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Index A

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Academic Honor Code 11, 15 Access Information 7 Accounting 18, 19, 34 Accreditation 10 Adaptive Learning: Community Based 19 Adaptive Learning: Computer Access Center 22 Adaptive Learning: Gerontology 22 Adaptive Learning: Learning Disability 22 Adaptive Learning: Special Education 22 Adaptive Learning: Transition to Work 23 Adaptive Physical Education 23 Allied Health Sciences 24 Alternative Media 4, 8 Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Policy 13 Anthropology 24 Apprenticeship: Electrician 25 Apprenticeship: Pipe Trades 25 Art 26 Associated Students of Foothill College 16 Astronomy 30

Dance 51 Dental Assisting 52 Dental Hygiene 52 Diagnostic Medical Sonography 53 Disability Access, Programs & Services 8 District Service Area 15 Drug-Free Campus Policy 14

E

Economics 54 Emergency Medical Technician 54 Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic 55 Engineering 55 English 56 English for Second Language Learners 58 Enrollment Steps 4 Environmental Horticulture & Design 61 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) 9

F

Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act 14 FastTech Technology Classes 9 Fees 4, 8 Final Exam Schedule 8 Financial Aid Dates & Deadlines 9 Financial Aid Options & Information 9 Financial Aid Process 9 Fine Arts 62 Foothill College Bookstore 17, 18 Foothill College Course Catalog 10, 15 Foothill College Main Campus 7 Foothill College Middlefield Campus 7 Foothill College Mission, Vision, Values & Purpose 16 Foothill College Registration Information 4 Foothill Owls Athletics 17 Foothill Students Transfer to UCs, CSUs & Other Universities Across the Country 15

B

Biology 31 Biotechnology 33 Business 34 Business Office Technology 35

C

Campus Maps 7 Career Center 16 Career Life Planning 35 Change of Grade 10 Chemistry 36 Child Care Services at De Anza College 17 Child Development 37 Chinese - Mandarin 38 CNSL 50 Course for New Students 6 CNSL Course for New Students 6, 8 College Programs & Policies 8 Communication Studies 39 Computer Information Systems 41 Computer Networking & Electronics 44 Computers & Software Training 45 Computing on the Internet 46 Contesting a Citation 14 Continuing Students 4 Cooperative Work Experience Education 48 Counseling 50 Course Catalog 10, 15, 17 Creative Writing 51

G

Geography 62 Getting Here 7 Grading Scale 10 Graphics & Interactive Design 63

H

History 64 How to Add a Class 6 How to Read Course Listings 18 Humanities 65

I

Illegal Distribution of Copyrighted Materials 12 Important Dates & Deadlines 7

J

Japanese 65 The Foothill-De Anza Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes; make other changes as college needs require; and change without notice any of the information, requirements and regulations in the schedule.

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Index K

Krause Center for Innovation 7, 9, 16

Psychology 88 Purpose 16

L

R

Radio 89 Radiologic Technology 90 Real Estate 91 Receiving Grade Reports 10 Refunds 8 Reglamento de la No-Descriminacion 13 Repetition of Classes 10 Residency 8 Respiratory Therapy Technology 91 Rewarding Health Careers Start at Foothill College 9 ROTC 92 Rules & Policies May Change 10

Language Arts 66 Learning in New Media Classrooms 66 Library Science 68 Limited English Skills Policy 13

M

Main Campus Hours 7 Mathematics 68 Middlefield Campus Hours 7 Mission 16 Misuse of Computer Information & Resources Policy 11 Music 71 Music Performance 75 myportal.fhda.edu 4, 5, 6, 9, 10

S

N

Sexual Harassment Protection Policy 13 Social Science 92 Sociology 92 Spanish 94 Student Code of Conduct for ETUDES Internet-Based Courses 11, 12 Student Complaint & Grievance Procedures 11 Student Conduct, Discipline & Due Process 11 Student Fees 8 Summary of Fees & Refunds 8

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T

Nanotechnology 76 New & Former Students 4 Non-Credit: Basic Skills 76 Non-Credit: English as a Second Language 76 Non-Credit: Parenting Education 76 Non-Credit: Short-Term Vocational 77 Non-Credit: Workforce Preparation 77 Non-Discrimination Policy 13 No-Smoking Campus Policy 14

Textbook Affordability & Accessibility 17, 18 Textbook Affordability & Accessibility Options 18 Theatre Arts 95 Title IX Procedural Requirements 13 Transcripts 10 Transfer Admission Guarantees 17 Transfer Center 15, 16 Tutorial Center 5, 7, 16

Off-Campus Sites 15 Online Class Schedule 4 Online Fees Calculator 8 Open Course Policy 10 Opportunities & Support Services to Help You Succeed 16 Outstanding Faculty 16

P

Parking Citations & Traffic Violations 13 Paying a Citation 14 Payment Installment Plan 8 Performing Arts 77 Petitions for Associate Degrees & Certificates of Achievement 10 Pharmacy Technology 79 Philosophy 80 Photography 81 Physical Education 82 Physics 86 Placement Tests 6 Police Actions 14 Political Science 87 Poliza Sobre Limitaciones en Ingles 13 Primary Care Associate 87 Printed Class Schedule 4

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U

Ultrasound 98 Use of Photography 15

V

Values 16 Veterans Resource Center 7, 15, 16 Veterinary Technology 98 Video Arts 99 Vision 16

W

Wait-List Policy 6 What kind of student are you 6 What’s Their Secret 15 When to Register 6 Women’s Studies 100

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Maximizing Resources, Providing Convenient Online Access Foothill College no longer publishes a printed class schedule*. We have completely renovated the Foothill College website, including the comprehensive myportal.fhda.edu gateway and online class schedule, to maximize financial resources and provide you with convenient access to more up-to-date information. You can link to many departmental websites for additional information about programs, support services, courses and more. These links will open in new browser windows. All courses, instructor designations, deadlines, and fees described herein are subject to change or deletion without notice. *  You can review the course listings in this pdf, which were accurate as of Feb. 1, 2011. Be aware that course listing information may have changed.

 Foothill College Registration Information Spring Quarter courses begin the week of April 4 and continue through June 24. Review the most current, up-to-date course listings by accessing the online class schedule.

Learn more about enrollment guidelines, residency requirements, prerequisites, unit limitations and other admissions topics.

Easy Enrollment Steps New & Former Students

Continuing Students

1. Apply online. Or, call to request a paper application at (650) 949-7325. There is no fee to apply.

1. Ensure that you have completed the prerequisites for the courses for which you are registering. If you have questions, consult a counselor at (650) 949-7423.

2. Take the Foothill College placement tests for English and math. To schedule a testing appointment, access www.foothill.edu/placement/ or call (650) 949-7650. There is no fee for tests.

2. Register online. 3. Pay fees online, by mail or in person at the Admissions Office. Do not mail cash. To pay online, access myportal.fhda.edu and click the Students tab, then My Account. Once registered, your fees are due. You will be dropped from classes if payment in full is not submitted.

3. Register online. High school students must submit a permission form signed by their parent and principal. Download this form. 4. Enroll in the one-unit CNSL 50: Introduction to College course. This class is required for all new students enrolling in six units or more.

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5. Pay fees online, by mail or in person at the Admissions Office. Do not mail cash. To pay online, access myportal.fhda.edu and click the Students tab, then My Account. Once registered, your fees are due. You will be dropped from classes if payment in full is not submitted.

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Welcome to Foothill College

Foothill College can help you earn a specialized certificate, associate degree or upgrade your current job skills. We can also help you complete the general education course requirements you need to transfer to a university. You can apply for admission, register for classes, complete the registration process, pay enrollment fees and buy a parking permit online at myportal.fhda.edu. You can also review the class schedule, purchase textbooks and e-book versions of textbooks for download online at www.foothill.edu, as well as rent textbooks and order textbooks online for pick up on campus or delivery by UPS–all online. California residents pay $17 per unit plus basic fees for Foothill classes. A full range of student support services is also available, including financial aid, counseling, child care (at our sister school, De Anza College, in Cupertino), tutoring and more.

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Foothill College Registration Information What kind of student are you?

