 12:30- 1:30PM MW 1:30- 3:30PM MW 9:30-10:30AM TTh 10:30-12:30PM TTh 1:00- 2:00PM TTh 2:00- 4:00PM TTh 12:30- 1:30PM TTh 1:30- 3:30PM TTh 6:00- 7:00PM TTh 7:00- 9:00PM TTh 6:00- 7:00PM MW 7:00- 9:00PM MW

Instructor

Room

FREEHAND DRAWING (CAN ART 8) Wagstaff,J Wagstaff,J Bersaglieri,A Bersaglieri,A Kastan,C Kastan,C Kidd,T Kidd,T Du Plessis,D Du Plessis,D Kastan,C Kastan,C Dimichele,D Dimichele,D Teran,S Teran,S

FA 32

FA 32

FA 70

FA 70

FA 32

FA 32

FA 70

FA 70

FA 70

FA 70

FA 32

FA 32

FA 70

FA 70

FA 32

FA 32

ART 112 - 3.0 UNITS LIFE DRAWING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 24)

Prerequisite: ART 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20089 9:00-10:00AM MW Najarian,H FA 30

10:00-12:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30

20824 6:00- 7:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30

7:00- 9:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30

22625 1:00- 2:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30

2:00- 4:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30

ART 114 - 3.0 UNITS ILLUSTRATION Transferable to CSU 23343 1:00- 2:00PM TTh 2:00- 4:00PM TTh

STORYBOARD AND GRAPHIC NOVEL Hirohama,S Hirohama,S

FA 74

FA 74

ART 115L - 1.0 UNIT PRINTMAKING LAB Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of ART 116 or ART 117 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20825 5:30- 7:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61

ART 116 - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING PRINTMAKING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 20)

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART116

20826 7:00- 8:00PM MW Kastan,C 8:00-10:00PM MW Kastan,C

FA 61

FA 61

ART 117 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE PRINTMAKING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ART 116 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 117

20827 7:00- 8:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61

8:00-10:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61

ART 120 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20090 12:30- 1:30PM MW 1:30- 3:30PM MW 20828 6:00- 7:00PM TTh 7:00- 9:00PM TTh

TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (CAN ART 14)

Barrett,B Barrett,B Geckler,M Geckler,M

FA 61

FA 61

FA 61

FA 61

ART 121 - 3.0 UNITS THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 16)

Prerequisite: ART 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20091 12:30- 1:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 72

1:30- 3:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 72

ART 130A - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20092 8:00- 9:00AM TTh 9:00-11:00AM TTh 20093 1:00- 2:00PM TTh 2:00- 4:00PM TTh

FUNDAMENTALS OF PAINTING (CAN ART 10)

Guzak,R Guzak,R Najarian,H Najarian,H

FA 30

FA 30

FA 30

FA 30

ART 130B - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF PAINTING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ART 130A or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher.

20094 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30

9:00-11:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30

20095 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30

2:00- 4:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Instructor

Room

ART 136 - 3.0 UNITS PAINTING FOR ART MAJORS Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ART 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: ART 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20096 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30 9:00-11:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30 20097 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30 2:00- 4:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30 ART 150 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 6) NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for ART 150 20098 9:00-10:00AM MW Swanson,J 10:00-12:00PM MW Swanson,J 20099 6:30- 7:30PM TTh Weiss,T 7:30- 9:30PM TTh Weiss,T 20829 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Portigal,S 1:30- 3:30PM TTh Portigal,S

FA 33 FA 33 FA 33 FA 33 FA 33 FA 33

ART 151 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMICS-BEGINNING WHEELTHROWING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ART 150 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 151 20830 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 ART 152 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMICS-BEGINNING HANDBUILDING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ART 150 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 152 20100 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 ART 153 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMICS-INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ART 151 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 153 21715 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 ART 154 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMIC-INTERMEDIATE HANDBUILDING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ART 152 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 154 21713 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 ART 156L - 1.0 UNIT CERAMICS LAB Transferable to CSU Corequisite: One or more of the following courses: ART 150, ART 151, ART 152, ART 155, ART 252, ART 253 or ART 255. 22015 9:30- 2:00PM F Swanson,J FA 33 Class#22015 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 21877 4:00- 6:15PM TTh Weiss,T FA 33 Class#21877 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ART 160 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20101 6:00- 7:00PM MW 7:00- 9:00PM MW

ART 182A - 3.0 UNITS LETTERING AND TYPOGRAPHY Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 182A 20102 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Barrett,B 1:30- 3:30PM TTh Barrett,B Software used: InDesign/Illustrator

Time

Day

Instructor

ART 189L - 1.0 UNIT COMPUTER GRAPHICS LAB Transferable to CSU Corequisite: One of the following courses: ART 182A, ART 182B, ART 184, ART 186, ART 188, ART 192, ART 195, ART 196, ART 284, PHOT 110 or PHOT 112 21933 11:00-12:30PM TTh Doyle,J LC174 ART 191A - 3.0 UNITS 3D COMPUTER ANIMATION Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 191A 20105 3:30- 4:30PM MW Wilson,C 4:30- 6:30PM MW Wilson,C Software used: Lightwave 3D

LC173 LC173

ART 191B - 3.0 UNITS 3D COMPUTER ANIMATION PROJECT Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ART 191A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 191B 20106 3:30- 4:30PM MW Wilson,C LC173 4:30- 6:30PM MW Wilson,C LC173 Software used: Lightwave 3D ART 192 - 3.0 UNITS PHOTOSHOP/DIGITAL IMAGING Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 192 20107 6:30- 7:30PM MW Wilson,C (HYBRID) 7:30- 9:30PM MW Wilson,C Mandatory Orientation: 6:30-9:30pm, Monday, Aug. 17 in LC 173. 20108 12:30- 1:30PM MW Miller,K 1:30- 3:30PM MW Miller,K 20831 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Wilson,C (HYBRID) 1:30- 3:30PM TTh Wilson,C Mandatory Orientation: 12:30-3:30pm, Tuesday, Aug. 18 in LC 173.

LC173 LC173 LC174 LC174 LC173 LC173

ART 192B - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED PHOTOSHOP Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 192B LC173 22635 6:30- 7:30PM MW Wilson,C (HYBRID) LC173 7:30- 9:30PM MW Wilson,C Mandatory Orientation: 6:30-9:30pm, Monday, Aug. 17 in LC 173. 22637 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Wilson,C (HYBRID) LC173 TTh Wilson,C LC173 1:30- 3:30PM Mandatory Orientation: 12:30-3:30pm, Tuesday, Aug. 18 in LC 173. 22639 12:30- 1:30PM MW Miller,K LC174 1:30- 3:30PM MW Miller,K LC174 MOTION PICTURE EDITING

FA 30 FA 30

ART 194A - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 22016 12:30- 1:30PM MW 1:30- 3:30PM MW

ADVANCED FINAL CUT PRO

FA 61 FA 61

ART 195 - 3.0 UNITS 3D MODELING FOR ANIMATION Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 195 20109 9:00-10:00AM MW Miller,K 10:00-12:00PM MW Miller,K Software used: Lightwave 3D

ART 186 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTER GRAPHICS WITH ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 186 20103 3:30- 4:30PM MW Doyle,J LC174 4:30- 6:30PM MW Doyle,J LC174 20104 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Miller,K LC174 1:30- 3:30PM TTh Miller,K LC174

Room

ART 188 - 3.0 UNITS DESIGN FOR DESKTOP PUBLISHING Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 188 24236 9:00-10:00AM MW Barrett,B LC174 10:00-12:00PM MW Barrett,B LC174 Software used: Quark Xpress, InDesign

ART 193 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 21875 12:30- 1:30PM MW 1:30- 3:30PM MW

LIFE SCULPTURE Janosova,A Janosova,A

Class#

Wilson,C Wilson,C

Wilson,C Wilson,C

LC173 LC173

LC173 LC173

LC173 LC173

ART 196 - 3.0 UNITS WEB DESIGN WITH FLASH AND DREAMWEAVER Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CIS 205 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 196 20110 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Miller,K LC174 9:00-11:00AM TTh Miller,K LC174 Software used: Flash/Dreamweaver

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Room

Class#

ART 213 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE LIFE DRAWING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ART 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20111 9:00-10:00AM MW Najarian,H FA 30 10:00-12:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30 20832 6:00- 7:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30 7:00- 9:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30 22627 1:00- 2:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30 2:00- 4:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30

20114 20115 21745 22779 21746

ART 217L - 1.0 UNIT ADVANCED SCREENPRINTING/ADVANCED ETCHING LAB Transferable to CSU Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of ART 218 or ART 219 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21934 5:30- 7:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61

21747 21748 24265

ART 219 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED ETCHING Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ART 117 or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 219 23853 7:00- 8:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61 8:00-10:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61 ART 231 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE PAINTING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ART 130B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22641 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30 9:00-11:00AM TTh Guzak,R FA 30 20112 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30 2:00- 4:00PM TTh Najarian,H FA 30 ART 252 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMICS-FORM AND TECHNIQUE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ART 151 or ART 152 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 252 FA 33 20834 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33

20116 22061

Instructor

Room

ASTR 102 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY: STARS AND THE UNIVERSE Transferable to UC, CSU 12:30- 3:30PM T McLarty-Schroeder,J PS 8 5:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF PS 5 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF S 104 2:00- 3:30PM MW McLarty-Schroeder,J S 104 8:00-11:00AM TTh STAFF S 104 Class#21746 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 ASTR 103 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY: THE SOLAR SYSTEM Transferable to UC, CSU 11:00-12:30PM MW McLarty-Schroeder,J S 104 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF S 104 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) McLarty-Schroeder,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday -August 18 in PS 5. 9:30-11:00AM MW McLarty-Schroeder,J PS 5 8:00-11:00AM TTh STAFF S 104 Class#22061 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

ASTR 104 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20837 9:30-11:00AM TTh

LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE McLarty-Schroeder,J

PS 5

ASTR 105L - 1.0 UNIT OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ASTR 101, ASTR 102, ASTR 103, ASTR 104 or ASTR 106 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment. If students who are concurrently enrolled in an ASTR lecture as the prerequisite to this class drop or are dropped from the lecture course, they will be dropped from this lab class for no longer meeting the prerequisite. 20838 7:00-10:00PM M Henriques,J PS 5 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF PS 5 20839 21926 12:30- 3:30PM Th STAFF PS 5 ASTR 106 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY Transferable to UC, CSU 20117 4:00- 7:00PM Th Henriques,J (Honors Section)

S 104

AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR & REFINISHING/AUTOBODY

ART 253 - 3.0 UNITS CERAMICS-FORM AND CONTENT Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ART 252 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 253 20835 4:30- 5:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 5:30- 7:30PM MW Portigal,S FA 33 ART 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24084 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 21750 3.6 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

Class#21750 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Day

ASTRONOMY

ART 214 - 3.0 UNITS SPECIAL STUDIES IN LIFE DRAWING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ART 213 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22629 1:00- 2:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30 2:00- 4:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30 22802 6:00- 7:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30 7:00- 9:00PM MW Janosova,A FA 30 23339 9:00-10:00AM MW Najarian,H FA 30 10:00-12:00PM MW Najarian,H FA 30

ART 218 - 3.0 UNITS SCREENPRINTING Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ART 117 or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for ART 218 20833 7:00- 8:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61 8:00-10:00PM MW Kastan,C FA 61

Time

20802 20049 23398 22400

ART 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24093 6.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 21751 7.2 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

Class#21751 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

AB 51 - 4.5 UNITS NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIR Not Transferable NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 51 6:00- 7:30PM MW Hagenbach,D 7:30-10:00PM MW Hagenbach,D 1:00- 2:30PM TTh Robertson,C 2:30- 5:00PM TTh Robertson,C 1:00- 2:30PM MW Fairchild,P 2:30- 5:00PM MW Fairchild,P 8:00-11:36AM Sat STAFF 12:06- 3:06PM Sat STAFF 7:00-10:00PM F STAFF Class#22400 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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AT 55 AT 50 AT 54 AT 50 AT 55 AT 50 AT 54 AT 70 AT 70

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

AB 52 - 4.5 UNITS STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPAIR Not Transferable

Prerequisite: AB 51 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher concurrent enrollment.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 52

20051 6:00- 7:30PM TTh Robertson,C 7:30-10:00PM TTh Robertson,C 20803 8:00- 9:30AM MW Asperen,R 9:30-12:00PM MW Asperen,R

or

AT 55

AT 50

AT 55

AT 50

AB 55 - 4.5 UNITS STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACEMENT Not Transferable

Prerequisite: AB 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” higher or

concurrent enrollment.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 55

23883 8:00- 8:30AM TTh Asperen,R AT 55

8:30-11:00AM TTh Asperen,R AT 50

21291 21292 22651 23874

AB 58L - 1.5 UNITS COLLISION REPAIR LAB Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: AB 51 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or concurrent enrollment. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 58L 9:30-12:00PM MW Asperen,R AT 50

2:30- 5:00PM TTh Robertson,C AT 50

7:30-10:00PM TTh Robertson,C AT 50

7:30-10:00PM MW Asperen,R AT 50

AB 61 - 3.0 UNITS PREPARATION AND SPOT REFINISHING Not Transferable

Prerequisite: AB 61L or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or

concurrent enrollment.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 61

23396 6:00- 7:30PM TTh Jakahi,J AT 70

7:30-10:00PM TTh Jakahi,J AT 55

AB 63 - 4.5 UNITS PRODUCTION REFINISHING Not Transferable

Prerequisite: AB 61 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or prior

completion, or concurrent enrollment.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 63

22644 1:00- 2:30PM MW Asperen,R AT 54

2:30- 5:00PM MW Asperen,R AT 70

AB 66 - 2.5 UNITS LETTERING, STRIPING AND DESIGN Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for AB 66

24171 6:00- 8:00PM T Ferre,B 8:00-10:00PM T Ferre,B

AT 70

AT 55

AB 68L - 1.5 UNITS REFINISHING LAB Not Transferable Prerequisite: AB 61 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or appropriate work experience, or concurrent enrollment. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 68L 21527 7:30-10:00PM TTh Jakahi,J AT 55

AB 76 - 4.5 UNITS PARTIAL-PANEL FABRICATION Not Transferable

Prerequisite: AB 75 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or

appropriate work experience.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 76

24173 8:00-11:36AM Sat Hutchison,P AT 55

12:06- 3:06PM Sat Hutchison,P AT 50

7:00-10:00PM F Hutchison,P AT 50

Class#24173 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 AB 79L - 1.5 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE FABRICATION LAB Not Transferable Prerequisite: AB 75 or AB 76 or AB 77 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or appropriate work experience, or concurrent enrollment. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for AB 79L 23403 8:00-11:36AM Sat Hutchison,P AT 50

12:06- 2:30PM Sat Hutchison,P AT 50

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

AB 83P - 1.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED DAMAGE ESTIMATING PATHWAYS Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for AB 83P

23877 6:00- 9:00PM T Tabares,R AT 54

9:00-10:00PM T Tabares,R AT 54

Class#23877 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 AB 83U - 1.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED DAMAGE ESTIMATING­ ULTRAMATE Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for AB 83U

24170 6:00- 9:00PM T Tabares,R AT 54

9:00-10:00PM T Tabares,R AT 54

Class#24170 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 AB 86 - 2.0 UNITS PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Not Transferable 24175 6:00- 8:00PM W Robertson,C Class#24175 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

AT 54

AB 88 - 3.0 UNITS ESTIMATING AND MANAGEMENT UPDATE Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for AB 88

22646 6:00- 8:30PM W Ortega,R AT 55

8:30-10:00PM W Ortega,R AT 50

22648 6:00- 8:30PM M Robertson,C AT 54

8:30-10:00PM M Robertson,C AT 50

AB 181 - 3.0 UNITS NON-STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ESTIMATING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for AB 181

20805 6:00- 8:30PM W Ortega,R AT 55

8:30-10:00PM W Ortega,R AT 50

AB 182 - 3.0 UNITS STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ESTIMATING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: AB 181 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or

concurrent enrollment, or appropriate work experience.

NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for AB 182

20806 6:00- 8:30PM M Robertson,C AT 54

8:30-10:00PM M Robertson,C AT 50

AB 188 - 2.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE CLAIMS HANDLING Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AB 181 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

22812 6:00-10:00PM Th Ortega,R AT 54

Class#22812 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 AB 287 - 2.0 UNITS ADVANCED COLLISION REPAIR

MANAGEMENT

Transferable to CSU 24176 6:00- 8:00PM W Robertson,C Class#24176 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

AT 54

AB 288 - 2.0 UNITS ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE CLAIMS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: AB 181 or AB 188 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 22813 6:00-10:00PM Th Tabares,R AT 54

Class#22813 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICAL REPAIR TECHNOLOGY AUTO 73 - 3.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE MECHNICAL REPAIR OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable 21186 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF Class#21186 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21187 7:30-10:30PM W Vega,F Class#21187 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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AT 10

AT 10

Class# 21267 21268

Time 7:00-10:00PM Class#21267 7:30-10:30PM Class#21268

Day

Instructor

M Taylor,K meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 W Aragon,R meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Room AT 10

AT 10

AUTO 80 - 5.0 UNITS BUREAU OF AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR (BAR) ASE ALTERNATIVE COURSES Not Transferable

Recommendation: Appropriate work experience

NOTE: a material fee of $100.00 is required for AUTO 80

AT 26

21697 6:30- 8:30PM MW Baron,T 8:30-10:30PM MW Baron,T AT 26

20118 20119 20840 21703 24129 22404

AUTO 100 - 4.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 100

8:00- 9:30AM MW Vega,F 9:30-11:00AM MW Vega,F 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Bender,W 9:30-11:00AM TTh Bender,W 7:00- 8:30PM MW Castro,W 8:30-10:00PM MW Castro,W 7:00- 8:30PM TTh Rudd Jr.,J 8:30-10:00PM TTh Rudd Jr.,J 12:30- 1:24PM MTWTh Ponce,A 1:24- 2:18PM MTWTh Ponce,A Class#24129 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 8:00-11:36AM Sat Gonzalez,J 12:06- 3:45PM Sat Gonzalez,J (Bilingual/Spanish)

Class#22404 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 11

AT 21

AT 21

AT 11

AT 11

AUTO 110 - 5.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE ENGINES Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 110

21699 6:30- 8:30PM TTh Vasilik,R AT 21

8:30-10:30PM TTh Vasilik,R AT 21

AUTO 121 - 6.0 UNITS DRIVETRAIN TRANSMISSIONS AND AXLES Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 181 and AUTO 73/74 or equivalent with grades of

Pass or “C” or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 121

21970 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Glick,L AT 10

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Glick,L AT 10

Class#21970 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21137 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Bender,W AT 14

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Bender,W AT 14

Class#21137 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 AUTO 130 - 5.0 UNITS MANUAL DRIVETRAIN AND AXLES Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 130

20842 6:30- 8:30PM TTh Taylor,K AT 10

8:30-10:30PM TTh Taylor,K AT 10

AUTO 140 - 5.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE STEERING AND SUSPENSION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 22662 6:30- 8:30PM MW Jacobo,C AT 46

8:30-10:30PM MW Jacobo,C AT 46

AUTO 150 - 5.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE BRAKES Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher, or appropriate work experience.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 150

20120 8:00-10:00AM MW Aragon,R AT 46

10:00-12:00PM MW Aragon,R AT 46

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

AUTO 151 - 6.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE ALIGNMENT BRAKE AND SUSPENSION Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 151

21927 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Taylor,K AT 46

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Taylor,K AT 46

Class#21927 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21200 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Vega,F AT 46

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Vega,F AT 46

Class#21200 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 AUTO 160 - 5.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher, or appropriate work experience

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 160

20841 6:30- 8:30PM MW Moreland,E AT 14

8:30-10:30PM MW Moreland,E AT 14

AUTO 161 - 7.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or AUTO 151 and AUTO 73/74 or equivalent with

grades of Pass or “C” or higher

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 161

21201 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Baron,T AT 14

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Baron,T AT 14

Class#21201 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21808 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Glick,L AT 10

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Glick,L AT 10

Class#21808 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 AUTO 180 - 5.0 UNITS ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher, or appropriate work experience.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 180

AT 26

22664 6:30- 8:30PM TTh Rudd Jr.,J 8:30-10:30PM TTh Rudd Jr.,J AT 26

AUTO 181 - 6.0 UNITS ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS-CORPORATE Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 and AUTO 73/74 or equivalent with grades of

Pass or “C” or higher

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 181

21929 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh Aragon,R AT 26

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh Aragon,R AT 26

Class#21929 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21931 12:00- 2:30PM MTWTh STAFF AT 26

2:30- 5:00PM MTWTh STAFF AT 26

Class#21931 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 AUTO 182 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ALTERNATIVE FUEL Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 182

22882 6:00- 9:36PM T Supple,M AT66B AUTO 195 - 3.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMER RELATIONS Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Employment in an automotive repair facility or full-time

automotive student.

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 195

24177 7:00-10:00PM W Supple,M AT66B AUTO 210 - 5.0 UNITS AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: AUTO 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher, or appropriate work experience

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for AUTO 210

21701 6:30- 8:30PM TTh STAFF AT 14

8:30-10:30PM TTh STAFF AT 14

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Automotive Marketing/Management from Northwood

University on the Cerritos College campus.

For information call (562) 988-9506

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

Class#

BIOLOGY

20134 20136 20141 20143 20135 20137 20139 20140 20145 20138 20142 20144 20146 20853 20854 20855 20856 20857

Instructor

Room

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BIOL 105 - 3.0 UNITS MAN AND ENVIRONMENT Transferable to UC, CSU

Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process

for ENGL 100 clearance or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

20130 12:30- 2:00PM MW Alves,S HS104 20131 2:00-3:30PM TTh Alves,S S 103 20852 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF S 103

BA 50 - 3.0 UNITS MATH FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE Not Transferable 22836 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22836 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 22831 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22831 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

MARINE BIOLOGY STAFF STAFF

Day

BIOL 250L - 1.0 UNIT SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY Transfer CSU, UC determined after admission Prerequisite: BIOL 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22741 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF

BIOL 100 - 1.0 UNIT NATURAL HISTORY OF SO CALIFORNIA Transferable to CSU 23467 6:00- 9:00PM F Covill,M S 103 + 1.5 HRS ARR Covill,M This class meets 3 Fridays (8/21, 8/28, & 10/16) and has two fieldtrips (9/11 – 9/13, 3-days) and (10/17, 1-day). ALL FIELDTRIPS ARE REQUIRED.

BIOL 115 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20132 12:00- 2:00PM F F 2:00- 5:00PM

Time

BIOL 201 - 5.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BIOL SEQ A)

Prerequisite: CHEM 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

BIOL 120 or ZOOL 120 or BOT 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher. MW Yabroff,A 20150 12:30- 2:00PM S 124 2:00- 5:00PM MW Yabroff,A S 124

S 124 S 124

BIOL 120 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BIOL 2)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL

52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

11:00-12:30PM MW Alves,S S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20134 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 12:30- 3:30PM M STAFF S 121 8:00-11:00AM W Alves,S S 121 3:30- 6:30PM W STAFF S 121 9:30-11:00AM TTh Boardman,C S 201 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20135 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 3:30- 6:30PM M Alves,S S 121 12:30- 3:30PM T Boardman,C S 121 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 3:30- 6:30PM T Alves,S S 121 12:30- 3:30PM Th Boardman,C S 121 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20138 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 12:30- 3:30PM W STAFF S 121 8:00-11:00AM Th STAFF S 121 3:30- 6:30PM Th STAFF S 121 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Boardman,C S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20853 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF S 121 7:00-10:00PM T Johnson,W S 121 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF S 121 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF S 121

BIOL 180L - 1.0 UNIT LIFE SCIENCE PREPARATIONS Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: BIOL 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22740 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF BIOL 200 - 5.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BIOL SEQ A)

Prerequisite: CHEM 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or

concurrent enrollment. BIOL 120 or ZOOL 120 or BOT 120 or equivalent with a

grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20147 11:00-12:30PM M Johnson,W S 127 11:00-12:30PM W Johnson,W S 124 1:00- 4:00PM MW Johnson,W S 127 23469 8:00- 9:30AM WF Boardman,C S 127 10:00-1:00PM WF Boardman,C S 127

BA 62 - 1.5 UNITS BUSINESS ON THE INTERNET Not Transferable 23511 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23511 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 BA 63 - 1.5 UNITS HOW TO START A HOME-BASED BUSINESS Not Transferable 23504 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23504 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

20121 20122 20123 20843 21744 22039 22866 22838 21944 22731 22835

BA 100 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS Transferable to UC, CSU 11:00-12:30PM MW Finkelstein,H BE 2 9:30-11:00AM MW Blackmun,E SS312 12:30- 2:00PM MW Finkelstein,H BE 2 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF SS307 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Livingston,R LA 2 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Blackmun,E SS312 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF SS311 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22838 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Finkelstein,H ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#21944 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22731 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 7:00-10:00PM W Moriarty,C (HYBRID) BE 8 Orientation: 7:00 - 10:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#22835 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

BA 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Transferable to CSU 20124 9:30-11:00AM TTh Blackmun,E SS312 20844 7:00-10:00PM M Blackmun,E SS312 23505 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Moriarty,C ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23505 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BA 104 - 3.0 UNITS MANAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY Transferable to CSU SS312 24299 7:00-10:36PM T STAFF Class#24299 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 22867 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22867 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

BA 105 - 3.0 UNITS PERSONNEL-POLICY AND PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU 22702 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22702 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 24300 7:00-10:36PM T STAFF SS308 Class#24300 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009

20845 24301 24305 24306

20846 22310 24127 22889

BA 106 - 3.0 UNITS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Transferable to CSU 7:00-10:36PM W Livingston,R SS307 Class#20845 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#24301 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#24305 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM W STAFF (HYBRID) RALP* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Wednesday - October 21. Class will meet at Ralphs. 1100 W. Artesia Blvd., Compton 90220. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#24306 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 BA 107 - 3.0 UNITS HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS Transferable to CSU 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#20846 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22310 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#24127 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM W STAFF (HYBRID) RALP* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19. Class will meet at Ralph’s. 1100 W. Artesia Blvd., Compton 90220. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#22889 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

BA 110 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 22703 11:00-12:30PM MW

20125 20847 22040 22839 22041 22045

20126 20848 24302 23979

24303

24304

24307

ADVERTISING Blackmun,E

Class#

20849 22042 23506 23980

Instructor

Room

BA 120 - 3.0 UNITS MANAGEMENT-ACCOUNTING AND INTERNAL CONTROL Transferable to CSU 23956 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23956 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 22833 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Moriarty,C ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22833 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BA 121 - 3.0 UNITS SALES Transferable to CSU 20127 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#20127 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

23508

BA 114 - 3.0 UNITS MARKETING Transferable to CSU 8:00- 9:30AM MW Blackmun,E SS312 7:00-10:00PM W Blackmun,E SS312 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#24302 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 6:00- 9:00PM Th STAFF (HYBRID) WFDS* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Thursday - August 20. Class will meet at Whole Foods. 2847 Park Ave., Tustin 92782. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#23979 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6:00- 9:00PM M STAFF (HYBRID) ALBR* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Monday - August 17. Class will meet at Albertsons. 1421 W. Manhattan Ave., Fullerton 92831. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#24303 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6:00- 9:00PM W STAFF (HYBRID) BIM * Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19. Class will meet at Bimbo Bakery. 366 S. Acacia Ave., Fullerton 92831. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#24304 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6:00- 9:00PM T STAFF (HYBRID) WFDS* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Tuesday - October 20. Class will meet at Whole Foods. 2847 Park Ave., Tustin 92782. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#24307 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Day

BA 117 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISION Transferable to CSU 22043 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Moriarty,C ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22043 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 22832 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Moriarty,C ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22832 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

SS312

BA 113 - 3.0 UNITS LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS Transferable to UC, CSU SS310 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF 9:30-11:00AM TTh Finkelstein,H BE 2 9:30-11:00AM MW Finkelstein,H BE 2 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22839 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Finkelstein,H ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22041 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 (OL) STAFF ONLINE 3.6 HRS ARR Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22045 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

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BA 115 - 3.0 UNITS MANAGEMENT-BUSINESS Transferable to CSU 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF SS310 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF BE 6 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23506 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM Th STAFF (HYBRID) WFDS* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Thursday - October 22. Class will meet at Whole Foods. 2847 Park Ave., Tustin 92782. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#23980 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

22737 22865 22870

BA 123 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF RETAILING Transferable to CSU 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23508 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22737 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22865 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM W STAFF (HYBRID) RALP* Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Monday - October 19. Class will meet at Ralph’s. 1100 W. Artesia Blvd., Compton 90220. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#22870 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

BA 132 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR MANAGERS Transferable to CSU 23981 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Livingston,R ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23981 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009 22834 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Moriarty,C ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22834 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23958 7:00-10:00PM W Moriarty,C (HYBRID) BE 17 Orientation: 7:00 - 10:00 pm, Wednesday - October 21. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#23958 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 BA 152 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPORTING AND EXPORTING Transferable to CSU 22837 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22837 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BA 153 - 3.0 UNITS SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for BA 153 20128 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF SS312 22842 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22842 meets 08/17/2009-11/25/2009

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BA 156 - 3.0 UNITS MOTIVATIONAL PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR MANAGERS Transferable to CSU 22890 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#22890 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 ALBR* 22843 6:00- 9:00PM M STAFF (HYBRID) Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Monday - October 19. Class will meet at Albertsons. 1421 W. Manhattan Ave., Fullerton 92831. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#22843 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 BA 157 - 3.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Transferable to CSU BIM * 22704 6:00- 9:00PM W STAFF (HYBRID) Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Wednesday - October 21. Class will meet at Bimbo Bakery. 366 S. Acacia Ave., Fullerton 92831. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#22704 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 BA 204 - 3.0 UNITS PROJECT MANAGEMENT Transferable to CSU 23512 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#23512 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BA 205 - 3.0 UNITS ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP Transferable to CSU 24308 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/baonline Class#24308 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Northwood University on the Cerritos College campus. For information call (562) 988-9506

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 21878 20850 22037

22038

BCOM 46 - 3.0 UNITS BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS Not Transferable 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Orientation: 9:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Orientation: 9:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Orientation: 9:00 am, Thursday - September 10 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp Class#22037 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:36PM T Lantz,K SS313 Note: Offered on campus only in the Fall semester. Class#22038 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

BUSINESS COMPUTERIZED OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES BCOT 3T - 0.5 UNIT BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS, WORD PROCESSING, OR KEYBOARDING TUT Not Transferable NOTE: a material fee of $1.00 is required for BCOT 3T 20129 2.0 HRS ARR Cooper,J BE 16 Class#20129 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

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BCOT 52 - 2.0 UNITS DATA ENTRY Not Transferable NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for BCOT 52 21884 8.0 HRS ARR (OL) Soden,B ONLINE Orientation: 10:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 17. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread Class#21884 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

21886 21888

24281 23515

BCOT 62 - 1.0 UNIT COMPUTER KEYBOARDING Not Transferable Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $1.00 is required for BCOT 62 11:00- 1:00PM W Shopfner,J BE 14 1:00- 2:00PM W Shopfner,J BE 14 Class#21886 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Orientation: 10:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp Class#21888 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Elizondo,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 4:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 14. Class#24281 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Orientation: 10:00 am, Thursday - October 22 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp Class#23515 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

BCOT 63 - 1.0 UNIT KEYBOARDING SPEED/CONTROL BUILDING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Knowledge of keyboard and key strokes. NOTE: a material fee of $1.00 is required for BCOT 63 23513 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Soden,B ONLINE Orientation: Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread Class#23513 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22825 11:00- 1:00PM W Shopfner,J BE 14 1:00- 2:00PM W Shopfner,J BE 14 Class#22825 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22143 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Elizondo,S ONLINE Orientation: 4:00 pm, Tuesday - October 20 in BE 14. Class#22143 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 BCOT 80 - 2.0 UNITS PROCESSING LAW OFFICE DOCUMENTS Not Transferable Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for BCOT 80 22723 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Soden,B ONLINE Orientation: Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread. Course offered only in the Fall semester. Class#22723 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 BCOT 81 - 4.0 UNITS LEGAL OFFICE PROCEDURES Not Transferable Recommendation: BCOT 131 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $4.00 is required for BCOT 81 22725 7:30- 9:18PM W Elizondo,S (HYBRID) BE 17 9:18-10:30PM W Elizondo,S BE 17 Orientation: 7:30 - 10:30 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in BE 17. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Course offered only in Fall semester. Class#22725 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BCOT 96 - 1.5 UNITS MICROSOFT POWERPOINT Not Transferable Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for BCOT 96 21894 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Soden,B ONLINE Orientation: Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread Class#21894 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 BCOT 97 - 1.5 UNITS MICROSOFT OUTLOOK Not Transferable Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for BCOT 97 21896 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Elizondo,S Orientation: 4:00 pm, Wednesday - October 21 in BE 14. Class#21896 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

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BCOT 112 - 3.5 UNITS MICROSOFT WORD Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Ability to type 30 wpm and concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $4.00 is required for BCOT 112 21906 8:30-10:00AM T Soden,B (HYBRID) BE 17 10:00-11:00AM T Soden,B BE 17 Orientation: 8:30 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 17. Plus 2.5 hrs. arr. online. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread

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CHEMISTRY

BCOT 113 - 3.5 UNITS MICROSOFT EXCEL Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T.

NOTE: a material fee of $4.00 is required for BCOT 113

21908 5:00- 6:30PM W Elizondo,S (HYBRID) BE 17 6:30- 7:30PM W Elizondo,S BE 17 Orientation: 5:00 - 7:30 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in BE 17. Plus 2.5 hrs. arr. online. 21941 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Elizondo,S ONLINE Orientation: 5:30 pm, Tuesday - September 8 in BE 14.

Class#21941 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

BCOT 114 - 3.5 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT OFFICE Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Ability to type 30 wpm and concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T. NOTE: a material fee of $4.00 is required for BCOT 114 21898 8:30-10:00AM Th Soden,B (HYBRID) BE 17 Th Soden,B BE 17 10:00-11:00AM Orientation: 8:30 am, Thursday - August 20 in BE 17. Plus 2.5 hrs. arr. online. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread BCOT 131 - 3.5 UNITS BEGINNING COLLEGE KEYBOARDING & DOCUMENT PROCESSING Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T.

NOTE: a material fee of $4.00 is required for BCOT 131

21910 8:30-10:00AM Th Sharp,M (HYBRID) BE 14 Th Sharp,M BE 14 10:00-11:00AM Orientation: 8:30 am, Thursday - August 20 in BE 14. Plus 2.5 hrs. arr. online. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp 21912 8:30-10:18AM Th Sharp,M (HYBRID) BE 14 10:18-11:30AM Th Sharp,M BE 14 Orientation: 8:30 am, Tuesday - September 8 in BE 14. Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#21912 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BCOT 132 - 2.0 UNITS COLLEGE KEYBOARDING & DOCUMENT PROCESSING REVIEW Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Computer keyboard skills and ability to type 25 wpm. NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for BCOT 132 22139 8:30- 9:30AM Th Sharp,M (HYBRID) BE 14 Th Sharp,M BE 14 9:30-10:00AM Orientation: 8:30 am, Thursday - August 20 in BE 14. Plus 1.5 hrs. arr. online. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp. 22141 8:30- 9:42AM Th Sharp,M (HYBRID) BE 14 9:42-10:18AM Th Sharp,M BE 14 Orientation: 8:30 am, Tuesday - September 8 in BE 14. Plus 1.8 hrs. arr. online. Class#22141 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 BCOT 162 - 3.0 UNITS BUSINESS SPELLING AND PROOFREADING SKILLS Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in BCOT 3T.

21904 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Soden,B ONLINE Orientation: 9:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 17. All class information available at www.cerritos.edu/bread 24068 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Sharp,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 am, Thursday - September 10 in BE 14. All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp Class#24068 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

20002 20004 20006 20028 20007 24352 22062 22063 22064

CHEM 100 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN CHEM 6)

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or

satisfactory completion of Math Placement Process.

Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that the preceding prerequisite

be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 100.

11:00-12:30PM MW Romer,C S 102 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20002 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 12:30- 1:30PM M Romer,C S 215 1:30- 3:30PM M Romer,C S 215 12:30- 1:30PM W Romer,C S 215 1:30- 3:30PM W Romer,C S 215 11:00-12:30PM TTh White-Howard,W S 102 8:00- 11:00AM T White-Howard,W S 215 7:00- 8:00PM T Dukhovny,O S 215 8:00-10:00PM T Dukhovny,O S 215 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Waldman,L S 201 12:30- 2:00PM MW Hoang,A S 201 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #22062 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 2:00- 3:00PM M Rodriguez,R S 224 3:00- 5:00PM M Rodriguez,R S 224 2:00- 3:00PM Th Zewail,M S 215 3:00- 5:00PM Th Zewail,M S 215

CHEM 110 - 4.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process.

Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that the preceding prerequisite

be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 110.

20008 9:30-11:00AM MW Lou,R S 104 11:00-2:00PM M Lou,R S 219 20009 12:30- 2:00PM MW Waldman,L S 103 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20009 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20013 2:00- 3:00PM M Waldman,L S 219 3:00- 5:00PM M Waldman,L S 219

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Class# 20035 20010 20012 20014 20033

20016 20018 20037 20017 20019 20020 20036

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1:00- 2:00PM W Waldman,L S 219 2:00- 4:00PM W Waldman,L S 219 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Romer,C S 201 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20010 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 8:00- 9:00AM T Romer,C S 219 9:00-11:00AM T Romer,C S 219 8:00- 9:00AM Th Romer,C S 219 9:00-11:00AM Th Romer,C S 219 5:30- 7:00PM MW Ho,T S 202 7:00- 10:00PM M Bell,P S 219

20024 20025 20026

Instructor

Room

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development from

the University of La Verne on the Cerritos College campus.

For information call Christine Crispen at (800) 695-4858, extension 5436.

CHEM 111 - 5.0 UNITS GENERAL CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN CHEM 2)(CAN CHEM SEQ A) Prerequisite: CHEM 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher (satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process may be substituted for MATH 80). Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that all of the preceding prerequisites be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 111. 12:30- 2:00PM MW Zewail,M S 102 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20016 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 9:30-10:30AM MW Zewail,M S 222 10:30-12:30PM MW Zewail,M S 222 2:00- 3:00PM MW Zewail,M S 222 3:00- 5:00PM MW Zewail,M S 222 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Bradbury,J S 102 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20017 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Bradbury,J S 222 9:00-11:00AM TTh Bradbury,J S 222 2:00- 3:00PM TTh Bradbury,J S 219 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Bradbury,J S 219 5:30- 7:00PM MW Romer,C S 102 7:00- 8:00PM MW Ho,T S 222 8:00-10:00PM MW Ho,T S 222

20155 20156 20157 20158 20160 20161 20159

CD 110 - 3.0 UNITS CHILD DEVELOPMENT Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN HEC 14) 12:00- 3:00PM M Gradin,S Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 9:00-12:00PM W Medina,C 3:30- 6:30PM T Braun,S 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF 12:30- 3:30PM Th Braun,S 10:00- 1:36PM Sat Medina,C Class#20159 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

CD 124 - 3.0 UNITS TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY Transferable to CSU 20863 7:00-10:00PM M Braun,S 23455 10:00- 1:36PM Sat STAFF Class#23455 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

HS101 HS101 HS101 HS103 HS102 HS101 HS101

HS101 HS103

CD 139 - 3.0 UNITS OBSERVATION, ASSESSMENT, AND POSITIVE GUIDANCE OF CHILDHOOD Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CDEC 111 and CD 110 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20162 3:30- 6:30PM T STAFF HS102 9:00-12:00PM M Beck,A SL107 22801

CHILD DEVELOPMENT/EARLY CHILDHOOD CDEC 62 - 3.0 UNITS EXPLORING CREATIVE ART EXPRESSION BY CHILDREN Not Transferable Prerequisite: CDEC 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for CDEC 62 20865 7:00-10:00PM Th Gradin,S HS101

CHEM 211 - 5.0 UNITS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: CHEM 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that the preceding prerequisite

be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 211.

12:30- 2:00PM TTh Waldman,L S 104 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20023 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Lou,R S 224 TTh Lou,R S 224 9:00-11:00AM 8:00- 9:00AM MW Bradbury,J S 224 9:00-11:00AM MW Bradbury,J S 224 2:00- 3:00PM TTh Waldman,L S 224 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Waldman,L S 224

CDEC 65 - 3.0 UNITS MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN Not Transferable

Prerequisite: CDEC 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20866 7:00-10:00PM T Roberts,L HS101 CDEC 66 - 3.0 UNITS ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CD 110, CDEC 111, CDEC 112, and CDEC 113 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22331 7:00-10:00PM W Gradin,S SL107

CHEM 212 - 5.0 UNITS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: CHEM 211 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that the proceeding prerequisites

be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 212.

21718 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Lou,R S 219 8:30-2:30PM F Chamras,S S 224 CHEM 250L - 1.0 UNIT SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY Transfer CSU, UC determined after admission Prerequisite: CHEM 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher or equivalent. 21783 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF

Day

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

CHEM 112 - 5.0 UNITS GENERAL CHEMISTRY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN CHEM 4)(CAN CHEM SEQ A)

Prerequisite: CHEM 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or

equivalent.

Recommendation: It is strongly recommended that the preceding prerequisite

be completed within four years prior to the date of enrollment in CHEM 112.

20021 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Zewail,M S 222 2:00- 5:00PM TTh Rodriguez,R S 222 22742 9:30-11:00AM MW Zewail,M S 215 8:00-2:00PM F Hoang,A S 222

20023

Time

20163 20164 20165 20867

CDEC 111 - 3.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Transferable to CSU 7:00-10:00PM M Marine,R SL107 3:30- 6:30PM Th Marine,R SL107 12:00- 3:00PM W Marine,R SL107 9:00-12:00PM F Beck,A HS101

CDEC 112 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM Transferable to CSU 20166 7:00-10:00PM T Braun,S 20167 3:00- 6:00PM W Braun,S 20868 8:00-11:00AM T Medina,C

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SL107 HS101 HS101

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CDEC 113 - 3.0 UNITS THE CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY Transferable to CSU 20168 8:00-11:00AM Th Medina,C HS101 20169 7:00-10:00PM W Beck,A HS101 22539 12:30- 3:30PM T Beck,A HS101 CDEC 133 - 3.0 UNITS EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: CDEC 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22810 10:00- 1:36PM Sat STAFF HS102 Class#22810 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 CDEC 161 - 3.0 UNITS HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION Transferable to CSU 20864 12:30- 3:30PM Th Beck,A

SL107

Class#

CDEC 173 - 3.0 UNITS EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Transferable to CSU 20871 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R 22332 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C Class#22332 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 CDEC 174 - 4.0 UNITS EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Transferable to CSU 20872 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R 22333 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C Class#22333 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Day

Students enrolled in CDSA 259 are required to spend 3 hours per week in placement for a total of 54 hours per semester. TB clearance and good health are required to participate in this course. CDSA 259 - 3.0 UNITS SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE PRACTICUM Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CDSA 155 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22485 6:00- 8:00PM M Ward,D TE 2 + 3.0 HRS ARR Ward,D 24293 9:00-11:24AM Sat Gradin,S SL107 + 3.6 HRS ARR Gradin,S Class#24293 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

CHILD DEVELOPMENT/SPECIAL EDUCATION CDSE 50 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20875 7:00-10:00PM Th

CDEC 230 - 3.0 UNITS ADULT SUPERVISION IN CHILD CARE PROGRAMS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CD 110, CDEC 111, CDEC 112, and CDEC 113 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20873 7:00-10:00PM Th Marine,R SL107

SURVEY OF SPECIAL EDUCATION Layne,J

CDSE 73 - 3.0 UNITS SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable 20876 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R 22356 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C Class#22356 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 CDSE 74 - 4.0 UNITS SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable 20877 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R 22334 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C Class#22334 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

CHILD DEVELOPMENT/INFANT TODDLER

HS103

HS103 HS101

HS103 HS101

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree with the University of La Verne

CDIT 151 - 3.0 UNITS INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: CD 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20874 7:00-10:00PM T Gradin,S SL108

Cerritos College and La Verne have created a partnership to provide students an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in child development. Students may take La Verne upper division courses while completing Cerritos GE courses. The program has accelerated 10 week semesters. Classes are held on Saturdays at Cerritos College. BS CHILD DEVELOPMENT

For more information contact:

CHILD DEVELOPMENT/INSTRUCTIONAL AIDE CDIA 73 - 3.0 UNITS EDUCATIONAL PARAPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable 21921 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R HS103 22484 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C HS101 Class#22484 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

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CDSA 155 - 3.0 UNITS SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE ACTIVITIES Transferable to CSU 22863 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF HS103

HS103 HS101

HS103 HS101

Instructor

CHILD DEVELOPMENT/SCHOOL AGE

Students enrolled in CDEC 164 are required to spend 3 hours per week in placement for a total of 54 hours per semester. TB clearance and good health are required to participate in this course. CDEC 164 - 3.0 UNITS PRACTICUM FIELD EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CD 110, CDEC 111, CDEC 112 and CDEC 113 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: CD 124, CD 139, and CDEC 161 20869 6:00- 8:00PM M Ward,D TE 2 + 3.0 HRS ARR Ward,D 22481 9:00-11:24AM Sat Gradin,S SL107 + 3.6 HRS ARR Gradin,S Class#22481 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Time

CDIA 74 - 4.0 UNITS EDUCATIONAL PARAPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable 22483 6:00- 7:00PM T Marine,R HS103 22391 8:48-10:00AM Sat Medina,C HS101 Class#22391 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Christine Crispen

800-675-4858 x5436 [email protected]

CHINESE CHIN 101 - 5.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 23383 4:00- 6:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR

ELEMENTARY CHINESE STAFF

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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BE 13 LC205

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CIS 70A - 3.5 UNITS NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS Not Transferable

Recommendation: CIS 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

20175 8:00-11:00AM T Lazor,C TE 10 8:00-10:00AM Th Lazor,C TE 10 21766 10.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Friday - August 21 in SS 138. Class#21766 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 CIS 70B - 3.5 UNITS NETWORK+ CERTIFICATION Not Transferable

Recommendation: CIS 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22051 10.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Friday - October 23 in SS 138. Class#22051 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 CIS 70D - 1.5 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO TCP/IP Not Transferable

Recommendation: CIS 70A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22053 5:00- 8:00PM F Dellaca,R TE 10 8:00-10:00PM F Dellaca,R TE 10 Class#22053 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 CIS 70L - 3.5 UNITS NETWORK SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS Not Transferable

Recommendation: CIS 70A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23481 5:00- 8:00PM M Lazor,C TE 10 8:00-10:00PM M Lazor,C TE 10

CIS 50 - 0.5 UNIT BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY Not Transferable 21140 11:00- 1:00PM MW Nance,W Class#21140 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21205 6:00-10:00PM F Garate,J Class#21205 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

CIS 101 meets important Computer Literacy Requirements for ALL majors and transfers as a Computer Course Requirement to most 4-year universities in the area.

LA 4 LA 4

To Prepare for the CompTIA A+ Certification Take the following courses: CIS 102 Intro Micrcomp Hdwr Sfwr CIS 58A PC Operating System A+ Certification CIS 58B PC Core Hardware A+ Certification For more information, contact: Kenny Lou at [email protected] or Gene LaZor at [email protected] CIS 58A - 3.5 UNITS PC OPERATING SYSTEM A+CERTIFICATION Not Transferable Recommendation: CIS 101 or CIS 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 20173 8:00-11:00AM M Lazor,C CE 3 8:00-10:00AM W Lazor,C CE 3 20878 5:00- 8:00PM Th Lou,Z TE 10 8:00-10:00PM Th Lou,Z TE 10 22047 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Thursday - August 20 in TE 10. CIS 58B - 3.5 UNITS PC CORE HARDWARE A+CERTIFICATION Not Transferable Recommendation: CIS 101 or CIS 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 22744 5:00- 8:00PM W Lazor,C CE 3 8:00-10:00PM W Lazor,C CE 3 Cisco Networking Academy at Cerritos College Cisco Course Cerritos Course CCNA 1 Networking Fundamentals CIS 70A CCNA 2 Router Configuration CIS 70E CCNA 3 Advanced Switching & Routing CIS 70F CCNA 4 Wide Area Networks CIS 70G Other courses for the Networking Certification at Cerritos College CIS 70B Local Area Networks CIS 70D Introduction to TCP/IP Preparation for the Cisco CCNA and CCNP, the Network +, and the Microsoft MCSE certifications involves the fundamental knowledge of networks learned in CIS 70A For more information, contact: Kenny Lou, e-mail: [email protected] or Gene LaZor, e-mail: [email protected]

CIS 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BUS 6)

NOTE: Students must select one (1) lecture and one (1) lab. When registering,

enter the lecture class number FIRST. When the pop-up box appears, asking

for the accompanying lab section, enter the class number for the lab you wish

to attend.

20176 8:00- 9:30AM MW Negrete,B SS139 20177 9:30-11:00AM MW Negrete,B SS139 20178 11:00-12:30PM MW Mellas,D SS139 20179 12:30- 2:00PM MW Negrete,B SS139 20180 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Nance,W SS138 20181 12:30- 3:30PM T Nance,W SS138 20183 9:00-12:00PM F Fuschetto,S SS139 20184 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Wilson,J BE 4 20185 7:00-10:00PM M Hohly,M BE 12 20879 9:30-11:00AM TTh Nance,W SS138 20880 7:00-10:00PM T Wilson,J BE 4 20881 7:00-10:00PM W Nguyen,P BE 4 LAB OPTIONS: Select one (1) lab section to accompany your lecture section. (Lecture sections and registration instructions appear above.) 21335 11:00-12:00PM M STAFF LA 3 21336 12:00- 1:00PM M STAFF LA 3 21338 12:00- 1:00PM W STAFF LA 3 21339 1:00- 2:00PM W STAFF LA 3 21343 5:00- 6:00PM M STAFF LA 3 21344 7:00- 8:00PM T STAFF LA 3 NOTE: Students must select one (1) lecture and one (1) lab. When registering, enter the lecture class number FIRST. When the pop-up box appears, asking for the accompanying lab section, enter the class number for the lab you wish to attend. 21774 12:30- 3:30PM TTh STAFF BE 4 Class#21774 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22055 8:00-11:00AM TTh Negrete,B SS139 Class#22055 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 LAB OPTIONS: Select one (1) lab section to accompany your lecture section. (Lecture sections and registration instructions appear above.) 21775 10:00-12:00PM Th STAFF LA 3 Class#21775 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22056 1:00- 3:00PM Th STAFF LA 3 Class#22056 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 21709 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Monday - August 17 in BE 12. 21732 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in BE 4.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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4.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in BE 4. 21777 4.8 HRS ARR (OL) Fuschetto,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 09/09/09. Class#21777 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 20882 8.0 HRS ARR (OL) Fuschetto,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8/18/09. Class#20882 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 20883 8.0 HRS ARR (OL) Wilson,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:30 - 3:30 pm, Tuesday - October 20 in BE 4. Class#20883 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22758 8.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Monday - October 19 in LA 4. Class#22758 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 24268 8:00-11:00AM TTh Negrete,B BE 4 11:00- 1:00PM T STAFF LA 3 Class#24268 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 Students in CIS 102 will have the opportunity to assemble a fully-functional PC, based on Intel’s Q6600 quad-core CPU. CIS 102 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTER HARDWARE AND APPLICATIONS SOFT Transferable to UC, CSU 20186 8:00-11:00AM W Nance,W SS138 8:00-10:00AM M Nance,W LA 4 20884 5:00- 8:00PM W Hohly,M BE 12 8:00-10:00PM W Hohly,M BE 12 20885 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 9:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in BE 12. CIS 103 meet the Computer Logic requirements for students in a wide selection of majors including Computer Science, Math, Engineering, Business, and many of the Social Sciences.

20187 20886 20887 21711 22145

CIS 103 - 3.5 UNITS COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LOGIC Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CIS 101 or CIS 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 12:30- 3:30PM T Negrete,B SS139 12:30- 2:30PM Th Negrete,B LA 6 5:00- 8:00PM W Wilson,J SS139 8:00-10:00PM W Wilson,J LA 6 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in SS 138. 5:00- 8:00PM Th Nguyen,P SS138 8:00-10:00PM Th Nguyen,P LA 6 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nguyen,P ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 8:00 pm, Thursday - August 20 in SS 138.

CIS 155 - 3.0 UNITS MICROSOFT ACCESS Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: CIS 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20888 5:00- 8:00PM Th Hohly,M BE 12 8:00-10:00PM Th Hohly,M BE 12 21935 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 9:00 pm, Thursday - August 20 in BE 12. CIS 155B - 1.5 UNITS MICROSOFT ACCESS LEVEL 2 Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CIS 155A, BCOT 118 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or appropriate work experience using Access. 21779 5:00- 8:00PM Th Hohly,M BE 12 8:00-10:00PM W Hohly,M BE 12 Class#21779 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

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CIS 160 - 3.5 UNITS WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: CIS 205

22752 5:00- 8:00PM T Nguyen,P SS138 LA 6 8:00-10:00PM T Nguyen,P 22754 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nguyen,P ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in SS 138.

This course provides hands-on experience developing Web pages using CSS and

XHTML and writing client-side JavaScript. You learn how to create efficient, accessible

and attractive Web pages, integrate JavaScript into your Web pages

and create an interactive and dynamic Web site using DHTML.

CIS 163 - 3.5 UNITS DYNAMIC AND INTERACTIVE WEB PAGE SCRIPTING Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: CIS 205 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

23470 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nguyen,P ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Friday - August 21 in SS 139. CIS 180 - 3.0 UNITS PROGRAMMING IN C/C++ Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: CIS 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22057 5:00- 8:00PM M Nguyen,P SS138 8:00-10:00PM M Nguyen,P LA 6 20889 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nguyen,P ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Monday - August 17 in SS 138.

20890 22760 22762 22764

CIS 182 - 3.5 UNITS JAVA PROGRAMMING Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Strongly recommend CIS 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 12:30- 3:30PM M Wilson,J BE 12 12:30- 2:30PM W Wilson,J BE 12 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mellas,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in SS 139. 5:00- 8:00PM T Mellas,D SS139 8:00-10:00PM T Mellas,D LA 5 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Wilson,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:30 - 3:30 pm, Monday - August 17 in BE 12.

CIS 201 - 3.0 UNITS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Transferable to CSU 22768 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Fuschetto,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8/19/09. CIS 202B - 3.5 UNITS MICROSOFT PROJECT Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CIS 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or appropriate work experience. 23471 7:00-10:00PM W Fuschetto,S SS138 W Fuschetto,S LA 4 5:00- 7:00PM 23473 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Fuschetto,S ONLINE Mandatory ONLINE orientation: See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8/19/09. CIS 205 - 1.5 UNITS PROGRAMMING HTML FOR THE WORLD WIDE WEB Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CIS 103 or CIS 121 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21189 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in BE 12. Class#21189 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21269 7:00-10:00PM T Fuschetto,S LA 4 5:00- 7:00PM T Fuschetto,S LA 4 Class#21269 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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CIS 208A - 3.5 UNITS ORACLE SQL AND PL/SQL Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CIS 103 and CIS 155 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 23475 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 10:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 12. Cerritos College is a member of the Oracle Academy. This course is aimed toward students who have knowledge of SQL but may or may not have prior Oracle database experiences. It will extend the students’ database knowledge through the use of the specific Oracle Programming Language (PL). Textbook materials and access to the Oracle compilers are provided at no cost to the student. For more information, contact Margaret Hohly at [email protected] CIS 211C - 3.0 UNITS SPECIAL TOPICS IN DATABASE Transferable to CSU 22147 7:00-10:00PM T Hohly,M BE 12 22148 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 10:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 12.

CIS 213F - 3.5 UNITS MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER

ADMINISTRATION

Transferable to CSU 21752 5:00- 8:00PM T Lou,Z TE 10 8:00-10:00PM T Lou,Z TE 10 22772 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in TE 10. CIS 213I - 3.5 UNITS IMPLEMENTING A WINDOWS 2003 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: CIS 70A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

22770 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lou,Z ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in TE 10.

CIS 271 - 1.0 UNIT COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXP Transferable to CSU 21781 1.2 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00pm, Friday - September 11 in BE 12. Class#21781 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 CIS 272 - 2.0 UNITS COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXP Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: None.

22783 1.2 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00pm, Friday - September 11 in BE 12. Class#22783 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 CIS 273 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXP Transferable to CSU 22784 1.2 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00pm, Friday - September 11 in BE 12. Class#22784 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

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CIS 282 - 3.5 UNITS ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Strongly recommend CIS 182 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23477 5:00- 8:00PM W Mellas,D LA 5 8:00-10:00PM W Mellas,D LA 5 23479 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mellas,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: see instructor’s webpage (http: www.cerritos.edu/ dmellas) for information. CIS 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24133 6.0 HRS ARR STAFF

Class#24133 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Microsoft IT Academy at Cerritos College

The CIS program offers courses on the two Microsoft certifications: Microsoft Certified

Systems Administrator (MCSA), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). For

Microsoft certification requirements and matching courses, please visit: http://www.

cerritos.edu/klou/.

For more information, please contact:

Kenny Lou, e-mail: [email protected] or

Wes Nance, e-mail: nance[email protected]

CIS 214 - 3.0 UNITS UNIX Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Knowledge of one operating system.

20891 5:00- 8:00PM Th Mellas,D SS139 8:00-10:00PM Th Mellas,D LA 5 22059 5.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mellas,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: See instructor’s webpage (http:www.cerritos.edu/ dmellas) for information.

Time

CIS 274 - 4.0 UNITS COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXP Transferable to CSU 21782 1.2 HRS ARR (OL) Hohly,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00pm, Friday - September 11 in BE 12. Class#21782 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

COSMETOLOGY All Cosmetology students should be prepared to purchase the approved equipment kit (Cosmetology approx $1050/Esthetician approx $600) at the second class meeting. These kits are MANDATORY. Contact the program office for more information at ext. 2950. COS 1 - 1.0 UNIT COSMETOLOGY SALON PREPARATION Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 60A and COS 60B or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C”

or higher.

