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Unformatted text preview: With the end of major construction on campus, the pond has become a center of attention for student life. The addition of two new buildings — the Student Center and the Library/Learning Resource Center — have transformed the pond area and Gateway Plaza. A new cafe in the Student Center now allows for convenient dining near the pond as well. A Great Environment! Important Information for Fall 2009 Index ...............................page 159 Important Dates .................... page 2 How to Read This Schedule ..... page 18 Registration Dates and Times .... page 7 Admissions Information ........ page 1, 3 MyGateway Registration .......... page 9 Class Listings ...................... page 19 Online and Hybrid Courses .....page 142 Weekend Courses ................page 140 Late-Start Classes ................page 135 Final Exam Schedule ............page 160 Cypress College 9200 Valley View St. • Cypress, CA • 90630 CypressCollege.edu • (714) 484-7000 Dr. Michael J. Kasler, President, Cypress College North Orange County Community College District Dr. Ned Doffoney, Chancellor Board of Trustees: Jeffrey P. Brown, Barbara Dunsheath, Leonard Lahtinen, Michael B. Matsuda, Molly McClanahan, Donna Miller, M. Tony Ontiveros; Carissa Clark, Student Trustee, Cypress College; Ethan Morse, Student Trustee, Fullerton College 09-Fall-cover.indd 1 4/24/09 2:45:20 PM A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT… Welcome to Cypress College! This 2009 Fall Class Schedule will guide you to the classes, services and opportunities provided by the college. I invite you to review this schedule and see the myriad of classes and programs Cypress College offers. If you are undecided about what classes to take, which program to pursue, or are unsure of your next step, please take advantage of our excellent counseling team who are ready to offer guidance. Here at Cypress College we are devoted to providing accessible, affordable, quality education for everyone in our community. The faculty and staff at Cypress College are also here to help ensure your success. What creates such a vibrant and rewarding environment for those of us who have the privilege of working here, is seeing all of you - our 15,000plus students each semester - succeed in meeting your goals. While our buildings are beautiful, it is what takes place inside that is the reason for their existence. We hope you take advantage of both your classes and the many services which are available to help you meet your educational goals so that we may share in another one of our great joys: watching you graduate. Many of these services are located in our new Student Center. They include: Admissions and Records, the Assessment Center, Bursar, Career and Transfer Center, Counseling, and the full-service food court. The new Bookstore is immediately adjacent to the Student Center. Other services - such as tutoring, Supplemental Instruction and PeerAssisted Learning can be found in the Library/Learning Resource Center. Perhaps most importantly, if you want, or need help, please ask any of our staff. On behalf of all of us at Cypress College, I hope you have a great semester, and I look forward to welcoming you this fall. CARTA DEL PRESIDENTE… ¡Bienvenido a Cypress College! Este programa de las clases del verano del 2009 les mostrará las clases, servicios y oportunidades que les brinda la universidad. Los invito a revisarlo para que se den cuenta de la amplia gama de clases y programas que se ofrecen en Cypress College. Si aún no han decidido qué clases tomar, qué programa seguir, o no están seguros de cuál debe ser su siguiente paso, por favor aprovechen de nuestro excelente equipo de consejería, el cual está listo para ayudarlos. En Cypress College no comprometemos a brindarles una educación accesible, económica y de calidad a toda la comunidad. Nuestro equipo docente y el personal de Cypress College también se hacen presentes para ayudarlos a triunfar. Verlos a todos ustedes, los más de 15.000 estudiantes que asisten cada semestre, alcanzar sus metas es lo que crea un ambiente vibrante y estimulante para quienes tenemos el privilegio de trabajar aquí. Si bien es cierto nuestros edificios son hermosos, lo que existe dentro de los mismos es en realidad nuestra razón de ser. Esperamos que aprovechen las clases y los muchos servicios que tienen a su disposición para ayudarlos a alcanzar sus metas educativas, para que así podamos compartir otra de nuestras mayores alegrías: el verlos graduarse. Entre los muchos de los servicios que ofrecemos en nuestro nuevo Centro Estudiantil están: La Oficina de Admisiones y Registros, el Centro de Evaluaciones, la Tesorería, el Centro de Carreras y Transferencias Estudiantiles, el Centro de Consejería, y un área de servicio completo de comidas. La nueva librería está justo al lado del Centro Estudiantil. Entre servicios adicionales que también ofrecemos en nuestra biblioteca y el Centro Externo de Fuentes de Aprendizaje [Learning Resource Center] encontrará ayuda particular en sus materias, la cual puede ser de tres tipos: con tutor, de instrucción complementaria, y de aprendizaje ayudado por un compañero(a). Quizá aún más importante es que sepa que si desea o necesita ayuda puede por favor solicitársela a cualquiera de nuestros empleados. De parte de quienes conformamos Cypress College, les deseo que gocen de un semestre fabuloso y, quedo deseoso de darles la bienvenida en el verano. Michael J. Kasler Michael J. Kasler, Ed.D. President Cypress College has made every reasonable effort to determine that everything stated in this Class Schedule is accurate. This publication is prepared in advance of the time period it covers; therefore, changes in courses and programs offered, together with other matters contained herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of Cypress College. The College reserves the right to cancel any class for which the enrollment is not sufficient to warrant continuation, and to change the class hours and/or days as necessity demands. Student fees and instructional fees are subject to change after the printing of the Class Schedule. Throughout the registration process (including class petitioning), certain deadlines must be established. These deadlines are necessary in order to comply with state attendance laws and must be complied with by all students. Failure to comply with these deadlines may mean that the student will not be registered and will not receive credit or be allowed to attend classes. Cypress College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Cover design by Marc Posner Cypress College – FALL 2009 WELCOME TO CYPRESS COLLEGE! SIX EASY STEPS TO THE REGISTRATION PROCESS! ADMISSION A new application must be completed by all NEW students and RETURNING students (those who have had a break in attendance of one or more semesters). The Cypress College Application for Admission can be accessed and submitted online at www.CypressCollege.edu. Click on “Apply NOW” and follow the CCCApply instructions. After you have completed the admission process, a registration email will be sent to the email address you provide CCCApply or the one generated for you by CCCApply. The email will contain information on how to begin registration for classes. If your email address changes, it should be updated by accessing your Personal Information in myGateway. COUNSELING — Continuing and Returning Students Continuing and Returning Students: Continuing and Returning Transfer students need to see a counselor prior to registration and are strongly advised to do so before the end of the previous semester. Counseling is available during the day by appointment or walk-in (when available) in each division on campus. To make your appointment by phone, call (714) 484-7015 or visit the Counseling Center. If you need prerequisite clearance, please provide the counselor with unofficial copy of college transcripts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 ASSESSMENT Your skills for course success need to be evaluated, particularly in reading, English and mathematics. Go to the Assessment Center located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center. Appointments for orientation are available at the assessment process. FINANCIAL AID Many students qualify for financial assistance. Go to the Financial Aid Office located at the Cypress College Complex, 1st floor. Visit our website at www.CypressCollege.edu for additional information or contact us at (714) 484-7114. ORIENTATION — New 1st-Time College Student New Students: New students are required to attend a 11⁄2 hour introduction to the college system. Students may elect to complete the online orientation: http:// www.CypressCollege.edu/admissions/gettingstarted/ orientation. Please fill in the tentative semester plan and email to online counselor. This is your Step 4 counseling appointment to prepare for course selection. REGISTRATION All registration, adds and drops, must be completed online using myGateway. Continuing students (those enrolled during Spring 2009) are given first registration priority. New, Returning and Special Admit students are permitted to register afterwards. You can register on your assigned date and time or thereafter during myGateway registration hours. IMPORTANT DATES: Spring 2009 Calendar . . . . . . . .pg 2 FINDING HELP: Add/Drop Classes . . . . . . . . . .pg 12 Quick Guide to Help You . . . pg 158 Student Services . . . . . . . . . pg 148 Map . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover PARKING: General Information . . . . . . . . .pg 16 Students requesting or paying for parking on myGateway after August 12, 2009 will be required to pick up their parking permit in the Bursar’s Office or Admissions and Records Office. Public safety will ticket for no student parking permit beginning the third week of the term. HOW TO ENROLL: Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 3 Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . pgs 3-4 Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pgs 14-15 Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 4 myGateway Registration . . . . . .pg 9 COURSES: Fall 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg 19 Online & Hybrid . . . . . . . . . . pg 142 1 Cypress College – FALL 2009 IMPORTANT DATES These dates apply to scheduled classes meeting the full length of the semester. Classes that meet less than the full semester have different deadline dates for adding, dropping and refunds. Refer to the comment line under the CRN in the Class Schedule for these deadline dates. July 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . myGateway Registration Begins August 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fall 2009 Classes Begin Prior to the first day of class If the class is OPEN, an Add Authorization Code is not required. If the class is CLOSED, an Add Authorization Code is required. Starting the first day of class An Add Authorization Code is required for most classes. (Refer to the “How to Add/Drop a Class” information in the Class Schedule.) August 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to Drop Classes to Qualify for Refunds Last Day to File Course Audit Request August 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public Safety begins issuing parking tickets for not displaying Fall 2009 parking permit September 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to Add Classes Last Day to Drop Classes WITHOUT a “W” September 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Labor Day Holiday — Campus Closed September 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to apply for Fall 2009 Graduation September 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to File Pass/No Pass Grading Option Forms October 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to apply for Fall 2009 Occupational Certificates Last Day to apply for Fall 2009 CSU General Education/IGETC Certification October 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Second Nine-Week Classes Begin November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Veterans Day Holiday — Campus Closed Saturday and Sunday classes will meet November 7 and 8 November 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to Drop Classes WITH a “W” Last Day to Increase/Decrease Variable Unit Classes November 26 – 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thanksgiving Holidays — Campus Closed Saturday and Sunday classes will not meet November 28 and 29 December 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to apply for Spring 2010 International Student Admission December 9 – 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Exams December 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fall 2009 Semester Ends * All Registration, Adds and Drops are to be completed ONLINE using myGateway All dates are subject to change without notice. * AUGUST SMTWRFS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 SEPTEMBER SMTWRFS 1 7 8 2 3 4 5 4 5 9 10 11 12 OCTOBER SMTWRFS 1 6 7 8 2 3 9 10 1 8 2 NOVEMBER SMTWRFS 3 4 5 6 7 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 DECEMBER SMTWRFS 1 8 2 3 4 5 9 10 11 12 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 Cypress College – FALL 2009 ADMISSION INFORMATION SIX EASY STEPS TO 1. Admission 2. Assessment (Math, English, ESL) 3. Orientation THE REGISTRATION PROCESS: 4. Counseling 5. Enrollment Fee Waiver (optional) 6. Registration ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Students with verified disabilities may be eligible for accommodations such as extended time on assessment tests. Contact the Disabled Students Program & Services at (714) 484-7104 for information. CTEP: COLLEGE TEST ENGLISH PLACEMENT (For Native Speakers of English) The CTEP is designed to measure the English skills of native speakers of English. It is required for proper placement in English courses. Exemptions are: Completions of an AA degree or higher, enrollment in one class that has no prerequisite, transcripts/grade reports showing completion of college English with a grade of “C” or better. The CTEP may not be used for placement in ESL courses. CELSA: ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (Non-Native Speakers of English and F1 Visa Students whose first language is not English) CELSA is designed to measure the English skills of non-native speakers of English. CELSA is required for proper placement in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses; the CTEP may not be substituted for placement in ESL courses. However, students scoring high on the CELSA may be referred to take English courses for native speakers. YOU WILL BE IN SESSION FOR 2 HOURS. MDTP: MATHEMATICS DIAGNOSTIC TESTING PROJECT All students who have not taken a math course at Cypress College are required to take the MDTP before enrolling in the following mathematics courses: MATH 015 C, 020 C, 030 C, 038 C, 040 C, 100 C, 110 C, 115 C, 120 C, 130 C, 141 C, 142 C, 150AC. Exemption would be enrolling in MATH 010 C, and providing transcripts/grade reports indicating completion of the above courses with a grade of “C” or better within the last two years. Math recency is very important. Please review course listings and prerequisites. Review sample questions; the MDTP has four levels from which to choose. NO CALCULATORS! YOU WILL BE IN SESSION FOR 2 HOURS. AN APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE MUST BE SUBMITTED IF: • You are a first time student and have never registered in classes at Cypress or Fullerton College. • You have previously applied at Cypress or Fullerton College but never attended classes. • You are a high school graduate or at least eighteen years of age. • You are a former student returning after an absence of one or more terms. • You are enrolled in K-12 and qualify for the Special Admit Program. A completed Special Admit Form with the appropriate approvals must also be submitted at the time of application. • You are an International Student who is eligible under a student Visa F-1. For additional information on the international student process, call (714) 484-7050. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION The Application for Admission can be accessed using www.CypressCollege.edu. Click on “Apply NOW” and follow the CCCApply instructions. March 1 is the first day applications are accepted for Summer and Fall semesters. October 1 is the first day applications are accepted for the Spring semester. ASSESSMENT CENTER Students are evaluated in reading, writing, and mathematics. Students registering for Math 015 C or higher should take the Math Placement test and have transcripts indicating all math prerequisite classes completed. Placement testing can be waived if you bring transcripts and/or test scores from another California community college to the Assessment Center. Transcripts are used as an extra measure of your skills. You may be exempt from some assessment and orientation/counseling if you are: 1. A college or university graduate. 2. Already assessed at another California community college. NOTE: If you do not meet the above exceptions, you should complete assessment and counseling prior to myGateway or you will be electronically blocked from myGateway. PLEASE NO BEEPERS or CELL PHONES. CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED. Allow at least 2 hours per test process. You must bring the following items with you for your assessment testing: 1. Social Security number 2. Photo ID 3. #2 Pencil 4. Email permit to register/Cypress College ID Card/Schedule Bill ➩ 1 ➩ 2 3 Cypress College – FALL 2009 Understanding your Basic Skills Assessment Results Assessment of your basic skills is an important step in learning more about yourself as you choose courses in which you can be successful. These tests, however, cannot tell you everything you need to know when making your course selections. Your success is also influenced by a variety of other factors, such as your: • • • • educational background goals study skills work and family priorities Orientations will be offered at 8:30am, 12:00pm and 5:00pm, beginning July 13, 2009. Appointments can be made at the Assessment Center or Counseling Center, located on the second floor of the Student Center. For more information please call (714) 484-7223, or (714) 484-7015. Students may elect to complete an online orientation by visiting this address: http://www.CypressCollege.edu/admissions/gettingstarted/orientation. Be sure to email the counselor your first semester education plan. ➩ 4 COUNSELING Continuing and Returning Students may see a counselor prior to registration and are strongly advised to do so before the end of the semester. Counseling is available during the day by appointment or walk-in (when available) in each division on campus until the end of May. Walk-in counseling is available in the Counseling Center on the second floor of the Student Center. Counseling appointments can be made by calling (714) 484-7015. Walkin appointments are also welcomed, but appointments are encouraged. Undecided or Undeclared students may call any office. COUNSELING CENTER HOURS: MON – THU 8:00am - 6:00pm FRI 8:00am - 5:00pm Counselors available from 8:00am - 11:30am Students who have previous college experience, or who are returning Cypress College students will need to see a counselor before registration. Clearance of prerequisites are reviewed by a counselor. A counselor will assess previous course work and testing to determine placement in classes. Please bring any test results, transcripts or grade reports to assist the counselor in evaluating previous course work. New Students will be counseled in the orientation session as outlined in STEP 3. Counselors are available for limited telephone or online consultation. Reviewing the current Class Schedule, along with the College Catalog will help you understand all the steps necessary for an easy matriculation and registration process. When coming to the campus for registration activities, always bring your email Permit to Register, I.D. number, Photo I.D. and a #2 pencil. TRANSCRIPTS Official transcripts from other colleges or universities are required for: • NEW students • RETURNING students who have attended other colleges or universities since their last enrollment at Cypress College. • Students who plan to graduate or complete a certificate at Cypress College and/or transfer from Cypress College, if they have attended other colleges or universities. • Veterans collecting educational benefits, if they have attended other colleges or universities. • Students needing to show completion of course prerequisites who may use personal copies. • High school transcripts are required for students who have graduated within the last 2 years. A counselor can assist you in selecting the most appropriate courses. What do my Test Results tell me? The basic skills tests are for placement purposes only: YOU CANNOT FAIL THESE TESTS! After each testing session, you will receive a receipt that will indicate: • • • • the tests you have taken the date the tests were taken the number of questions you answered correctly for each test course placement recommendations Should I Retest? NO, in most cases, retesting is not necessary because test scores are just one of many factors considered when course recommendations are made. Counselors use additional information from the multiple criteria list on the back of the test receipt. Keep in mind that a low score does not indicate failure but perhaps a need to develop or enhance your skills. You may need to take a lower level the first semester to gain the necessary skills. What do I do with my Results? After assessment, you need to sign up for a Cypress College orientation session. The orientation will provide you with: • • • • • • • important information about your assessment results academic advisement in a small group setting hints that will help you be successful in college information about Cypress College programs and services campus policies and procedures graduation and transfer requirements a review of the campus map and parking directions Students may elect to complete an on-line orientation by visiting this address: http://www.CypressCollege.edu/counseling/orientation. Please take quiz. ORIENTATION New Students are required to attend a one and one-half hour orientation to the college system. Orientation appointments are made at the conclusion of the assessment testing. Students will receive information on programs, policies and registration procedures. Participate by bringing your email Permit to Register to the session. Placement test results will be interpreted along with a review of previous academic courses. Bring transcripts from all other schools. A counselor will help you choose your first semester classes. The counselor will then approve your semester plan. ➩ 3 4 Cypress College – FALL 2009 Cypress College Enrollment Fee Waiver Board of Governors Waiver (BOGW) Application Process WHAT IS BOGW? BOGW (Board of Governors Fee Waiver) is a state sponsored program which waives enrollment fees only for qualifying students. You may be eligible for a fee waiver even if you are not eligible for other financial aid. WHERE DO I START? Log onto myGateway and click on Financial Aid to fill out an online application. HOW DO I APPLY? To apply for the BOGW you must complete the online application and turn required documents in to the financial aid office. The application has two methods for qualifying. Method A: Is for students on public assistance programs: TANF/ CalWORKS, SSI/SSP, SSAI, SSAS, General Assistance. It is also for dependents of disabled or deceased California Veterans or National Guard and as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient, or a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Certification must be obtained from the appropriate agency. Documentation will be required to verify your eligibility. This documentation must be dated within the last 30 days. Method B: Is for low income students whose previous year income was within qualifying income guidelines. Admissons/Outreach/Veterans Affairs Articulation Business Career Planning/Re-entry DSPS EOPS Fine Arts Health Science Humanities and Social Science Physical Education/Athletes Science, Engineering and Math Honors and Transfer Vocational Education ➩ 5 Robert Grantham Stacey Howard Jean England Deidre Porter Sharon Easton Deborah Michelle Cindy Owens Doreen Villasenor Renay Laguana-Ferinac Renee Ssensalo Kelly Carter Denise Vo Dana Bedard Tom Nordee Penny Gabourie Jane Jepson WHAT IF I AM ELIGIBLE? If eligible, the Financial Aid Office will approve and enter a waiver status on the computer system so that student is not assessed an enrollment fee for the semester. WHAT DO I DO NEXT? Go to the Admissions and Records Office and register for your courses, paying all other fees assessed (ie: parking, student ID, lab fee, etc…) DO I NEED TO KNOW ANYTHING ELSE? If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL AID (FAFSA) right away. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. Tired of waiting in lines? Did you know that you can contact a counselor by e-mail? During registration e-mail: [email protected] to ask questions and get information. During the semester you can find counselors’ email addresses at: http://www.CypressCollege.edu/services/ counseling/counselors.aspx Cypress College Counselor Locations Student Center, 1st Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor BUS-217 BUS-216 Student Center, 2nd Floor CCCPLX 1st Floor CCCPLX 1st Floor CCCPLX 2nd Floor FA-106 FA-102 HS-204 HS-205 484-7084 484-7129 484-7213 484-7213 484-7120 484-7104 484-7104 484-7368 484-7129 484-7129 484-7270 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7129 484-7015 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Velia Lawson Student Center, 2nd Floor Therese Mosqueda-Ponce Student Center, 2nd Floor Daniel Pelletier Student Center, 2nd Floor Gym II, 107B SEM-213 Student Center, 2nd Floor TE1-208 5 Cypress College – FALL 2009 REGISTRATION Continuing Students will be assigned appointments based on units/ hours earned at Fullerton and Cypress Colleges. For specific information, refer to the Continuing Student Registration Schedule in this Class Schedule. New and Returning Students will be issued a registration appointment based on the date the Application for Admission was received. The registration appointment and other necessary information will be sent by email. Assigned registration appointments do not guarantee enrollment in any class. For complete registration procedures, refer to the myGateway Registration pages in this Class Schedule. Searching for your college major? Investigating career options? Gathering clues for your success? The CAREER PLANNING CENTER will help you find the answers to these questions! Our services assist students with . . . • learning about themselves • discovering their interests, values, skills and temperament • exploring occupations, majors and schools • researching career descriptions and labor market trends • making career and college decisions • developing their résumé and interview skills • managing their career portfolios The CAREER PLANNING CENTER is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc ➩ 6 1. 2. 3. 4. 6 Did You Know... • Having a valid email address entered in myGateway allows your instructors to send pertinent information to your inbox at the click of a button. • By keeping your email address current, the college is also able to send important reminders such as the availability of the class schedule and class starting dates. Log onto myGateway Click on “Personal Information” Click on “View Email Address(es)” Click on “Update Email Address(es)” If No address shows: 5 Locate the pull-down menu next to “Type of Email address to Insert” 6. Type in your address and click “Make This Your Preferred Address” If an address exists, but it isn’t your primary address: 5. Click on the existing email address 6. Uncheck the “Preferred” box next to the address and click “Submit” 7. Locate the pull-down menu next to “Type of Email address to Insert” 8. Type in your address and click “Make This Your Preferred Address” Cypress College – FALL 2009 CONTINUING STUDENT REGISTRATION SCHEDULE • Students who are enrolled in a course Spring 2009 AND will receive a grade or a “W” are considered Continuing Students for Fall 2009 and will register according to the schedule below. • Registration appointments are based on units/hours earned through Spring 2009 at both Cypress and Fullerton Colleges. Having attended both institutions requires adding together the units/hours earned at both colleges. • Units/hours earned can be determined by logging onto myGateway at www.CypressCollege.edu. Click on both Student Records and View Unofficial Web Transcript. • Veteran students who are active or former members of the United States Armed Forces who are within two years of their date of separation from active duty may qualify for priority registration. Submit your military ID, DD214 or N.O.B.E. (Notice of Basic Eligibility) to the Veterans Coordinator located in the Admissions and Records Office in the Student Center for priority registration approval. • It is recommended that students register on their assigned date and time. • Registration is subject to established deadlines for adding, dropping, payments and refunds. Units/Hours Earned Category For Continuing Students DSPS/DSS Students EOPS Students Eligible Veteran Students under SB 272 52 or more 30 - 51.99 18 - 29.99 9 - 17.99 3 - 8.99 0 - 2.99 units/hours earned units/hours earned units/hours earned units/hours earned units/hours earned units/hours earned Mon. Mon. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Mon. Thu. Registration Date & Appointment Time Jul. 20 Jul. 20 Jul. 20 Jul. 21 Jul. 22 Jul. 23 Jul. 24 Jul. 25 Jul. 27 Aug. 13 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Special Admit Students (K-12) myGateway Available 7 days a week – 24 hours a day Registration Help Line Admissions and Records Phone: 1-714-484-7346 Beginning July 20 Monday - Thursday ........................ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday (July 24, July 31, August 7) ... CLOSED August 10-21 Monday - Friday............................. 8:00 am - 7:00 pm Beginning August 24 Available during Admissions and Records Office hours listed under “Student Services” in this Class Schedule. Admissions and Records is located on the first floor of the Student Center. 7 Cypress College – FALL 2009 REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTRATION EMAIL A registration email informs you of the first registration appointment available based on your eligible priority. For the best selection of classes, register on the date and time indicated in the email, however, the email does not guarantee your enrollment in any class. New students are those who have never attended Cypress or Fullerton College. New students will receive registration information by email based on the date their online Application for Admission is received. Returning students are those who have previously attended Cypress or Fullerton College but did not register into a class for the Spring 2009 semester. Returning students will receive registration information by email based on the date their online Application for Admission is received. Continuing students for Fall 2009 are those registered in a course at Cypress or Fullerton College Spring 2009 and will receive a grade or a “W” at the end of the semester. Continuing students will receive a registration reminder by email. For registration procedures, refer to the “Continuing Student Registration Schedule” in this Class Schedule. Special Admit students (formerly Bridge students) are those enrolled in K-12 and must submit an online Application for Admission and a Special Admit Form. A new Special Admit Form must be completed and submitted each semester before you are permitted to register. BEFORE YOU REGISTER • Refer to your registration email or the “Continuing Student Registration Schedule” to ensure you are registering on or after your assigned appointment time during myGateway registration hours. • Clear any outstanding fees or holds. • Get counselor clearance for math, English or reading classes. • Make sure the Admissions and Records Office has your correct name, personal and email addresses and phone numbers. • Use the Class Planning Worksheet to prepare your tentative class schedule. • Verify financial aid eligibility with the Financial Aid Office. ON YOUR REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT DAY Complete the myGateway Registration Worksheet and follow the prompts given by myGateway. Log onto www.CypressCollege.edu and click on the myGateway logo. Hours for myGateway can be found on the myGateway Registration Worksheet. ADDING CLASSES Providing prerequisites have been cleared by a counselor, and class seats are available, classes can be added during myGateway registration. After registration is closed, students must obtain a four-digit Add Code from the instructor of the class(es) they wish to add. See the “How to Add/Drop a Class” page for further instructions. PETITIONING CLOSED CLASSES You may petition closed classes by attending the first class meeting. If space permits, the instructor will issue the student a four-digit Add Code. You must access myGateway and add the class using the Add Code. You are not officially registered (even if your instructor writes your name on the class roster) until you have added the class and paid all fees through myGateway. DROPPING CLASSES While an instructor may drop a student who has poor attendance, it is the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw when unable to continue the class. Students who wish to drop a class or withdraw from the College must drop the class(es) using myGateway. Refer to the deadlines listed in the Class Schedule. See the “How to Add/Drop a Class” page for further instructions. The neglect of any course in which you are enrolled may result in no credit earned for the course and/or a substandard grade posted on your permanent student record. CANCELLED CLASSES A cancelled class means that the College is unable to offer the class, and reserves the right to cancel any class at its discretion. Select alternate classes and list them on your worksheet in case any of your classes are cancelled. CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT Register for both the lecture and lab classes when both are required. Register for the lecture, lab and problem solving classes when all three are required. COURSE REPETITION As a general rule, students may not register in a class if a passing grade has previously been received or the maximum number of repetitions allowed have been completed. (See Academic/College Policies for additional information.) EMAIL AND ADDRESS CHANGES • If you pay by VISA or MasterCard, the Admissions and Records Office requires updated personal address information. • Email and personal addresses can be updated by accessing the Personal Information channel of myGateway. FEES Fees are due immediately upon registration. Cypress College does not bill for unpaid registrations. Students with unpaid fees may be dropped from classes to free up seats for other students seeking to register. Students with BOGW Enrollment Fee Waivers are reminded that the waiver covers enrollment fees ONLY. Students MUST submit payment for the student I.D. fee, material, health and parking fees and any other charges indicated. Check with Financial Aid to verify payment eligibility for enrollment fees. MAXIMUM UNITS/HOURS A maximum unit load for any student is 19 units and 12 units qualifies as full time enrollment. A student may carry over 19 units only with counselor approval. TIME CONFLICTS The myGateway system will not allow you to register for two classes which are scheduled during the same time period. A Petition for Exception must be submitted to Admissions and Records to request approval for class time conflicts. PARKING HANGERS/DECALS Students paying for parking on myGateway after August 12, 2009 will be required to pick up their parking hanger or decal in the Bursar’s Office or Admissions and Records Office. The parking hangers/decals are valid in all student parking lots at Cypress College, Fullerton College and our Anaheim Campus. Public Safety will ticket for no student permit beginning the third week of the term. SCHEDULE/BILL The Schedule/Bill includes a list of your classes, fees and payments, and is proof of your registration. You may use myGateway throughout the term to check or review your schedule. Offices may request you to present the Schedule/Bill prior to providing you services. Students requesting or paying for parking on myGateway after August 12, 2009, will be required to pick up their parking permit in Admissions and Records or the Bursar’s Office. NOTE: Throughout the semester/school year, the District may sponsor voluntary off-campus extracurricular field trips/excursions. If you choose to participate, be advised that pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Subchapter 5, Section 55450, you have agreed to hold the District, its officers, agents and employees harmless from any and all liability or claims which may arise out of or in connection with your participation in the activity. 8 Cypress College – FALL 2009 MYGATEWAY REGISTRATION WORKSHEET BEFORE YOU REGISTER: 1 Refer to your registration email, or the “Continuing Student Registration Schedule”. 2 Clear outstanding fees or holds. Non-clearance can delay registration. 3 Get counselor clearance for math, English or reading classes. Non-clearance can delay registration. 4 Make sure the Admissions and Records Office has your correct name, personal and email addresses and phone number. 5 Use the myGateway Registration Worksheet to prepare your tentative class schedule. 6 Verify financial aid eligibility with the Financial Aid Office. 7 Read and follow all registration instructions. 8 It is recommended that students register on their assigned date and time. myGateway Available Beginning Monday, July 20, 2008 7 days a week, 24 hours a day myGateway requires nightly maintenance, generally from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 am. If you register and attempt to pay your fees by credit card, you may receive a message that your payment cannot be processed. Please return to myGateway at a later time and make your credit card payment. myGateway Helpline Beginning July 20 Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 6:00pm Friday (July 24, July 31, August 7) . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSED August 10-21 Monday – Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 7:00pm Beginning August 24 Available during Admissions and Records Office hours listed under “Student Services” in this Class Schedule Call (714) 484-7346 OR visit the Admissions and Records Office located on the first floor of the Student Center STEP 1 Go to www.CypressCollege.edu and click on: STEP 2 LOGGING IN: • Enter your eight-digit Student Identification Number as printed on your Student ID Card or Schedule/Bill. OR Enter your social security number with no hyphens or spaces. • Enter your six-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number).Your default PIN is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy) unless you have changed it. STEP 3 Click on the myGateway logo in the myGateway Channel: • • • CHANGE PIN: If you used your date of birth to log in, myGateway will require that you change your PIN. SECURITY QUESTION/ANSWER: myGateway may also ask you to enter a security question and answer in the event you forget your PIN. DISABLED PIN: If your PIN is disabled due to “multiple login attempts”, use the Pin Reset feature on the User Login page or contact the myGateway Help Line at (714) 484-7346. 9 Cypress College – FALL 2009 STEP 4 REGISTERING FOR CLASSES SELECTING THE TERM: • From the main menu, click on “Register for Classes”. • Select the correct term for Cypress College/Fullerton College Fall 2009 and then click “Submit”. ADDING/DROPPING CLASSES: • Enter the five-digit CRN (Course Reference Number) from the worksheet below for each class you wish to add and click Confirm Your Choices OR • Click the Class Search Button and enter desired class criteria (subject, hours, days, instructor, etc.), then click Class Search. • Place a checkmark in the box to the left of any classes you wish to add and click either Add to Worksheet or Add Class. If Add Authorization Code Required appears, enter the four-digit code issued by your instructor in the box next to the word Incomplete. Click on the VALIDATE button. If the code is approved, click on Submit Changes and confirm the status of your class. After you have added/dropped all your classes and are satisfied with your class schedule as shown on the registration page, click Complete Registration. A B C CLASS PLANNING SHEET CRN (Course Reference No.) Subject POSC Course No. 100 C Times 9:00A-10:20A Days MW Units 3 IDEAL CLASS SECTIONS { { Example: 1 6 0 1 1 ALTERNATE CLASS SECTIONS Example: 1 7 5 0 3 POSC 100 C 10:00A-11:20A TR 3 AVOID LINES AND PARKING TICKETS STEP 5 OPTIONAL FEES Pay for parking by August 12, 2009 and your hanger will be mailed to you. • Select Campus: Choose the campus for which you have enrolled in the most units (Fullerton or Cypress) and click “Submit”. • Select Optional Fees: Select the optional fees you wish to purchase and click “Submit”. If you do not wish to purchase any optional fees, leave all fees unselected and click “Submit”. • Confirm Optional Fees: Verify your selections and click “Confirm Purchase”. STEP 6 FEE PAYMENT The amount shown next to your “Account Balance” is due and payable immediately. Cypress College does not bill for unpaid registrations. Students with unpaid fees may be dropped from classes to free up seats for other students seeking to register. Select either “Credit Card Payments” or “Check or Money Order Payments” and follow the prompts. Note: If paying by credit card, you must resubmit the term you registered for. Your Schedule/Bill includes a list of your classes, fees and payments, and is proof of your registration. You may use myGateway throughout the term to check or review your schedule. If you decide not to attend any classes you have registered for, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. 10 Cypress College – FALL 2009 MYGATEWAY Disabled PIN Forgot PIN REGISTRATION MESSAGES Solution Messages are built into myGateway to provide students assistance when registration problems occur. Provided below are the definitions and solutions you are to follow in the event you receive a registration error message. Login/Access Messages Forgot Student ID Number (If your Social Security Number is on file with Admissions and Records, you may use it as an alternate Student ID Number) Level Restriction } Click PIN Reset located under the Secure Access Login box OR Contact the myGateway Help Line Phone: 714-484-7346 Be sure you have selected the correct term for Fullerton/Cypress OR Closed for maintenance OR Verify your registration appointment OR You need to apply for admission You may not register at this time Registration Messages CLOSED SECTION Co-Requisite or Link Error DROP – On-Line Duplicate Course Definition Class is closed — no seats available Another class must be taken concurrently Dropped class by Web Already enrolled in a class with this course number and title Before class begins: Class is full Solution Add a different class or petition class by attending first meeting Add the co-requisite class No further action needed Add a different class that does not have the same course number and title Try again later (seats may be open if students drop) or petition by attending the first class meeting See instructor or division office to obtain a four-digit Add Authorization Code Contact the Counseling Office No further action needed Check the registration deadlines or contact the myGateway Help Line Phone: 714-484-7346 Contact the myGateway Help Line Phone: 714-484-7346 ADD AUTH REQUIRED After class begins: Seats may be available PREQ and TEST SCORE-ERROR REGISTERED Web Registration Affects Enrollment/Assessment Registration changes are not allowed. Course status dates not within range for part of term. REPEAT COUNT EXCEEDS 0 Prerequisite or test scores needed Registered for class by Web Too late to add or drop or programming error Too late to add or drop or programming error This class cannot be repeated — You previously received a passing grade OR a grade has not been received for your current enrollment in this course. This class cannot be repeated — Maximum credit has been received for allowed repetitions. Note: Withdrawal grades may be included. REPEAT COUNT EXCEEDS 1,2,3 Contact Admissions and Records at (714) 484-7346 if you receive other Registration Messages. 11 Registration Messages (continued) SUBSTD GRADE RPT EXCEEDS 2 Definition You have repeated the course the maximum times allowed to improve a substandard grade (D,F,NC.NP). Note: Withdrawal grades may be included. Two classes with overlapping meeting times not permitted You have received “W” grades in this course the maximum times allowed. You may not withdraw from this course. Contact Admissions and Records immediately. Withdrew from class by Web Solution Time Conflict WITHDRAWAL RPT EXCEEDS 3 WITHDRAWAL GRADE EXCEEDS 3 Select courses that do not have overlapping meeting times WITHDRAWAL Web No further action needed Payment Error Codes Serious Error – Your credit card has been charged, but your student account has not been updated Definition Credit Card processing error Solution Contact the Bursar’s Office Phone: 714-484-7317 Contact Admissions and Records at (714) 484-7346 if you receive other Registration Messages. 12 Cypress College – FALL 2009 HOW TO ADD/DROP A CLASS All Registration, Adds, Drops and Withdrawals are to be completed online through myGateway. Adding a Class Prior to the first day of class Starting the first day of class If the class is OPEN, an Add Authorization Code is not required If the class is CLOSED, an Add Authorization Code is required An Add Authorization Code is required for most classes 1. Attend the first class meeting of the class you wish to add. 2. If seat space is available, ask the instructor to give you a four-digit Add Authorization Code. Instructors may not be able to grant all requests for Add Authorization Codes. 3. IMMEDIATELY access myGateway registration at http://CypressCollege.edu/myGateway Log in and click on Register for Classes. 4. Select the term for “Cypress College/Fullerton College Fall 2009”. 5. Enter the CRN in the “CRN” box and click on Confirm Your Choices. 6. When prompted, enter the Add Authorization Code in the box next to the word Incomplete. 7. Click on the VALIDATE button. If the code is approved, continue to Step 8. 8. Click on Submit Changes and confirm the status of your class. 9. After confirming that the class has been added, click on COMPLETE REGISTRATION. 10. Pay your fees immediately or you may be dropped for non-payment. The Add Authorization Code must be used by the add deadline to guarantee official enrollment. You will need to repeat the above steps to add additional classes using Add Authorization Codes. A separate four-digit Add Authorization Code is required for each class you wish to add and is only valid for the current term and class. Note: if you have been unsuccessful using your Add Authorization Code due to too many attempts, it is recommended that you obtain a new Add Authorization Code from the instructor. Dropping or Withdrawing from a Class 1. Access myGateway Registration at http://CypressCollege.edu/myGateway Log in and click on Register for Classes. 2. Select the term for “Cypress College/Fullerton College Fall 2009”. 3. From the drop down menu, choose Drop On-Line or Withdrawal-Web for the classes you wish to drop. 4. Click on Confirm Your Choices to drop your classes. 5. Check under Status on the left of the screen to confirm the Drop On-Line or Withdrawal-Web status before exiting myGateway. Adding, Dropping and Withdrawing from classes are subject to established deadlines. Verify added and dropped classes on your Schedule/Bill. 13 13 Cypress College – FALL 2009 FEE CALCULATION WORKSHEET Use this page to help determine the amount of fees you will owe once your registration is completed. REGISTRATION FEES ENROLLMENT FEE $20.00 per unit × ___________units (Waived for BOGW recipients) HEALTH FEE $16.00 per semester NON-RESIDENT FEES Non-California $190.00 per unit × _____ units (plus enrollment) Non-US $210.00 per unit × _____ units (plus enrollment) (Includes $20.00 Capital Outlay fee per Ed Code 76141) = $ __________________________ = $ __________________________ = $ __________________________ MATERIAL FEE Certain classes require additional fees. See the course description in this Class Schedule. = $ __________________________ OTHER FEES ASSOCIATED STUDENT BENEFITS*: $7.00 per term CAMPUS ID CARD*: $2.50 per term PARKING PERMIT*: AVOID LINES AND PARKING TICKETS Automobiles $35.00 Pay for parking by August 12, 2009 and Motorcycles $20.00 your hanger will be mailed to you. STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE*: $1.00 per semester TOTAL FEES DUE = = $ __________________________ $ __________________________ = = = $ __________________________ $ __________________________ $ __________________________ *Students requesting or paying for parking, photo ID, or the AS Benefits sticker on myGateway after August 12, 2009, will be required to pick up these items in Admissions and Records or the Bursar’s Office. NOTE: Public Safety will ticket for no student parking hanger beginning the third week of the term! Your parking hanger/decal allows you to park in designated student parking at Cypress and Fullerton Colleges as well as our Anaheim Campus. PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS - Payment is due immediately DO NOT SEND CASH! Credit Card Payments: • Pay by Visa or MasterCard through myGateway. Check or Money Order Payments: • Make check or money order payable to Cypress College. • Write your eight-digit student ID number on the front of the check. • Enclose the check and Fee Payment Slip in an envelope. • Return your payment to the College by: placing the envelope in the Registration Fee mailing to: OR Cypress College Bursar’s Office Payment Slot located outside the Business Building near the ATM P.O. Box 6047 Cypress, CA 90630-0047 In-Person Payments: • Cash, check or credit card payments made also be made in-person in Admissions and Records or the Bursar’s Office during regular office hours. Third Party Payments: • If your fees are to be paid by a third party (i.e. Dept. of Rehabilitation, Veteran’s, Scholarship etc.), please contact the Bursar’s Office immediately at (714) 484-7317, to avoid being dropped for non-payment. You can email your Department of Rehabilitation “Authorization for Services” document to [email protected], or drop it off at the Bursar’s Office. Fees are due IMMEDIATELY. Cypress College does not bill for unpaid registrations. If payments are not received, you may be DROPPED from classes to make seats available for other students seeking to register. 14 14 Cypress College – FALL 2009 FEES AND REFUNDS All Registration Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. Payments may be made by cash, check, money order, MasterCard or Visa. REGISTRATION FEES Enrollment Fee Health Fee Non-Resident Tuition — Non-California Resident Non-US Citizen $ 20.00 per unit $ 16.00 per term $190.00 per unit OR $210.00 per unit* (Plus enrollment) *(Includes $20.00 Capital Outlay fee per Ed Code 76141.) SERVICE CHARGE There is a $25.00 service charge on all checks returned by your bank, and your enrollment at the College, as well as your credit, may be affected. SERVICE FEES Payable at the Admissions & Records Office — Photo ID required Duplicate diplomas and certificates Transcript Request (first two copies free) Verification of Student Enrollment On demand service $15.00 $ 3.00 $ 3.00 $10.00 MATERIAL FEES Students enrolling in classes with material fees will be required to pay the fee(s) at the time of registration (see individual course). If the material fee is not indicated as PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION, the fee is paid in the College Bookstore. OTHER FEES Associated Student Benefits Sticker** $ 7.00 Parking Automobiles** $ 35.00* (special sticker available for open vehicles) Two-wheeled Motorized Vehicles** $ 20.00* Public Parking - per day $ 2.00 Photo I.D./New or replacement** $ 2.50 Student Representation Fee $ 1.00 * Please note that your Cypress College Parking hanger/tag will be honored for all student parking lots at Cypress College, Fullerton College and our Anaheim campus. REFUNDS If a student withdraws from classes, a refund processing fee of $10.00 will be deducted from the enrollment fee refund. Refunds will be processed the 4th week of the semester and should be received by the end of October. All refunds are issued by check and will be mailed. Please keep your Cypress College address current. See the Refund Policy statement on the next page. REFUND DEADLINES Semester Length Course Campus ID Card Refundable through August 29, 2009 Refundable through August 29, 2009, if the card has not been produced and nonrefundable if the card has been produced. Refundable through August 29, 2009 *Parking Hanger **Students requesting or paying for parking, photo ID, or the AS Benefits sticker on myGateway after August 12, 2009, will be required to pick up these items in the Admissions and Records office or the Bursar’s Office during regular business hours. NOTE: P ublic Safety will ticket for no student parking hanger/decal/permit beginning the third week of the term. Please Note ALL FEES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION HEALTH FEE Pursuant to Education Code and district policy, Cypress College has a mandatory health fee. The health fee is $16.00 per semester ($13.00 for summer intersession) for each student regardless of the number of units taken. The health fee and/or health fee exemptions are subject to change should the state legislature take action to change them. Any student who depends exclusively on prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona-fide religious sect, denomination or organization is exempt from paying the health fee. Upon request, the health fee will be refunded to any student who withdraws from all courses prior to the 10% date of the length of the course. CAMPUS PHOTO ID CARD Students are strongly encouraged to purchase a Campus Photo I.D. Card. Students pay a $2.50 service fee at the time of registration and receive a validation sticker upon payment of the fee. New and returning students may obtain a Campus Photo I.D. Card upon presentation of their Enrollment Receipt showing proof of payment of the fee. Continuing students can get a validation sticker for the current semester and place it on their existing Campus Photo I.D. Card. The Campus Photo I.D. Card includes the student’s photo, signature, permanent number and a scannable bar code. The Campus Photo I.D. Card is required for the following services: • all campus labs • Library, Financial Aid, Bursar’s Office, and Student Affairs • check or credit card purchases in the Bookstore Cards that are requested but not picked up by the end of the last day of the semester will be voided. JUST A REMINDER! THE CYPRESS COLLEGE BOOKSTORE IS LOCATED IN GYM II ADJACENT TO PARKING LOT NUMBER 5 ENTRANCE ON EAST SIDE OF BUILDING. PLEASE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER OF SCHEDULE FOR MAP TO VIEW OUR LOCATION. ASSOCIATED STUDENTS BENEFITS CARD All students are strongly encouraged to buy this optional package. For $7 you receive discounts on a variety of services: movies, restaurants, amusement park tickets, etc., as well as a limited 10% discount at the Cypress College Bookstore, and use of the Computer Lab in the Student Activities office. 15 15 Cypress College – FALL 2009 NON-RESIDENT TUITION Non-residents of the State of California are charged tuition at $190 per unit. Citizens and residents of a foreign country are charged tuition at $210 per unit which includes the $20.00 Capital Outlay fee per Education Code Section 76141. Non-resident tuition is in addition to the enrollment fee required to be paid by all students. If you believe you should be reclassified as a resident student, it is your responsibility to request a change in your classification in the Admissions and Records Office prior to registration. PARKING An optional parking fee of $35.00 for automobiles ($20.00 for students who receive the BOGW fee waiver) and $20.00 for motorcycles has been authorized by the District Board of Trustees (Education Code 25425 and 25425.1). Payment of this parking fee may be made at the time of registration. Those who pay the fee will receive a parking hanger which will authorize them to use any of the six parking lots open to student parking and designated student parking on Circle Drive, designated student parking at Fullerton College and designated student parking at our Anaheim campus. The parking hanger does not guarantee a parking space, but will permit parking in designated spaces at all three campuses. Replacement cost is $35.00 if lost or stolen. ($1.00 replacement fee with police report of theft.) NOTE: Campus Safety will ticket for no student parking hanger beginning the third week of the term! Parking Availability - One day parking permit dispensers are available in various lots for $2.00 per day. Parking Enforcement - Failure to display a parking hanger or one day permit on your vehicle or a parking sticker on your motorcycle will result in a parking citation issued by Cypress College Department of Public Safety. The fine for parking without a parking hanger is $25, all other fines range from $25 to $275 depending on the violation. Please note you must pay or contest the citation within 21 days from the date of the citation or the fine will be doubled. A copy of the Cypress College Parking Regulations is available at registration or in the Campus Safety office in the Security Information building. Parking Refunds - No refunds will be issued after August 29, 2009. Refunds will only be given with proof of withdrawal from all classes. A Cypress College Schedule/Bill and the return of the unused parking hanger are required for refund. REFUND POLICY Registration fees are refundable, with the exception of the Campus ID Card fee (except as noted under refund deadlines on the previous page), if the student withdraws from full length term classes on or before August 29, 2009. After August 29, 2009, there will be no refunds for withdrawal. Enrollment fees for Short Term classes are refundable if the student withdraws from class by the 10% point of the length of the course. Refunds must be requested during the term of attendance. REFUND PROCESSING FEE A refund processing fee of $10 per semester will be deducted from the enrollment fee refunds. The fee will be waived for students who are administratively dropped from class(es) due to cancellation of class(es), student disqualification or course repetition. STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE This fee will be used so that students may represent students’ views and positions at city, county, and district governments as well as state legislative offices and other governmental agencies. All students are urged to pay this $1 fee. JOIN NOW Associated Students of Cypress College Some of the great A.S. benefits and discounts are at AMUSEMENT PARKS: Knott’s Berry Farm San Diego Zoo/Wild Animal Park Sea World Universal Studios ENTERTAINMENT: Medieval Times EVERYDAY SERVICES: Beyond Copy C & G Automotive Repair Club Paradise Tans Cypress Carwash Cypress Duke and Duchess Formal Ware Great Earth Vitamins Hollywood Tans Mabus Riding Center Tuxedo Court Thomas Hicks, Attorney at Law Well Healthcare One Yoon Acupuncture FOOD SERVICES: Baskin-Robbins 5th Avenue Bagelry Blue Mountain Bagelry Charo Chicken Juice It Up KFC Maki Yaki #34 Philly Grill Round Table Pizza Señor Taco Sweet 16 Yogurt Whata Lotta Pizza Lots more — See A. S. Discount Brochure at Photo ID, Student Center. And more to be added in 2009/2010! $7.00 16 16 Cypress College – FALL 2009 DEFINITIONS ADD AUTHORIZATION CODE: An Add Authorization Code is a fourdigit code that may be issued to a student by an instructor to add a class on myGateway once the class has closed. The Add Code can only be used to add that closed class and must be used by the add deadline. Add Codes are only valid for that particular class. ADVISORY: When a course has an advisory, it means that a student is recommended to have certain preparation before entering the course. The preparation is considered advantageous to a student’s success in the course. Since the preparation is recommended, the student is advised (but not required) to meet the condition before or in conjunction with enrollment in the course or educational program. EXAMPLE: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C is recommended for POSC 100 C. ASSIST: ASSIST is a computerized student-transfer information system that can be accessed over the World Wide Web. It displays reports of how course credits earned at one California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information available about student transfer in California. ASSIST is available at: www.assist.org. CALIFORNIA ARTICULATION NUMBER (CAN) CODES: The California Articulation Number (CAN) system has served as a statewide numbering system independent from course numbers assigned by local colleges. CAN numbers had been used in the past to signal that a participating California college and university had determined that courses offered by other campuses were compatible in content and scope to courses offered on that campus. Beginning Fall 2009, CAN numbers will no longer be used for this purpose; the state-wide review of CAN courses was discontinued several years ago when the California State University system withdrew from active participation. Consequently, all references to CAN with the exception of this statement have been removed from the catalog. You may contact the Articulation Office/Transfer Center with any questions at: 714-484-7129. CHALLENGING ADVISORIES, COREQUISITES, AND/OR PREREQUISITES: Refer to the Academic Policies Affecting Students in this Class Schedule. COREQUISITE (COREQ): When a course has a corequisite, it means that a student is required to take another course concurrent with (or prior to) enrollment in the course. Knowing the information presented in the corequisite course is considered necessary in order for a student to be successful in the course. Generally, a course cannot be dropped if it is a corequisite of another course. It is the student’s obligation to know and meet course corequisites. These are stated in the course description section of the Class Schedule and the current College Catalog. Corequisites will be enforced at registration. The student may be required to show proof of meeting corequisites. EXAMPLE: Coreq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 040 C is required for CHEM 107 C. COURSE REFERENCE NUMBER (CRN): The CRN is the unique five-digit code assigned to a course for a specific time and day for identifying and registering into that course. CULTURAL DIVERSITY (CUL DIV): As one of the requirements for graduation, a student must complete at least one course that focuses specifically on multicultural issues. The purpose of the Cultural Diversity Graduation Requirement is to broaden and enhance the educational experience of the students at Cypress College. A CUL DIV designation under the course number and title indicates the course satisfies this graduation requirement. ELECTIVE: An elective is a course not required for graduation or a particular program. For example, a science student might take electives from non-science areas which may include history, art, English, or political science. To assist in choosing electives, a student should consult a college counselor. FEES: Refer to the Fee Calculation Worksheet in this Class Schedule. If there are any additional mandatory fees for a class, they are listed under the course description in the Class Schedule. GRADING: If a grading option is not listed, the class is available for a STANDARD LETTER GRADE only. If only PASS/NO PASS is listed, the class is available for pass/no pass grading only. If PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION is listed you have the option of taking the class for a standard letter grade or for pass/no pass. You must choose the option you wish, complete the necessary paperwork and submit it to the Admissions and Records Office no later than the sixth week of full semester classes. Contact the Admissions and Records Office regarding the deadlines for Summer, late start, short-term and open-entry classes. PREREQUISITE: When a course has a prerequisite, it means that a student must have certain knowledge to be successful in the course. The prior knowledge may be a skill (types 35wpm), an ability (speaks and writes Spanish fluently), a test score or a successful completion of a prior course (must have completed ENGL 060 C with a grade of “C” or better). Completion of the prerequisite is required prior to enrolling in the course, and D, F or NP grades are not acceptable. It is the student’s obligation to know and meet course prerequisites. These are stated in the course descriptions section of the Class Schedule and the current College Catalog. Prerequisites will be checked at registration. The student may be required to file proof of meeting prerequisites. UNIT: Course work at Cypress College is measured in terms of semester units. A course requires a minimum of three hours of student work per week, per unit. This includes class time and/or demonstrated competency for each unit of credit, prorated for short term, laboratory and activity courses. 17 17 CAMPUS CODES: M = Monday SUBJECT CODE COURSE NUMBER CAMPUS CODE* COURSE TITLE UNIT VALUE T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = ThuRsday F = Friday S = Saturday U = SUnday C = Cypress College F = Fullerton College DAYS OF THE WEEK CODES: SUBJ 101 C EXAMPLE COURSE TITLE 3 Units PREREQUISITE (When necessary) COREQUISITE (When necessary) ADVISORY (When necessary) FEE (When necessary) GRADING OPTIONS CUL DIV – if this designation is listed it means that the course satisfies the Cultural Diversity requirement for graduation COURSE DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL HOURS REQUIRED in the lab outside of scheduled class time (the hours listed would need to be prorated for any short-term class) CUL DIV This is a sample course description which will give you a brief overview of what you may expect the class to cover. A more in-depth description for the course is provided in the College Catalog. Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. May be taken for credit 2 times. Prereq: ENGL 060 C. Coreq: MATH 040 C. Advisory: Knowledge of spreadsheet software recommended. $3.00 Laboratory Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 15491 LAB 15483 100 08/24 -09/21 5:00P - 6:59P LAB 7:00P - 9:50P Last day to add: 09/02 Last day to drop for refund: 08/26 15492 700 T T R R 001 8:00A - 8:59A 9:00A - 10:20A MW MW Ransom, A. Ransom, A. BUS-320 BUS-319 } INSTRUCTOR ROOM NUMBER See previous page for additional information on these items. REPEATABILITY – if a class may be taken for credit more than one time, the total number of times it may be taken would be listed here Ransom, A. BUS-320 Ransom, A. BUS-319 Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/02 Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/07 All of the information listed here pertains only to CRN 15491. All of the information listed here pertains only to CRN 15483. As it is considered an evening class, the time lines are bolded. Cypress College – FALL 2009 HOW TO READ THE CLASS SCHEDULE 18 18 COURSE REFERENCE NUMBER (CRN) SECTION NUMBER DATES FOR SHORTTERM CLASSES LAB – indicates there is a scheduled lab portion to the class (in this example, the class begins at 8:00am and ends at 10:20am) IMPORTANT DATES – for short term classes BOLD TYPE – lines that are in bold type indicate the class meets at 4:00pm or later 08/24 -08/24 5:00P - 6:50P T Disney, B. BUS-109 10/19 -10/19 5:00P - 6:50P T Disney, B. BUS-109 12/21 -12/21 5:00P - 6:50P T Disney, B. BUS-109 08/23 -12/22 + ONLINE PORTION Disney, B. ONLINE COURSE: This full-semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/~online. All of the information listed here pertains only to CRN 15492. As it is considered an evening class, the time lines are bolded. It is also an example of an online class listing where the class meets on campus August 24, October 19 and December 21. Notice that each date is listed on a separate line. The rest of the class is taught entirely online. COMMENTS that appear under the CRN – ONLY apply to the one CRN directly above it unless otherwise specified TIME DAYS** (TBA stands for: To Be Arranged) The information depicted here is intended to reflect the varying items in the individual course listings on the following pages. For additional information, please see the myGateway registration pages beginning on page 9. CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACCOUNTING ACCT 099 C Bookkeeping Principles and Practices 3 Units This is a basic course in financial record keeping using the double-entry system for recording transactions in service and merchandising businesses. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12359 LS1 6:30-10:05P M 8/31-12/14 Raugust, Ramon BUS-320 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. ACCT 103 C Computerized Accounting 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: ACCT 099 C or ACCT 101 C This course introduces students to using a small business computerized accounting system. Students will create a chart of accounts, record journal entries, and prepare financial statements. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13123 300 5:00-6:50P T 10/20-12/15 Muise, Marguerite BUS-320 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/01; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. 13124 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 5:00-6:50P R (10/22) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 5:00-6:50P R (12/17) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Please be aware that proctored exams will be required for successful completion of this class. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. ACCT 101 C Financial Accounting 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A course in beginning accounting that meets transfer requirements to four-year colleges and universities and provides a foundation for vocational accounting or other areas of business administration. 12783 10591 10592 10593 800 8:00-12:50P 001 8:30-10:50A 002 9:30-11:50A 003 11:00-1:20P S MW TR MW Veregge, Ramona Olmstead-Bowen, Susan Staff Yamaguchi, Atsushi BUS-320 BUS-320 BUS-320 BUS-320 10594 004 11:00-1:20P TR Wood, John BUS-317 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10616 101 10620 102 12358 OL1 7:00-9:20P MW 7:00-9:20P TR Pierron, Deborah Moody, Leah BUS-319 BUS-317 BUS-319 BUS-319 BUS-319 BUS-319 BUS-319 BUS-319 ACCT 112 C Income Tax Procedures 3 Units ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (8/19) Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (9/16) Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (10/14) Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (11/11) Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (12/2) Miller, Jeanne 5:00-6:50P W (12/9) Miller, Jeanne ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above. To be prepared for the first on-campus class meeting, you MUST also update your current e-mail address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. If you have not received an email from the instructor by August 17, 2009, email her at [email protected] For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ad/faculty.aspx?D=jmiller and http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU Prereq: ACCT 101 C This course is an introduction to Federal Income Tax as applied to individuals, partnerships, and corporations, and involves the application of laws and regulations to the preparation of income tax returns. 12364 LS1 6:30-9:40P W 9/2-12/16 Raugust, Ramon BUS-320 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. ACCT 190 C Accounting Systems Design and Applications 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ACCT 101 C Advisory: Knowledge of spreadsheet software recommended A hands-on approach to computerized accounting. Students will explore manual and computerized accounting systems such as General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, and inventory. • One hour laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION, $3 Laboratory Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10809 100 7:00-9:50P T Muise, Marguerite BUS-320 ACCT 102 C Managerial Accounting 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ACCT 101 C with a grade of “C” or better Advisory: Knowledge of spreadsheet software recommended This course provides a foundation for advanced courses in managerial accounting. This course is required of all accounting and business administration majors. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11782 001 11783 100 8:30-10:50A TR 7:00-9:20P MW Ransom, Alan Muise, Marguerite BUS-317 BUS-317 ACCT 202 C Cost Accounting 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ACCT 102 C with a grade of “C” or better This course covers the nature, objectives, and procedures of cost accounting and managerial control of operations. 10810 100 7:00-9:50P R Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 Looking for a Deadline? SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 19 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACCT 295 C Accounting Internship 1 to 4 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed for vocational majors to earn credit for occupational work experience. For each unit of credit, a minimum of 75 paid or 60 unpaid worksite internship hours is required. May be taken for credit 4 times. Credit/No Credit/Letter Grade Option. Open entry/open exit. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13171 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Withrow, Gwenn BUS-308 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION AC/R 034 C Section 608 EPA Certification 1 Unit This course leads to the required EPA Certification for industry technicians that service, maintain or dispose of equipment containing a regulated refrigerant. Credit/No Credit/Letter Grade Option • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13733 001 3:30-4:50P M 8/17-9/22 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 3:30-4:50P T 8/17-9/22 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 Upon completion of this course, an optional industry certification exam is available to students at a cost of about $40.00. See instructor for details. Last day to add: 08/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/14; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Homeland Security Classes can be found in the Airline and Travel Careers area. AJ 100 C Introduction to Law Enforcement 3 Units 14263 100 6:00-8:50P M 8/17-9/22 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 Last day to add: 08/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/14; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. AC/R 035 C R-410 Training & Certification 1 Unit Transfer: CSU This course will acquaint the student with the historical development of the criminal justice system, criminal behavior, purpose of criminal law, and advancement of the ethics and professionalization of the justice system. 11001 100 7:00-9:50P M Hutchings, Alfred TE1-200 Prereq: Must have a Section 608 EPA Certification of the Clean Air Act of 1990. Refrigerant R-410A has been embraced as the refrigerant replacement R-22 by leading industry manufacturers. Lecture with hands-on activities will prepare the student to take a proctored industry standardized exam for certification. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13737 001 3:30-4:50P M 10/12-11/17 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 3:30-4:50P T 10/12-11/17 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 Upon completion of this course, an optional industry certification exam is available to students at a cost of about $40.00. See instructor for details. Last day to add: 10/13; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/13; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/12. AJ 110AC Criminal Law 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: AJ 100 C This course is a study of the elements of crimes against persons, property and the state as they are recognized in the Penal Code and general laws of California. 