Wait-List Policy

You are:

Foothill College uses an automated program that will notify you by e-mail if a seat becomes available. You then have 24 hours to register and submit payment for the course. Be aware that if you do not register for the wait-list class within 24 hours, the seat will be offered to the next student on the wait list. You are responsible for checking your e-mail for waitlist alerts. To participate in the wait-list process, you must provide the college with your current and valid e-mail address. If you choose not to provide the college with your current and valid e-mail address, you will not receive wait-list alerts. We strongly encourage you to review the e-mail address that you have supplied to the college to ensure that it is current and valid. To review or make changes to your e-mail address, access myportal. fhda.edu.

■■ a continuing student if you are currently

attending Foothill College.

■■ a former student if you have attended Foothill

College in the past but were not registered last quarter.

■■ A high school junior or senior and can enroll in

Foothill classes with permission from your parent and principal. Review the enrollment process for a high school student.

■■ a new student if you have never attended Foothill

College. New students pursuing degrees or transfer must register for the one-unit Counseling 50 (CNSL 50) Introduction to College course.

When to Register Your date to register is determined by the number of units you’ve completed at Foothill College or De Anza College.

Placement Tests Before you can register for certain courses, you may be required to take a placement test in math, chemistry, English or English as a Second Language. There is no fee for placement testing.

How to Add a Class After the Quarter Has Started You can add courses with an add code from your instructor via myportal.fhda.edu during the first two weeks of the quarter. Thereafter, you must complete the add process in person at the Admissions & Records Office. Add codes are given out at the discretion of the instructor on a space-available basis. To add an online course that does not meet on campus, you must e-mail the Foothill faculty member directly. To find the instructor's e-mail address, access the online faulty directory. One you have received an add code from the instructor, promptly complete the http://www.foothill.edu/reg/onlinereg.php steps to add the course.

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CNSL 50 Course for New Students ■■ You can earn early registration when you complete

the one-unit CNSL 50: Introduction to College course.

■■ Exemption: You may be exempt from CNSL 50 if you have completed an orientation course at another college; or have completed 12 or more college units, including an orientation course prior to enrolling at Foothill College. To verify if you are eligible for this exemption, you must consult a Foothill College counselor. Schedule a consultation, or call (650) 949-7423.

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Foothill College Registration Information Important Dates & Deadlines

■■ For more access information, visit the

From final exams and registration dates to critical deadlines and special events, important dates for the academic year are posted on the online calendar at www.foothill.edu.

Main Campus Hours

Campus Maps

Main Campus 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills (650) 949-7777 www.foothill.edu

Disability Resource Center (Room 5801) or call (650) 949-7017, voice; (650) 948-6025, TDD.

Foothill College Main Campus A campus parking permit is required at all times. Purchase permit for $2 from dispensers in any student lot. Download the printer-friendly version of the campus map. Use the campus locations tool to find your way around Foothill.

■■ Admissions & Records

Foothill College Middlefield Campus A parking permit is not required at the Middlefield Campus. Download the printer-friendly version of the campus map.

■■ CTIS Computer Labs

Getting Here

■■ Food Services

■■ ASFC Design Center ■■ ASFC Smart Shop ■■ Bookstore ■■ Counseling Office &

Appointments

■■ Krause Center for

Innovation

■■ Media Center ■■ Police ■■ PSME Tutorial Center

■■ Disability Resource

■■ Psychological Services

■■ EOPS

■■ Student Activities

Center

■■ Financial Aid Office ■■ Foothill Global Access ■■ Health Services ■■ Intramural/Arcade

Access Information

Office

■■ Library

■■ Box Office

Learn more about travel directions to the colleges, and parking fees, permits and enforcement.

■■ Internship Program

■■ Registration

Office

■■ Student Affairs Office ■■Tutorial Center ■■ Veterans Resource

Center

Middlefield Campus Hours

■■ Accessible elevators are located at Krause Center

for Innovation, Library, Pool Deck, Campus Center, Student Services Building and Life Sciences Building.

Middlefield Campus4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto (650) 949-6950 www.foothill.edu/middlefield/

■■ Accessible parking is located in Lots 1, 2-A, 3-A,

5, 8 and at all transit stations. You must display the DMV-issued placard. To obtain a temporary disability on-campus permit, call (650) 949-7017.

■■ Bookstore

■■ Registration

■■ Career & College

■■ Student Services

Connections

■■ Financial Aid Office

■■The Hub

■■ Shuttle service to all points on campus is available

for students with physical disabilities. For operating hours, call (650) 949-7017.

■■TDD-deaf access is available. Call (650) 948-6025

or e-mail DavisBrenda@foothill.edu.

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Foothill College Registration Information Student Fees

How to Withdraw from a Class

Summary of Fees & Refunds Fees for enrollment, select services, parking permits, out-of-state and international student tuition, explanations of all Foothill fees, and important refund policies are posted on the Fees & Refunds section of the Foothill website. Be aware that payment in full is due when you register, and when you add subsequent classes. You will be dropped from your classes if you do not submit payment in full.

  Prior to the Withdraw Deadline with No Grade 

First, verify the withdraw deadline date. Then, follow these instructions.   After the Withdraw Deadline with a "W" Grade 

First, verify the withdraw deadline date. The option of dropping a class online is not available after the drop period is over. If you must drop a class after the drop period, follow these steps. Be aware that you will receive a grade of W.

Payment Installment Plan For convenience, a payment installment plan is available. To be eligible for the installment plan, you must not owe any fees from previous quarters at either Foothill or De Anza colleges, and you must apply for the installment plan in person at the Foothill College Admissions & Records Office (Room 8101).

Disability Access, Programs & Services To request this or any college publication in alternative media, including electronic text, Braille or large print, call the alternative media specialist at (650) 949-7673 or e-mail SumSteven@foothill.edu. The Adaptive Learning Division offers courses and services that are designed to help physically, communicatively, learning and developmentally disabled students. The division oversees the oncampus Disability Resource Center (Room 5801). Learn more about the division’s programs and services, including:

Online Fees Calculator Use the convenient online calculator to determine the fees you owe. Residency Residency determinations are based on the completed Application for Admission and other required materials. Review the college’s residency requirements.

■■ Computer Access

■■ Alternate Media

■■ Disability Resource

■■ Alternate Path

■■ Application Process

Education

College Programs & Policies

Services

Final Exam Schedule Final examinations are given in all courses except physical education activity, CNSL 50, cooperative education and tutoring. You are responsible for completing all assigned final examinations. Failure to complete the final exam will result in an F grade. If you miss a final examination for a legitimate reason, you should immediately communicate with your instructors and counselor. Final examinations normally will not be given in advance of the scheduled time. Review the final exam schedule.

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■■ Adapted Physical

for Requesting Accommodation for a Disability

■■ Apply for Disability

Support Services

■■ Community-

Center Center

■■ REACH Post-Stroke

Program

■■ Support Services ■■ Services for Students

with Learning Disabilities

Based Classes for Older Adults & Veterans ■■ Transition to Work Program

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Foothill College Registration Information Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) Learn more about EOPS, a state-funded student support program that serves financially and educationally diadvantaged students.

Based on your choosing, disbursements are then direct deposited into a personal account, or directly loaded onto a Higher One debit card. For details, review the Higher One link on your myportal. fhda.edu account page.

  STEP 5 

Financial Aid Options & Information We encourage all students to apply for financial aid. Particularly during tough budget times, federal, state and private financial aid is still available and can play an important role in supporting your educational goals. Financial aid is money that is given, paid or loaned to you to help pay for college or career training. Foothill College participates in aid programs made available through federal, state and private resources. Learn more about the Foothill College Financial Aid Office and its programs and services, including: ■■ Board of Governors

Fee Waiver (BOG)

■■ Free Application for

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Financial Aid Dates & Deadlines You are responsible for submitting all documents by the required deadlines to be considered for financial aid. For more information, make regular visits to the Financial Aid Office and www.foothill.edu/aid.

Rewarding Health Careers Start at Foothill College Apply to one of Foothill’s Biological & Health Science Career Programs. You’ll receive outstanding instruction and hands-on training to prepare for a job that can pay from $50,000 to $80,000, depending on the field you select. Foothill students enjoy impressive job placement rates when they successfully complete our high-demand health care career programs. Review these programs, and their career outlooks and requirements.