24109 8:30-12:30PM Sat Rock,E HS204 1:00- 5:00PM Sat Rock,E HS204 Class#24109 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 23974 8:30-12:30PM Sat Rock,E HS204 1:00- 4:00PM Sat Rock,E HS204 Class#23974 meets 8/21/2009 -10/18/2009 COS 50A - 6.5 UNITS INTRODUCTORY COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21141 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Novinski,P HS205 MTWThF Novinski,P HS205 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21141 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 COS 50B - 6.5 UNITS INTRODUCTORY COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 50A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21206 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Chavez,E HS205 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Chavez,E HS205 Class#21206 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 COS 50C - 6.5 UNITS INTRODUCTORY COSMETOLOGY III Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 50B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21207 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Johnson,J HS205 MTWThF Johnson,J HS205 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21207 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 COS 51A - 6.5 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Prerequisite: COS 50C, or COS 60B, COS 70A, or COS 71B with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21142 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Chavez,E HS204 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Chavez,E HS204 Class#21142 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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COS 51B - 6.5 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 51A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21208 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Johnson,J HS204 MTWThF Johnson,J HS204 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21208 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 COS 51C - 6.5 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COSMETOLOGY III Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 51B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21209 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Chavez,E HS204 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Chavez,E HS204 Class#21209 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 COS 52A - 6.5 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Prerequisite: COS 51C or COS 61B, or COS 70B or COS 72B with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21143 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Johnson,J HS203 MTWThF Johnson,J HS203 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21143 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 COS 52B - 6.5 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 52A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21210 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 Class#21210 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 COS 52C - 6.5 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY III Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 52B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21211 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 Class#21211 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 COS 53 - 6.5 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY MANIPULATION Not Transferable Prerequisite: COS 52C, or COS 62B, or 70C or COS 73B with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21144 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Johnson,J HS203 MTWThF Johnson,J HS203 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21144 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 21212 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 10:25- 5:00PM Class#21212 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 21213 8:30-10:25AM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 10:25- 5:00PM MTWThF Novinski,P HS203 Class#21213 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 COS 54 - 10.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY ESTHETICIAN Not Transferable 20188 11:30-12:45PM MTWTh Tomaselli,N MTWTh Tomaselli,N 12:45- 4:30PM 20892 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Christian,S 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Christian,S

Class#

COS 60A - 10.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 or equivalent with a Pass or “C” or higher. 20894 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Smith,F HS205 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Smith,F HS205 COS 60B - 10.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 60A or COS 71A with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher.

20895 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Motruk,N HS204 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Motruk,N HS204

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Instructor

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COS 61B - 10.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 61A or COS 72A with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20897 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 COS 62A - 10.0 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Prerequisite: COS 51C, or COS 61B, or COS 70B, or COS 72B with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22667 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 COS 62B - 10.0 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY II Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 62A or COS 73A with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

HS203 20898 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Baker,D 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 COS 63 - 5.0 UNITS ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY MANIPULATION Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 62B or COS 70C or COS 73B with a grade of Pass of “C”

or higher.

23406 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Baker,D HS203 Class#23406 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 COS 98 - 1.0 UNIT Not Transferable 20189 9.0 HRS ARR Class#20189 meets 20899 9.0 HRS ARR Class#20899 meets 21719 9.0 HRS ARR Class#21719 meets

DIRECTED STUDIES Chavez,E 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 Chavez,E 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 Chavez,E 11/09/2009-12/18/2009

COS 99 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Not Transferable 24128 12:30- 2:13PM MTWTh Becerra,M Class#24128 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

HS201 HS201 HS201 HS201

COS 54A - 10.0 UNITS ADVANCED ESTHETICIAN Not Transferable

Prerequisite: COS 54 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20893 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Christian,S HS201 HS201 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Christian,S 21982 11:30-12:45PM MTWTh Tomaselli,N HS201 12:45- 4:30PM MTWTh Tomaselli,N HS201

Time

COS 61A - 10.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COSMETOLOGY I Not Transferable Prerequisite: COS 50C or 60B, 70A, or 71B with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20896 5:30- 6:45PM MTWTh Motruk,N HS204 HS204 6:45-10:30PM MTWTh Motruk,N

HS203 HS203 HS203

HS204

COUNSELING COUN 10 - 1.0 UNIT CAREER PLANNING Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for COUN 10

22846 11:00-12:00PM MW Macias,D CB102 This COUN 10 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#22846 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21138 10:00-11:00AM TTh Boudreau,D PS 8 This COUN 10 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#21138 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 COUN 20 - 2.0 UNITS SELF AWARENESS TOWARDS EDUCATION READINESS Not Transferable 22844 11:00-12:00PM TTh Hurtado,H FA 75 + 3.3 HRS ARR Hurtado,H This COUN 20 class is part of the – EOPS Project AIM 1 Learning Community. You must also register for Math 20 # 22068. For additional enrollment information, contact the EOPS Office.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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COUN 33 - 1.0 UNIT ORIENTATION FOR THE STUDENT WITH DISABILITIES Not Transferable 21139 1:00- 3:00PM M Barnett,G LA 2 Class#21139 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21203 1:00- 3:00PM M Barnett,G FA 52 Class#21203 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

23463 21967 23464 23984 21721 23466 21949 22847

21204

22537 20170 20171

20172

21717 23928

24351

22538 23465

COUN 200 - 3.0 UNITS SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND CAREER Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for COUN 200

7:00-10:00PM W Thigpen,J PS 8 9:30-11:00AM MW Casillas,R LC201 9:30-11:00AM TTh Bello-Gardner,S LC201 This COUN 200 class is part of the – FYE House B: S.T.A.R.S. Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 52, and LIBR 100. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Herrera,V BE 1 This COUN 200 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House II Learning Community. You must enroll in ENGL 100 and TH 151. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 11:00-12:30PM MW Soto,A (PUENTE) LC213 11:00-12:30PM MW Young,D BE 3 This COUN 200 class is part of the - Mind Matters Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 52 #22209. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 1:00- 2:30PM MW Young,D BE 13 This COUN 200 class is part of the - Konstructing Kafka Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 52 #23926. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule 12:30- 2:18PM TTh Lundeen,B SS136 Class#22538 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 12:00- 1:48PM TTh Romero,V LC213 Class#23465 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Instructor

Room

The court reporting curriculum prepares the student for Certification by the Court

Reporters Board of California and other related employment.

In order for a student to qualify to take the state licensing examination, the student

must complete a program at a recognized school. For information regarding the

minimum CSR requirements, contact the Court Reporters Board of California, 2535

Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 230, Sacramento, CA 95833.

The Cerritos College Court Reporting Program is accredited by the National Court

Reporters Association (NCRA) National Court Reporters Association, 8224 Old

Courthouse Road Vienna, VA 22182-3808, www.NCRAonline.org

FA 62

COUN 50 - 0.5 UNIT ORIENTATION AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING Transferable to CSU 9:30-11:00AM T Ukita,T SL109 Class#23463 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 9:30-11:00AM F Valenzuela,R LC213 Class#21967 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 LC218 5:00- 6:30PM Th Ukita,T Class#23464 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 6:00- 7:30PM Th Mendoza,M FA 75 (PROJECT HOPE) Class#23984 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 9:30-11:00AM F Valenzuela,R LC213 Class#21721 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 11:00-12:30PM M Ukita,T CE 6 Class#23466 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 9:30-11:00AM F Valenzuela,R LC213 Class#21949 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 11:00-12:00PM W Macias,D CB103 This COUN 50 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#22847 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 10:00-11:00AM T Boudreau,D PS 8 This COUN 50 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#21204 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Day

COURT REPORTING & CAPTIONING CAREERS

COUN 34 - 1.0 UNIT CAREER EXPLORATION FOR THE STUDENT WITH DISABILITIES Not Transferable 21968 3:00- 5:00PM M Barnett,G FA 62 Class#21968 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

COUN 35 - 1.0 UNIT PERSONAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE STUDENT WITH DISABILITIES Not Transferable Prerequisite: CG 3 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 22097 3:00- 5:00PM M Barnett,G Class#22097 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Time

CRCC 1T - 1.0 UNIT COMPUTER-AIDED TRANSCRIPTION LAB Not Transferable 24312 4.0 HRS ARR STAFF FA 71 Class#24312 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 CRCC 5T - 2.0 UNITS CSR QUALIFYING EXAM TRANSCRIPTION LAB Not Transferable 24313 6.0 HRS ARR Balmages,M FA 71 Class#24313 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 CRCC 9A - 1.0 UNIT BEGINNING PROCAT SOFTWARE Not Transferable 23813 12:00- 1:00PM W Cline,M (HYBRID) FA 71 1:00- 2:00PM W Cline,M FA 71 Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in FA 71. Plus 2.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#23813 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 CRCC 10A - 1.0 UNIT BEGINNING CASE CATALYST Not Transferable 23815 12:00- 1:00PM W Cline,M (HYBRID) FA 71 1:00- 2:00PM W Cline,M FA 71 Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in FA 71. Plus 2.0 hrs. arr. online. Class#23815 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 CRCC 57A - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING AURAL LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR COURT REPORTERS Not Transferable Recommendation: CRCC 140, CRCC 141, and BCOM 46 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23699 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Ravenscroft,C ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 8:00 - 10:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in FA 71. CRCC 98 - 1.0 UNIT Not Transferable 24309 3.0 HRS ARR

DIRECTED STUDIES

CRCC 99 - 2.0 UNITS Not Transferable 24310 6.0 HRS ARR

DIRECTED STUDIES

Morgan,V

Morgan,V

CRCC 113 - 3.0 UNITS LEGAL TERMINOLOGY Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24391 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Ravenscroft,C ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Thursday - August 20 in FA 71. CRCC 119A - 2.5 UNITS BEGINNING COMPUTER-AIDED

TRANSCRIPTION

Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 141, CRCC 142 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23705 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Cline,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Monday - August 17 in FA 71.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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CRCC 119B - 2.5 UNITS INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER-AIDED TRANSCRIPTION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 119A and CRCC 143 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23707 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Cline,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in FA 71. CRCC 119C - 2.5 UNITS ADVANCED COMPUTER-AIDED TRANSCRIPTION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 119B, CRCC 144 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23709 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Cline,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in FA 71. CRCC 125 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND REALTIME PRACTICUM I (100-130 WPM) Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T Recommendation: CRCC 119C, CRCC 119D and CRCC 143 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23719 10:00-10:40AM MWF Morgan,V FA 51 10:40-12:00PM MWF Morgan,V FA 51 23821 9:00-11:24AM Sat Gallagher,M FA 52 11:54- 4:42PM Sat Gallagher,M FA 52 Class#23821 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 CRCC 127 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND REALTIME PRACTICUM III (140-170 WPM) Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 119C, CRCC 119D and CRCC 145 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23825 9:00-11:24AM Sat Gallagher,M FA 52 11:54- 4:42PM Sat Gallagher,M FA 52 Class#23825 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Class#

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Instructor

Room

CRCC 140A - 2.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY A Transferable to CSU Corequisite: CRCC 141A Recommendation: Minimum typing speed of 35 wpm or enrollment in a typing class. 23743 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Morgan,V ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22. Class information at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan CRCC 140B - 2.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY B Transferable to CSU Corequisite: CRCC 141B. Recommendation: Minimum typing speed of 35 wpm or enrollment in a typing class. 23745 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Morgan,V ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22. Class information at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan CRCC 141 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY REVIEW/SKILL DEVELOPMENT Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T Recommendation: Minimum typing speed of 35 wpm or enrollment in a typing class. 23751 10:00-11:00AM TTh Pou,N FA 51 11:00- 1:00PM TTh Pou,N FA 51 23753 6:00- 7:00PM TTh Ortiz,M FA 51 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Ortiz,M FA 51 CRCC 141A - 2.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY REVIEW/SKILL DEVELOPMENT A Transferable to CSU Recommendation: May be taken concurrently with CRCC 140A. 23755 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Morgan,V ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22. Class information at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan

CRCC 129 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND REALTIME PRACTICUM V (180-210 WPM) Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 119C, CRCC 119D and CRCC 147 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23735 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Balmages,M FA 52 9:00-11:00AM TTh Balmages,M FA 52

CRCC 141B - 2.5 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY REVIEWSKILL DEVELOPMENT B Transferable to CSU Recommendation: May be taken concurrently with CRCC 140B. 23757 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Morgan,V ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22. Class information at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan

CRCC 138 - 1.0 UNIT HOW TO SUCCEED IN COURT REPORTING SCHOOL Not Transferable Recommendation: CRCC 140 and CRCC 141, or CRCC 140A and CRCC 140B, or CRCC 141A or CRCC 141B or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23820 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) Gallagher,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Friday - October 23 in FA 71. Class#23820 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

CRCC 143 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING I Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T Recommendation: CRCC 119B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23763 8:00- 8:40AM MWF Morgan,V FA 51 8:40-10:00AM MWF Morgan,V FA 51 23765 6:00- 7:00PM TTh Nagao,D FA 52 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Nagao,D FA 52

CRCC 139 - 1.0 UNIT EXPLORING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN COURT REPORTING Transferable to CSU 23838 9:00-10:18AM Sat Morgan,V (HYBRID) FA 75 Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 10:18 am, Saturday - October 25 in FA 75. Plus 1.3 hrs. arr. online. Class#23838 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 All court reporting students should be prepared to purchase or rent a stenotype machine at the second class meeting. Students who have questions regarding costs of the program and/or new employment opportunities should contact the Court Reporting Department at (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2746. CRCC 140 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND THEORY Transferable to CSU Corequisite: CRCC 141 Recommendation: BCOM 46 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23739 10:00-11:00AM MW Balmages,M FA 52 11:00- 1:00PM MW Balmages,M FA 52 23741 6:00- 7:00PM MW STAFF FA 51 7:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF FA 51

CRCC 145 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING III Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T Recommendation: CRCC 119D with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23771 10:00-10:40AM MWF Morgan,V 10:40-12:00PM MWF Morgan,V 23773 6:00- 7:00PM TTh Nagao,D 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Nagao,D

FA 51 FA 51 FA 52 FA 52

CRCC 147 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING (160-190 WPM) Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T Recommendation: CRCC 185 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23779 8:00- 8:40AM MWF Somoano,R FA 52 8:40-10:00AM MWF Somoano,R FA 52

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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CRCC 149 - 3.0 UNITS COMPUTERIZED SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING (190-225 WPM) Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: CRCC 1T and CRCC 5T Recommendation: CRCC 185 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23787 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Balmages,M FA 52 9:00-11:00AM TTh Balmages,M FA 52 CRCC 162AB- 3.0 UNITS Q AND A SPEED BUILDING I Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Completion of Court Reporting Theory classes with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 24314 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pulvers,K ONLINE Orientation: Class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan CRCC 164AB- 3.0 UNITS Q AND A SPEED BUILDING II Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: Completion 90 words-per-minutes speed tests.

24316 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pulvers,K ONLINE Orientation: Class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan CRCC 173 - 3.0 UNITS COURT REPORTING AND CAPTIONING CAREERS OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXP Transferable to CSU Balmages,M 23807 1.0 HRS ARR First class meeting will be 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in FA 65. For class information e-mail Ms. Balmages at [email protected] CRCC 185 - 1.5 UNITS CSR/RPR EXAMINATION PREPARATION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Strongly recommend completion of Certified Shorthand Reporter’s academic requirements. 23817 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Balmages,M ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 1:00 - 3:00 pm, Thursday - August 20 in FA 71. Class#23817 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 CRCC 192 - 2.0 UNITS TRANSCRIPTION PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU Recommendation: CRCC 141 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and the ability to type 40 wpm. 23809 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mclean,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 in FA 71.

Class#

Instructor

Room

FOOD COSTING Lew,E

SC 25

CA 81 - 5.0 UNITS PROFESSIONAL BAKING AND PASTRY PRODUCTION I Not Transferable Prerequisite: CA 80 and CA 101 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for CA 81 20860 5:00- 6:30PM MW Lopez,J SC 25 6:30-10:00PM MW Lopez,J SC 25 CA 82 - 5.0 UNITS PROFESSIONAL BAKING AND PASTRY PRODUCTION II Not Transferable Prerequisite: CA 81 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for CA 82 20861 5:00- 6:30PM MW Lopez,J SC 25 6:30-10:00PM MW Lopez,J SC 25 CA 98 - 1.0 UNIT Not Transferable 21940 3.0 HRS ARR 24290 3.0 HRS ARR

DIRECTED STUDIES Pierini,M Lopez,J

CA 101 - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SERVICE, SAFETY, AND SANITATION Transferable to CSU 21188 3:00- 5:00PM T Lew,E CB104 Class#21188 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21202 3:00- 5:00PM T Lew,E CB104 Class#21202 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

DANCE

CA 52 - 6.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL FOOD PRODUCTION Not Transferable Corequisite: CA 101 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or prior completion. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for CA 52 20152 10:00-12:00PM TW Lopez,J SC 25 11:00- 1:00PM Th Lopez,J SC 25 12:00- 2:00PM TW Lopez,J SC 25 CA 53 - 9.5 UNITS COMMERCIAL FOOD PRODUCTION: PANTRY ITEMS Not Transferable Prerequisite: CA 52 and CA 101 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $40.00 is required for CA 53 20153 9:00-12:00PM F Pierini,M SC 1A 8:30- 1:30PM MTWTh Pierini,M SC 1A CA 54 - 9.5 UNITS COMMERCIAL FOOD PRODUCTION: MEATS & POULTRY Not Transferable Prerequisite: CA 53 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $40.00 is required for CA 54 20154 9:00-12:00PM F Pierini,M SC 1A 8:30- 1:30PM MTWTh Pierini,M SC 1A FOODS PURCHASE AND CONTROL Preston,J

Day

CA 80 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO BAKING SKILLS Not Transferable Corequisite: CA 101 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or prior completion. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for CA 80 SC 25 20859 5:00- 7:00PM T Damaso,S 5:00-10:00PM Th Damaso,S SC 25 7:00- 8:00PM T Damaso,S SC 25

CULINARY ARTS

CA 60 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20858 7:00-10:00PM T

Time

CA 65 - 2.0 UNITS Not Transferable 22480 3:00- 5:00PM M

CB106

DANCE CONCERT AUDITIONS

Saturday, August 22, Noon in FA 55.

Dance Concert participants are required to enroll in

DANC 50, DANC 133 and/or DANC 134.

Concert Dates: TO BE ANNOUNCED

(For more information contact Janet Sanderson, Ext. 2872).

DANC 50 - 1.0 UNIT INDIVIDUALIZED DANCE DEVELOPMENT Not Transferable 23228 3.8 HRS ARR Sanderson,J First class meeting 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in FA 55.

23229 23230 23231 24153

DANC 100 - 3.0 UNITS DANCE APPRECIATION Transferable to UC, CSU 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Funderburk,M FA 54 9:00-12:00PM F Lopez,R FA 62 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Berney,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 2:00 - 4:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in FA 53. 12:30- 2:00PM MW Lopez,R CE 7

DANC 101 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23232 9:30-11:00AM MW Davidson,R

LA 20

DANC 105 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO DANCE MOVEMENT Transferable to UC, CSU 23233 9:00-10:00AM TTh Sanderson,J FA 55 + 3.0 HRS ARR Sanderson,J 23235 9:00-11:00AM F Sanderson,J FA 55 + 3.0 HRS ARR Sanderson,J

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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DANC 106A - 2.0 UNITS BEGINNING BALLET Transferable to UC, CSU 23237 2:00- 2:30PM MW Berney,D 2:30- 4:00PM MW Berney,D 23239 8:00- 9:12AM Sat Haddad,M + 3.6 HRS ARR Haddad,M Class#23239 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Room

FA 55 FA 55 FA 55

DANC 106B - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE BALLET Transferable to UC, CSU 23241 10:00-11:12AM Sat Berney,D + 3.6 HRS ARR Berney,D Class#23241 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

FA 55

DANC 107 - 2.0 UNITS BALLET VARIATIONS Transferable to UC, CSU 23243 10:00-11:12AM Sat Berney,D + 3.6 HRS ARR Berney,D Class#23243 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

FA 55

DANC 108A - 2.0 UNITS DANCE, MODERN, BEGINNING Transferable to UC, CSU 23245 10:00-10:30AM MW Lopez,R 10:30-12:00PM MW Lopez,R 23247 12:30- 1:00PM TTh Casebolt,E 1:00- 2:30PM TTh Casebolt,E 23249 3:00- 4:12PM Sat Davidson,R + 3.6 HRS ARR Davidson,R Class#23249 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 DANC 108B - 2.0 UNITS DANCE, MODERN, INTERMEDIATE Transferable to UC, CSU 23251 12:30- 1:00PM TTh Casebolt,E 1:00- 2:30PM TTh Casebolt,E 23253 3:00- 4:12PM Sat Davidson,R + 3.6 HRS ARR Davidson,R Class#23253 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 DANC 110 - 2.0 UNITS COMMERCIAL DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23255 9:00-10:00AM F Sanderson,J + 3.0 HRS ARR Sanderson,J 24154 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Sanderson,J 9:30-11:00AM TTh Sanderson,J DANC 120 - 2.0 UNITS PARTNERING FOR DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23257 6:00- 7:00PM F Rawles,D 7:00-10:00PM F Rawles,D

23259 23261 23263 23265

DANC 121 - 2.0 UNITS LATIN SOCIAL DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 4:00- 4:30PM MW Maue,D 4:30- 6:00PM MW Maue,D 6:00- 6:30PM MW Cole,P 6:30- 8:00PM MW Cole,P 4:30- 5:00PM TTh Haddad,M 5:00- 6:30PM TTh Haddad,M 10:00-11:12AM Sun Cole,P + 3.6 HRS ARR Cole,P Class#23265 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

DANC 122 - 2.0 UNITS MIDDLE EASTERN DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23267 6:30- 7:30PM T Haddad,M + 3.0 HRS ARR Haddad,M DANC 123 - 2.0 UNITS AFRICAN DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23269 6:00- 7:00PM Th Landry,E + 3.0 HRS ARR Landry,E DANC 124 - 2.0 UNITS HIP HOP DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23271 12:30- 1:30PM F Campion,A + 3.0 HRS ARR Campion,A

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

DANC 130 - 2.0 UNITS CHOREOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU 23277 10:30-12:30PM TTh Casebolt,E

FA 55

DANC 131 - 3.0 UNITS DANCE NOTATION Transferable to UC, CSU 23278 10:30-12:00PM TTh Casebolt,E

FA 55

DANC 133 - 2.0 UNITS DANCE PRODUCTION Transferable to UC, CSU 23279 4.0 HRS ARR Sanderson,J First class meeting 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in FA 55. DANC 134 - 2.0 UNITS DANCE PERFORMANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23280 4.0 HRS ARR Sanderson,J First class meeting 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in FA 55. DANC 140 - 2.0 UNITS BEGINNING JAZZ DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23281 12:00-12:30PM MW Well,G 12:30- 2:00PM MW Well,G

FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55

FA 55 FA 55 FA 55

FA 55

FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55

DANC 142 - 2.0 UNITS BEGINNING TAP DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23283 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Well,G TTh Well,G 9:30-11:00AM

DENTAL ASSISTING DA 51 - 4.0 UNITS APPLIED DENTAL SCIENCE I Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $18.00 is required for DA 51

20190 8:00-11:00AM M Cosio,L 8:00-11:00AM W Cosio,L

HS304 HS304

20192 20194 20195 20193 24096

DA 52 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY I Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $44.00 is required for DA 52

3:30- 4:30PM Th Cosio,L 8:00-11:00AM Th Silva,J LAB A 12:30- 3:30PM Th Valenzuela,P LAB B 2:30- 5:30PM T Cosio,L LAB C 2:00- 5:00PM M Saucedo,M LAB D

20196 20198 20197 20199

DA 53 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING Not Transferable

Corequisite: DA 54

NOTE: a material fee of $22.00 is required for DA 53

11:00- 1:00PM M Wedell,D HS305 2:30- 5:30PM T Saucedo,M LAB A HS307 8:00-11:00AM T Wedell,D LAB B HS307 11:30- 2:30PM W Saucedo,M LAB C HS307

20200 20202 20201 20900

DA 54 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO OPERATORY PROCEDURES Not Transferable

Corequisite: DA 53

NOTE: a material fee of $27.50 is required for DA 54

12:30- 2:30PM T Wedell,D 12:30- 3:30PM ThF Wedell,D LAB A 8:00-11:00AM ThF Wedell,D LAB B 5:30- 8:30PM TTh Cosio,L LAB C

FA 55

DANC 125 - 2.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU 23275 6:00- 7:00PM F Rawles,D FA 55 7:00-10:00PM F Rawles,D FA 55

BC 17 BC 17

DANC 143 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE TAP DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 142 or DANC 142 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23288 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Well,G BC 17 TTh Well,G BC 17 9:30-11:00AM

FA 55

FA 55

FA 55 FA 55

DANC 141 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 140 or DANC 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23282 12:00-12:30PM MW Well,G FA 55 12:30- 2:00PM MW Well,G FA 55

FA 55 FA 55

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Applications for Fall 2010 admission to the Dental Hygiene program are due in the

Health Occupations Division Office no later than April 1, 2010. Students must be

accepted into the Dental Hygiene Program prior to enrolling in any class.

For more information call (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2550.

Clearance of a criminal background check and/or drugs of abuse testing may be

required prior to clinical field experience.

HS304

DH 111 - 2.0 UNITS INFECTION CONTROL AND DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

Corequisite: DH 115C

20204 3:00- 5:00PM T Krayer,A SL106 DH 112 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL HYGIENE RADIOGRAPHY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

NOTE: a material fee of $65.00 is required for DH 112

20205 8:00- 9:00AM W Krayer,A HS308 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE.

THE LECTURE SECTION #20205 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED.

20206 9:00-12:00PM W Krayer,A HS308 20207 1:00- 4:00PM W Carroll,D HS308 DH 114 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL HYGIENE CLINICAL SCIENCE I Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

Corequisite: DH 115C

20208 1:00- 3:00PM T Ninomiya,K SL106

20209 20210 20211 20212

DH 115C - 2.0 UNITS PRE-CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE I Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program and a valid adult, child and infant CPR card including two-person CPR. Corequisite: DH 114 NOTE: a material fee of $75.00 is required for DH 115C 8:30-11:30AM M Ninomiya,K LAB A HS307 1:00- 4:00PM F Carroll,D HS308 8:30-11:30AM M Krayer,A LAB B HS308 1:00- 4:00PM F Ninomiya,K HS304 8:30-11:30AM F Carroll,D LAB C HS308 1:00- 4:00PM M Ninomiya,K HS307 8:30-11:30AM F Ninomiya,K LAB D HS304 1:00- 4:00PM M Krayer,A HS304

DH 116 - 2.0 UNITS HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

Corequisite: DH 119

20213 8:00-10:00AM Th Loera,D 10:00-11:00AM Th Loera,D

HS304 HS304

DH 119 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL EMBRYOLOGY, HISTOLOGY, AND ANATOMY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

Corequisite: DH 115C and DH 116.

20214 8:00-10:00AM T Carroll,D HS304 10:00-11:00AM T Carroll,D HS304 DH 232L - 1.0 UNIT DENTAL MATERIALS LABORATORY Transferable to CSU

Corequisite: DH 235C

NOTE: a material fee of $45.00 is required for DH 232L

20215 2:30- 5:30PM Th Brabender,M

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DH 234 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL CARE FOR THE SPECIAL PATIENT Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: DH 125C and DH 127 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. Corequisite: DH 235C 20216 2:00- 4:00PM T Soderling,F HS304

DENTAL HYGIENE

DH 110 - 2.0 UNITS PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY I Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program.

20203 12:30- 2:30PM Th Loera,D

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DH 235 - 2.0 UNITS DENTAL HYGIENE CLINICAL SCIENCES III Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: DH 125C or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Corequisite: DH 235C 20217 1:00- 2:00PM T Carroll,D HS304 4:00- 5:00PM T Loera,D HS304 5:00- 6:00PM T Loera,D HS304 DH 235C - 4.0 UNITS CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: DH 125C or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Corequisite: DH 235 NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for DH 235C 20218 8:30-11:30AM F Krayer,A RYBL* 8:30-11:30AM W Loera,D ELMT* 1:00- 4:00PM W Loera,D ELMT* 1:00- 4:00PM F Krayer,A LAB A RYBL* 20219 8:30-11:30AM M Carroll,D HDSN* 8:30-11:30AM W Ninomiya,K LBVA* 1:00- 4:00PM W Ninomiya,K LBVA* 1:00- 4:00PM M Carroll,D LAB B HDSN* 20220 8:30-11:30AM M Loera,D CDCL* 8:30-11:30AM F Mehr,F VALA* 1:00- 4:00PM F Mehr,F VALA* 1:00- 4:00PM M Loera,D LAB C CDCL* 20221 8:30-11:30AM W Mehr,F HDSN* 8:30-11:30AM F Soderling,F LBVA* 1:00- 4:00PM F Soderling,F LBVA* 1:00- 4:00PM W Mehr,F LAB D HDSN* DH 238 - 1.0 UNIT COMMUNITY OUTREACH I Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: DH 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22541 9:00-10:00AM Th Millar,D SL106 10:00-11:00AM Th Millar,D SL106 22543 11:30-12:30PM Th Millar,D SL106 12:30- 1:30PM Th Millar,D SL106 DH 239 - 2.0 UNITS AND RESEARCH Transferable to CSU 20222 9:00-11:00AM T

INTRODUCTION TO DENTAL BIOSTATISTICS

DH 298 - 1.0 UNIT Not Transferable 21937 3.0 HRS ARR

DIRECTED STUDIES

Sarbo,L

SL106

Krayer,A

EARTH SCIENCE ESCI 101 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL ECOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 100 clearance and MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20277 9:30-11:00AM MW Hallinger,D S 101 + 1.5 HRS ARR Hallinger,D + 3 Required 1 day field trips (scheduled on weekends) which constitute the lab component of this course. These field trips do not satisfy transfer requirements for a physical science lab. If you need a physical science lab you may enroll in ESCI102. 20278 9:30-11:00AM TTh Hallinger,D S 101 + 1.5 HRS ARR Hallinger,D + 3 Required 1 day field trips (scheduled on weekends) which constitute the lab component of this course. These field trips do not satisfy transfer requirements for a physical science lab. If you need a physical science lab you may enroll in ESCI102.

HS304

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ESCI 102 - 1.0 UNIT PHYSICAL ECOLOGY FIELD LABORATORY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESCI 101 or prior completion of ESCI 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22738 12:30- 3:30PM Th Hallinger,D PS 8

20223 20224 20901 22585 23293

ESCI 104L - 1.0 UNIT OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ESCI 104 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment. 23488 3:30- 6:30PM Th STAFF PS 8

20279 20280 20914 21776

8 8

ECON 202 - 3.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ECON 4) Recommendation: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF TE 12 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Namala,S SS306 7:00-10:00PM W Tahernia,F CB104 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF SS138 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Namala,S SS212

EDEL 100 - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING AND LEARNING IN DIVERSE CONTEMPORAR Transferable to CSU 21214 4:00- 5:15PM T STAFF Class#21214 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 22014 4:00- 5:15PM W STAFF Class#22014 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

2 2 2 2 2 2

SS224 SS215

EDEL 200 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Cerritos College Teacher Training Academy (Teacher TRAC) or CSULB’S Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP), and completion of EDEL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. SS141 22697 6:00- 9:00PM M STAFF

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (EDTCH)

ECON 201 requires one (1) hr per week lab participation.

As of Fall 2010, the California State University system will require Intermediate Algebra

as a prerequisite for both ECON 201 and ECON 202.

23298 23299 23300 23302

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Applications for Fall 2009 admissions into the Teacher TRAC PROGRAM

are due in the Teacher TRAC Center no later than August 21, 2009.

For more information call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2212.

ECONOMICS

23295 23296 23297

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EDUCATION/ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

ESCI 180 - 1.0 UNIT EARTH SCIENCE MATERIALS AND PREPARATIONS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ESCI 110, or GEOL 101, or GEOG 101, or GEOG 101L with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21784 3.0 HRS ARR Lo Vetere,C

ECON 101 - 3.0 UNITS ECONOMIC ISSUES AND POLICY Transferable to UC, CSU 21993 9:30-11:00AM TTh Namala,S

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ECON 202 requires one (1) hr per week lab participation.

As of Fall 2010, the California State University system will require Intermediate Algebra

as a prerequisite for both ECON 201 and ECON 202.

ESCI 104 - 3.0 UNITS OCEANOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process or MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23487 3:30- 6:30PM T DeKraker,D PS 8 (Honors Section) 20913 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) DeKraker,D ONLINE No on-campus orientation: students should visit instructor’s website for course information http//e-courses.cerritos.edu//ddeKraker

ESCI 110 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 100 clearance and MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 12:30- 2:00PM MW Hallinger,D PS 2:00- 3:30PM MW Hallinger,D PS Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Lacy,T PS 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Lacy,T PS 7:00- 8:30PM TTh Johnpeer,G PS 8:30-10:00PM TTh Johnpeer,G PS 3:30- 5:00PM TTh Lacy,T PS 5:00- 6:30PM TTh Lacy,T PS

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ECON 201 - 3.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ECON 2)

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or

satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process.

Recommendation: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher.

12:30- 2:00PM MW Namala,S SS306 8:00- 9:30AM TTh STAFF FA 65 9:30-11:00AM TTh Keenan,D SS306 (Honors Section) 11:00-12:30PM MW Namala,S SS138 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Keenan,D SS306 5:30- 7:00PM MW Keenan,D SS306 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Keenan,D ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information.

General Distance Orientation for all ONLINE and HYBRID courses is available on the Distance Education website, http://www.cerritos.edu/de EDT 50 - 1.0 UNIT PREPARATION FOR ONLINE LEARNING Not Transferable 21724 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#21724 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21725 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#21725 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 52 - 1.0 UNIT WINDOWS FOR EDUCATORS Not Transferable

Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

21728 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#21728 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 100 - 2.0 UNITS INTEGRATION OF THE INTERNET INTO CURRICULUM Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21734 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#21734 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 EDT 103 - 2.0 UNITS SPREADSHEETS FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU 21952 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#21952 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

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EDT 104 - 2.0 UNITS WORD PROCESSING FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22804 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#22804 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21736 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#21736 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 105 - 2.0 UNITS POWERPOINT FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21737 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#21737 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21738 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#21738 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 110 - 2.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Transferable to CSU 21950 7:00- 9:00PM W Alexander,C 9:00-10:00PM W Alexander,C Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

EDT 120 - 2.0 UNITS EXPLORING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22809 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#22809 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 122 - 2.0 UNITS FUNDRAISING/GRANT WRITING FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU 21741 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Kristinat,L ONLINE Class#21741 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 123 - 2.0 UNITS INTERNET TOOLS FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22807 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Rodriguez,C ONLINE Class#22807 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 125 - 2.0 UNITS FUND OF ONLINE TEACHING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51, EDT 104, EDT 111, and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21743 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#21743 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 EDT 132 - 2.0 UNITS USING AUDIO IN THE CLASSROOM Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22805 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Rodriguez,C ONLINE Class#22805 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 EDT 137 - 2.0 UNITS IMOVIE/MOVIE MAKER IN EDUCATION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22806 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Rodriguez,C ONLINE Class#22806 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 EDT 150 - 2.0 UNITS PODCASTING IN EDUCATION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22808 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Class#22808 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

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ENERGY ENGY 110 - 3.0 UNITS ENERGY AND THE WAY WE LIVE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process or MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24272 6:30- 9:30PM T Hallinger,D PS 8

ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY

LC134 LC213

EDT 111 - 1.0 UNIT WEB DESIGN FOR EDUCATORS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21739 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) Alexander,C ONLINE Class#21739 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

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ENGT 116 - 2.0 UNITS BLUEPRINT READING FOR MACHINE TRADES Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 116

22100 4:30- 6:00PM W Wissa,F 6:00- 7:30PM W Wissa,F

TE 7 TE 7

ENGT 131 - 3.0 UNITS DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS INCLUDING AUTOCAD Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 131

20276 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Hiranandani,J TE 6 9:00-11:00AM TTh Hiranandani,J TE 6 20911 7:30- 8:30PM MW Hiranandani,J TE 6 8:30-10:30PM MW Hiranandani,J TE 6 ENGT 138 - 4.0 UNITS AUTOCAD Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ENGT 131 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 138 20912 7:30- 9:00PM MW Wissa,F TE 7 9:00-10:30PM MW Wissa,F TE 7 24178 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Wissa,F TE 7 9:30-11:00AM TTh Wissa,F TE 7 ENGT 255 - 4.0 UNITS AUTODESK VIZ RENDERING AND SOLID MODELING APPLICATIONS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ENGT 138 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. Recommendation: ENGT 153 or equivalent. NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 255 24180 4:00- 7:00PM F STAFF TE 7 F STAFF TE 7 7:30-10:30PM ENGT 259 - 4.0 UNITS SOLIDWORKS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ENGT 138 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 21979 4:30- 6:00PM TTh Wissa,F TE 7 6:00- 7:30PM TTh Wissa,F TE 7 ENGT 265 - 4.0 UNITS CATIA I Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ENGT 138 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 265 22673 8:00-11:36AM Sat Hiranandani,J TE 6 12:06- 3:42PM Sat Hiranandani,J TE 6 Class#22673 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

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ENGT 266 - 4.0 UNITS CATIA II Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: ENGT 265 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $6.00 is required for ENGT 266 22675 7:30- 9:00PM TTh Hiranandani,J TE 6 9:00-10:30PM TTh Hiranandani,J TE 6

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ENGLISH ENGL 15 - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING WRITING FOR NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS Not Transferable 22430 1:00- 2:30PM MW STAFF CE 6 2:30- 3:00PM MW STAFF CE 6 22432 10:00-10:45AM MTWTh Gaik,F LA 2 10:45-11:00AM MTWTh Gaik,F LA 2 23367 5:00- 6:30PM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 6:30- 7:00PM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 ENGL 20 - 3.0 UNITS BASIC WRITING Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 15 or ESL 200 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22151 1:00- 4:00PM W Burns,M LA 23 4:00- 5:00PM W Burns,M LA 23 22153 8:00- 9:30AM MW Juntilla,T LC208 9:30-10:00AM MW Juntilla,T LC208 22155 9:00-10:30AM TTh STAFF BE 1 10:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF BE 1 This ENGL 20 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 22157 1:00- 2:30PM MW Yeager,M LA 21 2:30- 3:00PM MW Yeager,M LA 21 22159 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF LA 23 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF LA 23 22161 9:00-10:30AM TTh Quaas-Berryman,F BE 13 10:30-11:00AM TTh Quaas-Berryman,F BE 13 23949 8:00- 9:30PM TTh STAFF LA 26 9:30-10:00PM TTh STAFF LA 26 22165 5:00- 6:30PM MW STAFF LA 2 6:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF LA 2 22167 6:00- 7:30PM TTh STAFF LA 26 7:30- 8:00PM TTh STAFF LA 26 22171 6:00- 9:00PM W Burns,M LA 23 9:00-10:00PM W Burns,M LA 23 22173 1:00- 2:30PM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 2:30- 3:00PM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 23951 5:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF SS312 6:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF SS312 22175 3:00- 4:30PM MW Yeager,M LA 21 4:30- 5:00PM MW Yeager,M LA 21 22177 7:00- 8:30AM MW STAFF LA 27 8:30- 9:00AM MW STAFF LA 27 22181 6:00- 7:30PM MW STAFF LA 26 7:30- 8:00PM MW STAFF LA 26 22183 3:00- 4:30PM TTh STAFF LA 21 4:30- 5:00PM TTh STAFF LA 21 22425 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF BE 13 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF BE 13 22872 1:00- 2:30PM TTh STAFF FA 51 2:30- 3:00PM TTh STAFF FA 51 24006 2:00- 3:30PM MW STAFF LA 26 3:30- 4:00PM MW STAFF LA 26 24014 2:00- 3:30PM MW STAFF LA 20 3:30- 4:00PM MW STAFF LA 20 This ENGL 20 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 24066 4:00- 5:30PM MW STAFF LA 26 5:30- 6:00PM MW STAFF LA 26

7:00-10:00AM TTh Alvarez,L LA 26 10:00-11:00AM TTh Alvarez,L LA 26 Class#22163 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 LA 31 22169 6:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF 9:00-10:00PM MW STAFF LA 31 Class#22169 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22185 9:00-10:30AM MTWTh Serwin,L SS313 10:30-11:00AM MTWTh Serwin,L SS313 Class#22185 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22187 7:00-10:00AM TTh Crawford,S SS139 10:00-11:00AM TTh Crawford,S SS139 This ENGL 20 class is part of the –Introduction to College Reading and Writing Learning Community. You must also register for READ 43 # 22394. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#22187 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22189 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Burns,M LA 21 9:00-10:00PM TTh Burns,M LA 21 Class#22189 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 LA 25 22191 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Carney,D 9:00-10:00PM TTh Carney,D LA 25 Class#22191 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22195 7:00-10:00AM MW STAFF BC 53 MW STAFF BC 53 10:00-11:00AM Class#22195 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22436 3:00- 6:00PM TTh STAFF LA 2 TTh STAFF LA 2 6:00- 7:00PM Class#22436 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 23953 1:00- 4:00PM MW STAFF LA 2 4:00- 5:00PM MW STAFF LA 2 Class#23953 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22193 7:00-10:00AM TTh STAFF BE 4 10:00-11:00AM TTh STAFF BE 4 Class#22193 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22440 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Carney,D LA 25 9:00-10:00PM TTh Carney,D LA 25 Class#22440 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ENGL 33 - 0.5 UNIT Not Transferable 22305 1.5 HRS ARR Class#22305 meets 22306 1.5 HRS ARR Class#22306 meets 22307 1.5 HRS ARR Class#22307 meets 22308 1.5 HRS ARR Class#22308 meets 22309 1.5 HRS ARR Class#22309 meets 23372 1.5 HRS ARR Class#23372 meets

INDIVIDUALIZED WRITING Alvarez,L 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Clemans,S 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Crawford,S 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 STAFF 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Serwin,L 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Swanson,J 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

ENGL 50A - 3.0 UNITS ENGLISH GRAMMAR Not Transferable 22105 12:30- 2:00PM TTh STAFF

SS308

ENGL 52 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE COMPOSITION Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23926 11:00-12:30PM MW Ernest,R FA 62 12:30- 1:00PM MW Ernest,R FA 62 This ENGL 52 class is part of the - Konstructing Kafka Learning Community. You must also register for COUN 200 # 24351. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 22197 7:30- 9:00AM MW Stiles,L (HYBRID) LA 24 9:00- 9:30AM MW Stiles,L LA 24 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 22199 9:00-10:30AM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 10:30-11:00AM MW Quaas-Berryman,F LA 25 This ENGL 52 class is part of the year-long Puente Project. You must also enroll in the Puente CG 200 class. You must also attend the Puente Project Orientation. For additional information and Puente Project requirements, please see the Puente Project Counselor. 23947 5:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF SS137 6:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF SS137 22203 1:00- 2:30PM MW Mixson Jr.,F FA 62 2:30- 3:00PM MW Mixson Jr.,F FA 62 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 22207 22209

22213 22215 22219 22223 22227 22229 22231 22233 22235 22237 22239 22245 22247 22249 22251 22255 22257 22259 22261 22263 22265 22267 22269 22850 24082 22874 24018 24381

22221 22271 22273 22275

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3:00- 4:30PM MW STAFF LA 27 4:30- 5:00PM MW STAFF LA 27 1:00- 2:30PM MW STAFF SS220 2:30- 3:00PM MW STAFF SS220 This ENGL 52 class is part of the – Mind Matters Learning Community. You must also register for COUN 200 # 23928. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 11:00-12:30PM MW Serwin,L (HYBRID) LA 25 12:30- 1:00PM MW Serwin,L LA 25 5:00- 6:30PM MW STAFF SS313 6:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF SS313 7:00- 8:30AM TTh STAFF LA 23 8:30- 9:00AM TTh STAFF LA 23 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF SS312 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF SS312 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF CE 6 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF CE 6 1:00- 2:30PM TTh Mixson Jr.,F FA 62 2:30- 3:00PM TTh Mixson Jr.,F FA 62 1:00- 2:30PM TTh STAFF FA 53 2:30- 3:00PM TTh STAFF FA 53 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF FA 62 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF FA 62 3:00- 4:30PM TTh STAFF LA 31 4:30- 5:00PM TTh STAFF LA 31 3:00- 4:30PM TTh STAFF LA 22 4:30- 5:00PM TTh STAFF LA 22 7:00- 8:30AM TTh STAFF LA 27 8:30- 9:00AM TTh STAFF LA 27 5:00- 6:30PM MW STAFF SS312 SS312 6:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF 5:00- 6:30PM MW Shah-Williams,N LA 28 6:30- 7:00PM MW Shah-Williams,N LA 28 7:00- 8:30PM TTh STAFF LA 33 8:30- 9:00PM TTh STAFF LA 33 7:00- 8:30PM MW STAFF LA 35 8:30- 9:00PM MW STAFF LA 35 LA 28 7:00- 8:30PM MW Shah-Williams,N 8:30- 9:00PM MW Shah-Williams,N LA 28 SS224 7:00- 8:30PM MW STAFF SS224 8:30- 9:00PM MW STAFF 5:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF LA 23 6:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF LA 23 7:00- 8:30PM TTh STAFF LA 2 8:30- 9:00PM TTh STAFF LA 2 1:00- 2:30PM MW STAFF CE 1 2:30- 3:00PM MW STAFF CE 1 7:00- 8:30PM TTh STAFF LA 20 8:30- 9:00PM TTh STAFF LA 20 9:00-12:00PM F STAFF LA 27 12:00- 1:00PM F STAFF LA 27 5:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF LA 20 6:30- 7:00PM LA 20 TTh STAFF 9:30-11:00AM MW Whitson,B (HYBRID) LA 22 11:00-11:30AM MW Whitson,B LA 22 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF BE 2 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF BE 2 7:30- 9:00AM MW Whitson,B (HYBRID) LA 22 9:00- 9:30AM MW Whitson,B LA 22 3:00- 4:30PM MW STAFF LA 25 4:30- 5:00PM MW STAFF LA 25 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF BE 8 12:30- 1:00PM TTh STAFF BE 8 This ENGL 52 class is part of the – FYE House B: S.T.A.R.S. Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE COUN 200 and LIBR 100. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 5:00- 8:00PM MW STAFF LA 27 8:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF LA 27 Class#22221 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 11:00- 2:00PM MW STAFF SS313 2:00- 3:00PM MW STAFF SS313 Class#22271 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00-10:00AM TTh Chester,R FA 62 10:00-11:00AM TTh Chester,R FA 62 Class#22273 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 1:00- 4:00PM TTh STAFF SS312 4:00- 5:00PM TTh STAFF SS312 Class#22275 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Class# 22276 22201 22253 22278

22280 22282 22284 22286 22288 22290

22442 22788

20226 20227 20228 20229 20230 20231 23848 20232 20233 20234 20235 20236 20237 20238 20239

20240 20241 20242 20243 20244 20247 20249 20250 20251

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5:00- 8:00PM TTh STAFF LA 27 8:00- 9:00PM TTh STAFF LA 27 Class#22276 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00-10:00AM MW STAFF CE 1 10:00-11:00AM MW STAFF CE 1 Class#22201 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Burns,M LA 21 9:00-10:00PM TTh Burns,M LA 21 Class#22253 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00-10:00AM TTh Alvarez,L LA 26 10:00-11:00AM TTh Alvarez,L LA 26 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. Targeted for students in Technical Education Careers but open to all students. Class#22278 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 11:00- 2:00PM MW STAFF SS313 2:00- 3:00PM MW STAFF SS313 Class#22280 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 1:00- 4:00PM TTh STAFF CE 1 4:00- 5:00PM TTh STAFF CE 1 Class#22282 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00- 6:00PM TTh STAFF LA 27 6:00- 7:00PM TTh STAFF LA 27 Class#22284 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF LA 31 9:00-10:00PM MW STAFF LA 31 Class#22286 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 5:00- 8:00PM MW STAFF LA 27 8:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF LA 27 Class#22288 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00-10:00AM TTh Crawford,S SL107 10:00-11:00AM TTh Crawford,S SL107 This ENGL 52 class is part of the –College Reading and Writing Learning Community. You must also register for READ 54 # 20705. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#22290 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6:00-9:00PM MW STAFF LC201 9:00-10:00PM MW STAFF LC201 Class#22442 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00-10:00AM TTh Chester,R FA 62 10:00-11:00AM TTh Chester,R FA 62 Class#22788 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ENGL 100 - 4.0 UNITS FRESHMAN COMPOSITION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 2) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 7:00- 9:00AM MW Mueller,B LA 23 9:00-11:00AM TTh Clemans,S LA 21 8:00-10:00AM MW Gaik,F LA 26 9:00-11:00AM MW Mueller,B LA 23 9:00-11:00AM MW Havice,S LA 27 1:00- 3:00PM TTh STAFF LA 23 3:00- 5:00PM TTh STAFF SS137 11:00- 1:00PM MW Juntilla,T LC208 (Honors Section) 11:00- 1:00PM MW Hu,P LA 33 11:00- 1:00PM MW Kayser,L LA 28 1:00- 3:00PM MW Havice,S LA 27 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Booker,A ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 21. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Shah-Williams,N ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in LA 31. 1:00- 3:00PM MW Hu,P LA 33 9:00-11:00AM TTh Ashe,S LA 27 This ENGL100 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House I Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE PSYC 251and LIBR 100. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 9:00-11:00AM TTh Juntilla,T LC208 (Honors Section) 7:00- 9:00AM TTh Mueller,B LC208 8:00-10:00AM TTh Gaik,F FA 51 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Crawford,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 8:00 - 10:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in LA 35. 2:00- 4:00PM TTh Kayser,L LA 28 11:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF BE 3 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Shah-Williams,N ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, Saturday -August 22 in LA 31. 1:00- 5:00PM M STAFF BE 4 5:00- 7:00PM MW Gonzales,J LA 21

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Room

Class# 20252 20254 20255 20256 20257 20258 20259 20260 20261 22335 20903 20904 20905 21729 21731 22853 21735 21804 22304 22312

22861 24020 24021 24022 20246 20245 20248 24363

20253 22336

22445 22446 23369 23373 24023 23370

20262 20263 20906 22106 22108

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

3:00- 5:00PM TTh STAFF LA 23 3:00- 5:00PM TTh STAFF SS308 5:00- 7:00PM MW STAFF SS140 5:00- 7:00PM TTh STAFF SS140 5:00- 9:00PM M STAFF LA 29 7:00- 9:00PM MW Gonzales,J LA 21 1:00- 5:00PM W STAFF SS308 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Gonzales,J LA 23 5:00- 9:00PM F STAFF LA 23 LA 31 5:00- 9:00PM T STAFF 9:00- 1:00PM F STAFF LA 35 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Booker,A ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 21. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Carney,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 8:00 - 10:00 am, Friday - August 21 in LA 31. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Carney,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in LA 31. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Carney,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in LA 31. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Clifford,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in LC 208. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Swanson,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:30 - 2:30 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 35. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Swanson,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 3:00 - 5:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 35. 5:00- 9:00PM W STAFF LA 29 9:00-11:00AM TTh Fabish,D LA 25 This ENGL 100 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House II Learning Community. You must enroll in COUN 200 and TH 151. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Crawford,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 35. 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Clemans,S LA 21 2:00- 4:00PM MW STAFF LA 22 12:00- 2:00PM MW Gaik,F LA 22 9:00-11:25AM FSat STAFF LA 23 Class#20246 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 11:00- 3:00PM MW Palumbo,L LA 29 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. Class#20245 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00-11:00AM MW Chester,R FA 62 Class#20248 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 8.0 HRS ARR (OL) Whitson,B ONLINE This ENGL 100 class is part of the - Once Upon a Time: Writing about Children’s Literature Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 222 # 24364. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Mandatory Orientation: 8:00 - 11:00 am, Tuesday - August 18 in LA 22. Class#24363 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00-11:00AM MW Chester,R FA 62 Class#20253 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 9:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF CE 1 Class#22336 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ENGL 101 - 3.0 UNITS CRITICAL THINKING THROUGH LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-11:00AM MW Clemans,S LA 21 11:00-12:30PM MW Clemans,S LA 21 1:00- 2:30PM MW Kayser,L LA 28 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Kayser,L LA 28 9:30-11:00AM TTh Ernest,R LC213 11:00- 2:00PM MW Palumbo,L LA 29 (Honors Section) Class#23370 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ENGL 102 - 3.0 UNITS FRESHMAN COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 4) Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-11:00AM TTh Hu,P CE 7 11:00-12:30PM MW Swanson,J LA 26 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 12:30- 2:00PM MW Swanson,J LA 26 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Hu,P LA 27 2:30- 4:00PM MW STAFF LA 28

Class#

20264 20266 20267 20268 20269 21720 21722 23985 22109 22110 22111 22314 22302 22320 20265

21761 24365

20270

22112

Time

Day

Instructor

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ENGL 103 - 3.0 UNITS CRITICAL AND ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or a satisfactory completion of the Advanced Placement English Examination of the College Entrance Examination Board. 11:00-12:30PM MW Havice,S LA 27 12:30- 2:00PM MW STAFF SS211 3:30- 5:00PM MW STAFF LA 29 9:30-11:00AM TTh Mueller,B LA 23 12:30- 2:00PM TTh STAFF LC208 2:00- 3:30PM TTh STAFF LA 25 6:00- 9:00PM F STAFF LA 27 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF LA 27 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF LC208 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF WD 15 4:00- 7:00PM W Gaik,F LC208 2:00- 3:30PM MW STAFF LA 24 5:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF SS310 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Ernest,R LC213 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Serwin,L ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Friday - August 21 in ASC. Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. Class#20265 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Clifford,S (Honors Section) ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Monday - August 17 in LC 208. Class#21761 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Stiles,L ONLINE This ENGL 103 class is part of the – The Play’s the Thing Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 235 # 24366. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Mandatory Orientation: 8:00 - 11:00 am, Tuesday - October 20 in LA 22. Class#24365 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Serwin,L ONLINE Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Friday - October 23 in ASC. Class#20270 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Clifford,S ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Monday - October 19 in LC 208. Class#22112 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

ENGL 107 - 3.0 UNITS VOCABULARY BUILDING Transferable to CSU 24359 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Stiles,L ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in LA 22. ENGL 221A - 3.0 UNITS LITERATURE IN THE BIBLE: HEBREW SCRIPTURES Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21190 9:30-11:00AM TTh Mixson Jr.,F SS140 ENGL 222 - 3.0 UNITS CHILDREN’S LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20271 4:00- 7:00PM W Chester,R LA 24 24364 8:00-11:00AM TTh Stiles,L LA 22 This ENGL 222 class is part of the - Once Upon a Time: Writing about Children’s Literature Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 100 # 24363. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#24364 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 ENGL 223 - 3.0 UNITS CHICANA/CHICANO LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24360 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Alvarez,L LA 26 ENGL 226 - 3.0 UNITS AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITRATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24361 7:00-10:00PM T Booker,A SS207

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ENGL 228 - 3.0 UNITS SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20272 9:30-11:00AM MW Mixson Jr.,F LA 28

ENGL 230A - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 14)(CAN ENGL SEQ C) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20273 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Clifford,S LA 25

ENGL 234 - 3.0 UNITS READINGS IN SHORT FICTION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 18)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or

ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22447 11:00-12:30PM MW Chester,R LA 20

ENGL 235 - 3.0 UNITS READINGS IN THE DRAMA Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 22)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or

ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22321 3:00- 6:00PM M Ernest,R LA 23

24366 8:00-11:00AM TTh Whitson,B LA 22

This ENGL 235 class is part of the – The Play’s the Thing Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 103 # 24365. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#24366 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ENGL 238 - 3.0 UNITS CLASSIC ISLAMIC LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24362 11:00-12:30PM MW Fabish,D LA 23

ENGL 240 - 3.0 UNITS CREATIVE WRITING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 6)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or

ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20274 9:30-11:00AM MW Hu,P LA 33

23371 7:00-10:00PM W Booker,A LA 25

ENGL 241 - 3.0 UNITS SCREENWRITING Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20908 6:00- 9:00PM M Ernest,R LA 23

ENGL 246A - 3.0 UNITS SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ENGL 8)(CAN ENGL SEQ B) Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20275 12:30- 2:00PM MW Clifford,S LA 24

(Honors Section)

20909 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Palumbo,L LA 28

(Honors Section)

ENGL 248A - 3.0 UNITS MASTERPIECES OF WORLD LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20910 8:00- 9:30AM MW Palumbo,L LA 21

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESL 1 - 5.0 UNITS Not Transferable 21825 8:30-11:00AM TTh 21827 7:00- 9:30PM TTh

ESL GRAMMAR, READING, AND WRITING 1

Yeager,M Moyer,S

LA 35

LC134

ESL 2 - 5.0 UNITS ESL GRAMMAR, READING, AND WRITING 2

Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English As a Second Language Placement Process or ESL 1 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20281 8:30-11:00AM TTh Yeager,M LA 35

21762 9:30-12:00PM MW Berry,P LA 20

Class# 20915 20916

Time 7:00- 9:30PM 7:00- 9:30PM

Day MW TTh

Instructor Rodriguez,A Moyer,S

Room FA 54

LC134

ESL 3 - 5.0 UNITS ESL GRAMMAR, READING, AND WRITING 3

Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English As a Second Language Placement Process or ESL 2 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20282 9:30-12:00PM MW Berry,P LA 20

20283 8:30-11:00AM TTh Sugihara-Cheetham,J LA 24

20917 7:00- 9:30PM MW Rodriguez,A FA 54

ESL 7 - 1.5 UNITS ESL BEGINNING SPEAKING AND LISTENING Not Transferable 21270 8:00- 9:30AM MW Berry,P LA 20

Class#21270 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

20284 20285 20918 21816

ESL 10 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable

7:00-10:00PM W 11:00-12:30PM MW 6:00- 9:00PM F 9:30-12:30PM F

ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING 1

Nakamura,D Sugihara-Cheetham,J Fischer,A Coulter,L

ESL 11 - 1.5 UNITS ESL READING 1

Not Transferable 21145 8:00- 9:30AM WF Coulter,L Class#21145 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 ESL 12 - 1.5 UNITS ESL PRONUNCIATION Not Transferable 22448 8:00- 9:30AM MW Berry,P Class#22448 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 ESL 14 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable

24369 7:00-10:00PM T 21818 12:30- 2:00PM MW

LA 24

LA 24

LA 35

LA 20

LA 28

LA 20

PRONUNCIATION PLUS Fischer,A Berry,P

LA 24

LA 20

ESL 15 - 0.5 UNIT ESL INDIVIDUALIZED COMMUNICATION FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Not Transferable 22512 2.0 HRS ARR STAFF LC205 Class#22512 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

20286 20919 21817 24367

ESL 20 - 3.0 UNITS ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING 2

Not Transferable

Recommendation: ESL 10 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

7:00-10:00PM W Nakamura,D LA 24

6:00- 9:00PM F Fischer,A LA 35

9:30-12:30PM F Coulter,L LA 20

8:00- 9:30AM TTh Berry,P LA 20

ESL 21A - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 23377 11:00-12:30PM TTh

ESL INTERMEDIATE VOCABULARY

ESL 21B - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 22514 12:30- 2:00PM MW

ESL ADVANCED VOCABULARY

Majam-Finch,D

Coulter,L

ESL 31 - 1.5 UNITS ESL READING 2

Not Transferable 21215 8:00- 9:30AM WF Coulter,L Class#21215 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 ESL 36 - 0.5 UNIT ESL GRAMMAR REVIEW Not Transferable 24371 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Sugihara-Cheetham,J Class#24371 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 24384 4:30- 6:30PM W Nakamura,D Class#24384 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

LA 25

SS224

LA 28

LA 24

LA 20

ESL 100 Requires +One (1) hr. per week lab participation. ESL 100 - 3.0 UNITS ESL ADVANCED WRITING AND GRAMMAR 1

Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English As a Second Language Placement Process or ESL 3 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20287 9:30-11:00AM MW Sugihara-Cheetham,J LA 24

20288 9:30-11:00AM TTh Berry,P LA 20

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 20920 20921

Time 7:00-10:00PM 7:00-10:00PM

Day

Instructor Yeager,M Class,A

W M

Room

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

LA 20 SS311

ESL 200 Requires +One (1) hr. per week lab participation.

