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Class Schedule SUMMER 2018

REGISTRATION STARTS

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CLASSES START

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SUMMER 2018 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Jan 15-Feb 28

Filing period to submit early Summer 2018 graduation application to receive early registration appointment for Summer 2018

Mar 16-April 15

Registration appointment appeal filing period for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester probation or dismissal

March 26-April 1

Spring Break

April 4

Priority registration for EOPS/DSPS/Veterans/Foster Youth/CalWORKs

April 5

Priority registration for DSPS notetakers, early graduation petitioners, intercollegiate athletes

April 6-12

Priority registration for continuing students and recent high school graduates who have completed Student Success Program**

April 13

Priority registration for new students who have completed the Student Success Program**, and returning students with less than 100 degree applicable units

April 20

Registration for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester probation/dismiss

May 7

Registration for new students who did not complete the Student Success Program** and exempt students

May 28

Holiday - Memorial Day

May 29

In-person registration for concurrent high school students

May 29

First day of instruction for 3 week and 9 week classes - registration by late add code

June 14

Last day of instruction 3 week classes

June 18

First day of instruction for summer 6 week classes - registration by late add code

Variable

The last day to add and other important dates vary by course. Check your class schedule on InSite to obtain these dates.

July 4

Holiday - Independence Day

July 12

Last day to petition for a summer degree/certificate

July 26

Last day of instruction for 6 week classes

July 26

Last day of instruction for 9 week classes

FINAL EXAMS

Usually held during the last scheduled class meeting. Confirm with your instructor.

SPECIAL NOTICE ABOUT SUMMER SESSION COURSE DEADLINES: For summer classes the dates to add, receive a refund, or drop are calculated individually based on the length of each class. For detailed class-specific deadline dates, log into your InSite student account and select “My Class Schedule”. You may also check with your instructor who has this information on the class roster. Students are strongly advised to record these deadlines in their personal calendar. Date calculation guidelines: • Last day to add or drop with eligibility for fee refund (10% of the class) • Last day to withdraw from a full-term class without a “W” (20% of the class)

Last day to choose Pass/No Pass grading option (30% of the class) • Last day to withdraw from a course with a “W” (75% of the class) • Last day to enroll in or adjust units for an open entry/open exit variable unit class (75% of the class) It is the student’s responsibility to know and understand all college deadlines ** The Student Success Program includes assessment, orientation, and completion of an educational plan Info: Students may register online until 11:59 PM, the day prior to the first class meeting. When adding or dropping online, please be sure to keep your email confirmation.

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Where do I start at Contra Costa College?

STEPS TO SUCCESS STEP 1 – Submit an Application for Admission

GET YOUR STUDENT ID

Go to www.contracosta.edu/apply to complete your application online. To submit an application in person visit the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room 111.

Visit the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room 111. Bring proof of enrollment and personal identification.

Need Help?

STEP 2 – Apply for Financial Aid College can be expensive, but we are here to help! Federal and state financial aid is available to students who qualify. See page 5 for more details.

If you need additional support and guidance getting started with the admissions or registration process, please visit the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room 111. Call (510) 215-4110 for current center hours of operation or visit www.contracosta.edu/welcome.

STEP 3 – Complete Orientation New students at Contra Costa College are required to complete orientation. Orientation is offered online through self-paced modules where you will learn a wealth of information about programs, classes, support services, and campus policies. After you submit your application for admission, you will receive an email with a link to the online orientation. * For non-native English speakers and learners, an in-person class, ESL-108 is available. Information on ESL-108 can be found at InSite.4cd.edu/search.

STEP 4 – Complete the Assessment

We want to meet you where you are! Assessing your math and English or English as a Second Language (ESL) skills will help you choose the right classes. You have two options to find out your class placement recommendation. Visit www.contracosta.edu/ assessment to use your high school transcripts to self-report grades from classes you have already taken. You can also make an appointment, online or in person, to take an assessment test in the Assessment Center of the Student Services Center, Room 104.

Parking Information A parking permit is needed to park on campus. You may purchase a parking permit for the semester online via InSite. Log in and click on “Students” tab, then select “Academic Services”. Have your vehicle registration information ready to enter. You may also purchase daily permits at machines located in multiple campus parking lots.

Bookstore For information about required textbooks and prices, please visit the bookstore’s website at www.contracostabooks.com.

STEP 5 – Develop an Educational Plan An educational plan is a map to help you identify the courses required to complete your goals. By enrolling in COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, you will work with a counselor to identify your specific program of study and the most direct route from start to finish. Information on COUNS-108 can be found at www.contracosta.edu/steps-to-success.

STEP 6 – Register for Classes Now that you have a plan for meeting your educational goals, registering for classes is simple. Log in to InSite to register for classes directly from your educational plan. If you need help in person, visit the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room 111.

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¿Como comienzo en Contra Costa College?

PASOS AL ÉXITO

PASO 1 – Presentar una Solicitud de Admisión

PASO 6 – Inscribirse en las Clases

Para completar su solicitud de admisión en línea visite la página: www.contracosta.edu/apply. Para presentar una solicitud en persona puede visitar la oficina de Welcome Center en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina 111.

Ahora que tiene un plan para alcanzar sus metas educativas registrarse para las clases es simple. Ingrese a su cuenta de estudiante InSite por medio de: www.contracosta.edu. Si necesita ayuda en persona, visite la oficina Welcome Center en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina 111.

PASO 2 – Aplicar para Ayuda Financiera Asistir al colegio puede ser costoso, pero estamos aquí para ayudar! Tenemos disponible ayuda financiera Federal y Estatal para los estudiantes que califican. Ver página 6 para más información.

Obtenga su tarjeta de indentificación de estudiante Visite el Welcome Center ubicado en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina 111. Necesitará prueba de inscripción y una identificación personal.

PASO 3 – Completar Orientación Contra Costa College requiere que estudiantes nuevos completen una orientación. La orientación se ofrece en línea a través de módulos donde aprenderá una gran cantidad de información acerca de los programas, clases de apoyo, servicios y pólizas del colegio. Después de presentar su solicitud de admisión, usted recibirá un correo electrónico que proporciona instrucciones de como completar la orientación en línea. *Para los estudiantes cuyo segundo idioma es Inglés, tienen la opción de completar la orientación en persona por medio de la clase ESL-108. Los horarios de éstas clases los puede encontrar en InSite.4cd.edu/search.

PASO 4 – Completar la Evaluación Vamos a ayudarle a elegir los cursos correctos! Evaluar sus habilidades en matemáticas, Inglés o Inglés como Segundo Lengua (ESL) le ayudará a elegir las clases correctas. Tiene dos opciones para saber cuáles son sus niveles académicos en dichas áreas. Puede usar sus high school transcripts y auto-reportar sus calificaciones de la secundaria o puede hacer una cita, en línea o en persona, para tomar la prueba de evaluación en el Assessment Center en el edificiode Student Services Center, oficina 104. Visita www.contracosta.edu/assessment  para más información.

¿Necesita ayuda o está confundido? Si necesita ayuda adicional para empezar con el proceso de admisión o registro, visite el Welcome Center ubicado en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina 111. Para el horacio de la oficina llame al (510) 215-4110 o visite www.contracosta. edu/welcome.

Información acerca del estacionamiento Necesitará un permiso para poder estacionarse en el colegio. Usted puede comprar un permiso de estacionamiento en línea a través de InSite. Al ingresar a su cuenta, inicie su sesión por medio de InSite y haga clic en “Students” y luego en “Academic Services”. Necesitará la información de registro del vehículo. Usted también puede comprar permisos de estacionamiento diarios en las máquinas situadas en varios estacionamientos en el colegio.

Librería Para obtener información acerca de los libros de texto requeridos y los precios, por favor visite www. contracostabooks.com.