■■ Grants ■■ Loans ■■ Scholarships ■■ Work-Study

Financial Aid Process This timeline is approximate. For the following steps to work smoothly, you must be responsible for carefully planning and submitting complete information in a timely manner.   STEP 1  Complete your FAFSA online. Enter Foothill’s school code 001199. Complete the 2010–2011 FAFSA to apply for aid for Summer 2010 through Spring 2011. Complete the 2011–2012 FAFSA to apply for aid for Summer 2011 through Spring 2012.   STEP 2  Receive your Student Aid Report (SAR) from the processing center. The Foothill College Financial Aid Office receives your FAFSA data electronically from processing center. The college then e-mails you a welcome message that includes instructions for accessing your myportal.fhda.edu account where you'll conduct your financial aid business.   STEP 3  The Foothill College Financial Aid Office receives all requested documents from you. Your file is then sent to a processor for review.   STEP 4  If your file is able to be completely reviewed and you're eligible, then your file will be awarded. Awards and incomplete status are visible by monitoring your myportal.fhda.edu account. www.foothill.edu

FastTech Technology Classes FastTech classes are taught in quick formats at the Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College (KCI).

Krause Center for Innovation A leader in professional development for California’s K-14 teachers, with internationally recognized programs, the KCI’s offers numerous free and lowcost technology education programs that help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms, improve student learning outcomes and, ultimately, develop highly educated students who are prepared to compete in the knowledge economy. Learn more about the KCI and its innovative programs: ■■ Adobe Youth Voices

■■ FAME

■■ Educational

■■ FASTtech

Technology for Administrative Leadership Certificate

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College Programs & Policies Rules & Policies May Change

Transcripts

The Foothill-De Anza Community College District and Foothill College have made every reasonable effort to determine that the information in this schedule is accurate. Changes may result from California legislature statutes or rules and policies adopted by the district or institutional designee. Courses, programs and policies are subject to change without notice for reasons related to student enrollment, level of financial support, or for any other reason, at the discretion of the district and college. The district and college further reserve the right to add, amend or repeal any of its rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

Your transcript is a record of college courses that shows the units you attempted and completed, and your grades and grade-point average. An unofficial transcript is the document that is given or sent directly to you. You may request an official transcript be sent from the Foothill College Admissions Office directly to the records office of another college or university. Review the instructions for ordering transcripts.

Change of Grade Section 76224 of the California State Education Code states, "The determination of the student's grade by the instructor shall be final in the absence of mistake, fraud, bad faith or incompetency." By law, instructors are the only people who can change grades. Review the complete transcript/grade change policy if you believe a correction should be made.

Open Course Policy This policy is established pursuant to regulations contained in California Administrative Code Title V commencing with Section 55200.

Accreditation

Petitions for Associate Degrees & Certificates of Achievement

Foothill College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. This organization is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Learn more about Foothill’s accreditation.

When you have completed 75 or more quarter units of required coursework and you are eligible for graduation, you must: 1. Make an appointment with a Foothill counselor to request appropriate petitions. To schedule an appointment, call (650) 949-7423.

Grading Scale

2. Submit the completed petition form and support documents to the Evaluations Office, Room 8301, on or before the deadline date.

Foothill College uses the plus/minus grading system. Follow this link to review grade definitions, evaluative symbols and grade points. You can also use Foothill’s online calculator to determine your gradepoint average.

Repetition of Classes You may repeat a course only once to remove an unsatisfactory grade (D, F, NP). For more information about restrictions, review the course repeatability statement that is posted online and published in current Foothill College Course Catalog.

Receiving Grade Reports To review your grades, login to myportal.fhda.edu and select the Students tab. Then, click Student Grades and follow the on-screen instructions.

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College Programs & Policies Academic Honor Code

  For more information  Patricia Hyland, dean of Student Affairs & Activities, is the college’s student grievance officer who oversees discipline and due process. To schedule an appointment with Patricia Hyland, get answers to your questions, obtain reference material or discuss an issue, visit Room 2002 or call (650) 949-7241, and speak with her assistant, Bill Frankeberger.

As a student at Foothill College, you join a community of scholars who are committed to excellence in teaching and learning. We assume that students will pursue their studies with integrity and honesty; however, all students should know that incidents of academic dishonesty are taken very seriously. It is vitally important to your academic success that you know what constitutes academic dishonesty at Foothill College. ■■ What is Academic

Dishonesty?

■■ Cheating ■■ Plagiarism

Student Complaint & Grievance Procedures

■■ Consequences of

Academic Dishonesty

Foothill College has an established procedure for student grievances and complaints in order to provide a means for resolving alleged unfair or improper action by any member of the academic community. Procedures and forms are available on campus in the Student Affairs & Activities Office (Room 2002). A copy of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board Policy & Administrative Procedures is available for review from the FHDA District Human Resources Office as well as online at http://www.fhda.edu/about_us/ board/policy.

■■ Academic

consequences

■■ Other Specific Examples ■■ Administrative

of Academic Dishonesty

consequences

The Student Affairs Office maintains a record of students who have engaged in academic dishonesty. This information is used to identify and discipline students reported for academic dishonesty more than once. A copy of the Foothill College Student Conduct, Discipline & Due Process Procedure is posted online and copies are available in the Student Affairs & Activities Office (Room 6201). Foothill College thanks the San Jose State University Student Affairs Vice President's Office for many of the statements in this section. The Foothill College Academic Honor Code was developed and approved by the college's Academic Senate in 2004.

Misuse of Computer Information & Resources Policy

Review the following links so that you are fully aware of student rights and responsibilities. For the complete conduct and due process procedures, read Foothill-De Anza Board Policy Administrative Procedures 5510 and 5520: Student Due Process & Discipline.

Abuse of computing, networking or information resources contained in or part of the Foothill-De Anza district network may result in the loss of computing privileges. Additionally, abuse can be prosecuted under applicable statues. Complaints alleging abuse of the district network will be directed to those responsible for taking appropriate disciplinary action. Illegal reproduction of material protected by U.S. copyright law is subject to civil damages and criminal penalties, including fines and imprisonment. Read Foothill-De Anza Board Policy 3250: Computer & Network Use Rights & Responsibilities.

■■ Student Conduct

■■ System Abuse

■■ Copyright

■■ Harassment

■■ Exceptions

Student Conduct, Discipline & Due Process

■■ Student Discipline ■■ Due Process

■■ Student Code of

Conduct for ETUDES Internet-Based Courses

■■ Commercial Use

Requirements & 14th Amendment

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College Programs & Policies

Student Code of Conduct for ETUDES Internet-Based Courses

Be aware that illegal forms of downloading and unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, are violations of the law and may subject you to academic sanctions from the college as well as criminal and civil penalties, including a lawsuit against you by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Learn more at www.campusdownloading.com. In addition to being illegal, file sharing drains the FHDA network bandwidth, which slows computer connections for students and employees who are using the network for legitimate purposes and ultimately costs the college money. The college has developed policies and consequences to ensure that students respect music and other forms of intellectual property as well as conduct responsible use of the Internet. There are plenty of easy, affordable ways to get music online legally. To protect their intellectual property, companies have licensed hundreds of digital partners that offer a range of legal downloading options, including download and subscription services, legitimate peer-to-peer services, video-on-demand, podcasts and CD kiosks. For a list of sources that offer legal downloading

As a student at Foothill College, your conduct in the classroom and online (Internet classes) is expected to conform to those acceptable standards for all students. Review your rights and responsibilities for online courses.

Illegal Distribution of Copyrighted Materials Foothill College students are prohibited from using the Foothill-De Anza (FHDA) Community College District information network to illegally download or share music, video and all other copyrighted intellectual property. Foothill College supports the Higher Education Opportunity Act and Digital Millennium Copyright Act, including efforts to eliminate the illegal distribution of copyrighted material. Under the law, college administrators may be obligated to provide copyright holders with information about users of the FHDA information network who have violated the law. www.foothill.edu

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College Programs & Policies sites, access www.campusdownloading.com/legal. htm or www.educause.edu/Resources/Browse/ LegalDownloading/33381.

program admission standards are met. This notice is a requirement of the Guidelines for Eliminating Discrimination & Denial of Services on the Basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex and Handicap (Federal Register, Vol. 44, No 56).

Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Policy

Poliza Sobre Limitaciones en Ingles

The Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board of Trustees upholds that, for persons with disabilities, improving the access to educational and employment opportunities must be a priority.

Posibles estudiantes son aconsejados que la falta del idioma Inglés no será una barrera para la admisión, o participación en programas de educación vocacional en Foothill College, siempre y cuando todos los otros, si existierán, criterios de admisión del programa sean completados. Esta nota es un requisito de la Pauta para la Eliminación de la Descriminación y Negativa de Servicios en Base a la Raza, Color, Nacionalidad de Origen, Sexo, e Impedimento (Registro Federal, Vol. 44, No. 56).