20290 20291 20922 22450

ESL 200 - 3.0 UNITS ESL ADVANCED WRITING AND GRAMMAR 2 Transferable to UC Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English As a Second Language Placement Process or ESL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-11:00AM MW Majam-Finch,D PS 8 9:30-11:00AM TTh Coulter,L LA 28 7:00-10:00PM M Yeager,M LA 24 7:00-10:00PM Th Nakamura,D LA 24

FRENCH 20293 20294 23849 20923

FINANCE FIN 51 - 1.5 UNITS RETIREMENT PLANNING AND INVESTING Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $2.00 is required for FIN 51

BE 10 23615 7:00-10:00PM Th Farina,M Class#23615 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 FIN 125 - 3.0 UNITS PERSONAL FINANCE Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for FIN 125

23612 7:00-10:00PM M Fronke,M BE 10 23613 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Fronke,M ONLINE Orientation and all class work done online. E-mail instructor for directions at [email protected] 24325 9:00-10:48AM TTh Moloney,P BE 10 Class#24325 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 FIN 126 - 3.0 UNITS INVESTMENTS Transferable to CSU 23614 7:00-10:00PM W

INTRODUCTION TO STOCK MARKET AND Davis,R

FREN 101 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY FRENCH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN FREN 2)(CAN FREN SEQ A) 12:30- 3:00PM TTh Florescu,M + 1.0 HRS ARR 8:30-11:00AM MW Florescu,M + 1.0 HRS ARR 4:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF + 1.0 HRS ARR 7:00- 9:30PM TTh STAFF + 1.0 HRS ARR

LA 29 LC205 LA 29 LC205 SS224 LC205 LC218 LC205

FREN 102 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY FRENCH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN FREN 4)(CAN FREN SEQ A) Prerequisite: FREN 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20295 8:30-11:00AM TTh Florescu,M LA 29 + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205 FREN 201 - 5.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN FREN 8)(CAN FREN SEQ B) Prerequisite: FREN 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20296 3:00- 5:30PM TTh Florescu,M LA 29 + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205 FREN 202 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN FREN 10)(CAN FREN SEQ B) Prerequisite: FREN 201 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20297 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Florescu,M LA 29 FREN 203 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE FRENCH ADVANCED LEVEL I Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: FREN 202 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20298 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Florescu,M LA 29

BE 15

GEOGRAPHY 20299 20300 20301 20302 20924 21696 23890 23891

GEOG 101 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GEOG 2) 8:00- 9:30AM MW Kreger,R S 101 2:00- 3:30PM MW Kreger,R S 101 9:30-11:00AM TTh Kreger,R CB105 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Lo Vetere,C CB105 7:00-10:00PM M Surfas,L S 101 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) DeKraker,D ONLINE No on-campus orientation: students should visit instructor’s website for course information http//e-courses.cerritos.edu//ddeKraker 4:00- 7:00PM W Lo Vetere,C S 101 7:00-10:00PM W Surfas,L CB105

GEOG 101L - 1.0 UNIT PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: GEOG 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment. 22098 11:00- 2:00PM F Lo Vetere,C PS 2 One Friday through Sunday fieldtrip and up to two Saturday or Sunday fieldtrips are required. The dates of the fieldtrips will be announced at the first class meeting. 22099 6:30- 9:30PM F Lo Vetere,C PS 2 One Friday through Sunday fieldtrip and up to two Saturday or Sunday fieldtrips are required. The dates of the fieldtrips will be announced at the first class meeting. GEOG 102 - 3.0 UNITS NATURAL AND CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GEOG 4) 20303 7:00-10:00PM T Lo Vetere,C S 101

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

GEOG 103 - 3.0 UNITS ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU 23489 7:00-10:00PM W Lo Vetere,C GEOG 105 - 3.0 UNITS WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU 20304 11:00-12:30PM MW Kreger,R Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 20305 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Kreger,R Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 20926 4:00- 7:00PM W Surfas,L

Room

S 101

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

GERM 204 - 4.0 UNITS SCIENTIFIC GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: GERM 203 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20933 6:00-10:00PM Th Potter,I LA 22

S 101

HEALTH EDUCATION

S 101

CB105

GEOLOGY GEOL 100 - 1.0 UNIT NATURAL HISTORY OF SO CALIFORNIA Transferable to CSU 22774 6:00- 9:00PM F Lacy,T S 101

+ 1.5 HRS ARR Lacy,T This class meets three Fridays (8/21, 8/28, & 10/16) from 6:00 - 9:00 pm, and has two fieldtrips (9/11 & 9/13, 3 days) and 10/17, 1-day). ALL FIELDTRIPS ARE REQUIRED! GEOL 101 - 4.0 UNITS PHYSICAL GEOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GEOL 2) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process or MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. PS 2

20927 6:30- 7:47PM MW Lacy,T 7:47- 9:30PM MW Lacy,T PS 2

+ three (3) required one-day fieldtrips (scheduled on weekends). 23490 12:30- 1:47PM MW Lacy,T PS 2

1:47- 3:30PM MW Lacy,T PS 2

+ three (3) required one-day fieldtrips (scheduled on weekends).

GERMAN GERM 101 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GERM 2)(CAN GERM SEQ A) 20001 12:30- 3:00PM TTh Potter,I + 1.0 HRS ARR 20928 7:00- 9:30PM MW Potter,I + 1.0 HRS ARR 22518 4:00- 6:30PM MW Potter,I + 1.0 HRS ARR

Class#

LA 22

LC205

LA 22

LC205

LA 22

LC205

GERM 102 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GERM 4)(CAN GERM SEQ A)

Prerequisite: GERM 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20306 12:30- 3:00PM TTh Potter,I LA 22

+ 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

20929 7:00- 9:30PM MW Potter,I LA 22

+ 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

HED 100 - 3.0 UNITS CONTEMPORARY HEALTH PROBLEMS Transferable to UC, CSU 20307 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Bueno,N ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in CB 104. 21695 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Edwards,C ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in CB 105. 20308 8:00- 9:30AM MW Welliver,K CB104 20309 9:30-11:00AM MW Welliver,K CB104 20310 9:00-12:00PM F Gaylord,K CB101 20311 11:00-12:30PM MW Murray,K CB104

MW Macias,S FA 75

20312 12:30- 2:00PM MW STAFF S 102

20313 2:00- 3:30PM TTh STAFF CB101

20314 2:30- 4:00PM TTh Grosfeld,S FA 75

20315 8:00- 9:30AM TTh McPherson,M FA 65

20316 9:30-11:00AM TTh Teplitzky,J FA 75

20317 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF S 101

20318 11:00-12:30PM TTh Teplitzky,J FA 75

20319 12:30- 2:00PM T Murray,K CB105

20321 4:00- 7:00PM MW McPherson,M FA 75

20934 9:30-11:00AM M STAFF CB105

20935 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF CB106

20937 6:00- 9:00PM 22451 8:00- 9:30AM MW McPherson,M FA 75

22452 11:00-12:30PM MW McPherson,M FA 75

MW McPherson,M FA 75

22453 6:30- 8:00AM 22454 6:30- 8:00AM TTh McPherson,M FA 75

21853 9:00-12:45PM F Grosfeld,S CB102

Class#21853 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 21216 8:00-11:00AM TTh Murray,K AT 26

Class#21216 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21146 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Bueno,N ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Friday - October 23 in CB 104. Class#21146 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 21851 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Goldman,J ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Sunday - October 25 in CB 104. Class#21851 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 WF Artiaga,B TE 12

21852 8:00-11:00AM Class#21852 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 TTh Murray,K AT 26

21218 8:00-11:00AM Class#21218 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 MW Murray,K AT 26

24156 8:00-11:00AM Class#24156 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 HED 101 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU M 20938 6:00- 9:00PM

STRESS MANAGEMENT

HED 103 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU MW 20322 12:30- 2:00PM

WOMEN, THEIR BODIES AND HEALTH

Smith,D

Bueno,N (Women’s Studies)

STAFF (Women’s Studies)

STAFF (Women’s Studies)

FA 65

FA 65

GERM 201 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GERM 8)(CAN GERM SEQ B)

Prerequisite: GERM 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Th Potter,I LA 22

20930 6:00-10:00PM

21694

9:30-11:00AM

TTh

22456

6:00- 9:00PM

W

GERM 202 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GERM 10)(CAN GERM SEQ B)

Prerequisite: GERM 201 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Th Potter,I LA 22

20931 6:00-10:00PM

HED 110 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU F 20323 8:00-11:00AM 21691 9:30-11:00AM TTh

COMMUNITY FIRST AID AND CPR

GERM 203 - 4.0 UNITS SCIENTIFIC GERMAN Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: GERM 202 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20932 6:00-10:00PM Th Potter,I LA 22

HED 200 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Transferable to UC, CSU MW 20324 11:00-12:30PM

NUTRITION FOR HEALTH, FITNESS, AND

FA 75

STAFF Edwards,C

Bueno,N

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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CB104

PE PE

FA 65

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

Class#

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS Emergency Medical Technician

The Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) Program provides the knowledge

base and psychomotor skills training required to pass the National Registry

competency exam and become a Certified EMT-B in the State of California. Current

validation card from the American Heart Association that specifically states

Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider. NOTE: No other CPR cards or

training agencies will be accepted. Validation cards must be presented at the first

class meeting or students will be dropped from the course. Students will be required

to obtain a satisfactory physical exam clearance, demonstrate immunity, and provide

current vaccination records. Students are required to provide their own uniform.

Placement in the clinical (hospital and ambulance) setting may require a clear criminal

background check and/or drugs of abuse testing. Students must enroll in both HO 9

and HO 9L.

For more information call (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2550.

HO 9 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable

Corequisite: HO 9L

20339 5:00- 8:00PM T

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I Lo Bue,R

HS305

HO 9L - 2.0 UNITS EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I LAB Not Transferable

Corequisite: HO 9

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for HO 9L

20340 3.0 HRS ARR Lo Bue,R OJT * 5:00- 8:30PM Th Lo Bue,R HS305 HO 53 - 1.0 UNIT ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for HO 53

21271 5:00- 7:00PM W Marks,S 7:00-10:00PM W Marks,S Class#21271 meets 08/17/2009-09/25/2009 HO 54 - 1.0 UNIT MEDICAL LABORATORY SKILLS Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $19.00 is required for HO 54

21219 5:00- 7:00PM W Marks,S 7:00-10:00PM W Marks,S Class#21219 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

HO 152 - 3.0 UNITS NORMAL AND THERAPEUTIC NUTRITION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN FCS 2)

Recommendation: A&P 150 and A&P 151 or equivalent with grades of Pass or

“C” or higher.

20342 9:00-12:00PM F Caminiti,C HS102

SL105 SL105

SL105 SL105

HO 55 - 1.5 UNITS PHLEBOTOMY PROCEDURES Not Transferable Recommendation: MA 161 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $25.00 is required for HO 55 21192 7:30- 8:30PM T Marks,S SL105 8:30-10:00PM T Marks,S SL105 HO 56 - 1.0 UNIT MEDICATION CALCULATIONS Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process. 21194 6:00- 8:00PM Th Orozco,R SL108 Class#21194 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21147 4:00- 6:00PM Th Veloz-Rendon,L HS104 Class#21147 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 HO 100 - 3.0 UNITS HEALTH OF UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and MATH 60 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 22854 9:00-12:00PM F Casas,R SL109 HO 150 - 1.5 UNITS PROFESSIONAL/CPR AND FIRST AID Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $48.00 is required for HO 150

20341 1:00- 4:00PM T Gallant,A HS305 Class#20341 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

HISTORY

20325 20326 20328 20329 20330 20331 20332 20939 20940 22359 21217 24311

HIST 101 - 3.0 UNITS AMERICAN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 8:00- 9:30AM MW STAFF SS309 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF SS311 2:00- 3:30PM MW STAFF SS212 6:30- 8:00AM MW STAFF SS212 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Oliver,S SS310 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF SS212 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Fernandez,W SS311 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF SS213 6:00- 9:00PM F STAFF SS212 9:00-12:45PM Sat STAFF SS212 Class#22359 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 8:00-11:00AM TTh STAFF SL108 Class#21217 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 8:00-11:00AM TTh STAFF SL109 Class#24311 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

HIST 102 - 3.0 UNITS POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: 1500S TO Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN HIST 8)(CAN HIST SEQ B)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement process or ENGL

52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process

or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21995 11:00-12:30PM MW Haas,J LC155 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 21996 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Haas,J LC155 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 21997 9:30-11:00AM MW Jarrett,G SS310 21998 12:30- 2:00PM MW Jarrett,G SS310 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 21999 5:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF SS309 22000 9:30-11:00AM TTh Jarrett,G SS311 22001 7:00-10:00PM T Jarrett,G SS310 24274 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Oliver,S ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 24383 7:00-10:00PM MW STAFF SS309 Class#24383 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 HIST 103 - 3.0 UNITS POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: 1877 TO P Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN HIST 10)(CAN HIST SEQ B)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement process or ENGL

52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process

or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22002 8:00- 9:30AM MW Oliver,S SS310 22003 11:00-12:30PM MW Oliver,S SS310 22589 9:30-11:00AM TTh Haas,J LC155 22591 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Jarrett,G SS310 22004 7:00-10:00PM M Jarrett,G SS310 23314 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Oliver,S ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 23305 8:00-11:00AM MW STAFF HS103 Class#23305 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 23306 7:00-10:00PM MW STAFF SS309 Class#23306 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Time

Day

Instructor

Room

HIST 120 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20334 12:30- 2:00PM MW Fernandez,W SS311 20941 5:30- 7:00PM MW Fernandez,W SS311 HIST 204 - 3.0 UNITS WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of an American History Survey course, the Reading Placement Process or READ 54, and the English Placement process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24275 9:30-11:00AM TTh Oliver,S SS310 (Women’s Studies) HIST 230 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF MEXICO Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20335 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Fernandez,W SS311 20942 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Fernandez,W SS311 HIST 235 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20336 11:00-12:30PM MW Fernandez,W SS311 HIST 245 - 3.0 UNITS WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM ANTIQUITY TO 1500 Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: READ 54 and ENGL 52 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20337 9:30-11:00AM MW Haas,J LC155 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. HIST 246 - 3.0 UNITS WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM 1500 TO PRESENT Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: READ 54 and ENGL 52 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20338 2:00- 3:30PM MW Haas,J LC155 HIST 260 - 3.0 UNITS SURVEY OF THE HISTORY OF ASIA Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23308 5:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF SS309

HUMANITIES HUM 100 - 3.0 UNITS THE ART OF BEING HUMAN Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, are strongly recommended. 20343 9:30-11:00AM TTh Trager,J FA 43 20344 11:00- 2:00PM M Trager,J FA 43

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

HUM 108 - 3.0 UNITS BLACK IMAGES IN POPULAR CULTURE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, is strongly recommended. FA 43 24239 6:00- 9:00PM M Trager,J 24240 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Trager,J FA 43 You have the option to enroll in this course as part of the – Exploring African American History and Culture through Library Research Learning Community. To enroll in this course as a learning community you must also register for LIBR # 22093. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. HUM 109 - 3.0 UNITS GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN ART Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 and READ 54 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, is strongly recommended. 24241 11:00- 2:00PM W Trager,J FA 43

INSURANCE INSR 101 - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO INSURANCE Transferable to CSU 23894 7:00-10:00PM W Arredondo,R Class#23894 meets 09/28/2009-11/06/2009 INSR 123 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 24326 7:00-10:00PM M

SS311

COMMERCIAL INSURANCE Cordts,A

BE 2

JAPANESE JAPN 101 - 5.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20345 2:00- 4:30PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 22520 7:00- 9:30PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 21832 4:30- 7:00PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE STAFF STAFF STAFF

LA 26 LC205 LC213 LC205 SS137 LC205

JAPN 102 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY JAPANESE Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: JAPN 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20943 4:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF LC213 + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

JOURNALISM JOUR 50 - 1.0 UNIT EDITORIAL BOARD Not Transferable

Corequisite: JOUR 103 or JOUR 105 or JOUR 160L.

24248 5:00- 5:36PM T STAFF 5:36- 8:00PM T STAFF Limitation of enrollment: Editors of campus media.

Class#24248 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

FA 42 FA 42

JOUR 100 - 3.0 UNITS MASS COMMUNICATIONS AND SOCIETY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN JOUR 4) 20346 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF SS309 22025 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Online Class Mandatory orientation (choose one)

1st Orientation: 7:00-9:00pm Thursday, August 20 in FA 42.

2nd Orientation: 7:00-9:00pm Friday, August 21 in FA 42.

This is not a self-paced class. Assignments due twice a week. Students who

do not attend an orientation will be dropped.

For more information www.cerritosjournalism.com

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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JOUR 101 - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN JOUR 2)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or

ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20347 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF FA 42 JOUR 103 - 2.0 UNITS NEWSPAPER ARTICLE WRITING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: JOUR 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or concurrent enrollment, and satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20348 12:30- 2:30PM M STAFF FA 42 12:30- 2:30PM W STAFF FA 42 JOUR 105 - 2.0 UNITS NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: ART 188 or CIS 205 or JOUR 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20349 12:30- 1:30PM T STAFF FA 42 1:30- 4:30PM T STAFF FA 42 JOUR 121 - 3.0 UNITS MULTIMEDIA REPORTING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: JOUR 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24244 11:00-11:40AM TTh STAFF FA 42 11:40-12:30PM T STAFF FA 42 11:40- 2:30PM Th STAFF FA 42 Class#24244 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 JOUR 170 - 1.0 UNIT BROADCAST NEWS/WEBCASTING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment or completion of JOUR 101 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment or completion of JOUR 103 and/or concurrent enrollment or completion of RTV 152. 23363 9:30-11:00AM M STAFF FA 42 9:30-11:00AM W STAFF FA 42 Class#23363 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 JOUR 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22618 3.0 HRS ARR Cameron,R Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 24247 3.6 HRS ARR Cameron,R Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#24247 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 JOUR 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24246 6.0 HRS ARR Cameron,R Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 20350 7.2 HRS ARR Cameron,R Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#20350 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Time

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Instructor

LAW 65 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED LEGAL TECHNOLOGY Not Transferable

Recommendation: LAW 56 and enrollment in LAW 1T.

NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 65

24327 5:30- 8:30PM F Cooper,J

BE 16

LAW 56 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERIZED LEGAL SOFTWARE Not Transferable Recommendation: Students in Paralegal courses are strongly recommended to enroll in LAW 1T. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 56 23643 8:00- 9:30AM MW STAFF LC 22 23645 7:00-10:00PM T Mullin,M LC 22 24100 6:00- 9:36PM M Mullin,M LC 22 Class#24100 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Room

BE 16

LAW 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO CALIFORNIA CIVIL PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 100 23649 8:00- 9:30AM TTh STAFF LC 22 23651 7:00-10:00PM W Mullin,M BE 2 LAW 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO LAW Transferable to CSU 23653 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF 23654 23693 6:00- 9:36PM T STAFF Class#23693 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

LC 22 LA 25 BE 8

LAW 102 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED CALIFORNIA CIVIL PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: LAW 100 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 102

23655 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF BE 3 LAW 103 - 3.0 UNITS LEGAL RESEARCH Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 101 and LAW 56 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23657 11:00-12:30PM MW Mullin,M LC 22 23658 7:00-10:00PM Th Mullin,M BE 8 LAW 104 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: LAW 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass, or “C” or higher. Recommendation: LAW 56 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 23659 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF LC 22 LAW 107 - 3.0 UNITS PROBATE PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 107 24328 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF

BE 4

LAW 108 - 3.0 UNITS FAMILY LAW PROCEDURES Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 108 23660 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF

BE 3

LAW 110 - 3.0 UNITS BUSINESS LAW Transferable to UC, CSU 23664 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pribble,M Orientation: 6:00 - 7:00 pm, Thursday - August 20 in BE 16.

LAW LAW 1T - 0.5 UNIT LEGAL-COMPUTER TUTORIAL Not Transferable Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $1.00 is required for LAW 1T 23692 1.0 HRS ARR Cooper,J Class#23692 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

Class#

LAW 111 - 3.0 UNITS BUSINESS LAW Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BUS 8) 23665 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF 23666 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF 23667 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF 23668 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF 23670 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pribble,M Orientation: 5:00 - 6:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 16. 23671 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pribble,M Orientation: 6:00 - 7:00 pm, Tuesday - August 18 in BE 16. 23694 6:00- 9:36PM T STAFF Class#23694 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

ONLINE

BE 8 BE 8 BE 8 BE 8 ONLINE ONLINE BE 2

LAW 112 - 3.0 UNITS ESTATE PLANNING FOR THE PARALEGAL Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 112 24393 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF SS137

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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LAW 113 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: LAW 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $3.00 is required for LAW 113 23674 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF BE 3 LAW 120 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 23680 11:00-12:30PM TTh 23681 7:00-10:00PM W

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY

LEGAL ETHICS Stein G STAFF

LC22 LA 2

LAW 171 - 1.0 UNIT LEGAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23686 5:48- 7:00PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23686 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23695 12:30- 1:42PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23695 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 LAW 172 - 2.0 UNITS LEGAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23687 5:48- 7:00PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23687 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23696 12:30- 1:42PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23696 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 LAW 173 - 3.0 UNITS LEGAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU BE 8 23688 5:48- 7:00PM M Pribble,M Class#23688 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23697 12:30- 1:42PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23697 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 LAW 174 - 4.0 UNITS LEGAL OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU 23689 5:48- 7:00PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23689 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 23698 12:30- 1:42PM M Pribble,M BE 8 Class#23698 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

LIBRARY Introduction to Library Resources emphasizes use of library methods that enable

students to locate information for course-related study and research.

(OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT)

LIBR 100 - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY RESOURCES Transferable to UC, CSU 21785 2.0 HRS ARR Mitchell,V Class meets in the Library. Class#21785 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22855 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sampson,L ONLINE Orientation and all course work submitted online. Check course website for instructions http://www.cerritos.edu/lsampson Class#22855 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 23915 2.0 HRS ARR Gersitz,L This LIBR 100 class is part of the – FYE House B: S.T.A.R.S. Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 52, and COUN 200. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#23915 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 24225 2.0 HRS ARR Lopez,M Class meets in the Library. Explore health related topics through library research. Class#24225 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22093 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) Sampson,L ONLINE Orientation and all course work submitted online. Check course website for instructions http://www.cerritos.edu/lsampson You have the option to enroll in this course as part of the - Exploring African American History and Culture through Library Research Learning Community. To enroll in this course as a learning community you must also register for ART 108 # 24234 or HUM 108 # 24240. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#22093 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 22095 2.0 HRS ARR Moore,D This LIBR 100 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House I Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE PSCY 251 and ENGL 100. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. Class#22095 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

MTT 50 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 21981 5:30- 8:30PM M

CNC SHOP MATH Mabry,R

MTT 51 - 3.5 UNITS MASTERCAM MILLLING Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 51

22679 5:30- 8:30PM W Hemsworth,R 8:30-10:30PM W Hemsworth,R

ME 2J

ME 3H ME 3H

MTT 52 - 2.5 UNITS SETUP AND OPERATION OF CNC MILLING MACHINES Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 52

ME 2J 20994 5:30- 7:30PM W Real,Y 7:30- 9:00PM W Real,Y ME 2J (Bilingual/Spanish) MTT 54 - 2.5 UNITS CNC BLUEPRINT READING Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 54

22337 8:00-10:24AM Sat Real,Y 10:24-12:48PM Sat Real,Y Class#22337 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

ME 2J ME 2J

MTT 56 - 2.0 UNITS CNC SHOP INSPECTION Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 56

24190 2.4 HRS ARR (OL) Real,Y ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 am, Saturday - September 8 in ME 2J. Class#24190 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 MTT 57 - 2.5 UNITS SETUP AND OPERATION OF CNC LATHES Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 57

21757 5:30- 7:30PM M Guerrero,M ME 3H 7:30- 9:00PM M Guerrero,M ME 3H (Bilingual/Spanish) MTT 58 - 3.5 UNITS COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSPECTION USING VERISURF Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 56 or concurrent enrollment with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 24192 5:30- 8:30PM T Real,Y ME 2J 8:30-10:00PM T Real,Y ME 2J MTT 59 - 2.5 UNITS MASTERCAM TURNING Not Transferable 24196 1:00- 3:24PM Sat Real,Y 3:24- 5:12PM Sat Real,Y Class#24196 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 MTT 77 - 2.5 UNITS Not Transferable 24194 5:30- 7:30PM Th 7:30- 9:30PM Th

ME 3H ME 3H

GIBBSCAM TURNING Guerrero,M Guerrero,M

ME 2J ME 2J

MTT 91L - 1.0 UNIT CNC MILL MACHINING LABORATORY Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 51 or MTT 76 and MTT 52, or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. Corequisite: MTT 56 or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher, or prior completion NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 91L 24184 1:00- 4:36PM Sat Real,Y ME 3H Class#24184 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 24182 5:30- 8:30PM MTh Guerrero,M ME 3H Class#24182 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 24183 5:30- 8:30PM MTh Guerrero,M ME 3H Class#24183 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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MTT 92L - 1.0 UNIT MASTERCAM LABORATORY Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 51 or MTT 57 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 92L 24185 5:30- 8:30PM T Real,Y ME 2J 24186 1:00- 4:36PM Sat Real,Y ME 3H Class#24186 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

MATHEMATICS

MTT 93L - 1.0 UNIT VIRTUAL GIBBS LABORATORY Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 76 or MTT 77 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 93L 24187 5:30- 8:30PM M Guerrero,M ME 3H 24188 5:30- 8:30PM Th Guerrero,M ME 2J MTT 94L - 1.0 UNIT MANUAL MACHINING LAB Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 56 and MTT 100 or equivalent with grades of Pass “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 94L 24189 6:30- 9:30PM T Jackson,L ME 3H MTT 95L - 1.0 UNIT CNC LATHE MACHINING LABORATORY Not Transferable Prerequisite: MTT 57 and MTT 59 or MTT 77 with grades of Pass or “C” or higher Corequisite: MTT 56 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or prior completion 24200 1:00- 4:36PM Sat Real,Y ME 3H Class#24200 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 24198 5:30- 8:30PM TW Real,Y ME 3H Class#24198 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 ME 3H 24199 5:30- 8:30PM TW Real,Y Class#24199 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 MTT 100 - 2.0 UNITS MACHINE TOOL INTRODUCTION Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 100

22686 5:30- 6:30PM T Jackson,L 6:30- 9:30PM T Jackson,L

ME 3H ME 3H

MTT 170 - 2.0 UNITS COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAMMING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for MTT 170

24191 2.4 HRS ARR (OL) Real,Y ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 am, Saturday - September 8 in ME 2J. Class#24191 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Need Help with Your Math Class?

Enroll in AED 90.91, Class # 23036

Walk-in Math Tutoring in LC-166 by

Math Department Faculty and trained Math tutors.

MTWTh 9 am – 8 pm

9 am – 4 pm

F&S (Hours may be subject to change)

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MFGT 53 - 1.5 UNITS STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL Not Transferable Recommendation: TM 50 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 24209 9:00-12:52PM Sat Gurrola,C SS211 Class#24209 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 MFGT 54 - 1.5 UNITS ULTRASONIC LEVEL I TESTING Not Transferable 23414 9:00- 1:05PM Sat Senne,S 1:05- 2:12PM Sat Senne,S Class#23414 meets 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 MFGT 60 - 1.5 UNITS QUALITY ASSURANCE PRINCIPLES Not Transferable 24210 9:00-12:23PM Sat Eisenmann,K Class#24210 meets 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 MFGT 65 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 23882 6:00-10:00PM F

BE 15 BE 15

Eisenmann,K

SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTION MATH CLASSES (See *)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT

SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

Mathematics classes in LC-111 are SEMI-INDEPENDENT- classes.

These classes cover the same content as other Mathematics courses, but use an

entirely different method of instruction. Instead of attending regular lectures, students

read and learn the material on their own. Tutorial assistance is provided Monday

through Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Students take exams according to a schedule given out the first day of class. There

may also be mandatory sessions. These classes are recommended ONLY for

students with a strong background in Mathematics who are independent learners. For

students who experience Math anxiety or whose background in Mathematics is not

strong, we recommend enrolling in a traditional lecture class.

SS211

APPLIED MATH IN MANUFACTURING

MFGT 100 - 3.0 UNITS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Transferable to CSU 24208 6:00- 9:00PM T Gurrola,C

Call the Academic Support Center at

(562) 860-2451, ext. 2404 for more information

ME 1

TE 12

MATHEMATICS PREREQUISITE POLICY

All students taking Mathematics courses at Cerritos College for the first time should

take all the necessary placement tests, obtain transcripts of prior coursework, and see

their counselors PRIOR to the first day of classes. All students should expect to bring

copies of the appropriate documentation with them to class the first day of school to

show to the instructor who will verify that a student has met the prerequisites listed in

the Cerritos College catalog prior to enrollment in a Mathematics course.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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23500

23501

24353

24354

24355

24356 24357

24358

20352

20353 20356

20358

20360 20950 20952 22067 22068

22069 22848 22849 22852

24073 21273 20354 22072 22424 22420

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Room

MATH 5 - 1.0 UNIT MATHEMATICS LEARNING STRATEGIES Not Transferable Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MATH 20,40,60,80,80A, or 80B 11:30-12:00PM MW Conley,A CB101 This MATH 5 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 12:30- 1:30PM M Lopez,M CB102 This MATH 5 class is part of the - Success in Pre-Algebra Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 40 # 20368. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule 3:00- 3:30PM MW George,P PS 20 This MATH 5 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 7:00- 7:30AM TTh Jordan,W PS 20 This MATH 5 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 20 # 20352. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Conley,A CB106 This MATH 5 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 20 # 20358. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule 1:00- 1:30PM TTh Carreon,L PS 13 3:00- 4:00PM Th Mariani,I CB102 This MATH 5 class is part of the - Success in Pre-Algebra Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 40 # 22075. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule 9:30-10:00AM MTWTh Mata,P LC134 This MATH 5 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 20 # 22074. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule Class#24358 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 MATH 20 - 3.0 UNITS BASIC MATHEMATICS Not Transferable 7:30- 9:00AM TTh Jordan,W PS 20 This MATH 20 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 5 # 24354. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 12:00- 1:30PM MW STAFF FA 54 1:30- 3:00PM MW George,P PS 20 This MATH 20 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 5, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 9:30-11:00AM TTh Conley,A CB106 This MATH 20 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 5 # 24355. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 8:30-10:00AM TTh STAFF LA 2 1:00- 2:30PM TTh STAFF LC201 7:00- 8:30PM TTh STAFF PS 13 2:00- 3:30PM MW STAFF PS 12 11:00-12:30PM MW Carreon,L PS 13 This Math 20 class is part of the - EOPS Project AIM 1 Learning Community. You must also register for COUN 20 # 22844. For additional enrollment information, contact the EOPS Office. 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF PS 12 10:00-11:30AM TTh STAFF LC134 1:30- 3:00PM TTh Carreon,L PS 13 10:00-11:30AM MW Conley,A CB101 This MATH 20 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 5, COUN 10, COUN 50 and TH 101. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 6:00- 7:30PM MW STAFF PS 12 8:00- 9:50AM MW STAFF PS 14 Class#21273 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 8:00- 9:50AM TTh STAFF FA 54 Class#20354 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 7:50PM TTh STAFF CB102 Class#22072 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 9:00-12:30PM Sat STAFF PS 13 Class#22424 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 9:00-12:30PM Sun STAFF PS 11 Class#22420 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Class# 22074

20355 20357 20359 20951

Time

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Room

8:00- 9:30AM MTWTh Mata,P LC134 This MATH 20 class is part of the - Success in Math Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 5 # 24358. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#22074 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 1:00- 2:30PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 9:00-10:30AM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

20361 21815 20362 20364 20365 20367 20368

20369 20370 20371 20372 20373 20375 20376 20414 20954 20955 20957 20958 22075

22085 22776 23496 22313 22739 23497 22421 21221 22077 20363 20366 20374 20953 20956

MATH 40 - 4.0 UNITS PRE-ALGEBRA Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process. 7:00- 9:00AM MW Budarin,D PS 13 10:00-12:00PM MW Mata,P LC134 11:00- 1:00PM MW STAFF LA 2 12:00- 2:00PM MW Jordan,W CB106 12:30- 2:30PM MW Mata,P LC134 1:00- 3:00PM MW Sestini,S PS 14 1:30- 3:30PM MW Mariani,I CB102 This MATH 40 class is part of the - Success in Pre-Algebra Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 5 # 23501. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. 4:00- 6:00PM MW O’Neil,S CB102 7:00- 9:00AM TTh Budarin,D PS 14 3:00- 5:00PM MW Sestini,S PS 14 4:00- 6:00PM TTh O’Neil,S CB106 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Jordan,W PS 12 9:00-11:00AM TTh Lewandowski,P LC133 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Worrel,D CB103 7:00- 9:00AM F STAFF CB106 8:00- 9:00AM MW STAFF CB106 6:00- 8:00PM MW Feldstein,T PS 13 8:00-10:00PM MW Leon Jr.,R PS 11 2:30- 4:30PM TTh Lewandowski,T PS 14 8:00-10:00PM TTh STAFF CB101 1:00- 3:00PM TTh Lopez,M CB102 This MATH 40 class is part of the - Success in Pre-Algebra Learning Community. You must also register for MATH 5 # 24357. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. TTh STAFF CB103 11:00- 1:00PM 9:00-11:00AM MW Budarin,D PS 13 10:00-12:00PM TTh STAFF PS 11 8:00-10:00AM TTh Lopez,M CB102 8:00-10:00AM MW Lopez,M CB102 5:00- 7:00PM TTh STAFF CB104 8:00-12:50PM Sat STAFF PS 14 Class#22421 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 11:00- 1:00PM MTWTh STAFF HS103 Class#21221 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 8:00-10:00AM MTWTh Mata,P LC134 Class#22077 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 11:00- 1:00PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 1:00- 3:00PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM MW Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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20377 21839 21873 21874 20379 20381 20382 20383 20384

20385 20386 20387 20388 20390 20391 20392 20393 20394 20960 20961 22078 22079 20378 22080 22787 24270

21148 20380 20389 20959 20962 21786

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Instructor

Room

MATH 60 - 4.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process. 6:00- 8:00PM MW STAFF LC213 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Lewandowski,T PS 14 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Mariani,I ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in PS 20. Targeted for students in Technical Education Careers but open to all students. 7:00- 9:00AM MW Sarell,G PS 11 9:00-10:00AM MW STAFF BE 4 9:00-11:00AM F STAFF BE 4 10:00-12:00PM MW Sarell,G PS 11 12:00- 2:00PM MW Budarin,D CB105 1:00- 3:00PM MW Feldstein,T PS 13 11:30- 1:30PM MW Nikdel,M PS 12 (PROJECT AIM) This Math 60 class is part of the - EOPS Project AIM 2 Learning Community. For additional enrollment information, contact the EOPS Office. 2:00- 4:00PM MW STAFF FA 75 7:00- 9:00AM TTh Nikdel,M PS 12 8:00-10:00AM TTh STAFF PS 8 10:00-12:00PM MW Hugen,M CB105 11:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF FA 53 2:00- 4:00PM TTh STAFF FA 75 9:00-11:00AM TTh Hugen,M PS 14 5:00- 7:00PM TTh Cordova,E CB103 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Demian,K LC133 4:00- 6:00PM MW Chalmers,G LC134 8:00-10:00AM MW Byun,E CB101 3:00- 5:00PM TTh Hugen,M PS 13 3:00- 5:00PM MW Feldstein,T PS 13 7:00- 9:30AM MW Nikdel,M PS 12 Class#20378 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 9:25PM TTh STAFF CB103 Class#22080 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 8:00-12:50PM Sat STAFF PS 12 Class#22787 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 9:00-12:00PM MW Mariani,I (HYBRID) PS 20 Plus 2.0 hrs. arr.

Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

Class#24270 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

10:00-12:00PM MTWTh STAFF FA 54 Class#21148 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 11:00- 1:00PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 9:00-11:00AM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM MW Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) LC111 5:30- 7:30PM TTh Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY. MATH 70 - 4.0 UNITS PLANE GEOMETRY Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or a satisfactory score on Intermediate Algebra Readiness Test. May be taken concurrently with MATH 80, MATH 80A or MATH 80B. 20396 3:30- 5:30PM MW Edson-Perone,L PS 12 20397 8:00-10:00AM TTh Feldstein,T PS 11 20963 7:00- 9:00PM MW STAFF CB106

20398 20399 20401 20403 20404 20405 20406

MATH 80 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process 8:00- 9:00AM MW STAFF CB103 8:00-10:00AM F STAFF CB103 9:00-11:00AM MW Jordan,W CB106 12:00- 2:00PM MW Cordova,E LC133 2:00- 4:00PM MW Byun,E CB106 3:00- 5:00PM MW Cordova,E LC133 7:00- 9:00AM TTh Sarell,G PS 13 9:00-11:00AM TTh Sarell,G PS 13

Class# 20408 20410

20411 20412

20413 20965 20968 22811

20966 21222 20400 20402 20407 20409 20964 20967

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

11:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF LC201 10:00-12:00PM MW Sestini,S PS 14 A TI-83 Plus, 84, or 84 Plus graphing calculator is required for this section of Math 80. Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 2:00- 4:00PM TTh O’Neil,S CB106 4:00- 6:00PM TTh Clarke,M PS 12 A TI-83 Plus, 84, or 84 Plus graphing calculator is required for this section of Math 80. Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 6:00- 8:00PM MW O’Neil,S CB102 8:00-10:00PM MW Feldstein,T PS 13 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Chalmers,G ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in PS 20. 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Clarke,M PS 12 A TI-83 Plus, 84, or 84 Plus graphing calculator is required for this section of Math 80. Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. Sat STAFF CB102 8:00-12:50PM Class#20966 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 10:00-12:00PM MTWTh STAFF CB102 Class#21222 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 11:00- 1:00PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 1:00- 3:00PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 9:00-11:00AM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM MW Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM TTh Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

20415 20417 20419 20421 20423 20970 20971 22372 23494 20416 20418 20420 20422 20969

MATH 80A - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process. Students who have not taken MATH 60 must attain satisfactory score on the Intermediate Algebra ReadinessTest. 8:00- 9:30AM MW STAFF S 201 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF SS220 4:30- 6:00PM TTh STAFF PS 14 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF CB101 6:30- 8:00PM MW STAFF CB103 8:00- 9:30AM TTh STAFF CB103 8:00- 9:30PM TTh STAFF PS 11 9:00-12:30PM Sat STAFF CB101 Class#22372 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 2:00- 3:30PM MTWTh Chalmers,G CB105 Class#23494 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 11:00-12:30PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 1:00- 2:30PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 9:00-10:30AM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:00PM MW Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

20424 20428 20430 20972 20974 22082

MATH 80B - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA II Not Transferable Prerequisite: MATH 80A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF SS141 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF PS 14 2:30- 4:00PM TTh Lewandowski,P LC134 8:00- 9:30AM MW STAFF S 104 2:30- 4:00PM MW STAFF CB103 5:00- 6:30PM MW Cordova,E LC133

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 22081 23495 20425 20426 20427 20429 20973

Time

Day

Instructor

6:00- 7:50PM TTh STAFF Class#22081 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 2:00- 3:30PM MTWTh STAFF Class#23495 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 11:00-12:30PM MW Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 1:00- 2:30PM MW Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 9:00-10:30AM TTh Edson-Perone,L *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Edson-Perone,L *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

Room CB101 CB105 LC111 LC111 LC111 LC111 LC111

Class# 20977 22777 22778 22876 22877 20439 20975 20978

MATH 110A - 3.0 UNITS MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 80 (or MATH 80B) and MATH 70 or equivalent with grades

of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20432 4:00- 5:30PM TTh George,P PS 11 5:30- 6:00PM TTh George,P PS 11 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. MATH 110B - 3.0 UNITS MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 110A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20433 4:00- 5:30PM TTh Carreon,L PS 20 5:30- 6:00PM TTh Carreon,L PS 20 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

20434 21834 21836 20435 20436 23895 22083 22084 23498

20437 20438 20440 20441 20442 20443 20976

MATH 112 - 4.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY STATISTICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN STAT 2)

Prerequisite: MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

7:00- 9:00AM MW Nikdel,M PS 20 5:00- 7:00PM MW STAFF CB106 11:00- 1:00PM MW Chalmers,G BE 4 9:00-11:00AM TTh Nikdel,M PS 12 11:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF CB106 4:00- 6:00PM TTh Lopez,M CB102 2:00- 4:00PM MW STAFF CB101 6:00- 8:00PM TTh STAFF PS 11 4.0 HRS ARR (OL) Conley,A ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in PS 11. MATH 114 - 4.0 UNITS COLLEGE ALGEBRA Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

1:00- 3:00PM MW Carreon,L PS 11 9:30-11:00AM MW Nikdel,M PS 12 9:00-11:00AM TTh Byun,E CB101 7:00- 9:00AM TTh STAFF CB101 1:00- 3:00PM TTh Demian,K LC133 3:30- 5:30PM TTh Demian,K LC133 6:00- 8:00PM MW George,P PS 14

Day

Instructor

Room PS 11 PS 14 PS 13 CB103 PS 11 LC111 LC111 LC111

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

*MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY. MATH 105 - 3.0 UNITS ACTIVITY-BASED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ELEMENTARY AND Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 70,80, or MATH 80B or equivalent with grades of Pass or

“C” or higher.

A TI-83 Plus, 84, or 84 Plus graphing calculator is required for Math 105.

20431 4:00- 5:30PM MW Clarke,M PS 20 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students. 5:30- 6:00PM MW Clarke,M PS 20

Time

4:00- 6:00PM MW Carreon,L 8:00-10:00PM TTh Leon Jr.,R 11:00- 1:00PM TTh STAFF 12:00- 2:30PM MW Demian,K Class#22876 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 8:00-12:50PM Sat STAFF Class#22877 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 1:00- 3:00PM MW Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM MW Edson-Perone,L *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 5:30- 7:30PM TTh Worrel,D *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111)

MATH 115 - 4.0 UNITS FINITE MATHEMATICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 12)

Prerequisite: MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher. Students who have not taken MATH 80 or MATH 80B must attain a

satisfactory score on the Advanced Math Readiness Test.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20445 4:00- 6:00PM TTh Lewandowski,P LC134 MATH 116 - 4.0 UNITS CALCULUS FOR MANAGERIAL, BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 34)

Prerequisite: MATH 114 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20446 9:00-11:00AM MW STAFF BE 6 8:00-10:00PM TTh Demian,K LC133 20979 21787 2:00- 4:00PM TTh George,P PS 11 MATH 140 - 3.0 UNITS TRIGONOMETRY Transferable to CSU (CAN MATH 8)

Prerequisite: MATH 80 (or MATH 80B) and MATH 70 or equivalent with grades

of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20450 9:30-11:00AM TTh Lewandowski,T CB103 20983 12:00- 1:00PM MW STAFF PS 20 20981 6:30- 8:00PM MW STAFF CB101 20982 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 20447 11:00-12:30PM MW Worrel,D LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 20448 9:00-10:30AM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 20449 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) 20980 5:30- 7:00PM MW Edson-Perone,L LC111 *(SEMI-INDEP SECT - LC111) *MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND ATTENDANCE FOR ALL SEMI-INDEPENDENT SECTIONS FIRST DAY.

20451 23499 20452 20984

MATH 150 - 4.0 UNITS PRECALCULUS MATH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 16)

Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

8:00-10:00AM MW Hugen,M CB105 12:00- 2:00PM MW Conley,A CB101 1:00- 3:00PM TTh Worrel,D CB103 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Leon Jr.,R PS 14

MATH 170 - 4.0 UNITS ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 18)(CAN MATH SEQ B)

Prerequisite: MATH 150 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students who have not taken MATH 150 must attain a satisfactory score on the

Calculus Readiness Test.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20453 9:00-11:00AM MW Lewandowski,P LC133 20454 9:00-11:00AM TTh Sestini,S PS 20 20455 12:30- 2:30PM TTh Byun,E CB101

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 20985

Time 6:00- 8:00PM

Day MW

Instructor Clarke,M

Room

Class#

PS 20

MATH 190 - 4.0 UNITS ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 20)(CAN MATH SEQ B)

Prerequisite: MATH 170 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20456 9:00-11:00AM MW Lewandowski,T CB103 20986 5:00- 7:00PM TTh Chalmers,G PS 13

Day

Instructor

Room

MA 161 - 3.0 UNITS MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY Transferable to CSU 20351 9:00-12:00PM M Marks,S SL109 20948 7:00-10:00PM W Schmidt,C SL109 21883 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Gallant,A ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 - 1:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in SL 109.

MATH 220 - 4.0 UNITS ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 22)

Prerequisite: MATH 190 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20987 8:00-10:00PM MW Edson-Perone,L PS 12 MATH 240 - 4.0 UNITS CALCULUS AND DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MATH 24)

Prerequisite: MATH 190 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: MATH 220 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher.

A graphing calculator is required for this course. A Texas Instruments 83+, 84,

or 84+, is strongly recommended.

20988 6:00- 8:00PM MW Leon Jr.,R PS 11

MICROBIOLOGY MICR 200 - 5.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF MICROBIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN BIOL 14)

Prerequisite: CHEM 100 or BIOL 120 or ZOOL 120 or equivalent with grades of

Pass or “C” or higher.

20457 12:30- 2:00PM MW STAFF S 202 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20457 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20458 9:00-12:00PM MW STAFF S 117 2:00- 5:00PM MW STAFF S 117 20459 22149 1:30-4:30PM TTh STAFF S 117 20989 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Morales,G S 101 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20989 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 20990 7:00-10:00PM MW Douglass,T S 117 20991 7:00-10:00PM TTh Morales,G S 117

MEDICAL ASSISTING The MEDICAL ASSISTING DEPARTMENT offers a series of one unit 6-week courses

for the Medical Assistant and for entry level employment in the health career

environment. To locate these courses, please refer to Health Occupations

(HO) 53, (HO) 54,

Clearance of a criminal background check and/or drugs of abuse testing may be

required prior to clinical field experience.

MA 60 - 2.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20944 5:00- 7:00PM T

Time

MA 74 - 4.0 UNITS MEDICAL ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable

Prerequisite: MA 60, 62, 64, 161, HO 53, 54, and HO 55 or equivalent with

grades of Pass or “C” or higher.

Corequisite: MA 66 and MA 67 or prior completion with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23459 10:00-11:00AM Th Marks,S HS104

INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ASSISTING Marks,S

SL109

MUSIC

MA 62A - 1.5 UNITS HEALTH INSURANCE AND BILLING Not Transferable

Recommendation: MA 161 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20945 6:00- 9:00PM M Schmidt,C SL109 Class#20945 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

MUS 100 - 3.0 UNITS MUSIC APPRECIATION Transferable to UC, CSU 20460 9:30-11:00AM TTh Pritchard Jr.,G BC 53 20461 7:00-10:00PM W Kubiak,P BC 51 20462 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pritchard Jr.,G ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 - 11:00 am - Friday - August 14 in BC 53.

Website www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard is also accessible through TalonNet.

22020 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nelson,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 - 12:00 pm, Friday - August 14 in BC 51. Website www.cerritos.edu/dnelson is also accessible through TalonNet.

MA 62B - 1.5 UNITS ICD-9 AND CPT CODING Not Transferable Recommendation: MA 62A and MA 161 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21987 6:00- 9:00PM M Marks,S SL109 Class#21987 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 MA 64 - 3.0 UNITS MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTING Not Transferable

NOTE: a material fee of $9.50 is required for MA 64

20946 5:00- 7:00PM Th Marks,S 7:00-10:00PM Th Marks,S

MUS 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO WORLD MUSIC Transferable to UC, CSU 20463 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pritchard Jr.,G ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:00 - 12:00 pm, Friday - August 14 in BC 53.

Website www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard is also accessible through TalonNet.

SL105 SL105

MA 68 - 4.0 UNITS MEDICAL ASSISTING INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE Not Transferable

Prerequisite: MA 60, 62, 64, 161, HO 53, 54, and HO 55 or equivalent with

grades of Pass or “C” or higher.

Corequisite: MA 66 and MA 67 or prior completion with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23456 10:00-11:00AM Th Marks,S HS104 +10.0 HRS ARR Marks,S

MUS 103 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 23359 11:00-12:30PM MW

MA 73 - 3.0 UNITS MEDICAL ASSISTANT OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Not Transferable

Prerequisite: MA 60, 62, 64, 161, HO 53, 54, and HO 55 or equivalent with

grades of Pass or “C” or higher.

Corequisite: MA 66 and MA 67 or prior completion with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

23458 10:00-11:00AM Th Marks,S HS104

JAZZ IN AMERICA Simmons,J

BC 53

MUS 104B - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC Transferable to UC, CSU 20464 11:00-12:30PM TTh Carroll II,D BC 53 20997 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Pritchard Jr.,G BC 53 21823 7:00-10:00PM Th Carroll II,D BC 51 23358 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Pritchard Jr.,G ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 12:00 - 1:00 pm, Friday - August 14 in BC 53

Website www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard is also accessible through TalonNet

24333 8:00-11:00AM MW Simmons,J BC 53 Class#24333 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

20465 20466 20467 20468 20469 20470 20999

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

MUS 105 - 3.0 UNITS MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS Transferable to UC, CSU 11:00-12:30PM MW Nelson,D BC 68 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Lopez,C ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 11:30 - 12:30 pm, Friday - August 14 in BC 68. Website www.cerritos.edu/clopez is also accessible through TalonNet. 2:00- 3:30PM MW DeMichele,A BC 68 11:00-12:30PM TTh Tsai,S BC 68 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Nelson,D ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 - 11:00 pm, Friday - August 14 in BC 51. Website www.cerritos.edu/dnelson is also accessible through TalonNet. 3:30- 6:30PM T Pritchard Jr.,G BC 68 6:00- 9:00PM M Da Silva,P BC 68

MUS 106 - 5.0 UNITS MUSIC THEORY/MUSICIANSHIP I Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MUS 2) Prerequisite: MUSIC 105 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20471 8:00-10:30AM MW Nelson,D BC 51 + 2.0 HRS ARR Nelson,D MUS 108 - 5.0 UNITS MUSIC THEORY/MUSICIANSHIP THEORY III Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 107 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23937 3:00- 5:30PM MW Marr,J BC 53 + 2.0 HRS ARR Marr,J

20472 21000 21845 21830 22113 22339

20474 21849 22547 22410

MUS 112 - 2.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY PIANO I Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN MUS 22) 8:00- 9:00AM TTh Lee,S 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Lee,S 6:30- 8:30PM Th Chen,J 8:30- 9:30PM Th Chen,J 7:00- 9:00PM W Schreiner,G 9:00-10:00PM W Schreiner,G 9:30-10:30AM TTh Lopez,C 10:30-11:00AM TTh Lopez,C 12:30- 1:30PM MW Lopez,C MW Lopez,C 1:30- 2:00PM 9:00-11:30AM Sat Schreiner,G 11:30-12:45PM Sat Schreiner,G Class#22339 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68 BC 68

MUS 113 - 2.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY PIANO II (CAN MUS 24) Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 7:00- 9:00PM W Schreiner,G BC 68 9:00-10:00PM W Schreiner,G BC 68 9:30-10:30AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 10:30-11:00AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 BC 68 6:30- 8:30PM Th Chen,J BC 68 8:30- 9:30PM Th Chen,J 9:00-11:30AM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 11:30-12:45PM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 Class#22410 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

MUS 114 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE PIANO I Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 113 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20475 9:30-10:30AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 10:30-11:00AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 BC 68 22549 6:30- 8:30PM Th Chen,J BC 68 8:30- 9:30PM Th Chen,J 22412 9:00-11:30AM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 11:30-12:45PM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 Class#22412 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 MUS 115 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE PIANO II Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 114 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21847 9:30-10:30AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 10:30-11:00AM MW Lopez,C BC 68 22553 6:30- 8:30PM Th Chen,J BC 68 8:30- 9:30PM Th Chen,J BC 68 22414 9:00-11:30AM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 11:30-12:45PM Sat Schreiner,G BC 68 Class#22414 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 MUS 116 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20476 12:00- 1:00PM MW 1:00- 1:30PM MW

VOICE I DeMichele,A DeMichele,A

Class# 20477 21002 21224

20478 21003 21225 22555

21004 22557 22559 21675

21820 23861 22562 22564

20479 21835 21841 22567

20480 21838 21843 22569

22571 22577 23865 22583

BC 51 BC 51

Time 2:00- 4:00PM 4:00- 5:00PM 6:00- 8:00PM 8:00- 9:00PM 9:30-10:30AM 10:30-11:00AM

Day W W M M TTh TTh

Instructor Gresham,A Gresham,A Immel Jr.,R Immel Jr.,R DeMichele,A DeMichele,A

BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51

MUS 117 - 2.0 UNITS VOICE II Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 116 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 2:00- 4:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 6:00- 8:00PM M Immel Jr.,R BC 51 8:00- 9:00PM M Immel Jr.,R BC 51 9:30-10:30AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 10:30-11:00AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 12:00- 1:00PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 1:00- 1:30PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 MUS 118 - 2.0 UNITS VOICE III Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 117 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 6:00- 8:00PM M Immel Jr.,R BC 51 BC 51 8:00- 9:00PM M Immel Jr.,R 12:00- 1:00PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 1:00- 1:30PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 2:00- 4:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 9:30-10:30AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 10:30-11:00AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 MUS 119 - 2.0 UNITS VOICE IV Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 118 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-10:30AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 10:30-11:00AM TTh DeMichele,A BC 51 2:00- 4:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM W Gresham,A BC 51 12:00- 1:00PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 1:00- 1:30PM MW DeMichele,A BC 51 6:00- 8:00PM M Immel Jr.,R BC 51 8:00- 9:00PM M Immel Jr.,R BC 51 MUS 120 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 2:30- 4:30PM T 4:30- 5:30PM T 9:30-11:30AM F 11:30-12:30PM F 2:00- 4:00PM M 4:00- 5:00PM M 4:00- 6:00PM Th 6:00- 7:00PM Th

ELEMENTARY GUITAR I Grigoriev,I Grigoriev,I Isaacs,D Isaacs,D Nelson,D Nelson,D Torres,M Torres,M

BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51

MUS 121 - 2.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY GUITAR II Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or audition 2:30- 4:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 4:30- 5:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 9:30-11:30AM F Isaacs,D BC 51 11:30-12:30PM F Isaacs,D BC 51 2:00- 4:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51 4:00- 6:00PM Th Torres,M BC 51 Th Torres,M BC 51 6:00- 7:00PM MUS 122 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE GUITAR I Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 121 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 4:00- 6:00PM Th Torres,M BC 51 6:00- 7:00PM Th Torres,M BC 51 2:30- 4:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 4:30- 5:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 2:00- 4:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51 9:30-11:30AM F Isaacs,D BC 51 11:30-12:30PM F Isaacs,D BC 51

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23859 21855 23863 23867

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MUS 123 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE GUITAR II Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 122 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 4:00- 6:00PM Th Torres,M BC 51 Th Torres,M BC 51 6:00- 7:00PM 2:30- 4:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 4:30- 5:30PM T Grigoriev,I BC 51 9:30-11:30AM F Isaacs,D BC 51 11:30-12:30PM F Isaacs,D BC 51 2:00- 4:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51 4:00- 5:00PM M Nelson,D BC 51

Instrumental Ensemble Auditions for MUS 124a, 125a, 127, 128, 133, and 134 will be on Saturday, August 15th, 9:00-12:00pm. Contact Mr. Betancourt for further information (562) 860-2451, 2631. MUS 124A - 2.5 UNITS BEGINNING BAND Transferable to CSU 22588 7:00- 9:00PM T Betancourt,D 9:00-11:00PM T Betancourt,D

BC 53 BC 53

MUS 125A - 2.5 UNITS COMMUNITY BAND Transferable to CSU 22592 7:00- 9:00PM T Betancourt,D 9:00-11:00PM T Betancourt,D

BC 53 BC 53

MUS 126 - 2.5 UNITS PEP BAND Transferable to CSU Recommendation: Music background preferred. 21274 7:00- 9:00PM Th Betancourt,D 9:00-11:00PM Th Betancourt,D

BC 53 BC 53

MUS 127 - 2.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21275 6:00- 8:00PM F 8:00-10:00PM F

ORCHESTRA BC 53 BC 53

MUS 128 - 2.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21276 6:00- 8:00PM F 8:00-10:00PM F

COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA

Betancourt,D Betancourt,D

Betancourt,D Betancourt,D

BC 53 BC 53

MUS 132 - 2.5 UNITS GUITAR ENSEMBLE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or audition 24251 2:00- 4:00PM F Mello,C BC 51 4:00- 6:00PM F Mello,C BC 51 MUS 133 - 2.5 UNITS Transferable to CSU 21277 7:00- 9:00PM W 9:00-11:00PM W

STAGE BAND

MUS 134 - 2.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21278 7:00- 9:00PM W 9:00-11:00PM W

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

MUS 136 - 1.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21223 12:30- 1:00PM TTh 1:00- 2:00PM TTh

STRING ENSEMBLE

MUS 138 - 2.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21195 6:00- 8:00PM T 8:00-10:00PM T 21859 12:30- 1:30PM TTh 1:30- 2:30PM TTh

COMMUNITY CHORUS

Betancourt,D Betancourt,D

Betancourt,D Betancourt,D

Lopez,C Lopez,C

DeMichele,A DeMichele,A DeMichele,A DeMichele,A

MUS 138A - 2.5 UNITS COLLEGIATE CHORALE Transferable to UC, CSU 21857 6:00- 8:00PM T DeMichele,A 8:00-10:00PM T DeMichele,A 21861 12:30- 1:30PM TTh DeMichele,A 1:30- 2:30PM TTh DeMichele,A

BC 53 BC 53

BC 53 BC 53

BC 68 BC 68

BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51

BC 51 BC 51 BC 51 BC 51

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MUS 142 - 1.0 UNIT JAZZ IMPROVISATION Transferable to UC, CSU

Recommendation: Audition.