PASO 5 – Desarrollar un Plan de Estudio Por medio del curso de Counseling-108 los estudiantes obtienen un plan de estudio que le ayudará a identificar los cursos necesarios para completar sus metas. Al inscribirse en COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, trabajará con un consejero para identificar el programa específico de estudio y la ruta más directa para completarlo. La información sobre las clases disponibles de COUNS-108 se puede encontrar en www.contracosta.edu/steps-to-success.

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION California College Promise Grant (formerly the BOG Fee Waiver) Students who meet specific income and academic requirements can have their class fees waived. Applications are available online at www.contracosta.edu/financialaid. If you have already filed your 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) you may already have a 
California College Promise Grant fee waiver awarded. Please log in to InSite at www.4cd.edu/ InSite. Under the Quick Links menu on the left side of the web page, click on the link for “Financial Aid (2017-18 Academic Year)”, then choose the “Financial Aid Shopping Sheet” or “Award Letter”. FAFSA Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if you are eligible to receive free cash aid to go to school. Apply online at www.fafsa.gov. To apply for financial aid for the summer 2018 semester you must complete the 2017-18 FAFSA. Contra Costa College’s school code is 001190. Cal Grant Deadline The State of California offers state aid through the Cal Grant program. To determine your eligibility for this additional state aid you must complete all necessary application paperwork by the Cal Grant deadline. The deadline is March 2 annually for the following academic year, with a second deadline of September 2 annually (for community college students only). For more information, visit www.calgrants.org. California Dream Act If you are not a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen (including undocumented and DACA students) and meet AB540 requirements, you may qualify for state financial aid programs. Apply online by completing the Dream Act Application at www.caldreamact.org. The deadline is March 2 annually for the following academic year. For additional information about financial aid, including important policies, guidelines and processes, please visit www.contracosta.edu/financialaid. You can also stop by the Office of Financial Assistance located in the Student Services Center, Room 102, or call us with general questions at (510) 215-6026.

Pell Lifetime Eligibility Limit The duration of a student’s eligibility to receive a Federal Pell Grant is 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent). The calculation of the duration of a student’s eligibility will include all years of the student’s receipt of Federal Pell Grant funding. Once a student has received a Federal Pell Grant for 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent), the student will no longer be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant for future semesters. There is no appeal process for this limit. High School Graduation Requirements Students who do not have a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent (e.g., GED), or do not meet the home school requirements, will not be eligible to receive financial aid. Students may qualify for financial aid under one of the Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) alternatives if the student was enrolled in an eligible program prior to July 1, 2012. The ATB alternatives include the student passing an independently administered, approved ATB test or successfully completing at least six credit hours of postsecondary education. Financial Aid Repeat Course Policy The Department of Education has set a limit on the number of times a course can be repeated before it is excluded from a student’s enrollment status for financial aid purposes. To read the policy in its entirety, visit www.contracosta.edu/financialaid. Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy In accordance with federal financial aid regulations, students are required to maintain minimum academic and progress requirements in order to remain eligible to receive financial assistance. To read the SAP Policy in its entirety, visit www. contracosta.edu/financialaid. Need help filling out your application online? Visit the Financial Aid Computer Lab for one-on-one help from a financial aid staff member. The Financial Aid Computer Lab is located in the Assessment Center in the Student Services Center. The lab is open during limited hours. For a listing of lab hours, visit www.contracosta.edu/ financialaid. Applying for financial aid has never been easier!

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HOW DO I APPLY ONLINE TO CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE (CCC)? 1. Visit www.contracosta.edu/apply. 2. “Submit an Application”, click “Apply Now”. 3. Select “Create an Account” if it is your first time applying. a. If you have applied before, click “Sign In” to access your application profile. b. If you forgot your account log in information, click “I forgot my username” and/or “I forgot my password”.

4. Click “Start A New Application” to begin your application. Important: ** It is highly recommended, but not required, to provide your Social Security Number on your application. If you choose not to provide your Social Security Number, you will be coded as an out of state resident which will result in higher tuition fees. Additionally, you will need to provide your Social Security Number if you wish to receive financial assistance. ** If you’re having trouble with your application, please contact the Welcome Center at 510-215-4110.

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APPLY NOW


Do I Register for Classes HOWHow DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES VIA STUDENT PLANNING?Planning? via Student 1) Log into Insite Portal & Click Student Planning

2) Select Student Planning 3) Click #2 Plan & Register

4) Search classes in Course Search Box (at top right of page)

5) Click Add Course to Plan

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6) Select a Term from the dropdown menu

7) Click Add Course to Plan

8) Return to Plan & Register Select the term using the arrows 9) Click View other sections to select a section for each class 10) Click Register Now after selecting your sections

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FEES AND TUITION Fee type

Amount *

Comments

Enrollment Fee.*

$46 per unit

California residents pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit.

Nonresident Fee

$300 total per unit

Nonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit, plus $233 in tuition per unit of credit, plus $26 for a capital outlay fee, per unit.

Non-U.S. Citizen Tuition (including International Students)

$305 total per unit

Non-U.S. citizens who cannot establish California residency pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit, plus $228 in tuition per unit of credit, plus $26 for a capital outlay fee, per unit of credit.

Health Insurance for International Students

$500 for fall per student $700 for spring/summer 2018 per student

Health insurance for international students is mandatory. Students who do not provide proof of health insurance to the International Office before the term begins will be automatically enrolled in a health plan offered by the district. (Subject to change at any time)

Parking Permit

$48 per semester for a car or $3 per day, (subject to change at any time without notice) and $30 per semester for a motorcycle. Mid-semester parking - $24 cars and $15 motorcycles

Term-length parking permits can only be purchased online through the InSite Portal. California College Promise Grant (formerly the BOG fee waiver) recipients receive a discount on parking permits.

Instructional Material Fees1

Variable by course

See policy statement below.1

Student Activity Fee** (This is an optional fee.)

$5.00 per semester

The Student Activity Fee allows the Contra Costa College Associated Students Union (student government) to provide funding for campus clubs, events, activities, and campus-based programs that will benefit the student population. Examples of programs which the activity fee could support are student scholarships, textbook scholarships, multicultural campus events, and community resource outreach programs.

Student Representation Fee

$1 per semester, required. Non-refundable.

All students.

Student ID Card

No charge for ID card or semester stickers

Student ID cards and semester stickers can be obtained in the Welcome Center located in the Student Services Center. All students must show proof of registration.

Transcript Fee2

All requests require written authorization and advance payment. Standard: First 2 copies in the district are free, $5 thereafter. Rush: $15 per transcript; $10 if the student qualifies for either of his/her 2 free copies. Express: $30 per transcript; $25 if the student qualifies for either of his/her 2 free copies.

Standard: Mailed through the U.S. Postal Service within 7-10 business days. No student pick up allowed for standard service. Rush: Mailed by U.S. Postal Service next business day or for pick up. Express: Same day service prepared for student pick up (may not always be available).

Verification Fee

$2 per copy First 2 copies are free $5 letterhead verification

Written authorization is required. Verifications requested through the Admissions and Records Office will be charged $2 for each request. Students can receive free verifications of enrollment through the InSite Portal.

* ** 1. 2.

This amount may be changed by the governor/state legislature without notice. Fee is voluntary. Refund forms are available at the Student Life Office. Refund forms must be submitted in person to the Cashier’s Office within the first two (2) weeks of instruction. Refund checks will be issued monthly after the first two (2) weeks of instruction each term. Instructional Material Fees: For your convenience the bookstore offers required course materials at a reasonable cost. You have the option to purchase your materials from another vendor. If you choose this option, please obtain a note from your instructor and take it to the Cashier’s Office to have the fees removed from your account. Transcripts: Students may receive two (2) free transcripts across the district (e.g. one (1) at CCC and one (1) at DVC equals two (2)). A Transcript Request Form is available on the college website and at the Admissions and Records Office. It can be mailed or faxed to (510) 412-0769. All requests must include payment for associated fees. This includes electronic transcripts.