■■ Disabilities & Reasonable Accommodation ■■ Alternate Text ■■ Alternate Path for Requesting

Accommodation for a Disability

Title IX Procedural Requirements

Sexual Harassment Protection Policy

Foothill College has responsibilities to ensure that students and employees comply with the non-discrimination mandate of Title IX and its procedural requirements.

Members of a college community—students, faculty, staff and visitors—must be able to study and work in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. Review the Foothill-De Anza Sexual Harassment Protection Policy.

Non-Discrimination Policy Foothill College does not discriminate against any person in the provision of any program or service based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, marital status or physical/mental disability. Review the college policy and follow the instructions listed if you experience any form of discrimination.

Mutual Respect Policy The Foothill-De Anza district takes all steps necessary to provide a positive educational and employment environment that encourages equal educational opportunities. Review Board Policy 4110: Mutual Respect Policy.

Reglamento de la No-Descriminacion

Parking Citations & Traffic Violations

Foothill College no descrimina en contra de ninguna persona en la prohibición de algun programa o servicio basado en la raza, color, nacionalidad u origen étnico, edad, sexo, religión, orientación sexual, estado civil, o impedimento físico o mental.

On-campus parking regulations—including display of a valid parking permit—are enforced 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Parking tickets and traffic violations issued at Foothill College by campus police are legal citations. You are responsible for paying an incurred parking penalty (citation) or contesting the citation within 21 days of issuance. Failure to do so will result in additional penalties and may affect the loss of your right to contest the citation. Be aware that the

Limited English Skills Policy Prospective students are advised that a lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission to, or participation in vocational education programs at Foothill College as long as other, if any, www.foothill.edu

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College Programs & Policies

Police Actions

California Department of Motor Vehicles may also place a hold on your vehicle registration (40215 CVC). In addition, if you have five or more outstanding citations, this may result in the impounding or immobilization of your vehicle at your expense without further notice.

Direct concerns about an individual officer first to the officer and then to the chief of Police & Safety, Room 2002 in the Campus Center; or call (650) 949-7313.

Drug-Free Campus Policy

Paying a Citation

1. Write the citation number clearly on the check or money order.

The unlawful possession, use or distribution of any illicit drug or alcohol by students on district property or at district activities or events is prohibited. Be aware of the regulations as well as the disciplinary actions you will face for violating this policy.

2. Mail to Parking Violataions Office (FHDA), P.O. Box 11113, San Jose, CA 95103.

No-Smoking Campus Policy

  To pay with personal check or money order 

(do not send cash):

3. If your check fails to clear, a returned check fee may be assessed.

To provide a safe learning and working environment for students and employees, smoking is prohibited in all indoor and outdoor campus locations, with the exception of designated parking lots. The Foothill College Health Services Office provides a variety of smoking cessation aids. Learn more about these services.

  To pay by Visa or MasterCard credit card: 

1. Access www.pticket.com, the online vendor that is approved by the Foothill-De Anza district to administer its online citation collections. 2. Follow the on-screen prompts. Contesting a Citation You may contest a citation via an initial review by writing a letter of explanation and sending it with a copy of the citation to the Parking Violations Office within 21 days of the issuance of the citation. For instructions, access www.TicketWizard5000.com.

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Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act The Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) requires educational institutions to provide student access to official education records directly related to the student. The act also says you have the right to 14

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College Programs & Policies challenge such records on the grounds that they are inaccurate, misleading or otherwise inappropriate. Also, the college may release certain kinds of directory information, unless the student notifies the records officer that certain or all information may not be released without consent. The registrar is the designated records officer of the college. Learn more about your rights according to FERPA as well as how to review or challenge your education record.

that will maximize your Foothill College experience. Access the Course Catalog online or purchase the catalog online or at the campus bookstore in Room 2301.

District Service Area The Foothill-De Anza Community College District service area includes the communities of Cupertino, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale and portions of San Jose, Santa Clara and Saratoga. Learn more at www.fhda.edu.

Veterans Resource Center Foothill’s Veterans Resource Center (VRC) meets the unique educational and career-training needs of veterans, active duty personnel and reservists, and their families. Review the services provided by the VRC (Room 2014). Also review the refund and grading options for students called to active military service.

Off-Campus Sites Some Foothill classes meet at sites in the community. Verify the meeting site of your course by reviewing the class schedule.

Foothill Students Transfer to UCs, CSUs & Other Universities Across the Country

Use of Photography Foothill College, a non-profit California Community College, reserves the right to take and use photographs, motion pictures and electronic images of students and visitors, age 18 and older, taken on college property and at college-sponsored events for marketing and promotional purposes. Occasionally, the college will conduct media production activities for marketing purposes. The results of such photography and recording may be broadcast throughout the world. If you do not want to be identified, photographed or recorded, avoid areas where camera technicians and photographers are working. Objection to the use of an individual's photo must be made in writing to the Marketing Office (Room 5931).

What’s Their Secret? Helping you prepare for transfer to a university to complete your bachelor’s degree is a core mission of Foothill College. Many Foothill courses are similar to courses offered in the lower division, or first two years, at four-year universities. Foothill students can transfer after completing lower-division major preparatory and general education requirements. The secret of our students’ success is that they meet frequently with Foothill counselors and understand which transferable courses are required for admission to the universities of their choice. Foothill offers free transfer-related workshops throughout the academic year such as scholarships and financial aid; choosing a transfer school; choosing a major; completing the UC and CSU application; writing an effective university application essay; transfer admission guarantees (TAGs); and many others. You can sign up for free workshops like these in the Career/Transfer Center (Room 8329). Each fall, Foothill hosts Transfer Day to give you the opportunity to meet admissions representatives from numerous colleges and universities. In Spring Quarter, we host a reception for

Course Catalog Foothill College publishes its official Course Catalog online as well as in print form each year. An essential planning and reference tool, the catalog is the institution’s official, authoritative source for course descriptions, degree requirements, graduation requirements, course transferability and prerequisites, academic and college policies, Academic Honor Code, grading system, student support services, student rights and responsibilities, and additional information www.foothill.edu

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College Programs & Policies students who have been accepted for transfer. If you want to review resources, consult with a counselor, sign up for a free workshop or discuss your transfer options, we’re here to help.

share in this vision, Foothill College commits itself to providing students with the necessary student support services, outstanding instruction, and opportunities for leadership both within and outside the classroom. By enacting this vision, the college ensures that it remains the distinctive and innovative institution it has been since its inception.

■■ Counseling Appointments

(650) 949-7423 • Room 8301

■■ Career/Transfer Center

Values

(650) 949-7235 • Room 8329

■■ Honesty

■■ Transparency

Outstanding Faculty

■■ Integrity

■■ Forgiveness

Foothill College faculty are nationally recognized for their excellence in the classroom. Our instructors have degrees from such institutions as Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Chicago Art Institute, Cambridge, Dartmouth, Princeton, Purdue, Johns Hopkins, Yale and many other top universities. They’ve joined the Foothill College faculty because they love teaching and working with students.

■■ Trust

■■ Sustainability

■■ Openness

Purpose To provide access to educational opportunity for all with innovation and distinction.

Opportunities & Support Services to Help You Succeed

Foothill College Mission, Vision, Values & Purpose

Bookstore Career Center CTIS Computer Centers Cooperative Work Experience Counseling Services Disability Resource Center Financial Aid & Scholarships Foothill Global Access Health Services Office Honors Institute Krause Center for Innovation Library & Media Center

Mission A well-educated population being essential to sustaining and enhancing a democratic society, Foothill College commits itself to providing access to outstanding educational opportunities for all of our students. Whether through basic skills, career preparation, lifelong learning, or transfer, the members of the Foothill College community are dedicated to the achievement of learning and to the success of our students. We affirm that our unwavering dedication to this mission is critical to the prosperity of our community, our state, our nation, and the global community to which all people are members. Vision Foothill College envisions itself as a community of scholars where a diverse population of students, faculty and staff intersect and are engaged in the search for truth and meaning. We recognize that by necessity this search must be informed by a multiplicity of disciplinary modes of inquiry. In order to ensure that every student has the opportunity to

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College Programs & Policies Transfer Admission Guarantees

consumer options for students, including a wide selection of used textbooks, textbook rentals, e-books and textbook buyback at books.foothill.edu. Additional resources include textbooks that have been placed on reserve in the college library as well as a student-run book exchange. Textbook information, including price and the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is included in the college’s online schedule of classes as well as on the website for the college’s bookstore at books.foothill.edu/home.aspx. Foothill College makes every reasonable effort to determine that the textbook information listed in the college’s online schedule is accurate. However, textbook editions and ISBNs are subject to change without notice by either the instructor or publisher. The Foothill College Bookstore is not responsible for subsequent textbook changes if the student purchases them from another source. Review the online schedule. In addition to traditional purchases, the Foothill College Bookstore also offers these convenient methods for purchasing textbooks:

Transfer admission guarantees (TAGs) are commitments that select four-year colleges and universities make with Foothill College students. Learn how you can qualify for a time- and moneysaving TAG.

