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Summer 2012

Raquel Tripp MSJC Student

Daniel Tripp

Michelle Tripp

MSJC Student

MSJC Student

Classes begin June 11

www.msjc.edu

Danielle Carter-Tripp MSJC Student


Quick Links To view Summer 2012 information online:

Student EagleAdvisor

www.msjc.edu simply click on the Summer 2012 schedule cover on the homepage. Or, go to “Schedule of Classes” and choose the Summer Session 2012 link on the left. This link includes a direct link to “Search for Classes”.

Click on a specific section under “Section Name and Title”. This information includes: the course description, faculty contact, prerequisite requirements and section specific notes indicating if the section meets off campus, short term, is online only, hybrid (online and face-to-face), etc.

Important Dates Summer 2012 8 week classes: June 11 – August 2 6 week classes: June 25 – August 2

Dates Now

Action Applications for Admission accepted

Now

Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver Applications for 20122013 accepted

Now

Prerequisite Challenge Forms accepted

Apr 23 – Day prior to Priority Registration (DSP&S and then EOP&S and then 1st class meeting approved Foster Youth students)

Dates June 11 – 12

Action Audit forms accepted first and second day of instruction only for 8-week Summer classes ++

June 11 – 14

Late registration for 8-week classes ++

First Class Meeting

Last day to drop 8-week class and get a REFUND (some cases before class meets)

June 20 – 21

Walk-in Registration available for 6-week classes only+

Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for Veterans and Apr 24 – Day prior to then approved student representatives under external/ 1st class meeting internal mandates

Last day to drop an 8-week class without a “W” grade 20% of Class Meetings (Please refer to your registration statement for specific dates.) ++

April 25 – Day prior to Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for continuing 1st class meeting students with less than 90 units in descending order

June 25

Last day to apply for pass/no pass for an 8-week class (some classes have an earlier date) ++

Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for continuing May 9 – Day prior to 1st students with 90+ units and then students with a higher class meeting degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate)

June 25

Start of 6-week classes+

June 25 – 26

May 10 – Day prior to Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for returning 1st class meeting students (missed one primary semester)

Audit forms accepted first and second day of instruction only for 6-week Summer classes+

June 25 – 28

Late registration for 6-week classes+

July 4

Holiday – College Closed (Independence Day)

First Class Meeting

Last day to drop a 6-week class and get a REFUND (some cases before class meets)

July 5

Last day to apply for pass/no pass for a 6-week class (some classes have an earlier date)+

May 15 – Day prior to Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for new matriculated 1st class meeting students (completed assessment and orientation) May 28

Holiday – College Closed (Memorial Day)

Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for non-matriculated May 29 – Day prior to students, based on unit load (6 units or less) and educa1st class meeting tional goal (advance in current career/job, maintain certificate/license, personal development) Registration by Web (my.msjc.edu) for concurrently May 30 – Day prior to enrolled high school students who have completed the 1st class meeting matriculation and concurrent enrollment processes

Last day to drop a 6-week class without a “W” grade 20% of Class Meetings (Please refer to your registration statement for specific dates.) + July 5

Last day to submit paperwork for credit by examination

Last day to drop an 8-week class with a “W” grade 75% of Class Meetings (Please refer to your registration statement for specific dates.)++

May 30

Last day to request RTA “GoPass” transportation fee refund. NOTE: All classes must be dropped as of this date to receive a refund

June 4

RTA “GoPass” bus ridership for Summer 2012 begins for eligible (registered) students

Last day to drop a 6-week class with a “W” grade 75% of Class Meetings (Please refer to your registration statement for specific dates.) +

June 6 – 7

Walk-in Registration available for 8-week classes only ++

July 25

Credit by examination must be completed

July 26

Last day to apply for Summer 2012 graduation

June 11

Start of 8-week classes++

August 2

RTA “GoPass” bus ridership for Summer 2012 ends

Due to the wide variety of start and end dates of classes, it is not possible to list all of the dates for every class in the schedule publication. Please refer to your registration statement for specific dates, including refund date, drop without a “W” date, and drop with a “W” date. The last day to drop a class with a refund is 10% of the class. For short-term classes, this is typically before the second class meeting. In some cases, it is prior to the first class meeting.