24339 3:00- 4:00PM Th Pritchard Jr.,G Th Pritchard Jr.,G 4:00- 6:00PM

Room

BC 53 BC 53

MUS 144 - 2.0 UNITS ELECTRONIC SYNTHESIZER I Transferable to CSU 20481 9:00-11:00AM T Gutierrez,C BC61B 11:00- 1:00PM T Gutierrez,C BC61B ProTools software instruction, emphasizing basic editing, mixing and recording techniques in music production. 22594 6:00- 8:00PM W Simmons,J BC61B 8:00-10:00PM W Simmons,J BC61B Computer assisted recording using Apple Logic Express as the primary Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). MUS 145 - 1.0 UNIT ELECTRONIC SYNTHESIZER II Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: MUS 144 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22318 9:00-10:00AM T Gutierrez,C BC61B 10:00-12:00PM T Gutierrez,C BC61B Plus 4.0 hrs. arr. per week.

Intermediate ProTools instruction emphasizing post audio production

techniques.

22596 6:00- 7:00PM W Simmons,J BC61B W Simmons,J BC61B 7:00- 9:00PM Plus 4.0 hrs. arr. per week.

Computer assisted recording using Apple Logic Express as the primary Digital

Audio Workstation (DAW).

MUS 146 - 2.0 UNITS RECORDING TECHNIQUES Transferable to CSU Recommendation: MUS 105 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22018 9:00-10:00AM Th Gutierrez,C BC61A 10:00- 1:00PM Th Gutierrez,C BC61A ALL APPLIED MUSIC COURSES: MUS 147, 148, 149, 150 and 151 represent five different levels of ability. Students will study with a private teacher on the staff, perform recitals and will attend class performances. Interested students please call the music office (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2629 for scheduled date and time of auditions. MUS 147 - 1.0 UNIT BASIC APPLIED MUSIC Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Enrollment in a music-performance course related to the student’s private study: MUS 124,125,126,127,129,132,133,134,138,139,140, or 142 20482 11:00-12:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C W Lopez,C BC 51 21006 6:00- 7:00PM + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C MUS 148 - 1.0 UNIT PRIVATE STUDY/TECHNIQUE Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Enrollment in a music-performance course related to the student’s private study: MUS 124,125,126,127,132,133,134,138,139,140 or 142 20483 11:00-12:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C 21007 6:00- 7:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C MUS 149 - 1.0 UNIT PRIVATE STUDY/MUSICAL PREPARATION Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Enrollment in a music-performance course related to the student’s private study: MUS 124,125,126,127,132,133,134,138,139,140 or 142 20484 11:00-12:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C 21008 6:00- 7:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C MUS 150 - 1.0 UNIT PRIVATE STUDY/PERFORMANCE PRACTICE Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Enrollment in a music-performance course related to the student’s private study: MUS 124,125,126,127,132,133,134,138,139,140 or 142 20485 11:00-12:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C 21009 6:00- 7:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C

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MUS 151 - 1.0 UNIT PRIVATE STUDY/RECITAL PREPARATION Transferable to UC, CSU Corequisite: Enrollment in a music-performance course related to the student’s private study: MUS 124,125,126,129,130,131,132,133,134,138,139,140, or 142 23869 11:00-12:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C 21010 6:00- 7:00PM W Lopez,C BC 51 + 6.0 HRS ARR Lopez,C MUS 154 - 1.5 UNITS PIANO ENSEMBLE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MUS 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21226 12:30- 1:00PM TTh Lopez,C BC 68 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Lopez,C BC 68 MUS 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22598 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 24126 3.6 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#24126 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Class#

21152 21153 21154 21155 21156

NURSING

21157

Applications for Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 admission into the NURSING PROGRAM are due in the Health Occupations Division Office March 1-15, 2010. Applications are only accepted once a year. For more information call (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2550. Clearance of a criminal background check and drug testing is required prior to clinical field experience. NRSG 5 - 2.0 UNITS REMOVING BARRIERS TO SUCCESS IN NURSING Not Transferable Recommendation: Achievement of a score below benchmark on the diagnostic assessment test. 23460 4:00- 8:00PM Th Cooke,M HS104 Class#23460 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 NRSG 25 - 0.5 UNIT CLINICAL WORKSHOP 1 Not Transferable Prerequisite: Current license as a Licensed Psychiatric Technician or Licensed Vocational Nurse or completion of one or more nursing core courses in an approved/accredited nursing program. NOTE: a material fee of $34.00 is required for NRSG 25 21149 4:00- 4:30PM M Natividad,R SL105 4:30- 8:00PM M Natividad,R SL122 Class#21149 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 NRSG 26 - 0.5 UNIT CLINICAL WORKSHOP 2 Not Transferable Prerequisite: Current license as a Licensed Psychiatric Technician or Licensed Vocational Nurse or completion of one or more nursing core courses in an approved/accredited nursing program. NOTE: a material fee of $47.00 is required for NRSG 26 21150 4:00- 4:30PM M Natividad,R SL105 4:30- 8:00PM M Natividad,R SL122 Class#21150 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 NRSG 48T - 0.5 UNIT ELECTIVE NURSING - TUTORIAL Not Transferable Prerequisite: Admission to the Nursing Program. NOTE: a material fee of $25.00 is required for NRSG 48T 22493 4:00- 8:00PM Th Riedel,P Class#22493 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22498 4:00- 8:00PM Th Riedel,P Class#22498 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

SL121

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NRSG 210 - 5.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Admission to Nursing Program. Corequisite: NRSG 211 and NRSG 213A NOTE: a material fee of $140.00 is required for NRSG 210 12:30- 3:30PM MTh Natividad,R SL109 Class#21151 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21151 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 7:00-12:00PM TW Natividad,R ACH * 1:00- 3:00PM W Natividad,R LAB A SL122 7:00-12:00PM TW Cascalla,H EFHR* 1:00- 3:00PM W Cascalla,H LAB B SL122 7:00-12:00PM TW STAFF VECH* 1:00- 3:00PM W STAFF LAB C SL122 7:00-12:00PM TW Caminiti,C CVSB* 1:00- 3:00PM W Caminiti,C LAB D SL123 7:00-12:00PM TW Wilson,D CVSB* 1:00- 3:00PM W Wilson,D LAB E SL123 7:00-12:00PM TW Cooke,M EFHR* 1:00- 3:00PM W Cooke,M LAB F SL123

NRSG 211 - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Admission to the Nursing Program or possession of an active Licensed Psychiatric Technician license. 21227 9:00-11:00AM Th Voorhies,A SL109 Class#21227 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

21228

21229 21230 21232 21233 22499 24389

SL121

Day

NRSG 200 - 2.0 UNITS PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: A&P 150 and A&P 151 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23887 4:00- 6:00PM M Knowlton,M SL107

21151

MUS 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22117 6.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 24250 7.2 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#24250 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Time

NRSG 80 - 1.0 UNIT NURSING PROCESS DOCUMENTATION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 210 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or admission to the Nursing Program. 22494 10:00-12:00PM F Orozco,R SL107 12:00- 1:00PM F Orozco,R SL107 Class#22494 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 22496 10:00-12:00PM F Orozco,R SL107 12:00- 1:00PM F Orozco,R SL107 Class#22496 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

NRSG 212 - 5.0 UNITS MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 1 Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 210 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. For Option B students: Possession of an active Licensed Psychiatric Technician license and admission to the Nursing Program Corequisite: NRSG 211 may be taken prior to admission or concurrent with first semester of admission. Courses must be completed with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher to progress to the second semester. Recommendation: NRSG 213A or NRSG 200 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $95.00 is required for NRSG 212 12:30- 3:00PM MTh Natividad,R SL109 Class#21228 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21228 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 7:00- 2:30PM TW Natividad,R LAB A DRMC* Class#21229 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Stuart,P LAB B LRMC* Class#21230 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Kusumoto,A LAB C WAMC* Class#21232 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Veloz-Rendon,L LAB D PIH * Class#21233 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Voorhies,A LAB E KFH * Class#22499 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Riedel,P LAB F DRMC*

NRSG 213A - 0.5 UNIT MAJOR DRUGS AND NURSING MANAGEMENT I Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Admission to the Nursing Program. 21158 9:00-10:30AM Th Voorhies,A Class#21158 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

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NRSG 213B - 1.0 UNIT MAJOR DRUGS AND NURSING MANAGEMENT II Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 213A or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21984 4:00- 6:00PM Th Knowlton,M SL108 Class#21984 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 NRSG 215 - 1.0 UNIT ADVANCED PLACEMENT BRIDGE Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: An active LVN license or current enrollment in a vocational or registered nursing program or completion of one or more Associate Degree Nursing or Bachelor of Science in Nursing courses with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Completion of READ 54, ENGL 52, and MATH 60 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher or successful completion of the college placement process. 23461 4:00- 6:00PM Th Voorhies,A HS103 Class#23461 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

21159

21160 21161 21162 21163 22315

21234

21235 21236 21237 22500 22501 24390

21164

21165 21166 21167 21168

NRSG 220 - 5.5 UNITS MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 3 Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 211 and NRSG 212 and NRSG 213A or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. For Option B and E students: Admission to the Nursing Program. Corequisite: NRSG 213B. NOTE: a material fee of $62.00 is required for NRSG 220 12:30- 3:30PM MTh Orozco,R SL108 Class#21159 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21159 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 3:00-10:30PM TW STAFF LAB A LRMC* Class#21160 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Knowlton,M LAB B KFH * Class#21161 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Brooks,K LAB C LRMC* Class#21162 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Orozco,R LAB D DRMC* Class#21163 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 3:00-10:30PM TW Binning,D LAB E DRMC* Class#22315 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 NRSG 222 - 5.5 UNITS MATERNAL/CHILD NURSING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 220 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $78.25 is required for NRSG 222 12:30- 3:30PM MTh Cooke,M SL108 Class#21234 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21234 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 7:00- 2:30PM TW Orozco,R LAB A KFH * Class#21235 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM TW Florez,A LAB B SFMC* Class#21236 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00-10:30PM TW STAFF LAB C MHLB* Class#21237 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00-10:30PM TW Knapp,J LAB D AMH * Class#22500 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00-10:30PM TW Garrison,C LAB E KFH * Class#22501 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 2:30PM SatSun Knapp,J LAB F AMH * Class#24390 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 NRSG 230 - 5.0 UNITS PSYCHOSOCIAL AND COMMUNITY NURSING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 222 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. For Option C,D,E and F students: Admission to the Nursing Program. NOTE: a material fee of $78.25 is required for NRSG 230 12:30- 3:30PM WTh Stuart,P HS102 Class#21164 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21164 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 2:00- 8:00PM MT Stuart,P LAB A LCMC* Class#21165 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 1:00PM MT Stamey,G LAB B CH * Class#21166 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 1:00PM MT Simmons,M LAB C CBS * Class#21167 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 1:00PM MT Matias,S LAB D MSH * Class#21168 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Class# 21169 21170

21238

21239 21240 21241 21242 21243 21244

21171 21172 21173 21174 21175 21176 24296

21245 21246 21247 21248 21249

Time 7:00- 1:00PM Class#21169 7:00- 1:00PM Class#21170

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MT Spicer-Cadger,D LAB E meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 MT Gonzalez,K LAB F meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Room MSH * LCMC*

NRSG 232 - 5.0 UNITS MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 4 Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 230 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. For Option C, D, and E students: Admission to the Nursing Program. NOTE: a material fee of $47.25 is required for NRSG 232 12:30- 3:00PM WTh Brooks,K HS305 Class#21238 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21238 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 3:00-10:30PM MT Gonzalez,K LAB A KFH * Class#21239 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 1:30PM MT Valdenor,M LAB B AMH * Class#21240 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM MT Brooks,K LAB C RLA * Class#21241 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00-10:30PM MT Moore,D LAB D LAH * Class#21242 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 3:00-10:30PM MT Caminiti,C LAB E AMH * Class#21243 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 7:00- 2:30PM MT Robinson,E LAB F SFMC* Class#21244 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 NRSG 240 - 5.0 UNITS MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 5 Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 232 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. For Option E and F students: Admission to the Nursing Program. NOTE: a material fee of $106.75 is required for NRSG 240 12:30- 3:00PM WTh Voorhies,A HS305 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21171 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 3:00-10:30PM MT Voorhies,A LAB A AMH * Class#21172 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM MT Lambie,S LAB B SFMC* Class#21173 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM MT Veloz-Rendon,L LAB C DRMC* Class#21174 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 3:00-10:30PM MT Riedel,P LAB D LAH * Class#21175 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6:00- 1:30PM MT Beckerleg,N LAB E AMH * Class#21176 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00- 2:30PM MT Del Valle,L PIH * Class#24296 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 NRSG 242 - 3.0 UNITS PROFESSIONAL ROLE TRANSITION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: NRSG 240 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 11:00-12:30PM W Fobi,C HS102 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION AS ASSIGNED. THE LECTURE SECTION #21245 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 15.3 HRS ARR Cooke,M LAB A AMH * Class#21246 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 15.3 HRS ARR STAFF LAB B PIH * Class#21247 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 15.3 HRS ARR Brooks,K LAB C DRMC* Class#21248 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 15.3 HRS ARR Stuart,P LAB D LRMC*

NRSG 251 - 1.0 UNIT BASIC ADULT PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Current or prior enrollment in an accredited nursing program or licensure as a health care provider. NOTE: a material fee of $5.00 is required for NRSG 251 21985 4:00- 5:00PM M Caminiti,C SL105 5:00- 8:00PM M Caminiti,C SL105 Class#21985 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

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PHAR 81 - 3.0 UNITS OVER-THE-COUNTER PRODUCTS Not Transferable Prerequisite: MA 161 or A&P 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. SL108 21038 6:00- 9:00PM W Casas,R

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN The following course sequence is to be followed in order to complete the PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM in four semesters. The first semester student must enroll in the following classes: HO 56 (1st 9 weeks), PHAR 50 (2nd 9 weeks), PHAR 60 (12 weeks), PHAR 60L (12 weeks), and PHAR 62 (3rd 6 weeks); MA 161 or A&P 120, and BCOT 62 or BCOT 135 or provide proof of typing clearance of 35 wpm. Students who wish to complete the program at an accelerated pace must make an appointment with the program director. Clearance of a criminal background check and/or drugs of abuse testing may be required prior to clinical field experience. PHAR 50 - 1.5 UNITS PHARMACEUTICS Not Transferable

Prerequisite: HO 56 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

SL108 21280 6:00- 9:00PM Th Bowman,D Class#21280 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 PHAR 60 - 2.0 UNITS PHARMACY INTRODUCTION Not Transferable

Corequisite: PHAR 60L

21990 9:00-12:00PM W Malkin,H Class#21990 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009 22502 6:00- 9:00PM M Bowman,D Class#22502 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009

Class#

SL101

PHAR 83 - 3.0 UNITS PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PHARMACOLOGY I Not Transferable Prerequisite: MA 161 or A&P 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20599 8:00-11:00AM T Malkin,H SL101 PHAR 85 - 3.0 UNITS PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PHARMACOLOGY II Not Transferable Prerequisite: MA 161 or A&P 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21039 6:00- 9:00PM T Casas,R SL101 PHAR 90 - 3.0 UNITS CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I Not Transferable

Prerequisite: PHAR 50, PHAR 63, and PHAR 81 or equivalent with grades of

Pass or “C” or higher. Verification of negative chest x-ray or non-reactive T.B.

skin test within the last year.

20600 8:00- 9:00AM Th Malkin,H SL105 + 6.7 HRS ARR Malkin,H OJT * PHAR 95 - 5.0 UNITS CLINICAL EXPERIENCE II Not Transferable Prerequisite: PHAR 64, PHAR 83, and PHAR 85 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 20601 8:00- 9:00AM F Casas,R SL101 +11.1 HRS ARR STAFF OJT *

SL108

PHAR 60L - 1.0 UNIT PHARMACY SKILLS LAB INTRODUCTION Not Transferable

Corequisite: PHAR 60

NOTE: a material fee of $5.50 is required for PHAR 60L

21988 1:00- 2:00PM W Malkin,H SL101 2:00- 4:00PM W Malkin,H SL101 Class#21988 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009 22503 6:00- 7:00PM W Levine,F SL101 W Levine,F SL101 7:00- 9:00PM Class#22503 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009 PHAR 62 - 0.5 UNIT PHARMACY OPERATIONS I Not Transferable

Prerequisite: PHAR 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass of “C” or higher.

21255 9:00-11:00AM W Casas,R SL101 11:00-12:00PM W Casas,R SL101 Class#21255 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 22509 6:00- 8:00PM W Malkin,H SL101 W Malkin,H SL101 8:00- 9:00PM Class#22509 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009 PHAR 63 - 2.0 UNITS PHARMACY OPERATIONS II Not Transferable Prerequisite: PHAR62 with grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Verification of typing proficiency at 30 wpm or BCOT 135 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $8.00 is required for PHAR 63 21037 6:00- 8:00PM M Malkin,H SL101 8:00- 9:00PM M Malkin,H SL101 PHAR 64 - 2.0 UNITS PHARMACY OPERATIONS III Not Transferable Prerequisite: PHAR 50 and PHAR 63 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. PHAR 63 may be taken concurrently with PHAR 64; however PHAR 64 cannot be taken prior to PHAR 63. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for PHAR 64 20598 9:00-11:00AM F STAFF SL101 11:00-12:00PM F STAFF SL101 PHAR 65 - 2.0 UNITS PHARMANCY OPERATIONS IV - STERILE AND NON-STERILE COMPOUNDING Not Transferable

Prerequisite: PHAR 50 and PHAR 62 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C”

or higher.

24387 8:00-10:00AM Th Casas,R SL101 10:00-11:00AM Th Casas,R SL101

PHILOSOPHY PHIL 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHIL 2)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20602 8:00- 9:30AM MW Stolze,T (Honors Section) 20603 9:30-11:00AM MW Stapp,L 20604 11:00-12:30PM MW Torres-Bower,A 20605 12:30- 2:00PM MW Van De Mortel,J 20606 9:30-11:00AM TTh Van De Mortel,J 20607 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Stapp,L 21040 7:00-10:00PM T Stapp,L 22608 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Stapp,L 21041 7:00-10:00PM Th Stapp,L

or

SS137 SS137 SS307 SS136 SS136 SS137 SS136 SS136 SS137

PHIL 102 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHIL 4)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or

ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22006 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF LA 22 20609 11:00-12:30PM MW Van De Mortel,J SS136 22316 9:30-11:00AM TTh Stolze,T SS137 PHIL 103 - 3.0 UNITS PHILOSOPHICAL REASONING: CRITICAL THINKING IN PHILOSOPHY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or a satisfactory completion of the Advanced Placement English Examination of the College Entrance Examination Board. 22859 9:30-11:00AM MW Stolze,T BE 15 22860 7:00-10:00PM M Stolze,T SS137 22858 12:30- 2:00PM MW Stapp,L SS137

20610 22007 21042 24278

PHIL 104 - 3.0 UNITS PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY: CHALLENGE AND CHANGE Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher is strongly recommended. 9:30-11:00AM TTh Torres-Bower,A SS307 9:30-11:00AM MW Torres-Bower,A SS307 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF SS136 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF SS140

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

PHIL 106 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHIL 6)

Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20611 8:00- 9:30AM MW Torres-Bower,A SS307 21043 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Torres-Bower,A SS307 21044 7:00-10:00PM Th Van De Mortel,J SS136 PHIL 200 - 3.0 UNITS WORLD RELIGIONS Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or ENGL 155 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher is strongly recommended. 20613 9:30-11:00AM MW Van De Mortel,J SS136 21045 7:00-10:00PM M Van De Mortel,J SS136 PHIL 204 - 3.0 UNITS PHILOSOPHY OF THE BIBLE I (HEBREW SCRIPTURES) Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22008 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Stolze,T SS137

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY PHOTOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN ART 18)

NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for PHOT 100

Manually operable 35 mm camera or digital SLR required. Exceptions considered.

20614 9:00-10:00AM MW Fernandez,C 10:00-12:00PM MW Fernandez,C 20615 9:00-10:00AM TTh Skaar,S 10:00-12:00PM TTh Skaar,S 20616 7:00- 8:00PM MW Santos,R 8:00-10:00PM MW Santos,R 20617 8:00-10:00AM F Emmett,K 10:30- 2:30PM F Emmett,K 21046 7:00- 8:00PM TTh Flanders,M 8:00-10:00PM TTh Flanders,M 21047 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Heckerman,E 1:30- 3:30PM TTh Heckerman,E 21938 12:30- 1:30PM MW Fernandez,C 1:30- 3:30PM MW Fernandez,C 22369 8:00-10:30AM Sat Nelson,M 10:30- 3:30PM Sat Nelson,M Class#22369 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 22601 10:00-12:30PM Sun Holzhauer,P 12:30- 5:30PM Sun Holzhauer,P Class#22601 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

to be

FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41 FA 40 FA 41

PHOT 102 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: PHOT 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for PHOT 102 22599 4:00- 5:00PM TTh Heckerman,E FA 40 5:00- 7:00PM TTh Heckerman,E FA 41 PHOT 110 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $12.50 is required for PHOT 110

20618 9:00-11:00AM F Fernandez,C LC174 11:00- 3:00PM F Fernandez,C LC174 22604 4:00- 5:00PM MW Dinhaupt,G FA 42 5:00- 7:00PM MW Dinhaupt,G FA 42 PHOT 160 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY Transferable to UC, CSU 20619 11:00-12:30PM TTh Schwenkmeyer,K

CB105

PHOT 230 - 3.0 UNITS PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAHY Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: PHOT 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $12.50 is required for PHOT 230 24242 4:00- 5:00PM MW Heckerman,E FA 40 5:00- 7:00PM MW Heckerman,E FA 41

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

PHOT 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for PHOT 298 20620 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. PHOT 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $15.00 is required for PHOT 299 20622 6.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education activity classes require appropriate attire; equipment is furnished

unless noted. Students using locker room facilities must purchase a combination lock

for security purposes.

The lock number is recorded. Towels are furnished.

PE 100 - 2.0 UNITS AND SPORT Transferable to UC, CSU 20487 8:00-10:00AM F

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PE 103 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 24395 9:30-11:00AM MW

THEORY OF COACHING

Wells,D

Jensen,D

PE 105 - 2.0 UNITS STUDENT ATHLETES IN SOCIETY Transferable to CSU 21279 6:30- 8:30PM MW Gaylord,K Class#21279 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 PE 106 - 3.0 UNITS WOMEN IN SPORTS Transferable to UC, CSU 24157 12:00- 1:30PM MW Jensen,D (Women’s Studies) PE 107 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 21011 7:00-10:00PM T

FA 53

FA 65

FA 53

FA 51

INTRODUCTION TO ATHLETIC TRAINING Sweet,B

FA 75

PE 108 - 3.0 UNITS PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR MEN’S SPORTS I Transferable to UC, CSU 22329 9:00-11:30AM Sat Mazzotta,F FH Sat Mazzotta,F FH 11:30- 3:00PM Class#22329 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 PE 109 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20488 10:00-12:00PM F

THEORY OF COACHING BASEBALL STAFF

PE 112 - 2.0 UNITS THEORY OF FOOTBALL Transferable to UC, CSU 21250 4.0 HRS ARR Grosfeld,S First class meeting Tuesday, August 18 at 2:00 pm.

Class#21250 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

21177 4.0 HRS ARR Caines,T First class meeting Tuesday, October 20 at 2:00 pm.

Class#21177 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

FA 53

FH FH

DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

PE 120 – PE 124

Prior to enrolling in PE 120-124 class(es), student must contact Disabled Student

Programs and Services (DSPS) in the Santa Barbara Building to complete a “Request

for Certification of Physical Condition/Limitations”.

For additional information contact DSPS at (562) 860-2451 x 2333.

PE 120 - 1.0 UNIT SEDENTARY ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT’S WITH DISABILITIES Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Completed adapted physical education physician health clearance for participation, adapted physical education health history questionnaire, intake interview assessment procedures. 20489 12:30-12:45PM MW Prindle,D GYM 12:45- 1:30PM MW Prindle,D GYM

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 20490 20491

Time 4:00- 4:15PM 4:15- 5:00PM 11:00-11:15AM 11:15-12:00PM

Day MW MW TTh TTh

PE 121 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20492 11:00-11:15AM TTh 11:15-12:00PM TTh 21012 5:00- 5:15PM MW 5:15- 6:00PM MW

Instructor Nakao,G Nakao,G Prindle,D Prindle,D

Room PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A

Sweet,B Sweet,B Nakao,G Nakao,G

PE 2A PE 2A WT WT

PE 123 - 1.0 UNIT ADAPTED SWIMMING Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Completed adapted physical education physician health clearance for participation, adapted physical education health history questionnaire, intake interview assessment procedures. 21013 5:00- 5:15PM MW Nakao,G WT 5:15- 6:00PM MW Nakao,G WT

21863 21865 23224

20501 23843

ADAPTED CARDIOVASCULAR EXERCISE

PE 122 - 1.0 UNIT ADAPTED STRENGTH TRAINING Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Completed adapted physical education physician health clearance for participation, adapted physical education health history questionnaire, intake interview assessment procedures. 20493 12:30-12:45PM MW Prindle,D GYM 12:45- 1:30PM MW Prindle,D GYM 4:00- 4:15PM MW Nakao,G PE 2A 20494 4:15- 5:00PM MW Nakao,G PE 2A 20495 10:00-10:15AM TTh Prindle,D WT 10:15-11:00AM TTh Prindle,D WT

20496

Class#

PE 124 - 1.0 UNIT WHEELCHAIR ACTIVITIES Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Completed adapted physical education physician health clearance for participation, adapted physical education health history questionnaire, intake interview assessment procedures. 10:00-10:15AM TTh Prindle,D WT 10:15-11:00AM TTh Prindle,D WT 4:00- 4:15PM MW Nakao,G PE 2A 4:15- 5:00PM MW Nakao,G PE 2A 12:30-12:45PM MW Prindle,D GYM

12:45- 1:30PM MW Prindle,D GYM

11:00-11:15AM TTh Prindle,D PE 2A

PE 2A

11:15-12:00PM TTh Prindle,D

PE 127 - 1.0 UNIT ADAPTED STRETCHING & RELAXATION Transferable to CSU, UC transferability pending Recommendation: Student should complete adapted physical education physician health clearance for participation, adapted physical education health history questionnaire, and intake interview assessment. 24158 10:00-10:15AM TTh Prindle,D WT TTh Prindle,D 10:15-11:00AM WT 24160 12:30-12:45PM MW Prindle,D GYM 12:45- 1:30PM MW Prindle,D GYM PE 130 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20497 11:00-11:15AM MW 11:15-12:00PM MW 22458 5:30- 5:45PM MW 5:45- 6:30PM MW 20498 1:00- 1:15PM TTh 1:15- 2:00PM TTh

STRETCHING AND RELAXATION

PE 131 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20499 8:00- 8:15AM TTh 8:15- 9:00AM TTh 22460 6:30- 6:45PM MW 6:45- 7:30PM MW

WALKING FOR FITNESS

PE 132B - 1.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 22478 8:00- 8:30AM MW MW 8:30- 9:30AM

AEROBIC ACTIVITIES

PE 133 - 1.5 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20500 6:30- 7:00PM TTh 7:00- 8:00PM TTh

STEP AEROBICS

Prindle,J Prindle,J STAFF STAFF Prindle,J Prindle,J

Mazzotta,F Mazzotta,F STAFF STAFF

STAFF STAFF

STAFF STAFF

CE 4

CE 4

PE 2A

PE 2A

CE 4

CE 4

PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A

20503 20504 20505 20506 20507 20508 20509 20510 20511 20513 20514 21015 21016 21017 21018 21019 23222 23917 23933 24297

21870 20515 20516 20517 20518 20519 20520 20521 20522 21020

GYM

GYM

21021 24385

GYM

GYM

Time 9:30-10:00AM 10:00-11:00AM 9:30-10:00AM 10:00-11:00AM

Day TTh TTh MW MW

Instructor STAFF STAFF Edwards,C Edwards,C

GYM GYM GYM GYM

PE 135A - 1.0 UNIT CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING BEGINNING Transferable to UC, CSU 11:00-11:15AM MW Teplitzky,J WT 11:15-12:00PM MW Teplitzky,J WT 12:00-12:15PM MW Prindle,J WT 12:15- 1:00PM MW Prindle,J WT 2:00- 2:15PM MW STAFF WT 2:15- 3:00PM MW STAFF WT 3:00- 3:15PM MW Welliver,K WT 3:15- 4:00PM MW Welliver,K WT 4:00- 4:15PM MW Jensen,D WT 4:15- 5:00PM MW Jensen,D WT 7:00- 7:15AM TTh Macias,S WT 7:15- 8:00AM TTh Macias,S WT 8:00- 8:15AM TTh Macias,S WT 8:15- 9:00AM TTh Macias,S WT 9:00- 9:15AM TTh Caines,T WT 9:15-10:00AM TTh Caines,T WT 10:00-10:15AM TTh Caines,T WT 10:15-11:00AM TTh Caines,T WT 3:00- 3:15PM TTh Welliver,K WT 3:15- 4:00PM TTh Welliver,K WT 4:00- 4:15PM TTh Jensen,D WT 4:15- 5:00PM TTh Jensen,D WT 5:00- 5:15PM MW Teplitzky,J WT 5:15- 6:00PM MW Teplitzky,J WT 6:00- 6:15PM MW Wells,D WT 6:15- 7:00PM MW Wells,D WT 5:00- 5:15PM TTh STAFF WT 5:15- 6:00PM TTh STAFF WT 6:00- 6:15PM TTh Wells,D WT 6:15- 7:00PM TTh Wells,D WT 7:00- 7:15PM TTh Wells,D WT 7:15- 8:00PM TTh Wells,D WT 12:00-12:15PM MW Artiaga,B WT 12:15- 1:00PM MW Artiaga,B WT 2:00- 2:15PM TTh STAFF WT 2:15- 3:00PM TTh STAFF WT 6:00- 6:15PM MW Wells,D WT 6:15- 7:00PM MW Wells,D WT 9:00- 9:36AM Sat STAFF WT 9:36-11:30AM Sat STAFF WT Class#24297 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 PE 135B - 2.0 UNITS CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Transferable to UC, CSU 6:40- 7:00AM MWF Abing,J 7:00- 8:00AM MWF Abing,J Teplitzky,J 11:00-12:00PM MW Teplitzky,J 10:00-12:00PM F Prindle,J 12:00- 1:00PM MW Prindle,J 12:00- 2:00PM F STAFF 2:00- 2:15PM MTWTh STAFF 2:15- 3:00PM MTWTh Welliver,K 3:00- 3:15PM MTWTh Welliver,K 3:15- 4:00PM MTWTh Jensen,D 4:00- 4:30PM MW Jensen,D 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Jensen,D 4:30- 5:00PM MW Macias,S 7:00- 7:30AM TTh Macias,S 7:30- 9:00AM TTh Caines,T 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Caines,T 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF 4:00- 4:30PM TTh STAFF 4:30- 6:00PM TTh Wells,D 6:00- 6:30PM MW Wells,D 6:30- 8:00PM MW Wells,D 6:00- 6:30PM TTh Wells,D 6:30- 8:00PM TTh STAFF 8:00- 9:00AM Sat STAFF 9:00- 1:00PM Sat Class#24385 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Room

WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT WT

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

PE 137 - 2.0 UNITS SONG UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20523 6.0 HRS ARR Austin Jr.,J First class meets on Monday, August 17 at 7:00 pm in the Stadium.

20524 20525 20526 20527 20528 22462 22464 23226

20529 20530 20531 21963 21965 23220

PE 138 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 7:30- 7:45AM MW 7:45- 8:30AM MW 8:30- 8:45AM TTh 8:45- 9:30AM TTh 2:00- 2:30PM T 2:30- 4:00PM T 7:30- 8:00PM T 8:00- 9:30PM T 12:00-12:30PM F 12:30- 2:00PM F 12:30- 1:00PM M 1:00- 2:30PM M 12:30- 1:00PM W 1:00- 2:30PM W 8:00- 8:30PM M 8:30-10:00PM M

YOGA

PE 139 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 4:00- 4:30PM T 4:30- 6:00PM T 2:00- 2:30PM F 2:30- 4:00PM F 10:00-10:30AM F 10:30-12:00PM F 7:30- 7:45AM TTh 7:45- 8:30AM TTh 8:30- 8:45AM MW 8:45- 9:30AM MW 2:30- 2:45PM MW 2:45- 3:30PM MW

PILATES CONDITIONING

Chan,J Chan,J Chan,J Chan,J Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Hammond,J Hammond,J Hammond,J Hammond,J Christou,D Christou,D

Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Christou,D Chan,J Chan,J Chan,J Chan,J STAFF STAFF Hammond,J Hammond,J

Room

22396 PE 22476

FA 55 FA 55 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 GYM GYM

CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 CE 4 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 FA 55 CE 4 CE 4

PE 141 - 3.0 UNITS FITNESS AND WELLNESS Transferable to UC, CSU NOTE: Students must select one (1) lecture and one (1) lab. When registering enter the class # for lecture FIRST. When pop-up box appears asking for the accompanying section, enter the lab class number #. THREE LECTURE OPTIONS APPEAR BELOW 21708 2.0 HRS ARR (OL) Edwards,C ONLINE Orientation: Check instructor’s webpage at http:www.cerritos.edu/cgleckner or email instructor at [email protected] 20532 1:00- 2:00PM MW STAFF FA 53 20533 8:30- 9:30AM TTh Edwards,C FA 53 FIVE LAB OPTIONS APPEAR BELOW. Select one (1) lab section to accompany your lecture selection. Lecture sections and registration instructions appear above. 20534 9:30-11:00AM MW Prindle,J PE 2A 20535 11:30- 1:00PM MW Edwards,C PE 2A 20536 2:00- 3:30PM MW Jensen,D PE 2A 20537 9:30-11:00AM TTh Jensen,D PE 2A 21022 6:30- 8:00PM TTh STAFF PE 2A

21955 20538 20539 20540 20541 20542 20543 21023 21024

PE 143 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 6:30- 6:45PM MW 6:45- 7:30PM MW 9:30- 9:45AM MW 9:45-10:30AM MW 11:30-11:45AM MW 11:45-12:30PM MW 1:00- 1:15PM MW 1:15- 2:00PM MW 2:00- 2:15PM MW 2:15- 3:00PM MW 9:30- 9:45AM TTh 9:45-10:30AM TTh 12:30-12:45PM TTh 12:45- 1:30PM TTh 9:00- 9:45AM F 9:45-11:00AM F 6:30- 6:45PM TTh 6:45- 7:30PM TTh

20544 21772 22466 22398

PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A

Time 9:00- 9:45AM 9:45-11:30AM Class#22396 2:00- 3:00PM + 3.0 HRS ARR Class#22476

Day

Instructor

Sat STAFF Sat STAFF meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 Th Bueno,N Bueno,N meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PE 146 - 1.0 UNIT WEIGHT MANAGEMENT Transferable to UC, CSU 1:00- 1:15PM MW Prindle,J MW Prindle,J 1:15- 2:00PM 12:30-12:45PM TTh STAFF 12:45- 1:30PM TTh STAFF 9:00- 9:45AM F STAFF 9:45-11:00AM F STAFF 9:00- 9:45AM Sat STAFF 9:45-11:30AM Sat STAFF Class#22398 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

PE 148 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 21957 8:00- 8:30AM F 8:30-10:00AM F 22468 8:30- 8:45AM MW 8:45- 9:30AM MW

BODY SCULPTING

PE 149A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20545 8:00- 8:15AM TTh 8:15- 9:00AM TTh

BEGINNING JOGGING FOR FITNESS

PE 149B - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 24162 7:30- 8:00AM TTh 8:00- 9:30AM TTh

INTERMEDIATE JOG FOR FITNESS

Bueno,N Bueno,N Chan,J Chan,J

Jensen,D Jensen,D

Jensen,D Jensen,D

PE 150A - 1.0 UNIT SWIMMING BEGINNING Transferable to UC, CSU 20546 11:00-11:15AM MW Abing,J Abing,J 11:15-12:00PM MW 20547 12:30-12:45PM TTh Abing,J 12:45- 1:30PM TTh Abing,J 20548 10:00-10:15AM TTh Macias,S 10:15-11:00AM TTh Macias,S 21025 6:00- 6:15PM TTh STAFF 6:15- 7:00PM TTh STAFF 21178 9:00-10:00AM MW Macias,S 9:00-11:00AM F Macias,S Class#21178 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21251 9:00-10:00AM MW Macias,S 9:00-11:00AM F Macias,S Class#21251 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

20549 20550 20551

PERSONAL FITNESS PROGRAM STAFF STAFF Prindle,J Prindle,J Edwards,C Edwards,C Prindle,J Prindle,J Jensen,D Jensen,D Jensen,D Jensen,D STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

Class#

21026 21917

PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A

PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A PE 2A

GYM GYM CE 4 CE 4

GYM GYM

GYM GYM

POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL POOL

PE 150B - 2.0 UNITS SWIMMING, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Transferable to UC, CSU 10:00-10:30AM MW Abing,J POOL 10:30-12:00PM MW Abing,J POOL 1.0 HRS ARR Abing,J POOL 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Abing,J POOL 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Macias,S POOL 9:30-11:00AM TTh Macias,S POOL 6:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF POOL 6:30- 8:00PM TTh STAFF POOL 8:00- 8:15AM MWF Abing,J POOL 8:15- 9:00AM MW Abing,J POOL 8:15-10:00AM F Abing,J POOL

PE 154A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 22470 11:00-11:15AM MW 11:15-12:00PM MW

BADMINTON, BEGINNING

PE 155A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20552 10:00-10:30AM F 10:30-12:00PM F

BOWLING BEGINNING

Jensen,D Jensen,D

STAFF STAFF

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Room

GYM GYM

GYM GYM

Class#

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Room

PE 155B - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20553 10:00-10:30AM F 10:30-12:00PM F

BOWLING, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

PE 156A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20554 9:00- 9:30AM F 9:30- 11:00AM F

GOLF BEGINNING

PE 156B - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20555 9:00-10:00AM F + 3.0 HRS ARR

GOLF INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

20557 20558 21027 21028 22378

20560 21029 21030 22380

STAFF STAFF

GYM GYM

Caines, T Caines, T

PE PE

Caines,T Caines,T

PE 159A - 1.0 UNIT TENNIS BEGINNING Transferable to UC, CSU 4:30- 4:45PM TTh STAFF 4:45- 5:30PM TTh STAFF 9:00- 9:30AM F STAFF 9:30-11:00AM F STAFF 6:30- 7:00PM T STAFF 7:00- 8:30PM T STAFF 6:30- 7:00PM W STAFF 7:00- 8:30PM W STAFF 9:00- 9:36AM Sat STAFF 9:36-11:30AM Sat STAFF Class#22378 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 PE 159B - 2.0 UNITS TENNIS INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Transferable to UC, CSU 4:30- 5:00PM TTh STAFF 5:00- 6:30PM TTh STAFF 6:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF 7:00- 8:30PM MW STAFF 6:30- 7:00PM TTh STAFF 7:30- 8:30PM TTh STAFF 8:00- 9:12AM Sat STAFF 9:12- 1:00PM Sat STAFF Class#22380 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

PE 160 - 1.0 UNIT PERSONAL SELF DEFENSE Transferable to UC, CSU 20562 10:00-10:30AM F Prindle,J 10:30-12:00PM F Prindle,J (Women’s Studies) 2:00- 2:30PM TTh Prindle,J 22472 2:30- 4:00PM TTh Prindle,J (Women’s Studies) Class#22472 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PE PE

CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS

CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS CTS

GYM GYM GYM GYM

PE 171A - 1.0 UNIT SOFTBALL Transferable to UC, CSU 2.0 HRS ARR STAFF 20563 First class meets on Tuesday, August 18 at 2:00 pm.

PE

PE 171B - 2.0 UNITS SOFTBALL, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Transferable to UC, CSU 20564 4.0 HRS ARR STAFF First class meets on Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm.

PE

PE 172A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20565 10:00-10:15AM TTh 10:15-11:00AM TTh 21031 6:00- 6:30PM T 6:30- 8:00PM T 21032 6:00- 6:30PM Th 6:30- 8:00PM Th

VOLLEYBALL BEGINNING

PE 172B - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20566 9:00- 9:30AM TTh 9:30-11:00AM TTh 21033 6:00- 6:30PM TTh 6:30- 8:00PM TTh

VOLLEYBALL INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

PE 173 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 21879 11:00-11:15AM MW 11:15-12:00PM MW 21881 9:00- 9:30AM F 9:30-11:00AM F

SOCCER FITNESS AND TECHNIQUE

Welliver,K Welliver,K Velazquez-Ortega,M Velazquez-Ortega,M Velazquez-Ortega,M Velazquez-Ortega,M

Welliver,K Welliver,K Velazquez-Ortega,M Velazquez-Ortega,M

Artiaga,B Artiaga,B Jensen,D Jensen,D

GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM

GYM GYM GYM GYM

PE PE PE PE

Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

PE 175A - 1.0 UNIT BASEBALL BEGINNING Transferable to UC, CSU 20567 2.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K First class meets at 2:00 pm, Monday - August 17 at Baseball Field. 20568 2.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K First class meets at 1:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 at Baseball Field. 20569 2.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K First class meets 2:00 pm, Friday - August 21 at Baseball Field. PE 175B - 2.0 UNITS BASEBALL INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Transferable to UC, CSU 20570 4.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K First class meets at 1:00 pm, Wednesday - August 19 at Baseball Field. 20571 4.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K First class meets at 2:00 pm, Friday - August 21 at Baseball Field. PE 176A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 8:00- 8:15AM MW 8:15- 9:00AM MW 9:00- 9:15AM MW 9:15-10:00AM MW 9:00- 9:30AM F 9:30-11:00AM F 8:00- 8:30PM T 8:30-10:00PM T 8:00- 8:30PM Th 8:30-10:00PM Th

BEGINNING BASKETBALL

PE 176B - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 20575 8:00- 8:30AM MW 8:30-10:00AM MW 21036 8:00- 8:30PM TTh 8:30-10:00PM TTh

BASKETBALL, ADVANCED

PE 179A - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 20576 11:00-11:30AM F 11:30- 1:00PM F

SOCCER BEGINNING

PE 179B - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 23841 9:00- 9:30AM TTh 9:30-11:00AM TTh

SOCCER INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

20572 20573 20574 21034 21035

Teplitzky,J Teplitzky,J Teplitzky,J Teplitzky,J STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

Teplitzky,J Teplitzky,J STAFF STAFF

Artiaga,B Artiaga,B

Artiaga,B Artiaga,B

PE PE PE

PE PE

GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM GYM

GYM GYM GYM GYM

PE PE

PE PE

PE 201 - 2.0 UNITS BASEBALL OFF-SEASON CONDITIONING Transferable to UC, CSU 20577 4.0 HRS ARR Gaylord,K PE First class meeting - Monday, August 17 at 12:30 pm at Baseball Field. PE 202 - 3.0 UNITS BASKETBALL, MEN Transferable to UC, CSU Teplitzky,J 20578 10.0 HRS ARR First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 2:00 pm in GYM. PE 204 - 3.0 UNITS BASKETBALL, WOMEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20579 10.0 HRS ARR Welliver,K First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 12:00 pm in GYM. PE 206 - 3.0 UNITS CROSS COUNTRY, MEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20580 10.0 HRS ARR Wells,D First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 3:00 pm. PE 208 - 3.0 UNITS CROSS COUNTRY, WOMEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20581 10.0 HRS ARR Goldman,J First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 3:00 pm. PE 210 - 3.0 UNITS FOOTBALL, MEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20582 10.0 HRS ARR Mazzotta,F First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 4:00 pm.

GYM

GYM

PE

PE

PE

PE 212 - 2.0 UNITS FOOTBALL TRAINING AND TECHNIQUES Transferable to UC, CSU 20583 4.0 HRS ARR Mazzotta,F PE First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm. 20584 4.0 HRS ARR Grosfeld,S PE First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm.

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 20585

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

4.0 HRS ARR STAFF First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm.

PE 217 - 3.0 UNITS SOCCER - MEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20586 10.0 HRS ARR Artiaga,B First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm. PE 219 - 3.0 UNITS SOCCER, WOMEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20587 10.0 HRS ARR Gonzalez,R First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 3:00 pm.

PE

PE

PE

PE 222 - 1.0 UNIT SOFTBALL PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING Transferable to UC, CSU 20588 2.0 HRS ARR STAFF PE First class meeting Tuesday, August 18 at 1:00 pm. 22892 4.0 HRS ARR STAFF PE First class meeting Monday, October 19 at 1:00 pm.

Class#22892 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PE 228 - 1.0 UNIT Transferable to UC, CSU 21890 4:30- 4:45PM TTh 4:45- 5:30PM TTh

Class# 21252

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

6.0 HRS ARR Edwards,C Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#21252 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PE 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 21903 6.0 HRS ARR Edwards,C Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 21253 7.2 HRS ARR Edwards,C Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#21253 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 21254 12.0 HRS ARR Edwards,C Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. Class#21254 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

TENNIS CONDITIONING STAFF STAFF

PE 234 - 1.0 UNIT TRACK AND FIELD CONDITIONING Transferable to UC, CSU 20590 2.0 HRS ARR Wells,D First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 2:00 pm. 20591 2.0 HRS ARR Wells,D First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 2:00 pm. PE 235 - 3.0 UNITS VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20592 10.0 HRS ARR Velazquez-Ortega,M First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 4:00 pm. PE 239 - 3.0 UNITS WATER POLO- MEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20593 10.0 HRS ARR Abing,J First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 2:00 pm. PE 241 - 3.0 UNITS WATER POLO - WOMEN Transferable to UC, CSU 20594 10.0 HRS ARR Macias,S First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 4:00 pm. PE 243 - 3.0 UNITS WRESTLING Transferable to UC, CSU 20595 10.0 HRS ARR Garriott,D First class meeting Monday, August 17 at 4:30 pm.

CTS CTS

PE PE

GYM

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT POOL

Clearance of a criminal background check and/or drugs of abuse testing may be required prior to clinical field experience.

PE 254 - 3.0 UNITS FITNESS Transferable to CSU 20597 8:45- 9:15AM MW 9:15-11:00AM MW

MEASUREMENT AND INTERPRETATION OF

PE 271A - 1.0 UNIT ATHLETIC Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: None.

22092 7:45- 8:45AM W

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Edwards,C

FA 75

PE PE

PE 2A

PE 271B - 1.0 UNIT OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE IN FITNESS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: None Work Experience/Career Internship provides the opportunity for students to apply skills and knowledge learned in the classroom to related experiences on the job/training site. 22474 7:45- 8:45AM W Edwards,C PE 2A PE 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22475 3.0 HRS ARR Edwards,C Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

Applications for Fall 2010 admission to the PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT PROGRAM are due in the Health Occupations Division Office no later than April 15, 2010. STUDENTS MUST BE ACCEPTED INTO THE PTA PROGRAM PRIOR TO ENROLLING IN ANY CLASS. For more information call (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2550.

GYM

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY

Nguyen,L Nguyen,L

PS 112 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL SCIENCE FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: MATH 105 or MATH 110A or concurrent enrollment or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process. 24266 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Henriques,J PS 1 1:30- 3:00PM TTh Henriques,J PS 1 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

POOL

PE 253 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 20596 10:00- 1:00PM F

Smith,D

PS 100 - 3.0 UNITS PHYSICAL SCIENCE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of Math Placement Process. 22066 4:00- 5:30PM MW STAFF S 104

PTA 110 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL THERAPY Transferable to CSU 20677 4:00- 7:00PM M STAFF HS103 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20677 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED Prerequisite: Admission into the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. 20678 4:00- 7:00PM T STAFF HS302 21079 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF HS302 PTA 120 - 4.0 UNITS KINESIOLOGY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: A&P 150 and A&P 151 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C”

or higher.

20679 4:00- 7:00PM W STAFF HS305 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20679 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 20680 4:00- 7:00PM Th Bathke,J HS302 21080 7:00-10:00PM Th Bathke,J HS302 PTA 230 - 4.0 UNITS THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: PTA 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21081 7:00-10:00PM M Bathke,J HS305 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #21081 WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED. 20681 4:00- 7:00PM W Bathke,J HS302 21082 7:00-10:00PM W Bathke,J HS302

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class#

Time

Day

Instructor

Room

Class#

PTA 233 - 2.0 UNITS PROSTHETICS AND ORTHOTICS FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Transferable to CSU 21083 5:00- 7:00PM M Coursey,N HS305 PTA 236 - 4.0 UNITS CLINICAL PRACTICUM II Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: PTA 125 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20682 12.3 HRS ARR STAFF OJT * PTA 299 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 24094 6.0 HRS ARR

DIRECTED STUDIES

PHYS 50 - 3.0 UNITS PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY Not Transferable Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Math Placement Process or completion of MATH 40 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 21179 8:00-10:00AM MW Real,Y AT 10 10:00-12:00PM MW Real,Y ME 3H Class#21179 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21678 10:00-12:00PM MW Real,Y AT 10 Class#21678 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 21854 8:00-10:00AM MW Real,Y ME 3H Class#21854 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

21051 23993

Instructor

Room

PLASTICS/COMPOSITES MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

PHYS 100 - 4.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY PHYSICS Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students must attend the first day of both the lecture and the lab or they will be

dropped as a “No Show”. If you do not attend the lab class and are dropped,

you will automatically be dropped from the lecture class associated with it as

well.

20623 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF PS 5 1:30- 4:30PM M STAFF PS 5 21048 5:30- 7:00PM MW Henriques,J PS 1 7:00-10:00PM W Henriques,J PS 1

20626 20627 21050

Day

PHYS 203 - 4.0 UNITS ENGINEERING PHYSICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHYS 14)(CAN PHYS SEQ B)

Prerequisite: PHYS 201 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students must attend the first day of both the lecture and the lab or they will be

dropped as a “No Show”. If you do not attend the lab class and are dropped,

you will automatically be dropped from the lecture class associated with it as

well.

23502 11:00-12:30PM MW Buschauer,R PS 8 1:30- 4:30PM M Buschauer,R PS 1

Bathke,J

PHYSICS

20625

Time

PHYS 202 - 4.0 UNITS ENGINEERING PHYSICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHYS 12)(CAN PHYS SEQ B)

Prerequisite: PHYS 201 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students must attend the first day of both the lecture and the lab or they will be

dropped as a “No Show”. If you do not attend the lab class and are dropped,

you will automatically be dropped from the lecture class associated with it as

well.

21054 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Buschauer,R PS 5 7:00-10:00PM T Buschauer,R PS 1

PHYS 101 - 4.0 UNITS GENERAL PHYSICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHYS 2)(CAN PHYS SEQ A)

Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students must attend the first day of both the lecture and the lab or they will be

dropped as a “No Show”. If you do not attend the lab class and are dropped,

you will automatically be dropped from the lecture class associated with it as

well.

12:30- 2:00PM MW Henriques,J S 104 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #20625 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 9:30-12:30PM W Mera,C PS 1 9:30-12:30PM F Mera,C PS 1 4:00- 7:00PM T Henriques,J S 104 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #21050 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 4:00- 7:00PM Th Mera,C PS 1 7:30-10:30PM Th Mera,C PS 1

PHYS 201 - 4.0 UNITS ENGINEERING PHYSICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PHYS 8)(CAN PHYS SEQ B)

Prerequisite: PHYS 100, or PHYS 101, and MATH 170 or equivalent with

grades of Pass or “C” or higher.

Students must attend the first day of both the lecture and the lab or they will be

dropped as a “No Show”. If you do not attend the lab class and are dropped,

you will automatically be dropped from the lecture class associated with it as

well.

21052 5:30- 7:00PM MW Buschauer,R S 104 PLEASE ENROLL IN LAB SECTION OF YOUR CHOICE. THE LECTURE SECTION #21052 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSIGNED. 21053 7:00-10:00PM M Buschauer,R PS 1 22065 1:30- 4:30PM W Buschauer,R PS 1

PMT 51 - 2.5 UNITS COMPOSITES FABRICATION Not Transferable

Recommendation: PMT 70 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

23975 9:00-11:00AM TTh Price,T ME 1 11:00- 1:00PM TTh Price,T ME 1 Class#23975 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 PMT 53 - 3.0 UNITS COMPOSITES REPAIR Not Transferable

Recommendation: PMT 70 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher,

or appropriate work experience.

24202 6:00- 9:00PM W Price,T ME 1 9:00-10:00PM W Price,T ME 1 PMT 58 - 2.5 UNITS Not Transferable 24204 6:00- 8:00PM Th 8:00-10:00PM Th

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN FOR PLASTICS Price,T Price,T

PMT 59 - 2.5 UNITS INJECTION MOLDING I Not Transferable 22818 9:00-11:24AM Sat Mendoza,L 11:24- 1:48PM Sat Mendoza,L Class#22818 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

ME 1 ME 1

FA 61 FA 61

PMT 61 - 2.5 UNITS FIBERGLASS TECHNOLOGY Not Transferable

Recommendation: PMT 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22357 9:00-11:30AM Sat Price,T ME 1 11:30- 2:00PM Sat Price,T ME 1 Class#22357 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 PMT 63L - 0.5 UNIT Not Transferable 21256 9:00-12:51PM Sat Class#21256 meets 22823 9:00-12:52PM Sat Class#22823 meets 22406 9:00-12:22PM Sat Class#22406 meets 22824 9:00-12:23PM Sat Class#22824 meets 21810 6:00- 9:00PM Th Class#21810 meets 21197 6:00- 9:00PM W Class#21197 meets 21198 6:00- 9:00PM T Class#21198 meets 21199 6:00- 9:00PM M Class#21199 meets

SPECIALTY PLASTICS LAB Price,T 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 Mendoza,L 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 Price,T 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 Mendoza,L 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 Price,T 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 Price,T 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 Price,T 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 Price,T 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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ME 1 TE 12 ME 1 TE 12 ME 1 ME 1 ME 1 ME 1

Class# 21281 21282 21283 22695

Time

Day

6:00- 9:00PM Class#21281 6:00- 9:00PM Class#21282 6:00- 9:00PM Class#21283 6:00- 9:00PM Class#22695

W meets T meets Th meets M meets

Instructor Price,T 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 Price,T 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 Price,T 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 Price,T 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

PMT 66 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 22820 6:00- 8:30PM T 8:30-10:00PM T

HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS

PMT 67 - 2.5 UNITS Not Transferable 21056 6:00- 8:00PM T 8:00-10:00PM T

FIBERGLASS PRODUCTION

PMT 71 - 2.5 UNITS Not Transferable 24206 6:00- 8:00PM M 8:00-10:00PM M

PLASTICS MANUFACTURING

Maluso,P Maluso,P

Price,T Price,T

Price,T Price,T

Room

Class#

ME 1 ME 1 ME 1 ME 1

BE 1 BE 1

ME 1 ME 1

20644 21063 21790 21791

Day

POL 230 - 3.0 UNITS MIDDLE EAST Transferable to UC, CSU 24280 7:00-10:00PM T

Instructor

Room

CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ISSUES: Obazuaye,S

SS314

PSYCHOLOGY

ME 1 ME 1

POLITICAL SCIENCE POL 101 - 3.0 UNITS AMERICAN POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN GOVT 2) Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 20 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. STAFF SS214 20628 6:30- 8:00AM MW 20629 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Reece,B SS314 20630 9:30-11:00AM MW Obazuaye,S SS314 20631 11:00-12:30PM MW Obasohan,V SS314 20632 11:00-12:30PM MW Falcon,D SS309 20633 12:30- 2:00PM MW Falcon,D SS309 20634 12:30- 2:00PM MW Obasohan,V SS314 20635 2:00- 3:30PM MW Obasohan,V SS314 20636 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Obazuaye,S SS309 20637 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF SS306 20638 9:30-11:00AM TTh Falcon,D SS309 20639 9:30-11:00AM TTh Obasohan,V SS314 20640 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF CB104 20641 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Falcon,D SS309 20642 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Obasohan,V SS314 21057 5:30- 7:00PM MW Obasohan,V SS314 21058 7:00-10:00PM M Falcon,D SS314 21059 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF CB105 21060 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Obazuaye,S SS314 21062 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Reece,B ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 21257 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Falcon,D ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 21788 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Falcon,D ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 21789 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Obazuaye,S ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 22609 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Obasohan,V SS314 24279 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Obazuaye,S ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. 23944 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) Reece,B ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. Class#23944 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 22009 8:00-11:00AM MW STAFF S 102 Class#22009 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21946 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Obazuaye,S ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. Class#21946 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 22010 8:00-11:00AM MW STAFF HS305 Class#22010 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Time

POL 201 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE AND AMERICAN GOVERNMENT Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 8:00- 9:30AM TTh STAFF SS311 12:30- 2:00PM MW Obazuaye,S TE 12 7:00-10:00PM T STAFF SS307 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Reece,B ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information.