11722 100 7:00-9:50P W Petropulos, John TE1-200 14264 100 6:00-8:50P M 10/12-11/17 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 Last day to add: 10/13; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/13; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/12. AC/R 050 C Air Conditioning and Refrigeration/Special Projects 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units AERONAUTICS — SEE AVIATION ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES Add Authorization Codes may be issued by the instructor based on space availability and in accordance with all the requirements for the class. Prior to the first day of class • if the class is OPEN – no add auth code is needed • if the class is CLOSED - an add auth code is needed Beginning the first day of class • an add auth code is needed for ALL classes = Honors = Hybrid Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AC/R 101 C and AC/R 102 C, or AC/R 111 C and AC/R 112 C This course is designed for students who have demonstrated interest and capability for increased knowledge and experience in air conditioning and refrigeration topics not ordinarily covered in the curriculum. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11690 001 9:00-2:50P F Urquidi, Carlos TE3-111 AC/R 101 C Refrigeration Principles and Practice-Lecture 4 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: AC/R 102 C This course is a basic study of vapor compression refrigeration cycle and system components. The course consists of lectures supported by many visual aids. 11679 001 10:00-11:50A MT Sallade, Douglas TE3-102 Above class requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 102 C - section 001 or 002. Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 20 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM AC/R 102 C Refrigeration Principles and Practice - Laboratory 4 Units AC/R 202 C Air Conditioning and Refrigeration - Advanced 5 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: AC/R 101 C Course includes laboratory projects and demonstrations involving design, assembly and operation of compression systems; design and construction of system piping. 11682 001 7:00-8:29A MT Sallade, Douglas TE3-111 LAB 8:30-9:50A MT Sallade, Douglas TE3-110 Above class requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 101 C - section 001. Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 101 C, AC/R 102 C, AC/R 103 C, AC/R 111 C, AC/R 112 C, and AC/R 113 C An advanced course in which the student will measure air and water flow, KW, find EER and COP. Student will wire and troubleshoot complex electrical controls for AC/R systems. 11689 001 7:00-8:44A MT LAB 8:45-10:50A MT 14230 100 5:30-7:14P MT LAB 7:15-9:20P MT Hock, Richard Hock, Richard Hock, Richard Hock, Richard TE3-101 TE3-110 TE3-101 TE3-110 AC/R 103 C Psychrometrics 2 Units AC/R 203 C Refrigeration Layout & Design 2 Units Transfer: CSU Study of the behavior of air vapor mixtures emphasizing application of the psychrometric chart. Processes such as heating, cooling, dehumidifying, and evaporative cooling are studied. 11684 001 2:00-3:20P MT Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 AC/R 111 C 4 Units Electrical Controls for Air Conditioning/ Refrigeration - Lecture Transfer: CSU Coreq: AC/R 112 C A study of basic concepts of electrical principles as used in air conditioning and refrigeration. Schematic reading, single-phase motor starting and electrical safety are covered. 12968 100 6:00-9:50P T Urquidi, Carlos TE3-102 Above class requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 112 C - section 100. Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 101 C, AC/R 102 C, AC/R 111 C, AC/R 112 C Coreq: AC/R 201 C Advanced course with emphasis on the refrigeration cycle. Student will select components and design systems using the knowledge gained in AC/R 201 C Refrigeration Systems. 11688 001 12:00-12:39P MT Hock, Richard TE3-111 LAB 12:40-1:20P MT Hock, Richard TE3-110 Above course requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 201 C section 001. AIRLINE AND TRAVEL CAREERS ATC 050 C Special Projects - Airline 2 Units Coreq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ATC 102 C and/or ATC 170 C Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ATC 270 C or ATC 274 C This course provides students with service learning opportunities for developing their public contact skills as they host various campus/ community events. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus three laboratory hours TBA per week 12157 LS1 4:00-5:05P T 9/1-12/15 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. AC/R 112 C 4 Units Electrical Controls for Air Conditioning/ Refrigeration - Lecture/Lab Transfer: CSU Coreq: AC/R 111 C Laboratory projects and experiments in the principles and application of electric circuits, equipment, and controls used in air conditioning and refrigeration. 12970 100 6:00-7:29P WR Urquidi, Carlos TE3-111 LAB 7:30-8:50P WR Urquidi, Carlos TE3-110 Above class requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 111 C - section 100. AC/R 201 C Air Conditioning and Refrigeration - Advanced 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 101 C, AC/R 102 C, AC/R 111 C and AC/R 112 C Coreq: AC/R 203 C Advanced course emphasizing the refrigeration cycle. Pipe sizing, h.p. requirements, single and two-stage refrigeration systems, absorption, and other advanced refrigeration systems are included. 11687 001 1:30-3:20P MT Sallade, Douglas TE3-101 Above class requires concurrent enrollment in AC/R 203 C - section 001. ATC 101 C Intro to Travel Careers 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course, using Internet research, provides an overview of operations and career opportunities in the airline and travel industries. Internet research will be utilized and students will prepare a personalized career project. 12329 LS1 9:00-12:10P T 9/1-12/15 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12459 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 21 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ATC 102 C Career Communication/Portfolio 3 Units ATC 174 C Destinations: Americas/Europe 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn how professional presentation skills can make the difference in achieving their personal career success. Students will develop a resume, cover letter, business writing samples, interviewing skills, technology basics, business etiquette skills, test-taking strategies, and a career portfolio. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13645 LS1 12:30-3:40P M 8/31-12/14 Selders, Kathie TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. 13747 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Jones, Jeanette ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU Students will learn about the top travel destinations throughout the Americas and Europe, with consideration for currencies, visas, customs, language, and key points of interest. 13658 LS1 9:00-12:10P M 8/31-12/14 Selders, Kathie TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. ATC 175 C Destinations: Africa/Pacific 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn about top international travel destinations throughout Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Pacific Islands, concentrating on travel considerations. 14288 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/14 Ivey, Marilyn ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. ATC 103 C Airline/Travel Open Lab 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: Students must be enrolled in another ATC course. This open-entry, open-exit course with flexible hours and variable units provides ATC students with the equipment and resources to allow selfpaced individualized instruction and/or practice in core competencies. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14281 LS1 9/8-12/14 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-214 Last day to add: 11/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/07. ATC 112 C Homeland Security 3 Units Coffee, Tea, or … Transfer: CSU This course is an introductory study of domestic and international threats of terrorism and law enforcement issues for first-responders. 14304 LS1 9:00-12:30P R 9/3-12/17 Hannah, Michael TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ATC 123 C Travel Sales & Tour Operations 3 Units Transfer: CSU Learn about travel sales and tour operations, including trends, itinerary planning, and the technologies available to consultants in the leisure, recreational, and corporate markets. 12596 LS1 6:00-9:20P R 9/3-12/17 Matsui, Nancy TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Close Encounters A new Learning Community that connects the courses of Airline Customer Care and Interpersonal Communication • Same students are in both classes • Develop effective communication skills for better customer service • Enhance your online communication in the airline travel industry ATC 183 C Section#13660 Wednesday 12:30 - 1:50 PM Charmaine Kaimikaua = Online = Teacher Prep Airline & Travel Careers Go Places! Flight Attendant Airline Customer Services Travel and Tourism Homeland Security Questions? 714-484-7411 www.airlinetravelcareers.com = Honors = Hybrid COMM 105 C Section# 14103 Wednesday 2 - 3:20 PM Michael Brydges = UTAP 22 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ATC 182 C Cultural Tourism 3 Units ATC 270 C Airline Operations 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: CSU This course examines the implications of cultural tourism in the United States. The course will consider the struggle of people to preserve their cultural identity relative to the role of the U.S. tourism industry in protecting cultural heritage. The course promotes complexities of policy making in cultural tourism development. 12458 LS1 9:00-12:10P W 9/2-12/16 Kaimikaua, Charmaine TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Transfer: CSU For students interested in airline customer services. Students will learn terminology, city codes, the 24-hour clock, airline operations, and industry hiring standards. 11836 LS1 12:30-3:40P T 9/1-12/15 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12595 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ATC 183 C Customer Care: Airline/Travel 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course examines the priority of customer service and satisfaction in the airline industry. Topics include safety, security, and service standards. 13660 HY 12:30-1:50P W 9/2-12/16 Kaimikaua, Charmaine TE1-200 HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week hybrid class meets each week on campus as indicated above and online. The class is part of the Learning Community entitled, “Close Encounters,” Concurrent enrollment in COMM 105, CRN#14103 is strongly recommended as part of this program. For more information go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13337 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Ivey, Marilyn ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ATC 278 C Public Relations 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will study the public relations practices in the hospitality and travel industries. Students will examine promotional campaigns and develop a press kit and public relations plan. 13338 LS1 6:00-9:10P T 9/1-12/15 Staff TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. ATC 295 C Airline/Travel Internship 3 Units ATC 191 C Airline Reservations: APOLLO 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn how to book reservations, quote fares, and calculate prices with the United Airlines’ APOLLO system through hands-on application. • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12929 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Palicz, Iwalani ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of the Basic Airline Customer Services Certificate; or Basic Flight Attendance Certificate; or Basic Travel/Tourism Certificate This course offers practical work experience in an approved airline and travel related industry for the student(s) in the Airline and Travel Careers program. • Plus fifteen hours laboratory TBA per week 14289 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ATC 299 C Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units ATC 192 C Airline Reservations: SABRE 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn how to book reservations, quote fares, and calculate prices with American Airlines’ SABRE system through hands-on application. • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14295 LS1 4:00-9:50P M 8/31-12/14 Palicz, Iwalani TE1-214 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge in the airline and/or travel industry through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11963 400 9/8-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the instructor. Please email your instructor at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu. Last day to add: 09/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/15. Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 23 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ANTHROPOLOGY Need a life science class? ANTH 101 C 3 units Biological Anthropology ***fully transferable course!*** ANTH 101L C 1 unit Biological Anthropology Lab ANTH 101LC Biological Anthropology Lab 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 101 C This course provides an introduction to experiential and experimental laboratory research methods used in biological anthropology. A visit to a regional zoo is required. Zoo admissions range $6.00 - $35.00. 13394 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Gonzalez, Dounia CCCE10-13 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 13393 001 13575 100 2:00-4:50P R 7:00-9:50P W Sepulveda, Christine Staff CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 ANTH 102 C Cultural Anthropology 3 Units ANTH 101 C Biological Anthropology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an introduction to the cross-cultural study of human behavior around the world and in the United States. 10019 001 8:00-9:20A MW 10020 002 9:30-10:50A TR 10021 003 12:30-1:50P TR Morales, Alberto Sepulveda, Christine Coffman, Candace CCCE10-15 CCCE10-15 CCCE10-15 Transfer: (UC/CSU) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100C This course introduces the biological and physical aspects of what it means to be human from a scientific and evolutionary perspective. Duplicate credit not granted for ANTH 201 C. 13047 13048 14100 13572 13573 13050 001 8:00-9:20A TR 002 9:30-10:50A MW 005 11:00-12:20P MW 003 12:30-1:50P TR 004 12:30-1:50P MW 100 7:00-9:50P M Sepulveda, Christine Morales, Alberto Parikh, Jalpa Floyd, Becky Parikh, Jalpa Thompson, Jeanne CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 CCCE10-13 13136 LS1 1:00-4:15P F 9/4-12/11 Gonzalez, Dounia CCCE10-15 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 10022 300 3:30-6:20P MW 10/19-12/16 Cheetham, David CCCE10-15 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 13576 LS2 6:30-9:25P R 9/3-12/17 Coffman, Candace CCCE10-15 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 12552 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Swartout, Jacquelynne ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu~online. 13137 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Floyd, Becky ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit http:// www.cypressollege.edu/ad/faculty/aspx?!D=bfloyd. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 13049 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Floyd, Becky ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit http:// www.cypressollege.edu/ad/faculty/aspx?!D=bfloyd. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 13312 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Floyd, Becky ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit http:// www.cypressollege.edu/ad/faculty/aspx?!D=bfloyd. ANTH 106 C World Prehistory 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is an introduction to the prehistoric development of civilizations both in the Old World and the New World beginning with early modern humans. 14114 LS1 6:30-9:35P M 8/31-12/14 Cheetham, David CCCE10-15 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. GET YOUR AA DEGREE IN ANTHROPOLOGY! No matter your major, transferring or not, earning your Associates Degree is a great way to show what you have achieved while at Cypress College. See the Catalog, your counselor or Anthropology Department Chair, Becky Floyd, for more information about this NEW degree program. Explore ancient civilizations using archaeology. ***fully transferable course!*** World Prehistory ANTH 106 C 3 units CRN 14114 Topics will include the rise and fall of the Inca, Maya, Egyptians and many others. Mondays 6:30p-9:35p LATE START begins Aug. 31 = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP = Honors = Hybrid 24 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ANTH 107 C Magic, Witchcraft and Religion 3 Units ART 110 C Introduction to Art 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100C. An anthropological survey of systems of magic, witchcraft, and religion from the past and present, from societies around the world. Special topics include myth, religious healing, witchcraft and sorcery, ritual and millenarian movements. 12553 001 11:00-12:20P TR Floyd, Becky CCCE10-15 13589 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Floyd, Becky ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class begins Monday, 8/31 and meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit http://www.cypressollege.edu/ad/faculty/ aspx?!D=bfloyd. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C This course introduces the student to the purposes, materials, themes, history and significance of art and artists. Major writing assignments are required. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 10378 001 11:00-12:20P MW Jaffray, Sarah FA-112 12307 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Rothschild-Boros, Monica ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12308 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Rothschild-Boros, Monica ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12611 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Foster, Frank ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 14351 OL4 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Foster, Frank ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. ANTH 210 C Intro to Forensic Anthropology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Completion of ANTH 101LC. Forensic anthropology is the application of anthropological techniques in medico-legal circumstances. Students will learn how anthropologists assess human remains for identification purposes. 14102 100 6:30-9:20P T Floyd, Becky CCCE10-13 ANTH 299 C Anthropology Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge in a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 13138 400 8/17-12/17 Floyd, Becky CCCE10-15 To add the above class, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. ART ART 100 C Fundamentals of Art 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU An introduction to the visual elements, visual media and history. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of museum visit and materials will not exceed $20. 10347 12467 10359 11881 10360 11882 10363 12163 001 9:30-10:50A MW 006 10:00-12:50P F 002 11:00-12:20P MW 004 11:00-12:20P TR 003 1:00-3:50P M 005 1:30-2:50P TR 100 6:00-8:50P R 101 6:00-8:50P T Sagen, Arthur Carter, Jamison Sagen, Arthur Walker, Heather Jaffray, Sarah Jaffray, Sarah Walker, Heather Zucman, Glenn FA-311 FA-225 FA-311 FA-313 FA-311 FA-225 FA-225 FA-225 ART 111 C Survey of Art History I 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C This course presents ancient and medieval art in Western and NonWestern cultures. Major writing assignments are required. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 10391 001 11:00-12:20P TR Jaffray, Sarah FA-311 ART 112 C Survey of Art History II 3 Units Transportation Policy: Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically advised otherwise, you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C This course covers Renaissance to modern art history. Major writing assignments are required. Duplicate credit not granted for ART 112HC. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 10392 100 6:00-8:50P W Jaffray, Sarah FA-112 R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 25 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ART 120 C Two-Dimensional Design 3 Units ART 144 C Cartooning 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides the foundation for all visual arts, by examining the concepts, terminology, techniques and materials used in two-dimansional design. • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10393 001 11883 002 9:00-11:50A TR 1:00-3:50P MW Giardina, Edward Paiement, Paul FA-221 FA-221 Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to basic cartooning techniques which includes sketching, inking, and the development of characters. An overview of cartoon history and storyboard development will be covered. May be taken for credit 3 times. 12622 001 12:00-2:50P TR Sivertsen, Kirk FA-221 ART 121 C Three-Dimensional Design 3 Units ART 150 C Ceramics Handbuilding 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Course is an extension of ART 120 C. Two-dimensional Design, into more complex 3-D concepts and color interactions. • $10.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13631 001 9:30-12:20P MW Driggs, Matthew FA-130 Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn Ceramic handbuilding to convey ideas, images, and feelings. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11884 10481 11902 10482 001 9:30-12:20P MW 002 10:00-12:50P TR 003 1:00-3:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P MW Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Netzer, Jeffrey FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 ART 122 C Gallery/Portfolio Design 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides practical experience in gallery operation, art exhibit installation, and artist portfolio preparation. Trips to galleries/museums are also included. May be taken for credit 4 times. 10394 001 1:00-3:50P TR Paiement, Paul FA-311 ART 151 C Ceramics Throwing 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn to use the potters wheel as a tool to convey ideas, images, and feelings. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11885 10488 11903 10491 001 9:30-12:20P MW 002 10:00-12:50P TR 003 1:00-3:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P MW Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Netzer, Jeffrey FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 ART 130 C Printmaking 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Course for the beginning and advanced artist to introduce concepts and techniques of drawing, design and color through the use of Printmaking. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $10.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10395 001 10:00-12:50P TR Christy, Carleton FA-222 ART 152 C Technical/Conceptual Ceramics 3 Units ART 140 C Advertising/Graphic Design I Coreq: ART 120 C or concurrent enrollment This is a basic course in advertising/graphic design. • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10396 001 9:00-11:50A MW Giardina, Edward 3 Units Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 150 C or ART 151 C This course deals with advanced technical skills in ceramic construction and visual concepts. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12613 10494 12614 10495 001 9:30-12:20P MW 002 10:00-11:50A TR 003 1:00-3:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P MW Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Netzer, Jeffrey FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-221 ART 141 C Advertising/Graphic Design 2 3 Units ART 153 C Advanced Ceramics 3 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: ART 140 C This is an intermediate course in advertising/graphic design. Material fees are for materials provided by the department. • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10478 001 9:00-11:50A MW Giardina, Edward FA-221 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 152 C with a minimum grade of “C”. This course looks at the advanced technical and conceptual skills of ceramics. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11886 10498 11904 10500 001 9:30-12:20P MW 002 10:00-11:50A TR 003 1:00-3:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P MW Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Netzer, Jeffrey FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 ART 142 C Advertising/Graphic Design 3 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ART 141 C Special attention and emphasis is placed on planning and preparation of an advertising/graphic portfolio. This is an advanced course in advertising/ graphic design. • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10479 001 9:00-11:50A MW Giardina, Edward FA-221 ART 154 C Raku Ceramics 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 153 C with a minimum grade of “C”. This class explores the raku process and philosophy and is designed for the advanced ceramic student. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11887 11906 12978 12442 001 9:30-12:20P 003 1:00-3:50P 100 6:00-8:50P 002 10:00-11:50A MW MW MW TR Schulps, Molly Schulps, Molly Netzer, Jeffrey Schulps, Molly FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 FA-129 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 26 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM ART 155 C Art Open Laboratory ⁄2 to 2 Units ART 191 C Life Painting 3 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in any art class This course is designed as an open lab. Working time TBA. May be taken for credit 4 times. 10511 001 8/17-12/17 Schulps, Molly Attendance required at organizational meeting Friday, August 21, at 12:00N in FA-129. Lab will be open on Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. FA-129 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 185 C or ART 189 C Painting from the human figure with emphasis on the use of color, light, composition and form. Individual interpretation and expression will also be encouraged. Use of oil or acrylic mediums. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12334 001 9:00-2:50P F Butler, Thomas FA-312 ART 174 C Jewelry Design 2 Units ART 244 C Illustration 3 Units Transfer: CSU A course covering the design and construction of jewelry and small fabricated metal pieces. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12466 001 10:00-1:50P F 10524 100 6:00-9:50P T Ahr, John Ahr, John FA-130 FA-130 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ART 182 C. This course is an introduction to the art and business of illustration. Drawing, rendering and composition skills are extended to problems in commercial illustration. Variety of techniques and media. May be taken for credit 3 times. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10544 001 1:00-3:50P MW Patti, Joyce 1 FA-225 ART 175 C Metalsmithing 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ART 174 C A course covering metalsmithing and construction techniques. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12980 001 10:00-1:50P F 12333 100 6:00-9:50P T Ahr, John Ahr, John FA-130 FA-130 ART 299 C Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This is a course that is designed for the student to pursue an increased knowledge of a particular art discipline. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10548 IS1 8/17-12/17 Patti, Joyce To add above section, see instructor. or email at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu. FA-202 ART 182 C Freehand Drawing 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an introduction to drawing. This class is designed to develop perceptual skills as well as abstract considerations in drawing. A variety of media will be covered from beginning to advanced students. May be taken for credit 4 times. 10527 10532 10535 11909 001 002 003 100 9:30-12:20P 9:30-12:20P 1:00-3:50P 6:00-8:50P MW TR MW MW Tsuno, Devon Patti, Joyce Du Plessis, Daniel Brainard, Todd FA-313 FA-225 FA-313 FA-225 ART COMPUTER GRAPHICS ACG 100 C Intro to Computer Graphics/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU An overview of the many uses of paint, drawing and page layout programs on the Macintosh, with an emphasis on traditional 2D design and publishing. Students create personal 2D still images for their portfolio. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10675 001 9:00-9:50A TR Johnson, Michael SOFTWARE: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Painter 11742 100 5:00-6:50P M Johnson, Michael SOFTWARE: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Painter FA-220 FA-311 ART 185 C Life Drawing 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU The purpose of this course is to approach Life Drawing as a creative and problem-solving process and as a means of self-expression. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11920 002 10536 001 9:00-2:50P F 9:30-12:20P MW Butler, Thomas Patti, Joyce FA-312 FA-312 ART 189 C Fundamentals of Painting 3 Units ACG 101 C Intro to Computer Graphics/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU An overview of the many uses of paint, drawing and page layout programs on a Windows computer, with an emphasis on traditional 2D design and publishing. Students create personal 2D still images for their portfolio. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10676 001 9:00-9:50A TR Johnson, Michael SOFTWARE: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Painter FA-220 FA-311 Transfer: UC/CSU The purpose of this course is to approach painting as a creative and problem-solving process and as a means of self-expression. May be taken for credit 4 times. 10540 001 10542 100 1:00-3:50P TR 6:00-8:50P TR Tsuno, Devon Paiement, Paul FA-312 FA-312 Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 11743 100 5:00-6:50P M Johnson, Michael SOFTWARE: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Painter R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 27 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACG 102 C Intro to MAC Web Graphics 3 Units ACG 112 C Electronic Illustration/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU Overview of the many uses of computer multimedia, with an emphasis on electronic publishing over the Internet. Students create a personal Web page enriched with such audio visual elements as animation, sound, video, 3-D, and different types of still images. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13546 002 1:00-2:50P R SOFTWARE: DreamWeaver 11947 100 7:00-8:50P T SOFTWARE: DreamWeaver Rojsirivat, James Willcocks, Angela FA-220 FA-311 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. This course focuses on the Macintosh generation of Postcript (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and as stand-alone images allowing high resolution output. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12788 100 7:00-8:50P W SOFTWARE: Illustrator Giardina, Edward FA-221 ACG 103 C Intro to Windows Web Graphics 3 Units ACG 113 C Electronic Illustration/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Overview of the many uses of computer multimedia, with an emphasis on electronic publishing over the Internet. Students create a personal Web page enriched with such audio visual elements as animation, sound, video, 3-D and different types of still images. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13547 002 1:00-2:50P R SOFTWARE: DreamWeaver 11739 100 7:00-8:50P T SOFTWARE: DreamWeaver Rojsirivat, James Willcocks, Angela FA-220 FA-311 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. This courses focuses on the Windows generation of Postscript (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and as stand-alone images allowing high resolution output. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12789 100 7:00-8:50P W SOFTWARE: Illustrator Giardina, Edward FA-221 ACG 104 C Intro to MAC 3D Graphics 3 Units ACG 114 C Electronic Illustration 2/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is an overview of 3D computer graphics, with an emphasis on 2D paint and 3D software use in animation on the Macintosh. Students create original 3D still and animation imagery for their portfolio. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11460 100 4:00-5:50P T SOFTWARE: Cinema 4D Holmes, Ian FA-311 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 112 C or MMCG 112 C or ACG 113 C or MMCG 113 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review This course focuses on the advanced usage of Macintosh generation of Postscript (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and as stand- alone images allowing high-resolution output. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12837 100 7:00-8:50P W SOFTWARE: Illustrator Giardina, Edward FA-221 ACG 105 C Intro to Windows 3D Graphics 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is an overview of 3D computer graphics on a Windows computer. Students create original 3D still and animation imagery for their portfolio. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11737 100 4:00-5:50P T SOFTWARE: Cinema 4D Holmes, Ian FA-311 ACG 115 C Electronic Illustration 2/Windows 3 Units ACG 110 C Animation History/Technology 3 Units This course is an introduction to the history and technological development of the field of animation. Emphasis is placed on how animation records, reflects and comments on world events and culture. Animation technology will be explored from nineteenth century to present day 3D computer animation. 14375 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Holmes, Ian ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 112 C or MMCG 112 C or ACG 113 C or MMCG 113 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the advanced usage of Windows generation of Postscript (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and as stand-alone images allowing high-resolution output. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12838 100 7:00-8:50P W SOFTWARE: Illustrator Giardina, Edward FA-221 DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 28 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACG 120 C 3D Modeling/MAC 3 Units ACG 134 C Digital Imaging/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 104 C or MMCG 104 C or ACG 105 C or MMCG 105 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. This course focuses on the introduction of Macintosh generation techniques for developing three-dimensional computer graphics content. 3D modeling and animation tools, menu structures and modeling building applications will be emphasized. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11939 100 4:00-5:50P R SOFTWARE: Maya Holmes, Ian FA-311 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACT 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. The course focus is on the usage of Macintosh based software for the manipulation of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11740 001 8:00-8:50A MW SOFTWARE: Photoshop Johnson, Michael FA-220 ACG 121 C 3D Modeling/Win 3 Units ACG 135 C Digital Imaging/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 104 C or MMCG 104 C or ACG 105 C or MMCG 105 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the introduction of Windows generation techniques for developing three-dimensional computer graphics content. 3D modeling and animation tools, menu structures and modeling building applications will be emphasized. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11941 100 4:00-5:50P R SOFTWARE: Maya Holmes, Ian FA-311 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. The course focus is on the usage of Microsoft Windows-based software for the manipulation of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. Course topics include image enhancement, editing, composite, retouching, photomontages, prepress, color separations and Web-based images. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11744 001 8:00-8:50A MW SOFTWARE: Photoshop Johnson, Michael FA-220 ACG 132 C Electronic Paint/MAC 3 Units ACG 140 C Desktop Publishing I/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C portfolio review This course focuses on the use of Macintosh software as an Ad-design tool to generate “digital camera ready” page layouts. Emphasis is placed on design of the page and varied output options for color composites and separations. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13542 001 1:00-2:50P M SOFTWARE: InDesign Rojsirivat, James FA-211 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focus is on the usage of Macintosh bit-mapped (raster) software using a variety of natural-media software for the creation of original drawings; paintings and illustrations using an assortment of digitally-based chalks, pens, paints, inks, papers and textures. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11952 100 7:00-8:50P M SOFTWARE: Painter, Photoshop Johnson, Michael FA-311 ACG 133 C Electronic Paint/Windows 3 Units ACG 141 C Desktop Publishing I/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 140 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review This course focuses on the use of Microsoft Windows software as an Ad-Design tool to generate “digital camera ready” page layouts. Emphasis is placed on design of the page and varied output options for color composites and separations. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13543 001 1:00-2:50P M SOFTWARE: InDesign Rojsirivat, James FA-211 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review This course focuses on the usage of Microsfot Windows bit-mapped (raster) software using a variety of natural- media software for the creatio of original drawings; paintings and illustrations, using an assortment digitally based chalks, pens, paints, inks, papers and textures. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11953 100 7:00-8:50P M SOFTWARE: Painter, Photoshop Johnson, Michael FA-311 DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday All class Registrations must be done online using myGateway! F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 29 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACG 142 C Destop Publishing 2/MAC 3 Units ACG 165 C Multimedia Authoring/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 140 C or MMCG 140 C or ACG 141 C or MMCG 141 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review This courses focuses on the intermediate use of Macintosh software as an Ad-design tool to generate tool layouts, integrating graphics, illustrations, photographs and text. Emphasis is placed on the design of multi-page layouts for various types of publications and providing “digital camera ready” files for commercial projects. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14358 001 1:00-2:50P M SOFTWARE: InDesign Rojsirivat, James FA-211 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG/MMCG 162 C or ACG/MMCG 163 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the advanced usage of Adobe Flash for Windows generated multi-media content integration into interactive visual presentations. Advanced techniques for designing and programming interactive multimedia presentations will be explored. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13362 001 11:00-12:50P F SOFTWARE: Flash Willcocks, Angela FA-221 ACG 143 C Desktop Publishing 2/Windows 3 Units ACG 181 C Digital Video/Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 140 C or MMCG 140 C or ACG 141 C or MMCG 141 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review This course focuses on the intermediate use of Windows software as an Ad-design tool to generate page layouts, integrating graphics, illustrations, photographs and text. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14360 001 1:00-2:50P M SOFTWARE: InDesign Rojsirivat, James FA-211 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 100 C or MMCG 100 C or ACG 101 C or MMCG 101 C or ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review. This course focuses on the usage of Windows computers/ software and other tools and techniques used for digitizing, editing and composition of video and audio sources used in the fields of multimedia, video editing (both on line and off line) and the creation of Quicktime movies. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12966 100 2:00-3:50P W Holmes, Ian SOFTWARE: Adobe Premire and Apple Final Cut FA-311 ACG 162 C Multimedia Web Design/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the Macintosh generation of multi- media content for integration into interactive WEB presentations. Presentations will be developed for the Web, CD and video display. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14151 100 7:00-8:50P R SOFTWARE: Dreamweaver Willcocks, Angela FA-311 ACG 182 C Digital Cinematography 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 180 C and ACG 181 C. This is a course in digital cinema planning and production taught through research and hands on video production. The roles and responsibilities of the digital cinema artist will be examined, including technical and asethetic skills and knowledge required in developing, budgeting, managing, and distributing programs. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14373 001 1:00-2:50P T Holmes, Ian 1 FA-220 ACG 163 C Multimedia/Windows 3 Units ACG 199 C Computer Graphics Studio ⁄2 to 10 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed as an open laboratory for students currently enrolled in Fine Arts Division courses that require completion of digital assignments and/or personal digital portfolio development. May be taken for a cumulative total of 10 units. Credit/No Credit. • Open Entry/Open Exit 12849 OE1 8/17-12/17 Bilotta, John Lab closed on Saturday Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. FA-220 Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG 102 C or MMCG 102 C or ACG 103 C or MMCG 103 C and ART 120 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the Windows generation of multi-media content for integration into interactive visual presentations. Presentations will be developed for the Web, CD and video. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14362 100 7:00-8:50P R SOFTWARE: Dreamweaver Willcocks, Angela FA-311 ACG 164 C Multimedia Authoring/MAC 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: ACG/MMCG 162 C or ACG/MMCG 163 C or by consent of instructor pending portfolio review The course focuses on the advanced usage of Adobe Flash for Macintosh generated multi-media content integration into interactive visual presentations. Advanced technique for designing and programming interactive multimedia presentations will be explored. • Plus three hours arranged per week in Computer Graphics Studio • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13361 001 11:00-12:50P F SOFTWARE: Flash Willcocks, Angela FA-221 ACG 298AC Contemporary Art & Technology 3 Units This is a contemporary art making course with a special emphasis on new genres and technologically-based media. The course will include lectures, discussions, field trips, and projects that address contemporary art and technology topics. $15.00 Material Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION May be taken for credit 4 times. 13038 001 9:00-10:50A F Giardina, Edward FA-221 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 30 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ASTRONOMY ASTR 116 C Introduction to Astronomy 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An overview of the physical universe. Topics include the night sky, the solar system, the Milky Way galaxy, extrasolar planets, extraterrestrial life and cosmology. Duplicate credit not given for ASTR 116HC. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10884 10885 10886 10887 11642 001 8:30-9:50A MW 002 10:00-11:20A TR 003 1:30-2:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P W 101 6:00-8:50P R Armale, Ron Frey, Mike Frey, Mike Hugenberger, Scott Hugenberger, Scott SEM-124 SEM-126 SEM-126 SEM-113 SEM-114 ACR 010CC Advanced Automotive Collision Repair 6 Units Prereq: ACR 010BC with a grade of “C” or better This course will cover major body repairs with welded panel replacement, panel alignment, upholstery removal and replacement. Glass removal and replacement with advanced metal work, including straightening of frames and the types equipment. 10991 001 10994 100 8:00-11:50A TWR 6:00-9:50P MTW Snook, Daniel Ramos, Larry TE1-111 TE1-111 ACR 010DC Advanced Auto Collision Repair 6 Units 13499 HY1 HYBRID 8/18-10/13 Vu, Phi 6:00-8:50P T 8/18-10/13 Vu, Phi SEM-308 HYBRID CLASS: This 9 week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings as listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. Instructor Website: www.oriondirect.net/phi/cypress. Last day to add: 08/25; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/25; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/29; Last day to drop for refund: 09/18. Prereq: ACR 010CC with a grade of “C” or better Students will learn advanced experiences in all areas of Auto Collision Repairs, body electrical systems, M.I.G. welding, power windows, management, employer-employee relations, shop-related business procedures and rust proofing. 12938 001 12937 100 8:00-11:50A TWR 6:00-9:50P MTW Snook, Daniel Ramos, Larry TE1-111 TE1-111 ACR 011 C Auto Painting and Refinishing 4 Units Students will learn the use of basic auto refinishing materials, equipment, procedures and techniques necessary to properly prepare and refinish the modern automobile. May be taken for credit 3 times. 10995 001 11808 002 1:00-4:50P MW 1:00-4:50P TR Snook, Daniel Ramos, Larry TE1-111 TE1-111 ACR 012 C Automotive Damage Appraisal 3 Units ASTR 117 C Astronomy Lab 1 Unit Course designed to prepare students to enter the field of automotive collision appraisal. Students learn how to make repair estimates on damaged vehicles. 10997 100 10996 101 7:00-9:50P T 7:00-9:50P R Day, James Day, Judith TE3-107 TE3-107 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Coreq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ASTR 116 C Astronomical measurements, telescopes, stellar photometry, planets and moon, comets, asteroids, properties of stars and galaxies, structure of the universe and Hubble’s Law. Duplicate credit not given for ASTR 117HC. 10888 001 13351 002 10889 101 3:30-6:20P M 3:30-6:20P W 6:00-8:50P T Frey, Mike Frey, Mike Hugenberger, Scott SEM-114 SEM-114 SEM-114 ACR 013 C Computerized Automotive Damage Appraisal 3 Units AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR ACR 010AC Automotive Collision Repair 6 Units Progressive course covering the principles and fundamentals of auto collision repair with emphasis on tools of the trade and their proper use, and metal working characteristics. 10989 001 10992 100 8:00-11:50A TWR 6:00-9:50P MTW Snook, Daniel Ramos, Larry TE1-111 TE1-111 Prereq: ACR 012 C or equivalent, or minimum of one year estimating experience This course focuses on developing knowledge of computer-based estimating systems and developing skills necessary for estimating collision damaged vehicles. 12743 100 7:00-10:00P T Staff TE1-113 ACR 020AC Auto Detailing & Car Care 21⁄2 Units Course covers identification of paint conditions, use of car care chemicals, maintenance of the paint surface, and customer communication. 10998 100 6:00-9:50P R Terwilliger, Edward TE1-111 ACR 020BC Advanced Auto Detailing 21⁄2 Units ACR 010BC Advanced Auto Collision Repair 6 Units Prereq: ACR 020AC Course covers detailing business start up, customer service and advanced detailing techniques. 11000 100 6:00-9:50P R Terwilliger, Edward TE1-111 Prereq: ACR 010AC with a grade of “C” or better This course covers advanced metal straightening, door replacement, door repair and alignment, front sheet metal repairs and alignment, bumper repair replacement and alignment, and bumper energy absorbing systems. 10990 001 10993 100 8:00-11:50A TWR 6:00-9:50P MTW Snook, Daniel Ramos, Larry TE1-111 TE1-111 Purchasing an AS Benefits Card . . . Gets YOU great benefits and discounts for food, entertainment, and other services! $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 31 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACR 040 C Automotive Body/Structural Alignment and Repair 4 Units AT 115 C Automotive Air Conditioning 4 Units Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ACR 010BC, ACR 010CC, or ACR 010DC, or employment in the industry Course emphasizes diagnosis and restructuring of unitized automobile and light trucks, structural restoration, corrosion control, welding, maintenance of hydraulic pumps and rams. 13616 100 6:00-8:50P MR Snook, Daniel TE1-110 Transfer: CSU A comprehensive study of principles of operation and theory of automotive air conditioning. Demonstrated lecture shop lab simulators and live vehicles will be used. 13643 100 6:00-7:29P R 6:00-7:29P T LAB 7:30-8:50P R LAB 7:30-8:50P T Boatright, Richard Boatright, Richard Boatright, Richard Boatright, Richard TE1-113 TE3-113 TE1-113 TE3-113 ACR 050 C ACR/Special Projects 2 to 3 Units Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ACR 010BC, ACR 010CC, ACR 010DC, and ACR 011BC This course is designed to offer students a supervised independent program to continue and broaden their studies in automotive collision repairs. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus 3-6 hours laboratory TBA per week 10999 001 12:00-12:50P R Snook, Daniel Organizational meeting Monday, August 18, at 11:00 a.m. TE1-111 AT 120 C Auto Engine Repair/Machining 12 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: AT 101 C or AT 110 C Course covers techniques and practical skill required for repair of the automobile engine. Lectures, problem diagnosis, and skill development on “live” vehicles are included. 11921 001 12:30-4:50P MTWR Staff TE3-115 ACR 060 C Collision Repair Management 3 Units AT 130 C Auto Chassis and Brake Systems 12 Units Course assist students in management concepts of the collision repair industry. Emphasis is on productivity and inventory control, labor and parts pricing, customer relations, and budgeting. 14390 100 7:00-9:50P W Bugbee, Walter TE1-113 Advisory: AT 101 C or AT 110 C This course covers techniques and practical skills required for the repair and diagnosis of suspension and steering systems, brake systems, wheel alignment and wheel balance. Lectures, problem diagnosis, and application of “live” vehicles included. Preparation for ASE Certification covered (A4 and A5). 11922 001 7:30-11:50A MTWR Alexander, John TE1-105 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY AT 050 C Special Projects - Automotive Technology 1 AT 140 C Auto Transmissions/Drivetrains ⁄2 to 3 Units 12 Units This course is designed to offer the student a supervised independent program to continue their studies in automotive technology. Only approved project work will be allowed. May be taken for credit 3 times. 11900 001 8/17-12/17 Alexander, John TE1-105 Organizational meeting Tuesday, August 18 at 12:00 p.m. to be held in TE1-105 or contact instructor at [email protected] Transfer: CSU Advisory: AT 101 C or AT 110 C Course covers operating principles, design, repair, overhaul and service procedures of automatic transmissions. Lectures, shop lab work and practical application on “live” vehicles included. 11923 100 7:30-11:50A MTWR Beard, Michael TE1-105 AT 150 C Auto Performance/Driveability 12 Units AT 101 C Survey of the Automobile 3 Units Transfer: CSU Provides fundamental knowledge of the automobile, including engines, power trains, suspension and brakes, electrical and fuel systems. Course is lecture and demonstration only. 12607 001 14210 002 9:00-11:50A F 6:00-8:50P F Staff Staff TE3-115 TE3-111 Transfer: CSU Advisory: AT 101 C or AT 110 C This course covers the operating principles, design, repair, and diagnosis of computerized engine management systems, alternators, starters, batteries, ignition and fuel systems. Lecture and practical application on “live” late model vehicles. 11924 001 5:30-9:50P MTWR Klyde, Michael TE1-105 AT 160 C Basic Auto Electricity 4 Units AT 110 C Automotive Fundamentals 4 Units This course is an introduction in the concepts of electrical and electronic controls of the automobile. Test equipment, simulator boards, and on-car diagnosis will be emphasized. 14215 002 11925 001 8:00-10:50A TR 1:00-3:50P TR Staff Beard, Michael Bravek, Lester Bravek, Lester TE3-113 TE3-113 TE3-113 Transfer: CSU This course provides fundamental knowledge of the automobile, including engines, power trains, suspension and brakes, electrical and fuel systems. Class includes three hours laboratory per week. 11901 001 12922 100 1:00-3:50P MW 6:30-9:20P MW Staff Rentie, Elmer TE1-105 TE3-107 13622 100 6:30-7:59P MW LAB 8:00-9:20P MW Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. = Honors = Hybrid = Online VERIFY YOUR ENROLLMENT Did you know? You can verify your class schedule throughout the term by accessing myGateway. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 32 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM AT 170 C Basic Area Clean Air Car 5 Units AT 203 C Toyota Engine Controls 852 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course prepares students for the State of California Licensed Smog Check Mechanic Test. Modern diagnostic equipment including BAR 97 chassis dynamometer will be used in sessions. 11937 100 6:30-8:19P R 6:30-9:20P T Rojas, Allen Rojas, Allen TE3-118 TE3-118 Transfer: CSU This course is designed to familiarize the technician in all areas of the Toyota engine control systems. 11946 100 6:30-9:20P TR 10/20-12/3 Fu, Andy TE1-105 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. AT 171 C Advanced Clean Air Car Course 2 Units AT 210 C Toyota Hybrid Vehicles 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Course covers operating procedures and repair strategies for loaded mode emissions testing. Course meets BAR smog check licensing requirements. 12749 100 8:20-10:10P R Rojas, Allen TE3-118 Transfer: CSU This course is designed to familiarize experienced technicians with operating principles, service techniques, and diagnostic procedures for repairing the Toyota Hybrid System. 12828 100 6:30-9:20P TR 12/8-12/17 Fu, Andy TE1-105 Last day to add: 12/08; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 12/08; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/15; Last day to drop for refund: 12/08. AT 180 C Intro to Alternative Fuels 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers the design, operation, conversion, and repair of gaseous fuel vehicles. Special emphasis is placed on compressed natural gas systems. 14240 100 6:00-8:50P MW 8/18-10/15 Staff TE1-105 Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. AT 220 C Lower Engine Blueprinting 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers the design, operation, modification, and blueprinting of the lower engine assembly. 14237 100 6:00-7:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Staff TE3-115 Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. AT 181 C Intro Electric/Hybrid Vehicles 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides an introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles that covers theory, design, operation, maintenance, and repair of electric and hybrid vehicles. 14253 100 6:00-7:50P MW 10/20-12/17 Staff TE1-105 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. AT 221 C Upper Engine Blueprinting 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers the design, operation, modification, and blueprinting of an upper engine assembly. 14252 100 6:00-7:50P TR 10/20-12/17 Staff TE3-115 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. AT 201 C Toyota Basic Electrical 623 2 Units AT 225 C ASE Test Prep - Engine Repair 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU This course is designed to give a basic understanding of Toyota electrical concepts and techniques, operation, diagnosis, and repair of the battery, starting, and charging system. 11942 100 6:30-9:20P TR 8/18-9/24 Fu, Andy TE1-105 Last day to add: 08/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop for refund: 08/18. Transfer: CSU This review course will help prepare students to take and pass the ASE engine repair certification test. Theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair will be covered. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14248 100 6:00-8:50P F 11/6-11/20 Staff TE1-105 Last day to add: 11/06; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/06; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 11/06. AT 202 C Toyota Body Electrical 652 1 Unit AT 235 C ASE Test Prep - Brakes 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU This course is designed to provide instruction in Toyota body electrical concepts and techniques, diagnosis, and repair of body computer systems on the vehicle. 11945 100 6:30-9:20P TR 9/29-10/15 Fu, Andy TE1-105 Last day to add: 09/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/29. Transfer: CSU This review course will help prepare students to take and pass the ASE brake certification test. Theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair will be covered. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14250 100 6:00-8:50P F 11/6-11/20 Alexander, John TE1-105 Last day to add: 11/06; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/06; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 11/06. Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 33 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM 1 • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM AT 245 C ASE Test Prep - Manual Trans ⁄2 Unit AVIA 132 C Private Pilot 4 Units Transfer: CSU This review course will help prepare students to take and pass the ASE manual transmission and drive-train certification test. Theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair will be covered. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14251 100 6:00-8:50P F 10/16-10/30 Beard, Michael TE3-115 Last day to add: 10/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/23; Last day to drop for refund: 10/16. Transfer: CSU Prepares the student for the FAA Knowledge examination for the Private Pilot Certificate and meets the FAA requirements for ground instruction. 12180 LS1 12:30-3:50P TR 9/1-12/17 Wotring, Samuel TE1-216 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 11990 LS2 6:00-9:15P MW 8/31-12/16 Ennis, Elizabeth TE1-216 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. AT 265 C ASE Test Prep - Electrical 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU This review course will help prepare students to take and pass the ASE electrical certification test. Theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair will be covered. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13397 101 6:00-8:50P F 10/16-10/30 Casella, Russell TE3-113 Last day to add: 10/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/23; Last day to drop for refund: 10/16. AVIA 140 C Meteorology 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AVIA 132 C A study of weather recognition: fog, fronts, clouds, weather maps and symbols, forecasting pressure patterns, wind systems, with practical application for safe flying practices. 14297 LS1 6:00-9:20P R 9/3-12/17 Wilcox, James TE1-216 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. AVIATION AVIA 050 C Special Projects-Aviation 2 Units Individually directed research by independent study, dealing with present and future problems of the aviation/ travel industry. Students will apply principles and procedures to practical problems. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus 3 hours laboratory TBA per week 12368 LS1 4:00-5:05P T 9/1-12/15 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. AVIA 144 C Aircraft & Engines 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AVIA 132 C This course is a study of the theory of flight, aircraft design, construction, operation limitations, repair and maintenance, maintenance records and aircraft accessories. 11989 LS1 6:00-9:20P T 9/1-12/15 Wilcox, James TE1-216 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. AVIA 102 C Career Communication/Portfolio 3 Units AVIA 190 C Flight Training-Private Pilot 2 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn how professional presentation skills can make the difference in achieving their personal career success. Students will develop a resume, cover letter, business writing samples, interviewing skills, technology basics, business etiquette skills, test-taking strategies and a career portfolio. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13752 LS1 12:30-3:40P M 8/31-12/14 Selders, Kathie TE1-200 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. 13842 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Jones, Jeanette ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU Students who have earned the FAA Private Pilot Certificate may be granted college credit by meeting the above prerequisites and the Credit by Examination requirements as published in the current Cypress Catalog. • Formerly AVIA 090 C) • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14399 LS1 9/2-12/16 Totusek, Torger TE1-218 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. AVIA 103 C Aviation Open Lab 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: Students must be enrolled in another Aviation course. This open-entry, open-exit course with flexible hours and variable units allows self-paced individualized instruction and/or practice in flight skills for aviation students. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14296 LS1 9/8-12/14 Staff TE1-218 Last day to add: 11/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/07. Aviation Go Places! Private Pilot Commercial Pilot Aviation Management Questions? 714-484-7411 www.airlinetravelcareers.com = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 34 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM AVIA 191 C Flight Trng Instrument Rating 2 Units AVIA 295 C Aviation Internship 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students who have earned an FAA Instrument Rating on their Pilot Certificate may be granted college credit by meeting the above prerequisites and the Credit by Examination requirements as published in the current Cypress Catalog. • Formerly AVIA 091 C • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14401 LS1 9/2-12/16 Totusek, Torger TE1-218 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Transfer: CSU This course offers practical work experience in an approved aviation related industry for the student(s) in the Aviation program. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14299 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. AVIA 192 C Flight Trng Commercial Pilot 2 Units AVIA 299 C Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Students who have earned the FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate may be granted college credit by meeting the above prerequisites and the Credit by Examination requirements as published in the current Cypress Catalog. • Formerly AVIA 092 C) • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14402 LS1 9/2-12/16 Totusek, Torger TE1-218 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Transfer: CSU Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge in the airline and/or travel industry through individual research and study. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14300 400 9/8-12/17 Reiland, Kathleen TE1-200 Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the instructor. Please email your instructor at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu. Last day to add: 09/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/15. AVIA 196 C Ground Trainer Laboratory - Instrument Flight 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in AVIA 232 C or AVIA 240 C Course offers students the opportunity to develop and maintain instrument flight skills. Lab time will be divided between instrument ground trainer and audio visual aids. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14298 LS1 6:00-8:20P M 8/31-12/14 Totusek, Torger TE1-218 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. Experience Service Learning at Cypress College AVIA 232 C Instrument Rating 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: AVIA 136 C and AVIA 140 C or 120 hours of flight time This course is designed to prepare or requalify a student in instrument flight procedures and techniques. Review material required to pass FAA Instrument Pilot and other knowledge exams. May be taken 2 times for credit. 12462 LS1 6:00-9:20P W 9/2-12/16 Wotring, Samuel TE1-218 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Be a part of a program on campus that helps students fulfill their academic goals and assists the community at the same time! Service Learning is a teaching method that promotes student learning through active participation in meaningful and planned service experience in the community that are directly related to the course content. Through reflective activities, students enhance their understanding of course content, general knowledge, sense of civic responsibility, self-awareness and commitment to the community. • Incorporate community service into your general education courses • Apply course skills in a realistic environment • Explore career options in a course setting • Increase civic awareness of the community • Experience a hands-on teaching method • Strengthen the ethic of service • Transfer service learning hours to a four-year institution Please contact Kathryn Sonne, Service Learning Director in the Student Center, Room 202 for further information and a list of courses. (714) 484-7452 or [email protected] F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday 35 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM BIOLOGY BIOL 101 C General Biology - Lecture/Lab 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: High School Chemistry or CHEM 101 C or CHEM 107 C recommended A survey of modern biological concepts from the areas of molecular, cellular, organismic, and population biology, stressing evolution as the central theme of modern biology. Duplicate credit not granted for BIOL 101HC. No credit if taken after BIOL 111 C, BIOL 113 C or BIOL 177 C. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10461 001 8:00-9:50A MW LAB 11:00-1:50P M 10462 002 8:00-9:50A MW LAB 11:00-1:50P W 10463 003 8:00-9:50A TR LAB 10:30-1:20P T 10464 004 8:00-9:50A TR LAB 10:30-1:20P R 13098 800 5:00-6:50P F LAB 7:00-8:20P F 9:00-10:50A S LAB 11:00-12:20P S 10468 005 1:00-2:50P MW LAB 3:00-5:50P M 10469 006 1:00-2:50P MW LAB 3:00-5:50P W 10465 007 1:00-2:50P TR LAB 3:00-5:50P T 10467 008 1:00-2:50P TR LAB 3:00-5:50P R 10470 100 5:00-6:50P MW LAB 7:00-8:20P MW 10471 101 5:00-8:50P T LAB 6:00-8:50P R 11757 102 5:00-8:50P R LAB 6:00-8:50P T Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Gill, David Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Latham, Luke Latham, Luke Latham, Luke Latham, Luke Ogoshi, Fumio Ogoshi, Fumio Ogoshi, Fumio Ogoshi, Fumio Neely, Joshua Neely, Joshua MacDuff, Gordon MacDuff, Gordon Mayo, Mark Mayo, Mark SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-124 SEM-311 SEM-124 SEM-311 SEM-317 SEM-311 SEM-317 SEM-311 SEM-334 SEM-311 BIOL 102 C Human Biology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A study of modern biological concepts presented in a human context. Concepts will include human evolution, anatomy, physiology, genetics, and population biology. Not open to students with credit in BIOL 101 C or BIOL 101HC. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10472 001 8:30-9:50A MW Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-126 14012 LS1 6:00-9:20P T 9/8-12/15 Mintzer, Alex SEM-124 Last day to add: 09/22; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/22; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/15. 13026 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Spooner, Stephanie 4:00-5:50P R (8/20) Spooner, Stephanie 4:00-5:50P R (9/24) Spooner, Stephanie 4:00-5:50P R (11/5) Spooner, Stephanie 4:00-5:50P R (12/10) Spooner, Stephanie ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. SEM-124 SEM-124 SEM-124 SEM-124 BIOL 103 C Environmental Science 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A study of the ecological principles which form the basis for understanding human existence in relation to environmental quality. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10473 001 14013 002 10474 101 9:30-10:50A TR 3:00-4:20P MW 6:00-8:50P W Engelhardt, Thomas Gill, David Mintzer, Alex SEM-124 SEM-126 SEM-124 BIOL 107 C Nutrition & World Food Issues 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A study of the biological basis of basic nutritional requirements as they relate to human health, disease prevention, the world food supply and ecology. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13108 001 1:00-2:20P TR Palmisano, Michelle SEM-126 Take Online BIOL 102 C!!! Empower Yourself to be Healthy! and earn 3 life science GE credits toward your degree • • • • Learn human biology, ecology, genetics, & evolution Earn science credits Paced self-study No parking hassles, avoid traffic, save gas = Honors = Hybrid = Online NUTRITION AND WORLD FOOD ISSUES Biol. 107 C, T/R 1:00-2:50 PM = Teacher Prep = UTAP 36 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM BIOL 111 C Principles of Biology 1 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 111AC Advisory: ENGL 060 C A course treating the principles of molecular and cellular biology including cell structure, function, growth, reproduction, development and genetics for science majors. 10475 001 8:00-9:20A TR Rajab, Adel SEM-126 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. CYPRESS COLLEGE BIOLOGY MAJORS COURSE SEQUENCE** MATH 030 C & 040 C or H.S. Equivalent CSU or UC Bound MATH 141 C & 142 C PHYS 130 C or H.S. Phys CHEM 107 C OR Take & Pass Chem Proficiency Test MATH 150AC PHYS 201 C fall CHEM 111AC Concurrent ok BIOL 111 C/ 112 C MATH 150BC PHYS 202 C spring CHEM 111BC BIOL 113 C/ 114 C Concurrent ok UC Bound Concurrent ok PHYS 210 C fall CHEM 211AC fall BIOL 177 C fall PHYS 211 C spring CHEM 211BC spring BIOL 278 C spring ** Each UC and CSU university has specific transfer requirements. Please consult with your counselor and www.assist.org for campus-specific requirements. Contact: Dr. Adel Rajab at [email protected] or (714) 484-7000 x48629 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 37 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM BIOL 112 C Principles of Biology 1 Lab 2 Units BIOL 177 C Genetics 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 111 C This is a laboratory course that complements BIOL 111 C. This course explores modern experimental molecular, biochemical, and cellular biology techniques. 10476 001 11760 002 9:30-12:20P TR 1:30-4:20P TR Rajab, Adel Rajab, Adel SEM-334 SEM-334 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: BIOL 111 C This course presents classical, molecular, and population genetics with an emphasis on data analysis and problem solving. Projects utilizing the Internet will be required. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12075 100 4:30-5:50P MW Rajab, Adel SEM-215 BIOL 113 C Principles of Biology 2 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of BIOL 111 C or equivalent course with a grade of “C” or better A course to introduce students to the diversity, evolution, physiology and ecology of living organisms for science majors. 10487 001 10:00-11:20A TR Mintzer, Alex SEM-317 BIOL 210 C Anatomy & Physiology 5 Units Transfer: CSU This course includes a study of the normal structure and function of the human body using mammalian specimens as examples. Selected physiological exercises which utilize the student’s own body function. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10508 001 12:00-1:20P MW Sato, Dee Ann SEM-124 LAB 8:00-10:50A MW Sato, Dee Ann SEM-323 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 13060 800 5:30-6:50P F LAB 7:00-9:50P F 8:00-9:20A S LAB 9:30-12:20P S Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond SEM-214 SEM-323 SEM-214 SEM-323 BIOL 114 C Principles of Biology 2 Lab 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 113 C or equivalent course with a grade of “C” or better This laboratory course complements BIOL 113 C. This course introduces students to the diversity, evolution, physiology and ecology of living organisms for biology majors. 10503 001 1:00-3:50P TR Mintzer, Alex SEM-317 BIOL 122 C Marine Biology 5 Units 13109 003 12:00-1:20P TR Sato, Dee Ann SEM-316 LAB 9:00-11:50A TR Sato, Dee Ann SEM-323 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10509 002 12:00-1:20P MW Sato, Dee Ann SEM-124 LAB 1:30-4:20P MW Sato, Dee Ann SEM-323 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 14302 LAB 1:30-4:20P TR 102 4:30-5:50P TR 10518 101 5:30-6:50P TR LAB 7:00-9:50P TR Staff Staff Harris, Linda Harris, Linda SEM-323 SEM-308 SEM-323 SEM-323 Transfer: UC/CSU A survey of the biology of marine organisms and marine ecology, including an introduction to physical and chemical oceanography. A single optional boat field trip may be scheduled with a charter cost not to exceed $30. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10504 001 1:00-2:50P TR LAB 9:00-11:50A R Morris, Kimo Morris, Kimo SEM-302 SEM-302 BIOL 160 C Integrated Medical Science 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course includes a systematic coverage of the fundamental physical/ chemical principles, basic biological concepts, and fundamentals of anatomy and physiology. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10505 001 13024 OL1 1:30-2:50P MW Mintzer, Alex SEM-124 SEM-124 SEM-124 SEM-124 SEM-124 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gober, Joel (8/18) Sato, Dee Ann & Gober, Joel 4:00-5:50P T 4:00-5:50P T (9/22) Sato, Dee Ann & Gober, Joel 4:00-5:50P T (11/3) Sato, Dee Ann & Gober, Joel 4:00-5:50P T (12/8) Sato, Dee Ann & Gober, Joel ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. Take Online BIOL 160 C!!! Instructors Gober & Sato • • • • • = Online Learn human anatomy and physiology Earn science credits Paced self-study No parking hassles, avoid traffic, save gas CRN # 13024 = Teacher Prep = UTAP = Honors = Hybrid 38 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM BIOL 220 C Medical Microbiology 4 Units BIOL 231 C (continued) 13058 004 10:30-11:50A MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 LAB 12:00-2:50P W Gober, Joel SEM-335 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 13057 005 10:30-11:50A MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 LAB 3:00-5:50P M Staff SEM-335 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12196 008 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 1:00-2:20P TR 12200 009 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 2:30-3:50P TR 12197 010 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 4:30-5:50P TR 13856 101 6:00-7:20P MW LAB 7:30-8:50P MW 12301 102 6:00-7:20P TR LAB 7:30-8:50P TR 14380 HY1 Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Feher, Beth Kil, Sung Hee Kil, Sung Hee Feher, Beth Feher, Beth SEM-124 SEM-335 SEM-124 SEM-335 SEM-124 SEM-335 SEM-335 SEM-335 SEM-327 SEM-335 Transfer: CSU This course is a study of the etiology, transmission, diagnosis, pathology and control of infectious disease. Special attention is given to the topics of immunology and chemotherapy. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10520 001 12:00-1:20P MW Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-126 LAB 9:00-11:50A M Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-302 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 10526 002 12:00-1:20P MW Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-126 LAB 9:00-11:50A W Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-302 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 10529 003 12:00-1:20P MW Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-126 LAB 9:00-11:50A F Agak, George SEM-302 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 10530 100 5:00-6:20P TR LAB 6:30-9:20P T 10533 101 5:00-6:20P TR LAB 6:30-9:20P R Chiplunkar, Sujata Chiplunkar, Sujata Chiplunkar, Sujata Chiplunkar, Sujata SEM-126 SEM-302 SEM-126 SEM-302 BIOL 220 C Medical Microbiology closed? What to do? Enroll in BIOL 160 C Online to get a head start learning your medical terminology, biological chemicals, cell structure and organelle function. Prepare yourself to succeed and excel in BIOL 220 C by enrolling in BIOL 160 C Online first! BIOL 231 C General Human Anatomy 4 Units HYBRID 8/17-12/17 Gober, Joel 3:00-4:20P M Gober, Joel SEM-215 LAB 3:00-5:50P W Gober, Joel SEM-335 HYBRID CLASS: This full-semester Hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: High School Biology and Chemistry This course includes a logical analysis of body tissues, organs, and systems. The lecture and three hour laboratory stress the microscopic, developmental, and gross anatomy of mammals, with special emphasis on human anatomy. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12660 001 10:30-11:50A MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 LAB 7:30-10:20A M Babiar, Ryan SEM-335 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12661 002 10:30-11:50A MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 LAB 7:30-10:20A W Babiar, Ryan SEM-335 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12198 006 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 8:00-9:20A TR 12199 007 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 9:30-10:50A TR Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony SEM-124 SEM-335 SEM-124 SEM-335 BIOL 231 C Human Anatomy closed? What to do? Enroll in BIOL 160 C to get a head start learning your anatomy, medical terminology, biological chemicals, histology, cell structure and function, and organ systems. Prepare yourself to succeed and excel in BIOL 231 C by enrolling in BIOL 160 C first! Take Hybrid BIOL 231 C!!! CRN #14380 12662 003 10:30-11:50A MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 LAB 12:00-2:50P M Gober, Joel SEM-335 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. Instructor Gober • • • • M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Learn human anatomy Earn science credits with lab Paced self-study No parking hassles, avoid traffic, save gas F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 39 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM BIOL 241 C General Human Physiology 4 Units Transfer: UC (pending)/CSU Prereq: BIOL 230 C or BIOL 231 C or BIOL 210 C This course is an in-depth study of human function. Special attention is given to the abnormal as well as the normal functional state. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12201 001 8:00-9:20A MW Spooner, Stephanie SEM-316 LAB 9:30-10:50A MW Spooner, Stephanie SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 13065 004 11:30-12:50P TR Gober, Joel SEM-126 LAB 8:00-10:50A T Babiar, Ryan SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 13066 005 11:30-12:50P TR Gober, Joel SEM-126 LAB 8:00-10:50A R Babiar, Ryan SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 13062 002 3:00-4:20P MW LAB 11:00-1:50P M Ogoshi, Fumio Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-124 SEM-316 BUSINESS — SEE MANAGEMENT, MARKETING OR OFFICE TECHNOLOGY CHEMISTRY Which Chemistry Course Do I Take First? CHEM 101 C — Introduction to Chemistry Health Science Majors (Math 020 C advisory) CHEM 107 C — Foundations of College Chemistry Science Majors without a strong chemistry background (Math 040 C or equivalent) CHEM 111 C — General Chemistry Science Majors with a strong chemistry background (Prerequisites apply — see course for details, practice proficiency exam on reserve in LLRC — scantron 882-E required, actual proficiency exam given on the first day of class) CHEM 101 C Introduction to Chemistry 5 Units 12202 003 3:00-4:20P MW Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-124 LAB 11:00-1:50P W Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12203 006 11:30-12:50P TR Gober, Joel SEM-126 LAB 1:30-4:20P T Kil, Sung Hee SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12204 007 11:30-12:50P TR Gober, Joel SEM-126 LAB 1:30-4:20P R Kil, Sung Hee SEM-316 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Times for this session will be determined the first week of class. 12623 100 5:00-7:50P M LAB 5:00-7:50P W Sanchez, Tony Sanchez, Tony SEM-316 SEM-316 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: MATH 020 C This is the first of a two-semester sequence and includes the study of basic concepts and principles of general, inorganic, and organic chemistry. No credit granted if taken after CHEM 111AC. 10550 001 7:00-8:50A TR 9:00-9:50A T 9:00-11:50A R 8:00-9:50A MW 10:00-10:50A W 10:00-12:50P M Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-116 SEM-322 SEM-322 SEM-308 SEM-322 SEM-322 SEM-308 SEM-322 SEM-322 SEM-215 SEM-215 SEM-322 SEM-308 SEM-308 SEM-322 BIOL 241 C Human Physiology closed? What to do? Enroll in BIOL 160 C to get a head start learning your physiology, medical terminology, biological chemicals, cell structure and function, and organ systems. Prepare yourself to succeed and excel in BIOL 241 C by enrolling in BIOL 160 C first! 10549 002 12162 005 12:00-1:50P MW 2:00-2:50P M 2:00-4:50P W 13142 003 3:00-4:50P TR 5:00-5:50P R 5:00-7:50P T 5:00-6:50P MW 7:00-7:50P M 7:00-9:50P W 10551 100 VERIFY YOUR ENROLLMENT Did you know? You can verify your class schedule throughout the term by accessing myGateway. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 40 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CHEM 103 C Chemistry in a Changing World 3 Units Regarding a prerequisite for CHEM 111AC, a practice chemistry proficiency examination is available for a one-hour reserve at the Circulation Desk in the Library/Learning Resource Center (LLRC). CHEM 111AC General Chemistry 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This is a general education course in chemistry. A non- mathematical approach will be taken to examine the fundamental concepts of chemistry and their application. Duplicate credit not granted for CHEM 103HC. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13021 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Staff 1:00-2:50P S (8/22) Staff SEM-114 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. At the time of registration, students MUST update your current e-mail address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. Assignments, discussions, instructor feedback, and exams will take place online. If you do not receive an E-mail containing class information from the instructor by August 17th, please contact the instructor at [email protected] edu. There will be an optional on-campus orientation on Saturday, August 22nd from 1-3pm in SEM-114 to provide hands-on technical training for students requiring additional technical support. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: CHEM 107 C with a grade of “C” or better, or a passing score on the Chemistry Proficiency Test. Two years of high school algebra or MATH 040 C. First semester of a two-semester sequence designed to cover general principles of inorganic chemistry with laboratory analysis and chemical computations. 10556 001 10:00-11:50A TR 12:30-2:50P TR 11769 003 10557 002 10558 100 2:00-3:50P MW 11:00-1:20P MW 3:00-5:20P TR 6:00-7:50P TR 5:30-7:50P MW 8:00-9:50P MW Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-308 SEM-315 SEM-308 SEM-315 SEM-315 SEM-206 SEM-315 SEM-308 CHEM 104 C Physical Science for Teachers 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C This non-majors course will explore fundamental concepts in physical science. Topics include global warming, kitchen chemistry, the automobile, atoms, energy, geology, and astronomy. Students will work in small project teams to investigate natural phenomena. 12332 001 8:00-10:50A T Staff SEM-112 8:00-10:50A R Staff SEM-112 The above class is also part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. CHEM 111BC General Chemistry 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of CHEM 111AC with a grade of “C” or better This is the second semester of General Chemistry. Topics covered include chemical kinetics, equilibria, acid-base, thermodynamics, electrochemistry and transition elements. 11728 002 8:00-9:50A TR 10:30-12:50P TR Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-308 SEM-307 SEM-317 SEM-307 10559 001 10:00-11:50A MW 12:30-2:50P MW CHEM 107 C Foundations of College Chemistry 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or equivalent. General introduction to the basic concepts, principles and laws of modern chemistry. 10553 002 8:00-9:50A TR 10:00-10:50A T 10:00-12:50P R Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-327 SEM-319 SEM-319 SEM-126 SEM-319 SEM-319 SEM-308 SEM-319 SEM-319 SEM-327 SEM-327 SEM-319 SEM-327 SEM-327 SEM-319 CHEM 201 C Basic Organic and Biochemistry 5 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: CHEM 101 C This course follows CHEM 101 C. It is specifically designed for students requiring one year of allied health chemistry in preparation for careers in health professions. No credit if taken after CHEM 211AC. 13143 002 7:00-8:50A TR 9:00-9:50A T 9:00-11:50A R Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-332 SEM-310 SEM-315 SEM-334 SEM-310 SEM-310 SEM-308 SEM-308 SEM-310 10554 003 10:00-11:50A MW 12:00-12:50P W 12:00-2:50P M 10552 001 12:00-1:50P TR 2:00-2:50P R 2:00-4:50P T 12482 005 2:00-3:50P MW 4:00-4:50P M 4:00-6:50P W 5:00-6:50P MW 7:00-7:50P M 7:00-9:50P W 12331 001 10:00-11:50A MW 12:00-12:50P M 12:00-2:50P W 12608 003 2:00-3:50P TR 4:00-4:50P R 4:00-6:50P T 10555 100 CHEM 211AC Organic Chemistry 5 Units Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of CHEM 111BC with a grade of “C” or better This course is the first semester of a two-semester lecture and laboratory sequence. It is designed for majors in chemistry, life sciences, and premedical/pre-dental programs 12797 002 8:00-9:50A TR 10:20-12:40P TR Staff Staff Staff Staff SEM-214 SEM-305 SEM-308 SEM-305 10560 001 10:00-11:50A MW 12:20-2:40P MW M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 41 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CHINESE CHIN 101 C Elementary Chinese-Mandarin I 5 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history of China. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12412 001 11:30-1:50P MW 10547 100 7:00-9:20P TR Chi, Hong Chi, Hong BUS-108 BUS-117 COMM 100 C Human Communication 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An introduction to the fundamentals and principles of effective speech communication combining theory and practical application in various communication settings. • Duplicate credit not given for COMM 100HC. 13550 13551 13552 13553 001 002 003 004 7:30-8:50A 7:30-8:50A 8:00-9:20A 8:00-9:20A MW TR MW TR Sparks, Jamie Egland, Kori Pike, Kari Ganer, Patricia CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 13554 800 8:00-1:50P S 10/3-12/12 Ary, Nichole CCCE-4-7 Last day to add: 10/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 10/03. 13555 13556 13558 13559 13560 13561 13557 13562 005 9:00-10:20A MW 006 9:00-11:50A F 008 9:00-10:20A TR 801 9:00-11:50A S 009 9:30-10:50A MW 010 9:30-10:50A TR 007 10:00-12:50P F 011 10:30-11:50A MW Sparks, Jamie Crachiolo, Sarah Koeppel, Liana Levenshus, Joshua Pike, Kari Ganer, Patricia Chavez-Appel, Mercedes Friess, Donna CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-8 COMMUNICATION COMM 050 C Effective Oral Communication 3 Units This course is designed to teach students effective communication techniques in everyday situations. This course is especially helpful for students who speak English as a Second Language. • May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13548 001 2:00-3:20P TR Trickett, Dawn CCCE-2-4 13563 012 10:30-11:50A TR Friess, Donna CCCE-4-8 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. Please e-mail [email protected] CypressCollege.edu for more details. 13564 013 11:00-12:20P MW 13565 014 11:00-12:20P TR 13566 015 12:00-1:20P TR Ganer, Patricia Brydges, Michael Ganer, Patricia CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-8 13567 LS1 12:00-1:25P MW 8/31-12/16 Koeppel, Liana CCCE-4-8 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13568 016 12:30-1:50P MW 13569 017 12:30-1:50P TR Brydges, Michael Friess, Donna CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 13571 300 12:30-3:40P TR 10/20-12/17 Kaimikaua, Charmaine CCCE-4-9 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. THE LANGUAGE ARTS DIVISION IS LOCATED BETWEEN PARKING LOTS 4 & 5 - CYPRESS CONTINUING EDUCATION (SOUTH BUILDING) CE-11-09 13577 018 13579 020 13581 021 1:30-2:50P TR 2:00-3:20P MW 2:00-3:20P TR Brydges, Michael Friess, Donna Lambros, John CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 13781 301 2:00-4:50P MW 10/19-12/16 Chavez-Appel, Mercedes CCCE-4-8 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 13582 13584 13585 13789 13586 13587 100 101 102 107 103 105 4:00-5:20P 6:00-8:50P 6:00-8:50P 6:00-8:50P 7:00-9:50P 7:00-9:50P MW M T W R T Lambros, John Lambros, John Lambros, John Lambros, John Page, Jennifer Page, Jennifer CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-8 CCCE-4-8 FULL-TIME INSTRUCTORS’ OFFICES ENGLISH / FOREIGN LANGUAGE / READING INSTRUCTORS Located in Gym 2 ESL INSTRUCTORS Located in the Cypress Continuing Education Building — CCCE-2-00 OFFICE (Holder Buildings) COMMUNICATION INSTRUCTORS Located in the Cypress Continuing Education Building — CCCE-4-00 OFFICE (Holder Buildings) PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS’ MAILBOXES Located in the Production Center - next to Bookstore Please refer to the map in the back of the schedule = Honors = Hybrid = Online “IMAGINE TEACHING” CYPRESS COLLEGE If you can imagine yourself working in a classroom setting, assisting a teacher, helping students of all ages, being part of a team, and discovering the joys of becoming a school teacher, then this program is for you! Look for the classes with the apple next to it. Paraprofessional Programs …Going Places in Teaching Please call Connie Legaspi or Dennis Davino at (714) 484-7168 in FA-136 or the TP Counselor Velia Lawson at (714) 484-7179 or visit the website at www.CypressCollege.edu/~tpp/ Teacher Preparation & = Teacher Prep = UTAP 42 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM COMM 105 C Interpersonal Communication 3 Units COMM 120 C Intercultural Communication 3 Units Transfer: CSU The purpose of this course is to improve the student’s understanding and abilities to deal effectively with people. Instructional methods include lecture, discussion, simulation experiments, and small group activities. No formal speeches are required. 13590 001 11:00-12:20P TR 13591 002 12:00-1:20P MW 14103 HY1 Koeppel, Liana Friess, Donna CCCE-4-9 CCCE-4-9 Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course focuses on the cultural and social variables, communication theories and practices, and communicative styles that affect the communication process between members of different cultures. 13594 001 2:00-3:20P MW Lambros, John CCCE-4-9 HYBRID 9/2-12/16 Brydges, Michael 2:00-3:20P W 9/2-12/16 Brydges, Michael TE1-200 HYBRID CLASS: This late start 16 week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line(s). To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. The class is part of the Learning Community entitled, “Close Encounters,” Concurrent enrollment in ATC 183 C, (CRN #13660) is required as part of this program. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. COMM 124 C Small Group Communication 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to theoretical and applied concepts in small group communication through participation and observation, analysis, and evaluation of group processes. 14057 001 12:30-1:50P TR Lambros, John BUS-117 COMM 135 C Argument and Critical Thinking 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is a study of critical thinking through argumentation. Emphasis is placed on reasoning, logic, analysis of issues, evidence, refutation, case construction and their relationship to advocacy. 13595 001 13596 100 9:30-10:50A MW 6:00-8:50P W Ganer, Patricia Brydges, Michael CCCE-4-9 CCCE-4-9 COMM 138 C Forensics 1 to 2 Units Coffee, Tea, or … Transfer: CSU This course is designed to prepare students to participate in intercollegiate speech competition. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 13599 001 3:00-5:50P T 8/17-12/17 Koeppel, Liana CCCE-4-8 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. GOT RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS? TAKE COMM 105 C INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION. 3 UNITS MW 12-1:20 or T R 11-12:20 or WED Hybrid 2-3:20 PM INTERCULTURAL COMM Comm 120 C GREAT COURSE! FULFILLS DIVERSITY REQUIREMENT Close Encounters A new Learning Community that connects the courses of Airline Customer Care and Interpersonal Communication • Same students are in both classes • Develop effective communication skills for better customer service • Enhance your online communication in the airline travel industry ATC 183 C Section#13660 Wednesday 12:30 - 1:50 PM Charmaine Kaimikaua M = Monday T = Tuesday M W 2-3:20 COMM 124 C SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION 3 units, UC, CSU, 12:30 -1:50 T R COMM 105 C Section# 14103 Wednesday 2 - 3:20 PM Michael Brydges W = Wednesday R = Thursday COMM 135 C ARGUMENT AND CRITICAL THINKING. Fulfills critical thinking requirement. MW 9:30-10:50, W 6-8:50 pm F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 43 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM COMM 238 C Forensics 1 to 2 Units CIS 075 C Business Skills Development ⁄2 to 10 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed to prepare students to participate in intercollegiate speech competition. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 13600 001 3:00-5:50P T 8/17-12/17 Koeppel, Liana CCCE-4-8 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. COMM 299 C Communication Independent Stud 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units May be taken for a cumulative total of 10 units. This is an open entry/open exit, variable unit course with flexible hours designed for the student who needs to gain marketable job skills in a short period of time. ALL SKILLS: Units of credit earned will vary with each software: (Access, Excel and Lotus for Windows). • Plus 11⁄2 to 30 hours laboratory TBA per week according to units taken. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13734 LS1 12:55-2:00P M 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13740 LS2 5:45-6:50P M 8/31-12/17 Wolfson, Mary BUS-305 The above section provides lecture and lab for Photoshop Elements. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13741 LS3 5:45-6:50P W 8/31-12/17 Molnar, Peter BUS-311 The above section provides lecture and lab for Windows Vista. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13742 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Pierron, Deborah BUS-319 The above section is for students taking ACCT 101 C or ACCT 102 C classes. Please see the instructor for an add code. Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. 13760 LS4 7:00-8:05P R 8/31-12/17 Negrete, Terri BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13744 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 12:55-2:00P M (8/31) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 12:55-2:00P M (12/14) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Veloz, Olivia 6:00-6:50P R (9/3) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 6:00-6:50P R (12/17) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of speech/communication language through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13601 400 8/17-12/17 Young, Eldon CCCE-11-9 To add above section, see the Language Arts Division Office Manager. For Geographic Information Systems (GIS) classes, please see Geography COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS LAB WILL BE OPEN DURING THESE TIMES: 9:00A - 9:00P M TW R Dellinger, Patricia BUS-202 9:00A - 2:00P F 9:00A -12:00N S CIS 050 C Intro-Comp & Software Concepts 2 Units 14334 OL2 This course is designed to teach the basics of computer hardware and software. Students will receive hands-on experience. Students may take this class as preparation for CIS 111 C, CIS 150 C or CIS 250 C. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14332 LS1 4:45-6:50P W 9/2-12/16 Woo, Donna BUS-305 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES Computer Forensics Consider an exciting career in the high-tech computer field of computer forensics. Taught by experts in the field of law enforcement and computer forensics. CIS 276 C 13774 = Honors Computer Forensics I Mon. = Hybrid 6:00-9:50P BUS-204 = Online Add Authorization Codes may be issued by the instructor based on space availability and in accordance with all the requirements for the class. Prior to the first day of class • if the class is OPEN – no add auth code is needed • if the class is CLOSED - an add auth code is needed Beginning the first day of class • an add auth code is needed for ALL classes = Teacher Prep = UTAP 44 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 101 C Intro to Keyboarding/MS Word 1 to 3 Units CIS 103 C Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn to key/type by touch and then learn to format letters, tables, memos and reports using Microsoft Word. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13750 LS1 9:00-11:45A TR 8/31-12/17 Woo, Donna BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13751 LS2 10:00-12:50P MW 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13757 LS3 7:00-9:50P MW 8/31-12/17 Woo, Donna BUS-318 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13749 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 8:00-9:20A T (9/1) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-204 8:00-9:20A T (12/15) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-204 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the required orientation and e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distancelearning. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 5:30-6:50P R (9/3) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-204 5:30-6:50P R (12/17) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-204 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the required orientation and e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distancelearning. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU Advisory: CIS 101 C or CIS 125 C or a basic knowledge of MS Word and the ability to type 20 wpm Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint for business and professional use are taught. Students will be eligible to take Microsoft Office Specialist exams for Excel and PowerPoint. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13209 LS1 7:00-9:50P MW 8/31-12/16 Wolfson, Mary BUS-305 This class uses Microsoft Office 2007 and 2003. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. CIS 107 C Introduction to Windows 1 Unit Transfer: CSU This course is designed to use Microsoft Windows on the personal computer. It covers the graphical user interface, and how to manipulate Windows, using Help, and launching Applications. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10811 300 7:00-9:05P R 10/22-12/17 Le, Tuyet BUS-205 Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. CIS 108 C Introduction to Internet 2 Units 13758 OL2 Transfer: CSU This course will prepare students to use the Internet. Emphasis is on introducing the features of Internet, electronic mail, Telnet, FTP, Usenet, Gopher, and other Internet services. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13211 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Izadi, Behzad 5:30-7:20P T (9/1) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 5:30-7:20P T (12/15) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Learn the new Windows Vista Operating System. Windows Vista can help you organize, store, and edit your music and photographs. Learn how to apply the new desktop themes, backgrounds, sound effects, and screen-savers. Learn to use the Easy Windows Transfer wizard to copy settings and files from your old computer to Windows Vista. CIS 075 C 13741 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Business Skills-Vista Operating System W F = Friday 5:45-6:50P S = Saturday BUS-311 U = Sunday 45 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 109 C Bus. Applications-The Internet 2 Units CIS 111 C Computer Information Systems 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is an introductory course in conducting business over the Internet. Topics include an introduction to the Internet, marketing on the Internet, setting up an Internet-based business and creating business Web pages. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13212 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/13 Wu, Penn 4:00-4:50P F (10/23) Wu, Penn BUS-305 4:00-4:50P F (12/11) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/23. Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides an overview of the fundamental concepts and terminology of computer information systems including lab experience with current computer applications. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10812 001 10813 002 10814 HY1 9:30-10:50A MW 9:30-10:50A TR Saldana, Jesse Jianto, Susana BUS-203 BUS-203 HYBRID 8/17-12/17 McKnight, Richard 11:00-12:20P W McKnight, Richard BUS-203 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on-campus and online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceLearning. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Vonsoosten, Ronald Saldana, Jesse Selitrennikoff, Patrick Vonsoosten, Ronald BUS-203 BUS-203 BUS-203 BUS-203 CIS 110 C Linux Operating System 3 Units 10815 11867 11868 11869 004 11:00-12:20P TR 100 6:00-8:50P M 101 6:00-8:50P W 102 6:30-9:20P T Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to the Linux operating system. Students will learn to install, configure, and manage system resources with Linux. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13175 LS1 7:00-10:10P T 9/1-12/15 Wu, Penn BUS-319 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 13126 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Jianto, Susana 6:00-7:50P R (8/20) Jianto, Susana BUS-203 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 8/20 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Saldana, Jesse 9:00-10:50A S (8/22) Saldana, Jesse BUS-203 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 8/22 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. ONLINE 10/19-12/17 McKnight, Richard 6:00-7:50P R (10/22) McKnight, Richard BUS-203 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 10/22 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. ONLINE 10/19-12/17 McKnight, Richard 9:00-10:50A S (10/24) McKnight, Richard BUS-203 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 10/24 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12166 OL2 13127 OL3 Join Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society 12631 OL4 Benefits: Public recognition for your academic excellence Scholarship opportunities Letters of recommendation Honors Gold Cord worn at graduation Impressive documentation for your resume Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. Minimum GPA to join is 3.0 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ron Armale, SEM-259 Email: [email protected] = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 46 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 116 C Microsoft Outlook and PDA 3 Units CIS 132 C Spreadsheet-Excel for Windows 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 101 C or ability to type 20 wpm Students will learn to use the Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Mail features of Microsoft Outlook and the PDA. The features will be integrated with Microsoft Word. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13762 LS1 6:00-10:15P R 9/3-12/17 Negrete, Terri BUS-305 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course is designed to introduce students to the use of spreadsheet programs in the solution of problems. Students will create, edit, graph, save and print out spreadsheets. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12366 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Anderson, Carl 6:00-7:50P W (8/19) Anderson, Carl BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distancelearning. CIS 120 C Advanced Internet Applications 3 Units Transfer: CSU In this course, students will study the Internet fundamentals, client/server applications, networking, Web site development, Internet security, and E-commerce. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13213 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Izadi, Behzad 5:30-7:20P T (9/1) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 5:30-7:20P T (12/15) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 150 C Intro. to Business Computers 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course studies the technologies that are used in today’s office. A variety of software will be used to illustrate how office technologies can potentially be used. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12396 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 8:30-9:50A W (9/2) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 8:30-9:50A W (12/16) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This class uses Microsoft Office 2007. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 121 C Adobe PDF Document Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU CSU This class is designed to teach students to use Adobe Acrobat Professional to create, edit, and format PDF (Portable Document Formt) files. $7 Materials Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13241 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Moady, Alireza 10:00-11:50A M (10/19) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 10:00-11:50A M (12/14) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. CIS 161 C PC Operating System 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to the computer operating systems. Topics include installing, configuring, upgrading, diagnosing, and troubleshooting the desktop computer operating systems. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13851 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 10:00-11:50A W (9/2) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 10:00-11:50A W (12/16) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 125 C Personal Typing/Keyboarding 2 Units Transfer: CSU This is a beginning course designed for students to learn typing for personal use. The emphasis is on developing keyboarding skills and creating personal business documents. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14335 LS1 10:00-11:30A MW 8/31-12/16 Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Transportation Policy: Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically advised otherwise, you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 47 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 162 C PC Hardware Configurations 3 Units CIS 182 C Data Communications Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course prepares students with both theoretical and practical lessons relating to Microcomputer hardware. Topics include installing, configuring, and upgrading personal computer components and peripherals. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13216 LS1 7:00-10:20P R 9/3-12/17 Craig, John BUS-319 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course is a comprehensive introductory overview of today’s technology in networking and data communications. This course provides hands-on experience covering the duties of a network administrator. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13217 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 5:00-6:20P T (9/1) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 5:00-6:20P T (12/15) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 164 C Computer Desktop Support 3 Units Transfer: CSU CSU This class is designed to teach students the crucial skills based on the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician curriculum (MCDST) to work as a computer end-user supporot in today’s business. $7 Materials Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14336 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 10:00-11:50A T (9/1) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 10:00-11:50A T (12/15) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 185 C Windows Server Administration 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to the Microsoft Windows Server Management and enterprise networks. Students will learn the installation, configuration, and administration of Windows Server Operating System. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14343 LS1 6:30-9:40P T 9/1-12/15 Moady, Alireza BUS-201 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. CIS 179 C Intro. to Web Page Design 3 Units CIS 187 C MS Windows Exchange Server 3 Units Transfer: CSU This introductory course provides a thorough knowledge of HTML (HyperText Markup Language). Topics include creating and controlling HTML text and adding graphics, forms, and tables. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13378 OL2 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Izadi, Behzad 7:30-9:20P T (9/1) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 7:30-9:20P T (12/15) Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course covers installing the Exchange Server software and maintaining the Exchange Server environment. Students should be familiar with the basic concepts of Microsoft Windows operating system. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13218 LS1 5:30-10:35P M 8/31-12/14 Pham, Tony BUS-201 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. CIS 188 C Microsoft Windows TCP/IP 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course teaches students how to install, configure, and troubleshoot the TCP/IP protocols on a Microsoft Windows based network. Students should be familiar with the basic concepts of Microsoft Windows operating system. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13219 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 5:45-10:00P R (9/3) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 5:45-10:00P R (12/17) Moady, Alireza BUS-201 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 48 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 189 C MS Windows Active Directory 3 Units CIS 198 C Microsoft Network Exams Prep. 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course introduces Microsoft Windows Active Directory and enterprise networks. Students should be familiar with the basic concepts of data communications and using Microsoft Windows operating system. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13220 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Izadi, Behzad 5:30-7:20P F (9/4) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 5:30-7:20P F (12/11) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course prepares students for Microsoft Certification exams in Windows Client/Server Administration, Network Infrastructure, and Active Directory. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13764 LS1 5:45-10:00P R 9/3-12/17 Moady, Alireza BUS-201 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 211 C Introduction to Programming 3 Units CIS 194 C Internet Security (ISA) Server 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This beginning course in programming introduces students to the Visual C# .NET and Visual Basic .NET programming languages. Students will learn how to design, code, and debug programs common to the business environment. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11261 001 12:30-1:50P MW 12026 100 6:30-9:20P R 11262 OL1 McKnight, Richard Alfandary, Philip BUS-203 BUS-311 Transfer: CSU This course prepares students to install and configure Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server (ISA) Enterprise Edition. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13763 LS1 6:00-10:15P W 9/2-12/16 Pham, Tony BUS-201 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. ONLINE 8/17-12/17 McKnight, Richard 11:00-12:50P S (8/22) McKnight, Richard BUS-203 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 8/22 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. CIS 195 C Network Security 3 Units CIS 217 C Visual Basic Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course prepares students to identify network security threats and implement procedures for securing networks. Lectures are supplemented with hands-on lab exercises. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13221 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/13 Izadi, Behzad 7:30-9:20P F (10/23) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 7:30-9:20P F (12/11) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/23. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: CIS 211 C This course introduces students to the Visual Basic .NET programming language. Students will learn how to design, code, and debug programs common to the business environment. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12027 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Selitrennikoff, Patrick 6:00-7:50P T (8/18) Selitrennikoff, Patrick BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Advanced Networking Certificate Develop hands-on skills with advanced networking equipment and familiarize yourself with the virtual networking laboratory. Satisfy 50% of requirements for the Advanced Networking Certificate. Enroll in: CIS 248 C CIS 189 C Voice Over IP MS Windows Active Directory. T = Tuesday W = Wednesday WYM? What’s Your Major? If you don’t know . . . don’t delay! Visit the CAREER PLANNING CENTER Today! Located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday 49 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 218 C Visual C# Programming 3 Units CIS 222 C Web Server Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 211 C This course introduces students to the Visual C# .NET programming language. Students will learn how to design, code, and debug programs common to the business environment. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13128 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 1:00-1:50P S (9/5) Wu, Penn BUS-305 1:00-1:50P S (12/12) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course presents advanced topics in Web site development and maintenance. Emphasis is placed on web programming, client/server scripting, and web server configuration. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12736 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Izadi, Behzad 5:30-7:20P R (10/22) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 5:30-7:20P R (12/17) Izadi, Behzad BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. CIS 219 C Advanced Visual Basic 3 Units Transfer: CSU CIS 223 C Visual C++ Programming 3 Units Prereq: CIS 217 C This course covers advanced topics in Visual Basic .NET programming. Topics include creating multiple forms, Object Linking and Embedding (OLE), data controls, and interfacing with external databases. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12602 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Selitrennikoff, Patrick 6:00-7:50P T (8/18) Selitrennikoff, Patrick BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: CIS 211 C This course introduces students to the Visual C++ .NET programming language. Students will learn how to design, code, and debug programs common to the business environment. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13130 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 5:00-5:50P F (9/4) Wu, Penn BUS-305 5:00-5:50P F (12/11) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 220 C Web Page Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn JavaScript syntax and how to use elements of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language (DHTML). • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12628 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 5:30-7:20P M (8/31) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 5:30-7:20P M (12/14) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 226 C Java Programming 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: CIS 211 C This course introduces students to the Java programming language. Students will learn the language syntax, how to design and debug programs, and how to use Java programs with HTML pages. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12028 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Zhou, Jerry 6:00-7:50P R (8/20) Zhou, Jerry BUS-304 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. myGateway Registration! Purchasing an AS Benefits Card . . . Gets YOU great benefits and discounts for food, entertainment, and other services! $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ = Honors = Hybrid = Online All class registrations, adds, drops and withdrawals must be done online using myGateway. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 50 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 230 C Cisco Networking 1 3 Units CIS 236 C Intro to Oracle: SQL & PL/SQL 3 Units Transfer: CSU Offered through Cisco Local Academy, this course focuses on fundamentals of Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), and Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. Upon successful course completion students will receive a certificate from Cisco. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13331 HY1 HYBRID 8/31-10/21 Izadi, Behzad 6:30-9:35P MW 8/31-10/21 Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week hybrid class meets 55% on campus and 45% online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/09; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/09; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/07; Last day to drop for refund: 09/07. Transfer: CSU This course itnroduces students to data server technology. Students learn to create and maintain database objects, SQL (Structured Query Language) and PL/SQL (Programming Language/Structured Query Language) programming languages. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12428 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Jianto, Susana 6:00-7:50P M (8/17) Jianto, Susana BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 8/17 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. CIS 237 C Oracle: Architecture and Admin 3 Units CIS 231 C Cisco Networking 2 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 230 C Offered through Cisco Local Acaemy, this course introduces students to router fundamentals, router setup and configuration, network management, routing and routed protocals, and network troubleshooting. Upon successful course completion students will receive a certificate from Cisco. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13131 HY1 HYBRID 10/26-12/16 Izadi, Behzad 6:30-9:35P MW 10/26-12/16 Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week hybrid class meets 55% on campus and 45% online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/02; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/02; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/28. Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 236 C This course is designed to give the students a firm foundation in basic administrative tasks and provide the necessary knowledge and skills to set up, maintain, and troubleshoot an Oracle database. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12429 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Jianto, Susana 6:00-7:50P M (8/17) Jianto, Susana BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting on 8/17 AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. CIS 241 C Spreadsheet-Advanced MS Excel 3 Units CIS 234 C Advanced Java Programming 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 132 C This course is designed to introduce students to the use of advanced spreadsheet tools in the solution of problems. Students will use Visual Basic to develop Excel applications. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13134 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Anderson, Carl 6:00-7:50P W (8/19) Anderson, Carl BUS-202 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distancelearning. Prereq: CIS 226 C This course covers advanced topics in Java programming. Topics include graphics, exception handling, multithreading, files and streams, networking and date structures. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13132 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Zhou, Jerry 6:00-7:50P W (8/19) Zhou, Jerry BUS-311 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. CIS 243 C Oracle Forms and Reports 3 Units TRAN! CSU This course provides coverage of Oracle database applications development, including client/server database architecture, SQL commands, PL/SQL programs, Forms Builder and Report Builder. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14307 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Le, Tuyet 6:00-7:50P R (8/20) Le, Tuyet BUS-204 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distancelearning. Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 51 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 244 C Java Game Programming 3 Units CIS 248 C Voice Over IP 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course leads students to create desktop and Internet computer games using the latest Java programming language techniques. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14357 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 12:00-12:50P S (9/5) Wu, Penn BUS-305 12:00-12:50P S (12/12) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course focuses on the design, configuration, troubleshooting and operation of IP (Internet Protocol) telephony technology to exchange voice. Students will be introduced to Cisco CallManager Express, Cisco Unity Express, and Cisco CallManager. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13135 HY1 HYBRID 9/5-12/12 Izadi, Behzad 9:00-11:25A S 9/5-12/12 Izadi, Behzad BUS-205 HYBRID CLASS: This 15-week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. CIS 245 C Perl Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to the Perl programming language. Students will learn to develop and maintain server-side scripts for advanced websites. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13854 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 5:00-5:50P F (9/4) Wu, Penn BUS-305 5:00-5:50P F (12/11) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 250 C Word Processing 1 to 8 Units Transfer: CSU This course consists of basic and advanced text editing performed using a variety of word processing software. Software taught includes, but is not limited to, WordPerfect and Microsoft Word. Knowledge of keyboarding recommended. May be taken for a cumulative total of 8 units. • Plus 3-24 hours laboratory TBA per week according to number of units taken. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13765 LS1 12:55-2:00P M 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 14346 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Pierron, Deborah BUS-319 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. 13766 LS2 7:00-8:05P R 8/31-12/17 Negrete, Terri BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13767 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 12:55-2:00P M (8/31) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 12:55-2:00P M (12/14) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Veloz, Olivia 6:00-6:50P R (9/3) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 6:00-6:50P R (12/17) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 246 C PHP Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides students with PHP programming skills. Topics include the basics of PHP, integration of PHP and HTML, and displaying dynamic content. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13855 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 1:00-1:50P S (9/5) Wu, Penn BUS-305 1:00-1:50P S (12/12) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 14345 OL2 VERIFY YOUR ENROLLMENT Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. = Teacher Prep = UTAP Did you know? You can verify your class schedule throughout the term by accessing myGateway. = Honors = Hybrid = Online 52 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 251 C Advanced Word Processing 1 to 5 Units CIS 253 C Oracle PL/SQL Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Two units of CIS 250 C This course is designed as a continuation of CIS 250 C. Advanced applications include, but are not limited to, desktop publishing, macros, merging, and record processing. May be taken for a cumulative total of 5 units. • Plus 3-15 hours laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13768 LS1 12:55-2:00P M 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 14349 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Pierron, Deborah BUS-319 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. 13770 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Pelachik, Patricia 12:55-2:00P M (8/31) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 12:55-2:00P M (12/14) Pelachik, Patricia BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Veloz, Olivia 6:00-6:50P R (9/3) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 6:00-6:50P R (12/17) Veloz, Olivia BUS-317 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to the essential concepts and techniques needed to build web applications on Oracle Applications Server. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14356 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/13 Wu, Penn 2:00-2:50P S (10/24) Wu, Penn BUS-305 2:00-2:50P S (12/12) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/23. CIS 260 C Game Concepts Development 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers a general overview of the current and future technology in computer games. Emphasis is placed on hands-on exercises in creation of games using game generator software. • Plus two hours laboratory TBA per week. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13244 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 7:30-9:20P M (8/31) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 7:30-9:20P M (12/14) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 14350 OL2 CIS 252 C Java Web Applications 3 Units CIS 264 C Windows Game Programming 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers topics in Java Web Applications. Tipics include multithreading, networking, JDBC, Servlet, JSP, JSF, and web services. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14308 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Zhou, Jerry 6:00-7:50P W (8/19) Zhou, Jerry BUS-311 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This course leads students to develop skills and techniques relevant to the programming of computer games for Windows. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13756 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/13 Wu, Penn 12:00-12:50P S (9/5) Wu, Penn BUS-305 12:00-12:50P S (12/12) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 53 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 266 C Game Programming in Flash 3 Units CIS 278 C Cyber Crime 3 Units In this course students learn how to use Flash to create games. Topics include basic ActionScript programming, 3D effects, using physics and motion in a game, sound, and creating the overall game design structure. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14353 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Moady, Alireza 7:30-9:20P M (8/31) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 7:30-9:20P M (12/14) Moady, Alireza BUS-308 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU This course will introduce the student to the concepts and actions involved with cybercrime. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14354 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Melvin, David 7:00-8:50P T (9/1) Melvin, David BUS-305 7:00-8:50P T (12/15) Melvin, David BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CIS 274 C Project Management Fundamentals 3 Units CIS 280 C Analysis of Digital Media 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course teaches the basics of project management and includes prepration for the Project Management Professional Certification Exam. $7 Materials Fee - PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13183 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/13 Wu, Penn 6:00-6:50P F (10/23) Wu, Penn BUS-305 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/23. Transfer: CSU This course will provide the student with the concepts and skills to complete examinations on alternative digital media. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14355 LS1 6:00-10:15P W 9/2-12/16 Curran, Christopher BUS-204 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. CIS 295 C CIS Internship 1 to 4 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed for vocational majors to earn credit for occupational work experience. For each unit of credit, a minimum of 75 paid or 60 unpaid worksite internship hours is required. May be taken for credit 4 times. Credit/No Credit/Letter Grade Option. Open entry/open exit. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13245 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Withrow, Gwenn BUS-308 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. CIS 276 C Computer Forensics I 3 Units This course introduces basic techniques and methods used for collecting and preserving digital evidences for computer forensic process. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13774 100 6:00-9:50P M Curran, Christopher BUS-204 COMPUTER SCIENCE CSCI 133 C Data Structures in C++ 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: CSCI 123 C with a grade of “C” or better This course consists of applications of data structures including linked lists, stacks, queues, tables, sorting methods, tree structures, recursion and directed graphs using C++. Students will create abstract data types (ADT) and modify class libraries. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 12974 100 6:30-8:20P MW Shulman, Eric SEM-114 Searching for your college major? Investigating career options? Gathering clues for your success? The CAREER PLANNING CENTER will help you find the answers to these questions! Our services assist students with . . . ◆ learning about themselves ◆ discovering their interests, values, skills and temperament ◆ exploring occupations, majors and schools ◆ researching career descriptions and labor market trends ◆ making career and college decisions ◆ developing their résumé and interview skills ◆ managing their career portfolios The CAREER PLANNING CENTER is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc = Honors = Hybrid GIS — See Geography Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 54 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM COUNSELING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT COUN 060 C Academic Success and College Survival 1 Unit This course assesses individual abilities, interests and personality as they affect academic success. 11840 200 10:00-10:50A TR 10/13-12/10 Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese SEM-215 The above class is designed for students in the Puente Program. Concurrent enrollment is required in ENGL 060 C, CRN 10611. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano experience. For more information about the Puente Program, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] Last day to add: 10/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/15. 14374 300 6:00-7:50P R 10/22-12/17 Dugan, Michele BUS-116 Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. COUN 073 C Computer Access I 3 Units This course is designed for students with disabilities. It will provide training in the use of computer technology in a word processing and Internet environment. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13348 200 11:00-1:10P TR 8/18-10/15 Michelle, Deborah CCCPLX-100 LAB 1:11-4:20P TR 8/18-10/15 Michelle, Deborah CCCPLX-100 Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. COUN 100 C College Orientation 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Entry in Special Assistance Program-Disabled Student Programs and Services This course is designed for students with Learning Disabilities. Students will learn campus policies and procedures, strengthen study skills, create a Student Educational Contract and develop responsible academic and personal attitudes. Credit/No Credit/Letter Grade Option. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12668 200 9:30-12:20P MW 8/17-10/14 Owens, Cynthia LLRC-245 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/19. COUN 072 C Learning Assessment 1 ⁄2 Unit Prereq: Learning Disabilities Specialist approval Course is designed to determine, by intensive diagnostic assessments, if a student has a learning disability. • Non-degree credit • Open Entry/Open Exit 12850 001 TBA 8/17-12/17 Owens, Cynthia CCCPLX-100 Please contact the DSPS Office for appointments at (714) 484-7104. Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. COUN 110 C Teaching as a Career 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course is designed for future teachers. It surveys teaching as a profession and requires a 45 hour fieldwork experience in an educational setting. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13280 001 12:30-2:20P T Lawson, Velia BUS-308 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. For more information about the Teacher Preparation Program, please e-mail the instructor at vl[email protected] 13281 100 5:30-7:20P T Pelletier, Daniel BUS-311 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program is and recommended for future teachers. For more information about the Teacher Preparation Program, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] PUENTE PROGRAM The mission of the Puente Program is to increase the number of educationally underserved students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities. Puente’s objective is to assist these individuals to earn degrees and to return to the community as leaders and mentors. Puente is open to all students willing to make a commitment to the Program and interested in Mexican American/Latino culture. Puente helps students succeed! Learning how to negotiate the college system can be difficult. Puente works to give students the skills and information they need to succeed – writing skills, study skills, academic planning, financial aid information, career planning, educational counseling, and cultural activities – through personalized instruction, tutoring, and field trips to universities and museums. Even after students graduate from the program, Puente continues to offer the support and encouragement students need to complete their college education. Puente students succeed academically and are recognized as leaders and scholars in their field. They go on to graduate from four-year colleges and universities. They belong to a statewide network of leaders and professionals. They achieve their goals. Information sessions are held every spring semester. For more information contact the co-coordinators: Dr. Therese Mosqueda-Ponce, Counselor, (714) 484-7180, [email protected] CypressCollege.edu Randa B. Wahbe, English Instructor, (714) 484-7171, [email protected] CypressCollege.edu M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday COUN 140 C Educational Planning 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Orientation to college life and responsibilities; development of an educational plan. Duplicate credit not granted for COUN 140HC. • $6.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14366 200 7:00-7:50A TR 9/1-9/29 Bedard, Dana CCCPLX-216 The above class is designed for student athletes participating in intercollegiate sports team. Last day to add: 09/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/22; Last day to drop for refund: 09/01. 12659 300 7:30-8:45A MW 11/23-12/9 Anderson, Harold BUS-316 Last day to add: 11/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/07; Last day to drop for refund: 11/23. 12074 201 8:30-12:45P F 9/11-9/18 Grantham, Robert BUS-319 Last day to add: 09/11; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/11; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/11. 14371 202 8:30-12:45P F 10/16-10/23 Grantham, Robert BUS-319 Last day to add: 10/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/23; Last day to drop for refund: 10/16. 12826 203 9:00-11:50A F 8/21-9/4 Vo, Denise TE3-203 Last day to add: 08/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop for refund: 08/21. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 55 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM COUN 140 C (continued) 12666 204 9:00-11:50A F 10/2-10/16 Wiggins, Lynell TE3-203 Last day to add: 10/02; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/02; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/09; Last day to drop for refund: 10/02. 13646 800 9:00-11:50A S 9/26-10/10 Dugan, Michele BUS-308 Last day to add: 09/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 09/26. 12481 205 10:00-10:50A MW 8/17-9/16 Pelletier, Daniel SEM-215 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. For more information about the Teacher Preparation Program, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] Last day to add: 08/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/09; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. 12062 206 10:00-10:50A MW 9/21-10/21 Pelletier, Daniel SEM-215 Last day to add: 09/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/23; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/21. 13786 207 10:00-10:50A TR 8/18-9/15 Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese SEM-215 The above class is designed for students in the Puente Program. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 060 C, CRN 10611 is required. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano experience. For more information about the Puente Program, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] Last day to add: 08/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/08; Last day to drop for refund: 08/18. 13785 301 10:00-10:50A MW 11/2-12/2 Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese SEM-215 Last day to add: 11/04; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/04; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/25; Last day to drop for refund: 11/02. 13783 208 11:00-11:50A TR 8/18-9/15 Carter, Kelly TE3-203 Last day to add: 08/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/08; Last day to drop for refund: 08/18. 14431 302 12:00-2:50P R 11/5-11/19 Laguana-Ferinac, Renay Last day to add: 11/05; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 11/05. FA-213 COUN 141 C Career Exploration 1 Unit Transfer: CSU For students who are undecided about their educational or career goals. Students assess interests, skills, personality, values, life and work style choices and research potential educational and career goals. • $6.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13829 200 9:00-10:50A F 10/16-12/11 Taylor, Kimberly BUS-317 Last day to add: 10/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/23; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/20; Last day to drop for refund: 10/16. 13830 201 6:00-7:50P M 8/17-10/12 Taylor, Kimberly BUS-316 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/28; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. 13279 300 6:00-8:50P M 10/19-11/30 Villasenor, Doreen BUS-316 Last day to add: 10/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 10/19. COUN 145 C Changing Careers 2 Units Transfer: CSU Provides personal career exploration to adults changing careers through assessments of strengths, interests, values and skills. Provides creative job search techniques in resume writing, interviewing, decision-making and goal setting. • $6.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14372 200 6:00-8:20P R 9/10-12/10 Jepson, Jane BUS-108 Last day to add: 09/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. COUN 150 C Academic & Life Success 3 Units 12483 209 1:00-3:50P F 10/2-10/16 Villasenor, Doreen BUS-316 Last day to add: 10/02; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/02; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/09; Last day to drop for refund: 10/02. 12041 210 1:00-2:20P TR 8/18-9/3 England, Jean BUS-316 Last day to add: 08/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/18. 12787 211 2:00-3:15P MW 8/17-9/2 Villasenor, Doreen BUS-319 Last day to add: 08/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. 13782 220 4:00-6:50P T 8/18-9/1 Jepson, Jane BUS-306 Last day to add: 08/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 08/25; Last day to drop for refund: 08/18. 13294 320 4:00-6:50P T 11/10-11/24 Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese BUS-306 Last day to add: 11/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 11/10. 13640 221 5:00-5:50P W 8/19-10/14 Dugan, Michele BUS-308 Last day to add: 08/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 09/19. 13237 321 5:00-5:50P W 10/21-12/16 Nguyen, Hatien BUS-308 Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 12059 222 5:30-8:20P R 8/20-9/3 Porter, Deidre BUS-112 Last day to add: 08/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. 14365 223 6:00-8:50P M 9/14-9/28 Carter, Kelly TE3-203 Last day to add: 09/14; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/14; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop for refund: 09/14. 14367 224 6:00-8:05P M 8/31-9/28 Bedard, Dana CCCPLX-216 The above class is designed for student athletes participating in intercollegiate sports team. Last day to add: 08/31; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/31; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. Transfer: CSU This course will give students practical skills and assistance in achieving personal, academic, and relational success. 13172 001 12650 002 8:00-10:50A F 9:30-10:50A TR Pelletier, Daniel Pelletier, Daniel BUS-316 CCCPLX-405 13661 003 1:00-3:50P W Ssensalo, Renee BUS-311 The above class is part of the Legacy Program Learning Community. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 060 C, CRN 12592 is required. For more information about the Legacy Program, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] 12647 004 2:00-3:20P TR High, Kathleen BUS-117 The above class is part of the University Transfer Achievement Program (UTAP) Learning Community. Concurrent enrollment in a UTAP ENGL 060 C, CRN 10609 and THEA 120 C, CRN 14132 is required. For more information about UTAP, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] 14432 600 3:00-6:20P W 9/2-12/16 Staff Magnolia HS The above class is designed for students enrolled at Anaheim Union High School District and is funded through the Dual Enrollment Initiative Grant from the James Irvine Foundation. The class meets at Magnolia High School, 2450 West Ball Road, Anaheim. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 12786 100 6:00-8:50P T Villasenor, Doreen CCCPLX-405 Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 56 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM COUN 151 C Career/Life Planning 3 Units COUN 151 C (continued) 12433 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Staff ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/distanceeducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: CSU Assists students in the analysis of lifestyles, self- assessment, career research, job search, resume preparation, interviewing skills, decision making and goal setting. • Plus 3 hours per semester TBA • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION, Additional costs for career assessments may be required 13919 12652 12711 10390 14195 001 002 003 100 101 8:00-10:50A 8:00-9:20A 9:30-10:50A 6:00-8:50P 6:00-8:50P F MW MW W R High, Kathleen Nordee, Thomas Nordee, Thomas Bedard, Dana Bedard, Dana BUS-308 CCCPLX-404 BUS-319 G2-204 G2-204 COUN 160HC Honors University Transition 1 Unit 12434 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Reza, Alan ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/distanceeducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13235 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 High, Kathleen 12:00-1:20P F (10/23) High, Kathleen LLRC-130 ONLINE CLASS: T his 9-week class requires a mandatory on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/distanceeducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: CSU This course is an enhanced orientation to the transfer process required for Honors students. Emphasis is placed on researching transfer institutions and developing a personal portfolio. Duplicate credit not granted for COUN 160 C. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12742 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gabourie, Penny ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online and requires a mandatory on-campus TBA orientation meeting as assigned the instructor. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/distanceeducation. The UNIVERSITY TRANSFER ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (UTAP) is a one year long Learning Community that helps students achieve their academic and transfer goals. UTAP is highly recommended for incoming freshman. Eligibility for English 60 is a requirement. ❖ UTAP classes share some assignments and activities ❖ Students go on field trips ❖ Students work together on interdisciplinary projects ❖ There is increased academic support ❖ Friendships among students and faculty ENGL 060 C THEA 120 C COUN 150 C CRN#10609 CRN#14132 CRN#12647 MW 12 - 1:50 PM TTH 9:30 - 12:30 PM TTH 2 - 3:20 PM M. FORMAN J. HORMEL K. HIGH Contact: Mary Forman, English Faculty, (714) 484-7156 E-mail: [email protected] M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 57 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM COUN 299 C Counseling - Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 040 C Beg. Machine Shorthand Theory 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed for students who wish to explore in-depth, various guidance related topics. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 11857 400 TBA 8/17-12/17 Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese Counseling Center The above class is designed for students who have successfully completed the Puente Program and wish to have continued involvement with the Puente Program. Students are required to attend a weekly discussion group session throughout the semester. An approved Independent Learning Study contract is also required. To add the above class, please e-mail the instructor at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu. Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. Advisory: Recommend concurrent enrollment in CTRP 041 C A first semester course covering the basic theory of machine shorthand and mastery of the keyboard. Meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. • Plus three hours of court observation required • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11833 LS1 11:30-12:35P MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 041 C Court Reporting Theory Review 1 to 3 Units COURT REPORTING To further meet the Court Reporter’s Board and the National Court Reporter’s Association requirements, each student is required to complete 25 hours of lab per semester. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CTRP 040 C This course covers the basic theory of court reporting, reading fluency, and transcribing skills. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13798 LS1 8:00-10:05A TR 8/31-12/17 Sever, Sue BUS-311 8:00-9:05A F 8/31-12/17 Sever, Sue BUS-311 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13797 LS2 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 040. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. All students who register for classes with prefix of CTRP must be enrolled in the Court Reporting Lab. CTRP 042 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 1 For Medical Terminology Classes see HS 145 C. 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 030 C CR Directed Practice Lab 1 ⁄2 to 10 Units This course is an open entry lab required of all court reporting students. Fifty-four hours is required for 1⁄2 unit of credit. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13795 LS1 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-306 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: Completion of CTRP 041 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on the machine at 80 wpm for three minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets the requirements for the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13799 LS1 8:00-9:05A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-304 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 043 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 2 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 031 C CR Adv. Directed Practice Lab 1 ⁄2 to 10 Units Prereq: Students must be at the 160 wpm level This course is designed as an open entry skill building lab required of all advanced court reporting students. Fifty-four hours is required for 1⁄2 unit of credit. May be taken for a cumulative total of 10 units. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13796 LS1 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-306 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: Completion of CTRP 042 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 100 wpm for five minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13800 LS1 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 042. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 032 C CTRP Career Exploration 1 Unit This course is designed as a career exploration class for students interested in entering the legal field and all aspects of court reporting. 14316 800 8:00-12:15P S 10/10-10/31 Staff BUS-304 Last day to add: 10/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/10. Earn $25,000 to $75,000 or more! Become a Court Reporter, Deposition Reporter, CART Reporter, Scopist, Proofer, or a Captionist. Call (714) 484-7211 for more information. Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 58 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM ROOM CTRP 044 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 3 ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 049 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 8 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 043 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 120 wpm for five minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13801 LS1 9:10-10:15A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-304 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: Completion of CTRP 048 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 200 and 220 wpm sustained dictation with 98% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13807 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 047. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 045 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 4 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 044 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 140 wpm for five minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13802 LS1 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 044. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 050 C CSR/RPR Directed Practice 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 049 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material dictation at 240/260 wpm. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13808 LS1 10:20-11:25A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 046 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 5 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 045 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 160 wpm for five minutes with 98% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13803 LS1 9:10-10:15A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 051 C Court/Conf. Reporting: Legal 1 to 3 Units Prereq: CTRP 042 C and CTRP 071 C This course consists of an application of court reporting theory to the keyboard to develop dictation rates of 60-100 wpm for a minimum of three minutes with 95% accuracy. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 13810 LS1 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 050. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 047 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 6 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 052 C Court/Conf. Rptg: Medical 1 to 3 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 046 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 180 wpm for ten minutes with 98% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13805 LS1 8:00-9:05A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: CTRP 044 C and HS 145 C This course applies court reporting theory to the keyboard to develop dictation rates of 120-140 wpm for a minimum of three minutes with 95 percent accuracy with emphasis on medical terminology. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 14331 LS1 2:15-5:30P M 8/31-12/17 Pilger, Judith BUS-305 2:15-4:30P W 8/31-12/17 Pilger, Judith BUS-305 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 048 C Machine Shorthand Speed Bldg 7 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units CTRP 053 C Court/Conf. Rptg:Congressional 1 to 3 Units Prereq: Completion of CTRP 047 C This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at 200 wpm for 10 minutes with 98% accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13806 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 047. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: CTRP 045 C This course offers further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation to increase transcription skills with emphasis on congressional record material at rates of 160-180 wpm for a minimum of three minutes. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13270 LS1 10:20-11:25A MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Sever, Sue BUS-311 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 59 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM ROOM CTRP 054 C Two/Four Voice Testimony ⁄2 to 3 Units CTRP 058 C Mach. Shorthand Challenge-180 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: CTRP 073 C and CTRP 044 C This course develops familiarity with a simulated courtroom scene consisting of a judge, a clerk, attorneys for the plaintiff and the defendant, and a witness participating in two/four voice dictation at 120-140 wpm. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13811 LS1 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 044. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: CTRP 057 C This course is designed for the advanced court reporting student and the transfer student to gain additional proficiency in taking multiple-voice testimony in a simulated environment at 180 wpm. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13816 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 053. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 055 C Court/Conf. Rptg: Jury Charge 1 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units CTRP 059 C Mach. Shorthand Challenge-200 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: CTRP 045 C This course is an intensive application of court reporting theory to further develop reading and transcribing skills from 160-180 wpm taking jury charge, legal opinion and statement reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13813 LS1 11:30-12:35P MTWRF 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-318 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: CTRP 058 C This course is designed for the advanced court reporting student and the transfer student to gain additional proficiency in taking multiple-voice testimony in a simulated environment at 200 wpm. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13818 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 053. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 056 C Court/Conf. Rptg: Jury Charge 2 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units Prereq: CTRP 055 C This course is an intensive application of court reporting theory to further develop reading and transcribing skills from 180-200 wpm taking jury charge, legal opinion, and statement reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13814 LS1 8/31-12/17 Lynch, Dixie BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 055. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 060 C Mach. Shorthand Challenge-220 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: CTRP 059 C This course is designed for the advanced court reporting student and the transfer student to gain additional proficiency in taking multiple-voice testimony in a simulated environment at 220 wpm. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13819 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 053. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 057 C Mach. Shorthand Challenge-160 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: CTRP 045 C and CTRP 054 C This course is designed for the advanced court reporting student and the transfer student to gain additional proficiency in taking multiple-voice testimony in a simulated environment at 160 wpm. Live reading will be introduced. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13815 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 053. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 062 C Notary Public Exam Preparation 1 ⁄2 to 1 Unit This course is designed to prepare students to take and pass the California State Notary Public examination. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14317 800 8:00-5:20P S 9/26-10/3 Staff BUS-311 Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 09/26. CTRP 065 C Advanced CAT Systems 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units This course is an advanced CAT class designed to provide students with additional training in court reporting software programs. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12739 LS1 10:00-12:20P S 9/5-12/12 Cardoza, Linda BUS-316 Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 14318 LS2 2:10-4:30P F 9/4-12/11 Cline, Margaret BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. = Honors = Hybrid = Online Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 60 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CTRP 067 C Basic Vocabulary Development 2 Units CTRP 084 C Computer Aided Trans: ECLIPSE 1 Unit This course is a basic course designed to enrich vocabulary and improve spelling. The emphasis is on increasing general business and professional terminology. 14319 100 6:00-8:20P M 8/31-12/14 Dostourian, Jeanette BUS-311 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. Prereq: Students must have completed a CAT (Computer- Aided Transcription) dictionary This course uses computer-based instruction and hands-on applications to introduce the court reporting student to ECLIPSE Computer-Aided Transcription software. • Plus three hours laboratory TBA per week 12720 LS1 10:00-11:05A S 9/5-12/12 Cardoza, Linda BUS-316 Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. CTRP 073AC Spelling for Modern Business 1 Unit This course is an 18-hour intensive review of frequently misspelled words, homonyms, synonyms, and antonyms. Emphasis will be on business, legal, medical, and technical terminology. 12406 LS1 9/4-12/11 Halford, Dennis BUS-311 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 041. Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. CTRP 085 C Computer Aided Trans: Dict. Bldg. 1 Unit Prereq: CTRP 043 C This course will enable court reporting students to start building their personal dictionary using one of several CAT (Computer Aided Transcription) software systems. • Plus three hours laboratory TBA per week 14321 LS1 1:00-2:05P F 9/4-12/11 Staff BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. CTRP 073BC Punctuation - Court Reporting 1 Unit This course is an 18-hour intensive review of punctuation styles and rules used in court documents, letters, legal office documents, contracts, memorandums, and reports. 13347 LS1 1:00-2:05P F 9/4-12/11 Halford, Dennis BUS-311 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. CTRP 088 C Internship: Captioning 2 Units CTRP 074 C CSR/RPR/CBC/CCP Exam Preparation 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units This course offers practical work experience opportunities in the field of closed captioning. A 15,000 word CAT dictionary is necessary to complete captioning projects. May be taken for credit 4 times. • 40 hours of internship, plus 10 hours of observation 14322 LS1 9/1-12/15 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 090. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. This course is designed fro examination preparation for any of the following examinations: CSR, RPR, CBC or CCP. May be taken for a cumulative total of 3 units. 13820 LS1 8/31-12/14 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 073B. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. CTRP 089 C Court and Conf. Rptg: Lit. II 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units CTRP 075 C Simulated Courtroom 1 ⁄2 to 6 Units Prereq: CTRP 046 C This course is designed to offer a simulated courtroom and deposition environment with special emphasis on live reading with 2, 3, 4, and 5-voice dictation practice at speeds ranging from 180 to 200 wpm. May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units. • Open Entry/Open Exit 13821 LS1 8/31-12/17 Nichols, Carolyn BUS-318 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 046. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Prereq: CTRP 044 C Students will record literary dictation material at speeds from 140-180 wpm with special emphasis on topics relating to careers in Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13824 LS1 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 090. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. CTRP 090 C Court/Conf. Rptg: Literary 1 to 3 Units CTRP 083 C Computer Aided Trans: Stenograph 1 Unit Prereq: Students must have completed a CAT (Computer- Aided Transcription) dictionary This course uses computer-based instruction and hands-on applications to introduce the court reporting student to Stenograph Computer-Aided Transcription software. • Plus three hours laboratory TBA per week 14320 LS1 2:10-3:15P F 9/4-12/11 Cline, Margaret BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. Prereq: CTRP 043 C or 100 wpm This course is designed to prepare the student to record literary material at speeds from 110 to 150 wpm. An introduction to vocabulary designed to prepare students for convention and hearing reporting, stenointerpreting, and other alternative careers. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 13825 LS1 1:00-3:35P TR 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 61 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM CTRP 096 C Court and Conf. Rptg: Lit. III 1 to 3 Units DANC 105 C Ballet 1 ⁄2 Units Prereq: CTRP 046 C or 160 wpm Students will record literary dictation material at speeds from 180-220 wpm and will be introduced to convention reporting, hearing reporting, steno interpreting and closed captioning. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13826 LS1 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 090. Last day to add: 11/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: UC/CSU Introduces the rudiments of classical ballet to the beginning dance student. Strength and coordination will be developed to perform basic ballet skills. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission will not exceed $12 10696 001 12984 100 9:00-10:20A MW 6:00-7:20P TR Haddad, Maha Moorty, Shyamala G2-125 G2-125 CTRP 099 C Court Reporting: Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units DANC 106 C Classical Dance 2 Units Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students who wish to gain further experience, knowledge, or expertise in applied areas of court reporting. Students must obtain permission from the program coordinator to be enrolled in this class. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12785 400 8/31-12/17 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 TO ADD ABOVE SECTION, SEE INSTRUCTOR. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance technique This class covers the rudiments of classical dance for the intermediate ballet student. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Dance concert admission will not exceed $12 11879 001 9:00-10:50A MW Haddad, Maha G2-125 DANC 107 C Modern Dance 11⁄2 Units CULINARY ARTS — SEE HOTEL, RESTAURANT, CULINARY ARTS DANCE DANC 101 C Multicultural Dance in the US 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Social and theatrical dances of the U.S. today will be examined in terms of cultural influences, historical and social background and the functions they fulfill in society. • Cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $40 12159 003 12296 800 8:00-10:50A F Brackett, Arlene FA-112 FA-311 FA-311 8:00-3:00P S 9/25-10/24 McDowell, Carol 9/25-10/24 McDowell, Carol 6:00-9:10P F The above course meets on Friday and Saturday. The class includes a one half-hour mid-day break on Saturday. Last day to add: 09/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/25. Landry, Erin Haddad, Maha Cabag, Valerie Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn and create dances that dynamically convey thoughts, feelings and ideas while building strength, coordination and an expressive movement vocabulary. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission will not exceed $12 10699 001 12:30-1:50P MW Landry, Erin G2-125 10683 001 9:30-10:50A TR 10694 002 12:30-1:50P MW 13574 100 6:00-8:50P M FA-311 FA-112 FA-112 Auditions!! DANC 102 C Pilates Mat Work 1 Unit Faculty Dance Concert Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 pm Thursday, August 20 at 4 pm Main Stage — Campus Theater Performances: May 4, 5 at 8pm Sunday, Dec 6 at 4pm For Theater Auditions see Theater Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class is designed to prepare a student mentally and physically for dance. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12624 001 11:30-12:20P TR Perez, Michelle TA-220 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 62 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM DANC 111 C Beginning Jazz Dance 1 to 1 ⁄2 Units DANC 122 C Stretch & Relaxation 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn basic skills of jazz dance with emphasis on body alignment, strength and coordination. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission will not exceed $12 10715 001 9:30-10:50A TR The above class is a 11⁄2 unit course. 10716 100 6:00-7:50P M The above class is a 1 unit course. Cabag, Valerie Hoffman, Marie G2-125 G2-125 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class is designed to increase flexibility and circulation and promote relaxation. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12985 002 9:30-10:20A TR 10720 001 11:00-11:50A MW McDowell, Carol Brackett, Arlene TA-220 TA-220 DANC 130 C Afro-Caribbean Dance 2 Units DANC 112 C Intermediate Jazz Dance 11⁄2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance technique Students will further develop their technical skills for jazz dance and learn faster, more complicated movement combinations appropriate for the intermediate dancer. Dance concert admission will not exceed $12. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission not to exceed $12. 10717 001 9:30-10:50A MW Cabag, Valerie TA-220 Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn the dance styles and rhythms of African and Caribbean cultures including dances from West Africa, Brazil, Trinidad, Haiti, Bahia, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. Dance as a an inseparable part of the culture will be discussed. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of dance concert not to exceed $12 10721 001 12:30-2:20P T Haddad, Maha TA-220 DANC 136 C Middle Eastern Dance 1 Unit DANC 113 C Tap Dance 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Students will study basic tap dance technique and elementary tap dances. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $12 10718 001 11:00-11:50A TR Ross, Arthur G2-125 Transfer: UC/CSU Students will experience the mystery and beauty of the dances of the Middle East including Belly dance, Dabke and fusion forms. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission not to exceed $12 12179 100 6:00-7:50P M Haddad, Maha TA-220 DANC 137 C Latin and Swing Dance 1 Unit DANC 114 C Rhythm Dance 11⁄2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance technique Students will develop skills in rhythm dancing by studying intermediate level movements and combinations with some provision for student composition of dance. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $12 12270 001 11:00-12:20P TR Ross, Arthur G2-125 Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn the technical skills necessary to perform the various social dance forms such as swing, salsa, cha-cha, and meringue. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission not to exceed $12 12986 12638 12639 12637 001 12:30-2:20P R 002 2:30-4:20P W 800 3:00-4:50P S 100 6:00-7:50P T Kostich, Sinisha Kostich, Sinisha Hendrix, Jeffrey Berry, Diane TA-220 TA-220 G2-125 TA-220 DANC 115 C Hip Hop Dance 1 Unit DANC 202 C Elements of Choreography 2 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn various forms of beginning hip-hop dance, including pop and lock, hip-hop funk, syncopations and rhythms. A basic history of hip-hop culture will be discussed. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $12. 10719 002 10:00-11:50A F 11753 003 12:30-2:20P W 11754 100 6:00-7:50P W Ross, Arthur Ross, Arthur Cabag, Valerie TA-220 TA-220 G2-125 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance technique Students will study and experience the theories and practices involved in dance composition. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $50.00 10729 001 12:30-1:50P TR Landry, Erin G2-125 Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 63 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DANC 203 C Dance Production 2 to 3 Units DANC 214 C Dance Repertory 2 to 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course offers practical experience in the technical aspects of dance production including costume design, set design, makeup, lighting, sound production, and publicity. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13925 800 6:00-11:50A SU 8/29-12/13 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 3 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13926 801 8:00-11:50A SU 8/29-12/13 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 2 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13214 001 8/24-12/17 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 3 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13215 002 8/24-12/17 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 2 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. G2-125 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, THEA 149 C, or one from THEA 140 C through THEA 147 C This course provides the opportunity to rehearse and perform works choreographed by faculty and/or artists-in-residence under professional working conditions and requirements. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13927 800 6:00-11:50A SU 8/29-12/13 Landry, Erin The above class is a 3 unit course. Auditions Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m. & Thursday, August 20, at 4:00 p. m. in G2-125. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13928 801 8:00-11:50A SU 8/29-12/13 Landry, Erin The above class is a 2 unit course. Auditions Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m. & Thursday, August 20, at 4:00 p. m. in G2-125. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13222 001 8/24-12/17 Landry, Erin The above class is a 3 unit course. Auditions Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m. & Thursday, August 20, at 4:00 p. m. in G2-125. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. G2-125 G2-125 G2-125 G2-125 G2-125 G2-125 13223 002 8/24-12/17 Landry, Erin The above class is a 2 unit course. Auditions Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30 p.m. & Thursday, August 20, at 4:00 p. m. in G2-125. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. G2-125 DANC 205 C Dance Ensemble 3 Units DANC 296 C Dance Open Laboratory 1 to 6 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Theater and dance students with intermediate to advanced skill levels will develop their performing and choregraphic skills, learn the basics of fund raising and promotion of dance while performing at K-12 schools, community events and dance festivals. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14387 001 10:00-3:50P F Landry, Erin G2-125 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This is an open entry/open exit class for students to obtain production experience in dance through dancing, choreographing, technical work, management and publicity. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 11984 001 8/17-12/17 Landry, Erin Must have instructor approval to add above section. Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. TA-102 Searching for your college major? Investigating career options? Gathering clues for your success? The CAREER PLANNING CENTER will help you find the answers to these questions! Our services assist students with . . . ◆ learning about themselves ◆ discovering their interests, values, skills and temperament ◆ exploring occupations, majors and schools ◆ researching career descriptions and labor market trends ◆ making career and college decisions ◆ developing their résumé and interview skills ◆ managing their career portfolios The CAREER PLANNING CENTER is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc = Honors = Hybrid DANC 299 C Dance Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for advanced students who wish to increase their knowledge of dance and/or performance through individual study or research. Unit credit may range from 1⁄2 to 2 units in any given semester. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12988 400 8/17-12/17 Landry, Erin To add the above section, see the Instructor. Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 64 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DENTAL ASSISTANT For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 DA 063 C Chairside Assisting I 3 Units Prereq: Acceptance in the Dental Assistant Program. This course provides lecture and laboratory instruction in chairside assisting. • $62.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13163 001 10:00-11:50A W LAB 7:00-9:50A W 13628 002 10:00-11:50A W LAB 1:00-3:50P W Charleston, Giovanna Charleston, Giovanna Charleston, Giovanna Charleston, Giovanna TE3-302 TE3-305 TE3-302 TE3-305 DA 016 C Dental Materials 3 Units Prereq: Acceptance into the Dental Assisting Program. A study of the structure, chemical and physical properties and manipulation of materials used in dentistry will be covered. • $60.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13155 001 10:00-11:50A T LAB 7:00-9:50A T 13625 002 10:00-11:50A T LAB 12:30-3:20P T Pacheco, Elizabeth Pacheco, Elizabeth Pacheco, Elizabeth Pacheco, Elizabeth TE3-302 TE3-302 TE3-302 TE3-302 DA 065 C Radiology/Dental Assistants 3 Units Prereq: Enrollment in Dental Assistant Program or practicing Dental Assistant enrolled in class to meet state certification. This course covers the didactic, pre-clinical work on mannequins and clinical instruction on patients as required by the California State Practice Act in regard to radiation safety. • $60.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13632 004 2:30-4:20P R LAB 10:00-12:50P F 14213 001 2:30-4:20P R LAB 7:00-9:50A F 13167 002 2:30-4:20P R LAB 5:00-7:50P T 13168 003 2:30-4:20P R LAB 5:00-7:50P R Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel Silva, Joel 1 DA 058 C Clinical Externship I 11⁄2 Units TE3-302 TE3-305 TE3-302 TE3-305 TE3-302 TE3-305 TE3-302 TE3-305 Prereq: Acceptance into the Dental Assistant Program. Dental Assistant students will complete clinical rotations in dental offices and/or schools of dentistry. 12049 601 8:00-8:50A R 10/19-12/14 Pacheco, Elizabeth DNTOFF LAB 8:00-11:50A M 10/19-12/14 Pacheco, Elizabeth DNTOFF LAB 1:00-3:50P M 10/19-12/14 Pacheco, Elizabeth DNTOFF Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/19. DA 061 C Oral Anatomy/Dental Assistant 3 Units DA 099 C Dental Assisting Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Acceptance in the Dental Assistant Program This course prepares the student with the basic dental sciences in order to relate and demonstrate dental chairside procedures. 10590 001 9:00-11:50A R Pacheco, Elizabeth TE3-302 Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students with background/ experience in dental assisting who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13152 401 8/17-12/17 Pacheco, Elizabeth To add above independent study section, please see Elizabeth Pacheco, Director of Dental Assisting, for add code and contract. DA 062 C Preventive Dental Health 2 Units Prereq: Acceptance in the Dental Assistant Program This course deals with the concepts of dental health and total patient care. 12054 201 8:00-12:50P M 8/17-10/12 Charleston, Giovanna TE3-302 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/28; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. DENTAL HYGIENE For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 PREPARE FOR A CAREER Come Join the DH 101 C Dental Anatomy & Morphology 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. Course emphasizes oral terminology, dental anatomy and root morphology. 10628 001 10:00-11:50A W Alvarez, Kathleen TE3-303 IN 2 SEMESTERS AND WHILE EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT A SAMPLE OF WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Patient X-rays Coronal Polish TEAM ORIENTED WORK ENVIRONMENT JOB DEMAND IS HIGH GREAT PAY GREAT BENEFITS VARIETY IN THE WORKPLACE For more info, log on to: http://healthscience.cypresscollege.edu/ [email protected] Call: 1-714-484-7293 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday DH 104 C Oral Health Assessment 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. A multifaceted course that presents foundation information/ skills for the beginning student clinician to utilize daily in direct patient care. 10629 001 8:30-11:20A T Rydalch, Ina TE3-303 R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 65 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DH 106 C Radiology Tech./Hygienists 3 Units DH 250 C Pharmacology 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This course will provide academic and applied instruction in the science of oral radiography to advance the dental hygiene student in the principles of dental radiography. • $66.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10630 001 1:30-3:20P M LAB 7:00-9:50A W 10631 003 1:30-3:20P M LAB 7:00-9:50A R 10632 004 1:30-3:20P M LAB 10:00-12:50P R 14154 002 1:30-3:20P M LAB 1:30-4:20P R Green, Carol Zakala, Carol Green, Carol Zakala, Carol Green, Carol Zakala, Carol Green, Carol Zakala, Carol TE3-303 TE3-306 TE3-303 TE3-306 TE3-303 TE3-306 TE3-303 TE3-306 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This course includes the principles of drug interaction with living tissues and the time course of drugs within living organisms. 10890 001 1:00-2:50P F Green, George TE3-303 DH 255 C Dental Anesthesiology 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This course is a study of the clinical application of anesthesiology used in dentistry. 10891 001 8:00-8:50A F LAB 9:00-11:50A F Green, George Green, George TE3-303 TE3-306 DH 109 C Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene 41⁄2 Units DH 260 C Dental Care for Special Needs 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. First in a series of four courses designed to prepare the student for clinical dental hygience practice. • $63.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11538 001 7:00-9:00A 1:00-1:25P LAB 9:00-11:50A LAB 1:00-3:50P M M M W Alvarez, Kathleen Alvarez, Kathleen Alvarez, Kathleen Alvarez, Kathleen TE3-303 TE3-303 TE3-306 TE3-306 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This course is designed to provide the student with a study in the needs of the disabled patient in a dental clinical situation. 12722 001 1:30-3:20P R Alvarez, Kathleen 1 TE3-303 DH 299 C Dental Hygiene Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units DH 205 C Embryology and Histology 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: DH 101 C and DH 106 C This course is an introduction to the microscopic characteristics of the tissues, histology, and embryology of the head and neck with an emphasis on the structure of the oral cavity. 13367 001 12:00-1:50P T LAB 2:00-4:50P T Merickel, Karen Merickel, Karen TE3-303 TE3-303 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12723 401 8/17-12/17 Rydalch, Ina To receive ADD CODE for above section and contract, see Carol Green, Dental Hygiene Program Director. DH 220 C Clinical Dental Hygiene 6 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This is the third in a series of four courses designed to prepare the student for clinical dental hygiene practice. • $23.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12409 001 LAB LAB LAB LAB 10:00-11:50A 8:00-11:50A 8:00-11:50A 1:00-4:50P 1:00-4:50P M T W M T Rydalch, Ina Green, Carol Green, Carol Rydalch, Ina Rydalch, Ina TE3-303 TE3-306 TE3-306 TE3-306 TE3-306 DH 240 C Community Oral Health I 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission and enrollment in DH program. This course is designed to give the student experience in public speaking, sociology and the educational methods of presentation of individual and community health programs. 12721 001 8:00-9:50A F Vill, Debra TE3-315 WYM? What’s Your Major? If you don’t know . . . don’t delay! Visit the CAREER PLANNING CENTER Today! Located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 66 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY DMS 170 C 3 Units Sonography Physics (formerly RADT 170 C and RADT 173 C) Prereq: Admission to the Ultrasound/Medical Sonography Program. RADT 142 C, MATH 020 C, CIS 111 C, RADT 060 C, HS 147 C with minimum grades of “C”. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HS 165 C and RADT 262 C with minimum grades of “C” and concurrent enrollment of DMS 175 C and DMS 172 C. This course is directed toward the learning of physics and instrumentation as applied to diagnostic medical sonography. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13957 001 8:00-10:50A F Corrales, Nancy TE3-311 ECONOMICS ECON 100 C Principles of Economics-Macro 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course concentrates on macroeconomic analysis. Topics emphasized are aggregate supply/demand concepts, economic aggregates and the overall functioning of the American economy. Duplicate credit not given for ECON 100HC. 10023 11888 11645 10025 10024 11889 001 8:00-9:20A MW 002 8:00-9:20A TR 003 9:30-10:50A MW 004 9:30-10:50A TR 005 11:00-12:20P MW 006 11:00-12:20P TR Phillips, Daniel Lehigh, Steven Sidhu, Parwinder Sidhu, Parwinder Sidhu, Parwinder Sorooshian-Tafti, Pamela MOD-1 MOD-1 MOD-1 MOD-1 MOD-1 MOD-3 MOD-1 DMS 172 C Sonography Externship 1 Unit 12172 LS1 12:30-1:55P MW 8/31-12/16 Lehigh, Steven Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 14146 200 2:00-4:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Phillips, Daniel Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. 10026 100 12558 OL2 7:00-9:50P T Zawahreh, Louie Prereq: RADT 060 C, CIS 111 C, ENGL 100 C, COMM 050 C, BIOL 210 C, HS 147 C, HS 145 C, RADT 153 C, RADT 142 C MATH 020 C with minimum grades of “C”. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HS 165 C, and RADT 262 C. Coreq: DMS 170 C and DMS 175 C. The student will train for 140 hours at an assigned clinical facility. Topics include hospital orientation, HIPPA regulations, SDMS code of ethics, sonography ergonomics, basic scanning techniques and protocols. 13649 601 7:00-11:50A MTW Corrales, Nancy Twenty (20) hours a week, plus 9 hours a week TBA in an assigned clinical education center. Clinical hours subject to rearrangement by hospital facility request. HOSP MOD-1 MOD-1 DMS 175 C Abdomen Sonography 4 Units ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Odebunmi, Fola 11:00-12:50P S (8/22) Odebunmi, Fola HUM-131 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus Orientation meeting on Saturday, August 22 ONLY. The remainder of the class will be online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Sidhu, Parwinder 6:00-7:20P M (8/17) Sidhu, Parwinder ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus Orientation meeting on Monday, August 17 ONLY. The remainder of the class will be entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. MOD-1 This course will provide a study of the clinical applications of abdomen sonography. 13648 001 12:30-4:20P F Corrales, Nancy TE3-311 12435 OL1 DMS 209 C Clinical Education - III 4 Units The student will complete 560 hours of clinical training at an affiliated hospital. This course will provide scanning experiences in small parts sonography. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14416 601 8:00-5:00P MTWR Corrales, Nancy HOSP ECON 100HC Honors Principles of Economics 3 Units DMS 210 C Review Seminar 2 Units This course correlates and analyzes informatio pertaining to ultrasound case studies. Review of abdomen, small parts, physics, obstetric, and gynecology will be included to help prepare the student for the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography test. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14417 101 6:30-8:35P W Anton, Emma TE3-311 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is an enhanced study of macroeconomics, focusing on fiscal and monetary policies, GDP measurements, and economic growth. Duplicate credit not granted for ECON 100 C. 14139 001 9:00-11:50A F Harmon, Brian MOD-1 DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 67 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ECON 105 C Principles of Economics-Micro 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course concentrates on microeconomic analysis. Topics emphasized are the basic structure of the United States economic system and the interrelationships within this structure. Duplicate credit not given for ECON 105HC. 11855 002 9:30-10:50A TR 10027 001 11:00-12:20P MW 14138 003 11:00-12:20P TR Sorooshian-Tafti, Pamela Cummins, Megan Odebunmi, Fola MOD-3 MOD-3 MOD-1 MOD-1 EDUCATION EDU 200 C Elementary School Teaching 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: COUN 110 C, or at least one year as a paraprofessional in a public school setting. This course provides an overview of the teaching profession for students who are considering a career in elementary school teaching. 45 hours of fieldwork will be required. 13088 001 9:30-10:50A MW Day, Jeanne CCCE10-15 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Schedule for more information. 10028 300 2:00-5:10P TR 10/20-12/17 Zawahreh, Louie Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 10030 100 13073 OL2 7:00-9:50P W Cummins, Megan MOD-1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Odebunmi, Fola 11:00-12:50P S (10/24) Odebunmi, Fola HUM-131 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus Orientation meeting on Saturday, October 24 ONLY. The remainder of the class will be online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Sidhu, Parwinder 7:30-8:50P M (8/17) Sidhu, Parwinder ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus Orientation meeting on Monday, August 17 ONLY. The remainder of the class will be online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. MOD-1 EDU 225 C Secondary School Teaching 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: COUN 110 C, or at least 1 year as a paraprofessional in a public school setting. This course provides an overview of the teaching profession for students who are considering a career in secondary school teaching. 45 hours of fieldwork will be required. 14150 001 9:30-10:50A MW Day, Jeanne CCCE10-15 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this Schedule for more information. 12436 OL1 ENGINEERING 1 Unit ENGR 102 C Engineering Graphics 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGT 101 C and MATH 020 C, or equivalent high school mathematics, with a grade of “C” or better. Descriptive geometry methods of three dimensional (3D) problems arising in various branches of engineering and the elementary introduction of AutoCAD. 14352 100 6:00-8:50P MW Staff SEM-104 ECON 299 C Economics Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area of economics through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 13086 400 8/17-12/17 Demarkey, Nina To add the above section, see the Social Science Division Office Manager. MOD-1 ENGR 110 C Introduction to Engineering 2 Units ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES Add Authorization Codes may be issued by the instructor based on space availability and in accordance with all the requirements for the class. Prior to the first day of class • if the class is OPEN – no add auth code is needed • if the class is CLOSED - an add auth code is needed Beginning the first day of class • an add auth code is needed for ALL classes = Honors = Hybrid = Online Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C This course is an introduction to engineering as profession and associated career responsibilities and opportunities. Use of mathematical methods and tools for problem solving is also studied. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGT 110 C • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12047 001 12:30-1:50P TR Subramaniam, Brinda BUS-320 myGateway Registration! All class registrations, adds, drops and withdrawals must be done online using myGateway. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 68 FLOW CHART FOR PHYSICS/ENGINEERING COURSES MATH PHYSICS ENGT/ENGR 010 C 130 C or High School Physics Fa/Sp/Su 015 C 110 C Fa 020 C Need this for all Physics Courses 030 C Both 040 C 141 C Both 142 C 201 C 202 C 102 C 150BC 150AC 210 C 211 C concurrent ok concurrent ok 250AC 250BC 221 C Fa/Sp/Su 201 C Sp 222 C 223 C Fa Fa = Fall Sp = Spring Su = Summer Contact: Dr. Brinda Subramaniam: [email protected] or (714) 484-7000 x48645 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 69 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGLISH READING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION The READING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION, which satisfies the Reading Proficiency Graduation Requirement for the Associate Degree, will be administered by the Assessment Center. Proficiency in reading may also be satisfied by receiving a “C” in ENGL 096 C, ENGL 102 C, or ENGL 106 C, or by CSU General Education Certification or IGETC Certification. No units are given for passing the Reading Proficiency Examination, nor is the total number of units required to complete the Associate Degree lowered. Students who meet the area requirement by the proficiency exam are still required to satisfy the 60-unit requirement for graduation. A student may attempt to pass the proficiency exam only one time, after completion of English 100 C or equivalent. ENGL 058 C Reading and Writing II 4 Units Prereq: ENGL 057 C with a “C” or better or acceptable score on the placement test This course is designed to prepare students for ENGL 060 C and for the demands of college reading and writing. Individualized instruction is included. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10328 10330 10332 10333 10335 12927 10336 10338 10339 10398 12457 10399 10400 11730 10402 10401 12586 10403 13528 10405 10406 10408 13529 002 003 004 005 006 018 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 017 015 014 016 100 101 102 103 104 105 7:30-9:20A 7:30-9:20A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-11:50A 9:00-10:50A 9:30-11:20A 9:30-11:20A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 11:30-1:20P 11:30-1:20P 12:00-1:50P 12:00-1:50P 1:30-3:20P 2:00-3:50P 2:00-3:50P 4:00-5:50P 4:00-5:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P MW TR MW TR F TR MW TR MW TR TR MW TR MW TR MW TR MW TR M T W R Barretto, Jacqueline Vescial, Keith Broussard, Carlita Kashi, Barbara Staff Broussard, Carlita Barretto, Jacqueline Klein, Margaret Gutierrez, Ruth Vescial, Keith Franklin, Catherine Jones, Sarah Klein, Margaret Franklin, Catherine Vescial, Keith Gutierrez, Ruth Franklin, Catherine Gutierrez, Ruth Provenzano, Maureen Smith, Harold Gutierrez, Ruth Vescial, Keith Provenzano, Maureen CCCE12-11 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 BUS-309 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-12 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 CCCE12-10 SI is offered in many classes this semester. ENGL 027 C Basic Study Skills 3 Units This course is designed to assist students with limited academic background in experiencing success in the areas of goal setting, time management, memory, note, and test taking skills. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10315 001 8:00-9:20A TR 10316 002 12:30-1:50P MW 10317 100 6:30-9:20P M Deutsch, Nancy Kilroy, James Kilroy, James CCCE12-12 CCCE12-12 CCCE11-8 13520 OL1 ENGL 057 C Reading and Writing I 4 Units Prereq: Student must have appropriate score on CTEP Assessment. This course is designed for first semester college students and emphasizes basic instruction in reading and writing. Individualized instruction is provided. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12582 10318 10321 10322 12271 12926 10324 10325 12272 001 8:00-9:50A MW 002 9:00-10:50A TR 003 10:00-11:50A MW 004 11:00-12:50P MW 005 11:00-12:50P TR 006 1:30-3:20P MW 100 6:00-9:50P M 101 6:00-9:50P T 102 6:00-9:50P R Flores-Salcido, Dahlia Staff Staff Flores-Salcido, Dahlia Kashi, Barbara Smith, Harold Shaw, Carole Lamb, Shalini Kilroy, James CCCE11-8 CCCE11-8 CCCE11-8 BUS-101 CCCE11-8 CCCE12-11 CCCE12-10 CCCE11-8 CCCE11-8 ONLINE 8/31-11/22 Jones, Sarah 8:30-10:20A F (9/4) Jones, Sarah LLRC-130 ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class requires one on-campus meeting as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting listed and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. This section requires 18 hours of laboratory TBA. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. ONLINE 8/31-11/22 Jones, Sarah 11:00-12:50P F (9/4) Jones, Sarah LLRC-130 ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class requires one on-campus meeting as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting listed and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. This section requires 18 hours of laboratory TBA. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 13527 OL2 Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. = Honors = Hybrid = Online Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Teacher Prep = UTAP 70 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 060 C College Writing Preparation 3 Units ENGL 060 C (continued) 10609 018 12:00-1:50P MW Forman, Mary BUS-119 This class is part of the University Transfer Achievement Program (UTAP) Learning Community. Concurrent enrollment in UTAP THEA 120 C (CRN #14132) and UTAP COUN 150 C (CRN# 12647) is required. 10610 019 12:00-1:50P MW Carey, Jamie CCCE11-8 Prereq: Acceptable score on placement test, ENGL 058 C with a grade of “C” or better or ESL 186 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is designed to prepare students for ENGL 100 C. The focus is on reading, critical analysis, grammar review, and writing expository essays. • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10595 10596 10597 10598 10599 10600 10601 10602 14060 13359 001 002 003 004 005 006 008 800 011 016 7:30-9:20A 7:30-9:20A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-11:50A 8:00-11:50A 9:00-10:50A 9:00-10:50A MW TR MW MW TR TR F S MW MW Imperato, Jennifer Daniels, Joan Kushigemachi, Scott Coley, Karen Anderson, Perry Bauman, Natasha Simoes, Nora Vanciu, Alina Forman, Mary Diep, Christie BUS-108 BUS-108 BUS-102 BUS-119 BUS-102 BUS-119 CCCPLX-405 CCCE11-8 BUS-316 BUS-101 10611 020 12:00-1:50P TR Wahbe, Randa BUS-119 This course is part of the Puente Program, a university preparation program. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino experience. Concurrent enrollment required in COUN 060 C, (CRN# 11840), and COUN 140 C, (CRN# 13786). 10612 021 12:00-1:50P TR 10613 022 1:00-2:50P MW Melodia, Joseph Diep, Christie BUS-102 CCCPLX-404 G2-207 10626 300 1:30-5:45P TR 10/20-12/17 Bromberger, Kristine Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 10615 10617 12475 10619 10621 10622 10623 10624 10625 024 025 106 100 101 102 103 104 105 2:00-3:50P 2:00-3:50P 4:00-5:50P 5:00-6:50P 5:00-6:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 7:00-8:50P 7:00-8:50P MW TR MW MW TR T W MW TR Fujimoto, Janet Daniels, Joan McMurray, Kathryn Altenbernd, Julianne Borla, Linda Fujimoto, Janet Forman, Mary Altenbernd, Julianne Borla, Linda 12592 009 9:30-11:20A TR Melodia, Joseph BUS-108 This course is part of the Legacy Program. Enrollment in COUN 150 C, (CRN# 13661) is required. E-mail [email protected] edu for more details. 10603 10604 10605 10606 10607 10608 010 012 013 014 015 017 9:30-11:20A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 11:30-1:20P MW MW MW TR TR TR Nabahani, Melanie McMurray, Kathryn Carey, Jamie Daniels, Joan Bauman, Natasha Anderson, Perry BUS-108 BUS-102 BUS-119 BUS-102 BUS-119 G2-207 BUS-102 BUS-102 BUS-102 BUS-119 BUS-119 G2-207 BUS-108 BUS-119 BUS-119 FLOW CHART FOR PRE-ENGLISH 100 C COURSES Students are advised to take English classes according to scores on the following test: COLLEGE TEST FOR ENGLISH PLACEMENT (CTEP) The CTEP is designed to measure the English skills of native speakers of English. It is required for proper placement in English courses. Exemptions are: completion of an AA degree or higher, enrollment in one class that has no prerequisite; transcripts/grade reports showing completion of college English with a grade of “C” or better. The CTEP may not be used for placement in ESL courses. Students with appropriate scores on the CTEP will be advised to take ENGL 100 C (College Writing). Students needing additional fundamental work will be advised to take either ENGL 057 C (Reading and Writing I), ENGL 058 C (Reading and Writing II), or ENGL 060 C (Preparation for College Writing). Students enrolled in pre-English 100 C classes must earn at least a “C” grade in ENGL 060 C or a grade of “C” in ESL 186 C to be eligible for enrollment in ENGL 100 C. All students are encouraged to complete their English coursework as early as possible in their educational programs. Students enrolled in core classes will be required to write an essay on the first day of instruction to verify skill level and assessment placement score. ESL 186 C ENGL 100 C LEARNING CENTER The Learning Center, located in the Library Learning Resources Center, 1st Floor, provides students with the opportunity to improve their learning skills as a way of becoming more successful college students. The Center offers a wide variety of tutorial packages. Students may drop in on their own or be referred by instructors and counselors. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday ENGL 060 C LEGEND Sequence of core classes ENGL 058 C Optional Courses Courses may be taken concurrently ENGL 057 C R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 71 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 060 C (continued) 12274 OL1 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 Borla, Linda ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. 12957 OL2 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 Marshall, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12 week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. 14065 OL3 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 Marshall, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12 week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. ENGL 096 C College Reading Strategies 3 Units Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or acceptable score on the placement test This course is designed to prepare students for the demands of academic reading: i.e., textbooks, professional journals, and technical reading in the workplace. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13530 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Kashi, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. This section requires 18 of laboratory TBA. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 13531 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Kashi, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. This section requires 18 hours of TBA per week. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. ENGL 100 C College Writing 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Acceptable score on placement test or ENGL 060 C with a grade of “C” or better, ENGL 095 C with a grade of “C” or better or ESL 186 C with a grade of “C” or better This course stresses the principles and practice of written communication, with an emphasis on reading and writing expository essays and on research skills. 10747 10748 10749 10751 10752 10753 10754 004 005 006 007 008 009 800 7:30-9:20A 7:30-9:20A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-11:50A 8:00-11:50A MW TR MW MW TR F S Brewer, Justin Mangan, Michael Savard, Hale Kane, Clifford King, Dana Mangan, Michael Ingram, Penelope BUS-109 CCCPLX-404 G2-207 BUS-116 BUS-116 BUS-112 BUS-109 11880 033 8:30-10:20A TR Rosenberg, Stuart BUS-109 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. Please e-mail [email protected] CypressCollege.edu for more details. 10755 10762 13310 10757 10764 10766 10758 10772 10773 10774 10776 13532 12939 11938 11800 10779 011 016 019 012 017 018 013 021 022 023 024 001 014 034 026 028 9:00-10:50A 9:00-10:50A 9:00-10:50A 9:30-11:20A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 10:30-12:20P 11:30-1:20P 11:30-1:20P 11:30-1:20P 12:00-1:50P 12:30-2:20P 12:30-2:20P 12:30-4:20P 1:00-2:50P 1:30-3:20P TR MW MW MW MW TR MW MW TR MW MW TR TR F MW MW Payne, John Payne, John Folayan, Elaine Ismail, Adel Kane, Clifford Sonne, Kathryn Brewer, Justin Rosenberg, Stuart Keel, Lawrence Payne, John Herron, Mark Goldman, Arthur Witt, Jason Najm, Tariq LaPorta, Michele Kushigemachi, Scott G2-207 BUS-309 BUS-117 BUS-109 BUS-116 BUS-116 BUS-311 BUS-109 BUS-108 G2-207 BUS-102 BUS-309 CCCPLX-405 BUS-109 CCCPLX-405 BUS-109 10778 300 1:30-5:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Najm, Tariq BUS-108 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 13534 10784 10785 13626 13627 002 030 031 020 027 2:00-3:50P 2:00-3:50P 2:00-3:50P 3:00-4:50P 3:00-4:50P TR MW TR MW TR Marshall, Barbara Herron, Mark Keel, Lawrence Talwar, Ambika Witt, Jason BUS-116 BUS-116 BUS-109 BUS-112 BUS-112 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 72 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC 10788 10789 12940 12941 10792 10793 10796 101 102 100 103 104 105 106 TIME 4:00-5:50P 5:00-6:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P 6:00-9:50P DAYS TR MW T W M T W DATES INSTRUCTOR Goldman, Arthur Askren, Mark Ingram, Penelope Talwar, Ambika Hill, Jennifer Hill, Jennifer Daniels, Joan ROOM BUS-116 G2-207 BUS-112 CCCE12-12 BUS-102 BUS-116 BUS-102 G2-207 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 100 C (continued) ENGL 100HC Honors College Writing 3 Units 10797 107 6:00-9:50P R Fujimoto, Janet This course is a an introduction of Japanese arts and martial arts based on the life of Miyamoto Musashi. ENGL 100 C students will continue a critical study of Japan through reading and writing assignments which will focus on Musashi’s ethics and Japanese culture and society. Students are strongly recommended to enroll in JAPN 294 C, (CRN #13540). E-mail [email protected] for more details. 10799 108 10803 109 7:00-8:50P MW 7:00-8:50P TR Askren, Mark Nau, Janet Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Acceptable score on placement test or ENGL 060 C with a grade of “C” or better or ENGL 095 C with a grade of “C” or better or ESL 186 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is an enhanced section of College Writing employing a seminar format. The course will develop increased critical thinking, reading and writing skills. 10804 HN1 12:00-1:50P TR Sonne, Kathryn BUS-101 ENGL 102 C Introduction to Literature G2-207 BUS-102 3 Units 13535 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-11/8 Talwar, Ambika ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 08/24. 13020 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-11/8 Talwar, Ambika ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 08/24. 12959 OL3 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 McAlister, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. 12960 OL4 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 McAlister, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. 12962 OL5 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 McAlister, Kathleen ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. 12963 OL6 ONLINE 9/28-12/17 Melodia, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/05. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better Continuation of ENGL 100 C. Course emphasizes the comprehension and composition of the analytical essay based on the understanding and appreciation of literature. 11107 11108 12463 11113 11115 002 9:30-10:50A MW 004 11:00-12:20P TR 007 11:00-12:20P MW 100 6:30-9:20P M 101 6:30-9:20P T Keel, Lawrence Payne, John Diep, Christie Fujimoto, Janet Folayan, Elaine CCCPLX-404 CCCPLX-404 CCCPLX-405 CCCPLX-405 CCCPLX-404 12261 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Marshall, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12943 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Diep, Christie ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12262 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Marshall, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12951 OL4 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Diep, Christie ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. myGateway Registration! All class registrations, adds, drops and withdrawals must be done online using myGateway. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 73 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 103 C Critical Reasoning and Writing 3 Units ENGL 104 C Critical Analysis and Literature 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is designed to continue developing critical thinking, reading, and writing skills. Course will focus on the development of logical reasoning and analytical and argumentative writing skills. 12753 11248 11249 11252 12724 11253 12464 11256 12752 11257 11259 11943 010 001 002 800 007 004 008 005 009 100 101 102 7:30-8:50A 8:00-9:20A 9:00-10:20A 9:00-11:50A 10:30-11:50A 11:00-12:20P 11:00-12:20P 12:00-1:20P 2:00-3:20P 6:30-9:20P 6:30-9:20P 6:30-9:20P MW TR MW S MW MW TR TR MW M W T Ismail, Adel Simoes, Nora Anderson, Terry Swaim, Steven Savard, Hale Anderson, Terry King, Dana Nau, Janet Anderson, Terry Daniels, Joan Swaim, Steven Forman, Mary BUS-112 CCCPLX-405 BUS-112 BUS-102 BUS-112 CCCPLX-404 CCCPLX-405 BUS-116 BUS-119 BUS-109 BUS-309 BUS-109 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This course will develop critical thinking, reading and writing skills as they apply to the analysis of literature and literary criticism from diverse cultural sources and perspectives. 11950 003 9:00-10:50A MW Rosenberg, Stuart CCCPLX-405 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. Please e-mail [email protected] CypressCollege.edu for more details. 13754 002 1:30-3:20P TR Ssensalo, Bede CCCPLX-404 This course is taught from the Black perspective. All readings and research will focus on the Black diaspora. This course is part of the Legacy Program. Enrollment in ETHS 130 C, CRN #11678 is required. E-mail jmelodia @CypressCollege.edu for more details. 13537 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-11/8 Nabahani, Melanie ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 08/24. 12263 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Wahbe, Randa ONLINE CLASS: This nine week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12264 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Wahbe, Randa ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12479 OL5 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Fague, Andrew ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12636 OL6 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Melodia, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9 week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. The Program Everyone is Talking About! “IMAGINE TEACHING” CYPRESS COLLEGE If you can imagine yourself working in a classroom setting, assisting a teacher, helping students of all ages, being part of a team, and discovering the joys of becoming a school teacher, then this program is for you! Look for the classes with the apple next to it. Paraprofessional Programs …Going Places in Teaching Please call Connie Legaspi or Dennis Davino at (714) 484-7168 in FA-136 or the TP Counselor Velia Lawson at (714) 484-7179 or visit the website at www.CypressCollege.edu/~tpp/ Teacher Preparation & Learn about African American Culture with a group of friends whom you share classes Go to Plays and Movies and Visit Museums and University Campuses All Events are Sponsored by the Program! Learn and Write about Music, Entertainment, Politics, Sports and History Take up to 15 transferable units! To join, take the English class that applies to you and the corresponding “linked” course. English 060 C & Counseling 150 C T/Th 9:30-11:20 W 1:00-3:50 CRN #12592 CRN #13661 English 104 C & Ethnic Studies 130 C T/TH 1:30-3:20 T/Th 11:00-12:25 CRN #13754 CRN #11678 = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP = Honors = Hybrid 74 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 104HC Honors Critical Analysis and Literature 4 Units ENGL 106 C Critical Thinking 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This is an enhanced section of Critical Analysis and Literature employing a seminar format. The course focuses on increased development of critical thinking, writing, reading and research skills as they apply to the analysis of literature. 11335 HN1 9:00-10:50A TR Nabahani, Melanie BUS-101 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This critical reading, writing, and thinking course teaches the student to analyze and evaluate elements of rhetoric and logic in written communication. 11755 001 10:00-11:20A MW 11762 100 6:30-9:20P M Franklin, Catherine Vescial, Keith G2-207 CCCE12-11 ENGL 105 C Creative Writing 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C Students will write short fiction, poetry, and, optionally, a short play, and will gain an understanding of each literary type, and have their work critiqued in a workshop setting. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11338 001 2:00-3:20P TR Rosenberg, Stuart CCCE-2-3 12618 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-11/22 Klein, Margaret ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. ENGL 108 C Writing the Personal Statement 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C This course will teach students how to write an effective personal statement on their transfer applications to four-year institutions. 11801 LS1 2:00-4:05P R 10/1-10/22 Nabahani, Melanie BUS-121 Last day to add: 10/01; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/15; Last day to drop for refund: 10/01. The UNIVERSITY TRANSFER ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (UTAP) is a one year long Learning Community that helps students achieve their academic and transfer goals. UTAP is highly recommended for incoming freshman. Eligibility for English 60 is a requirement. ❖ UTAP classes share some assignments and activities ❖ Students go on field trips ❖ Students work together on interdisciplinary projects ❖ There is increased academic support ❖ Friendships among students and faculty ENGL 060 C THEA 120 C COUN 150 C CRN#10609 CRN#14132 CRN#12647 MW 12 - 1:50 PM TTH 9:30 - 12:30 PM TTH 2 - 3:20 PM M. FORMAN J. HORMEL K. HIGH Contact: Mary Forman, English Faculty, (714) 484-7156 E-mail: [email protected] M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 75 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ENGL 110 C Humanities: Ancient & Medieval (Same as INDS 100 C) 3 Units ENGL 135 C Advanced Grammar and Usage 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course surveys the development of Western culture— prehistory, the ancient world, and the Middle Ages—with an emphasis on the arts. Duplicate credit not granted for INDS 100 C. Cost for museum visits not to exceed $15.00. 12598 001 11:00-12:20P TR Nabahani, Melanie BUS-309 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This is an advanced course in English grammar and usage. The focus of the course is on parts of speech, parts of sentences, verb tenses, sentence types, syntax, usage, and the origin of English, as well as basic linguistic concepts. 13538 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Borla, Linda 6:30-8:20P R (9/17) Borla, Linda CCCPLX-404 6:30-8:20P R (10/15) Borla, Linda CCCPLX-404 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. ENGL 125 C The Film 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C This course is a critical study of film as literature that will develop critical thinking and writing skills. 11341 001 11:00-12:20P MW 13633 100 6:30-9:20P M Keel, Lawrence Talwar, Ambika BUS-309 CCCE11-8 ENGL 125HC Honors Film 3 Units ENGL 137 C College Study Strategies 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C This course is an enhanced section of ENGL 125 C, emphasizing a seminar format. Students study cinematic storytelling, film’s dependence on literature and the historical development of the film. 11342 HN1 6:30-9:20P M Talwar, Ambika CCCE11-8 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C Emphasis on learning and critical thinking strategies crucial for academic success: time management, listening, note taking, academic reading/rate improvement and test taking. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12594 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-11/1 Klein, Margaret ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This section requires 18 hours of laboratory TBA. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 12590 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Jones, Sarah ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. This section requires 18 hours of laboratory TBA. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. THE LANGUAGE ARTS DIVISION IS LOCATED BETWEEN PARKING LOTS 4 & 5 - CYPRESS CONTINUING EDUCATION (SOUTH BUILDING) CE-11-09 FULL-TIME INSTRUCTORS’ OFFICES ENGLISH / FOREIGN LANGUAGE / READING INSTRUCTORS Located in Gym 2 ESL INSTRUCTORS Located in the Cypress Continuing Education Building — CCCE-2-00 OFFICE (Holder Buildings) COMMUNICATION INSTRUCTORS Located in the Cypress Continuing Education Building — CCCE-4-00 OFFICE (Holder Buildings) PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS’ MAILBOXES Located in the Production Center - next to Bookstore Please refer to the map in the back of the schedule = Honors = Hybrid ENGL 180 C Sign Language - SEE Level I 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course gives an overview of Signing Exact English (SEE) model of sign language while developing both expressive and receptive skills. 11351 100 6:30-9:20P M Zawolkow, Esther BUS-309 ENGL 181 C Sign Language - SEE Level II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ENGL 180 C A continuation of beginning sign language with emphasis on broadening vocabulary, increasing speed and clarify of signs. 11380 100 6:30-9:20P W Both, Carol BUS-109 Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 76 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM ENGL 182 C Sign Language - SEE Level III 3 Units ENGL 299 C Language Arts Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ENGL 181 C This course continues development of sign skills in Signing Exact English and addresses both expressive and receptive skills. 11382 100 6:30-9:20P W Both, Carol BUS-109 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of literature and/or language through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 3 times. 12953 400 8/17-12/17 Young, Eldon CCCE11-9 To add the above section, see the Language Arts Division Office Manager. ENGL 184 C Ed. Interp. Practicum I 3 Units This course allows students to build educational interpreting skills for service to the elementary and middle school settings. 13953 LS1 5:00-7:50P W 9/23-12/16 Davino, Dennis CCCPLX-405 12:00-6:50P S (12/5) Davino, Dennis CCCPLX-405 Last day to add: 10/07; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/07; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/25; Last day to drop for refund: 09/23. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESL 044 C Beginning Oral Skills 2 Units Prereq: Appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. This course is for high-beginning level ESL speakers to improve basic oral communication skills related to social, vocational, and academic areas. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11928 001 10:30-11:20A MW Randall, Marquille CCCE-2-3 ENGL 186 C Educational Interpreting Practicum II 3 Units Prereq: ENGL 184 C with a minimum grade of “C” or a minimum grade of “C” in three semesters of college level sign language classes in either American Sign Language. Pidgin Sign Language, Signed English, or Signing Exact English. This course allows students to build educational interpreting skills for service in the high school, vocational, and higher educational settings. 13954 LS1 5:00-7:50P W 9/23-12/16 Davino, Dennis CCCPLX-405 12:00-6:50P S (12/5) Davino, Dennis CCCPLX-405 Last day to add: 10/07; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/07; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/25; Last day to drop for refund: 09/23. ENGL 211 C English Literature to 1760 3 Units ESL 051 C Intermediate Pronunciation 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C Advisory: ENGL 102 C The course is an introduction to the major periods, movements, authors, and forms from the beginnings of English Literature to 1760. 11955 001 9:30-10:50A TR McAlister, Kathleen BUS-112 Prereq: Appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. This course is designed to refine pronunciation, to reduce foreign accent, and to build confidence in oral expression. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11930 001 10:30-11:20A TR 11932 100 6:00-6:50P TR Whitsett, Catherine Graham, Jianning BUS-109 CCCE-2-5 ENGL 239 C Survey - Children’s Literature 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is a survey of children’s literature from a multicultural perspective with an emphasis on comparative and critical analysis. 12633 100 6:30-9:20P W Keel, Lawrence CCCE11-8 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 12265 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Marshall, Barbara ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 13539 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Diep, Christie ONLINE CLASS: This late start 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. ESL 052 C Intermediate ESL Grammar 1 3 Units Prereq: Completion of ESL 081 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. This course is for intermediate ESL students to increase their knowledge and usage of English grammar, review grammar trouble spots, and improve editing skills in writing. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12194 001 1:30-2:50P TR Chi, Hong CCCE12-12 ESL 053 C Intermediate ESL Grammar 2 3 Units Prereq: Completion of ESL 081 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process This course is for intermediate ESL students to continue to increase their knowledge and usage of English grammar, review grammar trouble spots, and improve editing skills in writing. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12195 001 3:00-4:20P TR Chi, Hong CCCE12-12 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 77 FLOW CHART FOR ESL COURSES Is English your second language? Take the CELSA, the ESL placement test. The CELSA is the right test for you even if: • you’ve been in the U.S. for a long time • you don’t have an accent • you took “regular” English in high school ESL courses are designed for your specific training needs. Students are advised to take ESL classes according to scores on the COMBINED ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS ASSESSMENT (CELSA) TEST FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH. The CELSA test is designed to measure the English skills of non-native speakers of English. The CELSA test is required for proper placement in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses. The CTEP test, which is for native speakers of English, may not be substituted for placement in ESL courses. However, students scoring high on the CELSA test may be referred to English courses for native speakers after writing a successful composition. Students with appropriate scores on the CELSA test will be advised to take ESL core classes and elective classes at different levels. Students enrolled in core classes will be required to write a composition on the first day of instruction to verify skill level and assessment placement score. ADVANCED ELECTIVES ESL 065 C ESL CORE CLASSES ENGL 100 C ESL 064 C ESL 063 C ESL 062 C } ESL 186 C ENGL 060 C ESL 185 C ESL 184 C LEGEND Sequence of core classes INTERMEDIATE/BEGINNING ELECTIVES ESL 054 C ESL 053 C ESL 052 C ESL 051 C ESL 044 C } = Hybrid ESL 083 C Optional elective courses may be taken concurrently with appropriate core classes ESL 082 C LEARNING CENTER ESL 081 C The Learning Center, located in the Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, provides students with the opportunity to improve their learning skills as a way of becoming more successful college students. The Center offers a wide variety of tutorial packages. Students may drop in on their own or be referred by instructors and counselors. ESL 080 C = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 78 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ESL 054 C Intermediate Oral Skills 2 Units ESL 082 C Intermediate ESL 1 5 Units Prereq: Completion of ESL 0080 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process This course is for intermediate level ESL speakers to improve oral communication skills related to social, vocational, and academic areas. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11933 001 11:30-12:20P MW Igoudin, Alex CCCE12-12 The prerequisite is offered through the NOCCCD School of Continuing Education. Prereq: ESL 081 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. An intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the composition, grammar, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with a moderate command of English. • Plus forty-five minutes laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10134 002 10139 100 9:00-11:20A TR 7:00-9:20P TR Llanos, Kathleen Wickman, Monica CCCE-2-4 CCCE-2-4 ESL 063 C Advanced ESL Grammar 2 3 Units ESL 083 C Intermediate ESL 2 5 Units Prereq: Completion of ESL 083 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process This course is designed to continue to increase students’ knowledge and usage of advanced English grammar to review grammar trouble spots, and to improve grammatical accuracy in writing. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12954 001 2:00-3:20P MW Chi, Hong BUS-108 Prereq: ESL 082 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. An intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the composition, grammar, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with a moderate command of English. • Plus forty-five minutes laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10142 001 8:00-10:20A MW 10144 002 11:30-1:50P TR 10148 100 7:00-9:20P TR Wada, Kathryn Wada, Kathryn Graham, Jianning CCCE-2-4 CCCE-2-5 CCCE-2-5 ESL 064 C Advanced Oral Skills 2 Units Prereq: Completion of ESL 083 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process This course is designed for advanced level ESL speakers to improve oral communication skills related to social, vocational, and academic areas. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11935 001 10:30-11:20A MW Igoudin, Alex CCCE-2-5 ESL 184 C Advanced ESL 1 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ESL 083 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. This course is an advanced ESL skills course designed to improve the reading, composition, grammar, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with an advanced command of English. • Plus forty-five minutes laboratory TBA per week 10157 10151 10154 10161 003 8:00-10:20A TR 001 11:30-1:50P TR 002 11:30-1:50P MW 100 7:00-9:20P MW Robertson, Alison Robertson, Alison McPherson, Debra McPherson, Debra CCCE-4-9 CCCE-2-3 CCCE-2-4 CCCE-2-4 ESL 080 C Low Intermediate ESL 1 5 Units Prereq: Appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. A low intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the reading, grammar, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with a basic command of English. • Plus Forty-five minutes laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10029 001 8:00-10:20A MW Randall, Marquille CCCE-2-3 The prerequisite is offered through the NOCCCD School of Continuing Education. ESL 185 C Advanced ESL 2 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ESL 184 C with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process Advanced ESL skills course designed to improve the reading, composition, grammar, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with an advanced command of English. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 10165 12273 10167 10173 10170 001 8:00-10:20A MW 003 8:00-10:20A TR 002 11:30-1:50P MW 004 11:30-1:50P TR 100 7:00-9:20P MW Igoudin, Alex Wada, Kathryn Llanos, Kathleen Whitsett, Catherine Tharp, Michelle CCCE-2-5 CCCE-2-3 CCCE-2-5 BUS-109 CCCE-2-3 ESL 081 C Low Intermediate ESL 2 5 Units Prereq: ESL 080 C with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process A low intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the reading, grammar, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking skills of non-native speakers with a basic command of English. • Plus one-half hour laboratory TBA per week • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10031 001 8:00-10:20A TR Wood, Jane CCCE-2-5 ESL 186 C Advanced ESL Writing 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ESL 185 C with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process. Designed for the non-native speaker of English as an introduction to college level writing. Emphasis is on essay development of expository writing. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 10175 10177 10178 10179 11752 001 9:00-11:20A TR 002 11:30-1:50P MW 003 11:30-1:50P TR 100 7:00-9:20P MW 101 7:00-9:20P TR Staff Robertson, Alison Wood, Jane Wood, Jane McPherson, Debra BUS-117 CCCE-2-3 CCCE-2-4 CCCE-2-5 CCCE-2-3 Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 79 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ETHNIC STUDIES ETHS 100 C American Ethnic Studies 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course encompasses an historical overview of the social, cultural, political, and economic aspects of Native Americans, African Americans, Chicanos, and Asian Americans. Duplicate credit not granted for ETHS 100HC. 13091 13597 11785 11786 LS1 001 002 003 9:00-12:15P 9:30-10:50A 11:00-12:20P 12:30-1:50P F TR MW TR Briceno, Gerardo Lind, Daniel Lind, Daniel Lind, Daniel SEM-332 SEM-332 SEM-332 SEM-332 ETHS 150 C Introduction to Chicana/o Studies 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course introduces students to the most significant social, political, economic, and historical aspects of the Chicana/o experience in the United States. • (Formerly ETHS 140 C) 14133 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Staff SEM-332 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. ETHS 151 C Chicana/o History I 3 Units 11821 LS2 2:00-3:25P MW 8/31-12/16 Lind, Daniel SEM-332 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 11787 100 7:00-9:50P W Lind, Daniel SEM-332 CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is a survey of the Chicana/o experience from the preEuropean conquest era of North America to the Mexican-American War. • (Formerly ETHS 141 C) 14134 001 11:00-12:20P MW Briceno, Gerardo CCCE10-15 ETHS 130 C African-American History I 3 Units ETHS 160 C Native American History 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of the African-American experience in the United States from its African roots to 1865. 11678 LS1 11:00-12:25P TR 9/1-12/17 Lind, Daniel SEM-332 The course is part of the Legacy Program. Enrollment in ENGL 104 C and ETHS 130 C is required. E-mail [email protected] edu for more details. Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an historical examination of the native peoples of the Americas from their early beginnings to the present. 12557 001 9:30-10:50A MW Briceno, Gerardo SEM-332 ETHS 170 C Introduction to Asian-American Studies 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course examines the experiences of various Asian and Pacific Islander A merican groups by connecting historical issues with contemporary phenomena. 12339 001 12:30-1:50P MW Tanaka, Megan SEM-332 NEED TO SATISFY YOUR AMERICAN HISTORY REQUIREMENT? Enroll in Ethnic Studies (ETHS) 130 C: AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I TR 11:00am-12:25pm 16 week course beginning September 1 **CULTURAL DIVERSITY COURSE** ***REVAMPED FOR 2009!!*** ***NOW A TWO-SEMESTER SEQUENCE*** **BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND ** **FULFILLS CULTURAL DIVERSITY REQUIREMENT** ***SATISFIES CSU AMERICAN HISTORY REQUIREMENT!!!