Foothill Owls Athletics Foothill College men and women student-athletes enjoy success in the local, regional and state community college sports scene. Learn how you can become part of Owls athletics or attend one of our exciting sporting events.

Child Care Services at De Anza College Children of Foothill College students may be eligible for child care services at Foothill’s sister school, De Anza College, in Cupertino.

Textbook Affordability & Accessibility

■■ participate in the textbook rental program; ■■ purchase e-books to download; and

Foothill College recognizes that textbook affordability directly impacts student access and successful learning. Learn about the numerous

■■ buy textbooks online for pick up on campus or

delivery by UPS.

Visit the Foothill College Bookstore in Room 2301 We Have What You Need ■■ Backpacks ■■ Calculators

■■ Foothill Apparel

& Gifts

■■ Candy & Snacks

■■ Greeting Cards

■■ Course Catalog

■■ New, Used & E-Books

■■ Reference Books ■■ Santa Clara County

Transit Bus Passes

■■ Study Guides

 Save Time. Buy Books Online. books.fhda.edu

■■ Discounts &

educational pricing on computer hardware, peripherals and software.

  Mon.–Thurs., 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.    Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.    books.fhda.edu    (650) 949-7305 

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses How to Read Course Listings Course Number CRN

Course ID

COIN 61

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PUBLISHING ON THE WEB USING HTML/XHTML

Units

Location

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent and COIN 51. 3 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to electronic publishing on the Web using HTML and XTHML. Students will produce a multi-page Web site with image, text, and links; tables, frames, forms and simple multimedia. Uploading and modifying documents to a web server, interacting with a client, and planning, designing, testing and maintaining a Web site will also be emphasized. This course is based on knowledge of navigating the Internet and browsing the Web.

E L P M A S

0812 COIN-061.-01 LEC 6:00PM–9:50 T YOUNG P 4004 LAB TBA TBA YOUNG P TBA LAB TBA TBA YOUNG P TBA COIN-061.-01: Course fee, $4. Some course meetings may be held online.  0813 COIN-061.-07W LEC TBA TBA WATKINS ONLINE COIN-061.-07W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga for information on how to begin. Class Note applies to class listed directly above

Shaded Area indicates evening classes

LEC=Lecture, LAB=Laboratory, L-L=Lecture-Laboratory

Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Contact Division Office for information

Offered via the internet

M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, Th=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, Su=Sunday

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I

Foothill College recognizes that textbook affordability directly impacts student access and successful learning. Learn about the numerous consumer options for students, including a wide selection of used textbooks, textbook rentals, e-books and textbook buyback at books.foothill.edu. Additional resources include textbooks that have been placed on reserve in the college library as well as a student-run book exchange. Textbook information, including price and the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is included in the college’s online schedule of classes at www.foothill.fhda.edu/schedule/schedule.php as well as on the website for the college’s bookstore at books.foothill.edu/home.aspx. Foothill College makes every reasonable effort to determine that the textbook information listed in the college’s online schedule is accurate. However, textbook editions and ISBNs are subject to change without notice by either the instructor or publisher. The Foothill College Bookstore is not responsible for subsequent textbook changes if the student purchases them from another source. Review the online schedule at www. foothill.fhda.edu/schedule/schedule.php.

CRN

ACTG 1B (650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

Seven accounting certificates of completion are offered. For more information, access www.foothill. edu/bss/.

ACTG 1A

Textbook Affordability & Accessibility Options

Course Number

Location

Accounting Business & Social Sciences

In general: ■■Courses numbered 1–49 transfer to the University of California. Some exceptions apply. Always consult or review the Foothill College/UC Transferable Course list at www.assist.org; ■■Courses numbered 1–99 transfer to the California State University; ■■Courses numbered 100 and above are not university transferable; ■■All courses numbered 200 and above are non-degree applicable; ■■Content credit may be allowed for some courses at the discretion of the transfer university; and ■■When in doubt about the applicability or transferability of a course, always consult a counselor.

5 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 220 and ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture. Introduction to accounting information systems for decision making. Original entry and posting, adjusting and closing entries, development of accounting system for computers, internal controls over assets, accounting for monetary assets and inventories, and the relationship among financial statements.

40062 ACTG-001A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW DRAKE 3201 TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE 40144 ACTG-001A-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh DRAKE 3201 TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE ACTG-001A-02: Will be held both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other internet access. 40145 ACTG-001A-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW STAFF 3206 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F STAFF 3206  40063 ACTG-001A-04W TBA TBA TBA SEYEDIN ONLINE ACTG-001A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40064 ACTG-001A-05W TBA TBA TBA SEYEDIN ONLINE ACTG-001A-05W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40146 ACTG-001A-06 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh STAFF 3206 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F STAFF 3206 ACTG-001A-06: Will be held both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other internet access.  40065 ACTG-001A-07W TBA TBA TBA SEYEDIN ONLINE ACTG-001A-07W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40147 ACTG-001A-08 LEC 1:00 PM–  3:15 PM TTh SEYEDIN 3206 40791 ACTG-001A-09 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh STAFF 3201

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II

Instructor

Units

Location

5 Units

Prerequisite: ACTG 1A. Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 220 and ESLL 26 5 hours lecture. Continuing study of accounting information system for decision making. Fixed assets and intangible assets, current liabilities, corporations, bonds, investments, statement of cash flows and financial statement analysis.

40148 ACTG-001B-01 LEC 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM TTh DRAKE 3201 TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE ACTG-001B-01: Will be held both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other internet access.  40066 ACTG-001B-02W TBA TBA TBA NAVA ONLINE ACTG-001B-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40149 ACTG-001B-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DRAKE 3201 TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE ACTG-001B-03: Will be held both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other Internet access.  40067 ACTG-001B-04W TBA TBA TBA NAVA ONLINE ACTG-001B-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

ACTG 1C

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

5 Units

Prerequisite: ACTG 1B. Advisory: MATH 10 or high school algebra recommended. 5 hours lecture. Study of accounting information system for internal uses. Process costing, job-order costing, activitybased costing, cost behavior and cost-volume profit analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation, and capital investment analysis.

40151 ACTG-001C-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh SEYEDIN 3206 TBA TBA TBA SEYEDIN ONLINE ACTG-001C-01: Will be held both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other internet access. 40152 ACTG-001C-02 LEC 1:00 PM–  3:15 PM MW STAFF 3206  40068 ACTG-001C-04W TBA TBA TBA NAVA ONLINE

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ACTG 51B

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

ACTG 66

Prerequisite: ACTG 51A. 4 hours lecture. Accounting for PP&E, intangible assets, current liabilities, long-term liabilities, and equity.

ACTG-051B-01W TBA TBA TBA NAVA ONLINE ACTG-051B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at ww/ for information on how to begin.

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III

4 Units

ACTG 67

5 Units

ACTG-060.-01W TBA TBA TBA GHODRAT ONLINE ACTG-060.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40796 ACTG-060.-02W TBA TBA TBA GHODRAT ONLINE ACTG-060.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ACTG 68A

2 Units

ADVANCED TAX ACCOUNTING I

4 Units

ACTG-068A-01W TBA TBA TBA NOVIKOV ONLINE ACTG-068A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ACTG 68C

ACTG-064A-01W TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE ACTG-064A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ADVANCED TAX ACCOUNTING III

3 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 220 and ESLL 26. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Current federal income tax administration and procedures and review of Enrolled Agent Exam.