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SUMMER 2018 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES sec

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instr

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Administration of Justice ADJUS-127A Police Youth Academy: Module A - (LR) - 3 Units

1270 MTWTH 8:10-6:00pm FH-100 Martin, K 7/16 - 7/26 Section 1270 is an accelerated course of instruction that begins on July 17 and ends on July 27. ADJUS-127B Police Youth Academy: Module B - (LR) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ADJUS-127A, minimum grade C; or challenge policy.

2270

MTWTH 8:10-6:00pm FH-100 Martin, K

7/16 - 7/26

ADJUS-135 Law and Democracy - (LR) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

1350 ONLINE McCarty-Snead, S 6/18 - 7/26 Section 1350 is a six week online course. Students should go to contracosta.instructure.com and choose this course. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information, email smccarty@contracosta.edu. This course transfers to CSU, UC and UCB as a social science elective.

African American Studies MTW

8:15-10:25am GE-311 Ivory, T

HIST-122

History of African Americans in the U.S. - (SC) - 3 Units

6/4 - 7/25

5274 MTWTH 10:25-12:35pm GE-312 Hodge, C 6/18 - 7/26 This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies program.

Anthropology TWTH

9:30-12:35pm GE-104 Hawthorne, N

6/19 - 7/26

ANTHR-140 Introduction to Physical Anthropology - (LR) - 3 Units

1365

MTWTH 8:10-10:20am GE-314 Schwappach-Shirriff, L 6/18 - 7/26

MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm GE-314 Schwappach-Shirriff, L 6/18 - 7/26

Art ART-117 Appreciation of Art & Architecture - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

6411 ONLINE Gordon, C 5/29 - 6/14 Section 6411 is offered for 3 units and is offered in an online format. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your instructor at agordon@contracosta.edu. ART-124

Painting 1 - (SC) - 3 Units

6412

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6A

Staff, C

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6A

dates

ART-140

Sculpture: Beginning I - (SC) - 3 Units

5400

MTWTH 8:40-1:05pm A-8 Lu, J Section 5400 has mandatory materials fee of $9.00.

6/18 - 7/26

ART-141 Sculpture: Beginning II - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-140

5401

MTWTH 8:40-1:05pm A-8 Lu, J Section 5401 has mandatory materials fee of $9.00.

ART-174

Drawing and Composition 1 - (SC) - 3 Units

1744

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6B

6/18 - 7/26

Fenstermaker, D 6/18 - 7/26

ART-175 Drawing and Composition: Beginning II - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-174

1755

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6B

Fenstermaker, D 6/18 - 7/26

ART-224 Painting 2 - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-124

6414

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6A

Massadas, B

6/18 - 7/26

6415

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6A

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/26

ART-240 Sculpture: Intermediate I - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-141

5440

MTWTH 8:40-1:05pm A-8 Lu, J Section 5440 has mandatory materials fee of $9.00.

6/18 - 7/26

Massadas, B

5441

MTWTH 8:40-1:05pm A-8 Lu, J Section 5441 has mandatory materials fee of $9.00.

6/18 - 7/26

ART-274 Drawing and Composition 2 - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-174

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6B

Fenstermaker, D 6/18 - 7/26

ART-275 Drawing and Composition: Intermediate II - (SC) - 2-3 Units Prerequisite: ART 274

1275

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm A-6B

ART-810N

Drawing for the Older Adult Student - (P/NP) - 0 Unit

2258 1077

M 2:10-5:00pm A-6A Lu, J M 3:10-5:00pm OPENHOUS Thongvanh, S Section 1077 meets at El Cerrito Open House.

ART-811N

Beginning and Intermediate Painting for Older Adults - (P/NP) - 0 Unit

2232 6205

W W

ART-812N

Exploration in 2-D Art for Seniors - (P/NP) - 0 Unit

1022

T 10:10-1:00pm HERCSRCT Thongvanh, S Section 1022 meets at the Hercules Senior Center.

1:40-5:00pm ELCERHS 2:10-5:00pm A-6A

Fenstermaker, D 6/18 - 7/26

6/18 - 7/23 6/18 - 7/23

Fenstermaker, D 6/20 - 7/25 Lu, J 6/20 - 7/25

6/18 - 7/26

ART-125 Painting: Beginning II - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-124

6413

instr

1274

ANTHR-140L Physical Anthropology Laboratory - (LR) - 1 Unit Prerequisite: ANTHR-140 (may take concurrently)

1364

rm

ART-241 Sculpture: Intermediate II - (SC) - 2-4 Units Prerequisite: ART 240

ANTHR-130 Cultural Anthropology - (SC) - 3 Units

1080

days hrs

ART-225 Painting: Intermediate II - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ART-224

DRAMA-110 African American Theatre - (SC) - 3 Units

2110

sec

NOTE: CLASSES SHADED IN “GRAY”ARE EVENING CLASSES!

6/18 - 7/26

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days hrs

rm

instr

dates

Astronomy

BOT-224

MTWTH 3:10-5:20pm PS-132

Celesia, J

6/18 - 7/26

AUSER-099 Occupational Work Experience - (SC) - 1-4 Units

3099 Salas, L 5/29 - 7/5 Student must be working in the automotive industry. This is credit for work experience. AUSER-100X Automotive Maintenance & Service Lab - (LR) - 1 Unit

MTWTH 1:10-4:00pm AT-111

Sturgeon, B

6/4 - 7/3

AUSER-171 Automotive Collison Repair - (LR) - 4 Units

1171

MTWTH 8:10-12:00pm AT-101

Salas, L

6/11 - 7/26

AUSER-238 Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning - (LR) - 3 Units

2238

rm

instr

dates

MTWTH 9:10-12:00pm AT-110

Sturgeon, B

6/4 - 7/3

Biological Science BIOSC-106

Experimental Analysis in Biology - (P/NP) - .5 Unit

4063 4064 2813 2814

TTH TTH TTH TTH

9:10-12:00pm 1:10-4:00pm 9:10-12:00pm 1:10-4:00pm

B-18 B-18 B-18 B-18

Ponomareff, G Ponomareff, G Ng, K Ng, K

BIOSC-110

Introduction to Biological Science - (LR) - 4 Units

4068 4069

MTWTH 8:10-10:20am B-7 MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm B-24 MTWTH 10:40-12:50pm B-7 MTWTH 1:00-3:10pm B-24

BIOSC-132

Human Anatomy - (LR) - 4 Units

2470

MTWTH 9:10-1:35pm B-39

BIOSC-160

Nutrition - (LR) - 3 Units

2538

MTW

10:10-1:15pm B-12

5/29 - 6/14 5/29 - 6/14 6/19 - 7/5 6/19 - 7/5

Muick, P

6/18 - 7/26

Anderson, T

6/18 - 7/26

Meltzer, M

6/18 - 7/26

McConnell, D

6/18 - 7/25

Business BUS-186 Principles of Accounting I - (LR) - 4 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

3186 ONLINE Shah, B 6/18 - 7/26 Section 3186 is offered fully online. Students must complete an ORIENTATION, either ONLINE or by attending an optional LIVE orientation on Wednesday 6/13 11:00am in CTC-131. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu. BUS-294

Business Law - (LR) - 3 Units

4030

TTH

5:30-8:35pm CTC-112

Microsoft Excel for Business - (SC) - 3.5 Units

Prerequiste: CIS-135 with a minimum grade of “C”

Automotive Services

1069

days hrs

Business Office Technologies

ASTRO-120 Elementary Astronomy - (LR) - 3 Units Advisory: ENGL-142B or ESL-192

1343

sec

Yamamoto, T

Online and Partially Online Sections–

2224 ONLINE Reyes, F 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2224 is offered fully online. Students must complete an online ORIENTATION at the start of the course. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students may contact their instructor at freyes@contracosta.edu.