++ An 8-week class = one that is scheduled to meet June 11 – August 2, 2012 + A 6-week class = one that is scheduled to meet June 25 – August 2, 2012 Due to a variety of conditions beyond the control of Mt. San Jacinto College, the college cannot be responsible for delays in posting of official grades. R E G I S T R AT I O N DAT E S A R E T E N TAT I V E A N D S U B J E C T TO CHANGE.


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Books for Menifee and Area (Sec# 3000 and above): http://eagleshop.msjc.edu/msjcme Books for San Jacinto and Area (Sec# 2999 and below): http://eagleshop.msjc.edu/msjcc

Mission for Summer 2012 The summer session for MSJC for 2012 has not been spared from the severe economic challenges facing our college and the California Community College System. Out of concern for our students who need to complete programs before Fall semester begins, we are offering a very limited summer schedule of regular courses.  The focus of summer will be on high demand courses needed to accomplish completion now! In order to optimize this opportunity for as many students as possible, there will be a five unit enrollment limitation for summer regular courses.   It is our intention to assist students to the best of our ability within the economic constraints that are upon us.  Using resources that are available without incurring additional costs, we will also offer our free Summer MSJC Connect Program, which is focused on enhancing student skills for a successful college experience as students move forward to Fall.  

Summer session begins June 11, 2012 *8 week classes (6/11 - 8/2) and all other sections are 6 week classes (6/25 - 8/2) For Class Prerequisite information see Catalog or Eagle Advisor at: www.msjc.edu Course Number

Schedule Key

SECT# DAY

Subject Abbreviation

HISTORY HIST-101

Section Notes

Course Title

TIME

BLDG/RM

Units

INSTRUCTOR

Western Civilization I: to 1500

3 units

Online Service or Location Area

4105 ONLINE

Instructor Name

T Menzing

STAFF means instructor was not designated at press time

NOTE: Proctored exam(s) will be required for successful completion of this class.

San Jacinto

Section Number Number range designates which campus

1196 MW 1197 W

9:30 AM-10:50 AM 7:00 PM-9:50 PM

1200/1212 1200/1217

S Flowers  W Burger 

11:00 AM-12:20 PM 300M/305

G Vargas 

Menifee

3876 TTH Day(s) & Time

SECT# DAY

TIME

BLDG/RM

ALLIED HEALTH AH 120

Building or Location INSTRUCTOR

5 units

Menifee

8:00 AM-11:50 AM

1000/1008

D King

NOTE: Section #3034 is a SHORT-TERM class which meets June 11 - July 19. All students enrolling in AH-120 must bring proof of registration to Nursing Dept Bldg 500 to pick up info packet containing required forms. Enrollment is tentative until all items have been received, and must be completed by end of first week of class. On the first day of class the instructor will verify all course requisites have been met.

MWTH 1:00 PM-4:50 PM 500M/508 AH 127 Infant to Adult Basic and Advanced Life Support

D King 3 units

Menifee

3035 TTH TTH

8:00 AM-11:50 AM 1:00 PM-4:50 PM

500M/511 500M/511

M Johnson M Johnson

NOTE: Section #3035 is a SHORT TERM class which meets June 12 - July 17. On the first day of class the instructor will verify all course requisites have been met.