2 Units

 40079

ACTG-068C-01W TBA TBA TBA NOVIKOV ONLINE ACTG-068C-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Prerequisite: ACTG 1B or equivalent experience. 4 hours lecture-laboratory. Practice in using an electronic spreadsheet program to organize and process financial and managerial accounting data. Includes research on the Internet.

Adaptive Learning: Community Based

 40072

ACTG-064B-01W TBA TBA TBA DRAKE ONLINE ACTG-064B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

PAYROLL & BUSINESS TAX ACCOUNTING

5 Units

 40078

 40071

ACTG 65

TAX ACCOUNTING

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ACTG 67 or equivalent experience. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Current federal income tax law as it relates to sole proprietorships and partnerships.

Prerequisites: ACTG 1A or equivalent experience. 4 hours lecture-laboratory. Focus on using QuickBooks to record financial data. Reviewing the accounting cycle, processing business transactions and preparing financial statements.

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING PRACTICE USING EXCEL

5 Units

ACTG-067.-01W TBA TBA TBA MAYER ONLINE ACTG-067.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is a Qualifying Education Contact Course authorized by the California Tax Education Council (CTEC).  40076 ACTG-067.-02W TBA TBA TBA NOVIKOV ONLINE ACTG-067.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is a Qualifying Education Contact Course authorized by the California Tax Education Council (CTEC).  40077 ACTG-067.-03W TBA TBA TBA MAYER ONLINE ACTG-067.-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is a Qualifying Education Contact Course authorized by the California Tax Education Council (CTEC).

 40070

ACTG 64B

COST ACCOUNTING

Units

Location

 40075

5 hours lecture. Pre-professional accounting course introducing the theory of double-entry bookkeeping/ accounting. Emphasis on basic accounting cycle, elementary accounting principles and procedures, and financial records.

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING PRACTICE USING QUICKBOOKS

Instructor

Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 220 and ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture. Current Federal and California Income Tax Law as it relates to individuals, emphasizing practical application, tax planning and tax form preparation.

ACTG-051C-01W TBA TBA TBA NAVA ONLINE ACTG-051C-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ACTG 64A

Time Days

ACTG-066.-01W TBA TBA TBA FAKOOR ONLINE ACTG-066.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40069

ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Title

 40074

Prerequisites: ACTG 51B 4 hours lecture. Accounting for Investments, Income Taxes, Pensions and Post-retirement Benefits, Leases, and Accounting Changes and Error Analysis; also covered, the Cash Flows Statement, and Full Disclosure in Financial Reporting.

ACTG 60

Activity

Prerequisite: ACTG 1C or equivalent experience. 5 hours lecture. Fundamentals of activity-based costing, job-order, process cost, and standard cost accounting systems.

 40809

ACTG 51C

Course ID

Adaptive Learning

(650) 949-7017 www.foothill.edu/al/

Non-credit courses for older disabled adults are offered at the following community sites: Avenidas, Bridgepoint at Los Altos, Casa Olga, Channing House, Chateau Cupertino, East Palo Alto Senior Center, Fairoaks Senior Center, Forum, Ladera Recreation, Lytton Gardens, Mt. View Senior Center, Next Step Program, Onetta Harris, Palo Alto Commons, Palo Alto YMCA, Pilgrim Haven, Plaza Del Rey, Redwood Villa, Retirement Inn of Sunnyvale, Sacred Heart High School, Saratoga Senior Center, Senior Day Health Program, Sequoias, Stevenson House, Sunnyvale Senior Center, Sunnyview Retirement Community, Sunrise Senior Living, Villa Siena, and YuAiKal Japanese Community Senior Center. For information call (650) 949-7321.

4 Units

Prerequisite: ACTG 1B. 4 hours lecture. Presentation of basic payroll procedures used in business today. Provides practice in recording procedures and preparation of tax returns.

 40073

ACTG-065.-01W TBA TBA TBA BOWMAN ONLINE ACTG-065.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ALCB 201

BEGINNING LIP READING

.5 Unit

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory for each .5 unit of credit. AAny combination of ALCB 201 & 201X may be taken 6 times for credit, however, no single course may be taken more than 6 times for credit.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

Designed for adults with acquired, congenital or progressive hearing impairment. Includes basic sounds of the English language and how production of basic speech sounds appears on the lips and face of the speaker. Mechanics of the ear and sound will be presented. Physiological problems related to hearing will be discussed as well as some technological solutions. Practical experience in lip reading will be provided.

 41152  41153  41154

ALCB-201.-01L ALCB-201.-02L ALCB-201.-03L

ALCB 202

LAB 1:30 PM–  2:45 PM M LAB 10:30 AM–11:45 AM W LAB 9:30 AM–10:45 AM T

MASTMAN MASTMAN MASTMAN

INTERMEDIATE LIP READING & MANAGING YOUR HEARING LOSS

 41343 ALCB-230.-01  41344 ALCB-230.-02

ALCB 231X

AVEN CHHS MVSC

ALCB-202.-01L

ALCB 203

LAB 3:00 PM–  4:15 PM M

.5 Unit

MASTMAN

ADVANCED LIP READING & MANAGING YOUR HEARING LOSS

 41345

ALCB-203.-01L

ALCB 222Z

LAB 11:00 AM–12:20 PM M

JOB SEARCH SKILLS

 41158

ALCB 223X

LAB L-L LAB L-L

8:30 AM–12:20 PM 8:30 AM–  2:10 PM 8:30 AM–12:10 PM 8:30 AM–  2:10 PM

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

CAREER RESOURCES

AVEN

 41159  41160  41161

ALCB-223X-01

ALCB 229Z

LAB 9:00 AM–11:50 AM Th

WORK ADJUSTMENT FOR THE DISABLED

 41162  41166

ALCB 230

LAB 8:00 AM–  2:50 PM F TBA TBA TBA

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPUTER FOR THE DISABLED

HAWKINS HAWKINS

STAFF

1 Unit

VANSP

0 Units

LAB 9:00 AM–10:55 AM Th

KRUITWAGEN

PACOM

0 Units

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM W LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM Th LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM F

PARRAVI PARRAVI VERONNEAU

ART APPRECIATION

ALCB-408Y-01 ALCB-408Y-02

ALCB 409Y

PACOM ASV SDHP

0 Units

LAB 3:15 PM–  5:05 PM W LAB 3:15 PM–  5:15 PM W

PARRAVI ROCK

MUSIC APPRECIATION

PH PACOM

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 409–409Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to acquire appreciation of composers and their work. Emphasis on identification and recall of auditory input.

VANSP

3 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory for each unit of credit. Any combination of ALCB 229–229Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed to help the student develop realistic work behavior. Focus on group interaction, sharing of attitudes, fears, hopes and expectations as they relate to work. Student participation in vocational testing to assess interest and abilities.

 41340 ALCB-229Z-01

VANSP VANSP VANSP VANSP

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 408–408Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to acquire an appreciation of artists and their work. Provides opportunity for social interaction and intellectual stimulation made possible through shared knowledge of artists and their work.

1 Unit

HAWKINS

LAB 2:30 PM–  3:20 PM MTW

SOCIAL CHANGE

ALCB-407Y-01 ALCB-407Y-02 ALCB-407Y-03

ALCB 408Y

VANSP VANSP VANSP VANSP

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory for each unit of credit. Any combination of ALCB 223–223Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Introduction and hands-on use of resources available to research and find employment in the Bay Area. Resources include daily job postings, fax, Internet, telephones, company leads, casual labor, videos and career library. Designed for the disabled student.

 41339

GLEESON GLEESON GLEESON GLEESON

Units

Location

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 407–407Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled to improve memory and understanding of changes in society to increase awareness of the impact of these changes and increase social interaction.

3 Units

M TW M TW

L-L 3:30 PM–  5:30 PM MTWTh TBA TBA TBA L-L 3:30 PM–  5:30 PM MTWTh TBA TBA TBA

Instructor

WORLD NEWS DISCUSSION

ALCB-406Y-01

ALCB 407Y

Non-degree applicable credit course. 6 hours lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 222–222Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Preparation and skills necessary for re-entry into the job market. Emphasis on technological changes impacting the job search. Includes use of the Internet for job search.

 41331 ALCB-222Z-01  41333 ALCB-222Z-02

Time Days

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 406–406Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled to study world news by examining turning points in history, comparing and contrasting them with current world events to enhance memory retention and self-esteem.