Chemistry CHEM-119 Introductory Chemistry - (SC) - 4 Units Prerequisite: MATH-118

4033

MTWTH 8:40-10:50am B-8 MTWTH 11:00-1:10pm PS-14

Cruz, W

6/18 - 7/26

CHEM-120 General College Chemistry I - (SC) - 5 Units Prerequisite: MATH-120 or equivalent (Intermediate Algebra). Advisory: High school

science preparation including a course in chemistry with a laboratory (equivalent to CHEM-119). The ability to read and write at the ENGL-142B level. A diagnostic exam may be given to assist the student in determining whether or not she has adequate preparation for the course. 1064 MTWTH 9:10-11:20am PS-106 Dang, T 6/18 - 7/26 MTWTH 11:30-3:55pm PS-6

Cooperative Education COOP-160

General Work Experience Education - (LR) - 1-3 Units

1163 Baatin, A 6/18 - 7/26 Cooperative education (1-3 units) provides the opportunity for students to earn college credit for paid or volunteer experience. This course is designed to assist students whose employment or volunteer position does not relate to their college major or career goals. In collaboration with the college instructor and work site supervisor, the students set measurable goals to enhance on-the-job training. IMPORTANT: All registered students must attend mandatory orientation on Monday, 6/18 5:30-7:30pm in CCC Learning Resource Center (LLRC 107). Please fill out and print the Coop Application and Learning Agreement (www.contracosta.edu/coop) to submit during orientation. Incomplete forms without the site supervisor’s signature will not be accepted. For questions, email abaatin@contracosta.edu. COOP-170

Occupational Work Experience Education - (LR) - 1-4 Units

1102 Baatin, A 6/18 - 7/26 Cooperative education (1-4 units) provides the opportunity for students to earn college credit for paid or volunteer experience. This course is designed to assist students whose employment or volunteer position relates to their college major or career goals. In collaboration with the college instructor and work site supervisor, the students set measurable goals to enhance on-the-job training. IMPORTANT: All registered students must attend mandatory orientation on Tuesday 6/19 2:304:30pm in CCC Learning Resource Center (LLRC 107). Please fill out and print the Coop Application and Learning Agreement (www.contracosta.edu/coop) to submit during orientation. Incomplete forms without the site supervisor’s signature will not be accepted. For questions, email abaatin@contracosta.edu.

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Counseling COUNS-103B Ensuring Transfer Success - (LR) - 1.5 Units

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TWTH 9:10-11:25am CTC-131 Phillips, A 5/29 - 6/14 Section 1337 is part of the Middle College High School but open to all

COUNS-108 Introduction to Educational Planning - (P/NP) - .2 Unit

0317 T 10:10-2:00pm GE-213 Zambrano, M 6/5 - 6/5 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 0315 W 11:10-3:00pm GE-211 Zambrano, M 6/13 - 6/13 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 0314 TH 11:10-3:00pm CTC-128 Staff, C 7/19 - 7/19 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 0313 T 9:10-1:00pm CTC-128 Staff, C 7/24 - 7/24 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 1033 M 4:10-8:00pm GE-213 Staff, C 8/13 - 8/13 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 1070 W 10:10-2:00pm GE-213 Herron Noureddine, D 8/15 - 8/15 This course is intended for new F-1 International students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 0323 T 12:10-4:00pm GE-211 Staff, C 8/21 - 8/21 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. 0325 F 12:10-4:00pm GE-211 Perez, D 8/24 - 8/24 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Short Term/Late Start

1016 W 4:10-8:00pm GE-213 Staff, C 8/1 - 8/1 This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessment prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Online and Partially Online Sections

0316 ONLINE Boland Drain, S 5/30 - 6/6 Section 0316 is an online course. All instruction will be online. This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Send a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Prior to the start date, check your college email for instructions from your teacher on how to begin the course or contact sboland@ contracosta.edu. 0320 ONLINE Herron Noureddine, D 6/18 - 6/25 Section 0320 is an online course. All instruction will be online. This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Send a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Prior to the start date, check your college email for instructions from your teacher on how to begin the course or contact sboland@ contracosta.edu.

sec days hrs rm instr dates 0319 ONLINE Herron Noureddine, D 7/12 - 7/19 Section 0319 is an online course. All instruction will be online. This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Send a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Prior to the start date, check your college email for instructions from your teacher on how to begin the course or contact sboland@ contracosta.edu. 1023 ONLINE Perez, D 8/3 - 8/10 Section 1023 is an online course. All instruction will be online. This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Send a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Prior to the start date, check your college email for instructions from your teacher on how to begin the course or contact sboland@ contracosta.edu. 1061 ONLINE Boland Drain, S 8/17 - 8/24 Section 1061 is an online course. All instruction will be online. This course is intended for new students. Please complete math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Send a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable. Prior to the start date, check your college email for instructions from your teacher on how to begin the course or contact sboland@ contracosta.edu. COUNS-120 Managing College Success and Life Transitions - (SC) - 3 Units

2225 TWTH 8:10-11:15am CTC-112 Yazdanpanah, S 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2225 is part of the EOPS Summer Academy. Please contact George Mills at the EOPS office at 510-215-3903 or gmills@contracosta.edu. Online and Partially Online Sections

2123 ONLINE Perez, D 6/18 - 7/26 Section 2123 is offered in a fully online format. All instructions will be online. The instructor will send you a college email prior to the start of the course with information. Students may contact their instructor at dperez@contracosta.edu. COUNS-130 Career and Major Exploration - (SC) - 1.5 Units

1301

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9:10-11:15am CTC-127 Herron Noureddine, D 6/19 - 7/26

COUNS-140 Job Search Strategies - (SC) - 1.5 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

1401 ONLINE Boland Drain, S 6/18 - 7/26 Section 1401 is offered in a full online format. All instructions will be online. The instructor will send you a college email prior to the start of the course with information. Students may contact their instructor at sboland@contracosta.edu.

Culinary Arts CULIN-260

European Cakes Decorating and Desserts - (P/NP) - 2 Units

1097

MTWTH 8:10-11:45am SAB-145

CULIN-275

Fundamentals of Cooking - (P/NP) - 1.5 Units

3233

MTWTH 11:55-2:30pm SAB-136

Legas, C

6/18 - 7/19

Schwarz, E

6/18 - 7/19

Staff, C

6/19 - 7/26

Staff, C

6/19 - 7/26

Dance DANCE-161A Beginning Ballroom Dance - (LR) - .5 Unit

1201

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DANCE-161B Intermediate Ballroom Dance - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: Dance 161A with a “C” or better

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DRAMA-110 African American Theatre - (SC) - 3 Units

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Ivory, T

6/4 - 7/25

Economics ECON-220 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principle - (SC) - 3 Units Prerequisite: MATH-120

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Morris, G

6/19 - 7/26

ECON-221 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles - (LR) - 3 Units Prerequisite: MATH-120 Advisory: ECON-221 may be taken before ECON-220

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Emergency Medical Technician EMED-107

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ENGL-001C Critical Thinking and Advanced Composition - (LR) - 3 Units Prerequisite: ENGL-001A with a “C” or better.

DRAMA-101 Introduction to Theatre - (SC) - 3 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent

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EMR & Related Allied Health Occupations - (LR) - 4 Units

1950 MTWTH 6:10-10:00pm B-2 Medel, G 6/18 - 7/26 Section 1950 has a fee of $11.00 for the EMR and CPR cards, which will be issued upon successful completion of the course. EMED-109

CPR for the Health Care Provider - (P/NP) - .2 Unit

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Short Term/Late Start

2109 W 9:10-2:00pm FH-100 Medel, G 7/11 - 7/11 Section 2109 is for Richmond High School Academy students who are in the Certified Nursing Assistant pathway.