*** Ethnic Studies (ETHS) 151 C: CHICANA/O HISTORY I (Formerly ETHS 141 C) MW 11:00-12:20 CULTURAL DIVERSITY COURSE = Honors = Hybrid = Online Ethnic Studies (ETHS) 160 C NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY MW 9:30-10:50am Come and Learn about the FIRST Americans!! = Teacher Prep = UTAP 80 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ETHS 171 C Asian-American History 3 Units FREN 102 C Elementary French II 5 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is a survey of the Asian and Pacific Islander American experience in the United States from the mid-19th century to the present day. 13598 300 3:30-6:20P MW 10/19-12/16 Tanaka, Megan SEM-332 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: FREN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school French with average grade of “C” or better is recommended This course continues to emphasize the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will increase their knowledge of the French culture. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12238 001 12:00-2:20P MW Anglin, Marie BUS-112 ETHS 299 C Ethnic Studies Independent Study 1 Unit FREN 200 C Conversational French 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: FREN 102 C This is a course in conversation with emphasis on the idiomatic use of the language through French films. Topics concern French life, culture, geography, and history. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10483 001 1:00-2:50P T Dannov, Isabelle BUS-112 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13090 400 8/17-12/17 Lind, Daniel SEM-332 To add the above section, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. FLIGHT ATTENDANT — SEE AIRLINE AND TRAVEL CAREERS FRENCH FREN 101 C Elementary French I 5 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will be introduced to the culture, history and geography of France. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10448 001 10450 100 9:00-11:20A MW 7:00-9:20P MW Anglin, Marie Pazargadi, Fatima CCCE12-12 BUS-112 FREN 203 C Intermediate French III 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: FREN 102 C with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high school French with an average grade of “C” or better. The course emphasizes the acquisition of a contextualized vocabulary and grammatical information to develop speaking, reading and writing skills. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10484 002 11:00-12:50P TR Dannov, Isabelle BUS-112 FREN 204 C Intermediate French IV 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: FREN 203 C with a grade of “C” or better or three years of high school French with an average grade of “C” or better. The course emphasizes the mastery and application of grammatical rules. It requires more advanced reading of modern and classical French, as well as continued emphasis on oral and written expression. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10492 003 1:00-2:50P TR Dannov, Isabelle 1 BUS-112 FREN 299 C French Independent Study **BACK IN FALL 2009** **CULTURAL DIVERSITY COURSE** ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of the French language through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12600 400 8/17-12/17 Young, Eldon CCCE11-9 To add the above section, see the Language Arts Division Office Manager. Ethnic Studies (ETHS) 171 C ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TTh 3:30-6:20pm Nine Week Course - Second Session Study U.S History from another perspective!! M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 81 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM GEOGRAPHY GEOG 100 C World Geography 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An introduction to today’s physical and political regions using advanced technology. Duplicate credit not given for GEOG 100HC. 13110 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Mendoza, Armando The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Schedule for more information. Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 13117 LS2 9:30-10:55A MW 8/31-12/16 McLaren, Shane Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13116 LS3 9:30-10:55A TR 9/1-12/17 Vu, Vienne Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12173 LS4 11:00-12:25P MW 8/31-12/16 McLaren, Shane Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13120 LS5 11:00-12:25P TR 9/1-12/17 Doak, Leslie Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 10313 300 2:00-4:50P MW 10/19-12/16 Jones, Kristin Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 13115 LS7 6:00-8:50P T 9/1-12/15 Klein, Marti Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. G2-206 GEOG 102 C Physical Geography 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course investigates and interprets the sun-earth relationship, science of maps, weather and climate and things that provide insight into the nature of man’s physical environment. 12657 LS2 9:30-10:55A MW 8/31-12/16 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 12669 LS3 9:30-10:55A TR 9/1-12/17 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12407 LS4 11:00-12:25P MW 8/31-12/16 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. G2-223 G2-223 G2-223 G2-206 12671 LS5 11:00-12:25P TR 9/1-12/17 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12677 LS6 12:30-1:55P TR 9/1-12/17 Goggin, Sarah Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 14135 LS1 1:00-4:15P F 9/4-12/11 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 12678 LS7 5:00-7:55P W 9/2-12/16 Quinn, Christopher Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. G2-223 G2-206 G2-206 G2-206 G2-223 G2-206 G2-223 G2-206 GEOG 102LC Physical Geography - Lab G2-206 1 Unit 13650 LS8 8/31-12/13 Doak, Leslie ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class begins 8/31 and meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST email your instructor at [email protected] and include the CRN for your class. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13701 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Doak, Leslie ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST email your instructor at [email protected] and include the CRN for your class. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrolllment in GEOG 102 C. This course investigates and interprets in a laboratory environment the items covered in GEOG 102 C, GEOG 100 C or GEOG 130 C. 12658 LS1 12:30-3:25P T 9/1-12/15 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12679 LS2 12:30-3:25P W 9/2-12/16 Mendoza, Armando Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 12680 LS3 8:00-10:55P W 9/2-12/16 Quinn, Christopher Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. G2-223 G2-223 G2-223 Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 82 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM GEOG 130 C California Geography 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an investigation and interpretation of the physical, cultural and economic bases and regions of the state of California. 13325 LS1 11:00-12:25P TR 9/1-12/17 Vu, Vienne Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. G2-205 GEOLOGY GEOL 100 C Physical Geology 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is a survey of the composition and structure of the earth and the forces that operate underneath and upon the earth’s surface. Duplicate credit not granted for GEOL 100HC or GEOL 102 C. 10561 10562 10566 10563 10564 10565 001 8:00-9:20A MW 002 8:00-9:20A TR 003 9:30-10:50A TR 004 11:00-12:20P MW 005 2:00-3:20P TR 100 6:00-8:50P M Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria Neves, Douglas Staff SEM-123 SEM-123 SEM-123 SEM-123 SEM-123 SEM-123 GEOG 140 C Weather & Climate 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an investigation and interpretation of the local and global surface weather phenomena. 13122 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Polizzi, Nicholas ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. 13634 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Polizzi, Nicholas ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. GEOL 100HC Honors Physical Geology 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An enhanced introduction to the concepts and theories of geology including the composition, structure and forces that operates upon the earth’s surface. Field trips may be arranged. Duplicate credit not granted for GEOL 100 C or GEOL 102 C. 12048 001 9:30-10:50A MW Castle, Victoria SEM-123 GEOL 101 C Physical Geology Laboratory 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, GEOL 100 C This course includes the identification of minerals and rocks; understanding of topographic maps, aerial photographs and other imagery from remote sensing; interpretation of maps and survey data. Not open to students with credit in GEOL 102 C. 10567 001 11:00-1:50P R 10568 100 6:30-9:20P W Castle, Victoria Neves, Douglas SEM-123 SEM-123 GEOG 160 C Cultural Geography 3 Units GEOL 115 C Physical Geology Field Lab 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU This course investigates and interprets the interrelationships of human activities with cultural background, physical environment and the diffusion of ideas. 14137 LS1 8/31-12/17 Quinn, Christopher ONLINE CLASS: This 15-week online class begins 8/31 and meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST email your instructor at [email protected] and include the CRN for your class. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course includes field and laboratory study of mineral, rock, and fossil identification; structural and geomorphic features; geologic history and geologic hazards of selected regions in Southern California. Not open to students with credit in GEOL 101 C or GEOL 102 C. 14059 800 5:00-6:50P R (8/27) Castle, Victoria SEM-123 LAB 8:00-4:25P FSU 9/18-9/20 Castle, Victoria LAB 8:00-4:25P FSU 11/6-11/8 Castle, Victoria A 3 hour organizational meeting will be held on Thursday, Aug. 27th at 5pm in room SEM-123. Field trips will be on the following dates: Friday-Sunday, Sept 18th-20th to Owens Valley; and Friday-Sunday, Nov. 6th-8th to Death Valley. Please contact Victoria Castle for more information at [email protected] or call (714) 484-7000 extension 48620. Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/06; Last day to drop for refund: 08/27. GEOG 299 C Geography Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 13125 400 8/17-12/17 Mendoza, Armando To add the above class, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. G2-223 REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday 83 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM New Exciting Class for Fall 2009! GEOL 125 C: NATURAL DISASTERS HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 Learn about and discuss the following topics: • Volcanoes • Mass Extinctions • Earthquakes • Hurricanes • Landslides • Climate Change • Tsunami • Emergency Planning Mon/Wed 1-2:20 pm and Tues 6:30 - 9:20 pm 3 unit transferable class that meets Physical Science requirements GEOL 125 C Natural Disasters 3 Units This course is an introduction to the science of natural disasters. Topics include earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, climate change, mass extinctions, hazard monitoring and disaster planning. 13485 001 14019 100 1:00-2:20P MW 6:30-9:20P T Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria SEM-123 SEM-123 HI Technology classes are designed to provide students optimal support for learning. Many online classes are delivered primarily synchronously through Webinars — seminars conducted over the World Wide Web. The teacher and learner are physically present at the same time, but not in the same place. Instruction is delivered through Blackboard's course management system and Webinars that use the latest in web conferencing technology allowing participants to enter a virtual meeting room with simple, yet powerful controls that help teachers and students connect, collaborate and communicate more efficiently in an online class. Because we know online is not for everyone, students are encouraged to attend the online class on-campus. Students who do not participate online or come to campus will listen to archived sessions, read and complete lessons independently. An online student needs access to a personal computer, an Internet connection and integrated microphone/speaker headset. For a personalized demonstration of the technology, please contact Rosalie Majid, Program Director at [email protected] GEOL 130 C Intro to Oceanography 3 Units HI 100 C Trends in Health Care Delivery 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course investigates the organization of health care delivery in the U.S. focusing on providers of health care, governmental influences, and the financing of health care. This is a core course designed for students interested in a career in the health care industry. 13224 HY1 5:00-9:15P R 8/20-10/15 Gomez, Rebecca TE3-203 HYBRID CLASS: This nine-week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. Online class schedule will be distributed at first class meeting. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ad/faculty. aspx?ID=rgomez and www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distanceeducation. Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. Transfer: UC/CSU This course is a survey of the composition and structure of the earth’s ocean showing the interrelationship between atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere. • Concurrent enrollment in GEOL 131 C OPTIONAL 10569 10570 10571 10572 001 002 003 004 8:00-9:20A 8:00-9:20A 9:30-10:50A 9:30-10:50A MW TR MW TR Flynn, Russell Flynn, Russell Flynn, Russell Flynn, Russell CCCPLX-216 CCCPLX-216 CCCPLX-216 CCCPLX-216 GEOL 131 C Intro to Oceanography Lab 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU This course includes the identification of earth materials; understanding of bathymetric charts; basic navigation; methods of oceanographic research. 10573 001 11:00-1:50P T 10574 002 3:30-6:20P T Flynn, Russell Neves, Douglas SEM-123 SEM-123 HI 101 C Health Information Science - Lecture 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is an investigation of content, use, and structure of health care data and data sets emphasizing documentation requirements pursuant to federal/state regulations and voluntary accrediting body standards. NOTE: This lecture requires concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13234 HY1 5:00-6:50P T 9/1-12/15 Majid, Rosalie TE3-216 HYBRID CLASS: The lecture portion of this 16-week hybrid class is online. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can participate in a mandatory orientation webinar on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 5:00 pm from home ... OR... you can come to the campus meeting (same day/time). You must also attend one of the following three-hour labs that will meet beginning 9/1/09: 2:00p - 5:15p Tuesdays in TE3-216 OR 6:00p - 9:15p Tuesdays in TE3-216 (also available via WEBINAR) Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 84 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HI 102 C Legal Aspects of Health Care (Same as HS 102 C) 2 Units HI 115 C Medical Staff Services Science 3 Units Transfer: CSU The focus of this course is on the legal and legislative process affecting health information. 13243 HY1 5:00-9:15P R 10/22-12/17 Gomez, Rebecca TE3-203 HYBRID CLASS: This nine-week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. Online class schedule will be distributed the first night of class. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/ad/faculty.aspx?ID=rgomez and www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/distanceeducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. Transfer: CSU This course focuses on the organization of the hospital and functions of the organized medical staff and includes JCAHO and NCQA guidelines for credentialing physicians and allied health practitioners and how to prepare agendas and write minutes. 13700 101 6:00-8:50P W Crumb, Linda TE3-203 OPTIONAL ONLINE CLASS: You have the option of attending this full semester class either ON-CAMPUS or ONLINE. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email to enable you to participate in the webinars from home OR just come to campus for the lecture, which meets in TE3-203. HI 103 C Health Care Statistics 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 101 with a grade of “C” or better. The focus of this class is on the effective collection, presentation, and verification of health care data and information. Lab activities focus on manual and automated data presentation techniques and healthcare data analysis. 11356 HY1 5:00-6:50P R (9/3) Majid, Rosalie TE3-216 7:00-9:50P R 9/3-12/17 Majid, Rosalie TE3-216 HYBRID CLASS: This 16 week class requires on campus meetings for lecture and labs shown on the above lines. Online class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. You MUST update your current e-mail address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important communication via e-mail For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ad/Adjunct. aspx?ID=rmajid and www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distanceeducation. Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. HI 204 C ICD-9-CM Coding - Lecture 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 101 C, HS 145 C, and either BIOL 160 C or BIOL 210 C with a grade of “C” or better; or employed as a coder This class focuses on principles of nomenclature and classification systems in coding diseases and procedures for medical research, management decision-making and reimbursement purposes. This course requires concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs. 13247 HY1 5:00-6:50P M Castillo, Maria TE3-216 HYBRID CLASS: T his full semester hybrid class requires participation in online webinars for lecture shown on the above line. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege. edu/academics/distanceeducation. You must also attend one of the following three-hour labs: 2:00p - 4:50p on Mondays in TE3-216 OR 7:00p - 9:50p on Mondays in TE3-216 (also available via WEBINAR) HI 105 C Directed Practice I 4 Units HI 214 C CPT/Ambulatory Care Coding 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 204 C or employed as a Health Information Coder. The course will address the requirements for diagnostic and procedure coding in ambulatory care including hospital outpatient, outpatient surgery and physician office as well as the relationship to outpatient reimbursement methodologies. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13252 HY1 5:00-6:50P T 9/1-12/15 Wilhelm, Carol Ann TE3-203 HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week hybrid class requires participation in online webinars for lecture shown on the above line. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important connection information via e-mail so that you can participate in the class orientation webinar on Tuesday, 8/25/09 at 5:00 p.m. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ distanceeducation and http://cypresscollege.edu/ad/Adjunct. aspx?ID=cwilhelm. You must also attend one of the following three-hour labs: 2:00p - 4:50p on Tuesdays in TE3-203 OR 7:00p - 9:50p on Tuesdays in TE3-203 (also available via WEBINAR) Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 101 C, CIS 111 C, and enrollment in the Health Information Technology program. Class and directed practice activities focus on the analysis of the content of the health record in alternative health settings. 12735 001 2:00-4:50P R Gomez, Rebecca TE3-203 Plus 4 hours of directed practice per week as arranged. Please email [email protected] to coordinate assignment for directed practice BEFORE you enroll in class. HI 110 C Medical Insurance Billing 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HS 145 C or equivalent. This course focuses on the principles and mechanics of medical office billing and will cover the entire billing process from the initial verification of insurance benefits, to the submission of the claim form, to the collections process. 13246 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Campbell, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email so that you can participate in the conference call on Thursday, August 20 at 9 p.m. Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 85 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HI 220 C Advanced ICD-9-CM Coding - Lecture 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 204 C and HS 147 C Pharmacology and advanced concepts of ICD-9-CM and its applications in the prospective payment system are discussed. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13253 HY1 5:00-6:50P W 9/2-12/16 Majid, Rosalie TE3-216 LAB 7:00-9:50P W 9/2-12/16 Wilhelm, Carol Ann TE3-216 HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week class requires on campus meetings for lecture and lab shown on the above lines. Online class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting on 9/2/09. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important communication via email. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/ad/Adjunct.aspx?ID=rmajid and http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. HEALTH SCIENCE For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 HS 030 C Calculations for Medications 1 Unit HI 225 C Information Technology 3 Units Advisory: Students should consider this course if they are eligible for admission to the nursing program or psychiatric technician program and/ or have had challenges on the math section of the entrance exam, or are in need of updating of math/medication computation skills. MATH 010 C. This course is designed to review math skills and utilize measurement systems and calculation methods for the the preparation of patient medications for administration by health care providers. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14430 001 3:00-3:50P M Staff 1 Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 111 C This course is an introduction to health informatics and information management technology. Students will create personal health records and learn to use electronic health record software. 13254 800 9:00-12:50P S 9/5-12/12 Majid, Rosalie TE3-203 HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week class requires on campus meetings for the lecture shown on the above line. Online class schedule will be distributed on the first day of class (9/5). You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important communication via email. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ad/Adjunct. aspx?ID=rmajid and www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ distanceeducation. Last day to add: 09/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. TE3-302 HS 060 C Selected Topics for NURS 192 C ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program Course is designed to correlate with NURS 192 C which provides introductory knowledge of the fundamentals of nursing. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12374 200 10:00-10:50A T 8/18-10/13 Ashburn, Shirley TE3-310 Last day to add: 08/25; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/25; Last day to drop w/ W”: 09/29; Last day to drop for refund: 09/18. HS 066 C Selected Topics for NURS 297 C 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units HI 245 C Coding Skills Lab 1 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU This course focuses on the development of ICD-9-CM and CPT coding competency. Copies of actual medical records will be coded using either books or the automated encoder. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit 13717 800 8/17-12/17 Majid, Rosalie TE3-216 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to the Coding Skills Lab on either Wednesday, 8/26 at 9:00 am in TE3-216; or Saturday, August 29 at 9:00 am in TE3-216. Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program This course is designed to correlate with NURS 297 C Med-Surg Nursing III and provide increased knowledge in advanced medical-surgical nursing. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12057 300 11:00-11:50A M 10/19-12/14 Markus, Denise TE3-216 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/19. HS 068 C Selected Topics - Gerontology 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units HI 299 C HI Tech Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Enrollment in NURS 193 C or NURS 294 C This course will focus on the special nursing and health care needs of the older adult and the development of nursing skills necessary to meet those needs. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13400 301 12:00-12:50P T 10/20-12/15 Ashburn, Shirley TE3-310 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/01; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract For students enrolled in the Health Information Technology program who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in performance on applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11437 401 8/17-12/17 Majid, Rosalie To add above section, please contact Rosalie Majid at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu and attend a mandatory orientation on Friday, August 22 @ 9:00 am in TE3-216. REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu = Honors = Hybrid 86 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM HS 099 C Health Science Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units HS 165 C Ethical Choices in Health Care 1 Unit Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students interested in health science programs who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12845 400 9/14-11/13 Staff To add the above independent study section, please see Glenn Bower, Director of Mortuary Science. Last day to add: 09/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop for refund: 09/17. 12187 401 8/17-12/17 Staff To add the above independent study section, please see Jaime Ramos, Director of PsychTech. 12192 402 10/26-12/17 Staff To add the above independent study section, please see Jaime Ramos, Director of PsychTech. Last day to add: 11/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/04; Last day to drop for refund: 10/29. Transfer: CSU This course will focus on making ethical choices in health care. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13936 300 6:00-7:50P T 10/20-12/15 Corrales, Nancy TE3-311 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/01; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. HS 168 C Patient Care Skills - Open Lab 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current first year Health Science program student or approved re-entry students needing remedial assistance or current professional license related to a health science program. This open entry, open exit pass/no pass course is designed for self-paced individualized instruction and/or practice in basic health science client care skills. May be taken for credit 4 times. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 11844 001 8/17-12/17 Harvey, Carol TE3-314-B Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. HS 145 C Survey of Medical Terminology 3 Units Transfer: CSU The emphasis for this course will be on building a professional vocabulary needed for working with health care providers or with the court system. 12165 103 9:00-12:00P T 9/1-12/15 Gomez, Rebecca TE3-315 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 11439 003 13258 101 1:00-3:50P W 6:00-8:50P M Dodson, Laurie Greico, Laura TE3-317 TE3-317 HS 268 C Patient Care Skills - Open Lab 1 ⁄2 to 3 Units 13256 LS1 6:00-9:10P W 9/2-12/16 Dodson, Laurie TE3-317 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13255 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gomez, Rebecca ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email so that you can participate in the webinar orientation on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 at 6:30 pm. 13939 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gomez, Rebecca ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email so that you can participate in the webinar orientation on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 at 6:30 pm. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current second year Health Science Program student or approved re-entry students needing remedial assistance or current professional license related to a health science program. May be taken for credit 4 times. This open-entry, open-exit, pass/no pass course is designed for selfpaced individualized instruction and/or practice in advanced health science client care skills. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 11845 001 8/17-12/17 Harvey, Carol TE3-314-B Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. HS 277 C Cultural Awareness and the Health Care System 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: CSU This course focuses on an understanding of the cultural gap between the U.S. medical system and the multiethnic community it serves. 13263 100 5:00-8:10P W 9/2-12/16 Gomez, Rebecca TE3-315 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. HS 147 C Survey of Disease 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HS 145 C This course is a survey of general principles of disease, organs and systems as related to specific diseases. 13377 002 11443 102 9:00-11:50A R 6:00-8:50P W Corrales, Nancy Brown, Dana TE3-317 TE3-218 13261 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Majid, Rosalie ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email so that you can participate in the webinar orientation on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 at 6:00 pm. WYM? What’s Your Major? If you don’t know . . . don’t delay! Visit the CAREER PLANNING CENTER Today! Located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 87 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HEALTH SCIENCE CONTINUING EDUCATION HSCE 260 C Fluoroscopy Permit Course (Same as RADT 260 C) 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current California Radiologic Technology Certification License This course will provide the kowledge of skills, attitudes, and competencies to operate fluoroscopic equipment efficiently and safely. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13663 200 5:00-8:30P M 8/17-10/17 Parelli, Robert TE3-309 LAB 8:00-12:20P S 8/17-10/17 Parelli, Robert HOSP Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. HIST 112 C World Civilizations I 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of the roots and development of civilizations in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe from the earliest times to 1550 CE. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 112HC. 13144 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Flores, Michael Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 11685 001 9:30-10:50A MW Flores, Michael The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. 11686 100 7:00-9:50P W Newman, Janice MOD-2 MOD-2 MOD-2 HIST 112HC Honors World Civilizations I 3 Units HSCE 262 C Cross-Sectional Imaging (Same as RADT 262 C) 1 Unit Transfer: CSU This course correlates knowledge and practice of diagnostic imaging with cross-sectional anatomy of the skull, thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12398 200 6:00-7:50P T 8/18-10/13 Griswold, Jack TE3-315 Last day to add: 08/25; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/25; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/29; Last day to drop for refund: 09/18. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an enhanced survey of the roots and development of civilizations in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe from the earliest times to 1550 CE. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 112 C. 14152 001 12:30-1:50P TR Newman, Janice MOD-2 HIST 113 C World Civilizations II 3 Units HISTORY HIST 110 C Western Civilizations I (formerly HIST 110AC) 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a comprehensive study of the contributions of Western civilizations from prehistoric times to the beginning of the modern era. 11913 001 11914 002 11915 100 8:00-9:20A TR 9:30-10:50A MW 6:30-9:20P T Halahmy, David Halahmy, David Halahmy, David CCCE-1-2 CCCE-1-2 CCCE-1-2 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of the roots and development of civilizations in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe from 1550 CE to the present. Duplicate credit will not be given for HIST 113HC. 11811 001 9:30-10:50A TR Flores, Michael MOD-2 HIST 160 C Asian Civilizations I 3 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a comparative history of the civilizations of Asia from their birth to the 19th century. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13592 LS1 4:00-6:55P R 9/3-12/17 Nguyen, Son Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. G2-205 HIST 111 C Western Civilizations II (formerly HIST 110BC) 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course covers the development of Western civilization from the beginning of the modern era to the present day. 11916 001 11:00-12:20P MW Halahmy, David History 110 C is not required for History 111 C. 11917 002 11:00-12:20P TR Halahmy, David History 110 C is not required for History 111 C. CCCE-1-2 CCCE-1-2 NEW HISTORY COURSE!!!!!!!! Want to take two exciting courses? ******History 110 C and/or History 111 C ****** A Journey of Adventure through time! Both courses fulfill your IGETC and CSU transfer requirements in the Social Science or Humanities areas. TAUGHT BY DAVID HALAHMY = Honors = Hybrid = Online HISTORY OF ASIA, 160 C Explore the dramatic and fascinating History of Asian Civilizations! Class may be taken for grade or credit/no credit. This course fulfills IGETC and CSU Transfer Requirements! Thursday 4:00 p.m. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 88 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HIST 170 C History of the United States 3 Units HIST 270 C Women in United States History 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of American history from the colonial foundations to 1877. This course satisfies state requirements in American history and institutions for transfer. 13145 003 8:00-9:20A MW Nestegard, Elizabeth 11912 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Swendson, Paul Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 11812 001 9:30-10:50A TR Nestegard, Elizabeth G2-205 G2-205 Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of the economic, social, intellectual, and political history of women in America from colonial times to the present. 12587 300 2:00-4:50P TR 10/20-12/17 Yerby, Lynn Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. G2-206 G2-205 MOD-2 HIST 275 C History of California 3 Units 11813 002 11:00-12:20P MW Flores, Michael The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Schedule for more information. CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course surveys the economic, social, ethnic, intellectual, and political history of California from the earliest times to the present. 11699 001 11:00-12:20P TR Flores, Michael MOD-2 G2-205 13146 300 12:30-3:25P MW 10/19-12/16 Yerby, Lynn Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 11700 100 7:00-9:50P M Seiling, Bryan 11816 004 12:30-1:50P MW Seiling, Bryan CCCE-1-2 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 11817 LS2 12:30-1:55P TR 9/1-12/17 Seiling, Bryan CCCE-1-2 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 12170 008 2:00-3:20P MW Seiling, Bryan CCCE-1-2 11818 300 2:00-4:50P MW 10/19-12/16 Latson, Jack MOD-2 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 11819 100 7:00-9:50P W Reeve, Thomas G2-205 CCCE-1-2 HIST 299 C History Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 12588 400 8/17-12/17 Halahmy, David CCCE-1-2 To add the above section, see the Social Science Division Office Manager. HIST 171 C History of the United States 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of American history from 1877 to the present time. This course satisfies state requirements in American history and institutions for transfer. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 171HC. 11820 002 11692 003 9:30-10:50A MW 9:30-10:50A TR Seiling, Bryan Lewis, Carol CCCE-1-1 HUM-136 HOMELAND SECURITY Homeland Security Classes can be found in the Airline and Travel Careers area. 11694 004 11:00-12:20P MW Lewis, Carol HUM-136 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 11695 005 11:00-12:20P TR Lewis, Carol HUM-136 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 11693 006 12:30-1:50P MW Lewis, Carol HUM-136 MOD-2 11696 300 3:30-6:40P TR 10/20-12/17 Latson, Jack Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 11697 101 11698 102 4:00-6:50P M 7:00-9:50P R Lewis, Carol Yerby, Lynn HUM-136 G2-205 REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 89 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HOTEL, RESTAURANT, CULINARY ARTS Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts classes are held at the Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim, 714-808-4640. See map on back inside cover of this schedule. HRC 120 C Sanitation and Safety 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course will acquaint students with sanitation and safety principles and prepare students for the national food handler’s certification examination. 12013 AN 14306 OL1 6:00-8:50P R Martin, James AN-176 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Jones, Jeanette AN-177 (8/18) Jones, Jeanette AN-177 6:00-8:50P T 6:00-8:50P T (12/15) Jones, Jeanette AN-177 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number and enter your email address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. HRC 125 C Restaurant/Banquet Operations 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in HRC 101 C or HRC 120 C This course acquaints students with restaurant and banquet operations through theoretical studies and hands on practice. Emphasis will be placed on the necessary customer service and leadership skills to effectively manage restaurant and banquet operations. • $50.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION HRC 100 C Nutrition 3 Units 12014 AN 8:30-10:29A R LAB 10:30-2:20P R Clark, Lisa Clark, Lisa AN-176 AN-173 Transfer: UC/CSU A practical application of nutritional information due to the individual diet and the recognition of nutrition misinformation. This course is a study of the interactions between food and a living organism. 12010 001 12734 OL1 3:00-5:50P R Heller, Rosanne AN-177 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Heller, Rosanne (8/20) Heller, Rosanne AN-173 6:00-8:50P R 6:00-8:50P R (12/10) Heller, Rosanne AN-173 ONLINE CLASS: This 18-week online class holds on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in WebStar IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. HRC 135 C Basic Cooking Techniques 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C This course focuses on the basic principles, skills, and techniques associated with culinary arts, involving various cooking methods including classic and modern techniques. • $75.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12015 AN1 8:00-9:59A M LAB 10:00-1:50P M 12016 AN2 8:00-9:59A W LAB 10:00-1:50P W Peters, Jeremy Peters, Jeremy Bird, Michael Bird, Michael AN-177 AN-175 AN-177 AN-175 HRC 101 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers 3 Units HRC 136 C Baking and Pastry 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides an overview of operations and career opportunities in the global hospitality and culinary arts industry. Students will prepare a personalized career project. 12012 AN1 10:00-12:50P M 12011 AN2 6:00-8:50P M Clark, Lisa Clark, Lisa AN-176 AN-176 Transfer: CSU This course focuses on using various mixing, holding and baking methods as well as international techniques to create an assortment of yeast dough, breads, cookies, pies, tarts and cakes. • $75.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12583 AN1 3:00-4:59P R LAB 5:00-8:50P R 12975 AN2 3:00-4:59P W LAB 5:00-8:50P W Peters, Jeremy Peters, Jeremy Peters, Jeremy Peters, Jeremy AN-177 AN-175 AN-177 AN-175 myGateway Registration! All class registrations, adds, drops and withdrawals must be done online using myGateway. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. = Honors = Hybrid = Online All class Registrations must be done online using myGateway! = Teacher Prep = UTAP 90 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HRC 144 C Quantity Cooking Techniques 3 Units HRC 232 C Catering & Event Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C and HRC 135 C The production kitchen is the back bone of every major commercial food operation. Students will be introduced to the principles of quantity food production. • $75.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12017 AN 8:00-9:59A T LAB 10:00-1:50P T Bird, Michael Bird, Michael AN-177 AN-175 Transfer: CSU Marketing and management of catering on and off premises, including special functions. Planning, financing, organizing, marketing and operating a catering service will be emphasized. 12977 AN 6:00-8:50P T Haronis, Harry AN-176 HRC 233 C International Gourmet Foods 3 Units HRC 152 C Menu/Kitchen Layout & Design 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides students with experience in designing restaurant menus. Students will also analyze and develop solutions to the layout and design of hotel and restaurant kitchen facilities. 12018 AN 3:00-5:50P R Martin, James AN-176 Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C and HRC 135 C This course focuses on a global perspective of various regional cuisines. Students will have the opportunity to produce ethnic foods while researching the influence of culture on the development of international cuisines. • $75.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12020 AN 8:00-9:59A R LAB 10:00-1:50P R Bird, Michael Bird, Michael AN-177 AN-175 HRC 164 C Hospitality Law 3 Units HRC 236 C Advanced Baking and Pastry 3 Units Advisory: HRC 136 C This course focuses on advanced pastries and baked products, restaurant style desserts, candies, and cake decorating. Emphasis will be placed on commercial production of high quality products and professional presentation. • $95.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13644 000 3:00-4:59P M LAB 5:00-8:50P M Klemek, Rachel Klemek, Rachel AN-177 AN-175 Transfer: CSU This course is a comprehensive study of the legal aspects of the hospitality industry with an emphasis on compliance and prevention of liabilities. 12019 AN 10:00-12:50P T Clark, Lisa AN-176 HRC 230 C Hotel Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 101 C This course provides an overview of hotel management including rooms division, food and beverage, engineering, security, marketing, sales, accounting, information management and human resources. 12369 AN 3:00-5:50P M Jones, Jeanette AN-176 HRC 243 C The Art of Garde Manger 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C and HRC 135 C. This course will focus on the discussion , application and production methods utilized in todays modern Garde Manger kitchen. • $95.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12584 AN 3:00-4:59P T LAB 5:00-8:50P T Peters, Jeremy Peters, Jeremy AN-177 AN-175 Searching for your college major? Investigating career options? Gathering clues for your success? The CAREER PLANNING CENTER will help you find the answers to these questions! Our services assist students with . . . ◆ learning about themselves ◆ discovering their interests, values, skills and temperament ◆ exploring occupations, majors and schools ◆ researching career descriptions and labor market trends ◆ making career and college decisions ◆ developing their résumé and interview skills ◆ managing their career portfolios The CAREER PLANNING CENTER is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday HRC 295 C Hospitality Internship 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of first year hotel, food service or culinary arts program recommended This course requires a minimum of 255 hours work experience with an approved employer in the hotel, restaurant or culinary arts field. Students will compile a comprehensive career portfolio. 12021 AN 2:00-2:50P T Clark, Lisa AN-176 Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 91 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HUMAN SERVICES Fall 2009 Human Services Classes (SANTA ANA) Offered at Orange County Social Services Training & Career Development, Bldg. A 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 435-7200 These classes, though open to all, are specially designed for employees of the County of Orange and meet in Santa Ana. You may register Online at: www.CypressCollege.edu. For more information, please contact the Social Science Division Office at (714) 484-7185. Note: You must park in the front of the building to avoid being locked in the parking gates. The entrance to all classes is through the front entrance area. HUSR 200 C CRN # 12413 HUSR 210 CRN # 12424 HUSR 211 CRN # 12425 HUSR 225 C CRN# 12164 HUSR 240 C CRN # 12414 HUSR 242 C CRN # 13207 Introduction to Human Services M Brenda Wilson 3 Units 5:45P - 8:35P Santa Ana Site Introduction to Fieldwork M Lynn Delvaux 3 Units 5:45P - 6:35P Santa Ana Site Advanced Fieldwork M Lynn Delvaux 3 Units 5:45P - 6:35P Santa Ana Site Families and Substance Abuse R Brenda Wilson 3 Units 5:45P - 8:35P Santa Ana Site Drugs and Alcohol in Our Society T John Kearney 3 Units 5:45P - 8:35P Santa Ana Site Drugs and Physiology Lucinda Alibrandi 3 Units Full semester class meets entirely online. Entirely ONLINE Before registering update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway. For more information, go to: www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation Developmental Psychology W Claudia Garcia 3 Units 5:45P - 8:35P Santa Ana Site HUSR 210 C Introductory Fieldwork 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course offers observation and participation in the operations of human service agencies. The student will document 125 hours of supervised field study per semester and will attend one hour lecture per week. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12422 002 12419 001 1:00-1:50P W 3:00-3:50P T Zager, Gary Zager, Gary FA-125 FA-125 12424 600 5:45-6:35P M Delvaux, Lynn SNTANA This class meets at Orange County Social Services, 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. HUSR 211 C Advanced Fieldwork 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: HUSR 210 C This course is the second of a two-semester sequence of volunteer or paid fieldwork experience. Students should be prepared to spend an additional 125 hours per semester of supervised work in the field. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12423 002 12421 001 1:00-1:50P W 3:00-3:50P T Zager, Gary Zager, Gary FA-125 FA-125 12425 600 5:45-6:35P M Delvaux, Lynn SNTANA This class meets at Orange County Social Services, 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. HUSR 221 C Crisis Intervention and Referral 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course introduces techniques for beginning crisis counseling and referral. 10537 001 11:00-12:20P MW 14275 100 7:00-9:50P W Zager, Gary Harris, Jeffrey FA-125 FA-126 PSY 139 C CRN # 12718 HUSR 222 C Group Leadership and Group Process 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course examines membership and leadership in a variety of groups found in Human Service organizations. 10539 200 4:00-6:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Wilson, Richard Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. FA-126 Cypress College is a fully accredited Provider of Alcohol and Drug Studies certified by the California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators and the California Statewide Accreditation Committee. HUSR 200 C Introduction to Human Services 3 Units HUSR 223 C Helping Skills-Human Services 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course involves identifying and applying specific helping skills in interpersonal relations. 14305 001 9:30-10:50A MW Kearney, John MOD-3 Transfer: CSU This course covers the history and philosophy of the human services; function and orientation of human services institutions, careers, and agencies. 10326 001 9:30-10:50A MW Zager, Gary FA-125 FA-125 10331 300 4:00-6:50P MW 10/19-12/16 Kistner, Wayne Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. HUSR 224 C Self-Esteem Strategies 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed for those considering a career in management and staff development in Human Services Agencies, with special application to client after-care programs. 13353 001 11:00-12:20P TR 10545 100 7:00-9:50P R McKinney, James Adams, Virgil FA-125 FA-126 12413 600 5:45-8:35P M Wilson, Brenda SNTANA This class meets at Orange County Social Services, 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. 13208 101 7:00-9:50P T McKinney, James FA-125 Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 92 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HUSR 225 C Families and Substance Abuse 3 Units HUSR 271 C Society and Victimization 3 Units Transfer: CSU This courses presents the dynamics of the family system as they are affected by addiction. 12712 101 9:30-10:50A TR McKinney, James CCCE10-13 12164 600 5:45-8:35P R Wilson, Brenda SNTANA This class meets at Orange County Social Services, 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. Transfer: CSU This course will provide an understanding of the social problems of victimization with in-depth focus on both perpetrator and victim. 13327 001 9:30-10:50A TR Adams, Virgil FA-126 HUSR 275 C Ethical Issues in Human Services 3 Units HUSR 226 C Behavior Modification Technqes 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course includes both theory and practice in behavior modification principles. 12415 600 7:00-9:50P R Tapia, James FA-125 Transfer: CSU This course presents the rules and standards governing the professional conduct of those working in Human Services agencies. 13328 001 7:00-9:50P W Kistner, Wayne FA-125 HUSR 240 C Drugs and Alcohol in Our Society 3 Units HUSR 290 C Human Services in Criminal Justice 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is an introductory course for individuals in any area of human services who desire to increase their knowledge regarding problems resulting from drug and/or alcohol abuse and addiction. 13210 300 1:00-3:50P TR 10/20-12/17 Adams, Virgil Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. FA-126 Transfer: CSU This experimental course will survey the historic and philosophical aspects of criminal behavior and the functions and objectives of parole and probation. 13630 200 1:00-3:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Adams, Virgil Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. FA-126 12414 600 5:45-8:35P T Kearney, John SNTANA This class meets at Orange County Social Services, 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. HUSR 292 C Introduction to Criminology (same as SOC 292 C) 3 Units HUSR 241 C Intervention Strategies 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A scientific analysis of the nature, extent and causes of violations of societal rules that are formally defined as crime and delinquency. Duplicate credit not granted for SOC 292 C. 11327 001 11:00-12:20P TR Adams, Virgil FA-126 12440 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Esguerra, Tamatha ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU This course will serve as an assessment and treatment approach to individuals having problems with alcohol and other drugs. 11293 001 12:30-3:20P M Alibrandi, Lucinda FA-125 HUSR 242 C Drugs and Physiology 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course explores the effects of alcohol and other drugs on the body. 11296 100 7:00-9:50P M Tapia, James FA-125 13207 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Alibrandi, Lucinda ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu~online. HUSR 295 C Cross-Cultural Criminology 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: CSU This course will explore cross-cultural customs and traditions from a criminal justice perspective. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12716 001 11:00-12:20P MW Adams, Virgil FA-126 HUSR 255 C Psychology of Aging (Same as PSY 255 C) 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This multi-disciplinary course examines aging as an ongoing biological, psychosocial process. Ageism, myths of aging, physical health, mental health, caregiving, and positive aging strategies are explored. Duplicate credit not granted for PSY 255 C. 11299 100 7:00-9:50P T Dedic, James CCCE-1-1 Psychology of Aging HUSR/PSY 255 C Tuesday (7-9:50PM) — Fall Only Expanding Horizons UC/CSU, AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC Cypress College is a fully accredited Provider of Alcohol and Drug Studies certified by the California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators and the California Statewide Accreditation Committee. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 93 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES INDS 100 C Humanities:Ancient & Medieval 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course surveys the development of Western culture- prehistory, the ancient world, and the Middle Ages - with an emphasis on the arts. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 110 C. Cost for museum visits not to exceed $15.00. 12599 001 11:00-12:20P TR Nabahani, Melanie BUS-309 JAPN 102 C Elementary Japanese II 5 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: JAPN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school Japanese with an average grade of “C” or better is recommended The course continues to emphasize the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12727 001 14061 100 2:00-4:20P MW 6:30-8:50P MW Takahashi, Kazuyo Ama, Michihiro BUS-117 CCCPLX-404 JAPN 200 C Conversational Japanese 2 Units INDS 120HC Honors Theme Seminar 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: JAPN 102 C This course will focus on practical conversation with emphasis on the idiomatic usage of the language. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12241 100 6:30-8:20P M Takahashi, Kazuyo CCCE-4-8 Transfer: CSU The Honors Theme Seminar is a course where honors program students will discuss, research, analyze and write about the yearly theme. 11691 HN1 2:00-2:50P T Sonne, Kathryn BUS-101 JAPN 201 C Study of Kanji 3 Units JAPANESE JAPN 100 C Spoken Japanese for Beginners 3 Units Transfer: CSU An introductory course emphasizing oral practice, pronunciation and vocabulary development. Designed to develop speaking and understanding of Japanese for everyday conversational situations. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12237 001 11729 100 2:00-4:50P R 6:00-8:50P W Noriega, Kumiko Sugamoto, Nobuko BUS-110 CCCE12-11 Prereq: JAPN 102 C The course is designed to improve reading, writing, and listening to Kanji. Students will learn the radicals and components that allow the Kanji to be arranged into related groups. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14088 001 3:30-6:20P R Takahashi, Kazuyo BUS-309 JAPN 203 C Intermediate Japanese III 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: JAPN 102 C with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high school Japanese with an average grade of “C” or better is recommended This course emphasizes the acquisition of advanced skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11958 100 6:30-8:20P TR Higuchi, Natsuyo CCCE12-11 JAPN 101 C Elementary Japanese I 5 Units Transfer: UC/CSU The course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10502 001 12:30-2:50P MW 12726 002 2:00-4:20P TR 13043 100 6:30-8:50P TR Okubo, Emi Higuchi, Natsuyo Noriega, Kumiko BUS-309 BUS-119 CCCE-4-9 JAPN 204 C Intermediate Japanese IV 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: JAPN 203 C with a grade of “C” or better or three years of high school Japanese with an average grade of “C” or better is recommended This course emphasizes the acquisition of advanced skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11959 100 6:30-8:20P MW Takahashi, Kazuyo CCCE-4-8 JAPN 293 C Anime III: Manga Culture in US 3 Units Prereq: JAPN 102 C with a minimum grade of “C”. This course involves reading Manga in the original Japanese, placing it in its cultural context, and recognizing it as a type of literature. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14379 100 6:30-9:20P W Okubo, Emi BUS-110 Purchasing an AS Benefits Card . . . Gets YOU great benefits and discounts for food, entertainment, and other services! $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ = Honors = Hybrid = Online Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 94 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM JAPN 294 C Anime IV: Literature & Culture 3 Units JOUR 225 C Newspaper Production 3 Units Prereq: JAPN 102 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course is a study of Japanese literature and culture through anime films. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13540 100 6:30-9:20P T Takahashi, Kazuyo BUS-108 This course is a study of Japanese arts and martial arts based on Miyamoto Musashi. Students will learn about the Japanese way of life in Bushi (samurai) time and about Japanese culture. Students are strongly recommended to enroll in ENGL 100 C, (CRN# 10797). Please e-mail [email protected] for more details. Transfer: CSU Reporting and writing for and editing the campus newspaper, The Cypress Chronicle, using desktop publishing. 11020 100 5:30-6:50P TR Mercer, Robert FA-121 JOUR 226 C On-Line Production 3 Units JAPN 299 C Japanese Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: 20 wpm keyboarding is helpful Reporting, editing and publishing the on-line CyChron.com using digitized text, photos, graphics, video and audio. 13150 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Mercer, Robert ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of Japanese through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12601 400 8/17-12/17 Young, Eldon CCCE11-9 To add the above section, see the Language Arts Division Office Manager. JOUR 228 C Visualjournalism 3 Units JOURNALISM/ COMMUNICATIONS JOUR 101 C Reporting and Writing 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Advisory: Ability to Keyboard 20 words per minute An introduction to reporting and writing for newspaper, radio, television and World Wide Web. Includes Associated Press and broadcast style, story organization, and scripting. 11015 001 12:30-1:50P TR Mercer, Robert FA-112 Transfer: CSU Advisory: 20 wpm keyboarding is helpful Creating visual stories using digital photography or videography to be published/broadcast in the campus media, including the campus newspaper, The Chronicle, and its Web site: CyChron.com. 11024 100 5:30-6:50P TR Mercer, Robert FA-121 JOUR 229 C Broadcast Production 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: 20 wpm keyboarding is helpful Reporting for, writing, editing and hosting The Chronicle broadcast productions for distribution on the Internet as well as through conventional channels. 13151 100 5:30-6:50P TR Mercer, Robert 1 FA-121 JOUR 110 C Mass Media Survey 3 Units JOUR 299 C Communications/Journalism Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Newspapers, magazines, films, radio, television and internet histories and their social, economic significance in modern society. 13788 001 12:30-1:50P MW 11016 100 6:00-8:50P W Mercer, Robert Mercer, Robert FA-213 FA-309 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract For students who wish to increase their knowledge through individual study, research, or internships as described in an independent study contract with the instructor. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11025 400 8/17-12/17 Mercer, Robert To add above section, see instructor or email at [email protected] CypressCollege.ed for details. FA-121 JOUR 140 C Public Relations and Publicity 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: Ability to type 20 words per minute and understand basic computer operation Students will study and practice techniques and responsibilities of corporate, governmental, and civic public relations campaign development. 14101 LS1 2:00-4:50P R 8/27-12/17 Mercer, Robert Last day to add: 09/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. FA-112 LAW ENFORCEMENT — SEE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 95 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM LIBRARY SCIENCE LIB 100 C Introduction to Research 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Introduction to traditional and electronic methods of research including the Internet. Students learn to locate, evaluate and correctly cite the information selected for use. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14333 HY1 9:00-9:50A TR 10/13-12/10 Pashaie, William LLRC-245 HYBRID CLASS: This 9-week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/20; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/20; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 10/15. 14330 HY2 11:00-11:50A TR 9/1-10/29 Pashaie, William LLRC-245 HYBRID CLASS: This 9-week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. On-campus meeting are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/ DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/15; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. MGT 101 C Personal Finance 3 Units Transfer: CSU Students will learn how to earn, save, and spend wisely through productive financial planning, budgeting, and investing. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10816 100 7:00-9:50P M Gorno, Richard BUS-304 MGT 111 C Business Communications 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MGT 055 C Instruction in the techniques of specific communication media and in the general principles of effective communication. The importance of communication is stressed. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14311 001 9:30-10:50A MW Ozbirn, Katherine BUS-308 MGT 143 C Introduction to Legal Research 1 Unit Transfer: CSU This course provides an introduction to the nature and use of legal reference material with consideration given to a uniform system of citation. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14313 100 6:00-6:50P R Smith, John BUS-306 MGT 151 C Business Mathematics 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to the fundamental operation of arithmetic as applied to business problems. 10817 001 11:00-12:20P MW 11126 100 7:00-9:50P R Ransom, Alan Cho, Arthur BUS-317 BUS-316 MANAGEMENT MGT 055 C Business English 3 Units This course includes instruction in techniques of basic grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, spelling and capitalization. The emphasis is placed on grammar as used in business communications. 14310 001 11815 100 8:00-9:20A MW 7:00-9:50P T Ozbirn, Katherine Dostourian, Jeanette BUS-308 BUS-318 MGT 161 C Introduction to Business 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides a student centered perspective covering a survey of principles and practices of international and American businesses. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11127 001 11129 100 11128 101 9:30-12:20P T 5:30-6:50P MW 6:30-9:20P T Kishel, Patricia Gorno, Richard Gorno, Richard 1 BUS-319 BUS-304 BUS-304 MGT 085 C Business Planning 1 Unit This course is designed for both prospective and current entrepreneurs. It focuses on the steps involved in starting a business, including choosing the type of business and location, financial and legal considerations, and marketing and management strategies. 11871 800 8:00-5:20P S 9/12-9/19 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/12. MGT 199 C Management Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students who wish to gain experience in management activities or to increase knowledge and experience in applied areas of leadership. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12401 400 9/21-12/17 Bottiaux, Paul TO ADD ABOVE SECTION, SEE INSTRUCTOR. Last day to add: 10/06; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/06; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/24; Last day to drop for refund: 09/28. STACT MGT 086 C Business Finance-Recordkeeping 1 ⁄2 Unit This course addresses financial start-up considerations, sources and uses of capital, bookkeeping and financial statements, and tax reporting requirements. 11872 800 1:00-5:15P S 9/26-10/3 Hoffman, Simon BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 09/26. DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 96 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MGT 211 C Writing for Business 3 Units MGT 262 C Principles of Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is an introduction to communication skills and knowledge needed in organizations. This course includes communication fundamentals: ethical, legal, and multicultural issues. 11132 001 11134 100 9:30-10:50A TR 7:00-9:50P T Pinckard, Kathleen Gardner, Jay BUS-316 BUS-308 Transfer: CSU This course focuses on the interrelationships of management decisions and the steps involved in the management process. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11826 LS1 7:00-10:10P W 9/2-12/16 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. MGT 240 C Legal Environment of Business 3 Units MGT 268 C Human Resources Management 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An introduction to the legal environment in which a business firm operates. Topics include American legal systems, contracts, torts, etc. Required for Business Administration majors at CSU Fullerton and San Diego State University. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11136 001 13185 100 12632 OL1 8:00-9:20A TR 7:00-9:50P R Pinckard, Kathleen Smith, John BUS-316 BUS-306 Transfer: CSU This course provides theories and practices relating to personnel administration, labor-management relations, training, personnel problems, affirmative action, and equal employment. 14312 100 7:00-9:50P R Dupuy, John BUS-308 MGT 295 C Management Internship 1 to 4 Units ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Donley, Steven 5:00-6:50P R (8/20) Donley, Steven BUS-318 5:00-6:50P R (12/17) Donley, Steven BUS-318 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU CSU This course is designed for vocational majors to earn credit for occupational work experience. For each unit of credit, a minimum of 75 paid or 60 unpaid worksite internship hours is required. May be taken for credit 4 times, Credit/No Credit/Letter Grade Option. Open entry/ open exit. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13186 100 6:00-6:50P R 8/17-12/17 Withrow, Gwenn BUS-308 Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. MGT 241 C Legal Aspects-Business Transactions 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An introduction to business law principles and cases, including a review of the classes and sources of law. Required for Business Administration majors at CSU Long Beach, CSU Dominguez Hills, and Cal Poly Pomona. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11165 001 11173 100 8:00-9:20A MW 7:00-9:50P T Mills, Louise Varisco, Michael BUS-317 BUS-306 MARINE SERVICE MRN 062 C Marine Drive Systems for Recreational Boats 4 Units This course will cover the operating principles, theory and design features of marine drive systems for recreational boats. The course will cover the repair, service, maintenance, overhaul and diagnosis for stern drives, jet drives and inboard transmission systems such as OMC, Mercruiser, Volva Penta, Panther Jet, Berkeley Jet, Jacuzzi Jet, and Borg Warner. 14419 100 6:00-9:50P MW Sanchez, William TE3-118 MGT 242 C American Judicial System 4 Units Transfer: CSU This course provides an introduction to the basic principles of procedural law and the nature of the American judicial system with consideration given to an analysis of the decision making that takes place within the civil, criminal, and administrative agency processes. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14314 100 6:00-9:50P W Smith, John BUS-308 MARKETING MKT 086 C Sales Prospecting 1 ⁄2 Unit MGT 261 C Small Business Management 3 Units This course explains how to generate sales leads, locate potential customers and determine which goods and services are right for them. 12008 800 8:00-12:15P S 11/14-11/21 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Last day to add: 11/14; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 11/14. Transfer: CSU This course applies principles of management to small business enterprises. Areas of study include planning, financial problems, organization, personnel relations, and marketing decisions. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11841 100 4:00-6:50P W Kishel, Gregory BUS-316 MKT 087 C Sales Presentations 1 ⁄2 Unit This course shows how to make sales presentations come alive and be more effective through the use of verbal, visual, and demonstration techniques. All class Registrations must be done online using myGateway! M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 12009 800 1:00-5:15P S 11/14-11/21 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Last day to add: 11/14; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 11/14. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 97 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MKT 090 C Marketing Essentials 1 Unit MKT 208 C Principles of Selling 3 Units This course covers the business activities necessary to plan, promote, price and distribute a product or service to potential customers. It provides an understanding of the functions of producers, wholesalers, retailers, and others. 11873 800 8:00-5:20P S 10/10-10/17 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Above class includes a 1⁄2 hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 10/10; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/10; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 10/10. Transfer: CSU This course includes instruction in the principles and practices of personal persuasion and selling and development of the techniques that lead to a successful sales personality. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13724 LS1 7:00-10:20P R 9/3-12/17 Gorno, Richard BUS-304 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/12; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. MKT 093 C Target Marketing 1 ⁄2 Unit This course provides instruction in the fundamentals of marketing research to identify target markets and determine customers’ wants and needs. 11874 800 8:00-12:15P S 10/24-10/31 Kishel, Gregory BUS-306 Last day to add: 10/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. MKT 222 C Principles of Marketing 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is a study of business activities required to plan, price, promote, and distribute goods or services to potential customers. 11243 100 7:00-9:50P M Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 MKT 094 C Buyer Behavior 1 ⁄2 Unit This course explores the psychology of how and why consumers buy, utilizing demographic and lifestyle factors to gain a better understanding of consumer purchase decisions. 11875 800 1:00-5:15P S 10/24-10/31 Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Last day to add: 10/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION The MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION for the Learning Skills area Computational Skills: MATH 020 C Elementary Algebra will be administered by the Math Department. A student may attempt to pass the proficiency exam only one time. Successful completion of the Mathematics Proficiency Examination waives three units of the Learning Skills (Mathematics) course requirement. No unit credit is given, nor is the total number of units required to complete the AA degree lowered. There is a $25.00 fee for taking the examination, and the receipt which is to be obtained in the Bursar’s Office must be presented at the time of application in the SEM Division Office. THE MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION WILL BE GIVEN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2009 AT 9:00am. MKT 095 C Market Distribution Systems 1 ⁄2 Unit This course explores a thorough view of the distribution process, including the channels, types of retail outlets, methods of transportation, warehousing and inventory control. 11876 800 8:00-12:15P S 9/26-10/3 Hunter, Susan BUS-306 Last day to add: 09/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 09/26. MKT 103 C Principles of Advertising 3 Units MATH 010 C Basic Mathematics 4 Units Transfer: CSU This course studies advertising and promotion, print media, copy and layout, radio/TV commercials, the Internet, public relations, customer preferences and appeals, and advertising campaigns. 11238 100 7:00-9:50P W Gorno, Richard BUS-304 Whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, negative numbers, percents, geometric figures, units of measurement. Emphasis on realworld applications. • Non-degree credit 10893 10892 14025 14033 10894 10895 14034 003 8:00-9:50A TR 001 9:00-10:50A MW 005 12:00-1:50P MW 007 3:00-4:50P TR 009 3:00-4:50P MW 100 6:00-7:50P MW 102 6:00-7:50P TR Nusbaum, David Degtiar, Michael Morvan, Laurie Leongson, Jaime Morvan, Laurie Phillips, Crystal Yin, Guangyan SEM-113 SEM-217 SEM-214 SEM-206 SEM-203 SEM-202 SEM-214 MKT 105 C Principles of Retailing 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course covers principles involved in organizing and managing a retailing or E-tailing business, with emphasis on planning, site appeal, merchandise, pricing and promotion. 14315 001 8:00-9:20A MW Hunter, Susan BUS-319 MKT 205 C Multicultural Markets in U.S. 3 Units Transfer: CSU A comprehensive coverage of the multicultural marketing enviornment in the United States and the ways businesses meet the changing consumer needs of various cultural groups. 14384 100 5:30-6:50P MW Kishel, Patricia BUS-306 Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 98 FLOW CHART FOR MATHEMATICS COURSES 010 C If you have not taken a Math course within the last two years, you are strongly advised to begin at a level that you have already completed with a “C” or better. 015 C Matriculation Test - Level 1 020 C Matriculation Test - Level 2 030 C BOTH Matriculation Test - Level 3 040 C 038 C 141 C BOTH 142 C 100 C 115 C 120 C 130 C Matriculation Test - Level 4 150AC 150BC A scientific or graphing calculator is required for all math courses. Please see instructor. 250AC 250BC MATHEMATICS LEARNING CENTER Students will find instructors and qualified tutors available for assistance in solving mathematical problems or in understanding mathematical concepts in the Mathematics Learning Center, located in Room 127 of the Library/Learning Resource Center. (714) 484-7151 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM MONDAY . . . . . . . . . TUESDAY . . . . . . . . WEDNESDAY . . . . . THURSDAY . . . . . . . FRIDAY . . . . . . . . . . SATURDAY . . . . . . . M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 99 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MATH 015 C Pre-Algebra 4 Units MATH 020 C Elementary Algebra 4 Units Prereq: MATH 010 C with a minimum grade of “C” or Basic Mathematics with a minimum grade of “C”. This course is designed for students who are planning to study algebra and need a review of the basic skills of arithmetic and an introduction to the basic principles of algebra. • Non-degree credit 10899 14039 10896 13365 001 003 005 800 7:00-8:50A 7:00-8:50A 8:00-9:50A 8:00-11:50A MW TR MW S Degtiar, Michael Youssef, Mohamad Tucciarone, Joseph Estephan, Joseph SEM-217 SEM-116 SEM-113 SEM-203 Prereq: MATH 015 C or Pre-Algebra with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. An introduction to Algebra, including the basic operations of real numbers, polynomials, rational expressions, radical expressions, factoring, solutions of linear and quadratic equations, and graphing of linear systems. 