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

5 units

San Jacinto

7:30 AM-9:00 AM 9:10 AM-12:20 PM

1250/1265 1250/1265

S Roulette S Roulette

*3013 MTWTH 7:25 AM-8:50 AM 500M/502 MTWTH 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 500M/502 ANAT 102 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

STAFF STAFF 5 units

Menifee

Menifee

*3014 MTWTH MTWTH

12:30 PM-1:55 PM 2:05 PM-5:05 PM

500M/502 500M/502

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BIOL 115

SECT# DAY

TIME

BLDG/RM

INSTRUCTOR

*1007 MTWTH MTWTH BIOL 125

8 AM-9:30 AM 9:40 AM-11:10 AM

1250/1258 1250/1258

Microbiology

STAFF STAFF 5 units

Menifee

*3012 MTWTH MTWTH

8:00 AM-9:25 AM 9:35 AM-12:35 PM

300M/355A 300M/316

STAFF STAFF

CHEMISTRY CHEM 100 Introduction to Chemistry

4 units

San Jacinto

*1004 MTWTH MTWTH

8:00 AM-9:30 AM 9:40 AM-11:10 AM

1200/1217 1200/1218

STAFF STAFF

7:30 AM-8:55 AM 9:05 AM-10:30 AM

300M/304 300M/306

STAFF STAFF

Menifee

ANAT 101 Human Anatomy & Physiology I *1006 MTWTH MTWTH

Room

San Jacinto

Emergency Medical Technician I

3034 MWTH

Shade denotes evening class (after 4:00pm)

Topics in Biology

STAFF STAFF

4 units

Online

*3011 ONLINE

STAFF

*3010 MTWTH MTWTH

CHEM 101 General Chemistry I

5 units

Menifee

*3015 MTWTH MTWTH

8:55 AM-10:20 AM 10:40 AM-1:37 PM

300M/305 300M/306

CHEM 107 Chemistry of Life

STAFF STAFF 5 units

San Jacinto

*1005 MTWTH MTWTH

9:15 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-1:00 PM

1200/1214 1200/1218

STAFF STAFF

FOR FULL CLASS DESCRIPTIONS, PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION GO TO:

WWW.MSJC.EDU

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*ONLINE CLASSES = Official check-in for online classes begins 5 days before, and ends 2 days after, the start of class. Students must complete the check-in to avoid being dropped. Online sections are considered full term unless otherwise noted. For information, go to http://my.msjc.edu/web/ol SECT# DAY

TIME

BLDG/RM

CHILD DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION CDE 110

Child Development

INSTRUCTOR

3 units

*1027 ONLINE

W Orcajo

San Jacinto

L Gonzagas 3 units

TIME

BLDG/RM

PHIL 112 Critical Thinking and Composition (formerly Methods of Argument)

INSTRUCTOR

4 units

Online

1002 ONLINE

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

First Aid and CPR (formerly First Aid)

J Koobatian 3 units

San Jacinto

1000 MTWTH

*1026 MW 8:00 AM-10:50 AM SCDC/2121 CDE 125 Child, Family and Community

8:00 AM-10:10 AM

1900/1901

R Howerton

NOTE: Section #1000 meets for six weeks, June 11-July 19.

PEIC 110

Pre-Season Athletics

3 units

San Jacinto

Menifee

*3005 TTH

8:00 AM-10:50 AM

MCDC/723

C Darwin Glomah

COMM 100 Public Speaking

3 units

San Jacinto

1008 MTWTH

8:00 AM-10:00 AM

1200/1213

M Fleming

9:30 AM-11:30 AM

300M/351A

S Shelton

Menifee

3025 MTWTH

ENGL 101 Freshman Composition

4 units

Online

3028 ONLINE

J Bocharova

San Jacinto

8:00 AM-10:50 AM 8:00 AM-10:50 AM 8:00 AM-10:50 AM

1200/1206 1250/1250C 1250/1250A

K Kusudo K Kiefer-Newman S Lindsey

Menifee

*3026 MTWTH 8:00 AM-10:00 AM 300M/362 *3027 MTWTH 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 300M/362 ENGL 103 Critical Thinking and Writing