English ENGL-001A Composition and Reading - (LR) - 4 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 142B or ESL-195 with a minimum grade of C, or a passing

COMPASS score. 1081 MTWTH 8:15-11:20am GE-213 Allums, L 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL 102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. 1307 MTWTH 12:45-3:50pm GE-211 Griffin, T 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. Online and Partially Online Sections

0310 ONLINE Eubanks, R 5/29 - 7/26 Section 0310 is offered in an online format. All instruction will take place online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. You may contact your instructor at reubanks@contracosta.edu. 0330 ONLINE Apigo, M 6/18 - 7/26 Section 0330 is offered in an online format. All instruction will take place online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. You may contact your instructor at mapigo@contracosta.edu.

1454 MTWTH 8:15-10:25am GE-212 Mylius, G 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. 4014 MTWTH 12:45-2:55pm GE-212 Lorette, R 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. 4016 TTH 5:30-9:45pm GE-211 Mylius, G 6/19 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. ENGL-102

Writing Skills Laboratory - (P/NP) - .2-3 Units

1203 L-121 Staff, C 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-001A or ENGL-001C are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-1203. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. 4843 L-121 Staff, C 6/18 - 7/26 Students enrolled in ENGL-142B are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-102-4843. This will provide access to the instructors in the Learning Resource Center. ENGL-142B Writing: Expository - B - (SC) - 4 Units Note: Students enrolled in ENGL-142B are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL-

102-1203. This will provide access to instructors in the Learning Resource Center. 2405 TTH 5:30-9:30pm GE-213 Allums, L 5/29 - 7/26 2407 MTWTH 10:25-12:35pm GE-214 Adesokan, B 6/4 - 7/26 2408 MTWTH 8:15-11:20am GE-211 Connolly, N 6/18 - 7/26 ENGL-875N Supervised Tutoring - (P/NP) - 0 Unit

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6/18 - 7/26

Ruby, S Ruby, S Ruby, S Ruby, S Ruby, S Ruby, S

6/12 - 6/12 6/13 - 6/13 7/16 - 7/16 7/18 - 7/18 8/15 - 8/15 8/16 - 8/16

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/26

English as a Second Language ESL-108

Orientation to College/ESL - (P/NP) - .15 Unit

2129 2128 2132 2135 2143 2137

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9:10-12:00pm 5:40-8:30pm 5:40-8:30pm 1:10-4:00pm 1:10-4:00pm 9:10-12:00pm

GE-211 GE-211 GE-211 GE-213 GE-211 GE-211

Geography GEOG-120

Physical Geography - (SC) - 3 Units

4632

MTWTH 12:50-3:00pm GE-314

Health and Human Services HHS-123 SPIRIT III-Field Work in Rehabilitation And Recovery - (LR) - 3 Units Prerequisite: HHS 122

1230 M 11:10-02:35pm GE-225 Johnson, M 6/18 - 7/20 WF 08:00-11:35pm MENHELTH Section 1230 will meet off campus on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1340 Arnold Dr. Suite 200, Martinez, CA 94533. The exact times of course meetings may vary depending on clinical placement.

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1231 MW 6:10-8:40pm GE-108 Greer, S 5/29 - 7/26 Off campus clinical hours may vary according to clinical placement. Please check with instructor via email at professorgreer@yahoo.com or (707) 3152253.

Health Education HED-120 Education for Healthful Living - (LR) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

1120 ONLINE Johnson, M 5/29 - 6/14 Section 1120 is offered online. Please check your college email for notification and course materials prior to the start of the course for information on online orientation. Students are required to email the instructor at mjohnson@ contracosta.edu prior to the online orientation. 4339 ONLINE Johnson, M 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4339 is offered online. Please check your college email for notification and course materials prior to the start of the course for information on online orientation. Students are required to email the instructor at mjohnson@ contracosta.edu prior to the online orientation. 4862 ONLINE Ferguson, N 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4862 is offered online. Please check your college email for notification and course materials prior to the start of the course for information on online orientation. Students are required to email the instructor at nferguson@ contracosta.edu prior to the online orientation. 4861 ONLINE Goehring, B 7/2 - 7/26 Section 4861 is offered online. Please check your college email for notification and course materials prior to the start of the course for information on online orientation. Students are required to e-mail the instructor at bgoehring@ contracosta.edu prior to the online orientation.

History HIST-120

History of the U.S. (Colonial - 1865) - (SC) - 3 Units

1103 1107

MTWTH 2:40-4:50pm CTC-114 TWTH 6:10-9:15pm CTC-114

Story, M Story, M

6/18 - 7/26 6/19 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

1101 PART-ONL Tirado, P 6/18 - 7/26 M 12:50-3:00pm GE-104 Section 1101 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meeting on Monday 6/18, 12:50-3:00pm in CTC-113. HIST-121

History of U.S. (1865 - Present) - (SC) - 3 Units

1060

MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm GE-313

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History of African Americans in the U.S. - (SC) - 3 Units

Tirado, P

6/18 - 7/26

Humanities HUMAN-120 Introduction to Humanities: Imagination, Invention and Creativity - (SC) - 3 Units

MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm GE-108

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Kinesiology KINES-190 Introduction to Kinesiology - (LR) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

4244 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4244 is offered online. Please check your college email for notifications and materials prior to your online orientation. Students are required to email the instructor at bgoehring@contracosta.edu prior to the online orientation.

La Raza Studies LARAZ-113 Introduction to Analysis of American Political Institutions - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

2243 PART-ONL Palacios, A 6/18 - 7/25 M 9:10-12:30pm GE-104 W 9:10-12:30pm GE-225 Section 2243 is offered in a partially online format with two mandatory meetings on Monday and Wednesday 6/18 and 6/20 9:10-12:30pm in GE-104 (Monday) and GE-225 (Wednesday). LARAZ-190

Introduction to Chicano(a) and Latino(a) Film - (SC) - 3 Units

5278

MTWTH 9:10-2:00pm GE-110

Simone, A

5/29 - 6/14

Library Studies LIBST-110A Library and Information Research Skills - (SC) - 1 Unit Online and Partially Online Sections

4136 PART-ONL Becvar, K 6/19 - 7/24 T 5:40-8:30pm L-107 Section 4136 is offered in a partially online format with MANDATORY meetings on Tuesdays 6/19 and 6/26 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. You will receive an email from your instructor prior to class. You may contact your instructor by emailing kbecvar@contracosta.edu.

Mathematics MATH-115

Basic Arithmetic and Pre- Algebra - (SC) - 4 Units

4677

MTWTH 8:35-1:00pm AA-145

MATH-118

Elementary Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units

4680 1063 1087

MTWTH 8:10-11:50am M-111 MTWTH 8:40-12:15pm AA-143 MTWTH 1:05-4:40pm AA-145

Zin, R

6/18 - 7/26

Simon, B Sharufa, S Sharufa, S

6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

5274 MTWTH 10:25-12:35pm GE-312 Hodge, C 6/18 - 7/26 This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies program.

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4681 PART-ONL Bersano, E 6/18 - 7/26 M 5:10-7:00pm CTC-131 Section 4681 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Mondays 6/18, 7/9 (midterm exam), and 7/23 (final exam) from 5:10-7:00pm,CTC-131. Students must bring a valid picture ID. For more information, please contact Eugenia Bersano at (510)215-3813 or ebersano@contracosta.edu. MATH-119 Plane Geometry - (LR) - 5 Units Prerequisite: MATH-118 Advisory: Enrollment in MATH-875N is highly recommended.

4420 PART-ONL Sharoki, S 6/21 - 7/26 TH 6:10-9:00pm GE-108 Section 4420 is offered in a partially online format with meetings on Thursdays, 6:10-9:00pm, GE-108. For more information, please email mkilivris@

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6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26

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4187 ONLINE Lassonde, K 6/4 - 7/26 Section 4187 is an 8-week course offered in a fully online format. Students must complete a mandatory online orientation in Canvas. You will receive a college email prior to the start date from your instructor. For more information contact klassonde@contracosta.edu.