10906 001 7:00-8:50A TR Petrie, David This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10907 003 7:00-8:50A TR Valle, Gerson 13512 005 8:00-9:50A MW Dammena, Dimetros 13390 007 8:00-9:50A MW Nguyen, Kelly 10909 800 8:00-11:50A S Lam, Jenny 10913 009 9:00-10:50A MW Plett, Christina This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10910 011 9:00-10:50A TR Paek, Sylvia This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10912 013 9:00-10:50A TR Petrie, David This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 11-12:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 13465 015 10:00-11:50A MW Mottershead, Allen 10916 017 10:00-11:50A MW Dammena, Dimetros 10914 019 10:00-11:50A TR Mottershead, Allen 10915 021 11:00-12:50P MW Plett, Christina This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10917 023 11:00-12:50P TR Hamman, Elizabeth The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10922 025 11:00-12:50P MW Nguyen, Kelly 10921 027 11:00-12:50P TR Paek, Sylvia This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10919 029 12:00-1:50P MW Mottershead, Allen 10918 031 12:00-1:50P TR Mottershead, Allen 13603 033 1:00-2:50P TR Wan, James 12944 035 1:00-2:50P TR Jacobson, Gerald 10911 037 2:00-3:50P MW Daigle, Maurice 10924 039 2:00-3:50P MW Tamsamani, Zouhair 12942 041 2:00-3:50P TR Cowieson, William 10920 043 3:00-4:50P TR Petrie, David This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10908 100 4:00-5:50P MW Heneks, Kasara 10925 102 4:00-5:50P TR Callanan, Alicia 13466 104 5:00-6:50P TR Vargas, Benjamin 10926 106 6:00-7:50P MW Uyemura, Nobuhiro 13358 108 7:00-8:50P TR Takeuchi, Kevin 10927 110 8:00-9:50P MW Ohm, William 10923 112 8:00-9:50P TR Lynn, Gregory 12177 HY1 HYBRID 8/17-12/17 Hamman, Elizabeth 11:00-11:50A MW Hamman, Elizabeth HYBRID CLASS: This full-semester Hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. SEM-217 10901 007 9:00-10:50A TR Hamman, Elizabeth SEM-114 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 11-12:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12167 009 10:00-11:50A TR 14036 011 11:00-12:50P TR 14041 013 11:00-12:50P MW Lee, Eunju Le, Duc Carbonell, Jesus SEM-214 SEM-327 SEM-217 SEM-114 SEM-327 SEM-116 SEM-205 SEM-205 SEM-206 12168 015 11:00-12:50P TR Watson, Karen SEM-202 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10902 10898 10903 14038 017 12:00-1:50P MW 019 1:00-2:50P MW 021 1:00-2:50P TR 023 1:00-2:50P TR Tamsamani, Zouhair Coopman, Jennifer Lee, Eunju Leongson, Jaime SEM-206 SEM-205 SEM-215 SEM-206 SEM-217 SEM-113 SEM-327 SEM-113 SEM-205 10900 025 2:00-3:50P TR Watson, Karen SEM-209 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 4-5:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 14037 10905 14035 12050 10904 14040 10897 027 029 100 102 104 106 108 3:00-4:50P 3:00-4:50P 4:00-5:50P 4:00-5:50P 4:00-5:50P 6:00-7:50P 8:00-9:50P MW TR MW MW TR MW TR Estephan, Joseph Wan, James White, Raymond Phillips, Crystal Cowieson, William Ohm, William Yin, Guangyan SEM-217 SEM-114 SEM-209 SEM-202 SEM-204 SEM-214 SEM-214 SEM-114 SEM-215 SEM-206 Join Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society SEM-113 SEM-113 SEM-114 SEM-327 SEM-116 SEM-206 SEM-204 SEM-217 Benefits: Public recognition for your academic excellence Scholarship opportunities Letters of recommendation Honors Gold Cord worn at graduation Impressive documentation for your resume SEM-113 SEM-209 SEM-205 SEM-209 SEM-116 SEM-214 SEM-204 SEM-114 SEM-114 Minimum GPA to join is 3.0 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ron Armale, SEM-259 Email: [email protected] = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 100 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MATH 030 C Plane Geometry 4 Units MATH 040 C (continued) 10942 019 12:00-1:50P MW Paek, Sylvia SEM-116 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 2-3:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12946 021 12:00-1:50P MW 10943 023 12:00-1:50P TR 10944 025 1:00-2:50P MW Mao, Chaolin Mao, Chaolin Lee, Eunju SEM-203 SEM-203 SEM-217 Prereq: MATH 020 C or Algebra I with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This introduction to Euclidean geometry includes logic, deductive reasoning, proofs, constructions, congruent and similar polygons, areas, and volumes. 10929 100 10930 101 4:00-5:50P TR 6:00-7:50P TR Fahmi, Ragaa Fahmi, Ragaa SEM-203 SEM-203 MATH 038 C Practical Mathematics for Life 4 Units Prereq: MATH 020 C or Algebra I with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required Problem solving involving fractions, finance, logic, geometry, probability, statistics. Meets the associates degree requirement; not a prerequisite to a transferable math course. 14024 001 11:00-12:50P TR Humaciu, Matthew SEM-116 10931 027 1:00-2:50P TR Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 3-4:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12052 029 1:00-2:50P TR Humaciu, Matthew SEM-116 10938 031 2:00-3:50P MW Watson, Karen SEM-214 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 4-5:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 13424 033 2:00-3:50P MW White, Raymond SEM-204 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. 10945 10949 10947 13511 10946 035 037 100 102 104 2:00-3:50P 3:00-4:50P 4:00-5:50P 5:00-6:50P 5:00-6:50P TR TR MW MW TR Allison, Minnie Jacobson, Gerald Daigle, Maurice Christenson, Peter Takeuchi, Kevin SEM-203 SEM-327 SEM-116 SEM-204 SEM-116 The initial college experience is exciting but may be very demanding. Our Math classes proceed at a rapid pace. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you start with a math course that would be a review of the last Math class you successfully completed (with a grade of C or better) in high school. MATH 040 C Intermediate Algebra 4 Units Prereq: MATH 020 C or Algebra I with a grade of “C” or better, or high school Algebra I with a grade of “B” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. A second course in algebra that covers sets, axioms for the real number system, polynomials, solutions of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, and systems of equations. 12947 001 7:00-8:50A TR Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 3-4:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10948 003 10934 005 10935 800 8:00-9:50A MW 8:00-9:50A TR 8:00-11:50A S Carbonell, Jesus Mao, Chaolin Armstrong, Eric SEM-206 SEM-203 SEM-209 10932 106 5:00-6:50P TR Petrie, David SEM-217 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10933 108 10950 110 14042 HY1 7:00-8:50P TR 8:00-9:50P MW Valle, Gerson Uyemura, Nobuhiro SEM-209 SEM-209 HYBRID 8/17-12/17 Choi, Hong 7:00-8:50P M Choi, Hong SEM-203 HYBRID CLASS: This full-semester Hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege. edu/academics/DistanceEducation The class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. 10937 007 9:00-10:50A TR Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab.com for online assignments. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 3-4:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10936 009 10:00-11:50A MW Paek, Sylvia SEM-116 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 2-3:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12945 011 10:00-11:50A MW Lee, Eunju SEM-206 MATH 100 C Math for Liberal Arts Students 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 030 C and MATH 040 C or Plane Geometry and Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This is a survey course with selected topics in elementary logic and set theory, probability, statistics, geometry, and exponential and logarithmic applications. 10951 001 11:00-12:20P TR Godshalk, Kathryn SEM-215 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 10952 002 1:00-2:20P TR Le, Duc SEM-217 10939 013 11:00-12:50P MW Watson, Karen SEM-202 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this class schedule for more information. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets MW 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10940 015 11:00-12:50P TR Allison, Minnie SEM-205 10941 017 11:00-12:50P TR Petrie, David SEM-217 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component that meets TR 1-2:20pm. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 101 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MATH 115 C Finite Mathematics 4 Units MATH 141 C College Algebra 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or Algebra II with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This course includes graphs and transformations of functions, mathematics of finance, matrices and linear systems, linear programming, set theory, finite probability, and descriptive statistics. 10954 001 10:00-11:50A MW 10953 003 2:00-3:50P MW 10955 100 4:00-5:50P TR Coopman, Jennifer Heneks, Kasara Franco, Luis SEM-203 SEM-113 SEM-214 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 030 C and MATH 040 C with grades of “C” or better or Plane Geometry and Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This is one of two precalculus courses. Topics covered include a review of the fundamentals of algebra; rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; and miscellaneous topics. 10969 001 7:00-8:50A MW Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10973 002 8:00-9:50A TR Shrout, Cynthia SEM-204 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10968 003 9:00-10:50A MW Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10970 004 10:00-11:50A TR Shrout, Cynthia SEM-204 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10971 005 12:00-1:50P TR Shrout, Cynthia SEM-204 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10974 006 1:00-2:50P MW Gibby, Cheryl SEM-202 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12950 100 7:00-8:50P MW Christenson, Peter SEM-204 MATH 120 C Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or Algebra II with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This course is an introduction to the elements of statistical analysis. Applications to business, the biological sciences and the social sciences are emphasized. Duplicate credit not granted for MATH 120HC. 12205 800 10962 001 10957 003 8:00-11:50A S 9:00-10:50A TR 9:00-10:50A MW White, Wesley Youssef, Mohamad Berry, Debra SEM-202 SEM-116 SEM-209 10958 005 9:00-10:50A MW Hamman, Elizabeth SEM-114 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 12053 007 12:00-1:50P MW Berry, Debra SEM-327 10959 009 1:00-2:50P MW Hamman, Elizabeth SEM-114 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10956 100 10960 102 10961 104 4:00-5:50P MW 4:00-5:50P TR 6:00-7:50P TR Clancy, Lee Clancy, Lee White, Wesley SEM-214 SEM-202 SEM-202 MATH 130 C Survey of Calculus 4 Units MATH 142 C Trigonometry 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or Algebra II with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. An introduction to calculus, with emphasis on solution techniques, and applications rather than abstract theory. 10963 10964 11842 10965 10966 001 10:00-11:50A TR 002 11:00-12:50P MW 003 1:00-2:50P MW 004 1:00-2:50P TR 005 3:00-4:50P MW Coopman, Jennifer Allison, Minnie Allison, Minnie Coopman, Jennifer Nusbaum, David SEM-203 SEM-209 SEM-209 SEM-205 SEM-205 Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 030 C and MATH 040 C with grades of “C” or better or Plane Geometry and Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. Advisory: MATH 141 C or the equivalent of Math Analysis or Precalculus with a grade of “C” or better. One of two precalculus courses which includes trigonometric functions, graphs, equations, identities, laws of sines and cosines, polar coordinates, vectors, parametric equations and DeMoivre’s Theorem. 10976 001 8:00-9:50A MW Godshalk, Kathryn SEM-214 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10977 002 10:00-11:50A MW Godshalk, Kathryn SEM-214 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10975 003 10:00-11:50A TR Morvan, Laurie SEM-209 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10967 100 5:00-6:50P MW Nusbaum, David SEM-205 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES Add Authorization Codes may be issued by the instructor based on space availability and in accordance with all the requirements for the class. Prior to the first day of class • if the class is OPEN – no add auth code is needed • if the class is CLOSED - an add auth code is needed Beginning the first day of class • an add auth code is needed for ALL classes = Honors = Hybrid = Online Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Teacher Prep = UTAP 102 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM Calculus at the college level typically proceeds at a faster pace, and is more rigorous than High School calculus! Strong Algebra skills and a solid understanding of functions and trigonometry are an absolute necessity. Grades of “C” or better in Math Analysis and Trigonometry or Math 141 C and Math 142 C are required. Other courses such as Algebra II/Trigonometry, Finite Math, Statistics, and Survey of Calculus do not provide the needed prerequisites. Students whose Advanced Placement scores qualify them for the second or third semester of calculus should consider whether the previous course might be the more appropriate choice. MATH 150AC Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4 Units MATH 250AC Multivariable Calculus 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU, AA GE, IGETC, Prereq: MATH 150BC or Calculus II with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. An intermediate course in mathematical analysis which includes elements of three dimensional analytic geometry, calculus of functions of several variables, vector calculus, and vector fields. 10987 001 9:00-10:50A TR Plett, Christina SEM-205 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. MATH 250BC Linear Algebra/Differential Equations 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 250AC or Multivariable Calculus with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. An introduction to linear algebra and ordinary differential equations. 10988 001 8:00-9:50A MW Shrout, Cynthia 1 Prereq: MATH 141 C and MATH 142 C or trigonometry and math analysis/ precalculus with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. An in-depth introduction to mathematical analysis. It includes the study of analytic geometry, functions and limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. 10980 001 8:00-9:50A TR Godshalk, Kathryn SEM-209 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10981 002 10:00-11:50A MW Shrout, Cynthia SEM-204 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10979 003 12:00-1:50P MW Shrout, Cynthia SEM-204 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10982 004 12:00-1:50P TR 12952 005 3:00-4:50P TR 10983 100 5:00-6:50P MW Morvan, Laurie Vargas, Benjamin Choi, Hong SEM-209 SEM-205 SEM-203 SEM-204 MATH 299 C Mathematics Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for able students who have demonstrated interest and capability for increased knowledge of mathematical topics not ordinarily covered in curriculum courses. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12634 400 8/17-12/17 Nusbaum, David To add the above class, see the Math Department Chair, David Nusbaum, in room SEM-243 or email him at [email protected] cypresscollege.edu. MORTUARY SCIENCE For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 MATH 150BC Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 150AC or Calculus I and Analytic Geometry with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. A continuation of MATH 150AC which includes the analysis of the exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and hyperbolic functions and applications of derivatives and integrals. 10984 001 8:00-9:50A MW Mao, Chaolin SEM-203 10985 002 12:00-1:50P TR Plett, Christina SEM-214 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10986 100 6:00-7:50P TR Lynn, Gregory SEM-204 MORT 160 C Orientation to Funeral Service 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission to the Mortuary Science Program This course is designed to introduce the mortuary science student on the practice of the funeral procession. 11137 001 8:00-10:50A W Grande, Jolena TE3-222 MORT 163 C Embalming Anatomy/Pathology I 5 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission to Mortuary Science Program Provides instruction in general anatomical, physiological and pathological concepts, processes and terminology relevant to embalming. 11237 001 9:00-11:20A TR Bower, Glenn TE3-218 REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 103 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MORT 164 C Funeral Service Thanatology I 2 Units MORT 265 C Funeral Service Management II 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 160 C. This course is an introduction to thanatology. Emphasis is on the study of grief, bereavement and mourning. 11254 200 12:00-1:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Bower, Glenn TE3-218 Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 160 C and MORT 165 C This course is a continuation of MORT 165 C designed to introduce the mortuary science student to the basic principles of management as they apply to the prctice of the funeral profession. 13308 200 12:00-1:50P TR 8/18-10/15 Grande, Jolena TE3-203 12:00-3:50P W 8/18-10/15 Grande, Jolena TE3-203 Last day to add: 08/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. MORT 165 C Funeral Service Management I 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in MORT 160 C. Designed for the mortuary science student, the course is a vocationallyoriented survey of funeral service management as it applies to funeral home operations, mortuary management and financial decision making. 11258 300 12:00-1:50P TR 10/20-12/17 Grande, Jolena TE3-203 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. MORT 271 C Restorative Art II 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 261 C and MORT 263 C This is a continuation of MORT 261 C, with emphasis upon major restorations and explains how all previous restoration art work can be utilized. 12706 002 12:00-12:50P T LAB 11:00-1:50P W 12375 005 12:00-12:50P T LAB 12:00-2:50P R Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen TE3-316 TE3-211 TE3-316 TE3-211 MORT 170 C Funeral Service Ceremonies 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 160 C This course is designed to introduce the student to American funeral service practices and procedures in military, fraternal and religious funerals. 13204 001 12:00-2:50P W Bower, Glenn TE3-222 MORT 272 C Embalming II 4 Units MORT 261 C Restorative Art I 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 262 C and MORT 263 C. This is a continuation of MORT 262 C, with emphasis upon the development of embalming techniques, dead human remains having various diseases and supplemental methods of preservation. 11260 003 1:00-3:50P T LAB 11:00-1:50P W 13238 002 1:00-3:50P T LAB 12:00-2:50P R McCament, David McCament, David McCament, David McCament, David TE3-316 TE3-213 TE3-316 TE3-213 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 263 C A detailed study is made of the facial features and its relatinoship to a complete restoration. Modeling in clay of the features studied is done in lab. 13200 002 10:00-10:50A T LAB 8:00-10:50A W 13201 003 10:00-10:50A T LAB 8:00-10:50A R Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen Boettger, Kathleen TE3-316 TE3-211 TE3-316 TE3-211 MORT 274 C Funeral Service Thanatology II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 164 C and MORT 160 C and MORT 170 C. This course is a continuation of MORT 164 C, with particular emphasis on the grief process, normal and abnormal, and the resolution of grief. 11263 001 1:00-3:50P F Bower, Glenn TE3-222 MORT 262 C Embalming I 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 263 C This course is designed to include basic orientation, history of embalming to present times, moral and sanitary considerations of embalming and methods of handling human remains. 13202 002 8:00-9:50A T LAB 8:00-10:50A W 13203 003 8:00-9:50A T LAB 8:00-10:50A R McCament, David McCament, David McCament, David McCament, David TE3-316 TE3-213 TE3-316 TE3-213 MORT 275 C Mortuary Law I 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 265 C. This course surveys the American legal system, and the major laws relating to contracts, sales and the funeral business. 12709 HY1 12:00-2:50P W 10/21-12/16 Grande, Jolena TE3-203 HYBRID CLASS: This second nine week hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. Online class schedule will be distributed the first day of class. You MUST update your current email address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the class so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. MORT 263 C Embalming Anatomy/Pathology II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 163 C A continuation of MORT 163 C. Specific systems are studied in detail as they relate to preservation and disinfection for safeguard measures in handling human remains. 13205 001 9:00-11:50A F Bower, Glenn TE3-222 Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 104 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MORT 285 C Mortuary Law II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 275 C and MORT 265 C This course is a continuation of MORT 275 C surveying principles of mortuary jurisprudence relating to the dead body, and California State Law, rules and regulations relative to embalmers and funeral directors. 13239 200 8:00-10:50A TR 8/18-10/15 Grande, Jolena TE3-203 Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. MUSIC Performance Ensembles MUS 175 SWING BAND MUS 260 CLASSICAL GUITAR ENSEMBLE MUS 261 STRING ENSEMBLE MUS 273 CONCERT BAND MUS 287 CYPRESS JAZZ SINGERS MUS 282 CYPRESS MASTERWORKS CHORALE MUS 285 CHAMBER SINGERS Class offerings in PIANO MUS 135 BEGINNING PIANO MUS 236 INTERMEDIATE PIANO Class offerings in GUITAR MUS 130 BEGINNING GUITAR MUS 231 INTERMEDIATE GUITAR MUS 235 COMMERCIAL GUITAR & BASS Class offerings in VOICE MUS 126 BEGINNING VOICE MUS 227 INTERMEDIATE VOICE MUS 229 VOCAL REPERTOIRE MORT 292 C Funeral Service Science 2 Units Transfer: CSU Coreq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 272 C Course is designed to familiarize the Mortuary Science student with the nature of chemicals utilized in the mortuary setting. 13240 002 10:00-11:50A M McCament, David TE3-203 MORT 293 C Mortuary Computer Applications 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, all required courses for the Associate of Science Degree Mortuary Science The course is designed to provide the mortuary science student with an overview of mortuary science computer applications. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $93.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11264 300 9:00-10:50A TR 10/20-12/17 Grande, Jolena TE3-216 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. MUS 100 C Music Open Lab 1 to 2 Units MORT 294 C Funeral Service Counseling 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MORT 274 C This course will provide a study of the concepts, techniques and procedures used by the funeral director in his/her role as a counselor. 12710 001 1:00-4:50P M Boettger, Kathleen TE3-203 Transfer: CSU Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in a music course with a lab This course is designed to supplement music courses with a lab component. One to two units may be earned through self-paced directed activities in our Music Lab facilities. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Three to six hours laboratory TBA per week 13295 001 8/17-12/17 Reid, Kathryn FA-212 MUS 101 C Music Fundamentals 3 Units MULTIMEDIA MM 100 C Introduction to Multimedia 3 Units Transfer: CSU An introduction to the disciplines involved in creating multimedia products, including information systems, computer graphics, digital photography, electronic music, convergence journalism and video. 11948 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Holmes, Ian ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The historic evolution of music, notation, and its understanding and application are presented in an international societal context. NOTE: No UC credit if taken after MUS 103AC. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week. 10801 001 11:00-12:20P MW Beyer, George The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 11965 100 6:00-8:50P M Buck, Peter FA-309 FA-211 MUS 102 C Music Reading 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU An opportunity to learn from the beginning how to perform music from the printed page. Beginning studies in pitch and rhythm provide a foundation for developing skills to the highest level. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 13022 001 9:30-10:50A MW Ball, Sheridan FA-306 Transportation Policy: Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically advised otherwise, you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 105 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MUS 103AC Theory and Musicianship I 4 Units MUS 116 C Music Appreciation 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: The ability to read music Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in a piano class The first course in music theory for music majors. Topics include terminology, rhythmic and pitch notation, diatonic scales, triads, intervals, chord progressions, basic cadential formulas, dominant seventh chords, figured bass, non-harmonic, and rhythmic dictation. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 10805 001 8:30-10:50A MW Reid, Kathryn FA-211 Transfer: UC/CSU A survey of music literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Concert attendance is required. Open to all students, but designed for the nonmusic major. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10846 001 9:30-10:50A TR 10849 003 12:30-1:50P MW 13025 OL1 Bernstein, Brandon Virgoe, Betty FA-213 FA-309 FA-304 MUS 111 C The Music Business 3 Units Transfer: CSU From copyrights to contracts, this course covers the essential elements of the music industry for performers, songwriters, producers and managers. 13023 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gallo, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MY GATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Decoro, Helena 5:00-6:50P R (10/8) ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. The Final exam will take place October 8, 2009 from 5-7 p.m. Before registering for the course update or confirm the e-mail address you have entered into MY GATEWAY as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important communication form the instructor regarding this course. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Decoro, Helena 5:00-6:50P R (12/10) ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above lines. The Final exam will take place December 10, 2009 from 5-7 p.m. Before registering for the course update or confirm the e-mail address you have entered into myGATEWAY as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may recieve important communication form the instructor regarding this course. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 13028 OL2 FA-304 MUS 113 C Jazz History 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This survey course traces the history and development of jazz music from its inception to the present day. The music, both live and from recordings, is studied from a cultural, musical, historical, and sociological standpoint. Concert attendance required. Open to all students. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10835 001 11:00-12:20P MW Reid, Kathryn FA-304 11969 OL3 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gallo, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. MUS 117 C American Popular Music 3 Units Searching for your college major? Investigating career options? Gathering clues for your success? The CAREER PLANNING CENTER will help you find the answers to these questions! Our services assist students with . . . ◆ learning about themselves ◆ discovering their interests, values, skills and temperament ◆ exploring occupations, majors and schools ◆ researching career descriptions and labor market trends ◆ making career and college decisions ◆ developing their résumé and interview skills ◆ managing their career portfolios The CAREER PLANNING CENTER is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc = Honors = Hybrid = Online Transfer: UC/CSU A historical and musical study of American popular music from its origin to the present. The primary focus will be on musical styles with secondary emphasis on sociological, political, and economic conditions which influenced the music of America. Concert attendance required. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10852 001 11:00-12:20P TR 10854 002 2:00-3:20P MW 12455 101 6:00-8:50P M Beyer, George Virgoe, Betty Virgoe, Betty FA-309 FA-309 FA-309 13031 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gallo, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 106 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MUS 118 C Introduction to Opera 3 Units MUS 122 C Concert Hour 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is an introduction to the standard operatic repertoire in terms of development of musical style, dramatic structure, and performance tradition. Open to all students. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Cost of music concerts will not exceed $30 10866 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Decoro, Helena 7:00-8:50P R (8/27) 7:00-8:50P R (9/17) 7:00-8:50P R (10/8) 7:00-8:50P R (12/10) ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires 4 on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped you MUST physically attend the first meeting. Before registering for the course, update or confirm the e-mail address you have entered into MY GATEWAY as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important communication form the instructor regarding this course. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. FA-304 FA-304 FA-304 FA-304 The Cypress College Concert hour is a time set aside for on-campus concerts and recitals. Music to be performed will range from Bach to Rock. Open to all students. May be taken for credit 4 times. 10869 001 12:30-1:20P W McAuliffe, Bill FA-304 MUS 124 C Recording Studio I 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is the first course for music producers and engineers. Experience a recording studio from audio theory to hands-on practice in the lab. 10870 001 10871 100 1:30-4:20P MW 7:00-9:50P MW Molina, Jose Molina, Jose FA-210 FA-210 MUS 126 C Beginning Voice 1 Unit MUS 118HC Honors Introduction to Opera 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Students will study basic vocal techniques including tone production, breath control, and diction. Songs will be drawn from popular and traditional song literature. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10872 12319 11756 10873 002 11:00-11:50A TR 001 2:00-2:50P MW 101 4:00-5:50P T 100 6:00-7:50P T Ball, Sheridan Ball, Sheridan Decoro, Helena Decoro, Helena FA-306 FA-306 FA-213 FA-213 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This honors course is an enhanced introduction to opera in seminar type format focusing on the nature of opera as a multimedia art form. Opportunities include field trips, concerts and discussions with performers and directors. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • Cost of music concert will not exceed $30 10867 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Decoro, Helena 7:00-8:50P R (8/27) 7:00-8:50P R (9/17) 7:00-8:50P R (10/8) 7:00-8:50P R (12/10) ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires 4 on-campus meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped you MUST physically attend the first meeting. Before registering for the course, update or confirm the e-mail address you have entered into MYGATEWAY as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important communication form the instructor regarding this course. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. FA-304 FA-304 FA-304 FA-304 MUS 130 C Beginning Guitar 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU This course introduces the basics of guitar playing to those with little or no previous experience. Open to all students. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10874 11870 10875 10876 001 9:00-10:50A F 002 12:30-2:20P M 003 2:00-3:50P R 100 5:00-6:50P T Arcila, Billy Bernstein, Brandon Arcila, Billy Arcila, Billy FA-306 FA-304 FA-214D FA-214D MUS 131 C Electric Bass 1 Unit MUS 119 C History of Rock Music 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU From its earliest beginnings to the present day, this course surveys the inception, evolution, and development of rock music in America and abroad. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10868 11972 13755 13033 001 002 003 100 9:30-10:50A 9:30-10:50A 2:00-4:50P 6:00-8:50P MW TR R T Beyer, George Beyer, George Wheeler, George Gallo, Joseph FA-309 FA-309 FA-309 FA-309 Transfer: UC/CSU This course uses group intstruction to teach general techniques for the electric bass guitar. Blues, R&B, rock, pop and jazz styles are emphasized. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11026 001 3:00-4:50P R Zacharias, Andrew FA-304 MUS 135 C Beginning Piano 1 Unit 13034 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Gallo, Joseph ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: UC/CSU This course is a study of basic piano techniques in a class situation. Required of music majors whose piano skills are non-existent or very limited. Open to all students. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13036 12316 11027 11029 11033 11063 12160 13777 001 8:30-9:20A MW 004 9:00-10:50A F 003 9:30-10:20A TR 005 9:30-10:20A MW 002 12:30-1:20P TR 101 4:00-5:50P M 100 6:00-7:50P W 102 6:00-7:50P M Beyer, Lavaun Beyer, Lavaun McAuliffe, Bill Beyer, Lavaun McAuliffe, Bill Decoro, Helena Bardin, Joan Decoro, Helena FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D FA-214D Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 107 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MUS 143 C Beginning Strings 1 Unit MUS 203AC Theory and Musicianship III 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course teaches the fundamentals of string playing for anyone interested in learning to play the violin, viola, violincello, or string bass. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12322 100 4:00-5:50P W Lewis, Lisa FA-304 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 103BC This course is a continuation of MUS 103BC. Topics include modulation, secondary functions, and musical form. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 14077 001 9:30-11:50A TR Deneff, Peter FA-211 MUS 152 C Percussion Class 1 Unit MUS 203BC Theory & Musicianship IV 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 203AC This course is a continuation of MUS 203AC. Topics include advanced chromaticism, musical form, and composition. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 14078 001 9:30-11:50A TR Deneff, Peter FA-211 Transfer: UC/CSU This is a course for students who wish to play drums, timpani, mallet instruments, and other percussion instruments. Open to all students, no previous experience necessary. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 11064 001 3:00-4:50P R Buck, Peter FA-306 MUS 156 C Jazz Improvisation - Instrumental 1 Unit MUS 224 C Recording Studio II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MUS 124 C or MMMU 124 C Coreq: MUS 224LC The second course in training recording engineers and music producers. Learn digital audio and the use of a digital audio workstation. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11085 001 10:00-3:50P F Wheeler, George FA-304 Transfer: UC/CSU This class provides intermediate level instrumental students with the tools and techniques for jazz improvisation. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter laboratory hours TBA per week 11065 100 6:00-8:50P W Deneff, Peter FA-306 MUS 157 C Jazz Improvisation - Vocal 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU This course offers vocal students training in jazz song- styling techniques, focusing on swing, ballad, Latin, blues, and contemporary styles. Topics include rhythmic and melodic improvisation, microphone technique, and scat singing. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 14076 001 2:00-3:50P T Reid, Kathryn FA-304 MUS 224LC Recording Studio Lab 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Coreq: MUS 224 C Directed, individualized and/or group projects in recording. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus three hours laboratory TBA per week 11110 800 8/17-12/17 Shafer, Seth Lab is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. FA-304 MUS 175 C Swing Band 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Students in this class will be involved in the rehearsal and concert performance of swing music in the style of the “Big Band Era” from the 1930’s to 1950’s. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and one quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 13778 100 7:00-9:50P M Beyer, George FA-306 MUS 225 C Applied Music 1 Unit MUS 176 C Popular Songwriting 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MUS 101 C or MUS 103AC Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 238 C Popular Piano recommended A beginning to intermediate course in “pop” writing, students will develop melody, harmony, form and lyrics. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 13779 001 12:30-1:50P MW Gallo, Joseph FA-214D Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition and concurrent enrollment in a performing ensemble For the student seeking private instruction on piano, voice, guitar, or any standard band or orchestra instrument. A performance at Faculty Juries is required each semester. Vocal and instrumental students should concurrently enroll in a choir or band class, pianists and guitarists should consult with faculty for an appropriate concurrent course. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus five and a half hours laboratory TBA per week 11116 001 11:30-12:20P M Ball, Sheridan Auditions Friday August 21, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in FA-304. During the first week of the semester you can sign up for an audition time in the Music Library (FA-212) or call (714) 484-7036. Students who wish to enroll in Applied Music must audition. For additional information contact Dr. Sheridan Ball at (714) 484-7036. 11121 100 5:00-5:50P M Ball, Sheridan Auditions Friday August 21, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in FA-304. During the first week of the semester you can sign up for an audition time in the Music Library (FA-212) or call (714) 484-7036. Students who wish to enroll in Applied Music must audition. For additional information contact Dr. Sheridan Ball at (714) 484-7036. FA-306 FA-304 MUS 178 C Digital Music Technology (same as MMMU 178 C) 3 Units Transfer: CSU A comprehensive study of how digital technology is used in the music industry today. Students will get hands-on experience with MIDI synthesizers and music software. • Plus one and a half hours laboratory TBA per week 11073 001 9:30-10:50A TR Zacharias, Andrew FA-210 Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 108 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM MUS 227 C Intermediate Voice 1 Unit MUS 260 C Classical Guitar Ensemble 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 126 C or by audition This course continues the study of vocal performance techniques at an intermediate level. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 11877 12320 12698 12697 001 11:00-11:50A TR 002 2:00-2:50P MW 101 4:00-5:50P T 100 6:00-7:50P T Ball, Sheridan Ball, Sheridan Decoro, Helena Decoro, Helena FA-306 FA-306 FA-213 FA-213 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Cypress Classical Guitar Ensemble is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary duets, trios, quartets, and large ensemble pieces for the classical guitar. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11409 100 7:00-8:50P M Pettit, Adam FA-304 MUS 229 C Vocal Repertoire 1 Unit Transfer: CSU MUS 261 C String Ensemble 1 Unit Prereq: MUS 227 C or by audition This class provides a workshop environment for the study of vocal repertoire at the intermediate-to-advanced level. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13775 100 5:00-6:50P R Scheibe, Mary FA-213 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Cypress String Ensemble is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of ensemble pieces for the violin, viola, cello, and contrabass. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12656 100 4:00-5:50P W Lewis, Lisa FA-304 MUS 232 C Classical Guitar 1 Unit MUS 274 C Cypress Symphonic Winds 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition This course involves group instruction in classical guitar technique and interpretation of solo and ensemble literature for the instrument. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11387 100 7:00-8:50P M Pettit, Adam FA-304 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Cypress Symphonic Wind Ensemble is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary literature for woodwinds, brass and percussion. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 12655 LS1 7:00-10:10P T 9/1-12/15 Anthony, Robert Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. FA-306 MUS 235 C Commercial Guitar and Bass 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition This course emphasizes blues, jazz, and rock techniques for intermediateto-advanced guitarists and bassists. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11980 001 3:00-4:50P R Zacharias, Andrew FA-304 MUS 281 C Concert Choir 1 Unit MUS 236 C Intermediate Piano 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Concert Choir performs an extensive repertoire ranging from classical music to Jazz and Musical Theater. Open to all singers from the college and neighboring communities. Auditions by appointment. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and one quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 13395 001 7:00-9:50P T Ball, Sheridan FA-304 Prereq: MUS 135 C or by audition This course is a study of keyboard literature and techniques in a class situation. Emphasis is on individual progress in execution and interpretation. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week 13039 001 13776 002 8:30-9:20A MW 9:30-10:20A TR Beyer, Lavaun McAuliffe, Bill FA-214D FA-214D MUS 282 C Cypress Masterworks Chorale 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Masterwork Chorale (80-110 singers) presents four major concerts each year, performs frequently with full orchestra, participates in regional music festivals and tours internationally. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 11433 100 7:00-9:50P T Ball, Sheridan FA-304 MUS 238 C Popular Piano 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 135 C or audition Study basic chords that allow keyboard freedom in improvising and arranging. Use melody and accompaniment to develop a creative style of playing, essential in popular music. The course is designed for non-music majors as well as music majors. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13930 001 11:00-11:50A MW Deneff, Peter FA-214D Looking for a Deadline? Transportation Policy: Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically advised otherwise, you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 109 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM 1 MUS 285 C Chamber Singers 1 Unit NURS 104 C Intro to ECG Interpretation ⁄2 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition The Chamber Singers is a select group of 24 mixed voices performing a variety of classical repertoire ranging from Renaissance madrigals to contemporary literature. Open to both students and members of the community with extensive singing experience. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 13044 001 12:30-1:50P MW Ball, Sheridan FA-306 Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 191 C, NURS 193 C; Licensed Vocational Nurse; Registered Nurse or permission of instructor This elective course provides specialized nursing knowledge in assessing and caring for patients experiencing selected common cardiac dysrhythmias. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12410 200 8:00-5:20P F (9/4) Piburn, Elizabeth TE3-316 Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/04; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/04; Last day to drop w/ “W”: NONE; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. MUS 287 C Cypress Jazz Singers 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition This course focuses on the rehearsal and performance of traditional and contemporary vocal jazz repertoire accompanied by a small instrumental ensemble. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Plus one and a quarter hours laboratory TBA per week 11444 001 12:30-1:50P TR Reid, Kathryn AUDITIONS: Tuesday, August 18, 12:30-1:50 p.m. in FA-304. For more information contact [email protected] FA-304 NURS 105 C Basic Cardiopulmonary Nursing 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 292 C; Registered Nurse; or permission of instructor. This elective course provides specialized nursing knowledge in common cardiopulmonary health problems and their nursing implications. Nursing process serves as the framework for this exploration. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13399 801 8:00-5:20P S (10/31) Piburn, Elizabeth TE3-310 Last day to add: 10/31; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/31; Last day to drop w/ “W”: NONE; Last day to drop for refund: 10/31. MUS 299 C Music - Independent Study 1 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This class is designed for students who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in performance or applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11450 400 8/17-12/17 Reid, Kathryn To add above section, see the Instructor. FA-202 NURS 108 C Orthopaedic Patient Care 1 ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: Successful completion of NURS 192 C, or licensure as an RN, LVN, RPT, or LPT This is an overview of the general concepts of orthopaedic nursing practice standards and patient teaching implications that involve assessment of injuries/conditions, patient complications, and orthopaedic patient care. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12823 801 8:00-5:20P S (8/22) Harvey, Carol TE3-310 Last day to add: 08/22; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/22; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 08/22; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. NURSING For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 NURS 190 C Introduction to Nursing Concepts 2 Units NURS 099 C Nursing Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for capable students enrolled in the Registered Nursing program or options of the program who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12719 401 8/24-12/17 Piburn, Elizabeth To add above section, see Beth Piburn, Nursing Coordinator. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13398 402 10/19-12/17 Piburn, Elizabeth To add the above section, please see Beth Piburn, Nursing Coordinator. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: CSU This class is designed for, but not limited to, any new applicant to the Registered Nursing Program. This course will introduce the student to the theoretical basis of nursing and health care, including psychosocial concepts basic to the development of skills in patient care and interrelationships. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12411 004 3:30-5:20P T Ashburn, Shirley TE3-315 myGateway Registration! All class registrations, adds, drops and withdrawals must be done online using myGateway. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 110 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM NURS 191 C Pharmacology in Nursing I 1 Unit NURS 196 C Medical-Surgical Nursing I 5 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN or PT Coreq: NURS 192 C and NURS 193 C This course introduces principles of safe medication administration. Mathematical concepts related to calculating drug dosage will be covered. 11583 001 1:00-1:50P M Piburn, Elizabeth TE3-317 12832 HY1 1:00-1:50P M McNay, Sally TE3-302 **On-Campus & Online schedule will be distributed on the first day of class** HYBRID CLASS: This full-semester Hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in WebStar IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 191 C, NURS 193 C Coreq: NURS 195 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to develop nursing care strategies for the medical-surgical patient. 11838 200 8:00-10:50A R 8/17-10/15 Herzog, Anna TE3-222 8:30-10:20A M 8/17-10/15 Harvey, Carol TE3-316 LAB 7:00-2:20P TW 8/17-10/15 Swytak, Judith HOSP LAB 12:00-2:20P R 8/17-10/15 Faraci, Michael TE3-310 Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 08/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. NURS 197 C Maternal/Newborn Nursing 31⁄2 Units NURS 192 C Fundamentals of Nursing 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program; NURS 190 C, BIOL 210 C Introduction to the nursing process and professional nursing management. This course provides the student with fundamental provider of care roles and critical thinking skills. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14424 200 8:00-11:35A M 8/17-10/16 Markus, Denise TE3-310 8:00-9:50A T 8/17-10/16 Ashburn, Shirley TE3-310 LAB 12:00-1:50P T 8/17-10/16 Frumkin, Sally HOSP Hospital Lab 10 hours per week TBA. Last day to add: 08/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/01; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 196 C Coreq: NURS 195 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following labs This course assists the student in applying previously- learned concepts of the nursing process to the specialized population of the pregnant woman, newborn, and family. 12420 300 8:00-11:35A M 10/19-12/14 Putman, Elizabeth TE3-315 LAB 8:00-1:30P TW 10/19-12/14 Piburn, Elizabeth HOSP 1 Hospital lab 10 ⁄2 hours per week TBA. Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/30; Last day to drop for refund: 10/19. NURS 209 C Advanced RN Practicum and Career Development 1 to 4 Units NURS 193 C Intro to Medicine-Surgery/Gero Nursing 31⁄2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 192 C Coreq: NURS 191 C This course provides specialized knowledge to plan and deliver nursing care based on the nursing process to the older adult. 12758 300 8:00-10:50A M 10/19-12/15 Markus, Denise TE3-222 8:00-11:15A T 10/19-12/15 Frumkin, Sally TE3-222 Plus 81⁄2 clinical hours per week TBA. Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/01; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Successful completion of NURS 292 C Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program or permission of the Director of Nursing This course will provide opportunities enabling students to apply previously-learned theory and clinical skills in an acute hospital setting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11843 100 8/17-12/17 Piburn, Elizabeth Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. NURS 291 C Pharmacology in Nursing III 1 Unit NURS 195 C Pharmacology in Nursing II 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN, PT or completion of NURS 191 C and NURS 193 C This course correlates with the content in NURS 196 C and NURS 197 C. Theoretical concepts for the assessment of patient response to medication and the safe administration of medications in health care settings will be emphasized. 14421 001 1:00-1:50P M Faraci, Michael TE3-311 12831 HY1 1:00-1:50P M Putman, Elizabeth TE3-315 **On-Campus & Online schedule will be distributed on the first day of class** HYBRID CLASS: This full-semester Hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in WebStar IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN or PT or completion of NURS 195 C, NURS 197 C Coreq: NURS 292 C This course correlates with the content in NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, and NURS 294 C. Theoretical concepts for the safe assessment and administration of medications in the health care setting are emphasized. 11605 001 11:00-11:50A M Herzog, Anna TE3-316 DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday 111 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM 1 NURS 292 C Medical-Surgical Nursing II 5 Units NURS 295 C Pharmacology in Nursing IV ⁄2 Unit Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 195 C and NURS 197 C and acceptance in the Nursing Program Coreq: NURS 291 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to individuals with more complex nursing care, developmental, and sociological needs. 11839 200 8:00-10:10A M 8/17-10/15 Putman, Elizabeth TE3-222 8:00-10:25A T 8/17-10/15 Kruse, Kathleen TE3-222 LAB 7:00-2:35P WR 8/17-10/15 Winckler, Janet HOSP LAB 11:00-12:50P T 8/17-10/15 Valencia, Wendy TE3-317 Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 08/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN, PT or completion of NURS 291 C, NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, NURS 294 C Coreq: NURS 296 C This course correlates with the context in NURS 296 C and NURS 297 C. Theoretical concepts for the safe assessment and administration of medications in the health care setting are emphasized. 12030 200 1:30-2:35P M 8/17-10/12 Markus, Denise TE3-310 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/28; Last day to drop for refund: 08/17. NURS 296 C Child/Family Nursing 31⁄2 Units NURS 293 C Mental Health Nursing 31⁄2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 291 C and NURS 292 C Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course presents historical, cultural, and contemporary research concepts as related to the mental health-illness continuum. 12426 300 8:00-10:50A M 10/19-11/12 Swytak, Judith 8:00-12:35P T 10/19-11/12 Chin, Penny LAB 7:00-5:20P WR 10/19-11/12 Staff LAB 1:00-2:50P T 10/19-11/12 Staff LAB 2:00-3:50P M 10/19-11/12 Staff Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 10/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/04; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. 8:00-10:50A M 11/16-12/10 Swytak, Judith 8:00-12:35P T 11/16-12/10 Staff LAB 7:00-6:30P WR 11/16-12/10 Chin, Penny LAB 1:00-2:50P T 11/16-12/10 Staff LAB 2:00-3:50P M 11/16-12/10 Staff Above class includes a one-half hour mid-day break. Last day to add: 11/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 11/17. TE3-316 TE3-316 HOSP TE3-316 TE3-311 Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 291 C, NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, NURS 294 C Coreq: NURS 295 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course assists the student in applying previously- learned nursing concepts and skills to the pediatric patient. 12448 001 8:00-11:35A M 8/17-10/15 McNay, Sally TE3-317 Hospital lab 81⁄2 hours per week TBA. Campus lab 2 hours per week TBA. Last day to add: 08/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/20. NURS 297 C Medical-Surgical Nursing III 5 Units 12427 301 TE3-316 TE3-316 HOSP TE3-316 TE3-311 Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 291 C, NURS 296 C Coreq: NURS 295 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course provides advanced theory necessary to administer comprehensive nursing care to adults with acute unstable medicalsurgical disorders. • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12432 300 8:00-10:20A M 10/19-12/15 Winckler, Janet TE3-317 8:00-10:15A T 10/19-12/15 Herzog, Anna TE3-317 LAB 11:00-12:50P T 10/19-12/15 Faraci, Michael TE3-317 Hospital lab 141⁄2 hours per week TBA. Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/01; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. NURS 294 C Geriatric Nursing 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 291 C and NURS 292 C Coreq: NURS 293 C; concurrent enrollment in one of the following corresponding labs This course builds on previous medical-surgical knowledge and skills in applying the nursing process in the older adult with complex multiple system problems. 12430 300 8:00-10:50A M 10/19-11/12 Valencia, Wendy TE3-310 8:00-11:25A R 10/19-11/12 Kruse, Kathleen TE3-310 LAB 6:30-4:50P TW 10/19-11/12 Kruse, Kathleen HOSP Last day to add: 10/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/04; Last day to drop for refund: 10/20. 8:00-10:50A M 11/16-12/17 Kruse, Kathleen TE3-310 8:00-12:50P R 11/16-12/17 Valencia, Wendy TE3-310 LAB 6:30-4:50P TW 11/16-12/17 Valencia, Wendy HOSP Last day to add: 11/19; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/09; Last day to drop for refund: 11/17. OCEANOGRAPHY — SEE GEOLOGY 12431 301 Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. = Honors = Hybrid = Online REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. = Teacher Prep = UTAP 112 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES PHIL 100 C Introduction to Philosophy 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This introductory course systematically explores, analyzes, and evaluates the concepts of knowledge, reality and value including topics such as the nature of God, mind, free will, personal identity and the meaning of life. Duplicate credit not granted for PHIL 100HC. 10486 001 8:00-9:20A TR Young, Martin BUS-107 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 10489 002 8:00-9:20A MW Lara, Richard BUS-120 13105 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Quandt, Timothy BUS-107 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 10485 13605 13607 13608 13609 003 9:30-10:50A MW 004 9:30-10:50A TR 005 11:00-12:20P MW 006 11:00-12:20P TR 007 12:30-1:50P TR Staff Cooney, Neill Allison, Robert Heusser, Willis Heusser, Willis BUS-118 BUS-118 BUS-107 BUS-120 BUS-120 PHIL 101 C Introduction to Religious Studies 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course explores and analyzes various viewpoints, problems and issues regarding religion. Included among these issues are concepts of human destiny, religious ethics, and other selected topics. 13604 LS1 6:30-9:35P M 8/31-12/14 Kobayashi, Brian BUS-107 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 08/31. PHIL 110 C Religions of the East 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course systematically introduces and analyzes the basic concepts of the philosophical and religious systems of such Eastern traditions as Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Zen. 13257 LS1 9:30-10:55A MW 8/31-12/16 Allison, Robert BUS-107 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. PHIL 160 C Introduction to Ethics 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course explores basic questions in ethics: What is good? How should I live? Are morals relative or meaningful? The course includes such topics as abortion, sexual ethics, biotechnology, and environmental issues. 10499 002 11996 004 10501 100 8:00-9:20A TR 8:00-9:20A MW 6:30-9:20P T Russo, Samuel Allison, Robert Kobayashi, Brian BUS-120 BUS-107 BUS-107 12474 200 3:00-5:50P MW 8/17-10/14 Clay, Cathleen BUS-107 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/19. 10497 300 3:00-5:50P TR 10/20-12/17 Clay, Cathleen BUS-107 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 13610 100 6:30-9:20P W Heusser, Willis BUS-120 12437 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Heusser, Willis ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12438 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Borcoman, Kelvin ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. 13266 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Heusser, Willis ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 13267 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Heusser, Willis ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week online class begins 8/31 and meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. PHIL 170 C Logic and Critical Thinking 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an introduction to the elementary techniques of argument analysis and evaluation with a goal to practical application to students’ lives in tackling everyday problems. 13269 001 12340 003 13329 007 8:00-9:20A TR 9:30-10:50A MW 9:30-10:50A TR Sutherland, Corine Lara, Richard Russo, Samuel BUS-118 BUS-120 BUS-120 13268 LS1 11:00-12:25P MW 8/31-12/16 Lara, Richard BUS-120 Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 14221 004 12:30-1:50P MW 12341 006 12:30-1:50P TR 10513 100 6:30-9:20P R Staff Clay, Cathleen Borcoman, Kelvin BUS-107 BUS-107 BUS-107 VERIFY YOUR ENROLLMENT Did you know? You can verify your class schedule throughout the term by accessing myGateway. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 113 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PHIL 172 C Critical Thinking/Writing 3 Units PHOT 103 C Photographic Possibilities 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is an introduction to the techniques of argument analysis, evaluation, and construction as applied to essay writing. 10517 001 9:30-10:50A TR Young, Martin BUS-107 Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 101 C or MMPH 101 C A course designed to refine and enhance the concepts and skills acquired in PHOT 101 C. Emphasis is placed on the refinement of basic technical skills. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11009 001 11010 100 9:00-10:50A W 7:00-8:50P M Fulton, Gregory Johnson, Robert TE1-242 TE1-242 PHIL 175 C Symbolic Logic 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This is a course in propositional and predicate logic. It covers the techniques for the symbolic translation and evaluation of arguments about philosophical, political, moral, scientific, and religious issues. 14280 001 11:00-12:20P TR Young, Martin BUS-107 PHOT 104 C Wedding Photography 3 Units PHIL 201 C History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This historical introduction to philosophy traces the development of Western philosophy from the early Greeks through the Medieval Period. Emphasis will be placed on the ideas of reality, knowledge and ethics which have influenced the devleopment of Western culture. 12342 001 11:00-12:20P TR Sutherland, Corine BUS-118 Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 101 C The concepts, equipment demands, and techniques used by wedding photographers are emphasized. Lectures and assignments will prepare students for basic applications. May be taken for credit 3 times. • Plus three hours laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13071 001 10:00-11:50A R Bumatay, Gregorio TE1-242 PHOT 204 C History and Aesthetics of Early Photographic Practice 3 Units PHIL 299 C Philosophy Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge in a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 12667 400 8/17-12/17 Demarkey, Nina BUS-120 To add the above section see the Social Science Division Office Manager. Transfer: UC/CSU This course covers the history of photography through the 1950’s via a combination of lecture and hands-on assignments utilizing early photographic practices. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14116 001 1:00-2:50P R Burchfield, Jerry TE1-242 PHOT 209 C Careers in Photography 3 Units PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT 101 C Introduction to Photography 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU An introductory course emphasizing visual concepts, basic image capture with film and digital cameras, photographic software basics and traditional black and white darkroom techniques. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11007 11005 11002 11764 11008 13160 13692 13694 11004 11006 11003 12450 002 9:00-10:50A F 004 9:00-10:50A T 001 10:00-11:50A M 003 10:00-11:50A W 800 10:00-11:50A S 005 1:00-2:50P M 006 1:00-2:50P W 007 1:00-2:50P R 100 7:00-8:50P M 101 7:00-8:50P R 103 7:00-8:50P T 102 7:00-8:50P W Lester, Clifford Fulton, Gregory Johnson, Robert Lester, Clifford Spada, Clayton DiGiovanni, Elizabeth Skaar, Susan DiGiovanni, Elizabeth Chamberlain, Mark Lanoue, Michael Rager, Gregory Skaar, Susan TE1-242 TE1-220 TE1-242 TE1-220 TE1-242 TE1-242 TE1-242 TE1-220 TE1-220 TE1-220 TE1-220 TE1-220 Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 103 C Designed to help students identify and achieve professional goals and objectives in careers such as advertising illustration, photojournalism, fine art, and wedding. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 12416 100 7:00-8:50P R Lester, Clifford TE1-242 PHOT 215 C Digital Photography 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 103 C or MMPH 103 C Course covers a general knowledge of digital photography techniques including digital cameras, scanning, image correction and manipulation and basic printing. May be taken for credit 3 times. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 13075 100 7:00-8:50P T Fletcher, Jonathan TE1-214 PHOT 219 C Photography for Publication 3 Units Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 101 C Designed to acquaint the student with a current view of the field of photojournalism. The majority of work will be done in 35mm. Heavy emphasis is placed on communication through photography. May be taken for credit 3 times. • Plus four hour laboratory TBA per week • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14115 100 7:00-8:50P W Barber, Davis TE1-242 Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 114 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PHOT 298CC Seminar: Available Light Photography 3 Units PE 101 C Adaptive P.E. - Activity 1 Unit This course concentrates on producing images under available light conditions found in natural and man made environments. Topics include creating awareness of light and its function along with learning techniques for exposing under many different lighting conditions. • Plus 4 hours laboratory TBA per week 14117 001 2:00-3:50P T Lester, Clifford TE1-214 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: This course is expressly designed for, but not limited to, students with permanent disability. This course is designed for student’s with a disability. The class will emphasize modified individual and team sport activities. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12386 001 10:00-11:20A TR Pinkham, Bill G1-101 PHOT 298EC Adv. Digital Capture Workflow 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course will allow students to work hands on with 35mm and 21⁄4 digital camera systems, building upon the skills learned in Digital Capture Workflow course. Practical application of tethered photography in conjunction with Adobe Lightroom will be the focus, as students learn how to handle themselves professionally as a photographer or digital tech. • Plus four hours laboratory TBA per week • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 14118 001 9:00-10:50A T Lester, Clifford TE1-214 PE 102 C Yoga 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU An overview course in yoga emphasizing breathing and deep relaxation techniques to reduce stress, improve concentration, circulation, flexibility and muscle tone, and unify mind, body and spirit. 14370 100 6:30-7:50P TR Trifiletti, Carol 1 G2-123 PE 105 C Badminton ⁄2 Unit PHYSICAL EDUCATION LEGEND BBF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G1-101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G1-102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G2-122 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCKCTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SBF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOCCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TE2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TRACK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WESTMLN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baseball Field Gymnasium 1 Fitness Lab Gymnasium 2 West Field (near TC) Linbrook Bowl Swimming Pool Rock City Softball Field Soccer Field Tennis Courts Tech Ed II Track Westminster Lanes Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This is a course in the fundamental skills of badminton with emphasis on position to play and strategy for singles, doubles and mixed doubles, which will include rules, etiquette, drills and class competition. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11441 001 11:00-12:20P F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 13746 100 7:00-8:20P M The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. Nguyen, Long Ford, Michael G1-101 G1-101 PE 108 C Bowling 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course teaches the fundamental skills of bowling with emphasis on form, terminology and scoring. Facility use fee required (paid throughout the semester at the facility). May be taken for credit 4 times. 11428 601 9:00-11:50A F Ransom, Alan First class meeting will be held in TE2-110, thereafter at Linbrook Bowl, 201 Brookhurst, Anaheim. 11998 603 12:30-3:20P R Pickler, Brad First class meeting will be held in TE2-110, thereafter at Linbrook Bowl, 201 Brookhurst, Anaheim. 11412 600 4:00-6:50P M Pickler, Brad First class meeting will be held in TE2-110, thereafter at Linbrook Bowl, 201 Brookhurst, Anaheim. LIN LIN LIN FOR BODY CONDITIONING AND STRETCH & RELAXATION — SEE DANCE PE 109 C Futsal (Indoor Soccer) 1 Unit 1 Unit PE 100 C Adaptive P.E. - Weight Training Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class will provide instruction and practice in techniques of futsal (indoor soccer). May be taken for credit 4 times. 11823 100 7:00-9:50P W Kephart, Edward G1-101 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: This course is expressly designed for, but not limited to, students with permanent disability. This course is designed to give students with a disability the opportunity to participate in resistive exercises with weights. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11429 001 11:30-12:50P TR Pinkham, Bill G1-102 PE 114 C Cardiovascular Conditioning 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class is designed to provide an individualized exercise program for the student interested in achieving physical fitness through a program of cardiovascular conditioning. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14361 100 6:00-7:20P TR Valdez, Minerva TRACK-1 Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday Transportation Policy: Some classes may be conducted off campus. Unless you are specifically advised otherwise, you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to and from the class site. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 115 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM PE 115 C Golf-Beginning 1 Unit PE 135 C Swimming - Intermediate/Advanced ⁄2 to 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course emphasizes the basic fundamentals of golf, including rules, etiquette and terminology. Facility use fee required. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12175 002 11:00-1:50P F Bedard, Dana TRACK-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Demonstrate ability to swim Development of skills in competitive swimming strokes. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11080 001 8:00-9:20A MW The above class is a one unit course. 12393 006 9:00-10:20A F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12389 005 12:30-1:50P TR The above class is a one unit course. 11724 100 6:00-7:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. Beidler, Larry Nguyen, Long Roberts, Paul Nguyen, Long POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 PE 119 C Gymnastics-Tumbling 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed to give the student concentrated instruction and practice in the skills of tumbling, floor exercises, and vaulting skills. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12692 002 11:30-12:50P TR Rubino, Kenneth G1-102 PE 121 C Walking for Fitness 1 Unit PE 136 C Springboard Diving 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will emphasize walking for health and fitness for men and women who are interested in instruction and practice of cardiovascular walking. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11114 001 10:30-11:50A TR 12732 101 6:00-7:20P TR Welliver, Nancy Valdez, Minerva TRACK-1 TRACK-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must be able to swim This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of springboard diving. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12405 001 11:00-12:20P MW Beidler, Larry POOL-1 PE 139 C Tennis 1 Unit PE 122 C Surfing 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The course will place emphasis on tennis fundamentals including forehand, backhand and serve. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13320 002 13738 101 11802 102 9:00-11:50A F 6:00-8:50P T 6:00-8:50P R Chang. Andrew Benito, Jeffrey Benito, Jeffrey TC-1 TC-1 TC-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Demonstrate ability to swim Introduction and practice in the essential skills of paddling, wave selection, etiquette and water safety for long board and short board riding. Transportation will not be furnished. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11084 001 8:00-10:50A F Beidler, Larry POOL-1 PE 141 C Specialized Tennis Skills 1 Unit PE 129 C Step Aerobics 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class is designed for students desiring instruction from intermediate to advanced tennis. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13961 100 6:00-8:50P T Benito, Jeffrey TC-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course provides aerobic development through coordinated stepping movements performed to music. The class will emphasize cardiovascular improvement, muscle development and decreased body fat. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11111 13318 11077 11999 11480 003 8:00-9:20A MW 002 9:30-10:50A MW 001 11:00-12:20P MW 005 11:00-12:20P TR 100 5:00-6:20P MW Mohr, Margaret Haley, Denise Sumlin, Alycia Haley, Denise Vanherk, Tracy 1 PE 142 C Mountaineering/Rock Climbing 1 Unit G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for those students wishing to develop beginning through advanced skills in mountaineering/ rock climbing. Facility use fee required, to be paid throughout the semester at the facility. May be taken for credit 4 times. 12391 600 6:00-8:50P W Van Voorhis, Richard RCKCTY First class meeting will be held in G2-208, thereafter at Rock City, 5100 E. La Palma Avenue, Unit 108, Anaheim. PE 134 C Swimming ⁄2 to 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Basic instruction and practice in the fundamental elements of swimming. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11082 001 8:00-9:20A TR The above class is a one unit course. 11860 008 9:00-10:20A F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 11483 005 11:00-12:20P TR The above class is a one unit course. 11492 009 12:30-1:50P TR The above class is a one unit course. 11466 100 6:00-7:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. Beidler, Larry Nguyen, Long Beidler, Larry Roberts, Paul Nguyen, Long POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 PE 144 C Volleyball 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The course will include teaching of the basic skills of volleyball with emphasis on strategy and rules. In-class competition will be offered. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11435 001 10:00-12:50P F 11438 100 6:00-8:50P M Welliver, Nancy Sestito, Teresa G2-122 G2-122 PE 145 C Volleyball - Intermediate/Advanced 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will provide advanced skill development and strategies. Players will be given opportunities to practice techniques in games. May be taken for credit 2 times. 12002 001 10:00-12:50P F 12190 102 6:00-8:50P M Welliver, Nancy Sestito, Teresa G2-122 G2-122 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 116 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM PE 149 C Swim for Fitness ⁄2 to 1 Unit PE 161 C Body Conditioning/Fitness 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Demonstrate ability to swim This course will emphasize swimming for health and physical fitness. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11081 001 8:00-9:20A MW The above class is a one unit course. 11083 002 8:00-9:20A TR The above class is a one unit course. 11861 007 9:00-10:20A F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 13306 003 11:00-12:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. 11484 008 11:00-12:20P TR The above class is a one unit course. 11493 009 12:30-1:50P TR The above class is a one unit course. 11467 100 6:00-7:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. Beidler, Larry Beidler, Larry Nguyen, Long Beidler, Larry Beidler, Larry Roberts, Paul Nguyen, Long POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 POOL-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for students to participate in a comprehensive fitness program which includes stretching, cardiovascular and strengthening exercises. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13313 001 9:30-10:50A TR 13732 002 10:00-11:20A MW 13315 100 6:30-7:50P MW Beidler, Larry Welliver, Nancy Vanherk, Tracy G2-123 G1-101 G2-123 PE 162 C Conditioning for Athletes 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for individualized instruction and practice in the areas of weight training, weight lifting, anaerobic and aerobic fitness, and flexibility for competition in various intercollegiate sports. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13730 001 12:30-1:50P MW Pickler, Scott 1 BBF-1 PE 163 C Kick-Boxing ⁄2 to 1 Unit PE 152 C Fitness Training Lab 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Instruction in forms of kick-boxing that stress cardiovascular endurance, strength development, and improved flexibility. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14472 109 8:00-9:20A TR The above class is a one unit course. 