.5 Unit

MASTMAN

Title

CAREER PLANNING & PERSONAL ASSESSMENT

ALCB-231X-01

ALCB 406Y

AVEN

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability; ALCB 201, 202 or equivalent skills. 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory for each .5 unit of credit. Any combination of ALCB 203 & 203X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed to meet the needs of the hearing impaired adult with acquired hearing impairment.

 41157

Activity

Non-degree applicable credit course. Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of courses ALCB 231–231Z may be taken for a maximum of 9 units. Designed to help students develop a personal profile that identifies sociological, psychological and physiological perspectives for success in work, education and personal life.

Non-degree applicable credit course. Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory for each .5 unit of credit. Any combination of ALCB 202 & 202X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed to meet the needs of the hearing impaired adult with acquired hearing impairment.

 41155

Course ID

 41168  41170  41172

ALCB-409Y-01 ALCB-409Y-02 ALCB-409Y-03

ALCB 413Y

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM Th LAB 9:00 AM–10:50 AM F LAB 9:30 AM–11:20 AM T

BAIRD BAIRD BAIRD

RELAXATION TECHNIQUES

SDHP PACOM ASV

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 413–413Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to acquire information about and develop techniques for achieving relaxation by releasing mental and physical tension.

VANSP VANSP

2 Units

 41174  41185

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 4 hours lecture-laboratory, 2 hours terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to the computer and its uses for the student with little or no computer experience with a word processor and file management techniques. Discussion of other software applications. This course is designed for the student with a medically verified disability.

ALCB-413Y-01 ALCB-413Y-02

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM T LAB 10:30 AM–12:30 PM M

MARRIOTT MARRIOTT

SEQ AVEN

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ALCB 414Y

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

0 Units

ALCB-414Y-01

ALCB 421Y

LAB 2:30 PM–  4:30 PM M

MARRIOTT

AROUND THE WORLD IN TRAVEL STUDY

 41258  41259

ALCB-421Y-01

ALCB 431Y

LAB 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM Th

AMBROSE

ANALYSIS OF CURRENT EVENTS

ALCB-431Y-01 ALCB-431Y-02 ALCB-431Y-03 ALCB-431Y-04 ALCB-431Y-05 ALCB-431Y-06

ALCB 451Y

LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM LAB 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM LAB 3:45 PM–  5:35 PM

T Th Th F M M

0 Units

 41260  41261

DRAWING & PAINTING

ALCB-451Y-01 ALCB-451Y-02 ALCB-451Y-03

ALCB 451Z

LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM Th LAB 9:30 AM–11:20 AM F LAB 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM W

 41262

DRAWING & PAINTING

ALCB-451Z-01

ALCB 455X

LAB 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM M

 41263  41264

 41265  41266

ALCB-455X-01 ALCB-455X-02

ALCB 455Y

LAB 11:00 AM–12:15 PM Th LAB 1:00 PM–  2:15 PM M

MUSIC & MOVEMENT

CHU CROFT

0 Units

LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM T LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W

ITO ITO

OH SDHP

0 Units

LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W

KRUITWAGEN

BP

0 Units

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM T LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th

DUNEC DUNEC

CREATIVE SELF-EXPRESSION

ALCB-465Y-01 ALCB-465Y-02

ALCB 481X

AVEN MC D7

0 Units

LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM W

ROCK JENSEN

EXERCISE FOR THE OLDER DISABLED ADULT

OH RISV

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. ALCB 481: 1 hour Lab. ALCB 481X: 1.5 hours Lab. ALCB 481Y: 2 hours Lab. ALCB 481Z: 3 hours Lab. Any combination of ALCB 481–481Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve flexibility, range of movement, muscular strength and endurance.

BP

 41267  41268

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 1.5 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 455–455Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve flexibility and mobility through exercise performed to music.

 41256  41257

RISV EPSC

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 465–465Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to provide directed experiences in self-expression. Emphasis on various activities designed to enhance physical and cognitive creative expression and enable the student to develop independent creative activities through adapted drama, music, art and writing.

0 Units

MUSIC & MOVEMENT FOR THE DISABLED

AMBROSE PETERSON

CREATIVE WRITING

ALCB-463Y-01 ALCB-463Y-02

ALCB 465Y

OH PH FORUM

JENSEN

Units

Location

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 463–463Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to present written autobiographical, fictional and non-fictional experiences which are shared orally for both appreciation and constructive input to enhance selfesteem, memory retention and writing ability.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 451–451Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve expressive capability, manipulatory skills and eye-hand coordination, increase self-esteem and increase social interaction through the use of painting, drawing and sketching materials, tools, and techniques to create two-dimensional art in a group setting.

 41252

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM Th LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th

VERBAL EXPRESSION

ALCB-462Y-01

ALCB 463Y

PACOM CHHS PH FORUM BP LYT 2

0 Units

ROCK ITO JENSEN

Instructor

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 462–462Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to teach techniques in verbal communication specifically to improve family, social and work-related situations.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 451–451Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve expressive capability, manipulatory skills and eye-hand coordination, increase self-esteem and increase social interaction through the use of painting, drawing and sketching materials, tools, and techniques to create two-dimensional art in a group setting.

 41229  41230  41249

Time Days

CRAFTS

ALCB-456Y-01 ALCB-456Y-02

ALCB 462Y

ASV

0 Units

KRUITWAGEN PETERSON PETERSON MEDVED MEDVED MEDVED

Title

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 456–456Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve expressive capability, manipulatory skills and eyehand coordination, increase self-esteem and increase social interaction through the use of seasonal, leather, wood, fabric, yarn and paper materials to create crafts projects in a group setting.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 431–431Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to acquire information about current events with an emphasis on comparing and contrasting current with past events to enhance memory retention and self-esteem.

 41217  41218  41221  41224  41225  41227

ALCB-455Y-01 ALCB-455Y-02

ALCB 456Y

MVSC

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 421–421Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to recall personal travel. Focuses on the discussion of geography, history, religions and arts of other cultures to increase knowledge and social interaction, and improve memory retention.

 41215

Activity

Designed for the disabled student to improve flexibility and mobility through exercise performed to music.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 414–414Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to recognize stress symptoms and become aware of signals which cause triggers in stress. Learn stress management skills from passive to active take-charge role.

 41213

Course ID

ALCB-481X-01 ALCB-481X-02

ALCB 481Z

LAB 10:30 AM–12:10 PM W LAB 11:00 AM–12:15 PM T

CHU VEGA

LYT 2 SDHP

EXERCISE FOR THE OLDER DISABLED ADULT

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 481–481Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed for the disabled student to improve flexibility, range of movement, muscular strength and endurance.

PACOM OH

 41269  41270  41271  41273

0 Units

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALCB 455–455Z may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit.

ALCB-481Z-01 ALCB-481Z-02 ALCB-481Z-03 ALCB-481Z-04

LAB 10:15 AM–11:30 AM LAB 3:30 PM–  4:45 PM LAB 1:30 PM–  2:45 PM LAB 9:00 AM–10:15 AM

TTh TTh TTh TF

AMBROSE VEGA VEGA CHU

SVSC PH LYT 2 FO

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

Adaptive Learning: Computer Access Center Adaptive Learning

ALLD 207

(650) 949-7017 www.foothill.edu/al/

COMPUTER ACCESS EVALUATION

41140

1 Unit

PRACTICUM IN SENIOR SERVICES

ISSUES IN DEATH, DYING & BEREAVEMENT ACROSS CULTURES

SPED 55

3 Units

SPED 57

DELANGE

3305

SPED 62

ONG ONG

3401 TBA

PARAGRAPH REMEDIATION

GERIATRIC FITNESS CONCEPTS

3 Units

WORKING WITH SPECIAL POPULATIONS

KNOPF KNOPF

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY

41291 SPED-062.-01

SPED 64

5210 TBA

3 Units

3305 3305

4 Units

LAB 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM Th TBA TBA TBA

STAFF STAFF

DISABILITY & THE LAW

3304 ONLINE

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Legal rights of the disabled, beginning with historical roots of the disability movement in the United States. Earliest to current legislation governing access to education, employment, public and private facilities. Legal definitions of disability. Brings student up to the present with federal, state and local legal mandates and explores in detail the Americans With Disabilities Act, Individuals with Disabilities Act and California Special Education Law using case studies and current actions in the court system.

2 Units

WONG

(650) 949-7332 www.foothill.edu/al/

4 hours lecture. Psychological aspects of disability, including psychosocial, cultural, and physical considerations of disability and illness.