MTWTH 8:10-11:00am GE-111 MTWTH 9:10-12:00pm AA-103 MTWTH 12:40-3:30pm M-104

Lee, M Nguyen, T Lee, M

6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

4691 ONLINE Nguyen, T 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4691 is offered in a fully online format. Students must complete a mandatory online orientation in Canvas. You will receive a college email prior to the start date from your instructor. For more information, contact Trung Nguyen at tnguyen@contracosta.edu. MATH-171 Elementary Functions and Coordinate Geometry - (LR) - 5 Units Prerequisite: MATH-120 or two years of high school algebra.

4198 4700

MTWTH 8:10-11:50am AA-142 MTWTH 11:40-3:15pm M-110

Hassanabadi, A 6/18 - 7/26 Aliado, P 6/18 - 7/26

MATH-190 Analytic Geometry and Calculus - (LR) - 5 Units Prerequisite: MATH-171 or both MATH-121 and MATH-135.

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MTWTH 8:10-11:50am M-104 MTWTH 1:10-4:45pm AA-143

Nagel, C Simon, B

6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/26

MATH-191 Analytic Geometry and Calculus - (LR) - 4 Units Prerequisite: MATH 190

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MTWTH 8:10-11:00am M-110

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6/18 - 7/26

MATH-875N Supervised Mathematics Tutoring - (P/NP) - 0 Unit

1785 Hours by arr AA-210 Mead, T 6/18 - 7/26 Hours by arr Class is hours by arrangement. For more information, please contact Terrill Mead at (510)215-3816 or tmead@contracosta.edu. 0324 MTWTHF 9:00-3:00pm GE-225 Mead, T 8/20 - 8/24 Section 0324 is for Fall 2018 Math Jam participants. If you are interested in joining Fall Math Jam, please contact the HSI STEM Office at (510)2154815 or mathjam@contracosta.edu.

Medical Assisting and Office Technician MEDIC-150 Medical Terminology I - (LR) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

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MEDIC-224

Communication Skills Healthcare Provider - (LR) - 3 Units

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Drug Dosage Calculations for Nursing Students - (LR) - 2 Units

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6/18 - 7/25

NURS-212 Pharmacology for Nurses - (LR) - 2 Units Advisory: Recommend prior completion of BIOSC-134, BIOSC-132 and either BIOSC-

119 or BIOSC-148 4012 TTH

5:10-8:15pm HS-101

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6/19 - 7/26

Philosophy PHILO-120 Introduction to Ethics - (SC) - 3 Units Advisory: ENGL-142B

MATH-164 Introduction to Probability and Statistics - (LR) - 4 Units Prerequisite: MATH-120 or MATH-125

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MATH-120 Intermediate Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units Prerequisite: MATH-118

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MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm GE-112 Note: Formerly PHILO-110.

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Online and Partially Online Sections

1160 PART-ONL Staff, C 6/18 - 7/26 TH 6:10-9:00pm GE-311 Section 1160 is offered in a partially online format, with meetings on Thursdays 6:10-9:00pm in GE-311. For more information please email mkilivris@ contracosta.edu. PHILO-130 Logic & Critical Thinking - (SC) - 3 Units Advisory: ENGL-142B Online and Partially Online Sections

1158 ONLINE Kabir, A 6/18 - 7/26 Note: Formerly “Introduction to Critical Thinking” Section 1158 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your instructor at akabir@contracosta.edu.

Physical Education PE-098A

Beginning Personal Growth in Fitness - (P/NP) - .5 Unit

Please enroll into PE-102A if you are being blocked from PE-098A. PE-102A is the next level after completion of PE-098A. 1131 Hours by arr GA-30 Cumbo, S 6/18 - 7/26 Hours by arr Section 1131 is offered for .5 unit and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: MW 9-1:00pm, TTH 11-3pm. PE-102A

Beginning Fitness Training - (LR) - .5 Unit

Please enroll into PE-102B if you are being blocked from PE-102A. PE-102B is the next level after completion of PE-102 or 102A. 2385 Hours by arr GA-30 Cumbo, S 6/18 - 7/26 Hours by arr Section 2385 is offered for .5 unit and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: MW 9-1:00pm, TTH 11-3pm. 2102 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2102 is offered for .5 unit. This course is a cross fit/cardio class, and will include cycling, walking and jogging. PE-102B Prerequisite:

Intermediate Fitness Training - (LR) - .5 Unit

PE-102; OR PE-102A 2386 Hours by arr GA-30 Cumbo, S 6/18 - 7/26 Hours by arr Section 2386 is offered for .5 unit and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: MW 9-1:00pm, TTH 11-3pm. 2103 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2103 is offered for .5 unit. This course is a cross fit/cardio

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PE-102C Advanced Fitness Training - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-102B

PE-135C Advanced Tennis - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-135B or Challenge skill demonstration

1141 Hours by arr GA-30 Cumbo, S 6/18 - 7/26 Hours by arr Section 1141 is offered for .5 unit and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: MW 9-1:00pm, TTH 11-3pm. 2104 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2104 is offered for .5 unit. This course is a cross fit/cardio class, and will include cycling, walking and jogging.

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Beginning Physical Conditioning - (LR) - .5 Unit

PE-102D Master Level Fitness Training - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-102C

PE-156B Intermediate Physical Conditioning - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-156; PE-156A; or challenge skill demonstration.

2105 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2105 is offered for .5 unit. This course is a cross fit/cardio class, and will include cycling, walking and jogging. PE-105A

Beginning Badminton - (SC) - .5 Unit

Please enroll into PE-105B if you are being blocked from PE-105A. PE-105B is the next level after completion of PE-105 or 105A. 1305 TWTH 9:10-10:30am GYM-GYM Shaw, V 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1305 is offered for .5 unit. PE-105B Intermediate Badminton - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-105 or PE-105A

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6/19 - 7/26

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PE-124A

Beginning Aquatic Physical Conditioning - (LR) - .5 Unit

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TWTH

PE-126A

Beginning Swimming - (LR) - .5 Unit

1096

TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Section 1142 is offered for .5 unit.

11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL

Ulversoy, J

Ulversoy, J

6/19 - 7/26

6/19 - 7/26

6/19 - 7/26

PE-126B Intermediate Swimming - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-126 or PE-126A

1098

TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Section 1098 is offered for .5 unit.

Please enroll into PE-156B if you are being blocked from PE-156A. PE-156B is the next level after completion of PE-156 or 156A. 2185 MW 5:10-7:25pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/18 - 7/25 Section 2185 is offered for .5 unit.

3185

MW 5:10-7:25pm GA-20 Section 3185 is offered for .5 unit.

PE-267A

Beginning Cardio-Kickboxing - (SC) - .5 Unit

1185

MW 5:10-7:25pm GA-20 Section 1185 is offered for .5 unit.

PE-268A

Beginning Walking for Fitness - (LR) - .5 Unit

TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Section 1099 is offered for .5 unit.

PE-135A

Beginning Tennis - (SC) - .5 Unit

PE-268B

Ulversoy, J

6/19 - 7/26

Ulversoy, J

6/19 - 7/26

PE-270A

Beginning Yoga - (SC) - .5 Unit

1183

MW 8:40-10:55am GA-20 Section 1183 is offered for .5 unit.

Sumner, A

6/18 - 7/25

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/25

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/25

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/25

PE-270B Intermediate Yoga - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-270A

1184

MW 8:40-10:55am GA-20 Section 1184 is offered for .5 unit.

PE-273A

Beginning Yoga for Strength - (SC) - .5 Unit

1186

MW 8:40-10:55am GA-20 Section 1186 is offered for .5 unit.

PE-135B Intermediate Tennis - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-135; PE-135A; or challenge skill demonstration.