A Uvalle J Bang 4 units

Online

1013 ONLINE

A Ramirez

San Jacinto

1012 MTWTH

8:00 AM-10:50 AM

9:00 AM-9:40 AM 9:50 AM-1:25 PM 1:00 PM-1:50 PM 2:00 PM-8:20 PM

C Mazzotta C Mazzotta

1900/1900 1900/1900

F Mozga F Mozga

TCGC/GREEN TCGC/GREEN

E Stillman E Stillman

Menifee

3021 MTWTH MTWTH PEIC 112

*1001 ONLINE

MATHEMATICS

MATH 096 Intermediate Algebra

C Yamanaka

5 units

Online

1:00 PM-1:40 PM 1:50 PM-5:25 PM

1900/1900 1900/1900

F Mozga F Mozga

NOTE: Section #1030 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate women’s basketball. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3594.

PEIC 114

Off-Season Athletics

3 units

San Jacinto

1029 MTWTH MTWTH

1032 MTWTH MTWTH

Online

C Hayes C Hayes

San Jacinto

1030 MTWTH MTWTH

3 units G Vargas 3 units

SOCR/SOCRFLD SOCR/SOCRFLD

Intensive Intercollegiate Athletics Preparation 3 units (formerly PE-150 Intercollegiate Sports: Conditioning And Strength Training)

1031 MTWTH MTWTH

Menifee

9:00 AM-9:40 AM 9:50 AM-1:25 PM

NOTE: Section #3021 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate women’s soccer. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-639-5591.

E Leduc J Mull

3031 MTWTH 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 500M/503 HIST 112 U.S. History Since 1865

5:00 PM-5:40 PM 5:50 PM-9:25 PM

FILD/BASE FILD/BASE

S Alonzo S Alonzo

NOTE: Section #1029 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate men’s baseball. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3592.

5:00 PM-5:40 PM 5:50 PM-9:25 PM

1900/1900 1900/1900

T Skinner T Skinner

NOTE: Section #1031 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate men’s basketball. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3596.

9:00 AM-9:40 AM 9:50 AM-1:25 PM

CRTS/1000 CRTS/1000

J Escatiola J Escatiola

NOTE: Section #1032 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate men’s and women’s tennis. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3604.

Menifee

3022 MTWTH MTWTH

9:00 AM-9:40 AM 9:50 AM-1:25 PM

WP/BSFIELD WP/BSFIELD

G Oliver G Oliver

NOTE: Section #3022 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate women’s softball. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-639-5590.

POLITICAL SCIENCE PS 101

Introduction to American Government and Politics 3 units

Online

*3007 ONLINE

STAFF

San Jacinto

*1003 ONLINE

W Hamilton

Menifee

8:00 AM-11:30 AM 8:00 AM-11:30 AM

1250/1254 1200/1202

J Valdez Alvarez K Johnson

*3006 MTWTH 8:00 AM-10:30 AM MATH 105 College Algebra

500M/504

STAFF 4 units

3032 MTWTH

10:30 AM-12:30 PM 300M/305

TEACHING ASSISTANT

Menifee

San Jacinto

TA 100

Introduction to Tutoring Across Disciplines

1200/1211 1200/1216

L Mondragon STAFF

8:00 AM-10:00 AM 500M/503 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 300M/304

STAFF STAFF

R Melsh 3 units

Menifee

3033 MTWTH 8:00 AM-10:50 AM 8:00 AM-10:50 AM

Menifee

*3008 MTWTH *3009 MTWTH

1034 TTH TTH

8:00 AM-10:00 AM 300M/356 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 300M/356

U.S. History to 1877

1016 MTWTH 1017 MTWTH

FILD/2000 FILD/2000

NOTE: Section #1033 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate women’s volleyball. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3603.

C Spence

HISTORY

1014 MTWTH 1015 MTWTH

1033 MTWTH MTWTH

1200/1212

Menifee

*3029 MTWTH *3030 MTWTH

4:00 PM-4:40 PM 4:50 PM-8:25 PM

NOTE: Section #1034 meets for 8 weeks, June 26 - August 16. The course is designed for intercollegiate women’s golf. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3591.