11495 001 8:00-9:20A F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12731 006 9:30-10:50A F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12387 003 11:00-12:20P F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12729 005 12:30-1:50P TR The above class is a one unit course. Tyler, Darcy Coliflores, Vicmar Coliflores, Vicmar Coliflores, Vicmar Jackson, Michael Coliflores, Vicmar Jackson, Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson, Michael Coliflores, Vicmar Coliflores, Vicmar Coliflores, Vicmar Coliflores, Vicmar G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 G2-123 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed so that workouts can be scheduled any time the lab is open. Circuit training has proven especially beneficial for people not interested in competitive weight training but desiring good muscle tone and cardiovascular fitness. May be taken for credit 4 times. NOTE: Flexible hours and variable units • ORIENTATION IS REQUIRED - Students must attend one hour between 7am and 9pm the first day of classes 11434 001 8/17-12/8 Rubino, Kenneth HOURS OF OPERATION: M-Thur: From 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Friday: From 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. 13772 300 10/19-12/8 Rubino, Kenneth HOURS OF OPERATION: M-Thur: From 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Friday: From 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. G1-102 G1-102 13316 007 12:30-1:50P F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 13317 008 12:30-1:50P MW The above class is a one unit course. 12003 002 2:00-3:20P TR The above class is a one unit course. 12728 004 2:00-3:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. 11791 100 8:00-9:20P M The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12004 101 8:00-9:20P W The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12040 102 8:00-9:20P T The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 12046 103 8:00-9:20P R The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. PE 156 C Power Training 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is an open laboratory experience for those people who want to get maximal physical return for a limited time invested. This class is designed to provide instruction and supervision of students with individualized power training programs using free weights. May be taken for credit 4 times. NOTE: Flexible hours and variable units. • ORIENTATION IS REQUIRED - Students must attend one hour between 7am-9pm the first day of classes 12449 001 8/17-12/8 Rubino, Kenneth HOURS OF OPERATION: M-Thur: From 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Friday: From 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. 13773 300 10/19-12/8 Rubino, Kenneth HOURS OF OPERATION: M-Thur: From 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Friday: From 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. G1-102 PE 170 C Self Defense 1 Unit G1-102 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Course will include instruction in personal safety and self- defense techniques through scenario and martial arts training. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11461 001 2:00-3:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. Jackson, Michael G2-123 SEMESTER GRADES are to be submitted by the instructor no later than 5 days after the final. Security escorts are available for anyone who would like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Security at 714-484-7387. (Per Academic Senate and Admissions and Records Guidelines) R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 117 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PE 171 C Soccer 1 Unit PE 203 C Basketball-Men 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This class will provide instruction and practice in the techniques of soccer for women. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11474 100 1:00-2:20P MW Toda, Jill SOCCER-SOUTH PE 172 C Softball 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11087 001 3:30-5:20P MTWRF Bottiaux, Paul G1-101 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will emphasize basic skills of women’s softball including techniques, strategies of offense and defense, rules and terminology. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11410 001 12:30-3:20P M Pickler, Brad SBF-1 PE 204 C Basketball-Women 2 Units PE 178 C Core Strength & Stability 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for students to participate in a comprehensive fitness program which includes stretching and core strengthening exercises using stability balls, hand weights and tubing. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13307 001 13314 100 9:30-10:50A TR 5:00-6:20P TR Beidler, Larry Trifiletti, Carol 1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11118 001 3:30-5:20P MTWRF Mohr, Margaret G2-122 G2-123 G2-123 PE 207 C Soccer-Women 2 Units PE 180 C Baseball ⁄2 to 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will include instruction in the fundamental skills of baseball with emphasis on techniques, game strategy and the correct methods to play the game. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13878 001 2:00-3:20P MW The above class is a one unit course. 11417 100 4:00-5:20P T The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. Pickler, Scott Mahoney, Lawrence BBF-1 BBF-1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 3 times. 11475 001 2:30-4:20P MTWRF Toda, Jill SOCCER-SOUTH PE 209 C Soccer-Men 2 Units PE 181 C Basketball 1 ⁄2 to 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will include instruction in the fundamental skills of basketball with an emphasis on strategy and team play. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11442 003 8:00-10:50A F The above class is a one unit course. 12694 001 12:30-1:50P F The above class is a 1⁄2 unit course. 13323 100 6:00-8:50P T The above class is a one unit course. Tucker, Scott Nguyen, Long Webber, Joseph G1-101 G1-101 G2-122 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 3 times. 11078 001 3:30-5:20P MTWRF Kephart, Edward SOCCER-SOUTH PE 218 C Volleyball-Women 2 Units PE 184 C Dodgeball 1 Unit Transfer: UC/CSU This is a course in the fundamental skills of dodgeball with emphasis on strategy and teamwork in traditional dodgeball and its variations. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14378 001 12:00-1:20P MW Wang, Teresa G1-101 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 3 times. 11436 001 1:00-2:50P MTWRF Welliver, Nancy G2-122 PE 219 C Water Polo 2 Units Email Address — Update! Did you know that many departments send out important information via email? Verify and update your current email address online through myGateway. Don’t miss out — Be informed! = Honors = Hybrid = Online Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Commission on Athletics eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 3 times. 11477 001 2:00-3:50P MTWRF Roberts, Paul POOL-1 = Teacher Prep = UTAP 118 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PE 220 C Wheelchair Basketball 2 Units PE 236 C Prev & Care/Athletic Injuries 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: This course is expressly designed for, but not limited to, students with permanent disability. Weekly practice or a minimum of four hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11491 100 7:00-8:50P TR Silgailis, Steve G1-101 Transfer: UC/CSU This course is designed for future athletic trainers, coaches, and physical therapists in the field of sports medicine. 12193 100 6:00-10:50P T Tucker, Scott TE2-110 PE 240 C Sports Officiating 3 Units PE 231 C Elementary School Movement-P E 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed to acquaint the prospective elementary school teachers with physical education programs in grades K-6. 11440 001 12:00-1:50P TR Mohr, Margaret G2-204 Transfer: UC/CSU This class provides practical experience, with an emphasis on knowledge and interpretation of rules of sporting events. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11432 100 5:00-6:50P M LAB 1:00-2:50P F Pinkham, Bill Pinkham, Bill G2-204 BBF-1 PE 234 C Contemporary Personal Health 3 Units PE 244 C Human Performance 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Course explores advances in medical science as they relate to personal health and dispels myths and misconceptions. 11094 001 12392 003 9:30-10:50A MW 9:30-10:50A TR Beidler, Larry Nguyen, Long G2-204 G2-204 Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides guidelines for lifetime fitness using a combined approach of exercise physiology, nutrition and biomechanics. 11086 001 8:00-9:20A MW Bottiaux, Paul G2-204 13340 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Clem, Lori ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. 12696 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Clem, Lori ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. PE 247 C Sports Management 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course consists of how to organize, manage, plan, staff, direct, and control a sports program. 11420 001 8:00-12:50P F Pickler, Scott G2-204 PE 250 C Sport and United States Society 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course examines sport in the United States society and how various ethnic and under-represented groups have influenced sport participation at the local, state and national levels. 12171 100 6:00-8:50P T Mohr, Margaret G2-204 12733 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Vanherk, Tracy ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current e-mail address in MyGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. PE 235 C First Aid, CPR and Emergencies 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course includes the theory and implementation of the skills necessary in response to an emergency. Successful completion of the course will qualify the student for the American Red Cross “Responding to Emergencies” First Aid Certificate, Adult, Child and infant CPR Certificates, and Automated Extern Defibrillation Certificate. Costs may include materials for the construction of a First Aid Kit. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11497 12695 11463 11079 13322 007 9:30-10:50A MW 003 12:00-2:50P T 005 2:30-3:50P MW 100 6:00-8:50P R 101 6:00-8:50P M Okamoto, Charisse Carrero, Marisol Okamoto, Charisse Blas, Dennis Benito, Jeffrey TE2-110 TE2-110 TE2-110 TE2-110 TE2-110 PE 267 C Theory of Coaching Baseball 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course includes the study of various aspects of coaching baseball. The emphasis of the class will be on the theory of how to organize a baseball program, develop individual skills, and coach offensive and defensive team work. 13311 001 3:30-5:20P M LAB 3:30-6:20P W Pickler, Scott Pickler, Scott BBF-1 BBF-1 Make Sure to Attend the First Class Meeting! Attendance at the first meeting of a class is recommended because of enrollment demands. Any student not reporting to the first class meeting may be dropped from the roster. DEADLINES To comply with state reporting requirements, certain deadlines have been established for adding/dropping/refunds for classes. Please refer to the deadlines listed in this Class Schedule. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday 119 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PE 280 C Professional Activities: Baseball 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed to emphasize the learning of skills and fundamentals of the game of baseball. May be taken for credit 2 times. 13731 LS1 1:00-1:40P TR 9/8-11/24 Pickler, Scott LAB 1:41-3:05P TR 9/8-11/24 Pickler, Scott Last day to add: 09/22; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/22; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. BBF-1 BBF-1 Got STEM? What is the new STEM Program? A $1.2 million grant to increase participation, success, and transfer of underrepresented students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. How can I benefit in Fall 2009? • Enroll in PHSC 299 C Physical Science Independent Study: Class starts Wed., Sept 9th 4:305:45pm in SEM-124. CRN#14099 • This course will introduce you to most areas of STEM: We’ll have a different guest speaker each week. Your goal is to learn about STEM careers, and choose one. • You will develop a cohort group for peer support and classroom success. • You will learn how to enroll in our 2010 Summer Research Internship at CSUF, CSULB, and UCI. For more information, contact Ron Armale at (714) 484-7000 x48638 or email at [email protected] *This program is funded by the Federal College Cost Reduction and Access Act Hispanic Servicing Institutions (STEM) Grant awarded to Cypress College. PE 281 C Pro Activities: Basketball 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course includes a comprehensive analysis of the principles of movement, motor skills, and strategy concepts used in basketball. May be taken for credit 2 times. 12485 001 2:00-3:20P MW Bottiaux, Paul Mohr, Margaret Mohr, Margaret G2-204 G2-204 G2-204 14301 100 5:00-5:50P T LAB 5:00-5:50P WR PE 282 C Pro Activities: Softball 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for physical education and recreation majors. The course will emphasize development and improvement of fundamental skills, including strategy, team organization, rules and instructional procedures. May be taken for credit 2 times. 11415 001 12:30-3:20P W Pickler, Brad 1 SBF-1 PE 299 C Physical Education - Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students who wish to gain experience in teaching physical education classes or to increase knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. 11545 400 8/17-12/17 Henry, Diane G2-107A To add above class, see the Physical Education Office Manager, G2-107. 12851 401 10/19-12/17 Henry, Diane G2-107A To add this class, see the Physical Education Office Manager, G2-107. Last day to add: 10/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. PHSC 299 C Physical Sciences Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for able students who have demonstrated interest and capability for increased knowledge of physical science through individual study, small group discussion conferences, or special laboratory project work. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14099 401 4:30-5:45P W 9/9-12/9 Armale, Ron SEM-124 The above section is part of the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) Grant and is funded by the Federal College Cost Reduction and Access Act Hispanic-Serving Institutions. This course will introduce you to career opportunities in most areas of STEM. Instructors and guest speakers will present different topics each week, providing you with the opportunity to explore your interests. Career counselors will help you develop you educational goal as you build relationships with a peer group with similiar interest. Together, you will learn how to succeed in your STEM courses and learn about exciting summer research opportunities. When registering, please select 1 unit variable. Please contact Ron Armale at [email protected] for more information. Last day to add: 09/23; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/23; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 12606 400 8/17-12/17 Castle, Victoria To add the above section, see Victoria Castle in room SEM-229 or email her at [email protected] PHYSICAL SCIENCE PHSC 104 C Physical Science for Teachers 4 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C This non-majors course will explore fundamental concepts in physical science. Topics include global warming, kitchen chemistry, the automobile, atoms, energy, geology, and astronomy. Students will work in small project teams to investigate natural phenomena. 12206 001 8:00-10:50A T Staff SEM-112 LAB 8:00-10:50A R Staff SEM-112 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. The above class is also part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. Purchasing an AS Benefits Card . . . Gets YOU great benefits and discounts for food, entertainment, and other services! $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 120 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PHYSICS PHYS 130 C Principles of Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C with a grade of “C” or better. This course provides an introduction of the basic concepts, principles, and laws of physics with major emphasis upon their practical importance and application towards understanding natural phenomena. 10877 002 9:00-10:20A TR LAB 10:30-1:20P T 10878 001 10:30-11:50A MW LAB 1:00-3:50P W 10879 100 6:00-8:50P M LAB 6:00-8:50P W 11644 101 6:15-9:05P T LAB 6:15-9:05P R Staff Staff Armale, Ron Armale, Ron Little, Darlene Little, Darlene Frey, Mike Frey, Mike SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 SEM-106 PHYS 211 C Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: PHYS 210 C with a grade of “C” or better and completion of, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150BC This course is the second half of a two-semester (PHYS 210 C and PHYS 211 C) that covers topics in electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics for students majoring in the life sciences. 14029 001 10:45-12:05P MW Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 LAB 12:30-3:20P M Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-105 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. PHYS 221 C General Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: PHYS 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” (or high school physics with a minimum grade of “B”); and MATH 150AC with a minimum grade of “C”, and completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150BC Mechanics, oscillations, properties of matter, and fluids. Requires knowledge of differential and integral calculus. 10880 001 12:30-1:50P TR Volz, Donald SEM-112 LAB 2:00-4:50P R Volz, Donald SEM-112 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 13435 100 6:15-9:05P T LAB 6:15-9:05P R Khachatourian, Armik Khachatourian, Armik SEM-112 SEM-112 PHYS 201 C College Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 142 C and PHYS 130 C, with grades of “C” or better This is the first course in a two-semester physics program designed primarily for students majoring in biological, sciences, medical/dental fields, architecture, agriculture, psychology, law, and similiar professional fields. 10882 001 9:00-10:20A MW Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 LAB 12:30-3:20P W Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. PHYS 222 C General Physics 4 Units PHYS 202 C College Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 150BC and PHYS 221 C with grades of “C” or better; MATH 250AC recommended This is another course in the three-semester introductory physics program for students planning to major in physics, chemistry, geology, engineering (all specializations), mathematics and related fields. 14021 001 2:00-3:20P TR LAB 3:30-6:20P R Subramaniam, Brinda Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-113 SEM-105 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: PHYS 201 C with a grade of “C” or better This is the second course in a two-semester physics program designed primarily for students majoring in biological sciences, medical/dental fields, architecture, agriculture, psychology, law and similar professional fields. 14028 001 10:45-12:05P MW Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 LAB 12:30-3:20P M Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-105 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. PHYS 223 C General Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: PHYS 221 C and MATH 150BC, with grades of “C” or better This is another course in the three-semester introductory physics program for students planning to major in physics, chemistry, geology, engineering (all specializations), mathematics and other related fields. 10881 001 11:00-12:20P TR LAB 2:00-4:50P T Armale, Ron Armale, Ron SEM-112 SEM-112 PHYS 210 C Physics 4 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: PHYS 130 C or High School Physics and MATH 150AC, with grades of “C” or better, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150AC. This course is the first half of a calculus-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 210 C/211 C) that covers topics in classical mechanics for students majoring in the life sciences. 10883 001 9:00-10:20A MW Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 LAB 12:30-3:20P W Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. WYM? What’s Your Major? If you don’t know . . . don’t delay! Visit the CAREER PLANNING CENTER Today! Located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (714) 484-7120 www.cypresscollege.edu/services/cpc Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 121 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM POLITICAL SCIENCE POSC 100 C United States Government 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course covers the political theories and practices of United States Government at national, state and local levels. Duplicate credit not granted for POSC 100HC. 10141 001 8:00-9:20A MW Badal, Gloria CCCE-5-10 13262 LS1 9:00-12:15P F 9/4-12/11 Petri, Michael CCCE-5-10 Last day to add: 09/18; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/18; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/13; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. 10147 10152 10153 10155 003 9:30-10:50A MW 004 9:30-10:50A TR 005 11:00-12:20P MW 006 11:00-12:20P TR Mathews, Eapen Peter Badal, Gloria Mathews, Eapen Peter Mathews, Eapen Peter CCCE-5-10 CCCE-5-10 CCCE-5-10 CCCE-5-10 POSC 120 C Political Theory 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of Western political theory from ancient Greece to the Modern Age. 12418 001 8:00-9:20A TR Badal, Gloria CCCE-5-10 POSC 209 C Urban Politics 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU This course is a concentrated study of urban America with particular emphasis on racial, ethnic, age and class issues. 14261 001 9:30-10:50A TR Mathews, Eapen Peter FA-125 POSC 299 C Political Science Independent Study 1 Unit 11934 LS2 12:30-1:55P TR 9/1-12/17 Eperjesi, Kevin CCCE-5-10 Last day to add: 09/17; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/17; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. 10156 008 2:00-3:20P MW Mathews, Eapen Peter CCCE-5-10 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13164 400 8/17-12/17 Badal, Gloria CCCE-5-10 To add the above class, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. 10163 009 2:00-3:20P TR Eperjesi, Kevin CCCE-5-10 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this Schedule for more information. 10169 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Petri, Michael CCCE-5-10 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 14262 100 10180 101 11966 OL1 6:30-9:20P M 6:30-9:20P T Matthews, Craig Eperjesi, Kevin CCCE-5-10 CCCE-5-10 PORTUGUESE PORT 102 C Elementary Portuguese II 5 Units Transfer: CSU, UC UC/CSU Prereq: PORT 101 C Elementary Portuguese I with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school Portuguese with a grade of “C” or better. The course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history of Brazil and Portugal. • Five hours lecture and one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14466 100 6:00-8:20P MW Oliveira, Antonio BUS-116 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Petri, Michael 6:00-7:50P R (8/20) Petri, Michael CCCE-5-10 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires an on-campus Orientation meeting on Thursday, August 20. The remainder of the class will be entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. 12591 OL2 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Badal, Gloria ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN PT 110 C Nursing Science I 7 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Acceptance in to the Psychiatric Technology Program This course introduces the basic principles and concepts of health care. Scientific principles of nursing care are introduced. 14167 200 7:00-12:05P W 8/31-10/22 Marquardt, Marcus TE3-311 7:00-11:50A R 8/31-10/22 Staff TE3-311 LAB 6:30-3:15P MT 8/31-10/22 Staff HOSP LAB 12:15-1:05P W 8/31-10/22 Staff TE3-311 The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/09; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/09; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/08; Last day to drop for refund: 09/02. POSC 101 C Gender and American Politics 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is an introduction to the study of American politics at the national, state, and local levels with an emphasis on the role of gender. Women’s involvement in politics before and after women acquired the right to vote will be analyzed and addressed from different racial, class, and ethnic perspectives. Duplicate credit not granted for POSC 100 C or POSC 100HC. 13166 LS1 9:30-10:55A MW 8/31-12/16 Badal, Gloria Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Does Admissions and Records have your correct address and phone number? Log onto myGateway and update this information by clicking on the Personal Information link. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 122 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PT 115 C Nursing Science II - Lecture 7 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: PT 110 C This course explores the disease process of medical/ surgical conditions relative to etiology, pathology and treatment modalities. 14168 300 7:00-12:10P WR 10/26-12/17 Franks, Joseph TE3-311 LAB 6:30-2:35P MT 10/26-12/17 Roman, Rogelio HOSP LAB 12:30-3:40P W 10/26-12/17 Staff TE3-311 The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 11/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/07; Last day to drop for refund: 10/28. PSYCHOLOGY PSY 101 C General Psychology 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a scientific consideration of the psychological foundations of behavior. 10786 10787 10790 10791 10794 10795 10798 10800 10802 001 002 009 003 004 005 006 007 008 8:00-9:20A 8:00-9:20A 8:00-10:50A 9:30-10:50A 9:30-10:50A 11:00-12:20P 11:00-12:20P 12:30-1:50P 12:30-1:50P MW TR F MW TR MW TR MW TR Anderson, Erin Wise, Bonnie Bedard, Dana Johnson, Susan Sandoval, Carlos Anderson, Erin Young, Brandy Sandoval, Carlos Young, Brandy MOD-4 MOD-4 MOD-4 HUM-131 HUM-131 MOD-4 MOD-4 FA-126 MOD-4 MOD-4 PT 120 C Developmental Disabilities I - Lecture 71⁄2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: PT 115 C and PSY 139 C Students learn how to teach self-help and independent living skills to persons with developmental disabilities. 14169 200 7:00-11:50A WR 8/31-10/22 Blilie, Jeannie TE3-316 LAB 6:30-3:50P MT 8/31-10/22 Ramos, Jaime HOSP LAB 12:30-3:40P W 8/31-10/22 Ramos, Jaime TE3-316 The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/09; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/09; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/08; Last day to drop for refund: 09/02. 12174 LS1 12:30-1:55P MW 8/31-12/16 Suh, Ky Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 12042 301 2:00-5:10P TR 10/20-12/17 Garcia, Claudia Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 12176 302 2:00-4:50P MW 10/19-12/16 Gelhart, Heather Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 10806 100 10807 102 6:30-9:20P R 7:00-9:50P W Alegre, Ignacio Suh, Ky MOD-4 PT 125 C Developmental Disabilities II - Lecture 61⁄2 Units MOD-4 Transfer: CSU Prereq: PT 120 C This course studies the causes and prevention of developmental disabilities. The clinical application of the principles of behavior modification is stressed. 14171 300 7:00-2:55P R 10/26-12/17 Marquardt, Marcus TE3-316 LAB 6:30-2:35P MTW 10/26-12/17 Ramos, Jaime HOSP The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 11/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/07; Last day to drop for refund: 10/28. MOD-4 MOD-4 PT 130 C Mental Disabilities I - Lecture 61⁄2 Units 12700 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Martinez, Randy ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, YOU MUST enter your correct e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12717 OL2 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Martinez, Randy ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, YOU MUST enter your correct e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. Transfer: CSU Prereq: PT 125 C Emphasis is placed on assessment and intervention of the chronically hospitalized individual. 14172 200 7:00-2:00P R 8/31-10/22 Boyce, Jane TE3-315 LAB 6:30-3:05P MTW 8/31-10/22 Franks, Joseph HOSP The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 09/09; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/09; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/08; Last day to drop for refund: 09/02. PT 135 C Mental Disabilities II - Lecture 71⁄2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: PT 130 C This course prepares the student to intervene at the primary and secondary level of treatment in the care of individuals with mental disabilities. 14173 300 7:00-12:10P WR 10/26-12/17 Boyce, Jane TE3-315 LAB 6:30-3:30P MT 10/26-12/17 Blilie, Jeannie HOSP LAB 12:30-2:50P W 10/26-12/17 Staff TE3-315 The above course includes a 30 minute mid-day break. Last day to add: 11/03; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 11/03; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/07; Last day to drop for refund: 10/28. PSY 101HC Honors General Psychology 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for English 100 C This course, enriched for honors students, uses various learning methods and experiences to examine and critique theory and research on human cognition, emotion, and behavior. Duplicate credit not granted for PSY 101 C. 13638 001 2:00-3:20P MW Suh, Ky CCCE-2-6 VERIFY YOUR Visit us on the WEB! www.CypressCollege.edu M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday ENROLLMENT Did you know? You can verify your class schedule throughout the term by accessing myGateway. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 123 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PSY 110 C Applied Psychology 3 Units PSY 161 C 4 Units Probability & Statistics - Social Science (same as SOC 161 C) Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or 2 years of high school Algebra with grades of “C” or better This introduction to basic statistical concepts uses computer applications and traditional methods to analyze data and problems in the social sciences. Students who receive credit for this course may not receive credit for MATH 120 C 11399 12404 13635 13259 001 9:30-11:20A MW 002 9:30-11:20A TR 003 11:30-1:20P MW 100 6:00-9:50P M Martinez, Randy Martinez, Randy Martinez, Randy Anderson, Erin CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 Transfer: CSU This course examines how psychology relates to everyday living in such areas as interpersonal relationships, sexuality, career-related experiences, and stress and mental health. 10808 001 9:30-10:50A TR Johnson, Susan BUS-308 PSY 120 C Human Sexuality (same as SOC 120 C) 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an overview of the psychological, sociological and psychobiological aspects of human sexuality. 11159 11379 11383 11384 11385 001 002 003 004 100 11:00-12:20P 11:00-12:20P 12:30-1:50P 12:30-1:50P 6:30-9:20P MW TR MW TR M Johnson, Susan/Dedic, James Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin Johnson, Susan/Dedic, James Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 PSY 215 C Parenting Skills 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed to build realistic expectations in parenting. Students will acquire parenting skills and deal constructively with varied aspects of child rearing. 11401 001 11:00-12:20P TR Wise, Bonnie CCCE10-13 PSY 139 C Developmental Psychology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social and physical growth patterns from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11394 001 9:30-10:50A TR 11395 002 9:30-10:50A MW 12444 005 12:30-1:50P TR Wise, Bonnie Sandoval, Carlos Sandoval, Carlos MOD-4 MOD-4 MOD-1 MOD-3 PSY 221 C The Brain and Behavior 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: PSY 101 C with a grade of “C” or better. This course examines the brain and other neurophysiological systems associated with mental process and behavior. 13184 001 12:30-1:50P TR Martinez, Randy MOD-3 12451 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Martell, Marla Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. 12718 100 11396 101 5:45-8:35P W 7:00-9:50P T Garcia, Claudia Martell, Marla PSY 222 C Abnormal Psychology 3 Units SNTANA MOD-4 11397 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Sandoval, Carlos ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: PSY 101 C with a grade of “C” or better This course is a systematic study of psychopathology. It is concerned with the expression on counterproductive, maladaptive, and disruptive behavior. 11804 OL1 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Sandoval, Carlos ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. “IMAGINE TEACHING” CYPRESS COLLEGE If you can imagine yourself working in a classroom setting, assisting a teacher, helping students of all ages, being part of a team, and discovering the joys of becoming a school teacher, then this program is for you! Look for the classes with the apple next to it. Get Excited About Learning! Try Human Sexuality Class PSY 120 C or SOC 120 C Paraprofessional Programs …Going Places in Teaching Please call Connie Legaspi or Dennis Davino at (714) 484-7168 in FA-136 or the TP Counselor Velia Lawson at (714) 484-7179 or visit the website at www.CypressCollege.edu/~tpp/ Teacher Preparation & = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 124 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PSY 237 C Cross-Cultural Relationships (same as SOC 237 C) 3 Units PSY 255 C Psychology of Aging (Same as HUSR 255 C) 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an introduction to the psychological factors involved in cross-cultural relationships including ethnic and racial differences. 11649 100 4:00-6:50P W Young, Brandy MOD-3 11653 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Young, Brandy ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 11652 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Young, Brandy ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: UC/CSU This multi-disciplinary course examines aging as an ongoing biological, psychosocial process. Ageism, myths of aging, physical health, mental health, caregiving and positive aging strategies are explored. Duplicate credit not granted for HUSR 255 C. 11657 100 7:00-9:50P T Dedic, James CCCE-1-1 PSY 299 C Psychology Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 13181 400 8/17-12/17 Martinez, Randy CCCE10-14 To add the above class, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: http://www.healthscience.CypressCollege.edu/workshops.php?page=3 PSY 240 C Child Development and Education 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course explores child development from conception through adolescence. Education and teaching issues related to children are highlighted. 12701 001 8:00-9:20A TR Garcia, Claudia The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. MOD-3 ULTRASOUND/MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY — Now known as Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and is located under this new name in the Catalog and the Class Schedules. PSY 251 C Social Psychology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU RADT 142 C Radiologic Electronics 4 Units Advisory: PSY 101 C with a grade of “C” or better This course examines the nature, causes and influences of social group situations on the individual (e.g., interpersonal attraction, prejudice/ discrimination, conformity/obedience, aggression/group dynamics). 12617 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Young, Brandy ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to http:// www.cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Transfer: CSU This is an introductory course for students preparing for courses in radiologic technology and medical sonography. 11265 001 10:00-11:50A TR Parelli, Robert TE3-309 11761 LS1 4:00-8:15P T 9/1-12/15 Mitts, Teri TE3-309 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. RADT 146 C Introduction to Radiography 4 Units Transfer: CSU This course includes history of radiology, fundamentals of darkroom procedure, x-ray film characteristics, radiographic equipment and accessories, principles of radiation protection, and terminology. 11991 001 8:00-9:50A TR Parelli, Robert TE3-309 14174 LS1 4:00-8:30P M 9/2-12/16 Mitts, Teri TE3-315 Last day to add: 09/16; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/16; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/18; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. Psychology of Aging PSY/HUSR 255 C Wednesday (7-9:50PM) — Fall Only Explore Your Future UC/CSU, AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees are due and payable at the time of registration! They must be paid within 72 hours after registration or you MAY BE DROPPED from your classes. R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 125 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM RADT 148 C Radiologic Technology 4 Units RADT 260 C Fluoroscopy Permit Course (same as HSCE 260 C) 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission to Radiologic Technology program. This course offers a study of the principles of radiographic exposure, geometry of radiographic image, factors influencing radiographic quality, beam restricting and attenuation devices. • $50.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11266 001 8:00-10:50A M LAB 1:00-3:50P M 11267 003 8:00-10:50A M LAB 1:00-3:50P M 11268 004 8:00-10:50A M LAB 1:00-3:50P R 11269 005 8:00-10:50A M LAB 1:00-3:50P R Parelli, Robert Parelli, Robert Parelli, Robert De Anda, Kimberly Parelli, Robert Parelli, Robert Parelli, Robert Mitts, Teri TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current California Radiologic Technology Certification License This course will provide the kowledge of skills, attitude, and competencies to operate fluoroscopic equipment efficiently and safely. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13662 200 5:00-8:30P M 8/17-10/17 Parelli, Robert TE3-309 LAB 8:00-12:20P S 8/17-10/17 Parelli, Robert HOSP Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. RADT 262 C Cross-Sectional Imaging (same as HSCE 262 C) 1 Unit Transfer: CSU This course correlates knowledge and practice of diagnostic imaging with cross-sectional anatomy of the skull, thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 11763 200 6:00-7:50P T 8/18-10/13 Griswold, Jack TE3-315 Last day to add: 08/25; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/25; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/29; Last day to drop for refund: 09/18. RADT 150 C Radiologic Positioning 5 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Admission to the Radiologic Technology program. This course offers positioning nomenclature, positioning methods for the upper and lower extremities, pelvis, chest, and abdomen exams. • $50.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11270 001 8:00-11:50A W LAB 1:00-3:50P T 11271 003 8:00-11:50A W LAB 1:00-3:50P T 11273 005 8:00-11:50A W LAB 1:00-3:50P W 11272 004 8:00-11:50A W LAB 1:00-3:50P W Mitts, Teri Parelli, Robert Mitts, Teri Mitts, Teri Mitts, Teri Trittin, James Mitts, Teri Mitts, Teri TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 RADT 299 C Imaging Independent Study 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for capable students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Program or options of the program who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13192 401 8/17-12/17 Greico, Laura To add above Independent Study course, please see Laura Greico in Radiology Department for ADD CODE and contract. RADT 153 C Radiography Patient Care 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is a lecture/demonstration class designed to teach aseptic techniques and special procedures used by radiology personnel. Radiology major status recommended. 11992 801 11993 101 8:00-10:50A S 4:00-6:50P R Trittin, James Greico, Laura TE3-309 TE3-309 REAL ESTATE RE 101 C Real Estate Principles 3 Units Transfer: CSU This is a beginning course in real estate fundamentals and principles. This course fulfills the educational prerequisite for California state licensure. 11784 LS1 6:30-9:40P T 9/1-12/15 Warren, John BUS-316 Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/08. RADT 196 C Radiography - Selected Topics 1 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: RADT 251 C Current trends and new advances in diagnostic imaging will be selected for intensive class discussion. This course will support the student in the clinical internship phase. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14175 001 12:45-5:00P F (9/4) Griswold, Jack 12:45-5:00P F (10/2) De Anda, Kimberly 12:45-5:00P F (11/6) Griswold, Jack 12:45-5:00P F (12/4) Greico, Laura Last day to add: 09/04; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/04; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/06; Last day to drop for refund: 09/04. TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 TE3-309 Complete Your Real Estate Sales License Requirements at Cypress College Three real estate courses must be taken to apply for the California Real Estate Salesperson’s exam. After taking RE 101 C Real Estate Principles you can qualify by taking the following two courses: RE 201 C Real Estate Practices ACCT 101 C Financial Accounting RADT 255 C Radiologic Internship 8 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Satisfactory completion of RADT 254 C This course is offered as a clinical in-service training within a Department of Radiology in selected hospitals. May be taken for credit 2 times. • Clinical hours subject to rearrangement by hospital facility request 11274 601 8/17-12/17 Greico, Laura HOSP RE 201 C Real Estate Practice 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course focuses on developing an understanding of real estate transaction strategies and requirements for building a successful real estate career. 12007 100 7:00-9:50P W Bayer, Gregory BUS-316 = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 126 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM SOCIOLOGY SOC 101 C Introduction to Sociology 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course analyzes human societies and relationships through a study of cultural origins, personality development, social interaction, and social change. Duplicate credit not granted for SOC 101HC. 12161 11404 11403 11405 11406 11407 11408 11858 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 010 8:00-9:20A 8:00-9:20A 9:30-10:50A 9:30-10:50A 11:00-12:20P 11:00-12:20P 12:30-1:50P 12:30-1:50P MW TR MW TR MW TR MW TR Dedic, James Dedic, James Curiel, Larry Curiel, Larry Curiel, Larry Dedic, James Curiel, Larry Dedic, James CCCE-1-1 CCCE-1-1 HUM-136 CCCE-1-1 CCCE-1-1 CCCE-1-1 CCCE-1-1 CCCE-1-1 SOC 120 C Human Sexuality (same as PSY 120 C) 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an overview of the psychological, sociological and psychobiological aspects of human sexuality. 11386 11388 11390 11391 11393 001 002 003 004 100 11:00-12:20P 11:00-12:20P 12:30-1:50P 12:30-1:50P 6:30-9:20P MW TR MW TR M Johnson, Susan/Dedic, James Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin Johnson, Susan/Dedic, James Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin Johnson, Susan/Hackett, Justin HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 HUM-131 SOC 161 C 4 Units Probability & Statistics: Social Science (same as PSY 161 C) Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or 2 years high school Algebra with grades of “C” or better This introduction to basic statistical concepts uses computer applications and traditional methods to analyze data and problems in the social sciences. Students who receive credit for this course may not receive credit for MATH 120 C. 11400 12417 13637 13260 001 9:30-11:20A MW 002 9:30-11:20A TR 003 11:30-1:20P MW 100 6:00-9:50P M Martinez, Randy Martinez, Randy Martinez, Randy Anderson, Erin CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 CCCE10-14 11683 200 3:30-6:20P TR 8/18-10/15 Russo, Barbara BUS-118 Last day to add: 08/24; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/24; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 09/30; Last day to drop for refund: 08/19. 11680 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Russo, Barbara BUS-118 Last day to add: 10/26; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/26; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/02; Last day to drop for refund: 10/21. 11681 101 12702 102 6:30-9:20P T 6:30-9:20P W Russo, Barbara Rhymes, Regina BUS-118 BUS-118 12612 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Rhymes, Regina ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 12705 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Rhymes, Regina ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www. cypresscollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. SOC 215 C Parenting Skills (same as PSY 215 C) 3 Units Transfer: CSU This course is designed to build realistic expectations in parenting. Students will acquire parenting skills and deal constructively with varied aspects of child rearing. 11402 001 11:00-12:20P TR Wise, Bonnie CCCE10-13 Social Problems — SOC 102 C 2nd nine week session (3:30-6:20PM) Follow up to SOC 101 C. UC/CSU, AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC Explore & Better Understand A Troubled World SOC 102 C Social Problems 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Completion of SOC 101 C This course is an identification and analysis of selected contemporary social problems in American society and around the world. 13624 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Martinez, Sofia BUS-120 Last day to add: 10/27; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/27; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/22. ADD QUALITY TO YOUR LIFE! Student Responsibility to Drop Classes: If you decide not to attend classes for which you have registered, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday Try the Human Sexuality Class SOC or PSY 120 C S = Saturday U = Sunday 127 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM SOC 225 C Sociology of Women 3 Units SOC 277 C Sociology of Religion 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course covers an identification and analysis of the status of women in American society. Sociological issues pertinent to the conditions of women are examined. 11659 001 9:30-10:50A TR Rhymes, Regina CCCE-2-6 Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is an analysis of religion as a social institution. Emphasis is placed on religion’s influence on American society. 12616 001 11:00-12:20P TR Curiel, Larry CCCE-2-6 SOC 237 C Cross-Cultural Relationships (same as PSY 237 C) 3 Units SOC 292 C Introduction to Criminology (same as HUSR 292 C) 3 Units CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an introduction to the psychological factors involved in cross-cultural relationships including ethnic and racial differences. 11654 100 4:00-6:50P W Young, Brandy MOD-3 11656 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-10/18 Young, Brandy ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 08/28; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 08/28; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/03; Last day to drop for refund: 08/22. 11655 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Young, Brandy ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. Transfer: UC/CSU A scientific analysis of the nature, extent, and causes of violations of societal rules that are formally defined as crime and delinquency. 11658 001 11:00-12:20P TR Adams, Virgil FA-126 12441 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Esguerra, Tamatha ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. SOC 299 C Sociology Independent Study 1 Unit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13188 400 8/17-12/17 Dedic, James CCCE-1-1 To add the above class, please see the Social Science Division Office Manager. SOC 275 C Marriage and Family 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C. This course is a study of the sociological factors involved in family relationships, courtship, marital adjustments and parenthood. 11660 001 9:30-10:50A MW 12793 002 12:30-1:50P TR Adams, Virgil Rhymes, Regina FA-126 CCCE-2-6 12707 OL1 ONLINE 8/17-12/17 Rhymes, Regina ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into MyGateway as an active and preferred e-mail address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in MyGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/DistanceEducation. SOCIOLOGY OF WOMEN SOC 225 C Fall Semester Only Learn about women and their place in society! Meets UC/CSU, CSU/GE, IGETC requirements = Honors = Hybrid = Online Sociology of Religion Sociology 277 C TR 11:00-12:20 p.m. Meets UC/CSU and IGETC Requirements Instructor: Larry M. Curiel Why is the Continental Congress praying? Find out by taking Sociology of Religion = Teacher Prep = UTAP 128 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM SPANISH SPAN 053 C Basic Spoken Spanish 3 Units An introductory course emphasizing oral practice, pronunciation and vocabulary development. Designed to develop speaking and understanding of Spanish for everyday conversational situations. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10506 001 8:00-9:20A MW 10507 002 12:30-1:50P MW 10510 100 6:30-9:20P M Moran, Olga Trapp, Elizabeth Nikolaou, Ursula BUS-110 BUS-116 BUS-108 SPAN 102 C Elementary Spanish II 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: SPAN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school Spanish with a grade of “C” or better is recommended This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history of Spain and Latin America. Duplicate credit not given for SPAN 102HC. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10531 001 9:00-11:20A TR 10534 002 11:00-1:20P MW Moran, Olga Herrera, Edgar BUS-110 BUS-117 SPAN 101 C Elementary Spanish I 5 Units SPAN 200 C Conversational Spanish 2 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history of Spain and Latin America. Duplicate credit not given for SPAN 101HC. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10512 10514 10516 11960 10519 10521 10522 10523 10525 10528 001 002 003 008 004 007 006 100 102 103 7:30-9:50A 8:00-10:20A 10:00-12:20P 10:30-12:50P 11:30-1:50P 12:30-2:50P 1:00-3:20P 6:00-8:20P 7:00-9:20P 7:00-9:20P MW TR MW TR TR MW MW MW MW TR Herrera, Edgar Oliveira, Antonio Puma, Jessica Puma, Jessica Moran, Olga Puma, Jessica Oliveira, Antonio Zamora, Silvia Trapp, Elizabeth Zweig, Julie BUS-121 BUS-121 BUS-121 BUS-121 BUS-110 BUS-121 BUS-110 BUS-121 BUS-117 BUS-110 Transfer: CSU Prereq: SPAN 102 C This course emphasizes extensive practice in oral expression and listening comprehension at intermediate and advanced levels of competency. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10538 100 6:00-7:50P R Martin, Micah BUS-109 Spanish 201 Spanish for Spanish Speakers IF YOU ARE BILINGUAL THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU! EARN FIVE CREDITS BECOME A BETTER SPEAKER INCREASE YOUR CONFIDENCE MAKE NEW FRIENDS SPAN 201 C Spanish for Spanish Speakers 5 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: A native or near-native speaking knowledge of Spanish for those who have had little or no formal education in the language This course offers intensive training in oral and written Spanish for native or near-native speakers. Duplicate credit not granted for SPAN 101 C or SPAN 102 C. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10541 001 10:00-12:20P MW Moran, Olga BUS-110 Looking for a Deadline? • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length classes. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 129 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM SPAN 203 C Intermediate Spanish III 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: SPAN 102 C with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high school Spanish with a grade of “C” or better recommended Provides extensive practice in oral and written expression and a thorough review of grammatical concepts. Introduction to literature, history and culture. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10543 001 10:00-11:50A TR 11772 100 7:00-8:50P TR Herrera, Edgar Alvarez, Veronica CCCE12-12 BUS-121 THEATER ARTS THEA 100 C Introduction to the Theater 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Designed for students who wish to explore the basic elements that comprise the art of the theater from theory to practice. • Admission to theater performance not to exceed $30 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13790 002 8:00-9:20A MW Miller, David 11615 001 9:30-10:50A TR Meyer, Barbara ON CAMPUS: This class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. 13251 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-11/1 Depontee, Frederick ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 10/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 12285 OL2 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Polsky, Diana ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. This class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this class schedule for more information. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. 12286 OL3 ONLINE 10/19-12/17 Miller, David ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. The above class is also part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. Last day to add: 10/29; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 10/29; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 12/03; Last day to drop for refund: 10/24. FA-112 FA-112 SPAN 204 C Intermediate Spanish IV 4 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: SPAN 203 C with a grade of “C” or better or three years of high school Spanish with a grade of “C” or better recommended This course continues to provide extensive practice in oral and written expression and a thorough review of grammatical concepts. Continued readings and discussion of literature and culture. • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 10546 100 7:00-8:50P TR Luna, Kenneth BUS-101 SPEECH — SEE COMMUNICATION TEACHER PREP PROGRAM — SEE INDEX FOR PAGE NUMBER THEA 107 C American Ethnic Theater 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will investigate how various racial, national, religious, linguistic or cultural heritages have influenced the American theater in literature and styles of production. 13147 LS1 9:30-10:55A MW 8/31-12/16 Majarian, Mark ON CAMPUS 16-week class. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/23; Last day to drop for refund: 09/09. 13792 OL1 ONLINE 8/31-12/17 Polsky, Diana ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST e-mail your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, e-mail address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your e-mail address in myGATEWAY IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to http://www.cypresscollege.edu/ academics/DistanceEducation. Last day to add: 09/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/21; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/10. FA-112 LOOKING FOR SPEECH CLASSES? GO TO COMMUNICATION STUDIES! = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP 130 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM THEA 108 C Stage and Screenwriting 3 Units THEA 124 C Acting II 3 Units Transfer: CSU Beginning playwrights and screenwriters discover the basic craft of creating scripts for stage, screen and television. May be taken for credit 2 times. 13791 100 7:00-9:50P W Cooney, Douglas TA-104 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: THEA 120 C or audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment or completion of THEA 121 C or THEA 129 C Students will master a dynamic approach to creating roles in theater, film or television. Much of the work in class is videotaped. May be taken for credit 3 times. 12827 001 10:00-12:50P TR 11771 100 7:00-9:50P T and 10:00-12:50P S Majarian, Mark Ormenyi, Thomas Ormenyi, Thomas TA-104 TA-104 TA-104 THEA 120 C Acting I 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Students interested in performing in theater and/or film and television are introduced to exercises which free the actor’s imagination, emotions and behavior. Much of the work in class will be video-taped. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 14132 003 9:30-12:20P TR Hormel, James This class is part of the University Transfer Achievement Program (UTAP) Learning Community. Concurrent enrollment in UTAP ENGL 060 C (CRN #10609) and UTAP COUN 150 C (CRN# 12647) is required. 11619 001 10:00-12:50P MW 12001 002 10:00-12:50P TR 11621 100 7:00-9:50P T and 10:00-12:50P S Hormel, James Majarian, Mark Ormenyi, Thomas Ormenyi, Thomas TA-102 THEA 126 C Musical Theater Techniques 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Students will investigate performance methods of musical theater as they relate to the onstage performer. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13165 001 1:00-3:50P TR Hormel, James TA-104 TA-104 TA-104 TA-104 TA-104 THEA 128 C Acting for the Camera 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU A practical look at the acting methods and techniques used in television and feature film will be examined. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12023 100 6:30-10:20P W Majarian, Mark TA-220 The UNIVERSITY TRANSFER ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (UTAP) is a one year long Learning Community that helps students achieve their academic and transfer goals. UTAP is highly recommended for incoming freshman. Eligibility for English 60 is a requirement. ❖ UTAP classes share some assignments and activities ❖ Students go on field trips ❖ Students work together on interdisciplinary projects ❖ There is increased academic support ❖ Friendships among students and faculty ENGL 060 C THEA 120 C COUN 150 C CRN#10609 CRN#14132 CRN#12647 MW 12 - 1:50 PM TTH 9:30 - 12:30 PM TTH 2 - 3:20 PM M. FORMAN J. HORMEL K. HIGH Contact: Mary Forman, English Faculty, (714) 484-7156 E-mail: [email protected] M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 131 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM THEA 129 C Voice and Diction 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This is a course in the study and exercise of voice production and articulation with the goal of producing Standard American speech. Attendance at theater productions may be required. May be taken for credit 2 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 13148 001 1:00-2:20P MW Johnson, Judd TA-104 THEA 132 C Musical Theater Workshop 2 to 3 Units Auditions Theater and Dance Department Presents Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, THEA 149 C, or one from THEA 140 C through THEA 147 C The students will participate in the preparation of a musical production through acting, singing, dancing, and/or instrumental accompaniment. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14337 100 7:00-10:50P TRF 8/25-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14338 101 7:00-8:50P TRF 8/25-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14340 102 8/24-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14341 103 8/24-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. TA-102 Seussical The Musical Directed by: Patrick Pearson Book by: Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Eric Idle Music by: Stephen Flaherty Lyrics by: Lynn Ahrens The Cat in the Hat narrates the exciting adventures of Horton the elephant. Audiences are guaranteed to have a stoo-mendous time in the world of Seussical. Auditions: Monday and Tuesday August 17-18 at 7:00 pm Campus Theater TA-102 TA-102 Bring 16 bars of a prepared song from musical theater and come dressed to dance. (Women wear character shoes -- Men wear jazz shoes) Performances: October 9, 10, 16, 17 at 7:30pm Sundays, October 11 & 18 at 4 pm TA-102 The Three Musketeers Written by: Ken Ludwig from the novel by Alexander Dumas Directed by: Mark Majarian Kent Ludwig’s new adaptation of the Dumas novel is a fastpaced, and swashbuckling romp that echoes the classic Hollywood film. It’s “all for one and one for all!” in this new version that reawakens the romantic appeal of this timeless classic. Auditions: Monday and Tuesday August 17-18 7:00 pm Studio Theater ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES Add Authorization Codes may be issued by the instructor based on space availability and in accordance with all the requirements for the class. Prior to the first day of class • if the class is OPEN – no add auth code is needed • if the class is CLOSED - an add auth code is needed Beginning the first day of class • an add auth code is needed for ALL classes = Online = Teacher Prep = UTAP Bring a prepared one minute monologue. Performances: November 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 at 8 pm Sundays, November 15 & 22 4 pm For Dance Auditions see Dance = Honors = Hybrid 132 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM THEA 133 C Rehearsal and Performance 2 to 3 Units THEA 147 C Stage Makeup 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, THEA 149 C, or one from THEA 140 C through THEA 147 C. The rehearsal and performance of a public production occurring in the Theater Arts Department. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13827 103 8:00-11:50P TRF 8/25-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13828 104 9:00-11:20P TRF 8/25-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13227 100 8/24-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13229 101 8/24-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. TA-102 Transfer: UC/CSU Students will receive instruction and practice in a laboratory setting in all phases of make-up specifically designed for theatrical use.May be taken for credit 2 times. 12673 001 12:30-2:50P TR Meyer, Barbara 1 FA-130 THEA 148 C Production Techniques ⁄2 to 12 Units TA-102 Transfer: CSU Prereq: Involvement in the production program This is an open entry/open exit class for students to obtain production experience in theater and dance through acting, directing, technical work, management and publicity. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Open Entry/Open Exit 12452 001 8/17-12/17 Hormel, James Last day to add: 11/21; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/05; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/21; Last day to drop for refund: 08/29. TA-102 TA-102 THEA 149 C Stage Crew Activity 2 to 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Stage crew offers practical experience in scenery, paint, props, lighting, makeup and costumes through preparation of a play for public performance. May be taken for credit 4 times. TA-102 13304 800 9:00-2:50P SU 8/29-12/13 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 3 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13823 801 9:00-12:50P SU 8/29-12/13 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 2 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/12; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/12; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/14; Last day to drop for refund: 09/05. 13296 001 8/24-12/17 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 3 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13297 002 8/24-12/17 Landherr, Marcie The above class is a 2 unit course. Interviews for enrollment will occur on Friday, August 21 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the Theater Lobby. Organizational meeting on Monday, August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. TA-102 TA-102 THEA 140 C Theater Crafts 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Theater crafts offers a survey of lighting, sound, costumes, properties, theatrical equipment, and scenic construction techniques through lecture, demonstration, and laboratory experience. 14408 100 4:00-6:50P TR Meyer, Barbara TA-104 TA-102 THEA 142 C Theater Sound and Recording 2 Units Transfer: CSU The student will be involved in recording studio procedure and equipment selection and use for theater. May be taken for credit 2 times. 13817 001 2:00-5:50P T Wheeler, George FA-210 TA-102 THEA 144 C Lighting Design Fundamentals 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU This course involves the study and execution of stage lighting with emphasis on equipment, control, color and their relationship to design. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $30. May be taken for credit 2 times. Duplicat credit not granted for MMTA 144 C. 13809 100 4:00-6:20P MW Streeter, Kathryn TA-104 THEA 228 C Advanced Acting for the Camera 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: THEA 128 C or audition Students will continue their exploration and skill building of techniques used in performance before the camera. May be taken for credit 3 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 12674 100 6:30-10:20P W Majarian, Mark TA-220 THEA 145 C Fundamentals of Costume Design 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Students will study costume history, design, and basic construction techniques as an introduction to basic theatrical costuming. Fabrics and their various uses will be investigated. May be taken for credit 2 times. 12672 001 10:00-12:20P TR Ogden, Beckette FA-312 Decided not to attend a class you registered for? It is YOUR responsibility to officially drop the class by the drop deadline published in the Class Schedule. F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday 133 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR 1 ROOM THEA 232 C Musical Theater Production 2 to 3 Units THEA 299 C Theater Arts-Independent Study ⁄2 to 2 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: Audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 2033 C, THEA 149 C or one from THEA 140 C through THEA 147 C The students will prepare a work of musical theater for public performance through play analysis, character analysis, style analysis and rehearsal. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13232 100 7:00-10:50P TRF 8/25-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13233 102 7:00-8:50P TRF 8/25-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13298 101 8/24-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 13299 103 8/24-12/17 Hormel, James The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates: October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. TA-102 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for students who wish to increase their knowledge of theater and/or theatrical practices through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 4 times. 13242 400 8/17-12/17 Hormel, James To add the above class, see the Instructor. FA-221 TA-102 TA-102 TA-102 THEA 234 C Ensemble Acting 2 to 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, THEA 149 C or one from THEA 140 C through THEA 147 C The rehearsal and public performance of an ensemble production occuring in the Theater Department. May be taken for credit 4 times. 14342 100 8:00-11:50P TRFS 8/25-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14344 101 9:00-11:20P TRF 8/25-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/19; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14347 102 8/24-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 3 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 14348 103 8/24-12/17 Majarian, Mark The above class is a 2 unit course. Production of THE THREE MUSKETEERS Auditions Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theater. Performance dates November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22. Last day to add: 09/15; Last day to drop w/o “W”: 09/15; Last day to drop w/ “W”: 11/17; Last day to drop for refund: 09/03. 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4:45-6:50P W 13734 13740 13741 13760 13744 12:55-2:00P M 5:45-6:50P M 5:45-6:50P W 7:00-8:05P R ONLINE 12:55-2:00P M 12:55-2:00P M 14334 OL2 ONLINE 6:00-6:50P R 6:00-6:50P R LS1 9:00-11:45A TR LS2 10:00-12:50P MW LS3 7:00-9:50P MW OL1 ONLINE 8:00-9:20A T 8:00-9:20A T 13758 OL2 ONLINE 5:30-6:50P R 5:30-6:50P R LS1 LS2 LS3 LS4 OL1 9/2-12/16 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 (8/31) (12/14) 8/31-12/17 (9/3) (12/17) 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 8/31-12/17 (9/3) (12/17) 8/31-12/16 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 9/1-12/15 9/3-12/17 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 8/31-12/16 8/31-12/17 (9/2) (12/16) 8/31-12/17 (9/2) (12/16) 9/3-12/17 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 8/31-12/17 (9/1) (12/15) 9/1-12/15 8/31-12/14 Woo, Donna 1 2 Units BUS-305 2 Units TE1-200 CIS 075 C Business Skills Development Pelachik, Patricia Wolfson, Mary Molnar, Peter Negrete, Terri Pelachik, Patricia Pelachik, Patricia Pelachik, Patricia Veloz, Olivia Veloz, Olivia 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Gerontology Ashburn, Shirley Corrales, Nancy ⁄2 to 2 Units TE3-310 CIS 253 C Oracle PL/SQL Programming 14356 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 HS 165 C Ethical Choices in Health Care HISTORY HIST 170 C History of the United States 11818 300 11696 300 12587 300 2:00-4:50P MW 3:30-6:40P TR 2:00-4:50P TR 10/19-12/16 10/20-12/17 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/16 Latson, Jack Latson, Jack Yerby, Lynn Yerby, Lynn 1 Unit TE3-311 CIS 274 C Project Management Fundamentals 13183 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 3 Units MOD-2 HIST 171 C History of the United States HIST 270 C Women in United States History HIST 275 C History of California 13146 300 12:30-3:25P MW 3 Units MOD-2 COUNSELING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT COUN 060 C Academic Success and College Survival 14374 300 6:00-7:50P R 10/22-12/17 11/23-12/9 11/2-12/2 Dugan, Michele Anderson, Harold Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese 1 Unit BUS-116 1 3 Units G2-206 COUN 140 C Educational Planning 12659 300 7:30-8:45A MW 13785 301 10:00-10:50A MW ⁄2 Unit 3 Units G2-205 BUS-316 SEM-215 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 139 CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM • FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM HUMAN SERVICES HUSR 200 C Introduction to Human Services 10331 300 13210 300 4:00-6:50P MW 1:00-3:50P TR 10/19-12/16 10/20-12/17 Kistner, Wayne Adams, Virgil 3 Units FA-125 PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 152 C Fitness Training Lab 13772 300 10/19-12/8 10/19-12/8 Rubino, Kenneth 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units G1-102 HUSR 240 C Drugs and Alcohol in Our Society MORTUARY SCIENCE MORT 165 C Funeral Service Management I 11258 300 12:00-1:50P TR 11264 300 9:00-10:50A TR 10/20-12/17 10/20-12/17 Grande, Jolena Grande, Jolena 3 Units FA-126 PE 156 C Power Training 13773 300 Rubino, Kenneth 1 ⁄2 to 2 Units G1-102 2 Units TE3-203 POLITICAL SCIENCE POSC 100 C United States Government 10169 300 3:30-6:20P TR 10/20-12/17 Petri, Michael 3 Units CCCE-5-10 MORT 293 C Mortuary Computer Applications MUSIC MUS 116 C Music Appreciation 13028 OL2 ONLINE 5:00-6:50P R 10/19-12/17 (12/10) Decoro, Helena 2 Units TE3-216 PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN PT 115 C Nursing Science II - Lecture 14168 300 7:00-12:10P WR LAB 6:30-2:35P MT LAB 12:30-3:40P W 14171 300 7:00-2:55P R LAB 6:30-2:35P MTW 14173 300 7:00-12:10P WR LAB 6:30-3:30P MT LAB 12:30-2:50P W 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 10/26-12/17 Franks, Joseph Roman, Rogelio Staff Marquardt, Marcus Ramos, Jaime 7 Units TE3-311 HOSP TE3-311 3 Units FA-304 PT 125 C Developmental Disabilities II - Lecture PT 135 C Mental Disabilities II - Lecture Boyce, Jane Blilie, Jeannie Staff 61⁄2 Units TE3-316 HOSP NURSING NURS 193 C Intro to Medicine-Surgery/Gero Nursing 12758 300 8:00-10:50A M 8:00-11:15A T 10/19-12/15 10/19-12/15 10/19-12/14 10/19-12/14 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 11/16-12/10 11/16-12/10 11/16-12/10 11/16-12/10 11/16-12/10 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 10/19-11/12 11/16-12/17 11/16-12/17 11/16-12/17 10/19-12/15 10/19-12/15 10/19-12/15 Markus, Denise Frumkin, Sally Putman, Elizabeth Piburn, Elizabeth Swytak, Judith Chin, Penny Staff Staff Staff Swytak, Judith Staff Chin, Penny Staff Staff Valencia, Wendy Kruse, Kathleen Kruse, Kathleen Kruse, Kathleen Valencia, Wendy Valencia, Wendy Winckler, Janet Herzog, Anna Faraci, Michael 31⁄2 Units TE3-222 TE3-222 7 ⁄2 Units 1 NURS 197 C Maternal/Newborn Nursing 12420 300 8:00-11:35A M LAB 8:00-1:30P TW 12426 300 LAB LAB LAB 12427 301 LAB LAB LAB 12430 300 8:00-10:50A 8:00-12:35P 7:00-5:20P 1:00-2:50P 2:00-3:50P 8:00-10:50A 8:00-12:35P 7:00-6:30P 1:00-2:50P 2:00-3:50P M T WR T M M T WR T M M R TW M R TW 31⁄2 Units TE3-315 HOSP TE3-315 HOSP TE3-315 NURS 293 C Mental Health Nursing 31⁄2 Units TE3-316 TE3-316 HOSP TE3-316 TE3-311 TE3-316 TE3-316 HOSP TE3-316 TE3-311 PSYCHOLOGY PSY 101 C General Psychology 12042 301 12176 302 12451 300 11804 OL1 11652 OL2 2:00-5:10P TR 2:00-4:50P MW 3:30-6:20P TR ONLINE ONLINE 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/16 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/17 10/19-12/17 Garcia, Claudia Gelhart, Heather Martell, Marla Sandoval, Carlos 3 Units MOD-4 MOD-4 PSY 139 C Developmental Psychology PSY 222 C Abnormal Psychology PSY 237 C Cross-Cultural Relationships (same as SOC 237 C) Young, Brandy 3 Units MOD-3 3 Units 3 Units 3 Units BUS-118 NURS 294 C Geriatric Nursing 8:00-10:50A 8:00-11:25A LAB 6:30-4:50P 12431 301 8:00-10:50A 8:00-12:50P LAB 6:30-4:50P 3 Units TE3-310 TE3-310 HOSP TE3-310 TE3-310 HOSP SOCIOLOGY SOC 101 C Introduction to Sociology 11680 300 3:30-6:20P TR 12705 OL2 ONLINE 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/17 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/17 Russo, Barbara Rhymes, Regina Martinez, Sofia Young, Brandy SOC 102 C Social Problems 13624 300 11655 OL2 3:30-6:20P TR ONLINE 3 Units BUS-120 SOC 237 C Cross-Cultural Relationships (same as PSY 237 C) THEATER ARTS THEA 100 C Introduction to the Theater 12285 OL2 12286 OL3 ONLINE ONLINE 10/19-12/17 10/19-12/17 Polsky, Diana Miller, David 3 Units 3 Units NURS 297 C Medical-Surgical Nursing III 12432 300 8:00-10:20A M 8:00-10:15A T LAB 11:00-12:50P T 5 Units TE3-317 TE3-317 TE3-317 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES PHIL 100 C Introduction to Philosophy 10497 300 3:00-5:50P TR 13266 OL3 ONLINE 10/20-12/17 10/19-12/17 Clay, Cathleen Heusser, Willis 3 Units BUS-107 Cypress College – FALL 2009 WEEKEND CLASSES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ACCOUNTING ACCT 101 C Financial Accounting 12783 800 8:00-12:50P S Veregge, Ramona 4 Units BUS-320 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS 109 C Bus. Applications-The Internet 13212 OL1 ONLINE 4:00-4:50P F 4:00-4:50P F 10/19-12/13 (10/23) (12/11) 8/17-12/17 (8/22) 10/19-12/17 (10/24) 8/31-12/13 (9/4) (12/11) 10/19-12/13 (10/23) (12/11) Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Saldana, Jesse Saldana, Jesse McKnight, Richard McKnight, Richard Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad 2 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 BIOLOGY BIOL 101 C General Biology - Lecture/Lab 13098 800 5:00-6:50P F LAB 7:00-8:20P F 9:00-10:50A S LAB 11:00-12:20P S Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Shin, Gary Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond Oropeza, Raymond 5 Units SEM-215 SEM-311 SEM-215 SEM-311 CIS 111 C Computer Information Systems 12166 OL2 ONLINE 9:00-10:50A S 12631 OL4 ONLINE 9:00-10:50A S ONLINE 5:30-7:20P F 5:30-7:20P F ONLINE 7:30-9:20P F 7:30-9:20P F 3 Units BUS-203 BUS-203 BIOL 210 C Anatomy & Physiology 13060 800 5:30-6:50P F LAB 7:00-9:50P F 8:00-9:20A S LAB 9:30-12:20P S 5 Units SEM-214 SEM-323 SEM-214 SEM-323 CIS 189 C MS Windows Active Directory 13220 OL1 3 Units BUS-202 BUS-202 COMMUNICATION COMM 100 C Human Communication 13554 800 13559 801 8:00-1:50P S 9:00-11:50A S 10/3-12/12 Ary, Nichole Levenshus, Joshua CIS 195 C Network Security 3 Units CCCE-4-7 CCCE-4-8 13221 OL1 3 Units BUS-202 BUS-202 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 140 FALL SCHEDULE 2009 CRN SEC 11262 OL1 TIME DAYS DATES 8/17-12/17 (8/22) 8/31-12/13 (9/5) (12/12) 8/31-12/13 (9/4) (12/11) 8/31-12/13 (9/5) (12/12) 8/31-12/13 (9/4) (12/11) 8/31-12/13 (9/5) (12/12) 9/5-12/12 9/5-12/12 10/19-12/13 (10/24) (12/12) 8/31-12/13 (9/5) (12/12) 10/19-12/13 (10/23) INSTRUCTOR McKnight, Richard McKnight, Richard Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Izadi, Behzad Izadi, Behzad Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn Wu, Penn ROOM • CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CIS 211 C Introduction to Programming ONLINE 11:00-12:50P S ONLINE 1:00-1:50P S 1:00-1:50P S ONLINE 5:00-5:50P F 5:00-5:50P F ONLINE 12:00-12:50P S 12:00-12:50P S ONLINE 5:00-5:50P F 5:00-5:50P F ONLINE 1:00-1:50P S 1:00-1:50P S HYBRID 9:00-11:25A S ONLINE 2:00-2:50P S 2:00-2:50P S ONLINE 12:00-12:50P S 12:00-12:50P S ONLINE 6:00-6:50P F 3 Units BUS-203 ENGLISH ENGL 060 C College Writing Preparation 10602 800 10754 800 11252 800 8:00-11:50A S 8:00-11:50A S 9:00-11:50A S Vanciu, Alina Ingram, Penelope Swaim, Steven 3 Units CCCE11-8 CIS 218 C Visual C# Programming 13128 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 ENGL 100 C College Writing ENGL 103 C Critical Reasoning and Writing GEOLOGY GEOL 115 C Physical Geology Field Lab 14059 800 5:00-6:50P R LAB 8:00-4:25P FSU LAB 8:00-4:25P FSU (8/27) 9/18-9/20 11/6-11/8 Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria Castle, Victoria 3 Units BUS-109 3 Units BUS-102 CIS 223 C Visual C++ Programming 13130 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 1 Unit SEM-123 CIS 244 C Java Game Programming 14357 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY HI 225 C Information Technology 13254 800 13717 800 9:00-12:50P S 9/5-12/12 8/17-12/17 Majid, Rosalie Majid, Rosalie 3 Units TE3-203 CIS 245 C Perl Programming 13854 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 HI 245 C Coding Skills Lab MANAGEMENT MGT 085 C Business Planning 11871 800 8:00-5:20P S 1:00-5:15P S 9/12-9/19 9/26-10/3 Kishel, Patricia Hoffman, Simon 1 to 2 Units TE3-216 CIS 246 C PHP Programming 13855 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 1 Unit BUS-306 1 MGT 086 C Business Finance-Recordkeeping 11872 800 ⁄2 Unit ⁄2 Unit ⁄2 Unit BUS-306 1 CIS 248 C Voice Over IP 13135 HY1 3 Units BUS-205 MARKETING MKT 086 C Sales Prospecting 12008 800 12009 800 8:00-12:15P S 1:00-5:15P S 8:00-5:20P S 8:00-12:15P S 1:00-5:15P S 8:00-12:15P S 11/14-11/21 11/14-11/21 10/10-10/17 10/24-10/31 10/24-10/31 9/26-10/3 Kishel, Patricia Kishel, Patricia Kishel, Patricia Kishel, Gregory Kishel, Patricia Hunter, Susan BUS-306 1 CIS 253 C Oracle PL/SQL Programming 14356 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 MKT 087 C Sales Presentations MKT 090 C Marketing Essentials 11873 800 11874 800 11875 800 11876 800 BUS-306 1 Unit BUS-306 1 CIS 264 C Windows Game Programming 13756 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 BUS-305 MKT 093 C Target Marketing MKT 094 C Buyer Behavior MKT 095 C Market Distribution Systems MATHEMATICS MATH 020 C Elementary Algebra 10909 800 10935 800 12205 800 8:00-11:50A S 8:00-11:50A S 8:00-11:50A S Lam, Jenny Armstrong, Eric White, Wesley ⁄2 Unit ⁄2 Unit ⁄2 Unit BUS-306 1 CIS 274 C Project Management Fundamentals 13183 OL1 3 Units BUS-305 1 BUS-306 1 BUS-306 COUNSELING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT COUN 140 C Educational Planning 13646 800 9:00-11:50A S 9/26-10/10 Dugan, Michele ⁄2 Unit 4 Units SEM-205 BUS-308 COURT REPORTING CTRP 032 C CTRP Career Exploration 14316 800 14317 800 8:00-12:15P S 8:00-5:20P S 10/10-10/31 9/26-10/3 9/5-12/12 9/5-12/12 Staff 1 MATH 040 C Intermediate Algebra MATH 120 C Introduction to Probability and Statistics MUSIC MUS 224LC Recording Studio Lab 11110 800 8/17-12/17 Shafer, Seth 4 Units SEM-209 1 Unit BUS-304 4 Units SEM-202 CTRP 062 C Notary Public Exam Preparation Staff 1 ⁄2 to 1 Unit BUS-311 BUS-316 CTRP 065 C Advanced CAT Systems 12739 LS1 10:00-12:20P S 12720 LS1 10:00-11:05A S Cardoza, Linda Cardoza, Linda ⁄2 to 2 Units 1 Unit BUS-316 1 Unit FA-304 1 CTRP 084 C Computer Aided Trans: ECLIPSE DANCE DANC 101 C Multicultural Dance in the US 12296 800 8:00-3:00P S 6:00-9:10P F 3:00-4:50P S 6:00-11:50A SU 8:00-11:50A SU 6:00-11:50A SU 8:00-11:50A SU 8/29-12/13 8/29-12/13 8/29-12/13 8/29-12/13 9/25-10/24 9/25-10/24 McDowell, Carol McDowell, Carol Hendrix, Jeffrey Landherr, Marcie Landherr, Marcie Landry, Erin Landry, Erin NURSING NURS 105 C Basic Cardiopulmonary Nursing 13399 801 12823 801 8:00-5:20P S 8:00-5:20P S (10/31) (8/22) Piburn, Elizabeth Harvey, Carol ⁄2 Unit ⁄2 Unit TE3-310 1 3 Units FA-311 FA-311 NURS 108 C Orthopaedic Patient Care PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT 101 C Introduction to Photography 11008 800 10:00-11:50A S Spada, Clayton TE3-310 DANC 137 C Latin and Swing Dance 12639 800 13925 800 13926 801 13927 800 13928 801 1 Unit G2-125 3 Units TE1-242 DANC 203 C Dance Production DANC 214 C Dance Repertory 2 to 3 Units G2-125 G2-125 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY RADT 153 C Radiography Patient Care 11992 801 8:00-10:50A S Trittin, James 3 Units TE3-309 2 to 3 Units G2-125 G2-125 THEATER ARTS THEA 149 C Stage Crew Activity 13304 800 13823 801 9:00-2:50P SU 9:00-12:50P SU 8/29-12/13 8/29-12/13 Landherr, Marcie Landherr, Marcie 2 to 3 Units TA-102 TA-102 M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday 141 Cypress College – FALL 2009 ONLINE AND HYBRID CLASSES – DISTANCE EDUCATION For Students on the … www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distancelearning Go For more information on each class, refer to the specific course listing in the main body of this schedule. ONLINE COURSES are taught using the computer and your Internet connection. Some are taught entirely online and some have a few on-campus meetings for orientations and/or tests, but not for face-to-face instruction. You will need access to a computer and the Internet in order to take these classes. HYBRID COURSES are taught both on-campus and online. While a class may not meet every week, for those meetings that are scheduled they will occur on the same day and at the same time of the week. You will need access to a computer and the Internet in order to take these classes. For both online and hybrid courses, you should update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE you register for the course so that you can receive important information. For both Online and Hybrid courses you will need to know: • how to use email • how to use word-processing programs • how to save documents • how to navigate the Internet For more information about being a successful Online or Hybrid student, please logon to our website at: www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distanceeducation. There you will find general information about these types of classes, and a quick self-survey to help you evaluate your “online” readiness. For course descriptions and possible on-campus meeting dates/times/rooms, please refer to the specific course listing in the main body of this schedule. The icons used there to identify a class as an Online or Hybrid class are: — indicates an online class taught entirely online or with only a few on-campus meetings – the meeting dates are listed . . . – if there are multiple dates, there will usually be multiple lines — indicates a class that is taught partially online and partially on campus – the meeting dates are listed . . . – but they may be spanned on one or more lines ONLINE: Open Entry/Open Exit Courses Delivered Through The Internet With At Least One On-Campus Meeting Students may enroll in these classes up to week 14 of the semester. To identify the number of units to be selected and completion requirements, contact the instructor. Please refer to the specific course listings in this schedule for the on-campus meeting dates/times/rooms. For successful electronic communication with Cypress College, be sure “@cypresscollege.edu” is a secure site (or on your “white list”, trusted listed”, etc.) in your email program. You are also required to enter your working email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling through myGateway so that you can receive important information. Please access the main menu of myGateway for adding your email address to myGateway and making it your preferred address. Subject/Number CIS 075 C CIS 101 C Title of the Class Business Skills Development Intro to Keyboarding/MS Word Subject/Number CIS 250 C CIS 251 C Title of the Class Word Processing Advanced Word Processing 142 142 Cypress College – FALL 2009 ONLINE: Courses Delivered Through The Internet With At Least One On-Campus Meeting These classes meet on campus for orientation and/or exams only. Please refer to the specific course listings in this schedule for the on-campus meeting dates/times/rooms. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting as listed below. For successful electronic communication with Cypress College, be sure “@cypresscollege.edu” is a secure site (or on your “white list”, “trusted listed”, etc.) in your email program. You are also required to enter your working email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling through myGateway so that you can receive important information. Please access the main menu of myGateway for adding your email address to myGateway and making it your preferred address. Subject/Number ACCT 101 C ACCT 103 C BIOL 102 C BIOL 160 C CIS 108 C CIS 109 C CIS 111 C CIS 120 C CIS 121 C CIS 132 C CIS 150 C CIS 161 C CIS 164 C CIS 179 C CIS 182 C CIS 188 C CIS 189 C CIS 195 C CIS 211 C CIS 217 C CIS 218 C CIS 219 C CIS 220 C CIS 222 C CIS 223 C CIS 226 C Title of the Class Financial Accounting Computerized Accounting Human Biology Integrated Medical Science Introduction to Internet Bus. Applications-The Internet Computer Information Systems Advanced Internet Applications Adobe PDF Document Management Spreadsheet-Excel for Windows Intro. to Business Computers PC Operating System Computer Desktop Support Intro. to Web Page Design Data Communications Management Microsoft Windows TCP/IP MS Windows Active Directory Network Security Introduction to Programming Visual Basic Programming Visual C# Programming Advanced Visual Basic Web Page Programming Web Server Management Visual C++ Programming Java Programming Subject/Number CIS 234 C CIS 236 C CIS 237 C CIS 241 C CIS 243 C CIS 244 C CIS 245 C CIS 246 C CIS 252 C CIS 253 C CIS 260 C CIS 264 C CIS 266 C CIS 274 C CIS 278 C ECON 100 C ECON 105 C ENGL 058 C ENGL 135 C HRC 100 C HRC 120 C MGT 240 C MUS 116 C MUS 118 C MUS 118HC POSC 100 C Title of the Class Advanced Java Programming Intro to Oracle: SQL & PL/SQL Oracle: Architecture and Admin Spreadsheet-Advanced MS Excel Oracle Forms and Reports Java Game Programming Perl Programming PHP Programming Java Web Applications Oracle PL/SQL Programming Games Concepts Development Windows Game Programming Game Programming in Flash Project Management Fundamentals Cyber Crime Principles of Economics-Macro Principles of Economics-Micro Reading and Writing II Advanced Grammar and Usage Nutrition Sanitation and Safety Legal Environment of Business Music Appreciation Introduction to Opera Honors Introduction to Opera United States Government HYBRID: Courses Delivered Both On Campus And Through The Internet These classes meet at least 51% on campus and the rest online. Please refer to the specific course listings in this schedule for the on-campus meeting dates/times/rooms. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting as listed below. For successful electronic communication with Cypress College, be sure “@cypresscollege.edu” is a secure site (or on your “white list”, “trusted listed”, etc.) in your email program. You are also required to enter your working email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling through myGateway so that you can receive important information. Please access the main menu of myGateway for adding your email address to myGateway and making it your preferred address. Subject/Number ASTR 116 C ATC 183 C BIOL 231 C CIS 111 C CIS 230 C CIS 231 C CIS 248 C COMM 105 C HI 100 C HI 101 C HI 102 C Title of the Class Introduction to Astronomy Customer Care: Airline/Travel General Human Anatomy Computer Information Systems Cisco Networking 1 Cisco Networking 2 Voice Over IP Interpersonal Communication Trends in Health Care Delivery Health Information Science - Lecture Legal Aspects of Health Care Subject/Number HI 103 C HI 204 C HI 214 C HI 220 C LIB 100 C MATH 020 C MATH 040 C MORT 275 C NURS 191 C NURS 195 C Title of the Class Health Care Statistics ICD-9-CM Coding - Lecture CPT/Ambulatory Care Coding Advanced ICD-9-CM Coding - Lecture Introduction to Research Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Mortuary Law I Pharmacology in Nursing I Pharmacology in Nursing II 143 143 Cypress College – FALL 2009 ONLINE: Courses Delivered Entirely Through The Internet For successful electronic communication with Cypress College, be sure “@cypresscollege.edu” is a secure site (or on your “white list”, “trusted listed”, etc.) in your email program. You are also required to enter your working email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling through myGateway so that you can receive important information. Please access the main menu of myGateway for adding your email address to myGateway and making it your preferred address. Subject/Number ACG 110 C ATC 101 C ATC 102 C ATC 175 C ATC 183 C ATC 191 C ATC 270 C ATC 295 C ANTH 101 C ANTH 102 C ANTH 107 C ART 110 C AVIA 102 C AVIA 295 C CHEM 103 C COUN 151 C COUN 160HC ECON 100 C ECON 105 C ENGL 058 C ENGL 060 C ENGL 096 C ENGL 100 C ENGL 102 C ENGL 103 C ENGL 104 C ENGL 106 C ENGL 135 C ENGL 137 C ENGL 239 C GEOG 100 C Title of the Class Animation History/Technology Intro to Travel Careers Career Communication/Portfolio Destinations: Africa/Pacific Customer Care: Airline/Travel Airline Reservations - APOLLO Airline Operations Airline/Travel Internship Biological Anthropology Cultural Anthropology Magic, Witchcraft and Religion Introduction to Art Career Communication/Portfolio Aviation Internship Chemistry in a Changing World Career/Life Planning Honors University Transition Principles of Economics - Macro Principles of Economics - Micro Reading and Writing II College Writing Preparation College Reading Strategies College Writing Introduction to Literature Critical Reasoning and Writing Critical Analysis and Literature Critical Thinking Advanced Grammar and Usage College Study Strategies Survey - Children’s Literature World Geography Subject/Number GEOG 140 C HI 110 C HI 115 C HS 145 C HS 147 C HUSR 242 C HUSR 292 C JOUR 226 C MM 100 C MUS 111 C MUS 117 C MUS 119 C MUS 212 C PHIL 100 C PHIL 160 C PHIL 202 C PE 234 C PE 250 C POSC 100 C PSY 101 C PSY 139 C PSY 222 C PSY 237 C PSY 251 C SOC 101 C SOC 237 C SOC 275 C SOC 292 C THEA 100 C THEA 107 C Title of the Class Weather & Climate Medical Insurance Billing Medical Staff Services Science Survey of Medical Terminology Survey of Disease Drugs and Physiology Introduction to Criminology On-Line Production Introduction to Multimedia The Music Business American Popular Music History of Rock Music Music Promotion and Distribution Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Ethics Modern Philosophers Contemporary Personal Health Sport and United States Society United States Government General Psychology Developmental Psychology Abnormal Psychology Cross-Cultural Relationships Social Psychology Introduction to Sociology Cross-Cultural Relationships Marriage and Family Introduction to Criminology Introduction to the Theater American Ethnic Theater Requirements for Membership ➢ Minimum 3.25 GPA in high school course work, or a 3.0 GPA in a minimum of 6 units of college course, verified by transcripts ➢ Eligibility for English 100 C ➢ Completion of the Honors Program application ➢ Program Participation The Cypress College Honors Program is designed to encourage talent and ability in highly motivated students as they begin their academic studies and prepare to transfer to a four-year college or university. Students who complete the Honors Program and meet all major transfer requirements will have priority consideration for admission to specific four-year institutions. About the Program Classes are taught by faculty interested in enriching your academic experience with special projects, readings, and class activities. The program provides a unique, seminar environment with close academic and social interaction with outstanding faculty and other highly motivated honors students. Guest speakers, cultural events, and field trips enhance the challenging and creative learning experience. The Transfer Alliances Cypress College is a member of the Honors Transfer Council of California. This group has established transfer alliance agreements with many four-year colleges and universities. The transfer alliance agreements guarantee priority consideration for entrance to Honors Students who meet the entrance criteria of the universities. 144 144 Benefits for Students ➢ Priority consideration for admission at the junior level to selected 4-year colleges and universities ➢ Small classes with a seminar environment ➢ Library privileges at transfer colleges and universities ➢ Invitation to special Honors Forums, seminars and social events ➢ Special counseling and advisement with the Honors Program Director and Honors Counselor For more information and an application, please contact: Penny Gabourie, Honors Program Counselor [email protected] (714) 484-7129 Kathryn Sonne, Honors Program Director [email protected] (714) 484-7452 Honors Program Office located in the Student Center Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm www.CypressCollege.edu Cypress College – FALL 2009 ACADEMIC/COLLEGE POLICIES AFFECTING STUDENTS ATTENDANCE It is important that students attend the first class meeting of every class in which they are registered. Failure to attend the first class session may result in the instructor dropping the student from the class. Students should be especially careful not to accumulate excessive absences. AUDITING COURSES Enrolled students who wish to audit must have previously completed the course at Cypress College and must file a petition with the Admissions and Records Office. Students may petition to audit only during the second week of classes. Enrolled students must pay $15.00 per unit, the health fee and other fees as required. For additional information, contact the Admissions and Records Office. CALIFORNIA RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT For tuition purposes, California Community Colleges are required to determine a student’s residency. California law states that residency is physical presence coupled with the intent to remain in California. To qualify for residency status, a student must have been a California resident for one year and one day prior to the opening day of instruction. The burden of proof to demonstrate clearly both physical presence in California and intent to establish California residence lies with the student. See the College Catalog for more detailed information. CHALLENGING PREREQUISITES, COREQUISITES, OR OTHER LIMITATIONS ON ENROLLMENT Grounds for Challenge Where a student is denied enrollment in a program or course on the grounds that the student does not meet a prerequisite or corequisite, or on the basis of other limitations on enrollment, the student may challenge such prerequisite, corequisite or limitation on one or more of the following grounds: 1. The prerequisite, corequisite or other limitation on enrollment has not been established in accordance with the district’s process for establishing prerequisites, corequisites and other limitations on enrollment; 2. The prerequisite, corequisite or other limitation on enrollment is either unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory manner; 3. The basis upon which the district has established an enrollment limitation does not in fact exist; 4. The student has the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course or program despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite; 5. The student will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of his or her educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course has not been made reasonably available by the college. Burden of Proof The student shall bear the burden of proof in demonstrating that grounds exist for the challenge. 1. In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 4, the student shall provide evidence of knowledge and/or skills, by virtue of placement/assessment testing, academic coursework, independent learning, experience, or a combination of these which are at least equivalent to the knowledge and/or skills the student would have possessed had he or she successfully completed the prerequisite or corequisite. 2. In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 5, the student shall provide evidence that the student has declared a broad educational intent or specific educational goal and has developed a Student Educational Plan in conformity with the provisions of Section 55530(d) of Subchapter 6 of Chapter 6 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. Challenge Procedure Filing of Challenge 1. A challenge with respect to any prerequisite, corequisite or limitation on enrollment initiated pursuant to this policy shall be made upon the appropriate challenge form, which may be obtained from a counselor or the Office of Instruction. 2. The completed challenge form must be filed with the Office of Instruction in accordance with the following deadlines: a. for the Fall term, not earlier than Friday of the fifteenth week of the Spring semester and not later than the first day of instruction for the Fall semester; b. for the Spring term, not earlier than Friday of the twelfth week of the Fall semester and not later than the first day of instruction for the Spring semester; c. for the Summer Intersession, not earlier than the first Monday in May and not later than the first day of final examinations for the Spring semester. In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 4, the completed challenge form must be accompanied by appropriate evidence of skill or accomplishment such as placement/assessment results, transcripts from an accredited institution or appropriate foreign institution, work-related experience, or other evidence of relevant experience. To warrant consideration, any such evidence shall be of a clear and reliable nature. CHANGE OF ADDRESS Students are expected to notify the Admissions and Records Office when their address and/or phone number changes. Change of Address forms are also available in the Admissions and Records Office and there is no charge for this form. Address and phone updates can also be made using myGateway. After logging in to myGateway, this option is available under Personal Information. Students should also leave a forwarding address with the U.S. Postal Service. The student is responsible for any delay in communications sent from the College to an outdated address that the student has not corrected on a change of address form. Students can change their address by updating their Personal Information in myGateway. CHANGE OF NAME Students who wish to change their name on official College records must obtain and file the Change of Name form in the Admissions and Records Office. Proof of a legal name change may be required and there is no fee for this form. When the name change is processed, a new student I.D. card should be obtained at Student Activities. The fee for the new card is $2.50. CLASS CANCELLATIONS Cypress College reserves the right to cancel any class for which the enrollment is not sufficient to warrant continuation and to change the class hours and/or days as necessity demands. COURSE NUMBERING Courses completed at Cypress College, which are not designated as NON-DEGREE credit, will transfer to other community colleges. Courses numbered from 001 C – 099 C are remedial, occupational and/or technical and designed in content and organization for students who do not intend to transfer for the Bachelor’s degree. Courses numbered from 100 C – 299 C (including Honors classes) have been certified by Cypress College as being of baccalaureate level for the school year and are transferable to any campus of the California State University system. The transfer institution, however, will determine the extent to which a course satisfies the requirements of a particular degree program. Credit not otherwise applied shall be acceptable as general electives to the extent that the particular degree objective permits. Students who plan to transfer to any campus of the University of California or other university or college should check with a counselor for transferable courses since some universities do not accept all courses numbered 100 C – 299 C (including Honors classes). 145 145 Cypress College – FALL 2009 COURSE PROGRESSION Students are expected to take courses on an accepted progressive basis. Students will not receive credit for classes which are considered lower in degree of advancement than those already taken. COURSE REPETITION As a general rule, a course in which a student has earned a grade of D, F, NC or NP may be repeated once. Students who have earned a grade of A, B, C, CR or P in a course may repeat that course under exceptional circumstances. An approved Petition for Exception must be on file in the Admissions and Records Office prior to repeating a course under exceptional circumstances; otherwise students will be electronically blocked from registering or notified by mail that their enrollment in a course is in conflict with this policy. EXAMINATIONS Class instruction includes frequent examinations throughout the semester so that students can judge their progress. Final examinations are given in all full-length semester courses during the last week of the semester. Final examinations for short-term classes are given the last day the class meets. The final examination is a requirement for each course. All students must take these examinations at the scheduled time and place. Any exceptions to the above policy will be made only after consultation with the division dean. GRADES Grades are available to be viewed online on myGateway. A paper copy of your grades can be obtained with photo I.D. from the Admissions and Records Office. This printout is not a student transcript of record or a verification of student enrollment. You may order either of these documents from the Admissions and Records Office for a nominal fee. OPEN ENROLLMENT It is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District that every course, course section or class, wherever offered and conducted throughout the district, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who is eligible for admission to the college(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to Chapter II, Division 2, Part IV, Title 5 of the California Administrative Code, commencing with Section 51900. PASS/NO PASS OPTION (FORMERLY CREDIT/NO CREDIT OPTION) If a full term course is listed in the Class Schedule as “PASS/NO PASS” or “PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION,” a student wishing to take the course on a credit basis must file a “Request for P/NP Grading Option” with Admissions and Records by the end of the sixth week of the semester. The filing date for Summer, late start and short-term courses and open entry classes is by 30% of the class meetings. Refer to the College Catalog for more information or inquire at the Admissions and Records Office. The decision to take a course on a P/NP basis is irreversible. PRIVACY RELEASE Pursuant to the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the North Orange County Community College District has established Board Policy 5040 – Student Records Privacy, which covers the release of student records. The College may make public, without prior student consent, only certain directory information. This information will consist of participation in officially recognized activities and sports including weight, height and high school of graduation of athletic team members and degrees and awards received by students, including honors, scholarship awards, athletic awards and Dean’s List recognition. Students who wish to have this directory information further restricted may do so on the College Application for Admissions or by making the request in the Admissions and Records Office. No other student information will be disclosed without prior student consent except to college officials and employees of the District with legitimate educational interests unless sought pursuant to a court order or lawfully issued subpoena, as or otherwise authorized by applicable federal and state laws. A copy of this District policy is available on the District website, www.nocccd.edu. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD The Admissions and Records Office prepares and permanently retains a record of each student’s academic work. The transcript reflects all academic work attempted at Cypress College. Chronologically, it lists all courses, units, grades, grade points, total units, a cumulative grade point average and other relevant academic data. The normal processing time for transcripts is 7 – 10 working days. Forms for requesting transcripts are available online (www.CypressCollege.edu) and in the Admissions and Records Office. Transcript requests may be submitted in person or by mail. Mail requests must include the student’s current and previous names, date of birth, social security number, approximate dates of attendance, number of copies needed and a complete address of where the transcript is to be sent, with the student’s signature. Requests with incomplete information will not be processed. Students are entitled to two copies of their transcripts without cost. Subsequent copies and Hand Carry transcripts are $3.00 per copy. On Demand transcripts are available for an additional fee of $10.00. (Note: Fee is subject to change at any time.) Transcript requests must include full payment to be processed, and requests will not be processed if there are outstanding financial obligations to the college. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Cypress College. Cash payments are not accepted for mail requests. Transcript requests should be mailed to Cypress College, Admissions and Records, ATTN: Transcripts, 9200 Valley View St, Cypress, CA 90630-5897 TRANSCRIPTS When necessary, students are responsible to ensure that official copies of transcripts of all college and/or high school work are on file in the Admissions and Records Office. VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT Beginning Fall 2006, Cypress College authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide degree and enrollment verifications on behalf of the college. NSC provides free, self-service enrollment certificates to students and adheres to the privacy mandates of FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act). Students can request NSC enrollment verification certificates ten business days after the beginning of a term. Access NSC by logging CypressCollege. edu. Click on the Admissions and Records link and look for “Verification Certificates.” WITHDRAWAL OR DROP POLICY While an instructor may drop a student who has poor attendance, it is the student’s responsibility to withdraw officially. The student may drop a class by accessing myGateway during its posted class hours. Failure to withdraw officially from a class can result in a substandard grade being posted on the student’s permanent record. Semester Courses First three weeks of the term - The student or the instructor may initiate a withdrawal. No notation shall be made on the student’s academic record. For exact dates refer to Important Dates in this Class Schedule. Fourth week through fourteenth week - The student or the instructor may initiate a withdrawal. A “W” shall be recorded on the student’s permanent record. For exact dates refer to Important Dates in this Class Schedule. Short Courses Refer to the comment line under the CRN of the class for withdrawal deadline dates. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these dates; however, they are subject to change without notice in order to comply with State accounting regulations. Attention all Students A student is not officially registered in or dropped from classes until the registration has been processed through myGateway, the required fees have been paid, and a revised Schedule/Bill is obtained. It is the student’s responsibility to complete this official procedure. 146 146 Cypress College – FALL 2009 NON DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT It is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District to provide an educational, employment, and business environment in which no person shall be unlawfully subjected to discrimination or sexual harassment, nor unlawfully denied full and equal access to the benefits of District programs or activities on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability as defined and prohibited by state and federal statutes. Any student who engages in unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment in violation of this policy will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion. Students who believe they have been subjected to unlawful discrimination, including sexual harassment, or who seek information regarding the District’s Unlawful Discrimination Policy, should contact the Office of the District Director of Human Resources at (714) 808-4818. The following person is designated by the North Orange County Community College District as the Responsible Officer/Section 504 and Title IX Coordinator for receiving and coordinating the investigation of all unlawful discrimination complaints filed pursuant to section 59328 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, and for coordinating compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1992, and response to discrimination complaints related thereto: Name: Position: Address: Telephone: Jeffrey O. Horsley Vice Chancellor, Human Resources 1830 W. Romneya Drive Anaheim, CA 92801-1819 (714) 808-4822 AFIRMACIÓN SOBRE NO DISCRIMINACION Las normas generales del North Orange County Community College District proveen un entorno educacional, laboral y comercial en el que ninguna persona es expuesta a la discriminación ni al acoso u hostigamiento sexual, como tampoco a ninguna vejación castigada por la ley, ni a negarle, contrario a la ley, acceso total y equitativo a los beneficios y actividades de los programas del Distrito, debido al grupo étnico al cual pertenece, nacionalidad de origen, religión, edad, género, raza, color, ancestros, inclinaciones sexuales, estado civil, o discapacidad física o mental, tal como lo definen y prohíben los estatutos estatales y federales. Todo estudiante que discrimine, acose u hostigue ilegalmente a otra persona, en contravención de las normas generales, quedará sujeto a que se tomen medidas disciplinarias contra esa persona, lo cual puede incluir suspensión o expulsión de este centro educacional. Todo estudiante que crea ha sido objeto de discriminación ilícita, incluyendo acoso u hostigamiento, o que desee obtener información con respecto a las Normas Generales del Distrito sobre Discriminación Ilícita (District’s Unlawful Discrimination Policy), debe comunicarse con la oficina del Director Distrital de Recursos Humanos (714) 808-4818. La persona que mencionamos más adelante, ha sido designada por el North Orange County Community College District, como el Funcionario Responsable/Coordinador de la Sección 504/Derecho IX, ante quien se debe presentar la información para coordinar la investigación de todas las quejas de discriminación ilegal interpuestas, conforme a lo estipulado en la sección 59328 del Derecho 5 de las Reglamentaciones del Código de California, y para coordinar el acatamiento de la Sección 504 del Decreto de Rehabilitación de 1973 y del Derecho II del Decretote 1990 que ampara a los Americanos con Discapacidades, Derecho IX de las enmiendas de la educación de 1992, y responder a las quejas por discriminación relacionada: Nombre: Posición: Dirección: Teléfono: Jeffrey O. Horsley Vice Chancellor, Human Resources 1830 W. Romneya Drive Anaheim, CA 92801-1819 (714) 808-4822 VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT Students who are victims of sexual assault occurring on District property or on an off-campus site or facility maintained by the District, or who seek information or assistance regarding a sexual assault, should contact the campus Director of Health Services at (714) 484-7045 or the Director of Campus Public Safety at (714) 484-7455. Except as may otherwise be required by law, all inquiries will be maintained in confidence. VICTIMAS DEL ACOSO U HOSTIGAMIENTO SEXUAL Aquellos estudiantes que sean víctimas de asalto sexual dentro del predio del Distrito o en algún sitio fuera del terreno o establecimiento universitario, bajo la responsabilidad del Distrito, o que busque información o ayuda con respecto a un asalto sexual, debe comunicarse con el Director de Servicios de Salubridad, llamando al teléfono: 714-484-7045, o con el Director de la Seguridad Pública del Terreno Universitario, llamando al 714-484-7455. Excepto como de alguna otra manera lo exija la ley, toda pregunta e información se mantendrá en la más estricta confidencialidad. Student Right to Know Campus Security Act In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, it is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District and Cypress College to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Beginning in Fall, 2001, all certificate-, degree-, and transfer-seeking first-time, full-time students were tracked over a three-year period; their completion and transfer rates are listed below. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at Cypress College, nor do they account for student outcomes occurring after this three-year tracking period. Based upon the cohort defined above, 36% attained a certificate, degree or became “transfer prepared” during a three-year period (fall, 2001, to spring, 2004). Students who are “transfer-prepared” have completed 56 transferable units with a GPA of 2.0 or better Based upon the cohort defined above, 36% transferred to another postsecondary institution (CSU, UC, or another California Community College) prior to attaining a degree, certificate or becoming “transfer prepared” during a five-semester period (spring, 2002 to spring, 2004). More detailed information related to the reporting of criminal actions which have occurred on campus may be obtained from the President’s Office, Public Safety, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Bursar’s Office, Student Activities, Library and the website. 147 147 Cypress College – FALL 2009 STUDENT SERVICES ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS The Admissions and Records Office admits and registers all students, maintains and retrieves various types of records. The Office evaluates and distributes records, evaluates certificate and graduation applications, insuring the accuracy of each student’s permanent record. The Office is responsible for certifying and reporting enrollment and attendance data and provides registration information to the community, student body, faculty and staff. The Admissions and Records Office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. For additional information, call (714) 484-7346. HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 7:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED ADULT RE-ENTRY PROGRAM The Adult Re-entry Program recognizes that learning is a lifelong process and is dedicated to meeting the needs of “non-traditional” students. Our Program provides a combination of services to explore career, academic and success issues as you progress on your educational path. Let us help you discover the many opportunities, services and options available. The Program offers counseling, classes, workshops, resources and referrals. The Adult Re-entry Program is located in the Career Planning Center on the second floor of the Student Center. For information, call (714) 484-7120. www.CypressCollege.edu/services/counseling/ adultReentryProgram.aspx or click on Adult Reentry Program under Quicklinks at www.CypressCollege.edu NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 7:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm ASSESSMENT CENTER Matriculation is a set of services provided to all students as a means of ensuring their academic success. Assessment is one of the main components of matriculation services offered to each student. The Assessment Center provides a variety of services to determine skill levels in grammar, reading and mathematics. The intent is to place students in courses which match their skills, needs, and goals with College courses, programs, and services. The Assessment Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center. Please call for any additional information (714) 484-7223. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm BOOKSTORE The bookstore is now located in the new Student Center adjacent to parking lot 1. All textbooks and supplies will be available for purchase in the bookstore at least two weeks before each semester or mid-semester class begins. The Cypress College Bookstore also offers special orders for those books that students cannot find in area stores. Visit our website at www. cypresscollegebookstore.com to purchase textbooks online. Textbook orders can be picked up or delivered for a nominal fee. The bookstore also offers supplementary educational books and supplies. The supply section offers imprinted Cypress College logo clothing, gifts, greeting cards, snacks, candy, beverages, and general merchandise. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 7:45am – 8:00pm FRI 7:45am – 5:00pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED Extended hours for opening week will be posted. The bookstore is also open the Saturday before and the first Saturday of the Fall and Spring semester. Hours for Summer session and holidays will be posted outside the bookstore as necessary. BOOKSTORE BUY BACK Students may sell their textbooks and certain workbooks back to the bookstore, or wholesale buyer, during the first three days of classes and during Spring/ Fall Final Exams, and the first two days of mid-semester classes. NORMAL BUY BACK HOURS: MON – THU 8:30am – 7:00pm FRI 8:30am – 2:00pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED BURSAR’S OFFICE The Bursar’s Office processes registration payments and registration refunds, accepts deposits and processes requests for expenditures for a variety of areas on campus including Associated Students and all campus clubs, and monitors campus fundraising activities. This office is also responsible for paycheck disbursement and disbursement of scholarship funds. The Bursar’s Office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. For information, call (714) 484-7317. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) The CalWORKs program provides services to Cypress College students who are on public assistance. Through the CalWORKs program, students may be eligible for paid work study opportunities; Child care; academic guidance and counseling; ancillary funds for books and supplies; Work activity progress report form completion; Communication assistance with the Department of Social Services; Workshops to enhance living skills; Networking activities. Staff are not employed by the Social Services Agency (SSA). They are employed by the North Orange County Community College District as advocates of selfsufficiency through education for our students. If you are attending Cypress College and receiving public assistance, please contact the CalWORKs office at (714) 484-7237. The office is located in the Cypress College Complex on the second floor in room 201. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm CAMPUS SAFETY The Campus Lost and Found Center will hold items for 90 days. Students should attempt to recover lost items in the area where they believe they were lost, and then check the Lost and Found Center in the Campus Safety Office, located in the CE3 Holder Street Building. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 7:30am – 10:00pm FRI 7:30am – 5:00pm CARE (COOPERATIVE AGENCIES RESOURCES IN EDUCATION) The CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education) program provides additional services and grants to eligible EOPS single parents who are on public assistance. Through CARE, eligible EOPS students receive supplemental educational support services, such as counseling and advisement; group support; peer networking; information and referrals to campus and community-based services or agencies; networking activities specifically designed for low-income single parents; and workshops, including self-esteem, parenting, study skills, and time management. Grants and allowances for child care, bus passes, textbooks and school supplies; transportation costs and other educational support are provided to enhance the retention, persistence, graduation and transfer rates of these highly motivated students. If you are a single parent and interested in receiving benefits available to you, contact the CARE Coordinator at (714) 484-7237. The office is located in the Cypress College Complex on the second floor in room 201. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm CAREER PLANNING CENTER The Career Planning Center offers services designed to assist students and the general public move forward with confidence, new skills and strategies for success. Visit the Career Planning Center to discover your career/major options, target your ideal career, clarify your preferred values, interests and activities, and perfect your job search. The Center offers one-on-one counseling to help with selecting a college major, occupational possibilities, or career goals and alternatives. Also available are career classes, career assessments, workshops, a research library, career-related software programs and much more. The Career Planning Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center. For information call (714) 484-7120. www.CypressCollege.edu/services/cpc NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 7:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm 148 148 Cypress College – FALL 2009 CENTER FOR INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING The Center for Intercultural Understanding (CIU) was formed to coordinate the programs of International Students and Multicultural Issues. The mission is to enrich our learning community through intercultural understanding. The goals of the CIU are to: 1. celebrate diversity 2. promote human relations 3. disseminate information 4. provide a forum for dialogue 5. build community relations 6. support globalization/internationalization of curriculum. Please call for information (714) 484-7049. COUNSELING CENTER The College maintains a complete guidance service. Counselors assist students in planning a program of courses and are available to help in other matters affecting the student’s progress in college. Appointments may be scheduled to ensure that the student receives maximum benefit from the counseling service. The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center. Walk-in counseling is available daily in the Counseling Center or appointments can be made by calling (714) 484-7015. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 6:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm Counselors available from 8:00am – 11:30am DISABLED STUDENTS PROGRAM & SERVICES (DSPS) Disabled Students Program and Services are available to students with verified disabilities. Typical services include counseling, registration assistance, test-taking assistance, note-takers, interpreters, special equipment, adapted computer services and selected special classes. The High Tech Center is also available to assist students with special technology needs. DSPS is located on the first floor of the Cypress College Complex. Please call (714) 484-7104, or (714) 761-0961 (TTY) for more information. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON, TUE, THU & FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm WED 8:00am – 7:00pm EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS AND SERVICES (EOPS) Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state and college funded program designed to assist students with economic, linguistic, and educational challenges (as defined by Title 5) enroll and succeed in higher education. Comprehensive support services are provided to promote access to college and once the student is enrolled, to increase retention and/or transfer to four-year universities and colleges. These services include: Application Assistance College Information and Specialized Orientation Textbook Services Priority Registration Specialized Counseling and Advisement Services Educational Supplies State-of-the-Art Computer Lab with Internet access University Application Fee Waivers Enhanced Tutoring Services The CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources in Education) program provides additional services and grants to eligible single parents who are on public assistance. The EOPS and CARE staff are composed of dedicated professionals and student workers who are committed to seeing you succeed in college. Services are free of charge to all EOPS eligible Cypress College students. To find out if you are eligible and to apply for these services, visit our office in the Cypress College Complex, 2nd floor, or call us at (714) 484-7368. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON, THU & FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm TUE & WED 8:00am – 6:00pm FINANCIAL AID Student financial aid is available through the college for students who need financial assistance in order to pursue their college education. Students are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office located in the Cypress College Complex, 1st floor, or call (714) 484-7114 or visit us online at www.CypressCollege.edu to obtain information and the required forms to receive financial assistance. Financial Aid Programs Available Board of Governors Waiver (BOGW) - covers enrollment fees Cal Grant (B and C programs) Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Federal Work Study (FWS) - part time employment on campus Stafford Student Loans Required Application Forms Submit a “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) Submit a Cal Grant Grade Point Average Verification Form Application Timeline – Fall 2008 & Spring 2009 Application Period: January 1, 2009 thru June 30, 2010 FAFSA filing deadline: June 30, 2010 (date postmarked) CalGrant filing deadline for initial awards: March 2, 2009. For additional community college awards: September 2, 2009 (date postmarked) For Information Cypress College Financial Aid Office Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor 9200 Valley View Street Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 484-7114 NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm FOOD SERVICES Located in the Student Center MON – THU 7:00am – 8:00pm FRI 7:00am – 2:00pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED (714) 484-7227 FOUNDATION/SCHOLARSHIPS In addition to supporting various programs and projects on campus, the Cypress College Foundation awards $250,000 in scholarships to over 500 students each year. Normally, applications are available at the Foundation office in December and are due back in early March. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm GUARDIAN SCHOLARS Guardian Scholars is a program committed to supporting ambitious college bound students exiting the Orange County foster care system. Program benefits include assistance in completing college entrance forms; Financial Aid application assistance, mentoring opportunities, friendship and support. Our program collaborates with Orangewood Children's Foundation. Additional funding may be available to support transfer costs. If you are an emancipated or former foster youth and interested in receiving benefits available to you, contact Rick Rams at (714) 484-7371. The Guardian Scholar Application period is between January and May 31, 2010. His office is located in the Cypress College Complex on the second floor in Student Support Services Division Office. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 9:30am – 6:30pm PLEASE NOTE! The office hours listed are subject to change. For updated information, please visit our Class Schedule online at: www.CypressCollege.edu. 149 149 Cypress College – FALL 2009 HEALTH SERVICES The Student Health Center exists to promote physical and emotional wellness, prevent illness and injury, provide basic outpatient health services, and to educate students toward taking responsibility for their own health. There is no charge to see the Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Psychologist and/or Nurse. Nominal fees may be assessed for lab tests, immunizations, medications, and special exam procedures. A registered nurse and family nurse practitioner are available at all times. Appointments are recommended to see the nurse practitioner or physician. Emergencies are seen immediately. All students are covered by an insurance policy which provides coverage for accidents while on campus during required attendance and while using college-sponsored transportation to and from college activities (private insurance is primary). To make use of health services or to get further information, contact the Health Center located on the first floor of the Gymnasium II Building by calling (714) 484-7361, or stop by the Center. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON, THU – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm TUE – WED 8:00am – 7:00pm INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS PROGRAM Cypress College welcomes applications for its International Student Program. Our college is authorized by the United States Department of Homeland Security as an institution of higher learning for non-immigrant F-1 visa students. One of the goals of the program is to provide positive educational opportunities for students in an effort to improve the global community. The staff offers assistance with academic advisement, registration into classes and orienting students to living in Southern California. Only persons who qualify for F-1 student visas are eligible for admission. Deadlines for the acceptance of applications from international students are July 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester. Applications are available in the program office, which is located in Building 8, Student Activities or visit our website at www.CypressCollege.edu and link to International Students. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC) Located on the first floor of the Library/Learning Resource Center (LLRC), the Learning Resource Center includes a Computer Commons (open computer lab), a Language Lab (Room 126) and a Math/Science Learning Center (Room 127). FREE tutoring is also available for Cypress College students writing a paper in any subject or taking any English course. Tutors in other subjects may also be available as the semester progresses. Call (714) 484-7183 for information. The Computer Commons provides nearly 100 computers with access to the Internet, and applications to complete classroom assignments. Power ports and wireless connectivity are provided for students with personal laptop computers or PDAs. Students may print in color or black and white, and a photocopier is also available. The Math/Science Learning Center (Room 127) is staffed by faculty and peer tutors, offering assistance in solving math problems or understanding math concepts. Limited assistance in Biology, Chemistry and Physics is also available. Call (714) 484-7183 for information. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 9:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm SAT – SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED LIBRARY The library (located on the second floor of the Library/Learning Resource Building) maintains a collection of approximately 68,000 books, periodical subscriptions as well as videos, CDs, DVDs, cassette tapes, maps and pamphlets. Students may access the World Wide Web, the library catalog and the extensive full-text journal and newspaper article databases, such as NewsBank, EBSCOhost, and the TILT academic research program via twenty-four Internet stations located in the Reference area. Remote access is available from any Internet computer by linking to the library home page and from off-campus with a User ID and password. The library also maintains a textbook reserve collection for students who may need access for a limited time inside the library. In addition, available resources include individual study spaces, group study rooms, photocopiers and various listening and viewing stations. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 9:00pm FRI 8:00am – 1:00pm SAT – SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED STUDENT ACTIVITIES NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Student Activities Center MON – FRI Office MON – FRI 8:00 am – 5:00 pm STUDENT CENTER NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: Photo ID MON – FRI 8:00 am – 5:00 pm TRANSFER CENTER The Transfer Center assists students interested in continuing their education at four-year institutions. Students are offered opportunities to meet with representatives from four-year schools for academic advisement, application workshops, and transfer information fairs. Students can access transfer resources including college catalogs, articulation agreements, reference books, degree major programs, and university admission requirements. The Transfer Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center. Please call for any additional information (714) 484-7129. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 8:00am – 7:00pm FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED Check our website for more information and up-to-date college visitation details: www.CypressCollege.edu/services/transfer. VETERANS BENEFITS Cypress College is approved as a degree-granting institution for the attendance of veterans under Title 38, United States Code. This includes the programs covered in Chapters 30, 31, 33, 35, 1606 and 1607. The College is also approved for the attendance of California veterans’ dependents under the State program. Veterans who plan to enroll in the College are urged to contact the Coordinator of Veterans Affairs (Admissions and Records Office) well in advance of registration so the necessary arrangements may be made with the Veterans Administration or the California Department of Veterans Affairs. The Admissions and Records office works closely with academic counseling, the Student Employment/Financial Aid Office, the Student Educational Development Center, and various veterans agencies to provide the veteran with services contributing to a successful educational experience. The Admissions and Records Office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. Call (714) 484-7346 for additional information. NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: MON – THU 11:00am – 6:30pm FRI 8:30am – 4:30pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED 150 150 151 151 152 152 153 153 154 154 155 155 156 QUICK GUIDE SERVICE/OFFICE Admissions and Records Add and Drop Application Graduation Residency Transcripts Veterans Affairs Adult Re-entry Assessment Center Associated Students Clubs and Organizations Student Government Athletics Sports Information Bookstore Bursar’s Office CalWORKS Campus Safety Emergencies Lost and Found Parking CARE Career Planning Center Charger Chronicle Counseling Service Areas Business and CIS Career Planning/Adult Re-entry Counseling Center Fine Arts Health Science Language Arts Physical Education Science, Engineering and Mathematics Social Science Vocational Education Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) Distance Education/Online Division Offices Business Career Technical Education (Vocational) Counseling and Student Development Fine Arts Health Science Language Arts Library/Learning Resources Physical Education Science, Engineering and Mathematics Social Science Student Support Services Vocational/Technical (AKA: Career Technical Education) TO HELP YOU TELEPHONE 484-7346 484-7346 484-7346 484-7346 484-7346 484-7346 484-7348 484-7120 484-7223 484-7198 LOCATION Student Center Student Center, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor, Room 225 Student Activities – Bldg 8, 1st Floor Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107 Bookstore, 1st Floor Student Center Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 CCE3 484-7352 484-7356 484-7336 484-7317 484-7237 484-7387 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 Student Center, 2nd Floor Fine Arts Bldg, 1st Floor Business Bldg, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Fine Arts Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 100 Tech Ed III (Health Science) Bldg, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107B Science/Math Bldg, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Tech Ed I Bldg, 2nd Floor Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor 484-7237 484-7120 484-7267 484-7213 484-7120 484-7015 484-7129 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7015 484-7104 484-7052 484-7211 484-7231 484-7334 484-7139 484-7283 484-7169 484-7302 484-7352 484-7153 484-7185 484-7371 484-7231 Business Bldg, 2nd Floor Tech Ed I Bldg, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Fine Arts Bldg, 2nd Floor Tech Ed III (Health Science) Bldg, 2nd Floor Cypress Continuing Ed. Bldg, CE-II-09 LLRC, 2nd Floor, Room 239 Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107 Science/Math Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 208 Science/Math Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 127 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 218 Tech Ed I Bldg, 2nd Floor Additional information about most of these services can be found in the Student Services section of this schedule. 157 Cypress College – FALL 2009 SERVICE/OFFICE English as a Second Language EOPS Extended Day Office Facilities Reservations and Rentals Financial Aid Food Services — Harmony Foods Foundation Scholarships Guardian Scholars Health Services Honors Program Instruction Office International Students Center for Intercultural Understanding I-20 Forms Language Lab Legacy Program Library Learning Resource Center Math/Science Learning Center Matriculation Online Education Puente Program School of Continuing Education Service Learning Student Services Outreach Student Activities Student Discipline Study Abroad Supplemental Instruction Teacher Preparation Program Educational Interpreter Training Program Paraprofessional Certificate Program TRAC Transfer Center Tutorial Center UTAP LOCATION TELEPHONE Cypress Continuing Ed. Bldg, CE-2 484-7169 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor 484-7368 Business Bldg, 1st Floor (M-Th 4:00pm – 9:00pm) 484-7332 (Saturdays 7:30am – 3:30pm) 484-7333 Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor 484-7388 Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor 484-7114 Student Center 484-7227 Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor 484-7126 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor (Dean’s Office) Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor Student Activities, Bldg 8, 1st Floor 484-7374 484-7361 484-7129 484-7329 484-7050 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor 484-7193 Student Center, 2nd Floor, Room 218 484-7000 x48539 Library/Learning Resource Center, 2nd Floor 484-7124 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor 484-7193 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 127 484-7151 Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7230 484-7052 Language Arts/Counseling, Counseling Center 484-7015 Continuing Ed., Bldg 14, Room 5 (Off of Lot 4) 484-7038 Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7452 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 218 484-7371 Student Activities Center, Bldg 8 484-7199 Student Center, 2nd Floor, Room 213 484-7334 Cypress Continuing Ed. Bldg, CE-2-09 484-7080 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 105 484-7322 Fine Arts, 1st Floor, Room 136 484-7168 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7237 484-7129 484-7183 484-7129 Additional information about most of these services can be found in the Student Services section of this schedule. 158 INDEX Academic/College Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Add and Drop Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Address Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Admission Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 3-6 Adult Re-Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Application Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.CypressCollege.edu Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 3-4 Associate Degree Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Associated Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Auditing Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 BOGW Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact Financial Aid Book Buy Backs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 California Articulation Number (CAN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Career Planning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Center for Intercultural Understanding (CIU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See College Catalog Challenging Prerequisites/Corequisites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Change of Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Class Cancellations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 145 Classes Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Administration of Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Aeronautics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Aviation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Airline and Travel Careers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Anthropology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Art/Art Computer Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-27 Astronomy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Automotive Collision Repair/Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Aviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Management, Marketing or Office Administration Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Chinese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Communication Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Computer Information Systems/Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 54 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Court Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Dental Assistant/Dental Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Diagnostic Medical Sonography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Engineering/Engineering Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 English/English as a Second Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 77 Ethnic Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Flight Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See Airline and Travel Careers Food Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 French. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Health Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Health Science/Health Science Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 88 History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Homeland Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Hospitality/Travel Career . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Airline and Travel Careers or Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Human Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Interdisciplinary Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Journalism/Communications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Law Enforcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Administration of Justice Library Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Marine Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Mortuary Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Multi-Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Philosophy/Religious Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Physical Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Portuguese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Psychiatric Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Communication Studies Theater Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Travel Career . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See Airline and Travel Careers Cooperative Agencies Resources in Education (C.A.R.E.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 5 Course Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Course Progression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Course Repetition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 146 Cypress College Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See College Catalog Cypress College Majors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See College Catalog Deadline Dates - Full Length Semester Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Deadline Dates - Short Term Classes (9-Week, 15-Week, & All Other) . . . . . . . . Refer to comments under the class Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Disabled Student Program & Services (DSPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Discrimination Statement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 District Alcohol/Drug Free Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146, 160 Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Fee Waivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Fees and Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Final Exam Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 5, 149 Food Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 General Education Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151-156 Grades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Graduation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Guardian Scholars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 150 Honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 100, 144 Hours — Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 How to Read the Class Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Hybrid Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 IGETC Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Important Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Learning Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Lost and Found (Campus Safety) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover myGateway Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12 Non-Discrimination Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Online and Hybrid Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Open Enrollment Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 4 Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 15 Petitioning Closed Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Photo I.D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Privacy Release. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Quick Guide to Help You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Registration Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 3-15 Residency — CA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Scholarships — Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Security — Campus Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Service Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Sexual Assault Victims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Student Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Student Right to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Supplemental Instruction (SI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 67 Teacher Preparation Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 74 Transcript of Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 146 UTAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Verification of Student Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Veterans’ Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Welcome to Cypress College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover Withdrawal from College/Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 159 2009 Fall Final Examination Schedule Full Semester Classes Only EXAMINATION DATES: Wednesday, December 9 – Thursday, December 17, 2009 1. Students are expected to attend the final examination. If for any reason this is impossible, they should see their instructors as to the final examination period. 2. A final examination will be given in all classes. 3. A final examination will be held in the regularly assigned rooms. If instructors need a room change, please see the Division Dean. 4. No final examinations are to be scheduled in advance of the examination week, nor at hours other than those scheduled. If a student needs to take a final examination early, he/she should speak with their instructor. 5. Classes will not meet other than regularly scheduled examination periods during exam week. 6. Laboratory finals for both day and evening classes should be given during the last regular meeting of the laboratory. 7. Day classes, which meet for more than one hour, will use the first hour. Day classes which meet for two or more hours on any day and one hour the second will use the schedule for the time class meets for two hours. Evening classes will meet as scheduled below. 8. Open time periods are reserved for approved unscheduled examinations. These periods can also be used for make-up examinations. 9. Any questions about class exams should be directed to the Division Dean. 10. Late start and short-term course exams will be on the last class meeting. Day Classes Exam Time 8:00am to 10:00am Wed Dec 9 8:00am MTWRF MTWR MTW MW W 8:30am MTWRF MTWR MW W 9:00am W 9:30am W 10:00am W 10:30am W 11:00am MW W 11:30am MW W Thu Dec 10 7:00am R 7:30am R 8:00am R 8:30am R 9:00am MTWRF MTWR TR R 9:30am MTWRF MTWR TR R 10:00am TR T 10:00am R 10:30am TR T 10:30am R 11:00am R 11:30am R A. Locate the clock hour your class is scheduled during the semester. B. Check the date directly above it to determine the day you will take the examination. C. Look at the LEFT column to determine the time of day the examination will be given on that particular date. Fri Dec 11 7:00am F 7:30am F 8:00am MF FS F 8:30am F 9:00am F 9:30am F Mon Dec 14 6:00am MT M 6:30am M 7:00am M 7:30am M 8:00am MT M 8:30am M 9:00am MW M 9:30am MW M 10:00am MTWRF MTWR MW M 10:30am MTWRF MTWR MW M 11:00am M 11:30am M 12:00pm M 12:30pm M 1:00pm MW M 1:30pm MW M 2:00pm MW M 2:30pm MW M Tue Dec 15 7:00am TR T 7:30am TR T 8:00am TWR TR T 8:30am TR T Wed Dec 16 7:00am MTWRF MTWR MW W 7:30am MTWRF MTWR MW W Thu Dec 17 9:00am MT T 9:30am T 10:30am to 12:30pm 10:00am F 10:30am F 11:00am F 11:30am F 11:00am MTWRF MTWR TWR MT TR T 11:30am MTWRF MTWR TW TR T 12:00pm MTWRF MTWR MT TWR TR T 12:30pm MTWRF MTWR MT TR T 3:00pm MTWRF MT MTWR TR T 3:30pm MTWRF MTWR TR T OPEN OPEN 1:00pm to 3:00pm 12:00pm MW W 12:30pm MWF MW W 1:00pm TWR W 1:30pm W 2:00pm W 2:30pm W 12:00pm R 12:30pm R 1:00pm MTWRF MTWR TR R 1:30pm MTWRF MTWR TR R 2:00pm R 2:30pm R 3:00pm R 3:30pm R 12:00pm F 12:30pm F 1:00pm F 1:30pm MF F 2:00pm F 2:30pm F OPEN 1:00pm T 1:30pm T 2:00pm MTWRF MTWR MT TR T 2:30pm MTWRF MTWR TR T OPEN 3:30pm to 5:30pm 3:00pm MW W 3:30pm MW W 3:00pm F 3:30pm F 3:00pm M 3:30pm M OPEN EVENING CLASSES — Classes that start at 4:00pm or after Exam Time Evening Classes Wed Dec 9 MW W Thu Dec 10 MTWR MTW TW TR Fri Dec 11 F Mon Dec 14 MR M Tue Dec 15 T Wed Dec 16 OPEN Thu Dec 17 R SATURDAY CLASSES — Finals are taken during regular class meeting times on Saturday, December 12, 2009. SUNDAY CLASSES — Finals are taken during regular class meeting times on Sunday, December 13, 2009. Days of the week key Monday M Tuesday T Wednesday W ThuRsday R Friday F Saturday S SUnday U 160 With the end of major construction on campus, the pond has become a center of attention for student life. The addition of two new buildings — the Student Center and the Library/Learning Resource Center — have transformed the pond area and Gateway Plaza. A new cafe in the Student Center now allows for convenient dining near the pond as well. A Great Environment! Important Information for Fall 2009 Index ...............................page 159 Important Dates .................... page 2 How to Read This Schedule ..... page 18 Registration Dates and Times .... page 7 Admissions Information ........ page 1, 3 MyGateway Registration .......... page 9 Class Listings ...................... page 19 Online and Hybrid Courses .....page 142 Weekend Courses ................page 140 Late-Start Classes ................page 135 Final Exam Schedule ............page 160 Cypress College 9200 Valley View St. • Cypress, CA • 90630 CypressCollege.edu • (714) 484-7000 Dr. Michael J. Kasler, President, Cypress College North Orange County Community College District Dr. Ned Doffoney, Chancellor Board of Trustees: Jeffrey P. Brown, Barbara Dunsheath, Leonard Lahtinen, Michael B. Matsuda, Molly McClanahan, Donna Miller, M. Tony Ontiveros; Carissa Clark, Student Trustee, Cypress College; Ethan Morse, Student Trustee, Fullerton College 09-Fall-cover.indd 1 4/24/09 2:45:20 PM ...
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