MW

6/18 - 7/25

Intermediate Walking for Fitness - (LR) - .5 Unit

Please enroll into PE-135B if you are being blocked from PE-135A. PE-135B is the next level after completion of PE-135 or 135A. 1164 MW 5:40-7:55pm GYM-TENNCRT Valdehueza, T 6/18 - 7/25 Section 1164 is offered for .5 unit.

1165

Sumner, A

2106 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2106 is combined with the Beginning Fitness Training and will provide cross training opportunity.

PE-126C Advanced Swimming - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-127 or PE-126B

1099

5:40-7:55pm GYM-TENNCRT Valdehueza, T 6/18 - 7/25

2107 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Valdehueza, T 6/19 - 7/26 Section 2107 is combined with the Beginning Fitness Training and will provide cross training opportunity.

PE-105C Advanced Badminton - (LR) - .5 Unit Prerequisite: PE-105B or challenge skill demonstration.

1308

dates

5:40-7:55pm GYM-TENNCRT Valdehueza, T 6/18 - 7/25

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Physics Descriptive Physics - (SC) - 3 Units

4823

MTW 8:10-9:30am PS-132 TH 8:10-12:30pm

Wong, M

6/18 - 7/26

MTW

9:30-12:35pm PS-19

instr

dates

Wong, M

6/18 - 7/25

Political Science POLSC-125

Government of the United States - (SC) - 3 Units

4638

MTWTH 8:00-10:10am GE-214

Gonzales, V

0306

MTWTH 4:10-6:20pm GE-110

Haq, S

6/18 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

1260 ONLINE Luckey, B 5/29 - 7/26 Section 1260 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information contact bluckey@contracosta.edu. PSYCH-128 Life Span Development - (SC) - 3 Units

1068

TWTH

9:25-12:30pm GE-113

Haq, S

6/19 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

1071 ONLINE Ounjian, J 5/29 - 7/26 Section 1071 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information contact jounjian@contracosta.edu. Students should go to Canvas. 1072 ONLINE Ounjian, J 5/29 - 7/26 Section 1072 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information contact jounjian@contracosta.edu. Students should go to Canvas. PSYCH-130 Psychology of Personality and Growth - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

1066 PART-ONL Luckey, B 5/29 - 7/26 T 7:40-9:30pm GE-112 Section 1066 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings Tuesday, 5/29, 6/26, and 7/24 7:40-9:30pm in GE-112. You will receive a college email prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at bluckey@ contracosta.edu. PSYCH-132 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

PHYS-110L Descriptive Physics Laboratory - (SC) - 1 Unit Prerequisite: PHYS-110 (May be taken concurrently) Advisory: MATH-118

4824

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PSYCH-126 Child Development - (SC) - 3 Units

Sport-Specific Training - (LR) - .5-1 Units

1162 MTWTH 4:40-5:45pm GYM-GYM Tianero, C 6/18 - 7/26 Section 1162 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate volleyball. 1166 TTH 7:30-9:45am GYM-FIELD Doshi, M 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1166 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate women’s soccer. 0326 TWTH 10:40-12:05pm GYM-GYM Shaw, V 6/19 - 7/26 1084 TTH 1:10-3:25pm GYM-BBFIELD Guinn, B 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1084 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate baseball. 1067 TTH 1:40-3:55pm GYM-FIELD Gubbine, K 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1067 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate softball. 1130 TWTH 2:25-3:50pm GYM-GYM Johnson, M 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1130 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate men’s basketball. 1116 TWTH 2:50-6:05pm GYM-ASTRO Henderson, P 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1116 is offered for 1 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate football. 1126 TTH 3:10-5:25pm GYM-FIELD Ferguson, N 6/19 - 7/26 Section 1126 is offered for .5 unit and is for students interested in playing intercollegiate men’s soccer.

PHYS-110

days hrs

Psychology

Physical Education Intercollegiateiate PEIC-290

sec

6/18 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

4642 ONLINE Landeros, M 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4642 is fully online. It will utilize Canvas and requires students to have computer access to obtain homework and supplemental materials integral to the course. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. Please email mlanderos@contracosta.edu for more information. 4643 ONLINE Landeros, M 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4643 is fully online. It will utilize Canvas and requires students to have computer access to obtain homework and supplemental materials integral to the course. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. Please email mlanderos@contracosta.edu for more information.

1320 ONLINE Ounjian, J 5/29 - 7/26 Section 1320 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information contact jounjian@contracosta.edu. Students should go to Canvas. PSYCH-220 General Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units

1108

TWTH

12:40-03:45pm GE-113

Johnson, M

5/29 - 7/26

Online and Partially Online Sections

1110 T 5:10-7:20pm PART-ONL Luckey, B 5/29 - 7/26 Section 1110 is offered partially online with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays 5/29, 6/26, and 7/24 in GE-113. 1109 ONLINE Buffo, S 6/4 - 7/26 Section 1109 is offered online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your instructor at sbuffo@contracosta.edu. 1111 ONLINE Buffo, S 6/4 - 7/26 Section 1111 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Your instructor will send a college email to you prior to the start of the class. For more information contact sbuffo@contracosta.edu.

POLSC-140 Introduction to International Relations - (LR) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

2401 PART-ONL Gonzales, V 6/18 - 7/26 MW 12:40-4:00pm GE-214 Section 2401 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Mondays and Wednesdays 6/18, 6/20, 6/25, and 6/27 12:40-4:00pm in GE-214. You will receive a college email prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at vgonzales@contracosta.edu. W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U • CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E • S U M M E R 2018 • 17


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Sociology SOCIO-220

Introduction to Sociology - (LR) - 3 Units

4641

TWTH

6:40-9:45pm GE-110

Rahman, M

6/19 - 7/26

4194 PART-ONL Cromartie, J 6/19 - 7/24 T 9:40-12:30pm GE-225 Section 4194 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, 7/10, 7/17 and 7/24 9:40-12:30pm in GE-225. 4197 PART-ONL Cromartie, J 6/19 - 7/24 T 12:40-3:30pm GE-225 Section 4197 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, 7/10, 7/17 and 7/24 12:40-3:30pm in GE-225. SOCIO-221 Social Problems - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

1204 PART-ONL Cromartie, J 6/21 - 7/26 TH 9:40-12:30pm GE-225 Section 1204 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Thursdays 6/21, 6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7,19 and 7/26 9:40-12:30pm in GE-225.

Spanish First-Semester Spanish - (SC) - 5 Units

4028

MTWTH 9:30-1:05pm GE-310

rm

instr

dates

SPCH-128 Interpersonal Communication - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

Online and Partially Online Sections

SPAN-120

sec days hrs jcarver@contracosta.edu.

4037 PART-ONL Diestler, S 5/29 - 7/5 T 6:10-9:00pm GE-104 Section 4037 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays 5/29, 6/5, and 7/3, 6:10-9:00pm, AA-219A.

Tutoring TUTR-200

Peer Tutoring Certification Level One - (SC) - .5 Unit

6707 TTH 1:10-4:00pm GE-214 Gibson, B 8/9 - 8/16 Section 6707 meets on 8/9, 8/14, and 8/16 from 1:10-4:00pm in GE-214. For additional information, please contact Brandy Gibson at bgibson@ contracosta.edu. TUTR-201

Peer Tutoring Certification Level Two - (SC) - .5 Unit

6706 TTH 1:10-4:00pm GE-214 Gibson, B 8/9 - 8/16 Section 6706 meets on 8/9, 8/14, and 8/16 from 1:10-4:00pm in GE-214. For additional information, please contact Brandy Gibson at bgibson@ contracosta.edu.

Community Education Course French-Rafael, J 6/18 - 7/26

Speech SPCH-120

Public Speaking - (SC) - 3 Units

4795 4036 3914

MTWTH 8:30-1:20pm M-104 Carver, J Section 4795 meets from 05/29-06/14. MTWTH 8:10-10:20am CTC-114 Kellner, N MW 5:30-10:05pm AA-103 Kellner, N

Badminton Recreational and Competitive Badminton

This course is designed for badminton players at all levels of expertise to practice and improve their competitive badminton skills in friendly and supportive surroundings with ten high-quality courts to play on. Students, please sign-up with instructor(s) at the class meetings.