20645 20646 20647 20648 20649 20650 20651 20653 20654 20655 20656 20657 20658 20659 20660 20661 21064 21065 21066 21067 21068 21070 22699 21947 23315

20662 20663 20664 21071 21072 22011

PSYC 101 - 3.0 UNITS GENERAL INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PSY 2) Recommendation: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher. 8:00- 9:30AM MW Dunroe,W SS213 9:30-11:00AM MW Dunroe,W SS213 9:30-11:00AM MW Gaffaney,T SS214 11:00-12:30PM MW Dunroe,W SS213 11:00-12:30PM MW Ferguson,M S 103 12:30- 2:00PM MW Ferguson,M S 101 2:00- 3:30PM MW Walthall,J CB104 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Dunroe,W SS213 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Anderson,E CB104 9:30-11:00AM TTh Dunroe,W SS213 9:30-11:00AM TTh Duff,K SS215 11:00-12:30PM TTh Anderson,E SS306 11:00-12:30PM TTh Steele,D SS316 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Duva,M SS213 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Duva,M SS214 5:30- 7:00PM MW STAFF S 201 7:00-10:00PM M Lopez,A CB104 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Sandoval,C SS316 7:00-10:00PM T Larson,M CB104 7:00-10:00PM W Duva,M SS214 7:00-10:00PM Th Cail,J SS214 8:00-11:00AM F Domingo,A SS314 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Duff,K ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. Class#22699 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Duff,K ONLINE Please see instructor’s web page for orientation information. Class#21947 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 8:00-11:00AM MW Nath,J S 102 Class#23315 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 PSYC 103 - 3.0 UNITS CRITICAL THINKING IN PSYCHOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

12:30- 2:00PM MW Duva,M SS214 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Nath,J SS307 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Lewellen,R SS211 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Larson,M SS211 7:00-10:00PM M Duva,M SS214 11:00-12:30PM MW Walthall,J BE 15

PSYC 150 - 3.0 UNITS PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: PSYC 101 and ENGL 52 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. TTh Gaffaney,T SS214 20665 12:30- 2:00PM 7:00-10:00PM T Pesanti,K SS309 21073

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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PSYC 210 - 4.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY STATISTICS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PSY 6)

Prerequisite: MATH 80 or MATH 80B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

20666 8:00- 9:30AM MW Beale,D SS215 9:30-11:00AM MW Beale,D SS215 20667 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Beale,D SS215 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Beale,D SS215 21074 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Beale,D SS215 7:00- 8:30PM TTh Beale,D SS215 PSYC 220 - 4.0 UNITS RESEARCH METHODS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN PSY 8)

Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: Satisfactory score on English Placement Process or ENGL

52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20670 11:00-12:30PM MW Duff,K SS215 12:30- 2:00PM MW Duff,K SS215 22684 5:30- 7:00PM MW Beck,K SS215 7:00- 8:30PM MW Beck,K SS215

20672 20673 20674 21076 21077

20675 21794

21795 22012 23846

PSYC 241 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOBIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: PSYC 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-11:00AM TTh Steele,D S 103 12:30- 2:00PM MW Lewellen,R SS213 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Lewellen,R FA 65 7:00-10:00PM T Duva,M SS214 5:30- 7:00PM MW Duva,M SS214 PSYC 251 - 3.0 UNITS DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Steele,D SS309 11:00-12:30PM MW Gaffaney,T SS214 This PSYC 251class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House I Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 100 and LIBR 100. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 7:00-10:00PM Th Larson,M SS309 2:00- 3:30PM MW Gaffaney,T SS214 5:30- 7:00PM MW Chomiak,R SS212

PSYC 265 - 3.0 UNITS PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER Transferable to UC, CSU 22688 11:00-12:30PM MW Lewellen,R (Women’s Studies) PSYC 271 - 3.0 UNITS ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU 20676 9:30-11:00AM TTh Gaffaney,T 21078 5:30-10:30PM T Lewellen,R

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RTV 152 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 21925 12:30- 2:00PM TTh

INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING

RTV 155 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 21923 9:30-10:30AM TTh 10:30-11:00AM TTh

RADIO PRODUCTION

Breit,C

Breit,C Breit,C

BC 47

BC 47 BC 47

RTV 170 - 1.0 UNIT BROADCAST NEWS/WEBCASTING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment or completion JOUR 101 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: Concurrent enrollment or completion of JOUR 103 or RTV 152 with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher. 23365 9:30-11:00AM M STAFF FA 42 9:30-11:00AM W STAFF FA 42 Class#23365 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 RTV 175 - 1.0 UNIT SPORTSCASTING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: RTV 155 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher Recommendation: ENGL 52, JOUR 101, or JOUR 106 24329 9:30-11:00AM M STAFF FA 42 9:30-11:00AM W STAFF FA 42 Class#24329 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 RTV 176 - 1.0 UNIT TALK RADIO BROADCASTING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: RTV 155 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher Recommendation: ENGL 52, JOUR 101, or JOUR 106 24331 9:30-11:00AM M STAFF FA 42 9:30-11:00AM W STAFF FA 42 Class#24331 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 RTV 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 23935 3.0 HRS ARR Breit,C Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. RTV 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22024 6.0 HRS ARR Breit,C Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

S 201

READING SS214 SS213

PSYC 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 22326 3.6 HRS ARR Duff,K Class#22326 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 22692 3.6 HRS ARR Lewellen,R Class#22692 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

READ 41 - 0.5 UNIT Not Transferable 22790 2.0 HRS ARR Class#22790 meets 22791 2.0 HRS ARR Class#22791 meets 22792 2.0 HRS ARR Class#22792 meets

PSYC 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 23955 6.0 HRS ARR Lewellen,R

RADIO - TELEVISION RTV 151 - 3.0 UNITS MOTION PICTURES, RADIO, AND TELEVISION Transferable to CSU 22022 9:30-11:00AM MW Breit,C BC 47 22035 8:00- 9:30AM MW Breit,C BC 47 This RTV 151 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House II Learning Community. You must enroll in ENGL 100 and COUN 200. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 22619 2:00- 5:45PM W Campolo,R BC 47 Class#22619 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

INDIVIDUALIZED READING Helberg,B 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Renteria,R 08/17/2009-12/18/2009 Miller,A 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

LC209 LC209 LC209

READ 42 Requires 1.0 hr. per week lab participation.

20683 20684 20685 20687 20688 20689 21084 21085 21086 21798 22429 20686

READ 42 - 3.0 UNITS READ ACCESS COLLEGE SUCCESS Not Transferable

Recommendation: Completion of the Reading Placement Process.

12:30- 3:30PM M STAFF 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Paige,M 9:30-11:00AM TTh Paige,M 12:30- 3:30PM Th Miller,A 12:30- 3:30PM W Paige,M 12:30- 3:30PM T Miller,A 3:30- 6:30PM W Codd,G 9:00-12:00PM F STAFF 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Paige,M 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF (HYBRID) 9:00-12:00PM MW STAFF Class#20686 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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LC218 CE 6 CE 6 LC217 LC218 LC217 FA 62 LA 21 LC217 LC218 LA 2 CE 7

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READ 43 Requires 1.0 hr. per week lab participation.

20690 20691 20693 20694 20695 20696 20697 21087 21088 21089 21090 21181 20692 22394

21180

READ 43 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 42 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 6:30- 8:00AM TTh Renteria,R LC218 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Renteria,R LC218 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Paige,M LC218 7:00-10:00PM W Codd,G LC218 9:00-12:00PM W Paige,M CE 6 9:30-11:00AM MW STAFF LC218 9:00-12:00PM F Paige,M LC218 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF LC218 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF LC218 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Codd,G LC217 7:00-10:00PM Th STAFF LA 31 3:30- 6:30PM M Belroy,B (HYBRID) LC217 7.71 HRS ARR (OL) Bettino,M ONLINE Class#20692 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 9:00-12:00PM MW Helberg,B LC217 This READ 43 class is part of the –Introduction to College Reading and Writing Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 20 #22187. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#22394 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 9:00-12:00PM MW STAFF CE 7 Class#21180 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

READ 44 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20698 12:30- 3:30PM M

20699 20700 20701 20702 20703 20704 20706 21799 21091 21092 21093 21094 21943 22525 22526 21258 22524 21182 21183 21259 20705

EFFECTIVE STUDY METHODS FOR COLLEGE Miller,A

LC217

READ 54 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED COLLEGE READING Not Transferable Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 43 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 6:30- 8:00AM MW Renteria,R (HYBRID) LC218 8:00- 9:30AM MW Renteria,R (HYBRID) LC218 9:00-12:00PM W Miller,A FA 53 12:30- 3:30PM W Miller,A LC217 4:00- 7:00PM M Renteria,R (HYBRID) LC218 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Belroy,B ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LC209. 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Helberg,B LC217 8:30-11:30AM F STAFF LC217 3:30- 6:30PM W STAFF LC218 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF LC217 9:30-11:00AM TTh STAFF FA 53 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF LC217 11:00-12:30PM MW STAFF BE 13 7:00-10:00PM T Belroy,B (HYBRID) FA 62 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF LC218 12:30- 4:15PM T Codd,G (HYBRID) CE 7 Class#21258 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 7.71 HRS ARR (OL) Bettino,M ONLINE Class#22524 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 9:00-12:00PM MW Codd,G (HYBRID) HS103 Class#21182 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 12:30- 3:30PM MW Codd,G (HYBRID) LC213 Class#21183 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 12:30- 3:30PM MW Codd,G (HYBRID) LC213 Class#21259 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 9:00-12:00PM MW Helberg,B LC217 This READ 54 class is part of the –College Reading and Writing Learning Community. You must also register for ENGL 52 #22290. For additional enrollment information, see the learning community pages in the schedule. Class#20705 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

READ 100 - 3.0 UNITS SPEED READING METHODS AND APPLICATIONS Transferable to CSU 24376 9:30-11:00AM TTh Helberg,B

LC217

READ 200 - 3.0 UNITS ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL READING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 22527 7:00-10:00PM M Belroy,B (HYBRID) FA 62 24375 11:00-12:30PM MW Renteria,R LC218

REAL ESTATE RE 50 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE SOFTWARE Not Transferable Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 23616 7:00-10:00PM T Alenikov,M BE 17 RE 52 - 3.0 UNITS MORTGAGE LOAN BROKERNG AND LENDNG Not Transferable Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 23637 6:00- 9:36PM M Hupp,S LA 20 Class#23637 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

23618 23620 23640 24101

RE 101 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES Transferable to CSU 9:30-11:00AM MW Brady,M BE 1 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Brady,M ONLINE Orientation: E-mail instructor at [email protected] for class information. 3.6 HRS ARR (OL) STAFF ONLINE Orientation: E-mail instructor at [email protected] for class information. Class#23640 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 6:00- 9:36PM Th Gordon,G BE 6 Class#24101 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

RE 120 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE FINANCE Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23621 12:30- 2:00PM MW Brady,M BE 1 23622 7:00-10:00PM M Carranza,J CE 1 RE 125 - 3.0 UNITS LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE Transferable to CSU Recommendation: RE 101 or LAW 111 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 23624 7:00-10:00PM W Merrill,K FA 65 RE 130 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE PRACTICE Transferable to CSU 23625 11:00-12:30PM MW Brady,M 23642 7:00-10:00PM MW Bird,W Class#23642 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

BE 1 CE 7

RE 131 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Transferable to CSU Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher 23626 7:00-10:00PM W Gordon,G FA 62 RE 140 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 23627 7:00-10:00PM T

REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Cicino,M

BE 6

RE 151 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ESCROW Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23628 7:00-10:00PM F Carranza,J FA 62 RE 157 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS Transferable to CSU 23641 6:00- 9:36PM Th Hill,C Class#23641 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

FA 62

RE 160 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23629 7:00-10:00PM Th Cicino,M FA 65 RE 172 - 2.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER INTERNSHIP Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: None.

23630 5:00- 6:00PM M Brady,M BE 1

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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RE 173 - 3.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER INTERNSHIP Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23631 5:00- 6:00PM M Brady,M BE 1 RE 174 - 4.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER INTERNSHIP Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: RE 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23632 5:00- 6:00PM M Brady,M BE 1 RE 174A - 4.0 UNITS REAL ESTATE OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER INTERNSHIP Transferable to CSU 23633 5:00- 6:00PM M Brady,M BE 1

SIGN LANGUAGE 20707 20708 20709 21095 22361

SL 101 - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Transferable to UC, CSU 9:00-11:00AM MW Bergan,R SL108 + 1.0 HRS ARR Bergan,R MW Yingst,S SS313 3:00- 5:00PM + 1.0 HRS ARR Yingst,S 4:00- 6:00PM TTh Michelotti,A SS313 + 1.0 HRS ARR Michelotti,A 7:00- 9:00PM TTh Dobrian,F LA 29 + 1.0 HRS ARR Dobrian,F 8:30- 1:30PM Sat Harper,P SS137 + 1.2 HRS ARR Harper,P Class#22361 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

SL 102 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: SL 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21096 9:00-11:00AM MW Dobrian,F LC213 + 1.0 HRS ARR Dobrian,F TTh Michelotti,A LA 28 21097 7:00- 9:00PM + 1.0 HRS ARR Michelotti,A SL 201 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: SL 102 or equivalent with grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22528 7:00- 9:00PM MW Sutton,R SS313 + 1.0 HRS ARR Sutton,R

Class#

20720 20721 20722 20723 20724 21107 21265

20710 20711 20712 20713 20714 20715 20716 20717 20718 21103 21104 21915 22864 24283 22328

Instructor

Room

SOC 120 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 8:00- 9:30AM MW 9:30-11:00AM MW 9:30-11:00AM TTh 12:30- 2:00PM MW 8:00- 9:30AM TTh 7:00-10:00PM T 9:00-12:00PM F

SS314 SS214

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SEXUALITY Pirtle,D Pirtle,D Pirtle,D Pirtle,D Pirtle,D Ysais,M Ysais,M

SS316 SS316 SS316 SS316 SS316 SS306 SS214

SOC 210 - 3.0 UNITS AMERICAN MINORITY RELATIONS Transferable to UC, CSU

Recommendation: SOC 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22013 7:00-10:00PM W Troup,J SS316 SOC 250 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 22689 7:00-10:00PM M

SOCIOLOGY OF AGING Troup,J

SS316

SPANISH 20725 20726 20727 20729 20730 20731

21110 21111

SOC 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY PRINCIPLES Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SOC 2) 4:00- 5:30PM MW Troup,J SS214 11:00-12:30PM MW Phillips,K SS306 12:30- 2:00PM MW Holzgang,A CB104 2:00- 3:30PM MW Holzgang,A SS306 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Barman,K SS214 11:00-12:30PM TTh Miele,R SS214 9:30-11:00AM TTh Miele,R S 102 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Holzgang,A SS316 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Troup,J SS316 5:30- 7:00PM MW Troup,J CB104 7:00-10:00PM M STAFF SS306 7:00-10:00PM W STAFF SS314 9:30-11:00AM MW Phillips,K SS306 8:00- 9:30AM MW Phillips,K SS214 7:00-10:00PM TTh Der Mesropian,E SS316 Class#22328 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Day

SOC 201 - 3.0 UNITS SOCIAL PROBLEMS Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SOC 4)

Recommendation: SOC 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21108 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Troup,J CB104 22317 5:30- 7:00PM MW Holzgang,A SS316

21109

SOCIOLOGY

Time

SOC 110 - 3.0 UNITS MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY Transferable to UC, CSU 20719 8:00- 9:30AM MW Suh,D (Women’s Studies) 21106 5:30- 7:00PM TTh Barman,K (Women’s Studies)

SPAN 101 - 5.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 12:30- 3:00PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 12:30- 3:00PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 4:00- 6:30PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 12:30- 3:00PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 8:30-11:00AM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 1:00- 3:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 7:00- 9:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 3:00- 5:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 7:00- 9:30PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR

ELEMENTARY SPANISH (CAN SPAN 2) Cabuto,F Jaime,J STAFF Medina-Valin,N Arce,C STAFF STAFF Cabuto,F STAFF

LA 31 LC205 LA 33 LC205 LA 28 LC205 LA 35 LC205 LA 31 LC205 SS141 LC205 S 102 LC205 LA 31 LC205 LA 35 LC205

SPAN 102 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY SPANISH Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPAN 4)

Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or SPAN 103B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or

“C” or higher.

20733 4:00- 6:30PM TTh Medina-Valin,N LA 35 + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

20734 20735 20736 20737 21800 21802

SPAN 111 - 5.0 UNITS SPEAKERS Transferable to UC, CSU 12:30- 3:00PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 12:30- 3:00PM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR 8:30-11:00AM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 4:00- 6:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 7:00- 9:30PM MW + 1.0 HRS ARR 8:00-10:30AM TTh + 1.0 HRS ARR

ELEMENTARY SPANISH FOR SPANISH Medina-Valin,N Arce,C Arce,C Medina-Valin,N Jaime,J Cabuto,F

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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LA 35 LC205 LA 31 LC205 LA 31 LC205 LA 35 LC205 LA 33 LC205 LA 33 LC205

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SPAN 112 - 5.0 UNITS ELEMENTARY SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or SPAN 111 or SPAN 103B or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20738 4:00- 6:30PM MW Jaime,J LA 33 + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

22531

SPAN 201 - 5.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (CAN SPAN 8)(CAN SPAN SEQ B) Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or SPAN 112 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. LA 33 21113 4:30- 7:00PM TTh Jaime,J + 1.0 HRS ARR LC205

24378

SPAN 245 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO/MEXICAN AMERICAN CULTURE Transferable to UC, CSU 20740 11:00-12:30PM MW Arce,C LA 31 21114 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Arce,C ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Friday - August 21 in LA 31. SPAN 281 - 3.0 UNITS BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24372 1:00- 4:00PM TTh Cabuto,F FA 52 SPAN 282 - 3.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: SPAN 281 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24373 1:00- 4:00PM TTh Cabuto,F FA 52 SPAN 283 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: SPAN 282 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 1:00- 4:00PM TTh Cabuto,F FA 52 24374

SPEECH SPCH 60 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 20741 11:00-12:30PM TTh 21953 7:00-10:00PM Th

20742 20743 20744 20745 20746 20747 20748 22087 20749 20750 20751 20752 22862 21797 21263 22089 22530 24380 22395 21184 21185 21954

INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Ersig-Marcus,C Parks,D

SS211 SS211

SPCH 100 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ORAL COMMUNICATION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPCH 2) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent or SPCH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Sparks Jr.,W SS211 9:30-11:00AM MW Lavariere,C SS207 11:00-12:30PM MW Sparks Jr.,W SS224 2:00- 3:30PM MW Crachiolo,S SS224 3:30- 5:00PM TTh Havice,S LA 20 9:30-11:00AM TTh Lavariere,C BE 3 11:00-12:30PM TTh STAFF SS224 7:00-10:00PM Th Cantrell,D SS224 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Havice,S LA 20 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Miller,D SS207 4:00- 7:00PM W Miller,D SS207 4:00- 7:00PM Th Miller,D SS207 5:00- 6:30PM MW Sparks Jr.,W SS211 7:00-10:00PM M Crachiolo,S SS207 1:00- 4:00PM F Miller,D SS207 7:00-10:00PM T Hanniff,B SS211 12:30- 2:00PM MW STAFF SS207 8:00- 9:30AM MW Ersig-Marcus,C SS211 9:00-12:45PM Sat Hanniff,B SS224 Class#22395 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 6:30- 9:30AM MW Hanks,W SS207 Class#21184 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 6:30- 9:30AM TTh Hanks,W SS207 Class#21185 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 7:00-10:00PM Th Lavariere,C (HYBRID) SS207 +3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C Class#21954 meets 8/17/2009-10/16/ 2009

21262 24377

Time 9:30-12:30PM +3.0 HRS ARR Class#22531 6:30- 9:30AM Class#21262 12:30- 3:30PM + 3.0 HRS ARR Class#24377 6:30- 9:30AM Class#24378

Day F meets MW meets T meets TTh meets

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Rosenfeld,K (HYBRID) Rosenfeld,K 8/17/2009-10/16/2009 Hanks,W 10/19/2009-12/18/2009 Rosenfeld,K (HYBRID) Rosenfeld,K 10/18/2009-12/18/2009 Hanks,W 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

SS224 SS207 SL108 SS207

SPCH 110 - 3.0 UNITS INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20754 9:30-11:00AM TTh Hoppe-Nagao,A SS211 24379 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hoppe-Nagao,A (Honors Section) ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - August 22 in LA 28. Class#24379 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 21796 6.0 HRS ARR (OL) Hoppe-Nagao,A (Honors Section) ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Saturday - October 17 in LA 28. Class#21796 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

20755 23387 20756 23388 21115

23389 20757 20758 20759 22088 22311

SPCH 120 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPCH 8) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-11:00AM MW Ersig-Marcus,C BE 13 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Hoppe-Nagao,A SS211 11:00-12:30PM MW Hoppe-Nagao,A SS211 11:00-12:30PM TTh Wagner,H SS207 7:00-10:00PM W Wagner,H SS211 SPCH 130 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEAKING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPCH 4) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent or SPCH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 9:30-12:30PM F Miller,D SS207 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Miller,D SS207 2:00- 3:30PM MW Sparks Jr.,W SS211 9:30-11:00AM TTh Sparks Jr.,W SS224 7:00-10:00PM W Miller,D SS207 9:30-11:00AM MW Rosenfeld,K SS224 Targeted for FUTURE TEACHERS but open to all students.

SPCH 132 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPCH 10) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20760 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Havice,S 22533 8:00- 9:30AM MW Manross,D 23851 7:00-10:00PM Th Lavariere,C (HYBRID) +3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C Class#23851 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

or LA 20 SS224 SS207

SPCH 140 - 3.0 UNITS ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent or SPCH 60 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23390 11:00-12:30PM MW Hanks,W SS137 SPCH 150 - 3.0 UNITS ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION Transferable to CSU Recommendation: READ 54 or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process. 20761 9:30-11:00AM TTh Rosenfeld,K SS207 21264 9:30-12:30PM F Rosenfeld,K (HYBRID) SS224 +3.0 HRS ARR Rosenfeld,K Class#21264 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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SPCH 229 - 3.0 UNITS SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN Transfer CSU, UC determined after admission 22536 4:00- 7:00PM T Tan,K SS207

20762 20763 24398 21116 22534

SPCH 235 - 3.0 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ARGUMENTATION AND PERSUASION Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN SPCH 6)

Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

9:30-11:00AM MW Hoppe-Nagao,A SS211 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Sparks Jr.,W SS224 7:00-10:00PM T Levenshus,J SS224 3:30- 5:00PM MW Sparks Jr.,W SS211 11:00-12:30PM MW Rosenfeld,K SS207

Instructor

Room

Enrollment in SLP 240 and SLP 245 is contingent upon department approval. Individuals holding a BA in Communications Disorders should make an appointment with the Department Chairperson at (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2350.

SPCH 237 - 1.0 UNIT FORENSICS FOR TWO TOURNAMENTS Transferable to CSU

Corequisite: SPCH 236.

20766 3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C Class#20766 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

SLP 240 - 2.0 UNITS CHILDHOOD FIELD EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: SLP 120, SLP 125, and SPCH 229 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 21260 4:00- 5:00PM M STAFF SL106 OJT * + 9.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#21260 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

SPCH 238 - 1.0 UNIT FORENSICS FOR THREE TOURNAMENTS Transferable to CSU

Corequisite: SPCH 236 and SPCH 237.

20767 3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C Class#20767 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

SLP 245 - 2.0 UNITS ADULT FIELD EXPERIENCE Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: SLP 235 or equivalent with grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21261 4:00- 5:00PM M STAFF SL106 + 9.0 HRS ARR STAFF OJT * Class#21261 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

SS224

SLPA students are required to take SLP 120 – Phonetics Lab with SPCH 271. All

SPCH 271 students are encouraged to enroll in SLP 120 for practice in International

Phonetic Alphabet transcription, which is learned in SPCH 271.

SPCH 271 - 3.0 UNITS VOICE AND ARTICULATION Transferable to CSU 21117 7:00-10:00PM Th Jarrett,V

Day

SLP 230 - 1.5 UNITS ADAPTIVE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: Completion of SLP 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

21101 7:00- 8:48PM T STAFF SL106 8:48- 9:24PM T STAFF SL106 Class#21101 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

SPCH 236 - 1.0 UNIT FORENSICS FOR ONE TOURNAMENT Transferable to CSU 20765 3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C Class#20765 meets 08/17/2009-12/18/2009

SPCH 239 - 2.0 UNITS FORENSIC WORKSHOP Transferable to CSU 20768 2:00- 6:00PM Th Lavariere,C + 3.0 HRS ARR Lavariere,C

Time

SLP 125 - 5.0 UNITS CHILDHOOD DISORDERS AND TREATMENT Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: SLP 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: A & P 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or

higher.

21100 5:00- 7:00PM MW Allan,R SL106 7:00- 8:30PM MW Allan,R SL106

THEATRE ARTS FIELD TRIPS TO LOCAL PRODUCTIONS MAY BE REQUIRED

If so, students will provide their own theatre tickets. Check with your individual

instructor for particulars.

SS140

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY The Speech-Language Pathology Assistant curriculum prepares graduates to work under the supervision of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, who evaluates, diagnoses, and treats individuals with various communication disorders. Clearance of a criminal background check and/or drugs of abuse testing may be required prior to clinical field experience. SLP 100 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21098 4:00- 7:00PM W STAFF SL107 SLP 110 - 4.0 UNITS NORMAL COMMUNICATION, DISORDERS, AND DIFFERENCES Transferable to CSU

Recommendation: A&P 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

21099 5:00- 9:00PM Th Tillman,D SL106 SLP 120 - 0.5 UNIT PHONETICS LAB Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: SLP 100 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Corequisite: SPCH 271.

24291 5:00- 6:00PM Th Jarrett,V HS103 6:00- 7:00PM Th Jarrett,V HS103 Class#24291 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

TH 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN DRAM 18) 20769 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Huber,R ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 - 11:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in FA 43 www.cerritos.edu/rhuber for information Not a self-paced class, assignments due twice a week. Class meets only once on campus for orientation. 21806 3.0 HRS ARR (OL) Huber,R ONLINE Mandatory Orientation: 10:00 - 11:00 am, Saturday - August 22 in FA 43 www.cerritos.edu/rhuber for information Not a self-paced class, assignments due twice a week. Class meets only once on campus for orientation. 20770 9:30-11:00AM MW Miller,J SS141 21118 12:30- 2:00PM TTh Huber,R LC134 This TH 101 class is part of the – FYE House A2: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10 and COUN 50. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782 21120 8:00- 9:30AM TTh Piotrowski,C BC 47 This TH 101 class is part of the – FYE House A1: Developmental Skills Learning Community. You must enroll in the assigned FYE ENGL 20, MATH 20, MATH 5, COUN 10 and COUN 50. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782 21805 6:00- 9:45PM Th Walton,E BC 47 Class#21805 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 21119 11:00-12:50PM MW STAFF CE 1 Class#21119 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 22610 9:00-12:45PM Sat Velazquez,S BC 47 Class#22610 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 TH 104 - 3.0 UNITS HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF MUSICAL THEATRE Transferable to UC, CSU 22881 11:00-12:45PM MW Walton,E BC 47 Class#22881 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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TH 107 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 24341 1:00- 2:00PM MW 2:00- 4:00PM MW Plus 2.0 hrs. arr. per wk.

Instructor

Room

ACTORS STUDIO Hoggard,K Hoggard,K

TH 110 - 3.5 UNITS FUNDAMENTALS OF ACTING Transferable to UC, CSU (CAN DRAM 8) 22133 10:00-11:30AM MW Hoggard,K 11:30-12:00PM MW Hoggard,K Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week. 24255 12:00- 3:30PM Sat Zamora,J 3:30- 4:30PM Sat Zamora,J Plus 1.25 hrs. arr. per wk.

Class#24255 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

22364 BC 31 BC 31

BC 31 BC 31 BC 31 BC 31

TH 111 - 3.5 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ACTING TO

CHARACTERIZATION

(CAN DRAM 22) Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 110 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24334 6:00- 9:45PM M Hoggard,K BC 31 9:45-10:00PM M Hoggard,K BC 31 Plus 2.15 hrs. arr. per wk.

Class#24334 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

TH 115 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 24257 12:30- 2:00PM TTh 2:00- 2:30PM TTh

STAGE MOVEMENT AND COMBAT

TH 117 - 3.0 UNITS Not Transferable 22128 6:00- 9:00PM M 9:00-10:00PM M Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week.

STAND-UP COMEDY

TH 120 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 24259 3:00- 4:00PM MW 4:00- 5:30PM MW

THEATRE STAGECRAFT (CAN DRAM 12) Ward,D Ward,D

BC 20 BC 20

TH 123 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 22130 10:00-11:00AM MW 11:00-12:00PM MW Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week.

STAGE MAKE-UP (CAN DRAM 14) Watanabe-Lonsbury,S Watanabe-Lonsbury,S

BC 20 BC 20

Well,G Well,G

Grollman,J Grollman,J

BC 31 BC 31

WIGS AND HAIR FOR THEATRE STAFF STAFF

BC 20 BC 20

AUDITIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES: TH 130, 131, and 132. Please phone Theatre Production Office to receive an audition flier and complete information (562) 467-5058. TH 130 - 1.0 UNIT REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE MINOR ROLE Transferable to UC, CSU 21284 7:00- 7:40PM FSat STAFF BC 31 BC 31 + 6.42 HRS ARR STAFF Class#21284 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 22343 7:00- 7:35PM FSat STAFF BC 31 + 5.6 HRS ARR STAFF BC 31 Class#22343 meets 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 TH 131 - 2.0 UNITS REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE SUPPORTING ROLE Transferable to UC, CSU 21285 7:00- 8:20PM FSat STAFF BC 31 + 10.28 HRS ARR STAFF BC 31 Class#21285 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009

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Instructor

7:00- 8:10PM FSat STAFF + 9.0 HRS ARR STAFF Class#22364 meets 08/21/2009-10/18/2009

Room BC 31 BC 31

TH 132 - 3.0 UNITS REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE LEADING ROLES (CAN DRAM 16) Transferable to UC, CSU 21286 7:00- 8:20PM FSat STAFF BC 31 + 18.0 HRS ARR STAFF BC 31 Class#21286 meets 10/23/2009-12/13/2009 22344 7:00- 8:10PM FSat STAFF BC 31 +15.8 HRS ARR STAFF BC 31 Class#22344 meets 08/21/2009-10/18/2009 TH 133 - 1.0 UNIT STAGE CREW ACTIVITY Transferable to UC, CSU 22118 10:00-10:45AM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S 10:45- 1:45PM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S Plus .75 hrs. arr. per week.

Class#22118 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009

22611 10:00-11:30AM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S 11:30- 2:00PM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S Plus 5.0 hrs. arr. per week.

Class#22611 meets 11/09/2009-12/18/2009

TH 134 - 2.0 UNITS TECHNICAL PRODUCTION Transferable to UC, CSU 22120 10:00-11:30AM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S 11:30- 1:45PM F Watanabe-Lonsbury,S Plus 5.25 hrs. arr. per week.

Class#22120 meets 08/17/2009-11/06/2009

BC 47 BC 47

TH 123A - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED STAGE MAKEUP Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 123 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: ART 110 and ART 112 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher 23331 10:00-11:00AM MW Watanabe-Lonsbury,S BC 20 11:00-12:00PM MW Watanabe-Lonsbury,S BC 20 Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week. TH 126 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 24263 11:00- 1:00PM T 1:00- 3:00PM Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week.

Class#

BC 20 BC 20 BC 20 BC 20

BC 20 BC 20

AUDITIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES: TH 136 and 137. Please phone Theatre Production Office to receive an audition flier and complete information (562) 467-5058. TH 136 - 2.0 UNITS TOURING THEATRE PRODUCTION FOR SUPPORTING ROLES Transferable to CSU 21918 8:00-11:00AM F Velazquez,S BC 31 11:00- 1:00PM F Velazquez,S BC 31 Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week.

Class#21918 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

TH 137 - 2.0 UNITS TOURING THEATRE PRODUCTION FOR LEADING ROLES Transferable to CSU 22122 8:00-11:00AM F Velazquez,S BC 31 11:00- 1:00PM F Velazquez,S BC 31 Plus 3.0 hrs. arr. per week.

Class#22122 meets 10/19/2009-12/18/2009

TH 140 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 23321 12:00-12:30PM MW 12:30- 2:00PM MW

BEGINNING JAZZ DANCE Well,G Well,G

FA 55 FA 55

TH 141 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 140 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23323 12:00-12:30PM MW Well,G FA 55 12:30- 2:00PM MW Well,G FA 55 TH 142 - 2.0 UNITS Transferable to UC, CSU 23325 9:00- 9:30AM TTh 9:30-11:00AM TTh

BEGINNING TAP DANCE Well,G Well,G

BC 17 BC 17

TH 143 - 2.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE TAP DANCE Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: TH 142 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23327 9:00- 9:30AM TTh Well,G BC 17 9:30-11:00AM TTh Well,G BC 17 TH 150 - 3.0 UNITS APPRECIATION AND HISTORY OF THE MOTION PICTURE Transferable to UC, CSU 20771 2:00- 5:00PM Th Breit,C BC 47 21287 6:00- 9:45PM T Campolo,R LC155 Class#21287 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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21807

2:00- 5:36PM T Campolo,R (HYBRID) BC 47 Mandatory Orientation: 2:00 - 3:00 pm, Tuesday. September 8 in BC 47. Will meet Sept 8 and Sept 15 on campus 2:00-5:45pm in BC 47. Class#21807 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 22028 9:00-12:55PM Sat Fertik,D FA 43 6:00- 9:55PM F Fertik,D FA 43 24336 8:00-11:00AM MW Piotrowski,C TE 12 Class#24336 meets 08/17/2009-10/16/2009 TH 151 - 3.0 UNITS MOTION PICTURES, RADIO AND TELEVISION Transferable to CSU 20772 9:30-11:00AM MW Breit,C BC 47 22036 8:00- 9:30AM MW Breit,C BC 47 This TH 151 class is part of the – FYE University Transfer House II Learning Community. You must enroll in ENGL 100 and COUN 200. For additional enrollment information call (562)860-2451 x2782. 22621 2:00- 5:45PM W Campolo,R BC 47 Class#22621 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009 TH 153 - 3.0 UNITS MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION Transferable to CSU NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for TH 153 23316 5:00- 6:00PM TTh Hirohama,S 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Hirohama,S 22371 10:00-12:30PM Sat Hirohama,S 12:45- 5:45PM Sat Hirohama,S Class#22371 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

TH 159 - 3.0 UNITS WORLD FILM Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: ENGL 52 or ENGL 155 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher or satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process. 22029 6:30- 9:30PM W Campolo,R BC 47 MOTION PICTURE EDITING Hirohama,S Hirohama,S

Time

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FA 74 FA 74

Instructor

Room

TH 293 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED MOTION PICTURE EDITING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: TH 193 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

23335 11:00- 1:00PM F Hirohama,S FA 74 1:00- 5:00PM F Hirohama,S FA 74 TH 298 - 1.0 UNIT DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24253 3.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 23320 3.6 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

Class#23320 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

TH 299 - 2.0 UNITS DIRECTED STUDIES Transferable to CSU 24254 6.0 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling. 22032 7.2 HRS ARR STAFF Note: Must have instructor’s permission before enrolling.

Class#22032 meets 09/08/2009-12/18/2009

FA 74 FA 74 FA 74 FA 74

TH 158 - 3.0 UNITS MOTION PICTURE AND DIGITAL CINEMATOGRAPHY Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: TH 153 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24337 5:00- 6:00PM TTh Hirohama,S FA 74 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Hirohama,S FA 74 24396 10:00-12:30PM Sat Hirohama,S FA 74 12:45- 5:45PM Sat Hirohama,S FA 74 Class#24396 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

TH 193 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 22030 11:00- 1:00PM F 1:00- 5:00PM F

Class#

WELDING WELD 39 - 2.0 UNITS Not Transferable 21121 5:00- 7:00PM Th

WELDING SHOP MATH

WELD 50 - 3.0 UNITS TRADES Not Transferable 20774 11:00-12:30PM MW 21122 7:00-10:00PM Th

BLUE PRINT READING FOR THE WELDING

Perkins,D

Tait,M Perkins,D

ME 2

ME 13 ME 2

WELD 52 - 4.0 UNITS PIPE WELDING FUNDAMENTALS Not Transferable

Prerequisite: WELD 210L or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

Recommendation: Current Los Angeles City or AWS certification for structural

steel.

20776 7:00- 8:00AM MW Pacheco,R ME 13 8:00-11:00AM MW Pacheco,R ME 13 21769 5:00- 6:00PM TTh Pacheco,R ME 13 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Pacheco,R ME 13

TH 208 - 3.5 UNITS ADVANCED IMPROV Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: TH 108 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

24343 6:00- 9:00PM T Hoggard,K BC 31 9:00-11:00PM T Hoggard,K BC 31

WELD 54L - 2.0 UNITS ADVANCED PIPE WELDING Not Transferable

Prerequisite: WELD 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20777 8:00-11:00AM MW Pacheco,R ME 13 21771 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Pacheco,R ME 13

TH 223 - 3.0 UNITS PORTABLE ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY - LIGHTING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: TH 120, TH 133, or TH 134 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 24261 10:00-11:00AM MW STAFF BC 17 11:00-12:00PM MW STAFF BC 17 Plus 1.0 hr. arr. per week.

WELD 60 - 1.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23429 11:00-12:00PM F

TH 241 - 3.0 UNITS SCREENWRITING Transferable to UC, CSU

Prerequisite: ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22615 6:00- 9:00PM F Campolo,R (HYBRID) BC 47 Mandatory Orientation: 6:00 - 9:00pm, Friday - August 21 in BC 47. Will meet Aug. 21 and Aug 28 on campus 6:00-9:00pm in BC 47. email: [email protected] TH 254 - 3.0 UNITS ADVANCED MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: TH 153 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $10.00 is required for TH 254 23318 5:00- 6:00PM TTh Hirohama,S FA 74 6:00- 8:00PM TTh Hirohama,S FA 74 22383 10:00-12:30PM Sat Hirohama,S FA 74 12:45- 5:45PM Sat Hirohama,S FA 74 Class#22383 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

SAFETY AND THE WELDING ENVIRONMENT Barnes,J

WELD 100 - 2.5 UNITS WELDING FUNDAMENTALS Transferable to CSU 22427 7:00- 9:00AM F Barnes,J 9:00-11:00AM F Barnes,J

ME 13

ME 13 ME 13

WELD 120 - 5.0 UNITS BEGINNING ARC WELDING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: WELD 100 with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment, or appropriate work experience. 20778 7:00- 9:00AM MW Tait,M ME 13 9:00-11:00AM MW Tait,M ME 13 21123 5:30- 7:30PM TTh Johnson,B ME 13 7:30- 9:30PM TTh Johnson,B ME 13 WELD 130 - 5.0 UNITS GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING

FUNDAMENTALS

Transferable to CSU Recommendation: WELD 100 or WELD 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment, or appropriate work experience. 20779 7:00- 9:00AM TTh Tait,M ME 13 9:00-11:00AM TTh Tait,M ME 13 21124 5:30- 7:30PM MW Johnson,B ME 13 7:30- 9:30PM MW Johnson,B ME 13

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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WELD 170 - 2.0 UNITS STRUCTURAL FABRICATION Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WELD 100 or WELD 120 or WELD 130 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. Recommendation: WELD 50 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20780 1:00- 2:00PM M Johnson,B ME 13 2:00- 5:00PM M Johnson,B ME 13 WELD 200 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE ARC WELDING Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WELD 120 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. 20781 7:00- 8:00AM MW Pacheco,R ME 13 8:00-11:00AM MW Pacheco,R ME 13 21125 6:00- 7:00PM MW Henry,F ME 13 7:00-10:00PM MW Henry,F ME 13

Class#

WELD 240 - 2.0 UNITS ADVANCED GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING LABORATORY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WELD 130 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20783 8:00-11:00AM TTh Tait,M ME 13 21127 6:30- 9:30PM MW Johnson,B ME 13 WELD 250L - 2.0 UNITS GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING

APPLICATIONS

Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WELD 240 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20784 8:00-11:00AM TTh Tait,M ME 13 21128 6:30- 9:30PM MW Johnson,B ME 13

WOMEN’S STUDIES WS 101 - 3.0 UNITS ISSUES FOR WOMEN IN AMERICAN SOCIETY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20792 9:30-11:00AM TTh Palumbo,L TE 12 (Women’s Studies) WS 102 - 3.0 UNITS WOMEN AND RELIGION Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of the Reading Placement Process or READ 54 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher and satisfactory completion of English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 23310 2:00- 3:30PM TTh Holzgang,A SS212 (Women’s Studies) WS 103 - 3.0 UNITS Transferable to CSU 20793 12:30- 2:00PM MW (Women’s 22327 9:30-11:00AM TTh (Women’s 22690 6:00- 9:00PM W (Women’s

WOMEN, THEIR BODIES AND HEALTH Bueno,N Studies) STAFF Studies) STAFF Studies)

FA 65 CB104 FA 75

Day

Instructor

Room

FA 51

WS 204 - 3.0 UNITS WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY Transferable to UC, CSU Recommendation: Satisfactory completion of an American history survey course, the Reading Placement Process or READ 54, and the English Placement process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 24284 9:30-11:00AM TTh Oliver,S SS310 (Women’s Studies)

WOODWORKING MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

WELD 210L - 2.0 UNITS ARC WELDING APPLICATIONS Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WELD 200 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

20782 8:00-11:00AM MW Tait,M ME 13 21126 6:00- 9:00PM MW Pacheco,R ME 2 23881 6:00- 9:00PM TTh Pacheco,R ME 13 WELD 220 - 2.0 UNITS CERTIFICATION AND LICENSING FOR WELDERS Transferable to CSU Recommendation: WELD 200 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher, or concurrent enrollment, or appropriate work experience. 21288 5:00- 6:00PM MW Pacheco,R ME 2

Time

WS 106 - 3.0 UNITS WOMEN IN SPORTS Transferable to UC, CSU 24399 12:00- 1:30PM MW Jensen,D (Women’s Studies)

WMT 101 - 3.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 101

20785 7:30-10:00AM M Atherton,A 10:00-12:00PM M Atherton,A 21129 5:30- 8:00PM F Gray Jr.,R 8:00-10:00PM F Gray Jr.,R 22367 8:00-11:00AM Sun Sanchez,C 11:00- 1:24PM Sun Sanchez,C Class#22367 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

WD 14 WD 14 WD 14 WD 14 WD 13 WD 13

WMT 102 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO SOLID WOOD CASEGOODS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 102 20787 7:00- 8:15AM TTh Fortner,A WD 14 8:15-11:00AM TTh Fortner,A WD 14 21792 6:00- 7:15PM MW Vernier,J WD 14 7:15-10:00PM MW Vernier,J WD 14 WMT 103 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO TABLES Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 103 21130 1:00- 2:15PM TTh Jones,M WD 14 2:15- 5:00PM TTh Jones,M WD 14 22362 8:00-11:00AM Sun Thornbury,R WD 14 11:00- 4:30PM Sun Thornbury,R WD 14 +1.6 hrs. arr.

Class#22362 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

WMT 107 - 3.0 UNITS WOOD FINISHING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 107

24345 8:00-10:24AM Sat Miller,B 10:54- 3:42PM Sat Miller,B Class#24345 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

20788 21133 22366 22365

WD 1 WD 1

WMT 111L - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING LAB Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 101 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 111L 9:30-12:30PM M Atherton,A WD 14 7:00-10:00PM F Gray Jr.,R WD 14 1:00- 4:00PM M Stammerjohn,C WD 13 8:00-11:36AM Sun Sanchez,C WD 13 Class#22365 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

WMT 118 - 2.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO WOODTURNING Transferable to CSU Recommendation: WMT 101 and WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 118 22707 6:00- 7:00PM M Driskell,J WD 12 7:00-10:00PM M Driskell,J WD 12

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Class# 23452

Time

Day

Instructor

8:00- 9:12AM Sat Driskell,J 9:12-12:48PM Sat Driskell,J Class#23452 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Room

Class#

WD 12 WD 12

24214 22104 24212 24213 24215 24211

WMT 119L - 1.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO WOODTURNING LAB Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 118 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher.

22709 6:00-10:00PM M Driskell,J WD 12 8:00-12:48PM Sat Driskell,J WD 12 23431 Class#23431 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009 WMT 123 - 4.0 UNITS DECORATIVE BOXES Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

24347 8:00-10:30AM F Fortner,A WD 14 11:00- 4:30PM F Fortner,A WD 14 WMT 130 - 3.0 UNITS FURNITURE DESIGN Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 130

23435 6:00- 7:00PM TTh Ouwehand,M TTh Ouwehand,M 7:00- 9:00PM WMT 151 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO FACEFRAME CABINETMAKING Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 151

22102 1:00- 2:15PM MW Jones,M 2:15- 5:00PM MW Jones,M 22711 6:00- 7:15PM MW Krause,P 7:15-10:00PM MW Krause,P 22342 8:00-11:00AM Sat Wood,J 11:00- 4:30PM Sat Wood,J +1.6 hrs. arr.

Class#22342 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

WMT 185 - 3.0 UNITS CNC WOODWORKING Transferable to CSU 24349 6:00- 7:30PM MW STAFF 7:30- 8:00PM MW STAFF

Time

6:00-10:00PM 6:00-10:00PM 1:00- 5:00PM 1:00- 5:00PM 8:00- 4:30PM 8:00- 4:30PM Plus 1.6 hrs. arr.

Class#24211 22713 8:00- 4:30PM Class#22713 Plus 1.6 hrs. arr.

Day MW TTh TTh TTh F Sat

Instructor Krause,P Stammerjohn,C Stammerjohn,C Jones,M Fortner,A Wood,J

meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Sun Thornbury,R meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

Room WD 15 WD 13 WD 13 WD 14 WD 14 WD 15 WD 14

WMT 241 - 2.0 UNITS SPECIAL TOPICS IN HANDTOOLS Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 201 and WMT 101 or WMT 151 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher. 23439 1:00- 2:00PM M Stammerjohn,C WD 13 2:00- 5:00PM M Stammerjohn,C WD 13 WMT 249L - 2.5 UNITS FURNITURE MANUFACTURING SPECIALTY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 249L

21135 6:00-10:00PM MW Vernier,J WD 14 22714 8:00- 4:30PM W Fortner,A WD 14

WD 14 WD 14

WMT 252 - 4.0 UNITS INTERMEDIATE 32 MM SYSTEM

CABINETMAKING

Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 153 and WMT 181 or equivalent with grades of Pass or “C” or higher, or appropriate work experience. Recommendation: WMT 281 NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 252 24223 6:00- 7:15PM TTh Koford,B WD 15 7:15-10:00PM TTh Koford,B WD 15

WD 15 WD 15 WD 15 WD 15 WD 15 WD 15

WMT 269L - 2.5 UNITS CABINETMAKING MANUFACTURING SPECIALTY Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 151 or WMT 153 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 269L

21136 1:00- 5:00PM MW Jones,M WD 15 23430 6:00-10:00PM TTh Koford,B WD 15

WD 1 WD 1

WMT 201 - 4.0 UNITS WOODWORKING WITH HAND TOOLS Transferable to CSU

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 201

21811 8:00-11:00AM Sat Mortensen,E WD 13 11:30- 4:30PM Sat Mortensen,E WD 13 +1.6 hrs. arr.

Class#21811 meets 08/21/2009-12/13/2009

ZOOLOGY

WMT 203 - 4.0 UNITS WOOD VENEERING Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 203

24217 6:00- 7:15PM TTh Stammerjohn,C WD 13 7:15-10:00PM TTh Stammerjohn,C WD 13

ZOOL 120 - 4.0 UNITS INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL BIOLOGY Transferable to UC, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the English Placement Process or ENGL 52 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. 20794 12:30- 1:30PM TTh Johnson,W S 127 1:30- 4:30PM TTh Johnson,W S 127

WMT 204 - 4.0 UNITS ADVANCED TABLES Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 102 and WMT 103 or equivalent with grades of Pass “C” or higher. 24219 8:00-10:30AM W Fortner,A WD 14 11:00- 4:30PM W Fortner,A WD 14 WMT 212 - 4.0 UNITS ROUTERS AND ROUTER TABLES Transferable to CSU

Prerequisite: WMT 101 or WMT 151 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C”

or higher.

Recommendation: WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or

“C” or higher.

NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 212

24221 1:00- 2:00PM TTh Stammerjohn,C WD 13 2:00- 5:00PM TTh Stammerjohn,C WD 13 WMT 229L - 2.5 UNITS COMPREHENSIVE WOODWORKING MANUFACTURING SPECIALTY Transferable to CSU Prerequisite: WMT 151 or WMT 153 or WMT 102 or WMT 103 or equivalent with a grade of Pass or “C” or higher. NOTE: a material fee of $20.00 is required for WMT 229L 20789 7:00-11:00AM TTh Fortner,A WD 14

Attendance is mandatory (including wait listed students). Failure to appear will jeopardize your official enrollment.

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Short-Term Class Dates and Deadlines � FIRST 6-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

AuguST 17

FIRST 9-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

AuguST 17

12-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

AuguST 17

SEpTEmbER 25 July 16 – August 16 August 17 – 19 August 19 August 19 August 27 August 27 September 17 OcTObER 16 July 16 – August 17 August 18 – 20 August 20 August 20 September 2 September 2 October 2

NOvEmbER 6 July 16 – August 18 August 19 – August 24 August 24 August 24 September 10 September 10 October 5

FIRST 15-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

AuguST 17

NOvEmbER 25 July 16 – August 19 August 20 – 25 August 25 August 25 September 15 September 15 October 29

OpEN ENTRY/OpEN EXIT: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

AuguST 17

DEcEmbER 18 July 16 – August 23 August 24 – 28 August 28 August 28 September 18 September 18 November 20

Deadlines do not reflect in-person, office availability. Adds/drops available through MyCerritos and Falcon Phone.

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Short-Term Class Dates and Deadlines � SEcOND 15-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

SEpTEmbER 8 DEcEmbER 18 July 16 – September 11 September 12 – 16 September 16 September 16 October 6 October 6 November 20

SEcOND 6-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

SEpTEmbER 28 NOvEmbER 6 July 16 – September 27 September 28 – 30 September 30 September 30 October 8 October 8 October 28

SEcOND 9-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

OcTObER 19

THIRD 6-WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

NOvEmbER 9 DEcEmbER 18 July 16 – November 9 November 10 – 12 November 12 November 12 November 19 November 19 December 9

DEcEmbER 18 July 16 – October 20 October 21 – 23 October 23 October 23 November 4 November 4 December 7

Deadlines do not reflect in-person, office availability. Adds/drops available through MyCerritos and Falcon Phone.

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Short-Term Class Dates and Deadlines � WEEKEND cLASSES 15 WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Labor Day Holiday (Sat-Mon) Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W” Thanksgiving Holiday (Thur-Sun)

AuguST 21

WEEKEND cLASSES 8 WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Labor Day Holiday (Sat-Mon) Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W”

DEcEmbER 13 July 16 – August 22 August 23 – 29 August 29 August 29 September 5-7 September 25 September 25 November 13 November 26-29

AuguST 21

WEEKEND cLASSES 7 WEEKS: Enrollment dates Instructor-initiated adds Last day to drop with a refund Last day to add with instructor permission Last day to drop without a “W” Last day to elect P/NP grading option Last day to drop with a “W” Thanksgiving Holiday (Thur-Sun)

OcTObER 23

DEcEmbER 13 July 16 – October 21 October 22 – 24 October 24 October 24 November 1 November 1 December 4 November 26-29

Deadlines do not reflect in-person, office availability. Adds/drops available through MyCerritos and Falcon Phone.