ENGLISH

1009 MTWTH 1010 MTWTH 1011 MTWTH

1028 MTWTH MTWTH

NOTE: Section #1028 meets for 7 weeks, June 18 - August 2. The course is designed for intercollegiate men’s football. Interview date will be 5/17, please call 951-487-3593.

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

2

PHILOSOPHY

PE 115

Online

HIST 111

SECT# DAY

10:00 AM-12:00 PM 300M/355A

L Ross

NOTE: $20 testing fee required at registration. BOGW does not pay testing fee.

In many MSJC courses students are expected to be able to access the Internet and the MSJC Blackboard either at home or from the campus Learning Resource Centers, where assistance for using these technologies is available.


Are you interested in gaining additional knowledge and help during the summer, but the class you wanted is already full? Well, let MSJC Connect lend you a hand. It’s free, easy, and VERY helpful! For more information and to register for any of the following classes, visit my.msjc.edu and select the MSJC Connect button (after April 15th). •

A Walking Tour – Wear comfy shoes and check out our great campus and the resources just waiting to support you!

Tips for Making it BIG at MSJC – Let us help you develop a “personal portfolio” of strategies designed to enhance YOUR college experience.

MSJC – A Community for Learners – MSJC prides itself in the services available to support the needs of its students. Join us to learn what these are and how to use them.

Negotiating the College Learning Web – Let us show you how to access the awesome online resources MSJC offers. They are just one “click“ away!

Step Into Photoshop – This class will introduce you to some of the great tools Photoshop offers. Leave with a flyer YOU created and a better understanding of what this program can do for you!

Photoshop 2 – If Photoshop basics are no problem, join us to learn how to move on to the next level of this creative technology.

Microsoft 101: A Word on Word – Start your college paper on the right “Key!” Become familiar with margins, double-spacing, and so much more.

Microsoft Word 2 – Quick review, and then we will move on to more advanced tools in Microsoft Word, including MLA, and APA documentation.

Excel in Excel Software – Learn just how simple Excel technology can be when creating important documents like spreadsheets and charts. This is a beginner’s dream!

Blackboard: Bb123 – All of your classes are in it; your transcripts are there, even access to your teachers is right at your Bb fingertips. Come and get “on board” with Blackboard.

PowerPoint Orientation: Come and make friends with Power Point, the software that will make for great presentations.


PowerPoint 2 – Take the next step in learning how to maximize the tools PowerPoint provides. • College Success – These workshops are for students at any level who wish to improve their academic

success. Topics include Time Management, Using Technology as a Student, College 101, and Using the 21st Century Library.

Additional Workshops Math Workshops

Intro to Fractions LCM/GCF Operations on Fractions Operations on Decimals Operations with Integers Basic Geometry

Solving Linear Equations Translating English into Math Metric System & Conversions Conversions Word Problems – Mixture Exponent Rules Percents & Percentage Equations Ratio, Rates & Proportions Scientific Calculator TI-30XII Graphing Linear Equations Word Problems – Translations Word Problems – Geometry Functions & Function Notation Factoring Polynomials Word Problems – Investment Systems of Equations Solving Quadratic Equations

Writing Workshops

Writing with Three Perspectives Audience, Purpose, & Tone Correcting Run-On Sentences Pronouns & Parallelism Writing Craft Avoiding Plagiarism – Using MLA & APA Documentation Thesis Statements & Topic Sentences Effective Content Using Paraphrases & Avoiding Plagiarism Writing Research Papers

Still interested in more Math? Check out MATH JAMS and find out what happens when you complete a series of these courses. More information on MATH JAMS can be found by visiting my.msjc.edu and selecting the “MSJC Connect” button (after April 15th).

MSJC Connect – the key to success!