5/29 - 6/14

When: Summer Session 2018

6/18 - 7/26 6/18 - 7/25

Where: CCC GYM Instructor/s: Hok Gouw, John Hollender and Ed Tseng Fees: $10/session; $3.00/evening drop-in fee.

Online and Partially Online Sections

4797 ONLINE Carver, J 6/18 - 7/26 Section 4797 is an online course. All instruction is offered online. Your instructor will email you at your 4CD email address before the course begins with information on how to sign into the course. You may contact your instructor at jcarver@contracosta.edu. 4740 PART-ONL Dwiggins-Beeler, R 6/19 - 7/24 T 6:10-9:30pm GE-311 Section 4740 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays 6/19, 6/26, 7/10, 7/17, and 7/24, 6:10-9:30pm, GE-311.

Mondays June 18 - July 23, 7:00pm. to 10:00pm

SPCH-122 Intercultural Communication - (SC) - 3 Units Online and Partially Online Sections

0309 ONLINE Bauer, D 6/18 - 7/26 Section 0309 is an online course. All instruction is offered online. Your instructor will email you at your 4CD email address before the course begins with information on how to sign into the course. You may contact your instructor at dbauer@contracosta.edu. 0312 ONLINE Carver, J 6/18 - 7/26 Section 0312 is an online course. All instruction is offered online. Your instructor will email you at your 4CD email address before the course begins with information on how to sign into the course. You may contact your instructor at

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ONLINE COURSES SUMMER 2018

These courses are offered online. Reference the course listings on previous pages for more information or email the instructor. Check your 4cd.edu email regularly for course updates and instructions. Key: O = All instruction is online P = Course is partially online, some in-person meetings required Key

Course

Class Name

Section

Instructor

Dates

Instructor Email

O

ADJUS-135

Law and Democracy

1350

McCarty-Snead, S

6/18 - 7/26

smccarty@contracosta.edu

O

ART-117

Appreciation of Art & Architecture

6411

Gordon, C

5/29 - 6/14

cgordon@contracosta.edu

O

BUS-186

Principles of Accounting I

3186

Shah, B

6/18 - 7/26

bshah@contracosta.edu

O

BOT-224

Microsoft Excel for Business

2224

Reyes, F

6/19 - 7/26

freyes@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-108

Introduction to Educational Planning

316

Boland Drain, S

5/30 - 6/6

sboland@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-108

Introduction to Educational Planning

320

Herron Noureddine, D

6/18 - 6/25

dherronnoureddine@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-108

Introduction to Educational Planning

319

Herron Noureddine, D

7/12 - 7/19

dherronnoureddine@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-108

Introduction to Educational Planning

1023

Perez, D

8/3 - 8/10

dperez@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-108

Introduction to Educational Planning

1061

Boland Drain, S

8/17 - 8/24

sboland@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-120

Managing College Success and Life Transitions

2123

Perez, D

6/18 - 7/26

dperez@contracosta.edu

O

COUNS-140

Job Search Strategies

1401

Boland Drain, S

6/18 - 7/26

sboland@contracosta.edu

O

ENGL-001A

Composition and Reading

310

Eubanks, R

5/29 - 7/26

reubanks@contracosta.edu

O

ENGL-001A

Composition and Reading

330

Apigo, M

6/18 - 7/26

mapigo@contracosta.edu

O

HED-120

Education for Healthful Living

1120

Johnson, M

5/29 - 6/14

mjohnson@contracosta.edu

O

HED-120

Education for Healthful Living

4339

Johnson, M

6/18 - 7/26

mjohnson@contracosta.edu

O

HED-120

Education for Healthful Living

4862

Ferguson, N

6/18 - 7/26

nferguson@contracosta.edu

O

HED-120

Education for Healthful Living

4861

Goehring, B

7/2 - 7/26

bgoehring@contracosta.edu

P

HIST-120

History of the U.S. (Colonial - 1865)

1101

Tirado, P

6/18 - 7/26

ptirado@contracosta.edu

P

HUMAN-120

Introduction to Humanities: Imagination, Invention and Creativity

4420

Sharoki, S

6/21 - 7/26

ssharoki@contracosta.edu

O

KINES-190

Introduction to Kinesiology

4244

Goehring, B

6/18 - 7/26

bgoehring@contracosta.edu

P

LARAZ-113

Introduction to Analysis of American Political Institutions

2243

Palacios, A

6/18 - 7/25

apalacios@contracosta.edu

P

LIBST-110A

Library and Information Research Skills

4136

Becvar, K

6/19 - 7/24

kbecvar@contracosta.edu

P

MATH-118

Elementary Algebra

4681

Bersano, E

6/18 - 7/26

ebersono@contracosta.edu

O

MATH-120

Intermediate Algebra

4187

Lassonde, K

6/4 - 7/26

klassonde@contracosta.edu

O

MATH-164

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

4691

Nguyen, T

6/18 - 7/26

tnguyen@contracosta.edu

O

MEDIC-150

Medical Terminology I

305

Reno, S

6/4 - 7/26

sreno@contracosta.edu

P

PHILO-120

Introduction to Ethics

1160

Staff, C

6/18 - 7/26

to be determined

O

PHILO-130

Logic & Critical Thinking

1158

Kabir, A

6/18 - 7/26

akabir@contracosta.edu

O

POLSC-125

Government of the United States

4642

Landeros, M

6/18 - 7/26

mlanderos@contracosta.edu

O

POLSC-125

Government of the United States

4643

Landeros, M

6/18 - 7/26

mlanderos@contracosta.edu

P

POLSC-140

Introduction to International Relations

2401

Gonzales, V

6/18 - 7/26

vgonzales@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-126

Child Development

1260

Luckey, B

5/29 - 7/26

bluckey@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-128

Life Span Development

1071

Ounjian, J

5/29 - 7/26

jounjian@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-128

Life Span Development

1072

Ounjian, J

5/29 - 7/26

jounjian@contracosta.edu

P

PSYCH-130

Psychology of Personality and Growth

1066

Luckey, B

5/29 - 7/26

bluckey@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-132

Introduction to Abnormal PsychologyUnits

1320

Ounjian, J

5/29 - 7/26

jounjian@contracosta.edu

P

PSYCH-220

General Psychology

1110

Luckey, B

5/29 - 7/26

bluckey@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-220

General Psychology

1109

Buffo, S

6/4 - 7/26

sbuffo@contracosta.edu

O

PSYCH-220

General Psychology

1111

Buffo, S

6/4 - 7/26

sbuffo@contracosta.edu

P

SOCIO-220

Introduction to Sociology

4194

Cromartie, J

6/19 - 7/24

jcromartie@contracosta.edu

P

SOCIO-220

Introduction to Sociology

4197

Cromartie, J

6/19 - 7/24

jcromartie@contracosta.edu

P

SOCIO-221

Social Problems

1204

Cromartie, J

6/21 - 7/26

jcromartie@contracosta.edu

O

SPCH-120

Public Speaking

4797

Carver, J

6/18 - 7/26

jcarver@contracosta.edu

P

SPCH-120

Public Speaking

4740

Dwiggins-Beeler, R

6/19 - 7/24

rdwiggins@contracosta.edu

O

SPCH-122

Intercultural Communication

309

Bauer, D

6/18 - 7/26

dbauer@contracosta.edu

O

SPCH-122

Intercultural Communication

312

Carver, J

6/18 - 7/26

jcarver@contracosta.edu

P

SPCH-128

Interpersonal Communication

4037

Diestler, S

5/29 - 7/5

sdiestler@contracosta.edu

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