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OcTObER 18 July 16 – August 21 August 22 – 23 August 23 August 23 September 5-7 September 11 September 11 October 4

SHORT TERM CLASSES Class#

Course

Description

1ST SIX WEEKS: 08/17/09 – 09/25/09 21141 21142 21143 21144 20189 21967 23463 21271

COS 50A COS 51A COS 52A COS 53 COS 98 COUN 50 COUN 50 HO 53

Intro Cosmetology I Intermed Cosmetology I Advanced Cosmetology I Adv Cosmet Manipulation Directed Studies Orientation/Edu Planning Orientation/Edu Planning Electrocardiography

1ST NINE WEEKS: 08/17/09 – 10/16/09 24170 24175 22812 23583 23585 24394 21746 21186 21187 21970 21927 21201 21929 23511 22835 22889 23979 24303 24304 21884 21886 21888 24281 23513 22723 21894 21188 21140 21766 20882 24268 21189 23406 21138 22846 21139 21968 23813 23815 23817 21724 21734 21952 22804 21737 21739 22805 22806 22163 22169 22185 22187 22189 22191 22195 22436 22221 22271

AB 83U AB 86 AB 188 ACCT 60 ACCT 60 ACCT 61 ASTR 102 AUTO 73 AUTO 73 AUTO 121 AUTO 151 AUTO 161 AUTO 181 BA 62 BA 100 BA 107 BA 114 BA 114 BA 114 BCOT 52 BCOT 62 BCOT 62 BCOT 62 BCOT 63 BCOT 80 BCOT 96 CA 101 CIS 50 CIS 70A CIS 101 CIS 101 CIS 205 COS 63 COUN 10 COUN 10 COUN 33 COUN 34 CRCC 9A CRCC 10A CRCC 185 EDT 50 EDT 100 EDT 103 EDT 104 EDT 105 EDT 111 EDT 132 EDT 137 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 52 ENGL 52

Computer Damage Est-Ultramate Production Management Intro to Auto Claims Handling Quickbooks Accounting Quickbooks Accounting Turbo Tax Accounting Intro Astron Stars Univrse Auto Occupational Work Exp Auto Occupational Work Exp Drivetrain Trans and Axles Auto Alignment Brake/Suspn Automotive Electricity Elec Engine Managment Sys Business on the Internet Fundamentals Of Business Human Relations In Bus Marketing Marketing Marketing Data Entry Computer Keyboarding Computer Keyboarding Computer Keyboarding Keyboarding Speed/Control Processing Law Office Doc Microsoft PowerPoint Intro/Food Serv Safety-San Basic Computer Literacy Networking Fundamentals Intro Computer Info Systms Intro Computer Info Systms Programming HTML For Web Advan Cosmetology Manip Career Planning Career Planning Orient/Student With Disab Career Exploration/Disab Beginning ProCAT Software Beginning Case CATalyst SS/CSR/RPR Exam Preparation Prep For Online Learning Internet In Curriculum Spreadsheets For Educators Wordprocess For Educators Powerpoint For Educators Web Design For Educators Using Audio in the Classroom iMovie/Movie Maker in Ed Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Intro College Composition Intro College Composition

Class#

Course

Description

22273 22275 22276 22322 20245 20248 24363 20265 21761 24364 21145 22448 21216 21217 24383 21194 20341 20945 24358 22074 24270 23494 24182 24198 23460 22493 22494 21152 21153 21154 21155 21156 21157 21227 21984 23461 21160 21161 21162 21163 22315 24295 21165 21166 21167 21168 21169 21170 21172 21173 21174 21175 21176 24296 21985 21250 21178 21179 23975 21197 21198 21199 21810 22009 22699 20686 22394 21182 21183 21184 21185 21954 22531 24379 24336

ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 100 ENGL 100 ENGL 100 ENGL 103 ENGL 103 ENGL 222 ESL 11 ESL 12 HED 100 HIST 101 HIST 102 HO 56 HO 150 MA 62A MATH 5 MATH 20 MATH 60 MATH 80A MTT 91L MTT 95L NRSG 5 NRSG 48T NRSG 80 NRSG 210 NRSG 210 NRSG 210 NRSG 210 NRSG 210 NRSG 210 NRSG 211 NRSG 213B NRSG 215 NRSG 220 NRSG 220 NRSG 220 NRSG 220 NRSG 220 NRSG 220 NRSG 230 NRSG 230 NRSG 230 NRSG 230 NRSG 230 NRSG 230 NRSG 240 NRSG 240 NRSG 240 NRSG 240 NRSG 240 NRSG 240 NRSG 251 PE 112 PE 150A PHYS 50 PMT 51 PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L POL 101 PSYC 101 READ 42 READ 43 READ 54 READ 54 SPCH 100 SPCH 100 SPCH 100 SPCH 100 SPCH 110 TH 150

Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Critical/Argumentative Wrt Critical/Argumentative Wrt Children’s Literature ESL Reading 1 ESL Pronunciation Contemp Health Problems Amer Hist & Constitution Political & Social Hist-US Medication Calculations Professional Cpr & 1St Aid Health Insurance and Billing Math Learning Strategies Basic Mathematics Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra I CNC Mill Machining Lab CNC Lathe Machining Laboratory Success in Nursing Elective Nursing - Tutorial Nursing Process Documentation Fundamentals of Nursing Fundamentals of Nursing Fundamentals of Nursing Fundamentals of Nursing Fundamentals of Nursing Fundamentals of Nursing Intr Theoretical Framework Major Drugs and Nursing II Advanced Placement Bridge Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Psychosocial-Community Nsg Psychosocial-Community Nsg Psychosocial-Community Nsg Psychosocial-Community Nsg Psychosocial-Community Nsg Psychosocial-Community Nsg Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Medical-Surgical Nursing 5 Bas Adult Physical Assessment Theory of Football Swimming Beginning Principles of Technology Composites Fabrication Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab American Political Institution General Introductory Psyc Read Access College Student Intro to College Reading Advanced College Reading Advanced College Reading Fundamentals Oral Comm Fundamentals Oral Comm Fundamentals Oral Comm Fundamentals Oral Comm Intercultural Communication App & Hist Motion Picture

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Course

Description

Class#

TWELVE WEEKS: 08/17/09 – 11/06/09 21990 22502 21988 22503 22118 22120

PHAR 60 PHAR 60 PHAR 60L PHAR 60L TH 133 TH 134

BA 50 BA 100 BA 104 BA 104 BA 105 BA 105 BA 106 BA 106 BA 107 BA 113 BA 114 BA 117 BA 120 BA 123 BA 123 BA 132 BA 153

Pharmacy Introduction Pharmacy Introduction Pharmacy Skills Lab Pharmacy Skills Lab Stage Crew Activity Technical Production

23597 23598 23607 23608 23609 23610 22560 21872 23312 21877 22015 21750 21751 24129 22831 21944 22731 23505 24305 22310 24127 22041 22045 23506 22832 22833 20127 22865 22834 22837 22890 23512 24308 22037 22038 22725 21941 21912 22141 24068 21777 21781 22783 22784 21782 24128 22538 23465 21214 22014 24325 21853 24248 24244 23363 24247 20350 24100 23693 23694 23686 23695 23687 23696 23688 23697 23689 23698 20354 21273 22072 20378

Math for Business and Finance Fundamentals Of Business Managing Cultural Diversity Managing Cultural Diversity Personnel-Policy and Procedure Personnel-Policy and Procedure Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Human Relations In Bus Legal Environment Of Business Marketing Introduction To Supervision Mgmt-Act & Internal Contrl Fundamentals Of Retailing Fundamentals Of Retailing Computer Applications/Mgrs Small Business Management

OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT: 08/17/09 – 12/18/09 23519 23524 23131 22917 22916 22918 22919 22920 22921 22932 23036 20129 24312 24313 22305 22306 22307 22308 22309 23372 22512 24371 24384 23692 21785 22093 22095 22855 23915 24225 22790 22791 22792 20765 20766 20767

ACCT 1T ACCT 2T AED 90.1 AED 90.32 AED 90.46 AED 90.47 AED 90.47 AED 90.7 AED 90.7 AED 90.7 AED 90.91 BCOT 3T CRCC 1T CRCC 5T ENGL 33 ENGL 33 ENGL 33 ENGL 33 ENGL 33 ENGL 33 ESL 15 ESL 36 ESL 36 LAW 1T LIBR 100 LIBR 100 LIBR 100 LIBR 100 LIBR 100 LIBR 100 READ 41 READ 41 READ 41 SPCH 236 SPCH 237 SPCH 238

Description

2ND 15 WEEKS: 09/08/09 – 12/18/09

1ST 15 WEEKS: 08/17/09 – 11/25/09 22836 22838 22867 24299 22702 24300 20845 24301 20846 22839 24302 22043 23956 22737 23508 23981 22842

Course

Actg Computerized Tutorial Accounting Tutorial Supervised Science Tutorial Communication Disorders Individualized Speech Supervised Nursing - Tutorial Supervised Nursing - Tutorial Indiv Technology Assist Indiv Technology Assist Indiv Technology Assist Mathematics - Tutorial Bcom/Wp/Keyboard Tutorial Computer-Aided Transcription CSR Qualifying Exam Transcript Individualized Writing Individualized Writing Individualized Writing Individualized Writing Individualized Writing Individualized Writing ESL Ind Comm Skills ESL Grammar Review ESL Grammar Review Legal-Computer Tutorial Intro to Library Resources Intro to Library Resources Intro to Library Resources Intro to Library Resources Intro to Library Resources Intro to Library Resources Individualized Reading Individualized Reading Individualized Reading Forensics for One Tournament Forensics for Two Tournaments Forensics for Three Tournaments

ACCT 100 ACCT 100 ACCT 171 ACCT 172 ACCT 173 ACCT 174 AJ 71 ANTH 115 ANTH 115 ART 156L ART 156L ART 298 ART 299 AUTO 100 BA 50 BA 100 BA 100 BA 101 BA 106 BA 107 BA 107 BA 113 BA 113 BA 115 BA 117 BA 120 BA 121 BA 123 BA 132 BA 152 BA 156 BA 204 BA 205 BCOM 46 BCOM 46 BCOT 81 BCOT 113 BCOT 131 BCOT 132 BCOT 162 CIS 101 CIS 271 CIS 272 CIS 273 CIS 274 COS 99 COUN 200 COUN 200 EDEL 100 EDEL 100 FIN 125 HED 100 JOUR 50 JOUR 121 JOUR 170 JOUR 298 JOUR 299 LAW 56 LAW 101 LAW 111 LAW 171 LAW 171 LAW 172 LAW 172 LAW 173 LAW 173 LAW 174 LAW 174 MATH 20 MATH 20 MATH 20 MATH 60

Introduction To Accounting Introduction To Accounting Accounting Work Exper Accounting Work Exper Accounting Work Experience Accounting Work Experience First Aid-Admin Of Justice Physical Anthropology Physical Anthropology Ceramics Lab Ceramics Lab Directed Studies Directed Studies Auto Maint And Operation Math for Business and Finance Fundamentals Of Business Fundamentals Of Business International Business Human Resource Management Human Relations In Bus Human Relations In Bus Legal Environment Of Business Legal Environment Of Business Management-Business Introduction To Supervision Mgmt-Act & Internal Contrl Sales Fundamentals Of Retailing Computer Applications/Mgrs Fund Importing/Exporting Motivational Skills/Mgrs Project Management Organizational Leadership Business Communications Business Communications Legal Office Procedures Microsoft Excel Beg Coll Key & Doc Pro Coll Key & Doc Pro Rev Bus Spell & Proofread Skls Intro Computer Info Systms Work Exp/Computer Info Sys Work Exp/Computer Info Sys Work Exp/Computer Info Sys Work Exp/Computer Info Sys Directed Studies Success College and Career Success College and Career Introduction To Teaching Introduction To Teaching Personal Finance Contemp Health Problems Editorial Board Multimedia Reporting Broadcast News/Webcasting Directed Studies Directed Studies Intro Comp Legal Software Introduction To Law Business Law Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Legal Occupational Work Exper Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Elementary Algebra

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SHORT TERM CLASSES Class#

Course

Description

Class#

Course

Description

22080 22081 22876 24190 24191 24126 24250 21253 23944 22326 22692 23637 23640 24101 23641 21258 22619 23365 24329 24331 21101 21119 21805 22881 24334 21287 21807 22621 23320 22032

MATH 60 MATH 80B MATH 114 MTT 56 MTT 170 MUS 298 MUS 299 PE 299 POL 101 PSYC 298 PSYC 298 RE 52 RE 101 RE 101 RE 157 READ 54 RTV 151 RTV 170 RTV 175 RTV 176 SLP 230 TH 101 TH 101 TH 104 TH 111 TH 150 TH 150 TH 151 TH 298 TH 299

Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra II College Algebra CNC Shop Inspection CNC Programming Directed Studies Directed Studies Directed Studies American Political Institution Directed Studies Directed Studies Mortg Loan Brokerng/Lendng Real Estate Principles Real Estate Principles Real Estate Investments Advanced College Reading Motion Pictures/Radio & TV Broadcast News/Webcasting Sportscasting Talk Radio Broadcasting Adaptive Commun Technology Intro to the Theatre Intro to the Theatre Hist/Appr Musical Theatre Intermediate Acting App & Hist Motion Picture App & Hist Motion Picture Motion Pictures/Radio & TV Directed Studies Directed Studies

22143 22825 21896 21202 21205 22051 22053 20883 21774 22055 22758 21779 21269 24133 21203 22097 21204 22847 23820 21725 21728 21736 21738 22809 21741 22807 21743 22808 22193 22438 22440 23953 22201 22205 22253 22278 22280 22282 22284 22286 22288 22290 22442 22788 20253 22336 23370 20270 22112 24365 24366 21270 21215 23615 21146 21218 21851 21852 24156 24311 23305 23306 21147 21987 21221 22077 21148 21222 23495 24183 24199 24333 21149 21150 22498

BCOT 63 BCOT 63 BCOT 97 CA 101 CIS 50 CIS 70B CIS 70D CIS 101 CIS 101 CIS 101 CIS 101 CIS 155B CIS 205 CIS 298 COUN 33 COUN 35 COUN 50 COUN 50 CRCC 138 EDT 50 EDT 52 EDT 104 EDT 105 EDT 120 EDT 122 EDT 123 EDT 125 EDT 150 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 20 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 52 ENGL 100 ENGL 100 ENGL 101 ENGL 103 ENGL 103 ENGL 103 ENGL 235 ESL 7 ESL 31 FIN 51 HED 100 HED 100 HED 100 HED 100 HED 100 HIST 101 HIST 103 HIST 103 HO 56 MA 62B MATH 40 MATH 40 MATH 60 MATH 80 MATH 80B MTT 91L MTT 95L MUS 104B NRSG 25 NRSG 26 NRSG 48T

Keyboarding Speed/Control Keyboarding Speed/Control Microsoft Outlook Intro/Food Serv Safety-San Basic Computer Literacy Network+ Certification Introduction To TCP/IP Intro Computer Info Systms Intro Computer Info Systms Intro Computer Info Systms Intro Computer Info Systms Microsoft Access Expert Level Programming HTML For Web Directed Studies Orient/Student With Disab Pers Assessment/Disab Stu Orientation/Edu Planning Orientation/Edu Planning How to Succeed in Crt Reportin Prep For Online Learning Windows For Educators Wordprocess For Educators Powerpoint For Educators Assistive Technology In Ed Grantwriting for Educators Internet Tools for Educators Fund Of Online Teaching Podcasting in Education Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Basic Writing Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Intro College Composition Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Critical Thinking Literature Critical/Argumentative Wrt Critical/Argumentative Wrt Critical/Argumentative Wrt Readings In The Drama ESL Beginning Speaking & List ESL Reading 2 Retirement Plan/Investing Contemp Health Problems Contemp Health Problems Contemp Health Problems Contemp Health Problems Contemp Health Problems Amer Hist & Constitution Political & Social Hist-Us Political & Social Hist-Us Medication Calculations ICD-9 and CPT Coding Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra II CNC Mill Machining Lab CNC Lathe Machining Laboratory History of Rock Music Clinical Workshop 1 Clinical Workshop 2 Elective Nursing - Tutorial

2ND SIX WEEKS: 09/28/09 – 11/06/09 21206 21208 21210 21212 20899 21721 23464 23984 21219 23894

COS 50B COS 51B COS 52B COS 53 COS 98 COUN 50 COUN 50 COUN 50 HO 54 INSR 101

Intro Cosmetology II Intermed Cosmetology II Advanced Cosmetology II Adv Cosmet Manipulation Directed Studies Orientation/Edu Planning Orientation/Edu Planning Orientation/Edu Planning Medical Laboratory Skills Introduction to Insurance

2ND NINE WEEKS: 10/19/09 – 12/18/09 23877 24176 22813 23601 23603 23605 22061 21267 21268 21137 21200 21808 21931 23504 24306 24307 23980 22870 23958 22843 22704 23515

AB 83P AB 287 AB 288 ACCT 60 ACCT 61 ACCT 61 ASTR 103 AUTO 73 AUTO 73 AUTO 121 AUTO 151 AUTO 161 AUTO 181 BA 63 BA 106 BA 114 BA 115 BA 123 BA 132 BA 156 BA 157 BCOT 62

Computer Damage Est - Pathways Adv Collision Repair Mgmt Advanced Automotive Claims Quickbooks Accounting Turbo Tax Accounting Turbo Tax Accounting Intro Astron Solar System Auto Occupational Work Exp Auto Occupational Work Exp Drivetrain Trans and Axles Auto Alignment Brake/Suspn Automotive Electricity Elec Engine Managment Sys Home-Based Business Human Resource Management Marketing Management-Business Fundamentals Of Retailing Computer Applications/Mgrs Motivational Skills/Mgrs Principles of Public Relations Computer Keyboarding

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SHORT TERM CLASSES Class#

Course

Description

22496 21229 21230 21232 21233 22499 24389 21158 21235 21236 21237 22500 22501 24390 21239 21240 21241 21242 21243 21244 21246 21247 21248 21249 21279 21177 22476 21251 22472 22892 21252 21254 21280 21854 21281 21282 21283 22695 21946 22010 21947 23315 23642 21180 20705 21259 24291 21260 21261 22328 21262 24377 24378 21796 23851 21264 21918 22122

NRSG 80 NRSG 212 NRSG 212 NRSG 212 NRSG 212 NRSG 212 NRSG 212 NRSG 213A NRSG 222 NRSG 222 NRSG 222 NRSG 222 NRSG 222 NRSG 222 NRSG 232 NRSG 232 NRSG 232 NRSG 232 NRSG 232 NRSG 232 NRSG 242 NRSG 242 NRSG 242 NRSG 242 PE 105 PE 112 PE 143 PE 150A PE 160 PE 222 PE 298 PE 299 PHAR 50 PHYS 50 PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L POL 101 POL 101 PSYC 101 PSYC 101 RE 130 READ 43 READ 54 READ 54 SLP 120 SLP 240 SLP 245 SOC 101 SPCH 100 SPCH 100 SPCH 100 SPCH 110 SPCH 132 SPCH 150 TH 136 TH 137

Nursing Process Documentation Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Major Drugs and Nursing I Maternal/Child Nursing Maternal/Child Nursing Maternal/Child Nursing Maternal/Child Nursing Maternal/Child Nursing Maternal/Child Nursing Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 Professional Role Transitn Professional Role Transitn Professional Role Transitn Professional Role Transitn Student Athlete in Society Theory of Football Personal Fitness Program Swimming Beginning Personal Self Defense Softball Conditioning Directed Studies Directed Studies Pharmaceutics Principles of Technology Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab American Political Institution American Political Institution General Introductory Psyc General Introductory Psyc Real Estate Practice Intro to College Reading Advanced College Reading Advanced College Reading Phonetics Lab Childhood Field Experience Adult Field Experience Intro Sociology-Principles Fundamentals Oral Comm Fundamentals Oral Comm Fundamentals Oral Comm Intercultural Communication Fund/Small Group Communic Organizational Communication Tour Theatre/Support Roles Touring Theatre For Leads

Class#

COS 50C COS 51C COS 52C COS 53 COS 98 COUN 50 COUN 50 PHAR 62 PHAR 62 TH 133

Description

WEEKEND CLASSES – 15 WEEKS 08/21/09 – 12/13/09 22400 24173 23403 23590 23591 23593 23394 22404 20159 23455 22810 22481 22332 22333 22484 22391 24293 22356 22334 23821 23825 23239 23241 23243 23249 23253 23265 20246 22673 22359 22420 22424 22421 22787 20966 22372 22877 22337 24196 24184 24186 24200 22339 22410 22412 22414 22329 24297 24385 22396 22398 22378 22380 22369 22601 22818 22357 22361 22395 22610 24255 22371 24396 22383 22367 22362 24345 22365 23452

3RD SIX WEEKS: 11/09/09 – 12/18/09 21207 21209 21211 21213 21719 21949 23466 21255 22509 22611

Course

Intro Cosmetology III Intermediate Cosmetology III Advanced Cosmetology III Adv Cosmet Manipulation Directed Studies Orientation/Edu Planning Orientation/Edu Planning Pharmacy Operations I Pharmacy Operations I Stage Crew Activity

AB 51 AB 76 AB 79L ACCT 100 ACCT 101 ACCT 133 ARCH 223 AUTO 100 CD 110 CD 124 CDEC 133 CDEC 164 CDEC 173 CDEC 174 CDIA 73 CDIA 74 CDSA 259 CDSE 73 CDSE 74 CRCC 125 CRCC 127 DANC 106A DANC 106B DANC 107 DANC 108A DANC 108B DANC 121 ENGL 100 ENGT 265 HIST 101 MATH 20 MATH 20 MATH 40 MATH 60 MATH 80 MATH 80A MATH 114 MTT 54 MTT 59 MTT 91L MTT 92L MTT 95L MUS 112 MUS 113 MUS 114 MUS 115 PE 108 PE 135A PE 135B PE 143 PE 146 PE 159A PE 159B PHOT 100 PHOT 100 PMT 59 PMT 61 SL 101 SPCH 100 TH 101 TH 110 TH 153 TH 158 TH 254 WMT 101 WMT 103 WMT 107 WMT 111L WMT 118

Non-Structural Repair Partial-Panel Fabrication Automotive Fabrication Lab Introduction To Accounting Fund Of Accounting I Spreadsheet Accounting I Arch Cad 3D Bldg Modeling Auto Maint And Operation Child Development Teaching in a Diverse Society Experiences/Math & Science Practicum Field Experience Ece Occupational Work Exp Ece Occupational Work Exp Educ Paraprof Occup Wk Exp Educ Parapro Occup Wk Exp School-Age Child Care Prac Sea Occupational Work Exp Sea Occupational Work Exp Realtime Prac 100-130 Realtime Practicum III Beginning Ballet Intermediate Ballet Ballet Variations Dance Modern Beginning Dance Modern Intermediate Latin Social Dance Freshman Composition CATIA I Amer Hist & Constitution Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra I College Algebra CNC Blueprint Reading MasterCAM Turning CNC Mill Machining Lab Mastercam Laboratory CNC Lathe Machining Laboratory Elementary Piano I Elementary Piano II Intermediate Piano I Intermediate Piano II Professional Act Mens Sports I Circuit Weight Train Beginning Circuit Weight Trn Int/Adv Personal Fitness Program Weight Management Tennis Beginning Tennis Intermed/Advanced Introductory Photography Introductory Photography Injection Molding I Fiberglass Technology Beg American Sign Language Fundamentals Oral Comm Intro to the Theatre Fundamentals of Acting Motion Picture Production Motion Picture & Digital Cinem Adv Motion Picture Prod Intro to Woodworking Introduction to Tables Wood Finishing Intro to Woodworking Lab Introduction to Woodturning

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Description

23431 22342 21811 22713 24211

WMT 119L WMT 151 WMT 201 WMT 229L WMT 229L

Intro to Woodturning Lab Intro Faceframe Cabinet Woodworking with Hand Tools Comp Wood Mfg Specialty Comp Wood Mfg Specialty

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Course

Description

WEEKEND CLASSES – EIGHT WEEKS 08/21/09 – 10/18/09 23974 23414 24210 22406 22824 24201 22343 22364 22344

COS 1 MFGT 54 MFGT 60 PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L TH 130 TH 131 TH 132

Cosmetology Salon Prepratn Ultrasonic Level I Testing Quality Assurance Principles Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab R & P For Minor Roles R & P For Supporting Roles R & P For Lead Roles

WEEKEND CLASSES – SEVEN WEEKS 10/23/09 – 12/13/09 24109 23838 24209 21256 21948 22823 20692 22524 21284 21285 21286 22028

COS 1 CRCC 139 MFGT 53 PMT 63L PMT 63L PMT 63L READ 43 READ 54 TH 130 TH 131 TH 132 TH 150

Cosmetology Salon Prepratn Career Opportunities Statistical Process Control Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Specialty Plastics Lab Intro to College Reading Advanced College Reading R & P For Minor Roles R & P For Supporting Roles R & P For Lead Roles App & Hist Motion Picture

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ADULT EDUCATION AND DIVERSITY PROGRAMS � NO FEE NON-CREDIT CLASSES

The following information will help you register for free non-credit classes offered by Cerritos College. In non-credit classes students build the basic skills needed for personal and professional growth. Students in non-credit classes do not earn units toward the award of a degree or certificate. Instruction in English as a Second Language, citizenship and other basic skills is offered within Cerritos College's non-credit-Adult Education area. Some classes are offered in both English and Spanish. Most non-credit classes take place off-campus at community sites. Classes for students with disabilities require a separate registration process. More information is available by calling the offices of:

Adult Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(562) 467-5098

Emeritus - Older Wiser Learner . . . . . . . . . . .(562) 467-5098

REGISTRATION STEPS TO ENROLL IN NON-CREDIT CLASSES

1. IDENTIFY THE CLASS OR CLASSES YOU WISH TO TAKE Review the course list and identify class and ticket number. 2. COMPLETE REGISTRATION FORM Complete a Cerritos College application and submit to the Adult Education office located in CE 11. 3. WALK-IN REGISTRATION You may register in person at the Office of Adult Education & Diversity Programs. Call (562) 467-5098 for office hours. If you are registering for an ESL or Vocational ESL class, an assessment test will need to be taken. 4. SEE A COUNSELOR Counselors are available to talk with you about the right courses for you. Call (562) 467-5098 to schedule an appointment. CLASES GRATIS DE NO-CREDITO DEL COLEGIO

Lo siguiente le ayudará a matricularse para clases de no-crédito del Colegio de Cerritos. En las clases de no-crédito, los estudiantes mejoran sus habilidades académicas básicas necesarias para el desarrollo personal y professional. Las clases de no-crédito no se aplican para título o certificado. Se ofrecen clases de Ingles como Segundo Idioma, Ciudadanía, y otras clases de habilidades académicas. La mayoría de las clases de no-crédito se ofrecen en sitios distintos de la comunidad. Clases para estudiantes con disabilidades requieren de una matriculación aparte. Para información en español, llame a las oficinas de:

Educación de Adultos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (562) 467-5098

Programa de educación para adultos de mayor edad . . . . . . . (562) 467-5098

COMO MATRICULARSE EN CLASES DE NO-CRÉDITO

1. Escoja la clases o clase que le gustaria tomar. 2. Llene la aplicacion de registración para Cerritos College y entrege la aplicacion a la oficina del programa para adultos. 3. Registracion en persona. Al llenar la aplicacion de registración, venga a la oficina de Educacion para Adultos localizada en el edificio de CE 11. Registración para los cursos de Ingles Como Segundo Idioma requiren una prueba de evaluación. Llame la oficina para mas información (562) 467-5098. 4. Consulte con un consejero. Consejeros que hablan español están disponibles. Para hacer una cita, llame al (562) 467-5098.

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This course prepares adults for the citizenship process, the INS

examination, and interview. The course will also emphasize oral

communication and strengthen English language skills for those

limited in English.

CUIDADANIA

Preparese para el examen de ciudadania y la entrevista con

imigracion, aprendiendo al mismo tiempo Ingles.

24286 23135 23142 23904 24287 23134

Salaam,S Cardona,R Sanchez,S Sanchez,S Salaam,S Cardona,R

PADL* CB104 CB106 CB106 PADL* CB104

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

LOW BEGINNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND

AED 42.15- 0.0 UNIT LANGUAGE Not Transferable 6:00- 9:00PM MW 3:30- 5:30PM MW 9:00-12:00PM MW 9:00-12:00PM TTh 8:30- 3:00PM F 8:30- 3:00PM Sat

HIGH BEGINNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND

22896 22897 23132 23133 23905 24288

TE 12 LSFL* PADL* PADL* FA 65 FA 54

LOW INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH AS A SECOND

AED 42.17- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23898 8:30- 3:00PM Sat 6:00- 9:00PM MW 23899

HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL Chen,L Sanchez,S

Robles,M La Velle,F Villar,S

CE 2 CB103 NOR *

AED 36.01- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 9:00-11:00AM TTh 9:00-11:00AM TTh 9:00- 1:00PM Sat 9:00- 1:00PM Sat 5:00- 7:00PM TTh 5:00- 7:00PM TTh

OCCUPATIONAL ORIENTATION Lopez,A Lopez,A Salaam,S Salaam,S Gonzalez,G Gonzalez,G

SAD * SAD * LC201 LC201 CE 2 CE 2

This GED course consists of five examinations in the areas of

writing skills, social studies, science, literature, the arts

and mathematics. This course will prepare students to take the

battery of GED tests.

PREPARSE PARA TOMAR EL EXAMEN EQUIVALENTE A LA PREPARATORIA

Este curso consiste en cinco materias que son escritura, ciencias

sociales, literatura, arte y matematicas. Estas clases lo

capacitan para pasar el examen y obtener su certificado de

preparatoria.

AATC* MORR* FA 53

AED 42.16- 0.0 UNIT LANGUAGE Not Transferable 23896 8:30- 3:00PM Sat 23939 9:00-12:00PM TTh 23897 6:00- 9:00PM MW

Nunez,M Furgason,D Robles,M

VOCATIONAL ENGLISH AS A SECOND

GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED)

AED 42.14- 0.0 UNIT LANGUAGE Not Transferable 23900 8:30-11:30AM TTh 23906 8:30-10:30AM ThF 23907 8:30- 3:00PM Sat

Nunez,M San Nicolas,K Robles,M Robles,M Tucker,J Mondaca,F

Room

Learn basic skills about conducting a job search, attitudes at the

workplace, interviewing, work habits, time management, and

stress reduction.

PREPARACION OCUPACIONAL

Aprenda tecnicas fundamentales sobre como dirigir o buscar

trabajo, actitud en el sitio de trabajo, como dirigir una

entrevista, habitos de trabajo, como organizar su tiempo, y como

reducir el estres.

Four levels are offered to assist you in your language

development. Emphasis is placed on oral communication and

conversational language.

INGLES COMO SEGUNDO IDIOMA

Cuatro niveles de Ingles se ofrecen para ayudarle a desarrollar

sus conocimientos del idioma Ingles. Esta clase esta enfocada en

comunicacion oral y conversacion del idioma Ingles.

23901 23902 23908 23909 23910 23919

Instructor

OCCUPATIONAL PREPARATION

CITIZENSHIP I

Mondaca,F Casas,R Furgason,D

Day

AED 49.02- 0.0 UNIT LANGUAGE Not Transferable 23143 8:00-12:30PM Sat 23903 8:30- 1:00PM Sat 22900 4:00- 6:15PM TTh

ESL/CITIZENSHIP

AED 60.01- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 4:30- 6:30PM MW 8:00-12:00PM Sat 8:00-12:00PM Sat 9:00-12:00PM Sat 4:30- 6:30PM MW 8:00-12:00PM Sat

Time

FA 62 CE 2 CE 2

FA 65 CE 6

22898 23940 22899 24285

AED 42.10- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable Sat 8:30- 3:00PM 6:00- 9:00PM TTh 6:00- 9:00PM TTh 6:00- 9:00PM MW

SPANISH GED TEST PREP-A Nava,D Barrera De Contreras San Nicolas,K Kim,S

S 101 SAD * FA 54 FA 52

OLDER WISER LEARNER (FORMERLY EMERITUS COLLEGE) The Older Wiser Learner program offers special interest, non-credit classes for

adults. These courses are designed to support lifelong learning. Register in the class.

Classes are open enrollment.

AED 10.06- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 22966 9:30-10:30AM T 10:30-11:30AM T 22968 9:45-10:45AM W 10:45-11:45AM W

MUSIC EXPERIENCE FOR SENIORS Miller,M Miller,M Miller,M Miller,M

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SUNC* SUNC* MIRH* MIRH*

Class# 22970 22972 22974 22984 22988 23136

Time 2:00- 3:00PM 3:00- 4:00PM 9:00-10:00AM 10:00-11:00AM 11:00-12:00PM 12:00- 1:00PM 9:00-10:00AM 10:00-11:00AM 9:30-10:30AM 10:30-11:30AM 10:00-11:00AM 11:00-12:00PM

Day Th Th Th Th Th Th T T T T Th Th

Instructor Blair,R Blair,R Davis,B Davis,B Davis,B Davis,B Davis,B Davis,B Blair,R Blair,R Kubiak,P Kubiak,P

AED 10.07- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23147 1:00- 1:30PM M 1:30- 2:30PM M 23960 3:30- 4:00PM W 4:00- 5:00PM W

FITNESS FOR OLDER ADULTS

AED 10.10- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 22936 10:00-10:30AM WF 10:30-11:00AM WF 22938 10:30-11:00AM TTh 11:00-11:30AM TTh 22940 2:15- 2:45PM T 2:45- 4:15PM T 22934 2:00- 2:30PM M M 2:30- 4:00PM 22942 1:00- 1:30PM MF 1:30- 2:00PM MF 22944 1:00- 1:30PM Th 1:30- 3:00PM Th 22946 1:00- 1:30PM F 1:30- 3:00PM F 3:30- 4:00PM M 22948 4:00- 5:30PM M 22950 2:45- 3:15PM Th 3:15- 4:45PM Th 22952 4:30- 5:00PM W 5:00- 6:30PM W 22954 7:30- 8:00AM MW 8:00- 8:30AM MW 22956 1:30- 2:00PM M 2:00- 3:30PM M 22958 9:00- 9:30AM M 9:30-11:00AM M 22960 9:00- 9:30AM TTh 9:30-10:00AM TTh 22962 9:30-10:00AM M 10:00-11:30AM M 22964 8:15- 8:45AM TTh 8:45- 9:15AM TTh 23038 9:00- 9:30AM W 9:30-11:00AM W 23087 8:30- 9:00AM WF 9:00- 9:30AM WF 23107 3:15- 4:15PM F 4:15- 5:15PM T 23145 1:15- 1:45PM T 1:45- 3:15PM T 23146 3:30- 4:00PM T 4:00- 5:30PM T 23929 2:00- 2:30PM T T 2:30- 4:00PM 23962 5:00- 5:30PM W 5:30- 7:00PM W

MOVEMENT INTO FITNESS

AED 14.09- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 9:30-11:30AM W 22923 22924 2:00- 4:00PM T 22925 9:30-11:30AM F 23014 10:00-12:00PM T 23015 12:30- 2:30PM Sat 23037 1:30- 3:30PM Th 23086 9:30-11:30AM Sat 23116 2:00- 4:00PM F 23117 2:00- 4:00PM W

ARTS & CRAFTS FOR ADULTS

Layne,J Layne,J Kimura,D Kimura,D

Van Herk,T Van Herk,T Savoy,S Savoy,S Haque,S Haque,S Dejong,H Dejong,H STAFF STAFF Dejong,H Dejong,H Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Lozano,J Jackson,M Jackson,M Savoy,S Savoy,S Jackson,M Jackson,M Van Herk,T Van Herk,T Savoy,S Savoy,S Savoy,S Savoy,S Jackson,M Jackson,M Van Herk,T Van Herk,T Lozano,J Lozano,J Kimura,D Kimura,D Kimura,D Kimura,D Lozano,J Lozano,J Kimura,D Kimura,D

Savoy,S Olivier,S Olivier,S Olivier,S Olivier,S Savoy,S Olivier,S Olivier,S Savoy,S

Room MPRL* MPRL* MPRL* MPRL* MIRH* MIRH* MPRL* MPRL* MIRH* MIRH* NSC * NSC *

NSC * NSC * CHAR* CHAR*

LMGM* LMGM* LMGM* LMGM* DRC * DRC * CHAR* CHAR* CID * CID * NBRC* NBRC* DCC * DCC * CSRC* CSRC* CSRC* CSRC* LMAC* LMAC* CSRC* CSRC* RHCC* RHCC* NSC * NSC * ACC * ACC * VECH* VECH* NSC * NSC * NSC * NSC * BWC * BWC * DCC * DCC * CHAR* CHAR* LMAC* LMAC* DCC * DCC * CSRC* CSRC*

RHCC* PCH * PMC * DRC * LMAC* VECH* DRC * ACC * PMC *

Class#

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Room

AED 16.10- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 22990 10:00-10:45AM W 10:45-12:00PM W

SENIOR CHORUS

AED 16.13- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 22992 12:00- 1:30PM T 1:30- 3:00PM T

VOCAL ARTS WORKSHOP FOR SENIORS

AED 22.09- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 22994 9:00-11:00AM Th 22995 2:30- 4:30PM F 22996 2:30- 4:30PM T 22997 10:30-12:30PM Th 9:00-11:00AM Sat 22998 22999 11:00- 1:00PM Sat 23000 4:00- 6:00PM M 23001 9:00-11:00AM M 23002 9:00-11:00AM W 23004 12:00- 2:00PM W 23013 3:00- 5:00PM W

TOPICS OF INTEREST SENIORS

AED 24.04- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23913 2:00- 2:30PM T 2:30- 4:00PM T

COOKING FOR SENIORS

AED 48.03- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23003 2:00- 4:00PM Th

CREATIVE WRITING FOR SENIORS

Kubiak,P Kubiak,P

Kubiak,P Kubiak,P

Levy,E Levy,E Levy,E Fiske,R Fiske,R Fiske,R Levy,E Levy,E Levy,E Levy,E Levy,E

Wyckhouse,M Wyckhouse,M

Mansell,B

CSRC* CSRC*

CSRC* CSRC*

NSC * FOUN* FOUN* COCC* COCC* COCC* CSRC* LMAC* LMAC* FOUN* PIH *

LMRC* LMRC*

NSC *

CAHSEE PREPARATION COURSES AED 49.04- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23941 5:00- 7:00PM MW

CAHSEE MATH A PREPARATION

AED 49.05- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23942 5:00- 7:00PM MW

CAHSEE MATH B PREPARATION

AED 49.06- 0.0 UNIT Not Transferable 23943 5:00- 7:00PM TTh

CAHSEE ENGLISH PREPARATION

STAFF

STAFF

STAFF

FA 54

CE 7

FA 53

PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS AED 36.02- 0.0 UNIT INTRODUCTION TO THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Not Transferable 24118 5:00- 7:00PM M STAFF COCC* 24119 5:00- 7:00PM W STAFF COCC* 24145 7:55- 9:55AM T STAFF JGH * AED 36.03- 0.0 UNIT BASIC READING SKILLS FOR THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Not Transferable 24091 7:55- 9:55AM M STAFF JGH * 24112 5:00- 7:00PM Th STAFF COCC* AED 36.04- 0.0 UNIT BASIC MATH SKILLS FOR THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Not Transferable 24092 7:55- 9:55AM W STAFF JGH * 24116 5:00- 7:00PM T STAFF COCC*

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APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS

Learn a trade while you work. Apprenticeship is a

well-organized and supervised method of training individuals

who have little or no knowledge of the craft.

Cerritos College has 4 apprenticeship programs:

Field Ironworkers

SC/PDCA Painters & Decorators of California

SC/PDCA Independent Roofers

ABC – Associated Builders and Contractors

For further information call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2497

DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Classes designed for individuals with disabilities are available

through Adult Education both on campus and at Rancho Los Amigos

Medical Center. For additional information please refer to the

DSPS Program information in this schedule. or visit our website at

www.cerritos.edu/dsps.

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Site Locations and Phone Numbers SITE

ALBR AMH APPK CHAR ACC AHS BTHL BWC BOCO BPCH CERR CSRC CRLU CH CID DCC DOWN DRMC EDPW EFHR FOUN GAHR GARF MPRL JGH KFH LCMC LMAC LMGM LMHS LMRC LPH LRMC LSFL LAH MAYF MHLB MSH MIRH MORR NBRC NMN NSC NTER NOCC COCC PADL PCH PMC PIH RALP RLA SFMC SIMS SOLU SJBH SJHS STMT SUNC VECH WARR WAMC WHS WSC

NAME

LOCATION

Albertson’s Market Anaheim Memorial Hospital Apollo Park Artesia Christian Home Artesia Community Center Artesia High School Bethel Church Betty Wilson Center Boeing Company Buena Park Nursing Center Cerritos High School Cerritos Senior Center Christ Lutheran Church College Hospital Country Inn Downey Downey Community Senior Center Downey High School Downey Regional Medical Center El Dorado Park West Evergreen Fullerton Healthcare Founders Gahr High School Garfield Elementary Imperial Convalescent Home John Glenn High School Kaiser Foundation Hospital - B La Casa Medical Center La Mirada Activity Center La Mirada Gymnasium La Mirada High School La Mirada Resource Center La Palma Hospital Lakewood Regional Medical Center Las Flores Elementary School Los Alamitos Hospital Mayfair High School Memorial Hospital Long Beach Metropolitan State Hospital Mirada Hills Morrison Elementary School Neighborhood Center Norwalk Meadows Nursing Center Norwalk Senior Center Norwalk Terrace Norwalk Urban Village One-Stop Career Center Plus One-Stop Career Center Plus SELACO WIA Padelford Park Paramount Convalescent Hospital Paramount Meadows Nursing Center Presbyterian Intercommunity Ralph’s Market Rancho Los Amigos Saint Francis Medical Center Simms Park Southland Lutheran St. John Bosco High School St. Joseph High School St. Matthias High School Sunbridge Community Center Villa Elena Warren High School West Anaheim Medical Center Whitney High School Whittier Senior Center

1421 W. Manhattan Ave., Fullerton 1111 W. La Palma Ave., Anaheim 12458 Rives Ave., Downey 11614 E. 183rd St., Artesia 18750 Clarkdale Ave., Artesia 12108 E. Del Amo Blvd., Lakewood 10012 Ramona, Bellflower 11641 Florence Ave., Santa Fe Springs 3251 E. Spring Street, Long Beach 8520 Western Ave, Buena Park 13600 E. 183rd St., Cerritos 12340 South St., Artesia 7707 Florence Ave., Downey 10802 College Place, Cerritos 11111 Myrtle St., Downey 7810 Quill Dr., Downey 11040 Brookshire Ave., Downey 11500 Brookshire Ave., Downey 2800 Studebaker Road, Long Beach 2222 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton 18025 Pioneer, Artesia 11111 E. Artesia Blvd., Cerritos 7425 Garfield Ave., Bell Gardens 12926 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada 13520 Shoemaker Ave., Norwalk 9400 Rosecrans Ave., Bellflower 6060 Paramount Blvd., Long Beach 13810 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada 15105 Alicante Rd., La Mirada 13520 Adelfa Rd., La Mirada 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada 7901 Walker Street, La Palma 3700 South St., Lakewood 10039 E. Palm St., Bellflower 3751 Katella Ave., Los Alamitos 6000 N. Woodruff Ave., Lakewood 2801 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach 11400 Norwalk Blvd., Norwalk 12200 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada 13510 S. Maidstone Ave., Downey 9255 Pioneer Blvd., Santa Fe Springs 10625 Leffingwell Rd., Norwalk 14040 San Antonio Dr., Norwalk 15602 Belshire Ave., Norwalk 12440 E. Firestone Blvd., Ste 100, Norwalk 10900 E. 183rd St. Suite 392, Cerritos 18747 Clarkdale Ave., Artesia 8558 E. Rosecrans Ave., Paramount 7039 Alondra Blvd., Paramount 15050 Imperial Hwy., La Mirada 1100 W. Artesia Blvd., Compton 7601 E. Imperial Hwy., Downey 3630 E. Imperial Hwy., Lynwood 16614 Clark Ave., Bellflower 11701 Studebaker Rd., Norwalk 13640 S. Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower 5825 Woodruff, Lakewood 7851 Gardendale St., Downey 12627 Studebaker Rd., Norwalk 13226 Studebaker Rd., Norwalk 8141 De Palma St., Downey 3033 W. Orange Ave., Anaheim 16800 Shoemaker, Cerritos 13225 Walnut St., Whittier

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714-300-6000 714-774-1450 562-904-7238 562-865-5218 562-860-3361 562-926-5566 562-866-0791 562-929-7431 562-860-2451 714-828-8222 562-926-5566 562-916-8550 562-927-4421 562-924-9581 562-869-2401 562-904-7223 562-869-7301 562-904-5000 562-570-1630 714-992-5701 562-860-3351 562-926-5566 562-927-1915 562-943-7156 562-921-8523 562-461-3000 562-634-9534 562-943-0131 562-943-0131 562-868-0431 562-943-0131 714-670-7400 562-531-2550 562-804-6565 562-799-3124 562-925-9981 562-933-2000 562-651-3293 562-947-8691 562-868-9878 562-692-9351 562-864-2541 562-929-5580 562-921-3557 562-864-3960 562-402-9336 562-407-1723 562-634-6877 562-531-0990 562-902-7757 310-884-9000 562-401-7111 310-900-8900 562-866-7510 562-868-9761 562-920-1734 562-925-5073 562-861-2271 562-868-4767 562-868-0591 562-869-7306 714-827-3000 562-926-5566 562-464-3370

scholars’ honors program WHAT IS THE SCHOLARS’ HONORS PROGRAM? the Scholars’ honors Program (ShP) is a social and academic home that Cerritos College offers to talented and motivated students planning to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, especially to the UC and CSU systems. it introduces you to a community of faculty and staff who are committed to helping you succeed and it provides you with a support­ ive environment of fellow-students with similar goals and interests. WHAT DOES HONORS OFFER ME? • Small-enrollment classes giving you direct access to the instructors • One-on-one contact with professors to learn research skills through completing honors contracts • Guaranteed priority consideration for transfer to local UC campuses • Acceptance into honors programs with priority registration privileges at regional CSU campuses • Library privileges at local universities • Opportunities to travel to academic conferences to present research papers

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR THE SHP? Current college students need:

• Minimum 12 units of UC/CSU transferable classes

• A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above in all transferable coursework

• Readiness for English 100 (Freshman Composition)

Students applying from high school need:

• A cumulative GPA of 3.25 in all coursework • Readiness for English 100 (Freshman Composition) HOW DO I JOIN? Go on line to the ShP web page, http://www.cerritos.edu/shp where you can find more information and an on-line application. you can also pick up a paper application at the ShP office (next to the counseling appointments desk in the one Stop Center), or request one by phone: (562) 860-2451, ext. 2728, or by e-mail: [email protected]

HONORS COURSES, FALL SEMESTER, 2009 the following honors sections are limited to 30 seats. you may enroll in them if you have been accepted into the ShP or if you are not in the ShP but have a GPa of 3.0 or above. Students must enroll in the SHP in order to receive honors credit for the course. new students who are eligible for one of these courses are strongly advised to sign up for the honors section of that course. . Astronomy 106:

History of Astronomy Prof. Jim Henriques, 4:00 – 7:00 pm, Thursday UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Physical & Biological Sciences requirement (Plan C: Area 5A)

Class #20117

Earth Science 104:

Oceanography Prof. Dan DeKraker, 3:30 – 6:30 pm, Tuesday UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Physical & Biological Sciences requirement (Plan C: Area 5A)

Class #23487

Economics 201:

Principles of Macroeconomics Prof. Diane Keenan, 9:30 – 11:00 am, Tuesday and Thursday UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Social & Behavioral Sciences requirement (Plan C: Area 4)

Class #23297

English 100:

Freshman Composition Prof. Timothy Juntilla, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Monday and Wednesday Prof. Timothy Juntilla, 9:00 – 11:00 am, Tuesday and Thursday UC/CSU: Fulfills the IGETC Freshman Composition requirement (Plan C: Area 1A)

English 101:

Critical Thinking through Literature Prof. Linda Palumbo, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Monday and Wednesday (2nd 9-weeks) UC/CSU: Fulfills the IGETC Critical Thinking requirement (Plan C: Area 1B)

Class #23370

English 103:

Critical and Argumentative Writing Prof. Stephen Clifford, ONLINE (1st 9-weeks) UC/CSU: Fulfills the IGETC Critical Thinking requirement (Plan C: Area 1B).

Class #21761

English 246A:

Survey of English Literature Prof. Stephen Clifford, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, Monday and Wednesday Prof. Linda Palumbo, 8:00 – 9:30 am, Tuesday and Thursday UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Arts & Humanities requirement (Plan C: Area 3B)

Philosophy 100:

Introduction to Philosophy Prof. Ted Stolze, 8:00 – 9:30 am, Monday and Wednesday UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Arts & Humanities requirement (Plan C: Area 3B)

Speech 110:

Intercultural Communication Prof. Angela Hoppe-Nagao, ONLINE (1st 9-weeks) Prof. Angela Hoppe-Nagao, ONLINE (2nd 9-weeks) UC/CSU: Fulfills an IGETC Social & Behavioral Sciences requirement (Plan C: Area 4)

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Class #20232 Class #20240

Class #20275 Class #20909

Class #20602

Class #24379 Class #21796

Women’s Studies PRogram Fall 2009 classes Women’s Studies 101

Issues for Women in American Society TTh, 9:30 – 11 am Linda Palumbo

Women’s Studies 102

Women in Religion

“Wom en

Women, Their Bodies and Health MW, 12:30 – 2 pm

Ni Bueno

W, 6 – 9 pm

TTh, 9:30 – 11 am

Staff

Physical Education 106

Women’s Studies 106

Women in Sports

ts”

MW, 12 – 1:30 pm

Deborah Jensen

n uma Righ

Health 103

Women’s Studies 103

H

t h s g i are R ’s



TTh, 2 – 3:30 pm

Amy Holzgang

Physical Education 160

Self Defense 18-weeks

F, 10 am – 12 pm

Jeanine Prindle

2nd 9-weeks

TTh, 2 – 4 pm

Jeanine Prindle

Women’s Studies 204

Women in American

History

TTh, 9:30 – 11 am

Susan Oliver

103

Psychology 265

Psychology of Gender MW, 11 – 12:30 pm R. Michelle Lewellen

learning communities How to Register in a Learning Community MyCerritos log on to www.cerritos.edu, select MyCerritos, and follow the directions. important, please note, to enroll in a learning community you must enroll in all courses in the learning community before exiting MyCerritos. Please call the learning Communities Program Center or visit the lCP website for additional information on the enrollment process. Falcon Phone Follow the step-by-step instructions in the schedule of classes. Do not forget to enroll in all the courses in the learning community before ending the call or you will not be registered in any learning community courses. if you encounter problems registering, try reversing the order in which you enter the class numbers. if you encounter any other problems, please contact the learning Communities Program Center immediately for assistance. For more information about enrolling in the Learning Communities Program or for a complete description of each learning community, please check the Internet at www.cerritos.edu/lcp/ or call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2782. DeVeLoPmentaL eDuCation traCk: These courses will help you attain the academic skills necessary to prepare you for advanced courses or to develop your career goals and objectives. EOPS Project AIM 1 Please contact the EOPS Office for more information – ext. 2380 22844 COUN 20 2 units Hurtado 22068 MATH 20 3 units Carreon SI (Required) Carreon

TTh MW M or W

11:00 – 12:00 pm 11:00 – 12:30 pm 10:00 – 11:00 am

Success in Math 22074 MATH 20 (1st 9 wks) 24358 MATH 5 (1st 9 wks)

3 units 1 unit

Mata Mata

MTWTh MTWTh

8:00 – 9:30 am 9:30 – 10:00 am

LC 134 LC 134

24355 20358

MATH 5 MATH 20

1 unit 3 units

Conley Conley

TTh TTh

9:00 – 9:30 am 9:30 – 11:00 am

CB 106 CB 106

24354 20352

MATH 5 MATH 20

1 unit 3 units

Jordan Jordan

TTh TTh

7:00 – 7:30 am 7:30 – 9:00 am

4 units 1 unit

Mariani Lopez

MW M

1:30 – 3:30 pm 12:30 – 1:30 pm

CB 102 CB 102

4 units 1 unit

Lopez Mariani

TTh Th

1:00 – 3:00 pm 3:00 – 4:00 pm

CB 102 CB 102

3 units 3 units

Helberg Crawford

MW TTh

9:00 – 12:00 pm 7:00 – 11:00 am

LC 217 SS 139

Success in Pre-Algebra 20368 MATH 40 23501 MATH 5 or 22075 MATH 40 24357 MATH 5 Introduction to College Reading and Writing 22394 READ 43 (1st 9 wks) 22187 ENGL 20 (1st 9 wks)

FA 75 PS 13

PS 20 PS 20

g.e.traCk: Many of these courses fulfill General Education and/or transfer requirements for Cerritos College, CSU and UC. Check the catalog or with a counselor for more specific information.

ENGL & Technical Ed Careers 22278 ENGL 52 (2nd 9 wks)

3 units

Alvarez

TTh

MATH & Technical Ed Careers 21873 MATH 60

4 units

Mariani

Hybrid

EOPS Project AIM 2 Please contact the EOPS Office for more information – ext. 2380. 20384 MATH 60 4 units Nikdel SI (Required) Nikdel

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MW M or W

7:00 – 11:00 am

LA 26 OL

11:30 – 1:30 pm 1:30 – 2:30 pm

PS 12

learning communities (continued) � Exploring African American History and Culture Through Library Research 24234 ART 108 3 units Trager TTh 8:00 – 9:30 am 22093 LIBR 100 1 unit Sampson Online 2 hrs. arranged or 24240 HUM 108 3 units Trager TTh 8:00 – 9:30 am 22093 LIBR 100 1 unit Sampson Online 2 hrs. arranged Survey the depiction of Black images and the stereotypes created in western culture. Learn to use library resources to research topics related to these issues. Exploring Health Topics Through Library Research 24225 LIBR 100 1 unit

Lopez

FA 43 OL FA 43 OL

2 hrs. arranged

Konstructing Kafka: Writing and Discovering How NOT to Live your Life 24351 COUN 200 3 units Young 23926 ENGL 52 3 units Ernest

MW MW

1:00 – 2:30 pm 11:00 – 1:00 pm

BE 13 FA 62

College Reading and Writing 20705 READ 54 (2nd 9 wks) 22290 ENGL 52 (2nd 9 wks)

MW TTh

9:00 – 12:00 pm 7:00 – 11:00 am

LC 217 SL 107

3 units 3 units

Helberg Crawford

transFer traCk: These courses fulfill transfer requirements for CSU and/or UC. Check the catalog or with a counselor for more specific information. Once Upon a Time: Writing about Children’s Literature 24363 ENGL 100 (1st 9 wks) 4 units 24364 ENGL 222 (1st 9 wks) 3 units See your instructor’s website for class meetings details.

Whitson Stiles

Online TTh

8 hrs. arranged 8:00 – 11:00 am

OL LA 22

The Play’s the Thing 24365 ENGL 103 (2nd 9 wks) 3 units 24366 ENGL 235 (2nd 9 wks) 3 units See your instructor’s website for class meetings details.

Stiles Whitson

Online TTh

6 hrs. arranged 8:00 – 11:00 am

OL LA 22

Rosenfeld Jarrett

MW MW

9:30 – 11:00 am 12:30 – 2:00 pm

SS 224 SS 310

Controversies in History and Speech 22311 SPCH 130 21998 HIST 102

3 units 3 units

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learning communities (continued) � First year exPerienCe traCk: the First-year experience Program (Fye) is a special part of the Learning Community Program. students are enrolled in a full semester’s work at one time. these courses are designed to provide students with a strong start in college. students who are interested in this program should call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2782, for more information.

To register for the First-Year Experience Program, students must call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2782, or see a counselor. All First-Year Experience students are required to attend an information session and Fall Kick-off on Thursday, August 13, from 5-7 p.m. in LC 155. Students will meet their instructors and classmates. They will also receive important information about their classes, parking, and books. To qualify for full-time status, FYE students will need to enroll in an additional course(s) to complete the full schedule of 12 units. This requirement may be met by adding mathematics, reading, or another G.E. course(s). Recommendations for courses to take in addition to each house are listed below. House A1: Developmental Skills Track 21120 TH 101 21138 COUN 10 (1st 9 wks) 21204 COUN 50 (2nd 9 wks) 22852 MATH 20 23500 MATH 5 24014 ENGL 20 Total units: 11.5

Piotrowski Boudreau Boudreau Conley Conley Tashima

3 units 1 unit ½ unit 3 units 1 unit 3 units

TTh TTh T MW MW MW

8:00 – 9:30 am 10:00 – 11:00 am 10:00 – 11:00 am 10:00 – 11:30 am 11:30 – 12:00 pm 2:00 – 4:00 pm

BC 47 PS 8 PS 8 CB 101 CB 101 LA 20

House A2: Developmental Skills Track 22846 COUN 10 (1st 9 wks) 22847 COUN 50 (2nd 9 wks) 20356 MATH 20 24353 MATH 5 22155 ENGL 20 Total units: 11.5

Macias Macias George George Givhan

1 unit ½ unit 3 units 1 unit 3 units

MW M MW MW TTh

11:00 – 12:00 pm 11:00 – 12:00 pm 1:30 – 3:00 pm 3:00 – 3:30 pm 9:00 – 11:00 am

CB 102 CB 103 PS 20 PS 20 BE 1

TTh TTh

11:00 – 1:00 pm 9:30 – 11:00 am 2 hrs. arranged

BE 8 LC 201

TTh MW

9:00 – 11:00 am 11:00 – 12:30 pm 2 hrs. arranged

LA 27 SS 214

MW TTh TTh

8:00 – 9:30 am 9:00 – 11:00 am 12:30 – 2:00 pm

BC 47 LA 25 BE 1

House B: S.T.A.R.S. – Students Taking Action to Reach Success 24381 ENGL 52 Harmon 3 units 20171 COUN 200 Bello-Gardner 3 units 23915 LIBR 100 Gersitz 1 unit Total units: 7 Recommend additional mathematics course to complete the 12-unit schedule. University Transfer House I 20239 ENGL 100 21794 PSYC 251 22095 LIBR 100 Total units: 8 Recommend additional mathematics course to University Transfer House II 22036 TH 151 22312 ENGL 100 20172 COUN 200 Total units: 10 Recommend additional mathematics course to

Kronbeck Gaffaney Moore

4 units 3 units 1 unit

complete the 12-unit schedule. Breit Fabish Herrera

3 units 4 units 3 units

complete the 12-unit schedule.

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learning communities (continued) � Learning Communities CLasses learning communities involve the intentional creation of class pairs or clusters around a common theme or concept. typically, the same group of students is co-enrolled in two or more courses, usually from different disciplines—for instance, history and art, english and career guidance, political science and philosophy. Students enroll in both courses but receive a separate grade for each one. Course instructors integrate their syllabi, encouraging students to gain a deeper understanding of each course, even as they discover connections between the two. Classroom activities, tests, assignments, field trips, research projects, and educational technology are used to engage students in their own learning, as well as provide them with valuable “real-world” skills. Perhaps more importantly, the learning community model promotes student-centered learning, with an emphasis on an enriched classroom environment. it promotes greater intellectual growth and genuine mastery of course content through collaborative activities, frequent feedback, and increased student-teacher and student-student interactions. traditional lecturing is minimized; active learning and thoughtful integration of content are maximized.

Learning Communities Program witHDrawaL PoLiCy When a student enrolls in a group of two or more courses as part of a learning community or Fye house, he or she mUSt meet the PrereQUiSite(S), if there are any, for eaCh course in the combina­ tion. Students enrolled in one section of a course that is part of a learning community must be enrolled in all other courses in that group. if one course is dropped, the student mUSt and Will be DiSenrolleD from all other courses in the learning community. ThERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO ThIS POLICY. Questions if you have questions about the learning Communities Program (lCP), please call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2782, or stop by the lCP Center in the admissions building.

research indicates learning communities promote student achievement, retention, and progress toward degree completion. Faculty benefit from professional development and training, fresh approaches to teaching, and collaboration with colleagues. wHat are tHe BeneFits oF Joining a Learning Community? • Smooth your transition into college • Meet other students and form lasting friendships • Reinforce learning in one class while working on projects in the other • Learn how to choose your major and reach your academic goals sooner • Graduate or transfer to a four-year college or university sooner • Increase your learning and earn better grades are Learning Community Courses transFeraBLe? many of the courses are transferable to CSUs and UCs. See the Schedule of Classes or the Cerritos College Catalog to check specific courses. wHat are tHe reQuirements to enroLL? the only requirement is that you must enroll in all the courses listed for that learning Community. the prerequisites are listed in the Cerritos College Catalog and must be met prior to enrollment. are Learning Community Courses more DiFFiCuLt? no, you will not be required to do more work than if you took the two classes separately. in fact, by taking the courses in a learning community, you may find that material is easier to understand. How wiLL Learning Community Courses Be ListeD on my transCriPt? your transcript will reflect the classes as separate courses.

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For complete course descriptions, see the rregular egular course listings in the schedule of classes. wHat is DistanCe eDuCation?

enroLLing in an onLine Course?

Distance education takes place when a teacher and students are separated by physical distance and technology. In place of traditional classroom delivery, voice, video, data, and print are used to bridge the instructional gap. Cerritos College offers online and hybrid courses. All courses carry full academic credit and their content is equivalent to what you would receive in a more traditional mode of delivery.

Students enroll in online sections in the same manner as regular classes. Consult the general enrollment procedures in this schedule for more information.

aCCessing onLine anD HyBriD Courses:

wHat skiLLs are reQuireD For onLine Learning? Before registering for any online course, you should make sure that you are proficient in the following areas: basic computing, web browsing, email, and word processing. Your instructor will not teach these skills as part of the course content. If you do not possess these skills, you can register for EDT 50, Preparation for Online Learning, or CIS 101, Introduction to Computer Info Systems.

Go to the TalonNet website, http://talonnet.cerritos.edu http://talonnet.cerritos.edu, and log on with your username and password.

Username: This is your 7-digit student ID number. Example: John

Smith, ID #1234567.

Password: Your initial password is your 6-digit date of birth in the

“mmddyy” format. Example: John Smith's date of birth is May 30,

1990. His password would be 053090.

wHat are tHe tyPes oF onLine instruCtion? Online courses occur online. Some instructors may require on-campus attendance for orientation, test-taking, or to satisfy other course requirements. Access to email and the Internet are required to complete work using email, chat rooms, discussion boards, and other instructional tools. Online courses are designated as OL in the published class schedule. Hybrid courses include the combination of traditional in-class instruction with computer-based learning and other instructional technologies. Therefore, students will be required to attend on-campus meetings as scheduled by the instructor, as well as complete work using email, chat rooms, discussion boards, and other instructional tools. These courses are designated as HYBRID in the published class schedule.

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT ThE ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER Phone: (562) 860-2451, x2405 Email: [email protected]

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DISTANcE EDucATION courses ONLINE COURSES

Most work and communications occur online. Access to email and the Internet is required.

ACCOUNTING ACCT 133 23574 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Spreadsheet Accounting I Schmidt 18-week class See www.cerritos.edu/dschmidt for orientation directions. Four on-campus visits are required for this class.

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AJ 101 20055 Orientation:

(3 units) Introduction to Administration of Justice Haynes 18-week class See instructions at http://www.cerritos.edu/dhaynes.

AJ 222 20064 Orientation:

(3 units) Juvenile Procedures Haynes 18-week class See instructions at http://www.cerritos.edu/dhaynes.

ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 115 21872 Orientation: 23312 Orientation:

(3 units) Physical Anthropology 2nd 15-week class Bellas Please see TalonNet for online orientation information. http://www/cerritos.edu/mbellas Abbruzzese 2nd 15-week class Please see TalonNet for online orientation information. http://www/cerritos.edu/mabbruzzese

ART ART 100 (3 units) Introduction to World Art 20078 MacDevitt 18-week class Orientation: No orientation. Please check website for more information at http://www.macdevitt.com or email instructor at [email protected] ART 105B

(3 units)

The Arts of Latin American and the Caribbean: Colonial to the Present 24231 MacDevitt 18-week class Orientation: No orientation. Please check website for more information at http://www.macdevitt.com or email instructor at [email protected]

ASTRONOMY ASTR 103 24265 Orientation:

Introductory Astronomy: The Solar System 18-week class McLarty-Schroeder T 8-18-09 6:00-7:00 pm PS 5 http://cerritos.edu/jmclarty or email [email protected]

(1.5 units) How to Start a Home-Based Business Staff 2nd 9-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 100 22838 21944 22731 Orientation:

(3 units) Fundamentals of Business Livingston 1st 15-week class Finkelstein 2nd 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 101 23505 Orientation:

(3 units) International Business Moriarty 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 104 22867 Orientation:

(3 units) Managing Cultural Diversity Staff 1st 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 105 22702 Orientation:

(3 units) Personal Policy and Procedures Staff 1st 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 106 24301 24305 Orientation:

(3 units) Human Resource Management Livingston 1st 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 107 20846 22310 24127 Orientation:

(3 units) Human Relations in Business Livingston 1st 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 113 22839 22041 22045 Orientation:

(3 units) Legal Environment Of Business Livingston 2nd 15-week class Finkelstein 2nd 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

(3 units)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BA 50 22836 22831 Orientation:

BA 63 23504 Orientation:

(3 units) Math for Business and Finance Staff 1st 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 62 (1.5 units) Business on the Internet 23511 Staff 1st 9-week class Orientation: All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 114 (3 units) Marketing 24302 Staff 1st 15-week class Orientation: All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline. BA 115 23506 Orientation:

(3 units) Management-Business Livingston 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 117 22043 22832 Orientation:

(3 units) Introduction to Supervision Moriarty 1st 15-week class Moriarty 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

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DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � BUSINESS COMPUTERIZED OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES

BA 120 23956 22833 Orientation: BA 121 20127 Orientation:

(3 units)

Management Accounting and Internal Control Staff 1st 15-week class Moriarty 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline. (3 units) Sales Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline. (3 units) Fundamentals of Retailing Staff 1st 15-week class Staff 1st 15-week class Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 132 23981 22834 Orientation:

(3 units) Computer Applications for Managers Livingston 1st 15-week class Moriarty 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

22837 Orientation:

Fundamentals of Importing and Exporting Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline. (3 units) Small Business Management Staff 1st 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 156

(3 units)

22890 Orientation:

Motivational Presentation Skills for Managers Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 204 23512 Orientation:

(3 units) Project Management Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BA 205 24308 Orientation:

(3 units) Organizational Leadership Staff 2nd 15-week class All class information will be available at http://www.cerritos.edu/baonline.

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS BCOM 46 21878 20850 Orientation: 22037 Orientation:

(3 units) Business Communications Sharp 18-week class Sharp 18-week class T 8-18-09 9:00 am Sharp 2nd 15-week class Th 9-10-09 9:00 am All class information will be available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp.

BCOT 62 21888 Orientation:

(1 unit) Computer Keyboarding Sharp 1st 9-week class T 8-18-09 10:00 am BE 14 All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/ msharp. Elizondo 1st 9-week class T 8-18-09 4:00 pm BE 14 http://www.cerritos.edu/selizondo Sharp 2nd 9-week class Th 10-22-09 10:00 am BE 14 All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp.

23515 Orientation:

(3 units)

BA 153 22842 Orientation:

(2 units) Data Entry Soden 1st 9-week class T 8-18-09 10:00 am BE 17 All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/bread.

24281 Orientation:

BA 123 23508 22737 22865 Orientation:

BA 152

BCOT 52 21884 Orientation:

BCOT 63 23513 Orientation: 22143 Orientation:

(1 unit) Keyboarding Speed/Control Building Soden 1st 9-week class Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at http://www.cerritos.edu/bread. Elizondo 2nd 9-week class T 10-20-09 4:00 pm BE 14 http://www.cerritos.edu/selizondo

BCOT 80 22723 Orientation:

(2 units) Processing Law Office Documents Soden 1st 9-week class Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at http://www.cerritos.edu/bread.

BCOT 96 21894 Orientation:

(1.5 units) Microsoft PowerPoint Soden 1st 9-week class Student must e-mail instructor at [email protected] by August 17. All class information is available at http://www.cerritos.edu/bread.

BCOT 97 21896 Orientation:

(1.5 units) Microsoft Outlook Elizondo 2nd 9-week class W 10-21-09 4:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/elizondo

BCOT 113 21941 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Microsoft Excel Elizondo 2nd 15-week class T 9-08-09 5:30 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/elizondo

BCOT 162 21904 Orientation:

(3 units) Business Spelling and Proofreading Skills Soden 18-week class T 8-18-09 9:00 am BE 17 All class information available at www.cerritos.edu/bread. Sharp 2nd 15-week class Th 9-10-09 11:00 am BE 14 All class information is available at www.cerritos.edu/msharp.

24068 Orientation:

BE 14

BE 14

BE 14

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BE 14

CIS 58A (3.5 units) PC Operating System A+ Certification 22047 Lou 18-week class Orientation: Th 8-20-09 5:30-7:30 pm TE 10 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou, email [email protected]

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DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � CIS 70A (3.5 units) Networking Fundamentals 21766 Lou 1st 9-week class Orientation: F 8-21-09 5:30-7:30 pm SS 138 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou, email [email protected] CIS 70B (3.5 units) Network+ Certification 22051 Lou 2nd 9-week class Orientation: F 10-23-09 5:30-7:30 pm SS 138 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou, email [email protected] CIS 101

22758 Orientation:

Introduction to Computer Information Systems Hohly 18-week class M 8-17-09 7:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly Lou 18-week class F 8-21-09 7:00-9:00 pm BE 4 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou or email [email protected] Staff 18-week class F 8-21-09 7:00-9:00 pm BE 4 Fuschetto 2nd 15-week class See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 09/09/09. http://www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto or email [email protected] Fuschetto 1st 9-week class See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8-18-09. http://www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto or email [email protected] Wilson 2nd 9-week class T 10-20-09 12:30-3:30 pm BE 4 http://www.cerritos.edu/jwilson or email [email protected] Staff 2nd 9-week class M 10-19-09 5:00-7:00 pm LA 4

CIS 102

(3 units)

21709 Orientation: 21732 Orientation: 21740 Orientation: 21777 Orientation:

20882 Orientation:

20883 Orientation:

20885 Orientation:

(3 units)

Introduction to Microcomputer Hardware and Applications Software Hohly 18-week class W 8-19-09 5:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly

CIS 103 20887 Orientation: 22145 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Computer Programming Logic Staff 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 9:00-11:00 am SS 138 Nguyen 18-week class Th 8-20-09 5:00-8:00 pm SS 138 http://www.cerritos.edu/pnguyen

CIS 155 21935 Orientation:

(3 units) Microsoft Access Hohly 18-week class Th 8-20-09 5:00-9:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly

CIS 160 22754 Orientation:

(3 units) Web Page Development Nguyen 18-week class T 8-18-09 5:00-7:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/pnguyen or email [email protected]

CIS 163

(3.5 units)

23470 Orientation:

BE-12

SS 138

Dynamic and Interactive Web Page Scripting Nguyen 18-week class SS 139 F 8-21-09 5:30-7:30 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/pnguyen or email [email protected]

CIS 180 20889 Orientation:

Programming in C/C++ (3 units) Nguyen 18-week class M 8-17-09 5:00-7:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/pnguyen or email [email protected]

CIS 182 22760 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Java Programming Mellas 18-week class T 8-18-09 5:00-7:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/dmellas or email [email protected] Wilson 18-week class M 8-17-09 12:30-3:30 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/jwilson or email [email protected]

22764 Orientation:

SS 138

SS 139

BE 12

CIS 201 22768 Orientation:

(3 units) Systems Analysis and Design Fuschetto 18-week class See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8/19/09.

CIS 202B 23473 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Microsoft Project Fuschetto 18-week class See www.cerritos.edu/sfuschetto for orientation document and quiz due 8/19/09.

CIS 205

(1.5 units)

21189 Orientation:

Programming HTML for the World Wide Web Hohly 1st 9-week class F 8-21-09 6:00-8:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

CIS 208A 23475 Orientation:

(3.5 units) Oracle SQL and PL/SQL Hohly 18-week class T 8-18-09 7:00-10:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

BE 12

CIS 211C 22148 Orientation:

(3 units) Special Topics in Database Hohly 18-week class T 8-18-09 7:00-10:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

BE 12

CIS 213F

(3.5 units)

22772 Orientation: CIS 213I 22770 Orientation:

Microsoft Windows Server Administration Lou 18-week class T 8-18-09 5:00-7:00 pm TE 10 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou or email [email protected] (3.5 units)

Implementing a Windows 2003 Network Infrastructure Lou 18-week class T 8-18-09 5:00-7:00 pm TE 10 http://www.cerritos.edu/klou or email [email protected]

CIS 214 22059 Orientation:

(3 units) Unix Mellas 18-week class See instructor’s webpage at http:www.cerritos.edu/dmellas for information.

CIS 271

(1 unit)

21781 Orientation:

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Computer and Information Sciences Occupational Work Experience Hohly 2nd 15-week class F 9-11-09 6:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � CIS 272

(2 units)

22783 Orientation:

Computer and Information Sciences Occupational Work Experience Hohly 2nd 15-week class F 9-11-09 6:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

CIS 273

(3 units)

22784 Orientation:

Computer and Information Sciences Occupational Work Experience Hohly 2nd 15-week class F 9-11-09 6:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected]

CIS 274

(4 units)

21782 Orientation:

CIS 282 23479 Orientation:

Computer and Information Sciences Occupational Work Experience Hohly 2nd 15-week class F 9-11-09 6:00-9:00 pm BE 12 http://www.cerritos.edu/hohly or email [email protected] (3.5 units) Advanced Java Programming Mellas 18-week class See instructor’s webpage at http://www.cerritos.edu/dmellas for information.

COURT REPORTING & CAPTIONING CRCC 57A 23699 Orientation: CRCC 113 24391 Orientation:

(3 units)

Beginning Aural Language Skills for Court Reporters Ravenscroft 18-week class F 8-21-09 8:00-10:00 pm FA 71 http://www.cerritos.edu/cravenscroft (3 units) Legal Terminology Ravenscroft 18-week class Th 8-20-09 6:00-8:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/cravenscroft

CRCC 141A (2.5 units)

Computerized Shorthand Theory Review/Skill Development A 23755 Morgan 18-week class Orientation: Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan. CRCC 141B (2.5 units)

Computerized Shorthand Theory Review /Skill Development B 23755 Morgan 18-week class Orientation: Sat 8-22-09 12:00-2:00 pm Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan. CRCC 162AB(3 units) Q and A Speed Building I 24314 Pulvers 18-week class Orientation: Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan. CRCC 164AB(3 units) Q and A Speed Builidng II 24316 Pulvers 18-week class Orientation: Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan. CRCC 185 23817 Orientation:

(1.5 units) CSR/RPR Examination Preparation Balmages 1st 9-week class Th 8-20-09 1:00-3:00 pm FA 71 Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/mbalmages.

CRCC 192 23809 Orientation:

(2 units) Transcription Procedures Mclean 18-week class W 8-19-09 4:00-6:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/dmclean

CRCC 119A (2.5 units) 23705 Orientation:

Beginning Computer Aided Transcription Cline 18-week class M 8-17-09 4:00-6:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/mcline

FA 71

CRCC 140B (2.5 units) Computerized Shorthand Theory B 23745 Morgan 18-week class Orientation: Sat 8-22-09 12:00-2:00 pm Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan.

FA 71

DANCE

CRCC 119B (2.5 units)

DANC 100 23231 Orientation:

23707 Orientation:

EARTH SCIENCE

Intermediate Computer Aided Transcription Cline 18-week class T 8-18-09 4:00-6:00 pm FA 71 http://www.cerritos.edu/mcline

CRCC 119C (2.5 units) 23709 Orientation: CRCC 138 23820 Orientation:

Advanced Computer Aided Transcription Cline 18-week class T 8-18-09 4:00-6:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/mcline

FA 71

(1 unit)

How to Succeed in Court Reporting School Gallagher 2nd 9-week class F 10-23-09 10:00-12:00 pm FA 71 http://www.cerritos.edu/mgallagher

FA 71

(3 units) Berney Sat

Dance Appreciation 18-week class 8-22-09 2:00-4:00 pm

FA 53

ESCI 104 (3 units) Oceanography 20913 DeKraker 18-week class Orientation: No on-campus orientation. Students should visit instructor's website for course information at http://e-courses.cerritos.edu//ddekraker.

ECONOMICS ECON 201 23302

CRCC 140A (2.5 units) Computerized Shorthand Theory A 23743 Morgan 18-week class Orientation: Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm Class information available at http://www.cerritos.edu/vmorgan.

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(3 units) Principles of Macroeconomics Keenan 18-week class See web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/dkeenan or email [email protected]

DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

General orientation for all online courses is available on the Distance Education website: http://www.cerritos.edu/de EDT 50 21724 21725

(1 unit) Preparation for Online Learning Staff 1st 9-week class Staff 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 52 21728

(1 unit) Windows for Educators Staff 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 100

(2 units)

21734

Integration of the Internet into Curriculum Alexander 1st 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 103 21952

(2 units) Spreadsheets for Educators Alexander 1st 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 104 22804 21736

(2 units) Word Processing for Educators Alexander 1st 9-week class Alexander 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 105 21737 21738

(2 units) PowerPoint for Educators Alexander 1st 9-week class Staff 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 111 21739

(1 unit) Web Design for Educators Alexander 1st 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 120

(2 units)

22809

Exploring Assistive Technology in Education Alexander 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 122 21741

(2 units) Fundraising/Grant Writing for Educators Kristanat 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/lkristanat

EDT 123 22807

(2 units) Internet Tools for Educators Rodriguez 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/carodriguez

EDT 125 21743

(2 units) Fund of Online Teaching Staff 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

EDT 132 22805

(2 units) Using Audio in the Classroom Rodriguez 1st 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/carodriguez

EDT 137 22806

(2 units) iMovie/Movie Maker in Education Rodriguez 1st 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/carodriguez

EDT 150 22808

(2 units) Podcasting in Education Staff 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/calexander

ENGLISH ENGL 100 21735 Orientation: 21804 Orientation: 20905 Orientation: 22853 Orientation: 21729 Orientation: 21731 Orientation: 20243 Orientation: 20236 Orientation: 20904 Orientation: 20237 Orientation: 20249 Orientation: 22861 Orientation: 24363 Orientation: ENGL 103 21761 Orientation: 22112 Orientation: 24365 Orientation: 20265 Orientation: 20270 Orientation: ENGL 107 24359 Orientation:

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(4 units) Freshman Composition Swanson 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 12:30-2:30 pm Email [email protected] Swanson 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 3:00-5:00 pm Email [email protected] Carney 18-week class F 8-21-09 8:00-10:00 am Email [email protected] Clifford 18-week class T 8-18-09 6:00-8:00 pm Email [email protected] Carney 18-week class F 8-21-09 10:00-12:00 pm Email [email protected] Carney 18-week class F 8-21-09 12:00-2:00 pm Email [email protected] Crawford 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 8:00-10:00 am Email [email protected] Booker 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm Email [email protected] Booker 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 12:00-2:00 pm Email [email protected] Shah-Williams 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 9:00-11:00 am Email [email protected] Shah-Williams 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 11:00-1:00 pm Email [email protected] Crawford 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm Email [email protected] Whitson 1st 9-week class T 8-18-09 8:00-11:00 am Email [email protected]

LA 35 LA 35 LA 31 LC 208 LA 31 LA 31 LA 35 LA 21 LA 21 LA 31 LA 31 LA 35 LA 22

(3 units) Critical and Argumentative Writing Clifford 1st 9-week class M 8-17-09 6:00-8:00 pm LC 208 Email [email protected] Clifford 2nd 9-week class M 10-19-09 6:00-8:00 pm LC-208 Email [email protected] Stiles 2nd 9-week class T 10-20-09 8:00-11:00 am LA 22 Email [email protected] Serwin 1st 9-week class F 8-21-09 9:00-11:00 am ASC Email [email protected] Serwin 2nd 9-week class F 10-23-09 9:00-11:00 am ASC Email [email protected] (3 units) Vocabulary Building Stiles 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 9:00-11:00 am Email [email protected]

LA 22

DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � FINANCE FIN 125 23613 Orientation:

(3 units) Personal Finance Fronke 18-week class Orientation and all class work done online. E-mail instructor for directions at [email protected]

LAW 111 23670 Orientation: 23671 Orientation:

GEOGRAPHY LIBR 100 22855 22093 Orientation:

HEALTH

20307 Orientation: 21851 Orientation: 21146 Orientation:

(3 units) Contemporary Health Problems Edwards 18-week class F 8-21-09 6:00-9:00 pm CB http://e-courses.cerritos.edu/cedwards, email [email protected] Bueno 18-week class F 8-21-09 6:00-8:00 pm CB http://e-courses.cerritos.edu/nbueno, email [email protected] Goldman 2nd 9-week class Sun 10-25-09 9:00-11:00 am CB http://e-courses.cerritos.edu.jgoldman Bueno 2nd 9-week class F 10-23-09 6:00-8:00 pm CB http://e-courses.cerritos.edu/nbueno, email [email protected]

24274 Orientation: HIST 103 23314 Orientation:

(2 units) CNC Shop Inspection Real 2nd 15-week class Sat 9-08-09 11:00 am ME 2J http://cerritos.edu/yreal or email [email protected]

MTT 170

(2 units)

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104

24191 Orientation:

Computer Numerical Control Programming Real 2nd 15-week class Sat 9-08-09 11:00 am ME 2J http://cerritos.edu/yreal or email [email protected]

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Political and Social History of the United States: 1500s to 1876 Oliver 18-week class See instructor web page at http://cerritos.edu/soliver or email [email protected]

MATH MATH 60 21873 Orientation:

(4 units) Elementary Algebra Mariani 18-week class F 8-21-09 6:00-8:00 pm http://cerritos.edu/mariani or email [email protected]

PS 20

MATH 80 20968 Orientation:

(4 units) Intermediate Algebra Chalmers 18-week class F 8-21-09 12:00-2:00 pm http://cerritos.edu/gchalmers or email [email protected]

PS 20

MATH 112 23498 Orientation:

(4 units) Elementary Statistics Conley 18-week class F 8-21-09 6:00-8:00 pm http://cerritos.edu/aconley or email [email protected]

PS 11

(3 units)

(3 units)

Political and Social History of the United States: 1877 to Present Oliver 18-week class See instructor web page at http://cerritos.edu/soliver or email [email protected]

(3 units) Mass Communications and Society Staff 18-week class Th 8-20-09 7:00-9:00 pm FA 42 F 8-21-09 7:00-9:00 pm FA 42 This is not a self-paced class. Assignments due twice a week. Students who do not attend an orientation will be dropped. For more information see http://www.cerritosjournalism.

MEDICAL ASSISTING MA 161 21883 Orientation:

(3 units) Medical Terminology Gallant 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-1:00 pm http://cerritos.edu/agallant or email [email protected]

SL 109

MUSIC

LAW LAW 110 23664 Orientation:

(1 unit) Introduction to Library Resources Sampson 18-week class Sampson 18-week class Orientation and ALL course work done online. Check course website for instructions at http://www.cerritos.edu/lsampson.

MTT 56 24190 Orientation:

JOURNALISM JOUR 100 22025 Orientation: or

BE 16

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY 105

HISTORY HIST 102

BE 16

LIBRARY

GEOG 101 (3 units) Physical Geography 21696 DeKraker 18-week class Orientation: No on-campus orientation. Students should visit instructor's website for course information. http//e-courses.cerritos.edu//ddekraker

HED 100 21695 Orientation:

(3 units) Business Law Pribble 18-week class T 8-18-09 5:00-6:00 pm Pribble 18-week class T 8-18-09 6:00-7:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/mpribble

(3 units) Business Law Pribble 18-week class Th 8-20-09 6:00-7:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/mpribble

BE 16

MUS 100 20462 Orientation:

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(3 units) Music Appreciation Pritchard 18-week class F 8-14-09 10:00-11:00 am http://www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard or email [email protected]

BC 53

DISTANcE EDucATION courses (continued) � 22020 Nelson 18-week class Orientation: F 8-14-09 11:00-12:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/dnelson or email [email protected] MUS 101 (3 units) Introduction to World Music 20463 Pritchard 18-week class Orientation: F 8-14-09 11:00-12:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard or email [email protected]

BC 51

PSYC 101 22699 21947 BC 53

(3 units) History of Rock Music Pritchard 18-week class F 8-14-09 12:00-1:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/gpritchard or email [email protected]

MUS 105 20469 Orientation:

(3 units) Music Fundamentals Nelson 18-week class F 8-14-09 10:00-11:00 am BC 51 Website www.cerritos.edu/dnelson is also accessible through TalonNet. Lopez 18-week class F 8-14-09 11:30-12:30 pm BC 68 Website www.cerritos.edu/clopez is also accessible through TalonNet.

BC 53

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 141 21708 Orientation:

(3 units) Fitness and Wellness Edwards 18-week class Check instructor webpage at http:www.cerritos.edu/ cgleckner or email instructor at [email protected]

READ 43 20692 Orientation:

(3 units) Advanced Reading Bettino 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/bettino or email [email protected]

READ 54 20704 Orientation:

(3 units) Advanced College Reading Belroy 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm http://www.cerritos.edu/bbelroy or email [email protected] Bettino 2nd 9-week class http://www.cerritos.edu/bettino or email [email protected]

22524 Orientation:

21946 21062

23944 21789 21257

21708

POL 201 21791

(3 units) American Political Institutions Obazuaye 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ sobazuaye or email [email protected] Obazuaye 2nd 9-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ sobazuaye or email [email protected] Reece 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ breece for specific course instructions or email at

[email protected]

Reece 2nd 15-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ breece or email [email protected] Obazuaye 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ sobazuaye or email [email protected] Falcon 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ falcon for specific course instructions or email at [email protected] Falcon 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/ falcon for specific course instructions or email at [email protected] (3 units) Introduction to Political Science and American Government Reece 18-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/reece for specific course instructions or email at

[email protected]

LC 209

REAL ESTATE RE 101 23620 Orientation: 23640 Orientation:

POLITICAL SCIENCE POL 101 24279

(3 units) General Introductory Psychology Duff 1st 9-week class Duff 2nd 9-week class See instructor web page at http://www.cerritos.edu/kduff for specific course instructions or email at [email protected]

READING

MUS 104B 23358 Orientation:

20466 Orientation:

PSYCHOLOGY

(3 units) Real Estate Principles Brady 18-week class E-mail instructor at [email protected] for class information. Staff 2nd 15-week class E-mail instructor at [email protected] for class information.

SPANISH SPAN 245 21114 Orientation:

(3 units) Introduction to Chicano/Mexican American Culture Arce 18-week class F 8-21-09 7:00-9:00 pm LA 31 http://www.cerritos.edu/arce or email [email protected]

SPEECH SPCH 110 24379 Orientation: 21796 Orientation:

(3 units) Intercultural Communication Hoppe-Nagao 1st 9-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-12:00 pm LA 28 Hoppe-Nagao 2nd 9-week class Sat 10-17-09 10:00-12:00 pm LA 28 http://www.cerritos.edu/anagao or email [email protected]

THEATRE TH 101 20769 Orientation: 21806 Orientation:

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(3 units) Introduction to the Theatre Huber 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-11:00 am FA 43 Huber 18-week class Sat 8-22-09 10:00-11:00 am FA 43 This is not a self-paced class. Assignments due twice a week. Email [email protected] Class meets only once on campus for orientation. See www.cerritos.edu/ rhuber for more information.

Sexual Harassment � it is the policy of the Cerritos Community College District to provide an educational, employment, and business environment free of unwelcome sexual advances, requests or offers for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct or communications constituting sexual harassment, as defined and otherwise prohibited by federal and state statues. the board of trustees and the President-Superintendent have provided regulations and procedures to implement this policy and the regulations and procedures are included as a part of the District’s Staff Diversity Plan. it is a violation of this policy for anyone who is authorized to recom­ mend or take personnel or academic actions affecting an employee or student, or who is otherwise authorized to transact business or perform other acts or services on behalf of the Cerritos Community College District, to engage in sexual harassment as defined below. Sexual harassment occurs when unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature takes place and: 1. is made explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s educational status or employment; or 2. is used as a basis for educational or employment decisions affecting such individual; or 3. has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational or working environment; or 4. is used as the basis for any decision affecting the individual regarding benefits, services, honors, programs, or activities available at or through the District.

informal and formal complaints under this policy shall be processed through the District’s investigation and resolution of Complaints of Unlawful Discrimination procedure through the Faculty and Staff Diversity Officer. The College's policies are available on the website and are also published in the college catalog. PoLiCy on sexuaL anD otHer assauLts Cerritos College is committed to providing a safe and secure environ­ ment for all members of the campus community. the board policy on sexual and other assaults on campus conforms with relevant State and Federal laws. Sexual assault and acquaintance rape are crimes and will be treated as such. any student or employee who becomes a victim of sexual assault or acquaintance rape is encouraged to report the crime immediately to Campus Police. the District is dedicated to providing prompt and compassionate services to all crime victims. in the event of an incidence of sexual assault or acquaintance rape, Student health Services will provide support services and direction. the phone number for Student health Services is (562) 860-2451, ext. 2321. the Chief of Campus Police will notify the President-Superintendent of all reports of sexual assault and/or acquaintance rape. Please see board Policy 3540 and administrative Procedure 3540, Sexual and other assaults on Campus, for more information. this Policy and Procedure are on the board Policy webpage at: http://cms.cerritos.edu/ board/policies/board-policies.

cerritos college Alcohol and Drug Policy � CERRiToS CoLLEgE’S PoLiCy it is the policy of Cerritos College to implement and maintain the provisions of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act amendments of 1989. The college’s policy clearly prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs or alcohol by students and employees on campus or as part of any of its activities. (board Policy 3550)

InFORMATIOn ReGARDInG LeGAL SAnCTIOnS unDeR FeDeRAL, STATe, AnD LOCAL LAWS IS AvAILABLe In The FOLLOWInG LOCATIOnS: 1. library 2. human resources 3. Student activities office 4. Career Services Center 5. Student health Services ALCOhOL/DRuG, ABuSe COunSeLInG,TReATMenT, RehABILITATIOn InFORMATIOn: Referral information and Social Service Directories for Los Angeles and orange Counties are available in the following loca­ tions: 1. Counseling Center, ext. 2231 2. Student health Services, ext. 2321 3. adult re-entry, ext. 2362.

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General Education requirements for the

Associate degree and for transfer to the

california state university � and university of california � requirements for the associate in arts (a.a.) Degree at Cerritos College can be met in one of three different ways: Plan a, b or C. PLAN A is designed primarily for those students interested in pre­ paring for a vocational career upon graduation. Plan a may also be used by university transfer students and for students in vocational majors who may possibly wish to transfer in the future. however, there are courses listed under Plan a that are not transferable for general education credit to the four-year universities. therefore, students wishing to use this option should see a Cerritos College counselor for advice in selecting the a.a. General Education plan that in combination with a major will best match their educational and career goals. Please see the Plan a degree descrip­ tion page for further details.

if a student only wishes to transfer at an upper division level and is not seeking an a.a. degree, a minimum of 60 UC transferable units is required. (See iGetC, UC transfer requirements, and your counselor.) there are important differences among the three plans. in order to select the plan that best meets each individual’s aa and transfer goals, students should see a Cerritos College counselor.

PLAN B is designed primarily for students who will transfer to a California State University (CSU) campus and are not interested in attending a University of California campus. Students may use this plan to combine completion of both the associate in arts general educa­ tion requirements, and the California State University (CSU) General education Certification pattern.Students should see a counselor for advice on selecting the a.a. General education plan that in combination with a major will best match their educational and career goals. Please see the Plan b degree description page for further details. PLAN C is designed primarily for students who intend to transfer to the University of California (UC), or who are undecided between trans­ ferring to the University of California or the California State University. Students may use this plan to combine completion of both the a.a. degree general education requirements and the intersegmental General education transfer Curriculum (iGetC) requirements. Plan C may not be recommended for some majors at certain CSU or UC campuses. Please see the Plan C description page for further details. The significant differences between Plan A, Plan b and Plan C are: Plan A requires the completion of a minimum of 18 units of identi­ fied general education courses and requirements and a minimum of 18 units of specified “major” courses, proficiency requirements and electives, if necessary, to total a minimum of 60 degree applicable units. Plan B requires a minimum of 39 units of identified CSU general edu­ cation courses and requirements plus specified major courses, the health and wellness proficiency requirement, and elective courses, if necessary, for a minimum of 60 degree applicable units. if a student only wishes to transfer at an upper division level and is not seeking an a.a. degree, a minimum of 60 CSU transferable units is required. (See transfer requirements for CSU and your counselor) Plan C requires a minimum of 34 (UC) or 37 (CSU) units of identified general education courses and requirements plus specified major courses, the health and wellness proficiency requirement,and electives,if necessary,to total a minimum of 60 degree applicable units.

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b. Completion of heD 100, 101,103, or 200; th 140-143; mUS 160­ 164; ho 100, 151 or 152; CDeC 161; Pe 100 or WS 103. c. enrollment and completion of allied health program (Da, Dh, rn, Pta, Pharm tech, ma). d. For other options, see your counselor.

a total of 60 degree applicable units including the following requirements must be completed to qualify for the a.a. degree: 1. maJor ProGram reQUirementS: Complete all requirements for the chosen major program under “Major Requirements” in the Cerritos College Catalog. 2. mathematiCS ProFiCienCy reQUirement: this requirement can be met by one of the following options: a. earn a score on the advanced math readiness test sufficient for placement in a course above the level of math 80 or math 80b. b. Completion of math 80 or math 80b with a grade of Pass, or “C”, or higher. c. For other options, see your counselor.

6. General eDUCation reQUirementS: Plan a 18 UnitS a. natUral SCienCeS: 3 UnitS minimUm From either PhySiCal SCienCe or bioloGiCal SCienCeS (1) Physical Sciences astronomy 101, 102, 103, 104, 105l (lab), 106 Chemistry 100 (lab), 110 (lab), 111 (lab), 112 (lab) earth Science 101, 102 (lab), 104, 104l (lab), 106,110 (lab) energy 110 Geography 101, 101l (lab), 103 Geology 101 (lab), 201 (lab), 204, 207 (lab), 208, 209 Physical Science 100, 112 (lab) Physics **50 (lab), 100 (lab), 101 (lab), 102 (lab), 201 (lab), 202 (lab), 203 (lab)

3. reaDinG ProFiCienCy reQUirement: this requirement can be met by one of the following options: a. earn a score on the reading proficiency test sufficient for placement in a course above the level of reaD 54. b. Completion of reaD 54 with a grade of Pass, or “C”, or higher. c. For other options, see your counselor. note: Students completing both English 52 and Reading 54 will be able to count the units from only one course towards the associate in arts degree. 4. WritinG ProFiCienCy reQUirement: Completion of enGl 100 with a grade of Pass,“C”, or higher. 5. health anD WellneSS ProFiCienCy reQUirement: this requirement can be met by one of the of the following options: a. Completion of at least one unit of a Physical education activity course from the approved department list below: Physical education 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 130, 131, 132a, 132b, 133, 134, 135a, 135b, 136, 137, 138, 139, 141, 142, 143, 145, 146, 148, 149a, 149b, 150a, 150b, 151, 153a, 153b, 154a, 154b, 155a, 155b, 156a, 156b, 158a, 158b, 159a, 159b, 160, 170, 171a, 171b, 171C, 172a, 172b, 173, 175a, 175b, 176a, 176b, 177, 178, 179a, 179b, 200, 201, 202, 204, 206, 207, 208, 210, 211, 212, 213, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222, 223, 225, 227, 228, 229, 231, 233, 234, 235, 236, 238, 239, 241, 243, 245, 254, 255 Dance 105, 106a, 106b, 107, 108a, 108b, 109, 110, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 130, 133, 134, 135, 136, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144 118

(2) biological Sciences anatomy and Physiology 120 (lab), 130 (lab), 150 (lab), 151 (lab), 200 (lab), 201 (lab) anthropology **110, 115, 115l (lab) biology 105, 110 (lab), 115 (lab), 120 (lab), 200 (lab), 201 (lab) botany 120 (lab) microbiology 200 (lab) Psychology 241 Zoology 120 (lab) b. SoCial anD behaVioral SCienCeS: 3 UnitS minimUm note: Completion of a u.S. history or government course which fulfills the California State university requirement taken at any accredited institution may be used in lieu of the course requirement. one course from Section b1 or b2 is required. (1) history 101, 102, 103 (this requirement can be met by receiving a score of 3 or better on the College board’s advanced Placement exam, american history. Unit credit is awarded for passing the aP exam option with a score of 3 or better. ) (2) Political Science 101 or 201 (this requirement can be met by successfully passing the College board’s advanced Placement exam. Unit credit is awarded for passing the advanced Placement exam option with a score of 3 or better.) (3) Social and behavioral Sciences

administration of Justice 101

anthropology 100, 120, 170, 200, 201, 202, 203, 205

Child Development 110

Child Development/early Childhood **113

Counseling **150, 200

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economics 101, 102, 201, 202, 204 environmental Policy 200 Finance 125 Geography 102, 105 history 110, 120, 204, 210, 220, 221, 230, 235, 241,242, 245, 246, 250, 255, 260, 265, **270, 275 Journalism 100 Physical education 106 Political Science 110, 210, 220, 230, 260 Psychology 101, 150, 251, 261, 271 Sociology 101, 110, 120, 201, 202, 205, 210, 215, **225, 230, 250 Speech 110 Women’s Studies 101, 106, 202, 204, 205, 206

(2) CommUniCation anD analytiCal thinkinG business Communication **148 Computer and information Sciences **101, **102, **103, **178 engineering Design technology **131 english 101, 103 mathematics **80, **80b, 100, 110a, 110b, 112, 114, 115, 116, 140, 150, 170, 190, 220, 240 Philosophy 103, 106 Psychology 103, 210 reading 200 Speech **60, 100, 120, 130, 132, 150, 235, **271 e. Select an additional general education course from those listed above or a course from Plan b or Plan C so that the earned gen­ eral education units total at least 18.

c. Fine artS anD hUmanitieS: 3 UnitS minimUm From either Fine artS or hUmanitieS note: Courses appearing in more than one category may be used to satisfy only one category. Such courses are marked with an *.

* these courses appear in more than one category, but may only be counted once. ** these courses do not meet the General education requirements for CSU or iGetC.

(1) Fine artS architecture **110, 112 art 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105a, 105b, 106, 107, *108, *109, 110, **113, 116, 120, 130a, 144, 150, **186, **192, 193 Dance 100, 101 humanities: *108, *109 music 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 104b, 105 Photography 100, **150, 160 theatre 101, 102, 103, 104, **110, 150, rtV/th 151, rtV 152, th 159

note: The preceding graduation requirements apply to stu­ dents who were in attendance during the 2009-10 school year and thereafter. Students who enrolled prior to Fall 2009 and who have maintained continuous attendance at Cerritos College have the option of meeting the current requirements or those in effect at the time continuous attendance began.

(2) hUmanitieS art *108, *109 Chinese 101 english 102, 106, 221a, 221b, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 230a, 230b, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 245, 246a, 246b, 248a, 248b French 101,102, 201, 202, 203 German 101, 102, 201, 202 humanities 100, *108, *109 Japanese 101, 102, 201, 202 Philosophy 100, 102, 104, 200, 201, 204, 206 Sign language 101, 102, 201 Spanish 101, 102, 111, 112, 201, 202, 206, 210, 245 Speech 140, **145 Women’s Studies 102 d. lanGUaGe anD rationality: 6 UnitS minimUm Select at least three units from Section D1 and three units from Section D2: (1) enGliSh ComPoSition english 100

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Associate in Arts Degree General Education 2009-10 Plan B and/or The General Education Certification Requirements For The Bachelor's Degree At The California State University

1. oral Communication

Speech 100, 120, 130, 132, 150

2. Written Communication

english 100

3. Critical thinking

english 101, 103; Philosophy 103, 106; Psychology 103;

reading 200; Speech 235

Plan b is designed primarily for students who will transfer to a California State University (CSU) campus and are not interested in attending a University of California campus. Students may use this plan to combine completion of both the associate in arts general education requirements and the CSU General education Certification pattern. Students should see a counselor for advice on selecting the aa General Education plan that in combination with a major will best match their educational and career goals. to earn an associate in arts Degree using Plan b, students must com­ plete a minimum of 60 degree applicable units with an overall grade point average of “C” (2.0) or better which must include the specified general education requirements and designated courses for a major. The Health and Wellness Proficiency requirement must be completed (See description in Plan a). if a student wishes only to transfer and is not seeking an a.a. degree, they can follow the requirements below. however, there are no proficien­ cies required for CSUGe certification. it should be noted that completion of the CSU General education Certification is not required for admission to the CSU nor is it the only way to fulfill the lower division general education requirements. Depending upon the student’s major, it may be advantageous to complete the requirements of the specific campus the student plans to attend. STATE UNivERSiTy GENERAL EDUCATiON CERTiFiCATiON REqUiREmENTS a maximum of 39 units is required to fulfill the CSU lower division general education requirements, with the units to be distributed as follows: nine (9) units in area a; nine (9) units in areas b, C and D, with no more than 30 units total in areas b through D combined; and three (3) units in area e. a letter grade of “C” or better is required in oral Communication, Written Communication, Critical thinking, and mathematical Concepts. Note: Courses appearing in more than one category may be used to satisfy only one category. Such courses are marked with an *. a) Communications: 9 units minimum.

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b) natural Science and mathematics: 9 units minimum. take a course from category 1, 2 and 3. at leaSt one laboratory (lab) mUSt be inClUDeD in CateGory 1 or CateGory 2. 1. Physical Sciences astronomy 101, 102, 103, 104, 105l (lab), 106 Chemistry 100 (lab), 110 (lab), 111 (lab), 112 (lab) earth Science 101, 102 (lab), 104, 104l (lab), 106, 110 (lab) energy 110 Geography 101, 101l (lab), 103 Geology 101 (lab), 201 (lab), 204, 207 (lab), 208, 209 Physical Science 100, 112 (not considered a lab science for CSU Ge) Physics 100 (lab), 101 (lab), 102 (lab), 201 (lab), 202 (lab), 203 (lab) 2. biological Sciences anatomy and Physiology 120 (lab), 130 (lab), 150 (lab), 151 (lab), 200 (lab), 201 (lab) anthropology 115,115l (lab) biology 105, 110 (lab), 115 (lab), 120 (lab), 200 (lab), 201 (lab), 202 botany 120 (lab) microbiology 200 (lab) Psychology 241 Zoology 120 (lab) 3. mathematical Concepts mathematics 100, 110a, 110b, 112, 114, 115, 116, 140, 150, 170, 190, 220, 240 Psychology 210 C) Fine arts and humanities: 9 units minimum. take one course in category 1 and 2. the third course may be taken in either category 1. Fine arts architecture 112 art 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105a, 105b, 106, 107, *108, *109, 110, 116, 120, 130a, 144, 150, 193 Dance 100, 101 humanities *108, *109 music 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 104b, 105 Photography 100, 160 theatre 101, 102, 103, 104, 150, rtV/th 151, rtV 152, th159

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california state university � 2. humanities art *108, *109 Chinese 101 english 102, 106, 221a, 221b, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230a, 230b, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 245, 246a, 246b, 248a, 248b French 101, 102, 201, 202, 203 German 101, 102, 201, 202 history *101, *102, *103, *110, *120, *210, *220, *221, *230, *235, *241, *242, *245, *246, *250, *255, *260, *265, *275 humanities 100, *108, *109 Japanese 101, 102, 201, 202 Philosophy 100, 102, 104, 200, 201, 204, 206 Sign language 101, 102, 201 Spanish 101, 102, 111, 112, 201, 202, 205, 206, 210, 245 Speech 140 Women’s Studies 102 D) Social Sciences: 9 units minimum. take one course in category 1, 2 and 3.



health education 100, 101

health occupations 152

Physical education *106, 141

Psychology *150, 245

Sociology *110, *120

Women's Studies *106, *205

* these courses appear in more than one category, but may be used only to satisfy one category. NOTE: Changes in the above General Education requirements may occur from time to time. If courses are added to or deleted from the pattern, this may affect a student’s selection of courses. Students do not have catalog rights to a certification pattern, regardless of their continual attendance status. CSU transfer credit is noted in individual catalog course descrip­ tions. a complete list of CSU transferable courses offered by Cerritos College can be found on aSSiSt website at www.assist.org.

1. american history history *101, *102, *103 (any one of these courses meet the requirement in U.S. history) 2. american Government Political Science 101, 201 (either of these courses meet the requirement for Constitution and american ideals) 3. Social, Political, historical and economic institutions administration of Justice 101 anthropology 100, 120, 170, 200, 201, 202, 203, *205 Child Development *110 economics 101, 102, 201, 202, 204 environmental Policy 200 Geography 102, 105 history *110, *120, 204, *210, *220, *221, *230, *235,*241, *242, *245, *246, *250, *255, *260, *265, *275 Journalism 100 Physical education *106 Political Science 110, 210, 220, 230, 260 Psychology 101, *150, 251, 261, 265, 271 Sociology 101, *110, *120, 201, 202, 205, 210, 215, 230, 250 Speech 110 Women’s Studies 101, *106, 202, 204, *205, 206 e) Self-Development: 3 units minimum. take one course from the following: anthropology *205

Child Development *110

Counseling 200

Finance 125

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General Education

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Plan C and/or

The intersegmental General Education

Transfer Curriculum (iGETC)

For Transfer To UC And CSU

b) Critical thinking-english Composition

(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)

english 101, 103

Philosophy 103

Psychology 103

Speech 235

C) oral Communication (CSU only)

(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)

Speech 100 +, 120, 130, 132+

Plan C is designed primarily for students who intend to transfer to the University of California (UC) or are undecided between transferring to the UC or the California State University (CSU). Students may use this plan to combine completion of both the aa Degree general education require­ ments and the iGetC General education requirements. the purpose of iGetC is to provide an option for students to fulfill lower division general education requirements prior to transferring to a UC or CSU campus. Depending upon the student’s major and campus choice, it may be advantageous to complete the requirements of the specific campus the student plans to attend. in general, it is not advisable for transfer students preparing for majors at any UC campus requiring a high number of units, such as engineering and science, to use iGetC. Plan C can be fulfilled by completing the iGetC requirements speci­ fied for either the UC or CSU. A letter grade of “C” or better is required in all Plan C courses. to earn an associate in arts degree using Plan C, students must com­ plete a minimum of 60 degree applicable units with a grade point average of “C” (2.0) or better which must include the specified general education requirements and designated courses for a major. The Health and Wellness Proficiency requirement must be completed (See description in Plan a). if a student wishes only to transfer and is not seeking an a.a. degree, they can follow the requirements below. however, there are no proficiencies required for iGetC certification. it should be noted that completion of iGetC is not required for admission to the UC or CSU. Further information and other regulations pertaining to iGetC and the associate in arts Degree are found in the catalog. AREA 1 ENGLiSH COmmUNiCATiON CSU: Courses from a, b, and C required.

UC: Courses from a and b required.

a)english Composition

(1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)

english 100

AREA 2 mATHEmATiCAL CONCEPTS AND qUANTiTATivE REASONiNG (1 course, 3 semester/4-5 quarter units)

mathematics 100, 112+, 114+, 115, 116+, 150+, 170+, 190, 220, 240

Psychology 210+

AREA 3 ARTS AND HUmANiTiES (3 courses, with at least one from a and one from b below;

9 semester/12-15 quarter units)

a)arts

architecture 112+

art 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105a, 105b, 106, 107, *108, *109

Dance 100, 101

humanities *108, *109

music 100, 101, 103, 104, 104b, 105

Photography 160

theatre 101, 102, 103, 104, 150, 159

b) humanities

art *108, *109

english 102, 106, 221a, 221b, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228,

230a, 230b, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 245, 246a, 246b,

248a, 248b

French 201, 202

German 102, 201, 202

history *101+, *102+, *103+, *110, *120, *210+, *220, *221,

*230, *235, *241, *242, *245, *246, *250, *255, *260, *265, *275

humanities 100, *108, *109

Japanese 102

Philosophy 100, 102, 104, 200, 201, 204, 206

Sign language 201

Spanish 102+, 112+, 201, 202, 205, 210, 245

Women’s Studies 102

AREA 4 SOCiAL AND BEHAviORAL SCiENCES (3 courses from at least two disciplines or an interdisciplinary sequence: 9 semester/12-15 quarter units)

anthropology 100, 120, 170, 200, 201, 202, 203, 205

Child Development 110

economics 101+, 102, 201, 202

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california state university � and university of california � at the discretion of the receiving CSU campus. it is recommended

that this requirement be met prior to transfer. the following will

meet the CSU american institutions requirement.

6 units, one course from Group 1 and one course from Group 2.

Group 1: history 101+, 102+, 103+

Group 2: Political Science 101+, 201+

enviromental Policy 200 Geography 102, 105 history *101+, *102+, *103+, *110, *120, 204, *210+, *220, *221, *230, *235, *241, *242, *245, *246, *250, *255, *260, *265, *275 Physical education 106 Political Science 101+, 201+, 210, 220, 230 Psychology 101, 150, 251, 261, 265, 271 Sociology 101, 110, 120, 201, 202, 205, 210, 215, 250 Speech 110 Women’s Studies 101, 106, 202, 204, 205, 206

C) the UC-bound student should be aware of the american history and institutions requirements at the campus of choice. requirements do vary. See your counselor for details. +Credit limitation. UC credit limitations may apply for certain courses in iGetC, as well as other UC transferable courses which are not in iGetC. an explanation for each course which has credit limitations appears in the college catalog course description. For details, see your counselor.

AREA 5 PHySiCAL AND BiOLOGiCAL SCiENCES (2 courses, one from a and one from b below; at least one course must include laboratory (lab); 7-9 semester/9-12 quarter units) a) Physical Sciences astronomy 101, 102+, 103+, 104, 105l (lab) 106

Chemistry 100+ (lab), 110+ (lab), 111 (lab), 112 (lab)

earth Science 101, 102 (lab), 104, 104l (lab), 106, 110+ (lab)

Geography 101, 101l (lab), 103

Geology 101+ (lab), 201 (lab), 207 (lab), 208, 209

Physical Science 100+

Physics 100+ (lab), 101+ (lab), 102+ (lab), 201+ (lab), 202+

(lab), 203+ (lab)

b) biological/life Sciences anatomy and Physiology 120+ (lab), 130+ (lab), 150+ (lab), 151+ (lab), 200+ (lab), 201+ (lab) anthropology 115, 115l (lab) biology 115 (lab), 120+ (lab), 200 (lab), 201 (lab), 202 botany 120 (lab) microbiology 200 (lab) Psychology 241 Zoology 120 (lab) * these courses appear in more than one category, but may be used only to satisfy one category . ADDiTiONAL REqUiREmENTS a) UC only: language other than english there are several ways to satisfy this requirement. they include: a. Complete two years of the same foreign language in high school with a grade of “C” or better. b. Complete first college course in any foreign language or Sl 101. c. earn a minimum score of 500 on an appropriate College board achievement test in a foreign language. d. For other options, see your counselor. b) CSU only: the CSU has a specific american institutions requirement that is separate from the general education requirements. Courses used to meet the american institutions requirement may be used to satisfy requirements for the iGetC,

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Services For Students � The following pages describe the student services available at Cerritos College. We sincerely hope that you take the time to become familiar with these services and use them often to meet your goals at the college. The telephone extension of each service is listed. The college telephone number is (562) 860-2451. aCaDemiC suPPort Center ext. 2404 the academic Support Center (aSC) is a campus support system designed to provide services and information to students who want to acquire, improve, review or maintain personal learning skills. the aSC has a centralized location where students develop learning skills that will improve their efficiency and effectiveness in the classroom. The ASC offers tutorial services in almost all subjects, individualized instruction from Cerritos College faculty, study skills workshops sup­ port for online students, computer proficiency certification and much more. all services are free to Cerritos College students. the aSC is located in the lower level of the lrC in lC166. aCCiDent insuranCe ext. 2321 accident insurance is provided by Cerritos College to all enrolled stu­ dents in the event of an accident or injury during college sponsored and supervised activities. it may assist in covering medical bills incurred by students and athletes. there are benefit limitations and some exclusions in the policy, so it is important to work with the Student health Services staff to insure optimum coverage. Students enrolled at Cerritos College, whose children are injured while using the officially designated child­ care facility on campus, are covered by accident insurance. aDmissions anD reCorDs ext. 2211 the admissions office has many functions. it is responsible for: appli­ cation for admission, permanent records, transcript requests, student academic petitions, verification of student enrollment to appropriate institutions, and a segment of the enrollment procedure. Concerns should be directed to the Dean of admissions, records, and Services. except during enrollment, the admissions office hours are 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., monday-thursday; 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Friday. For additional infor­ mation visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/admissions. assessment testing ext. 2599 assessment testing is administered in the Career Services Center. results are used for advisement in selecting classes. tests for reading, math, english writing, and eSl placement are administered in the Career Services Center. Please check our website at www.cerritos.edu/ career-services/assessment-testing for testing schedule. atHLetiCs ext. 2864 Cerritos College is a member of the South Coast Conference. Cerritos men’s teams are represented in: baseball, basketball, cross country, football (mission Conference), soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, water polo and wrestling. Cerritos women’s teams are represented in: basket­ ball, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and water polo. Bookstore ext. 2462 the Cerritos College bookstore is maintained by the Follett higher education Group in association with the aSCC. the store carries required materials, new and used textbooks, reference materials, school supplies, snacks, imprinted gifts and clothing. masterCard, Visa, american express, and Discover are accepted. Fall and spring semester

regular hours are: 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., monday through thursday; 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Friday; closed on Saturday and Sunday. CaLworks ext. 2356 the Cerritos College CalWorks Program assists students who are receiv­ ing temporary assistance for needy Families (tanF), are in good standing with the college, and have developed or are in the process of developing a welfare-to-work plan with the local county welfare office. the program provides eligible students with counseling, educational and career plan­ ning, job search assistance, referrals to campus and community based organizations, up-to-date information regarding Welfare reform rules, and advocacy with the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS). For eligible students, the CalWorks program also provides work-study oppor­ tunities and payment for childcare services during class and work hours. the CalWorks office is located in the Career Services Center. to make an appointment with a CalWorks Counselor, please call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2356. For additional information, please visit our website at www.cerritos. edu/calworks. CamPus news serViCes ext. 2618 to keep you abreast of news and interesting aspects of campus life, student publications are available to you free of charge. Produced by students in the Journalism Department is the award-winning weekly newspaper Talon Marks. the paper provides timely coverage of campus news and highlights, sports, and current events. Campus news is also available online at the talon marks website at www.talonmarks.com and on the campus radio station WPmD, located at 1700 on the am dial or www.cerritos.edu/wpmd. in addition, the Falcon Flyer, published by the aSCC, lists scheduled campus events and can be obtained in the Student activities office. Career PLanning ext. 2356 Career planning is available to individuals who are currently enrolled, who have graduated, or who hold certificates from Cerritos College. Career planning provides opportunities to explore career options as well as the use of highly sophisticated computerized search programs which include the internet. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the skills, interests, and values inventories that are available to them in the Career Services Center. a career counselor will assist you to understand the assessment results and help you in choosing a career or major. Career serViCes Center (located in the administration Building)

ext. 2356

the Career Services Center offers the following services to assist students in exploring and planning their academic and vocational futures: (1) assessment testing, ext. 2599; (2) Career Planning, ext. 2356; (3) Student employment –Job Placement, ext. 2366; (4) reentry Programs, ext. 2362; and (5) transfer Center, ext. 2154.you may visit our website at www.cerritos. edu/career-services. the Career Services Center is open monday through thursday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.; and Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. CHiLD DeVeLoPment Center ext. 2583 the Cerritos College Child Development Center is a nationally accredited Program that services students, college employees and the community. the Center is also a laboratory school for future teachers in the field of early Childhood education. our purpose is to provide a safe, nurturing, exceptional early childhood education program for children from 2½ – 5 years old. inspired by the schools of reggio emilia, italy, we use a constructivist approach to learning. Cerritos College Child Development

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Services For Students � Center is open from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., monday through Friday. We foster an emergent curriculum, one that arises out of the children’s interests and responses to the prepared indoor and outdoor classroom environment and their experiences. We offer three types of programs: The Preschool Program serves children from ages 2½ – 5 years old and is available for full-time care anytime from 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Parttime care is available monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. The LAUP Program: the los angeles Universal Preschool program serves children turning 4 years old by December 2 and provides a school readiness program. We offer two sessions: a morning session that meets from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., monday through Friday, and an afternoon session from 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., monday through Friday. Pre-kindergarten Family Literacy Program: this program serves children who will turn 4 years of age by December 2, and offers a language-rich and print-rich environment in which to develop language and school readiness skills. this new program is funded by the State Department of education and families must meet the income and need eligibility requirements for no fee or reduced fees. PkFlP is available monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Students interested in these services must contact the Child Development Center and fill out a request for Child Care application or call (562) 860­ 2451, ext. 2583, or (562) 461-5051. CounseLing ext. 2231 Counselors are available in the Counseling Center to assist you with academic advisement, establishing realistic goals and devising a sound educational plan to meet those goals. Counselors can keep you abreast of current requirements for your major. Counselors are available on a half-hour appointment basis or on a limited walk-in basis for brief con­ sultations. online counseling is available at www.cerritos.edu/counseling. Counseling Center hours are: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., monday – thursday; 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Friday. DisaBLeD stuDent Programs anD serViCes ext. 2333 Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) was established to provide support so that students with disabilities can participate in general campus programs and activities to the greatest extent feasible. resources available to qualified disabled students include: specialized counseling and guid­ ance classes, adaptive physical education, interpreters for the deaf, mobility aides, assistance with registration, assistive technology, and more. For more information call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2333; (562) 467-5043/tty or visit our website at http://www.cerritos.edu/dsps/. extenDeD oPPortunity Program ext. 2398 anD serViCes (eoPs) eoPS is a state-funded program designed to assist students who are edu­ cationally and financially disadvantaged. the program has a three-fold mission which includes: (1) recruitment, (2) retention, and (3) transfer to the university or employment. Some of the services provided to eoPS students include a summer bridge program, academic counseling, early enrollment assistance, grants, university application waivers and eoP nomi­ nations, and participation in Supplemental instruction (Si) workshops and achievement in mathematics (aim) Program.the eoPS office is located on the south side of the administration building. eoPS hours are: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., monday through thursday; 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Friday.

FinanCiaL aiD oFFiCe (located in the administration Building) ext. 2397 the Financial aid office offers grants, work-study opportunities, loans, and scholarships provided by federal and state governments and local agencies. the Free application for Federal Student aid (FaFSa) can be filed on the web at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. the federal school code for Cerritos College is 001161. Financial aid office hours are: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., monday through thursday; 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Friday. For addi­ tional information visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/finaid. HeaLtH insuranCe ext. 2321 Supplemental insurance is available on a voluntary basis for health and hospitalization coverage. Students interested should contact Student health Sevices for insurance information and application. HeaLtH serViCes ext. 2321 health services are available to all students currently enrolled at Cerritos College upon proof of enrollment. First aid and referrals are available to all faculty, staff and visitors. the Student health Services is staffed by a group of professionals which include physicians,nurse practitioners,registered nurses, medical assistants, and clerical support. they are all dedicated to your health and wellness. the ShS is able to provide basic outpatient services for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and sub-acute illnesses and injuries. A brief overview of services includes urgent care,preventive care,women’s and men’s health care, as well as, chiropractic services, referrals to psychological and optometric services, and a variety of support services (pharmacy, laboratory, health education, etc.). accident, international student, and supplemental insurances are also available through the ShS. office hours are currently: monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. We invite you to visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/health or call (562) 860-2451, extension 2321. We are located on the southeast corner of campus and would like to extend an invita­ tion for you to stop in and visit us anytime. internationaL stuDent Center ext. 2133 the international Student Center welcomes F-1 international students to attend Cerritos College, a sevis- approved institution. the Center provides international students assistance with admissions, counseling, immigration advisement, cultural adjustment and educational support while they pursue their academic goals. We assist international students in their relations with the United States Citizenship and immigration Services (USCiS) and other U.S. and foreign governmental agencies while they main­ tain proper immigration status at Cerritos College. Students with other visa status (e.g., b-2, F-2, h-4, etc.) are given the provisions to change to F-1 sta­ tus. mandatory medical insurance is required for all F-1 students attending Cerritos College. Visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/isc or call us at (562) 860-2451, ext. 2133, for further information or for an international student application package. JoB PLaCement ext. 2366 Cerritos students and alumni who are looking for employment may review job listings in the Job Placement center, located in the Career Services Center. additional listings may be viewed through the internet. Internship opportunity assistance is also offered. Handouts on job search tips, job hunting resources, resume writing, interviewing skills, and dress for professionals are available on request. Job Placement coordinates the Disney College Paid Internship Program, job fairs, major-related field trips and/or job shadowing. Job Placement is open

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Services For Students � monday through thursday,8 a.m.-7 p.m.,and Friday,8 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information, call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2366, email [email protected]­ ritos.edu, or visit us at www.cerritos.edu/career-services/job-placement. LiBrary anD Learning resourCe Center the Wilford michael library and learning resource Center (lrC) is located near the center of campus.it provides a wide variety of services and materials. the library is available for study and research. it contains more than 110,000 books and reference materials and 250 print magazine and newspaper subscriptions. the library provides access to the integrated library catalog; the Internet; hundreds of magazine, journal, and news­ paper titles in various online subscription databases. Copy machines are also available in the library for student use. librarians are available for reference assistance. the lrC houses the following services: library (ext. 2430), independent Study Center (ext. 2442), instructional media Services (ext. 2438), Computer assisted instruction (Cai) (ext. 2185), innovation Center (ext. 2797), academic Support Center(aSC) (ext. 2404), math learning Center (ext. 2659), reading Center (ext. 2856), and Writing Center (ext. 2855). Please call for the operating hours within each service area. Parking ext. 2325 all parking at Cerritos College is by permit only. a one-term park­ ing permit may be purchased at enrollment or anytime during the semester in the admission and records office. a daily permit may be obtained from the yellow dispensers located in the student park­ ing lots. the dispensers accept quarters or $1.00 bills (dispensers do not provide change or refunds). metered parking is also available. Students may not park in staff parking lots or stalls unless they have a qualified disability, and have a valid “DP” plate or placard and a current student parking permit displayed. Visitors with qualified dis­ abilities are not required to purchase a parking permit if they display a valid "DP" plate or placard and park in “blue Curb” zones. Persons displaying a “DP” plate or placard may not park in spaces reserved for “Carpool” or board members. Parking is free in all white-lined stalls during the first week of each semester and the first week of the first summer session. VEHICLES WITHOUT A PERMIT OR INCORRECTLY PARkED MAY BE ISSUED A PARkING CITATION. PLEASE REFER TO THE COLLEGE CATALOG FOR ADDITIONAL PARkING INFORMATION.

transCriPts/VeriFiCation oF enroLLment ext. 2211 a transcript of all college work completed may be obtained by submit­ ting a written request in the admissions and records office. if ordered on campus, the first two transcripts (whether official or unofficial) and verifications of enrollment are free. For subsequent copies, a fee of $3 is charged for each regular transcript; a $10 fee is charged for each rush transcript (2-hour turnaround). the fee for verification of enrollment is $2 for three to five working days processing time or $7 for 24-hour service. Please contact the admission and records office by phone or check the website at www.cerritos.edu/, "MyCerritos", "transcripts", for information on ordering transcripts via the web. transFer Center ext. 2154 the transfer Center offers information, referrals and counseling ser­ vices. the Center provides current information on transfer programs, general education information, educational advising with university representatives, and financial aid information for the university. the transfer Center is located in the Career Services Center. office hours are: 8 a.m.-7 p.m., monday–thursday; 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday. Visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/transfer. Veteran’s aFFairs oFFiCe ext. 2120 the primary function of this office is to certify to the Veteran’s administration that eligible veterans are enrolled at the college and pursuing an approved educational goal. the Veteran’s affairs office is located within admissions and records in the administration building.