Books for Menifee and Area (Sec# 3000 and above): http://eagleshop.msjc.edu/msjcme Books for San Jacinto and Area (Sec# 2999 and below): http://eagleshop.msjc.edu/msjcc

Mt. San Jacinto Community College

Student Right-to-Know Rates for Fall 2007 Cohort Completion Rate: 18.78 % Transfer Rate: 16.52 %

In compliance with the Student-Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990(Public Law 101-542), it is the policy of our college district to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Beginning in Fall 2007, a cohort of all certificate-, degree-, and transfer-seeking first-time, full-time students were tracked over a threeyear period. Their completion and transfer rates are listed above. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at the College nor do they account for student outcomes occurring after this three-year tracking period. Based upon the cohort defined above, a Completer is a student who attained a certificate or degree or became ‘transfer prepared’ during a three year period, from Fall 2007 to Spring 2010. Students who have completed 60 transferable units with a GPA of 2.0 or better are considered ‘transfer-prepared’. Students who transferred to another postsecondary institution, prior to attaining a degree, certificate, or becoming ‘transfer-prepared’ during a five semester period, from Spring 2008 to Spring 2010, are transfer students.

http://srtk.cccco.edu/941/07index.htm

Apply for Admissions Online • • • • • •

Go to www.msjc.edu Click on “Admissions” Click on “Apply for Admission” Complete the application and click on the “submit” button Print confirmation page Remember the login and password used in case you need to review your application information

In Person (online help)

At the Eagle Access Center on the San Jacinto campus, Menifee Valley campus, or at the Temecula Education Complex or the San Gorgonio Pass Campus. Once your application process is complete, you will be advised of your student email account. Information about grades, calendar events and other items of interest will be communicated through this account.

Official Online Course Check-In

Begins 5 days before and ends 2 days after the start of class. Students must complete the check-in process to avoid being dropped. Check your MSJC email often! For information related to the check-in process, go to http://my.msjc.edu/web/ol For general information, go to: http://www.msjc.edu

Transfer/Articulation Form 1098-T. In compliance with IRS regulations, MSJC reports information about student tuition paid in excess of scholarships and waivers during the calendar year. To be eligible to receive a 1098-T, students must have made eligible tuition payments and have a valid SSN on record with the college. To access your 1098-T information:

1. Login to your MY.MSJC account at: http://my.msjc.edu 2. Click on the tab: Student EagleAdvisor 3. Under Payment and Purchases, click View My 1098-T

Forgot your User ID and password? Instructions to find your User ID and password, and additional information about MSJC and the 1098-T requirement, go to: http://my.msjc.edu

For all transfer and articulation information, come to general counseling and refer to www.assist.org.

Student Code of Conduct

Copies of the Mt. San Jacinto College Student Code of Conduct are available in the office of the Vice President of Student Services, the office of the Dean, Outreach/ Matriculation/Student Development, the office of the Dean of Student Services: Athletics, and the SGA office. Find the Student Code of Conduct online at: www.msjc.edu • Click on “Student Services” • Click on “Student Conduct” • Click on “Student Code of Conduct” • Click on “Student Code of Conduct Policy”

Summer Hours of Operation

June 11– August 2, 2012 College Wide

for full class descriptions, prerequisite requirements & additional information go to:

www.msjc.edu

Monday - Thursday

Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed

Please note:   Hours may vary during the week of July 4th.


M t .    S a n    J a c i n t o   C o l l e g e San Jacinto – Menifee – San Gorgonio Pass – Temecula

1499 N. State Street San Jacinto, CA 92583

For full class descriptions & additional information go to:

www.msjc.edu

San Jacinto Campus 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, CA 92583 (951) 487-MSJC (6752)

Menifee Valley Campus 28237 La Piedra Road, Menifee, CA 92584 (951) 672-MSJC (6752)

Temecula Education Complex 27447 and 27463 Enterprise Circle West, Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 506-MSJC (6752)

San Gorgonio Pass Campus 3144 W. Westward Avenue, Banning, CA 92220 (951) 922-1327

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