PsyCHoLogiCaL serViCes ext. 2321 Psychological services, crisis intervention, and referrals are available to students experiencing emotional problems or concerns. Please contact Student health Services at extension 2321 for assistance or visit our website at www.cerritos.edu/health. re-entry resourCe Program ext. 2362 the re-entry resource Program assists adults returning to school make a smooth transition, overcome barriers unique to returning adults, and successfully attain their college goals and objectives. Services include personal assistance, orientations, workshops based on re-entry student issues, support groups, and information regarding child care, finan­ cial aid, career counseling, job placement and community resources. re-entry students of varied ages find these services relevant to their needs and interests. the re-entry resource Program is located in the Career Services Center. office hours are monday, 10:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.; tuesday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 126

Empezando en cerritos college � aDmisiones y registro ext. 2211 la oficina de admisiones tiene muchas funciones. es responsible por: solicitud de admisión, registros permanentes, peticiones de transcripción, peticiones académicas, verificación de matriculación de estudiantes para las instituciones pertinentes, y un segment de el procedimiento de matriculación. Preguntas y comentarios pueden ser dirigidos al Decano de admisiones y Servicios de registro. Salvo en el tiempo de inscripción, el horario de la Oficina de Admisiones is the 8 am a 7 pm, de lunes a jueves; 8 am a 4 pm, viernes. Para obtener información adicional, visite nuestro sitio de web en www.cerritos.edu/admissions.

ayuDa FinanCiera (ubicada en el edificio de la administración) ext. 2397 La Oficina de Ayuda Financiera ofrece becas, trabajo y oportunidades de studio, préstamos y becas otorgadas por los gobiernos federales y estatales y agencias locales. la Solicitud Gratuita de ayuda Federal para estudiantes (FaFSa) puede llenarse en la web en http://www.fafsa. ed.gov. el código de Cerritos College es 001161. el horario de la oficina de Ayuda Financiera es: 8 am a 7 pm, lunes a jueves; 8 am a 4 pm los viernes. Para obtener información adicional, visite nuestro sitio web en www.cerritos.edu/finaid.

examenes De eVaLuaCion ext. 2599 exámenes de evaluación se administrant en el Centro de recursos Profesionales (Career Service Center). los resultados se utilizan para la asesoría en la selección de clases. las pruebas de lectura, matemáticas, inglés escrito, y la colocación de eSl, son administrados en el Centro de recursos Profesionales. Para información sobre los horarios de pruebas, por favor visite el sitio oficial de cerritos en www.cerritos.edu/career-services/assessment-testing .

estaCionamiento ext. 2325 estacionamiento en Cerritos College es permitido sólo con permiso de estacionamiento. Permisos para cada semestre pueden comprarse durante el proceso de inscripción o en cualquier otro momento durante el semestre en la oficina de admisión y registros. Permisos de estacionamiento para un sólo día puede obtenerse en los dispensadores amarillos situados en los estacionamientos para estudiantes. los dispensadores aceptan monedas de $.25 o billetes de $1 (los dispensadores no proveen cambio o devoluciones). también hay estacionamiento medido disponible. los estudiantes no deberán estacionarse en estacionamientos asignados a el personal a menos que sean discapacitados y tengan una placa o cartel “DP” y muestren un permiso vigente de estacionamiento para estudiantes. los visitantes discapacitados no están obligados a adquirir un permiso de estacionamiento siempre y cuando muestren una placa o cartel “DP” válida y se estacionen en los espacios marcados de azul (“blue Curb zones”). las personas que expongan una placa o cartel “DP” no deberán estacionarse en los espacios reservados para vehículos de viaje compartido o para miembros de el consejo (“Board Members”). Estacionamiento es gratis en todos los espacios delineados de blanco durante la primera semana de cada semestre y la primera semana de la primera sesión de verano. VehiCUloS Sin Un PermiSo o inCorreCtamente eStaCionaDoS reCibiran Una inFraCCion De eStaCionamiento. Favor de consultar el catálogo del colegio para obtener más información con respecto a estacionamiento.

LiBreria ext. 2462 la librería de Cerritos College es operada por el Grupo Follet higher education, en asociación con la aSCC. la tienda brinda materials nec­ esarios, libros nuevos y usados, materiales de referencia, útiles escolares, bocadillos, regalos y ropa impresa. mastercard, Visa, american express y Discover son aceptados. las horas regulares de otoño y Primavera son: 7:30 am a 7:00 pm, de lunes a jueves; 7:30 am a 2:00 pm, viernes. Cerrado sábados y domingos. ConseJeria ext. 2231 Los consejeros están disponibles en el Centro de Asesoramiento para ayudarle con asesoría académica,el establecimiento de metas realistas y la elaboración de un sólido plan de educación para alcanzar esos objetivos. Consejeros pueden mantenerle al corriente de las necesidades actuales de su carrera. Los consejeros están disponibles por medio de citas de media hora o limita­ damente sin cita para breves consultas. Consejería en línea está disponible en www.cerritos.edu/counseling. el horario del Centro de asesoramiento es: 8 am a 7 pm, lunes a jueves; 8 am a 4 pm, viernes. El Centro de Asesoramiento estará cerrado el viernes 26 de septiembre y 24 de octobre del 2008. Programas y serViCios Para DisCaPaCitaDos ext. 2333 Programas y Servicios para estudiantes Discapacitados (DSPS) fué creado para brindar apoyo a fin de que los estudiantes con discapacidades puedan participar, en general, en los programas y actividades de la institución en la mayor medida posible. los recursos disponibles para estudiantes con discapacidades calificados son: clases especializadas de orientación y asesoramiento, educación física de adaptación, intérpretes para sordos, ayudantes para mobilizarse, asistencia con el proceso de registración, tecnología asistiva, y más. Para obtener más información, llame al (562) 860-2451 ext. 2333; (562) 467-5043/tty o visite nuestro sitio web en http:// www.cerritos.edu/dsps.

if you have questions or need information in spanish about Cerritos College, please call the office of admissions at (562) 860-2451,

extension 2211, monday through thursday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

additional information is available in spanish on pages 6-10 and 13.

si usted tiene preguntas o necesita información en español acerca del Colegio de Cerritos, llame por favor a la oficina de admisiones al

numero (562) 860-2451, extensión 2211, Lunes a Jueves entre las horas de 8:00 de la mañana – 7:00 de la noche y el Viernes entre las horas

de 8:00 de la mañana – 4:00 de la tarde. información adicional está disponible en español en las páginas 6-10 y 13.

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Disabled Student Programs and Services � Individuals with limitations due to a disability may receive support services and instruction from one or more of six programs at Cerritos.Those with mobility, visual, hearing, speech, psychological and other health impairments as well as learning and developmental disabilities are served. All students are provided with an initial interview, counseling and referral as needed through Central Intake and Services (CIS). Additional non-classroom related assistance for all students includes: registration assistance. campus orientation, placement tests, elevator access, parking, matriculation and support with initial disability management issues. Special instruction and services which are classroom related and ongoing disability management are provided through the Centers described below. For further information or an initial appointment contact DSPS at (562) 860-2451, ext. 2333/(562) 467-5043 TTY, or visit our website at http://www.cerritos.edu/dsps/. enroLLmentassistanCe For DisaBLeDstuDents: ContaCt CentraL intake anD serViCes For FurtHer DetaiLs — aDVanCe aPPointment reQuireD. ext. 2333

The Learning and Evaluation Center (LEC) provides learning disability evaluations and follow-up referrals to appropriate DSPS centers and campus resources. These services include:

The Alice Collins Resource Center for Students with Disabilities (ACRCSD) is located in the Santa Barbara

Building. This center assists students with mobility, vision, psy­ chological, or other health limitations. The services available to qualified students include: disability management, in-class aides, note takers, reading assistance, test taking assistance, referral to textbooks on tape, liaison with instructors and access to a variety of on and off campus agencies such as the Department of Rehabilitation. All classroom-based support services that involve either testing accommodations or the use of hourly DSP&S student personnel (other than inter­ preters) are also provided by the Service Facilitator housed in the ACRCSD. The Instructional Support Center (ISC) provides dis­

ability management, instruction and technology support services to students with all types of disabilities. Services available include: pre-registration, interpreters and real time captioning, textbooks on tape, liaison with instructors and other campus offices, tape recorder and calculator loan, liaison with Regional Center and other agencies. The ISC also houses the Assistive Training and Information Center and Alternate Media Production Center for those students in need of alternative text or adapted access to computers. Brailled and large print texts and instruction in screen reader programs such as JAWS and voice activation software such as Dragon Dictate are present at this location. Adapted equipment and software is also located throughout the cam­ pus. An Independent Mediation Lab providing specialized instruction in approaches to accommodate the limitations of a cognitive disability is also available.

• Screening, testing and certification of learning disabilities. • Recommends academic accommodations according to the unique assessment data gathered. • Refers students to the Instructional Support Center for in-class support services and to learn assistive technology. • Instruction on assistive technology, learning strategies and universal design for learning. • Educates students on their unique learning strengths and weaknesses profile to prepare them for self-advo­ cacy and success. The Learning evaluation Center will provide outreach to the Cerritos College campus and high schools within the Cerritos College district. Adaptive Physical Education (APE) The health and

Physical education Division offer Pe 120 through Pe 124 designed to offer sedentary or aerobic activities, circuit weight training, or swimming for students with disabilities. Classes are held twice a week. Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center, in Downey, affords the opportunity for patients to attend Cerritos College courses at that facility. In addition to assistance in the basic skills of reading, writing and computation, instruction in clerical areas is available. The satellite campus at Rancho is designed for students who are affiliated with specific hospital services, either on an inpatient or outpatient basis.

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cONTINuING STuDENT APPOINTMENT ASSIGNMENT a continuing student is defined as one who has completed a course during the 2009 Spring or Summer semester with any grade or notation. this formula does not apply to College bridge or Special admit students. aLLoCation oF enroLLment aPPointments For Continuing stuDents wiLL not Be on a First-Come, First-serVeD Basis, But on a Point system. Continuing students will be awarded points toward an enrollment appointment on the following basis: 1. One point for each prior unit earned at Cerritos College to a maximum of 90 points. To allow for a fair and just allocation of enrollment time slots, a student point total (in this category only) will be reset to “zero” when the units at Cerritos College exceed 90. 2. in addition, points will be awarded for the following conditions: a. one point for each unit enrolled in after the last day to drop. b. bonus points are awarded based on current load (after last day to drop).

0 – 3 units 0 points

3.5 – 6 units 2 points 6.5 – 9 units 4 points 9.5 – 15 units 6 points 15.5 or more units 10 points C. a ten point bonus is given to students with a 2.0 or higher grade point average. Grade points are awarded in this manner. note: GPa is computed by adding grade points (as shown below) and dividing by units attempted.

a 4 grade points

b 3 grade points

C 2 grade points

D 1 grade points

F, W, FW 0 grade points D. Student numbers are used to separate students with the same total points. 3. College bridge and Special admit students are not eligible for priority enrollment appointments. note to stuDents: if you wish to receive a grade in the mail you should supply your instructor with a self addressed, stamped postcard. you also have the option of picking up your grades from the admissions and records office. gRADES ARE NoT MAiLED To STuDENTS.

AcADEMIc SuPPORT cENTER Do you need tutoring in any of your Cerritos College courses? Do you need help managing your time efficiently? Do you need to learn how to take good lecture notes or learn how to better study from your textbook? Do you need help dealing with the stress of going to college? the academic Support Center can provide the answers and the help that you’re looking for. all Cerritos College students may attend any of the free services listed below. Visit the aSC information Desk in lC 166 for more information! Individualized Instruction from Faculty Faculty members are available at various times for assistance in math, english, speech, etc.

Tutorial Services Walk-In math & English tutoring Tutoring by appointment in other subjects

Technology Training & Computer Proficiency training sessions offered in word processing, spreadsheets, multimedia presentations, and the internet. earn a Computer Proficiency Certificate in all areas.

workshops in the ASC Workshops in various topics such as, how to read your textbook, how to take Great notes, Stress management, Student Success, and many more!

Support for Online Students Walk-in support for online students online FaQ’s technical Support hotline oWl-online Writing lab

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Student Services and Policies � assoCiateD stuDents the associated Students of Cerritos College (aSCC) provides the gov­ erning body that finances, organizes, and directs many programs for the student population. it “cosponsors” with the district such activities as touchtone registration, athletics, choir, band, forensics, drama, and student newspaper. Students are encouraged to participate in campus clubs and organizations. the club program is an ever-growing phase of campus life, with new clubs forming every year.With more than 60 clubs, students are provided the opportunity to become involved in curricular, special interest, and social programs. the inter-Club Council meets regularly to give all clubs and organizations the chance to share their activities collectively. For additional information about the aSCC and campus clubs, please stop by the Student activities office, or call (562) 860-2451, ext. 2473. statement oF stuDent rigHts anD resPonsiBiLities PreamBLe the community college exists for the transmission of knowledge, the pursuit of truth, the development of students and the general well-being of society. Free inquiry and free expression are indis­ pensable to the attainment of these goals. as members of the academic community, students should be encouraged to develop the capacity for critical judgment and to engage in a sustained and independent search for truth and knowledge. Freedom to teach and freedom to learn are inseparable facets of academic freedom. the freedom to learn depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions in the classroom, on the campus and in the larger com­ munity. Students should exercise their freedom with responsibility so as not to endanger the rights, goals and beliefs of other students. Cerritos College should be open to all qualified students regardless of race, creed, national origin, disability or sex. CLassroom rigHts anD resPonsiBiLities the professor in the classroom and in conference should permit free discussion, inquiry and expression of thought by the student. Student performance should be evaluated solely on an academic basis, not on opinions or willingness to accept professors’ personal beliefs, or con­ duct unrelated to academic standards. Students should be free to take reasoned exception to the data or views offered in any course of study for which they are enrolled and for maintaining standards of academic performance established for each course in which they are enrolled. the student has the right to have the course taught in a systematic, mean­ ingful manner and of knowing at the beginning of the course those academic standards required of the student in the course. administrative staff and faculty members should respect confidential information about students such as student views, beliefs and political associations, which is acquired in the course of their work. transcripts of academic records should contain only information about academic status. on tHe CamPus rigHts anD resPonsiBiLities Students should be free to examine and discuss all questions of interest to them, and express opinions publicly and privately. they should be free to organize and join associations to promote their common inter­ ests. the membership, policies and actions of a student organization will be determined by vote of only those persons who hold bona fide membership in that college organization. Campus advisors shall advise organizations in the exercise of their rights and responsibilities.

Student organizations shall be required to submit a statement of purpose, criteria for membership, rules of procedures, a current list of officers and the advisor shall certify the list of verified members. Campus organizations should be open to all students. Student and student organizations should be free to support causes by orderly means which do not disrupt the regular and essential operation of the college. Student organizations shall have the right to recommend, invite and to hear any person of their own choosing as long as such speakers and topics are in accordance with federal, state and local laws, and guarantee the safety of students and protection of public property. Guest speakers invited by students or student organizations should be subjected only to those policies, requirements, and regulations as estab­ lished by the board of trustees in order to insure an appropriate and meaningful contribution to the academic community. it should be made clear to the academic community and the larger community that the public expressions of students, student organizations and guest speak­ ers speak only for themselves. as constituents of the academic community, students should be free, individually and collectively, to express their views on issues of institu­ tional policy, instruction, the evaluation of professors as it pertains to their course content and on matters of general interest to the student body. in tHe Larger Community College students are both citizens and members of the academic com­ munity. As citizens, students should enjoy the same freedom of speech, peaceful assembly and right of petition that other citizens enjoy. As citizens, they should be subject to civil law as others and may incur penalties prescribed by civil authorities when violating these laws. only where the college’s interest as an academic community are distinct and clearly involved should the special authority of the college be asserted. stuDent PuBLiCations Student publications and the student press perform the traditional roles of informing, entertaining and influencing. they are both instructional and informational, and as such should meet the highest academic and professional standards in serving the broad col­ lege community and should set forth as the primary goal of the student newspaper the coverage of news events, happenings and experiences on the college campus. associated Student body, administrative and academic authorities, in consultation with students and advisors have the responsibility to define and clarify the role of student publications, and the standards to be used in their evaluation. they must also assure that both academic freedom and editorial free­ dom are protected and exercised so that the integrity of the student publications program and the free press will not be compromised. it is incumbent upon student editors and managers to act according to the highest ethics of responsible journalism. This corollary responsibil­ ity includes careful adherence to the laws of libel and good taste, and such considerations as the avoidance of indecency, undocumented alle­ gations, attacks on personal integrity, and the techniques of harassment and innuendo and should allow adequate space for rebuttal and differ­ ing views in regard to articles in which there is some controversy. Safeguards to assure freedom of the student press with responsibil­ ity should include freedom from censorship or arbitrary control of the press, and protection of editors and managers from arbitrary attack, suspension, or removal because of disapproval of editorial policy or content by any external influence.

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Student Services and Policies � stuDent grieVanCe PoLiCy in accordance with the Statement of Student rights and responsibilities, this policy describes the procedures by which a student(s) of Cerritos College may air his or her grievances as applied to and regarding aca­ demic, administrative, and instructional matters relating to students, and including, but not limited to, any grievance dealing with any academic or management employee of Cerritos College. a grievance shall herein be defined as any act depriving a student of any of the rights set forth in the statement of “Student rights and responsibilities,” or any State, Federal, or local codes. Grades and grad­ ing grievances are not covered by this policy. Students should refer to “Grades or Grading Grievance Policy.” grieVanCe ProCeDure: steP i – inFormaL aCtion A. The student (or group of students), who believe that an injustice has been done to him (them), shall first attempt to resolve the matter by informal discussion with the employee(s) involved. b. if the problem is not resolved in step 1-a, an informal discussion should take place with the person at the lowest level of authority directly above the person(s) at which the complaint is directed. C. if the grievant still believes the issue has not been resolved satisfactorily, they may obtain a student grievance form from the office of Judicial affairs. after completion of this form, specifying the time, place, nature of the complaint and remedy or correction requested, it should be submitted to the Coordinator of Judicial affairs who will send a copy of the written statement to the aSCC Supreme Court Chief Justice and the Vice President of academic affairs. this statement must be submitted within thirty (30) instructional days after the grievant has become aware of the act or condition on which the complaint is based. an instructional day is defined as any day monday through Friday that all normal college business is conducted,both in the classroom and in the administrative offices. all weekend days and college holidays are excluded. D. the aSCC Supreme Court Chief Justice or Court designee shall attempt to resolve the problem through informal meeting and discussion among the pertinent parties while remaining neutral on all issues involved. this informal meeting and discussion will attempt to involve the levels of management or administration concerned with the problem and should be completed within ten (10) instructional days. in the event the informal procedure fails, then the formal procedure would be implemented. steP ii – FormaL aCtion A. Preliminary 1. if the grievant does not believe the grievance has been resolved,then the grievant must request through the Chief Justice Step ii-Formal action. the Chief Justice upon receiving the request of the grievant shall call a meeting of the Student Grievance hearing Committee. the hearing Committee will be composed in the following manner: (a)aSCC Chief Justice, or designee, and two (2) Court Justices or designees, Vice President of academic affairs or administrative designee, Faculty Senate President or Senate designee, and one (1) Faculty Senate member, chosen by the Faculty Senate.

2. the Chief Justice or designee shall serve as the hearing Committee Chair, but shall have no vote in committee decisions. the five voting members of the hearing Committee shall be selected within the first six weeks of the school year. names selected by the Faculty Senate, aSCC Senate, and aSCC Cabinet are to be submitted to the Chief Justice. members of the Committee will serve for an academic year. 3. the Vice President of academic affairs or administrative designee shall serve as hearing Committee executive Secretary. the executive Secretary, a voting member of the committee, shall be responsible for keeping necessary records of committee hearings and assist the aSCC Chief Justice in the conduct of the hearing. 4. Grievance Committee members are to deal with all grievances in a confidential manner, except when both parties agree to a public hearing or otherwise required by law. 5. any party to the grievance may challenge for cause any member of the hearing committee prior to the beginning of the hearing by addressing a challenge to the hearing Committee Chair. the Chair shall determine whether cause for disqualification has been shown. if the hearing Committee Chair determines that sufficient grounds for removal of a member of the committee have been presented, the hearing Committee Chair shall remove the challenged member or members and request a substitute from the original appointing constituent group. B. Formal Hearing the hearing Committee shall conduct its proceedings according to the following procedures: 1. the hearing Committee must meet within fifteen (15) instructional days after informal action has been completed and grievant has requested formal hearing. 2. the Chair must notify the parties involved within five (5) instructional days before the hearing of the date, time, and location of the hearing and must include a copy of the written complaint, a copy of the Statement of Student rights and responsibilities, and copy of the Grievance Procedure. 3. Four (4) members shall constitute a quorum by which business may proceed. the quorum must include at least one student member, one faculty member, and one administrative member. 4. both parties shall have the right to present personal statements, testimony, evidence, and witnesses. each party shall have the right to be present, to be accompanied by the person of their choice, and to question witnesses who are present. 5. the hearing Committee shall discuss the charge, hear the testimony, examine the witnesses, and receive all available evidence to the charge. 6. the hearing shall be closed to the public unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by both parties. 7. the hearing Committee shall make decisions in private. the hearing Committee shall write up findings and decisions. Copies of findings and decisions, including majority and minority reports, are to be sent to each party and the College President. the hearing Committee’s decision shall be final unless appealed. 8. a recording of the proceedings shall be kept in a confidential file in the office of Judicial affairs and shall be available at all times to parties directly involved. all documents, communications, and records dealing with the processing of a grievance will be filed separately from the personnel files of the participants. after a period of four years, the grievance file shall be destroyed.

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Student Services and Policies � 9. reprisals of any kind will not be taken by the District or any of its agents against any party of interest or any other participant in the grievance procedure by reason of such participation. 10.evidence and testimony given in each case presented shall not be the sole cause of initiating or filing further grievances. 11.if the grieved party does not respond within the time limits provided herein, the grievance is considered terminated and no further action will be taken. 12.the number of instructional days indicated at each step herein should be considered a maximum and every effort must be made to expedite the process. time limits may be extended by mutual consent in writing or by decision of the hearing Committee. 13.the hearing Committee should attempt to reach a decision by discussion and consensus on a workable solution. Voting should be a last course of action. 14.if in the course of the proceedings, a student graduates before a solution is found, the student shall not be denied full consideration under this policy. a student may also submit a grievance after graduation if the grievance did not become known until that time. however, it must be submitted within thirty (30) instructional days after the grievant should have reasonably become aware of the act or condition on which the complaint is based. steP iii – aPPeaLs ProCess 1. if either party is dissatisfied with the recommendation of the hearing Committee,an appeal must be submitted within ten (10) instructional days to the College President/Superintendent provided the President is not a direct party to the grievance. if the President is a party to the grievance, and either party is dissatisfied with the recommendation of the hearing Committee, an appeal may be submitted directly to a Vice President, provided the Vice President is not a direct party to the grievance.. 2. Upon receiving the findings and recommendations of the hearing Committee, and after examination of the appeal as requested by either party, the President or alternate may accept or reject the hearing Committee’s decision. 3. If the President or alternate rejects the Hearing Committee’s decision, he or she shall submit his/her decision with the stated reasons for objections to the Hearing Committee within ten (10) instructional days. the hearing Committee shall within ten (10) instructional days reconsider its decision(s) and resubmit them to the President for a final decision. 4. the President shall transmit his final decision to both parties and the Faculty Senate vice chairman or designee within ten (10) instructional days. 5. an appeal of the President’s decision may be submitted to the board of trustees by either party within five (5) instructional days of the President's decision. The Board may review an appeal for two (2) consecutive regular board meetings before making a final determination of the matter at the District level. 6. the President or board of trustees may change a hearing Committee’s decision only after reviewing a transcription of the hearing.

stuDent graDes or graDing grieVanCe PoLiCy in accordance with the Statement of Student rights and responsibilities, Section: “Classroom rights and responsibilities,” this policy describes the procedure by which a student of Cerritos College may present his/ her grievance on grades or grading practices. the California education Code, Section 76224, quoted, states clearly the conditions upon which grades or grading can be questioned. “When grades are given for any courses of instruction taught in a community college district, the grade given to each student shall be determined by the instructor of the course and the determination of the student’s grade by the instructor, in the absence of mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incompetence, shall be final.” grieVanCe ProCeDure steP i a student who believes a final grade received was due to mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incompetence shall meet with the faculty member to resolve his/her concern. steP ii 1. the student will obtain a grade grievance form from the office of Judicial affairs. 2. the student must return the grade grievance form to the office of Judicial affairs within thirty (30) instructional days after the completion of the course for which the grievance was filed. an instructional day is defined as any day monday through Friday that all normal college business is conducted, both in the classroom and in the administrative offices. all weekend days and college holidays are excluded. 3. the Coordinator of Judicial affairs will meet with the student and review the grade grievance form. if the student wishes to pursue the grievance, the Coordinator of Judicial affairs will sign and date the form. 4. the Coordinator of Judicial affairs will present a copy of the grade grievance form to the Division Dean. the Division Dean may schedule a meeting of all concerned if appropriate. the Division Dean should schedule a meeting only if the form has the signature of the Coordinator of Judicial affairs and is dated. the Division Dean shall make a recommendation to the parties within ten (10) instructional days. steP iii if either party is dissatisfied with the recommendation of the Division Dean, he/she may appeal the matter to the Vice President of academic affairs or designee within ten (10) instructional days of each recom­ mendation. the Vice President of academic affairs or designee shall call a meeting with the student, the aSCC Chief Justice, Division Dean, and if needed, the faculty member. the Vice President of academic affairs or designee shall make a recommendation to the parties within ten (10) instructional days.

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Student Services and Policies � steP iV if either party is dissatisfied with the recommendation of the Vice President of academic affairs, he/she may appeal the matter to the President of the College within ten (10) instructional days of such recommendation. if a faculty member is dissatisfied with a recom­ mendation and neither acts on it, nor appeals it, the Vice President of academic affairs will forward the matter to the President. the President will review the recommendation and if needed, request persons involved in the grievance to meet. the President shall make a recommendation within ten (10) instruc­ tional days. if either party is dissatisfied with the recommendation of the President, an appeal of the President’s recommendation may be submitted to the board of trustees by either party. the appeal must be submitted within ten (10) instructional days after the President’s recom­ mendation. the board may review an appeal for two (2) consecutive regular board meetings, and if needed, request persons involved in the grievance to appear before making a final determination of the matter at the District level. stuDent ConDuCt PoLiCy DisCiPLinary ProCeeDing in all disciplinary actions the student should be informed of the nature of the charges against him, that he/she is given a fair opportunity to refute them, and that the institution not be arbitrary in its actions. introDuCtion the California education code requires every community college gov­ erning board to adopt specific rules governing student behavior along with applicable penalties for violation of such rules. Students enrolling in Cerritos College assume an obligation to abide by all college regulations.

6. Willful or persistent smoking in any area where smoking has been prohibited by law or by regulation of the District. 7. Committing sexual harassment as defined by law or by District policies and procedures. 8. engaging in harassing or discriminatory behavior based on race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by law. 9. Willful misconduct that results in injury or death to a student or to District personnel or that results in cutting, defacing, or other injury to any real or personal property owned by the District or on campus. 10. Disruptive behavior,continual or willful disobedience and/or persistent defiance of the authority, habitual profanity or vulgarity, or abuse of District personnel or where the presence of the student causes a continuing danger to the physical safety of students or others. 11. Cheating, plagiarism (including plagiarism in a student publication), or engaging in other academic dishonesty. 12. Dishonesty; forgery; alteration or misuse of District documents, records, or identification; or knowingly furnishing false information to the District. 13. Unauthorized entry upon or use of District facilities. 14. lewd, indecent or obscene conduct on District-owned or controlled property, or at District-sponsored or supervised functions. 15. engaging in expression that is obscene; libelous or slanderous; or that so incites students as to create a clear and present danger of the commission of unlawful acts on college premises, or the violation of lawful District administrative procedures, or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the District. 16. Persistent, serious misconduct where other means of correction have failed to bring about proper conduct. 17. Unauthorized preparation, giving, selling, transfer, distribution, or publication, for any commercial purpose, of any contemporaneous recording of an academic presentation in a classroom or equivalent site of instruction, including but not limited to handwritten or typewritten class notes, except as permitted by any board policy or administrative procedure. 18. Unauthorized use of audio, video or other listening, recording or transmitting device in any classroom, service area or District activity without prior consent of the instructor, service area manager, or activity advisor except as necessary for reasonable accommodation. 19. Sexual assault and/or battery; rape, including acquaintance rape; or physical abuse of another person. 20. misrepresentation of oneself or of an organization to be an agent of the District. 21. Continued disruption on or off District property of the District’s educational or student services activities, administrative functions and procedures, public service functions, authorized curricular or co-curricular activities, other functions, or prevention of authorized guests from carrying out the purpose for which they are on District property. 22. abuse of any person or any possession of any person, on Districtowned or controlled property. 23. Violation of state or local laws, board policies, or administrative procedures concerning the registration of student organizations, the use of District facilities, or the time, place, and manner of public expression.

grounDs For DisCiPLinary aCtion a student may be disciplined for one or more of the following causes which must be District related. these categories of behavior are not intended to be an exhaustive list, but are examples of causes and are good and sufficient cause for disciplinary action. 1. assault, battery, or any threat of force or violence, or causing, attempting to cause, or threatening to cause physical injury to another person. 2. Possession, use, sale, or otherwise furnishing any firearm, knife, explosive, or other dangerous object or chemical, including but not limited to any facsimile firearm, knife, or explosive on Districtowned or controlled property or at District-sponsored or supervised functions without the prior authorization of the President/ Superintendent or designee. 3. Unlawful possession, use, sale, offer to sell, or furnishing, or being under the influence of, any controlled substance listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the California health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind; or unlawful possession of, or offering, arranging, or negotiating the sale of any drug paraphernalia, as defined in California health and Safety Code, Section 11014.5. 4. Committing or attempting to commit robbery or extortion. 5. theft, attempted theft of, or willful damage to District property or property in the possession of, or owned by, a member of the college community or knowingly receiving stolen property or private property on District premises. 133

Student Services and Policies � 24.abusive behavior directed toward coercion of, or hazing of a member of the college community. 25. Violation of board policies or administrative procedures governing the use of student user accounts, computers, and telecommunication resources, including but not limited to the unauthorized entry, opening, or viewing of a file, the unauthorized use of another individual’s identification and password, sending obscene or abusive messages or files, and/or use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of another student or employee of District. 26. engaging in physical or verbal disruption, intimidation, or harassment of such severity or pervasiveness as to have the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with a student’s academic performance, or District employee’s work performance, or of creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational or work environment. 27. Violation of a duly issued restraining order, stalking, and/or a pattern of conduct with intent to follow, alarm, or harass another person, and which causes the person to reasonably fear for his or her safety, and where the pattern of conduct persisted after the person has demanded that the pattern of conduct cease. 28. Failure to identify oneself when requested to do so by District officials acting in the performance of their duties. 29. any other cause not listed above which is identified as “Good Cause” by the education Code or that disrupts the college, its mission, or campus life. DisCiPLinary aCtions anD ProCeDures 1. Official Reprimand: an admonishment or warning that becomes part of a student’s file and is considered in the event of future violations. a. may be initiated by any faculty or college manager and sent in writing to the office of Judicial affairs. b. the Coordinator of Judicial affairs shall determine if there exists good and sufficient reason to initiate disciplinary action and student should be notified of such actions. 2. Disciplinary Probation: Disciplinary action which may include, but is not limited to, exclusion of the individual from designated co-curricular activities of the college community. a. Shall be initiated by the office of Judicial affairs. b. the nature of the misconduct, dates, time and place, and length of probation shall be placed in writing. Written copies shall be sent to the student, and copies filed with the office of Judicial affairs. 3. Instructor Removal: instructor may remove a student from his or her class when the student has interfered with the instructional process. Duration will be for the day of the removal and the next class meeting. a. the instructor or instructional Dean shall immediately report the removal to the office of Judicial affairs for appropriate action such as official reprimand, suspension, or recommendation of expulsion. 4. Suspension: is an action defined as exclusion from college for a specified period of time. a. Suspensions shall be initiated by the President or designee. b. the duration of the suspension from one or more classes shall be for a period of up to ten (10) instructional days of instruction, for the remainder of the academic term, or from all classes and activities of the community college for one or more terms. c. there may be an immediate suspension when necessary to protect lives or property and to insure the maintenance of order pending a hearing within ten (10) instructional days.

5. Expulsion: is defined as the removal of a student from any and all classes of the college. a. only the board of trustees may expel students for “Good Cause” or when other means of correction fail to bring about proper conduct of a student. b. the duration of the expulsion may be indefinitely. c. the expulsion is noted in the permanent file of the student. d. readmittance after expulsion requires board action. Hearing ProCeDures according to the education Code, the suspension or expulsion of a student shall be accompanied by a hearing. 1. A Hearing Board shall be responsible to the President for reviewing and making recommendations to the President. 2. Membership of the Hearing Board shall include the following: a. a hearing board: two members of the instructional staff appointed by the Faculty Senate. b. Students: two Court Justices appointed by the aSCC Chief Justice. c. management: the Coordinator of Judicial affairs or a member of the management staff of the college appointed by the President. the manager shall serve as the Chairperson of the hearing board, but will not vote except to break a tie. 3. Procedures For a Hearing: a. Written notice of a hearing shall be mailed or delivered to the student. a hearing must be held within ten (10) instructional days of the suspension if the suspension is an immediate suspension. a school day is defined as any day monday through Friday that all normal college business is conducted, both in the classroom and in the administrative offices.all weekend days and college holidays are excluded. b. notice shall include date and place of hearing, a statement of all charges, a copy of applicable policies and procedures pertaining to suspension and expulsion, opportunity of student to appear in person, or to employ and be accompanied by counsel, at their own expense, and the opportunity to present evidence, oral and documentary. c. hearings shall be conducted in the manner consistent with the orderly conduct of the affairs of the college,which seems to the hearing board most conducive to the determination of the truth. d. all hearings shall be tape recorded.transcriptions and a transcript shall be available at all times to parties directly involved, at their own expense. e. immediately following the hearing, the hearing board shall submit the recommendation to the President. the President and/ or designee will make the final decision on the suspension. f. the decision of the President to suspend shall be given to the student in writing. the decision of the board to impose expulsion shall be given to the student in writing within two regular board meetings.

JuDiCiaL aFFairs information regarding student rights and responsibilities is available from the Coordinator of Judicial affairs. the coordinator is available to meet with you to explain the “System” and your rights with regard to student grievances, student conduct and academic-related student grievances. this office also serves as a source of information and/or referral for all student problems and concerns. the office of Judicial affairs is located in the Student activities office. inquiries should be directed to the Coordinator of Judicial affairs in the office of Student activities or by calling (562) 860-2451, ext. 2471. 134

Student Services and Policies � titLe ix PoLiCy no person shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any “… education program of activity which…” benefits from Federal financial assistance. (title iX of the education amendments of 1972).

it is the policy of the State of California to afford all persons, regardless

of their sex, equal rights and opportunities in the educational institu­ tions of the state. (educational Code sections 200 – 264.)

in compliance with title iX and board Policy 3410,Cerritos College’s educa­ tional programs and activities are offered to the total Community without

regard to sex. Questions regarding title iX policies affecting the educational

program should be directed to the Faculty and Staff Diversity officer in the

human resources office by calling (562) 860-2451, ext. 2276.

eQuaL oPPortunity PoLiCy Cerritos College does not unlawfully discriminate in educational oppor­ tunities on the basis of race, sex/gender, religion, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, marital status, or disability and is subject to state and federal non-discrimination laws. the District is strongly committed to achieving staff diversity and the prin­ ciples of equal opportunity employment. the District encourages a diverse pool of applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,ancestry,sex,age,religion,marital status,disability,Vietnam Veteran status, or sexual orientation, in any of its policies, procedures, or practices.the college encourages applications from all segments of qualified people and board Policy 3400 prohibits such discrimination. Questions concerning the application of the policy may be addressed to the human resources office by calling: (562) 860-2451, ext. 2276. seCtion 504/508/ameriCans witH DisaBLities aCt PoLiCy Under Section 504/508/aDa of the rehabilitation act of 1973 and title ii of the americans with Disabilities act of 1990, Cerritos College will take all necessary steps to ensure that no student with a verified disabil­ ity is denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or otherwise subjected to discrimination because of the absence of auxiliary aids or academic accommodations. the decision to authorize such aids or accommodations is the responsibility of the Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) Dean, Disability Specialist, or DSPS counselor after a review of documentation verifying the disability and any resulting educational limitations. it is the responsibility of the student with a verified disability and resul­ tant educational limitation to apply for DSPS assistance in the Santa barbara building and to file a request for accommodations with DSPS via the college form entitled “Disabled Student Program and Services – application for Services”. the request should be completed with adequate notice provided for an effective response. Classroom related requests will be reviewed for approval on the “Service request Form” and, upon approval by DSPS, notification will be sent within 3 days to any involved instructor by DSPS staff. the instructor will respond to the request in writing in a timely manner. non-return will be construed as agreement. if the instructor denies the classroom related request(s) the DSPS Dean, or designee, will intervene with the appropriate academic staff and attempt to resolve the matter. in the event of continued denial of an

accommodation request or request for course substitution or waiver DSPS will provide the student with the policy, procedures and form entitled “academic accommodation request Form”. the DSPS Dean or designee, will concurrently inform the student that he/she has the right to file a grievance under the college’s discrimination grievance proce­ dure and/or the office for Civil rights and will provide the student with the information necessary to do so. inquiries regarding DSPS or the district’s non-discrimination policy relative to students, employees, or applicants with disabilities should contact the 504/508/aDa Coordinator at ext. 2334, or human resources at ext. 2276. Complaint Procedure the complaining party should first discuss the complaint regarding discrimination due to a disability with the individual (s) involved or with the Cerritos College Section 504/508/aDa Coordinator at ext. 2333 or the Faculty and Staff Diversity officer at ext. 2284. the 504/508/aDa Coordinator may contact all parties concerned and attempt to reach some resolution of the problem. if the complaint cannot be resolved within ten working days, the complaining party may then proceed to file a formal complaint. the informal complaint procedure is optional. aCaDemiC Honesty/DisHonesty PoLiCy your instructors are eager to help you succeed in your studies at Cerritos College. But success means more than just receiving a passing grade in a course. Success means that you have mastered the course content so that you may use that knowledge in the future, either to be successful on a job, or to continue on with your education in advanced classes. your success depends on a combination of the skill and knowledge of your instructors, and your own hard work. you will reach your future goals only if you gain new knowledge from every course you take. that knowledge becomes yours, and can be used by you, only if it is gained through your own personal efforts. receiving a grade in a course, with­ out acquiring the knowledge that goes with it, diminishes your chances for future success. While in college, you are also shaping the principles which will guide you throughout the rest of your life. ethical behavior and integrity are a vital part of those principles. a reputation for honesty says more about you, and is more highly prized, than simply your academic skills. For that reason, academic honesty is taken very seriously by the Cerritos College faculty. the following guidelines have been prepared so that you will understand what is expected of you in maintaining academic honesty. academic Dishonesty is normally to be dealt with as an academic action by the instructor, reflected in the student’s grade in the particular course, rather than through college disciplinary procedures. no specific departmental, divisional or institutional procedures are established for academic dishonesty other than the normal process for review and appeal of an instructor’s grading procedures. academic Dishonesty is defined as the act of obtaining or attempting to obtain credit for work by the use of any dishonest, deceptive or fraudu­ lent means. examples of academic dishonesty would include, but not be limited to the following: • Copying, either in part or in whole, from another’s test or examination; • Discussion of answers or ideas relating to the answers, on examination or test when such discussion is prohibited by the instructor; • Obtaining copies of an exam without the permission of the instructor;

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Student Services and Policies � • Using notes, “Cheat sheets,” or otherwise utilizing information or devices not considered appropriate under the prescribed test conditions; • Altering a grade or interfering with the grading procedures in any course; • Allowing someone other than the officially enrolled student to represent the same; • Plagiarism, which is defined as the act of taking the ideas, words or specific substantive material of another and offering them as one’s own without giving credit to the source. options may be taken by the faculty member to the extent that the faculty member considers the cheating or plagiarism to manifest the student’s lack of scholarship or to reflect on the student’s lack of aca­ demic performance in the course. one or more of the following actions are available to the faculty member who suspects a student has been cheating or plagiarizing: 1. review-no action. 2. an oral reprimand with emphasis on counseling toward prevention of further occurrences. 3. a requirement that work be repeated. 4. a reduction of the grade earned on the specific work in question, including the possibility of no credit for the work. 5. a reduction of the course grade as a result of item 4 above, including the possibility of a failing grade for the course. 6. referral to the office of Judicial affairs for further administrative action, such as suspension or expulsion.

Cerritos College promotes a smoke-free environ­ ment. In compliance with AB846 and Education Codes 19994.30 and 19994.33, smoking is prohib­ ited inside a public building and within 20 feet of a main exit, entrance, or operable window of a public building.

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EMERGENCY PHONES ARE FOUND IN THE FOLLOwING LOCATIONS AND ARE TO BE USED FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES ONLY. THESE PHONES ARE A DIRECT LINE TO THE CAMPUS POLICE DEPARTMENT; THEREFORE, WHEN USING THEM PLEASE BE SURE TO: IDENTIFY YOURSELF WHEN PLACING THE CALL — IDENTIFY THE NATURE AND LOCATION OF THE EMERGENCY. administration building Staff lounge, admissions, records and Services records room Fine arts building South east Wing, South West Wing, Dance hall burnight Center building lobby/elevator, music Wing/elevator business education building north Wing, South Wing Cafeteria Student Center Classroom building hallway Community education building lobby Gym South east Corner health Science building 1st Floor, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor, east elevator, West elevator liberal arts building elevator, 1st Floor (near men’s restroom) 2nd Floor library elevator east Wing lrC near Center elevator of Upper/lower levels Physical education building lobby/Women’s locker room Physical Science building north Wing/South Wing Science building 1st Floor, 2nd Floor Skills lab West end/east end Social Science building 1st Floor, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor, elevator Weight training room near room 3 The emergency phones can be used for any of the following: Emergencies, Escorts, Medical Aid, Reports of a crime, Keys locked in car. From cell phones, reach Campus Police by calling (562) 402-3674 (for 911 emergency calls only).

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Final Exam Schedule/ Fall 2009 � LOCATION examinations will be conducted in the same room used for the regular class meeting.

wEEkEND CLASSES Saturday and Sunday classes will hold a two-hour final exam on December 12 and 13, on the regular class day, beginning at the regular class time.

Final examinations for all day classes will be held according to this schedule. on the chart below, find the appropriate square which identifies the starting day and time for your class during the regular semester. From this you can determine the date and two-hour time block for your final exam.

LAST DAY OR EVENING FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11.

ExAM TIME

DECEMBER 14 Monday

DECEMBER 15 Tuesday

DECEMBER 16 wednesday

DECEMBER 17 Thursday

DECEMBER 18 Friday

6:30 am to 8 am

6:00 6:30

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7:00 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:00 8:30

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tth tth tth t t

7:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:30

mWF W WF Daily WF

8:00 8:00 8:00 8:30 8:30

th tth mtWth tth Daily

7:30 8:00 8:00 8:30 8:30

F F mWF mF F

10 am to 12 Pm

9:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:00 10:30

m mtmth m mW mWF mtWth

9:00 9:00 9:30 9:30 9:45 10:00

t tth t tth tth t

9:00 9:00 9:00 9:30 9:30 10:00

W mW mWF W mW WF

9:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

th tWth th tth tth

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12 Pm to 2 Pm

11:00 11:00 11:00 11:30 11:30 11:30 12:00 12:00 12:30

m mW mth m mW mtWth m mW m

11:00 11:00 12:00 12:00 12:30

t tth t mtWth t

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W WF mWF W mWF W mW

11:00 11:30 12:00 12:00 12:30 12:30 12:30 12:30

th th th tth th mth tth Wth

11:00 12:00 12:30 12:00 12:30

F F F Daily Daily

2 Pm to 4 Pm

1:00 2:00 2:00 2:00 2:00 2:30 2:30

m m mW mWF Daily m mW

1:00 1:00 1:30 1:30 2:00 2:30 2:30

t tth t tth t t tth

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 1:30 2:00

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1:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:00 2:00 2:30

th Daily mtWth mtWth th tth mtWth th

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:00 2:30

F mF WF F F mWF Daily

4 Pm to 6 Pm

3:00 3:00 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:30 3:30 4:00

m mW mtWth mW m mW mtWth m

3:00 3:00 3:30 3:30 4:00 4:00

t tth t tth t Daily

3:00 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:30

W mWF W W mW mtWth mW

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th th th tth tth

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F Daily F WF Daily

6 Pm to 8 Pm

5:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:00 6:30 6:30

m mW m m mW m mW

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ExTENDED DAY FINALS

SPECIAL SITUATIONS:

1. These exam times are subject to change and will be announced by instructors. 2. Classes scheduled for a double period on one day and a single period another day (e.g. 8 - 10 t th and 9 th) will have the final examination scheduled for that hour (8) on which the class meets both days (t th) (for example, exam will be from 8 - 10 t). 3. Classes scheduled in a block on a single day (e.g. 9 – 12 t or 12 – 4 F) will take the final examination scheduled for the first hour on which the class meets (for example,

exam time will be from 10 – 12 t for the 9 – 12 t class and 12 – 2 F for the 12 – 4 F class).

4. the final examination for all classes beginning before 8 a.m. (e.g. 6:30 a.m. W or 6:45 a.m. mtWth) will be given at the hour the class begins on the regular day the class meets (for example 6:30 a.m. W; 6:45 a.m. m). 5. Students whom because of personal illness are unable to take examinations as scheduled must make individual arrangements with the instructor involved.

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Cerritos College Students Named to All-USA

and All-California Academic Teams

m monirath Siv and Sonia So nia Gutierrez, students at Ce r r i t o s C o l l e g e , have each be e n n am e d t o 2 0 0 9 al l - U S a Community C o l l e g e ac a d e mic t e am an d a l l ­ C al i f or n i a t e am respectively. S i v h as al s o been chosen as C al i f o r n i a’ s 2 0 0 9 new Century S c h o l a r , n a m e ly the top scorer o f t h e s t at e , a nd G u tierrez ha s a lso b ee n s e l e c t e d as a 2 0 0 9 C oc a- C o l a S ilver Sch olar.

Gutierrez, of norwalk, orwalk , is an anthropology student who maintains a GPa GP of 3.95. Gutierrez will be transferring to the U niversity of California, University berkeley erkeley in fall. She will major in anthropology and pl ans on pursuing a Ph.D. plans in forensic anthropology. She hopes to become a university professor and medicolegal consultant. Gutierrez, who spent two years on the Cerritos College women's tennis te am, was also recently team, named as the 2008 Pepsi ScholarScholar-a a thlete of the year. "the good news came one after the other,” said Gutierrez. “First, i found out that i had been selected for the 2009 allCalifornia academic team. about two weeks later, i found out that i had been named the 2008 Female Pepsi Scholar athlete by the California Community College athletic association. to top it off, about a week later, i found out that i was also named a 2009 Coca-Cola Silver Scholar.”

Siv r ec ei v ed a $4,5 0 0 s c h o l ar s h i p ( $ 2 , 5 0 0 f r o m U Sa tod ay an d $2,000 fr o m t h e C o c a C ol a F ou n d at i o n ) an d rep resen t ed t he st a t e o f C al i f or n i a at t h e 2 0 0 9 am e r i c a n a ssociati o n o f Co m m un i t y C o l l e g e s ( a aC C ) C o n v e n t i o n in Phoenix, ar i z o n a . G u t i e r r e z r e c e i v e d a $ 1 , 2 5 0 s c h o l a r s hip from th e Co c a Co la F o un d at i on . bo t h S i v an d G u t i e r r e z were featu red i n U S a to da y o n a p r i l 6 t h .

“I feel extremely proud of my accomplishments. It's an honor to be recognized for my academic excellence as well as my involvement in sports. it feels great."

Siv , o f l o n g bea c h, i s a s t r ai g h t - a s o p h o m or e s t u dy ing engineer i n g . or i g i n a lly f r om C am b od i a, S i v p l an s t o e xp and his ed u cat i o n b y m a jo r i n g i n bi om e d i c al e n g i n e e r i n g at a private f o ur - y ea r un i v ers i t y. S i v w i l l be t r an s f e r r i n g t o Wash ing t o n U n i v er si t y i n S t . l ou i s , m i s s o u r i i n f al l . Siv spen ds t i m e v o l u n t e e r i n g o n c am p u s an d at l o ng beach mem o r i a l medi c a l C e n t e r . he al s o v ol u n t e e r s as a tuto r for th e Am er i Co r ps A ft er- S c h o o l Pr o g r am “ Pr oj e c t APPL E” at thomas J effer so n elem en t ar y S c h o o l . h e p l an s on p u r s uing a Ph. D . in sc i en c e a n d ho p e s t o b e c o m e a b i o m e d i c al e n g ineer. “ap ply i n g fo r t hi s awar d was a t e am e f f o r t , ” s ai d Siv. “We ha v e t he m o st ou t s t an d i n g t e am m e m b e r s h e r e at Cerrito s. Tha t ' s t he r e as o n I h av e w o n t h i s p r e s t i g i o us award .” “i w a n t t o t ha n k P rof e s s or ti m ot h y J u n t i l l a, d i r e c to r of th e Sc ho la r s' H o n o r s P r og r am , f o r h i s e xc e p t i on al e f fo rt t oward s ha v i n g m e select e d t o t h e a l l - U Sa F i r s t a c a d e mic team. Spec i a l t ha n k s g o t o m y b i o l og y p r o f e s s or S m i t a alves. Th e resear c h I' v e c o m ple t e d wi t h h e r w as w h at m ad e m y app licatio n so st r o n g .”

the Coca-Cola all-State Community College academic team program provides up to $450,000 in stipends. the top scoring student from each of the fifty states in the all-USa academic team competition is named a new Century Scholar and receives a $2,000 stipend from Coca-Cola. Fifty students are named Gold Scholars, receiving $1,500, fifty students are named Silver Scholars, receiving $1,250, and fifty students are named bronze Scholars, receiving $1,000. all scholars also receive special medallions. Finally, an additional 150 national finalists are selected from multiple states, each receiving a $1,000 stipend. the Coca-Cola Scholar program is sponsored by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and is administered by Phi theta kappa honor Society. the all-USa academic team is co-sponsored by the american association of Community Colleges, Phi theta kappa international honors onors Society, the Coca Cola Scholars Foundation and USa today. “ We are very pro ud o f m o nirath and So nia, who a re co m m itted to their acad em ic and athletic ex cellence a nd to m ak ing a d ifference in the co m m unity ,” said bill Farmer, acting presid ent/superintend ent. “ t hey are great ex ampl es of the stand ard o f ex cellence we achieve at Cerrito s Co l l ege.”

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Cerritos College Student Erin Solis Cooks up

Success in Culinary Arts Competition

C erritos College culinary arts student erin Solis won first place in the California State Chancellor’s office Family and Consumer Sciences’ California Dreamin’ “Dining through the Decades” culinary arts student competition on april 17. the college’s culinary arts program had won the competition two years in a row. Funded by the California State Chancellor’s office Family and Consumer Sciences Sci ences Collaborative Grant, the annual competition includes a skills test in which students cut a whole chicken into eight portions per industry standard and the cooking skills test in which students prepare California Dreamin’ themed entrée using poultry. Students are judged on flavor profile, ingredient compatibility, presentation craftsmanship, timeliness, portion sizing and creativity. Students representing twelve California colleges, including Cypress College, orange Coast College, los angeles mission College, and San bernardino Valley College, participated in the competition. the winning dish Solis prepared was chicken breast stuffed with mission figs and port wine. Solis, of la mirada, who holds a b.a. from UCla in American Literature & Culture, decided to go back to school at Cerritos College for certificates in chef's training and baking. She was working in the music industry, but when others were laid off from the department in which she worked, she decided it was time to pursue the dream she had been harboring for a few years. She left her job and enrolled at Cerritos College. in the future, she hopes to land a position cooking in a restaurant where she can learn more about food and the restaurant industry and to one day own her own restaurant. “We are tremendously proud of erin’s achievement,” said Chef michael Pierini, chair of the Cerritos College culinary arts program. “She is a bright, rising star in the culinary world. She will be the one to watch!”

Cerritos College Accounting Student Rules

State Competition

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erritos College accounting student alberto Carlos won first place in the California Phi beta lambda’s “accounting analysis and Decision making” competition on march 27 at the annual 2009 State business leadership Conference in long beach.

accounting, cost accounting, advanced accounting, and auditing. approximately 300 students representing twenty California colleges participated in the competition.

Conducted by the California Phi beta lambda, the collegiate division of Future business leaders of america, the annual competition recognizes its members who possess knowledge across the core curriculum in the area of accounting. The objective test included questions on intermediate accounting, managerial

“We are tremendously proud of alberto’s hard work,” said michael Farina, co-chair of the Cerritos College accounting Department. “he should be commended for scoring top among all California students including those from four-year universities such as UCla, UC berkeley and UCSD.

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Dental Hygiene Students

Put Smiles Back on Kids’ Faces

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erritos College dental hygiene students know how to bring bright smiles to people not only through dental care but also with kind and generous hearts.

in october 2008 a flagpole was stolen from the big Springs Educational Therapy Center & School grounds in riverside, California. big Springs is a school that specializes in educating children who have learning disabilities, offering these students a one-on-one learning environment. heartbreaking enough, the purchase of the flagpole was a direct result of the children’s hard work in fundraising efforts. as a part of their morning tradition, the children raise the flag and recite the pledge of allegiance. one can easily imagine the sorrow of the children when they went out one morning in october and found that their flagpole was stolen. this story was aired on the local news one Saturday and when Chris brooks, a student in the Cerritos College dental hygiene program saw the news about this tragic event, he and his fellow senior dental hygiene students were moved and motivated to intervene. they donated a large sum of money – out of their own pockets – to help with the purchase of a new flagpole. by monday brooks had collected the money and drove it directly to big Springs himself. “this story touched us so much and we wanted to show these children that from a tragedy like this, there are people who care deeply for them,” said brooks. “that was a great feeling to have donated that money for the children.” the big Springs educational School held a rededication ceremony for their brand new flagpole on January 23, 2009. in attendance were students and their families, members of the community and representatives from the senior class of dental hygiene students from Cerritos College. Students in the Cerritos College Dental hygiene Program regularly volunteer in the community. “interaction within the community at large is a very important aspect of our students overall education,” said Professor and Student advisor Dani Carroll. “We as faculty are very proud of our students and their commitment to helping others in need. it’s the little things that count. Charity really does start at home!”

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Easy Reference course listings � COuRSE

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COuRSE

A Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Administration of Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Adult Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 101

Anatomy and Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Art and Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Autobody/Collision and Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

B Biology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Business Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

C Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Child Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-41

Chinese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Communications/Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

Computer and Information Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Cosmetology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Court Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Culinary Artss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

D Dance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dental Assisting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dental Hygiene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drafting (see Engineering-Design Technology) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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F Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

G Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

German . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

H Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health Occupations (EMT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Humanities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

J Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

L Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Library Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

M Machine Tool Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufacturing Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medical Assisting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Microbiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

O Office Computerized Technologies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

P Paralegal (see Law) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pharmacy Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philosophy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physical Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physical Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physical Therapist Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Plastics/Composites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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R Radio-Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

Reading and Study Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

S Sign Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sociology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speech-Language Pathology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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T Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

W Welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86

Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

Woodworking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

Z Zoology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

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