Prerequisite: ALLD 112 and certification for admission to Adaptive Learning Division Learning Disability Program. Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours laboratory per unit of credit. Any combination of ALLD 206 & 206X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. A systematic and progressive paragraph development class with an emphasis on writing concisely with correct grammar. Designed for ALLD students. LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW

LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM F TBA TBA TBA

40031 SPED-057.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–10:50 AM S LAB 11:00 AM–  1:50 PM S For Spring 2011, class will meet on 4/9, 4/23, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4

(650) 949-7017 www.foothill.edu/al/

ALLD-206X-01

3 Units

2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Designed to develop effective techniques to meet the learning style of the atypical learner. Focus will be to provide student with skills and strategies to work with special populations. Application of principles through hands-on experience and internships.

See also Special Education for classes associated with special education and disabilityrelated careers.

41139

UNDERSTANDING LEARNING DIFFERENCES

40032 SPED-055.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM T KNOPF TBA TBA TBA KNOPF Meets: 4/10, 5/15, and 6/12; 8 a.m.–4 p.m.. There will be an additional 3.0 TBA hours per week.

Adaptive Learning: Learning Disability

ALLD 206X

5402

2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Overview of fitness concepts and techniques necessary to work with older adults within the psychomotor domain. Explores physiological aspects of aging and the role progressive exercise plays in slowing down the physical decline often displayed in many inactive older adults.

3 hours lecture. This course is intended to contribute to your understanding of your relationship with death, as an individual, as a health professional, and as a member of society. It explores the universal phenomena of dying, death, and bereavement with a special emphasis on academic and interpersonal skills that allow individuals to increase their understanding and appreciation of cultural differences and similarities, within, among, and between groups.

Adaptive Learning

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:15 PM TTh

Listed below are classes for persons who are interested in exploring careers in the field of special education and disability. See also Adaptive Learning.

3 Units

40024 GERN-053.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM F PELHAM 3305 For Spring 2009, class will meet on April 10, April 17, June 12, and June 19, 2009 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m. Note six units of core courses must be completed prior to enrolling in this class.

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM M

1 Unit

Adaptive Learning

(650) 949-7332 www.foothill.edu/aging

GERN-055.-01

Units

Location

Adaptive Learning: Special Education

2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Work experience as volunteers or employees in age-related services to be taken after the course work is completed, or with permission of the instructor. Students must either: a) complete 40 hours of volunteer time in an agency approved by the instructor; or b) if already employed in an aging related program, design and implement a special project approved by the instructor.

40025

Instructor

ONG

41141 ALLD-210.-01

Adaptive Learning: Gerontology

GERN 55

Time Days

Formerly: ALLD 601 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Focuses on learning differences, learning theory and strategies related to specific learning challenges. Creation of individual learning portfolio to identify learning style, strengths and weaknesses. Covers understanding of learning differences, methods of retention and output of knowledge. Cognitive and achievement testing will be provided to identify students‚ learning profile.

41138 ALCA-201.-01 LAB TBA TBA WONG 5710 ALCA201.01: Must attend orientation meeting, noon–1 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the quarter in Room 5710.

GERN 53

Title

BASIC MATH REMEDIATION

ALLD-207.-01

ALLD 210

Formerly: ALCA 101 Non-degree applicable credit course. Prerequisite: Medically verified disability or access limitation. Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Evaluation with emphasis on determining the efficacy and appropriateness of accommodations required for parity with peers in regular college curricula.

Adaptive Learning

Activity

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory for each unit of credit. Any combination of ALLD 207 & 207X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. A systematic and remedial math class with an emphasis on basic math skills. Designed for ALLD students.

See also Special Education for classes associated with disability-related careers.

ALCA 201

Course ID

 41290

SPED-064.-01W LAB

TBA

TBA

ONG

ONLINE

5402

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

SPED 65

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

FUNDAMENTALS OF ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

ALTW 216

4 hours lecture. An overview of attention deficit disorders, subtypes, etiology, presenting symptoms, interventions and management, classroom teaching strategies, medical treatment strategies, workplace and educational accommodations, and disability law ramifications. Intended for educators, individuals with ADD and their families, or any interested student.

41292 SPED-065.-01

SPED 69

LAB 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM Th TBA TBA TBA

CASHMORE CASHMORE

SPECIAL EDUCATION STRATEGIES & PRACTICUM

SPED 75

LAB 3:30 PM–  5:20 PM T TBA TBA TBA

HAWKINS HAWKINS

INTERNSHIP IN ADAPTIVE AQUATICS

3305 ONLINE

41282

LEC 8:30 AM–11:20 AM F LAB TBA TBA

3404 TBA

ALTW 218

3301 TBA

41286

ALTW 214

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:20 PM TTh TBA 2:30 PM–  3:35 PM Th

JOB SEARCH SKILLS: THE INTERVIEW FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

ALTW-214.-01

ALTW 215

LAB 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh

TRANSITION TO WORK FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

ALTW-215.-01

LAB 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW

HAWKINS

3 Units

LAB 10:00 AM–10:50 AM TTh

URRUTIA

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

5402 TBA

1 Unit

5402

0 Units

TBA TBA

HAWKINS

TBA

(650) 949-7017 www.foothill.edu/al/

See also Special Education for classes associated with disability-related careers.

ALAP 60X

5931 5931

GENERAL CONDITIONING FOR THE DISABLED

1 Unit

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALAP 60 & 60X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Personal instruction in exercise programs to develop a comprehensive exercise program based on physical abilities and individual goals. Cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, balance and/or motor skills, as appropriate.

41109

ALAP 61

ALAP-060X-01

LAB 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM TTh

O’LOUGHLIN

RESISTIVE EXERCISE FOR THE DISABLED

2506

.5 Unit

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours laboratory for each .5 unit of credit. Any combination of ALAP 61 & 61X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Designed to instruct students in methodologies for increasing muscular strength. Uses free weights, weight machines, as appropriate. Teaches skills necessary to prepare students for mainstreamed physical education.

5402

1 Unit

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Prepare and evaluate personal, educational and vocational information for transition to work.

41280

ONG ONG

Adaptive Learning

1 Unit

ZAFREN

5402

Adaptive Physical Education

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Focuses on interviewing techniques and the special problems faced by the disabled in seeking employment. The informational interview procedure will be explored through lectures and roleplay.

41278

LAB 11:00 AM–11:50 AM MTWTh TBA 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM MT

41287 ALTW-401.-01 TBA

1.5 Units

HAWKINS HAWKINS

HAWKINS

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 12 hours total. Unlimited repeatability. Evaluation and assessment to determine eligibility for the Transition to Work (TTW) Program.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 4.5 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Practical skills needed for successful employment. Emphasis on on-the-job training experiences; discussion and evaluation of one’s performance.

41275 ALTW-208.-01

Units

Location

1 Unit

CURRENT EVENTS FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

ALTW-218.-01

ALTW 401

(650) 949-7017 www.foothill.edu/al/

JOB TRAINING/INTERNSHIP FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

LAB 10:00 AM–10:50 AM MW

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Survey of current events for the disabled student.

Acceptance into the Transition to Work Program is based on an assessment and evaluation by program staff. Registration for all ALTW classes is available by appointment through the Adaptive Learning Division.

ALTW 208

Instructor

INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

41285 ALTW-217.-01

Adaptive Learning: Transition to Work Adaptive Learning

Time Days

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 2 hours terminal time. May be taken 2 times for credit. Intermediate word processing, spreadsheet and file management skills for the disabled student. Emphasis on office applications needed for employment.

3 Units

KNOPF KNOPF

Title

DISABILITY & THE LAW FOR THE DISABLED STUDENT

ALTW-216.-01

ALTW 217

4 Units

2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. The internship is designed to provide the adaptive aquatics trainee with hands-on skills and experience with clients. The internship will include performing client assessments and receiving feedback from lead teachers.

40026 SPED-075.-01

Activity

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Understanding basic citizens’ rights and responsibilities. Emphasis on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. An overview of the field of special education. Focuses on components of instruction for students with disabilities. Field work activity required.

41293 SPED-069.-01

Course ID

 41127

ALAP-061.-01

LAB 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM W

KNOPF

SVSC

5402

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ALAP 62X

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INDIVIDUALIZED EXERCISE FOR THE DISABLED

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

1 Unit

ALAP 63X

LAB 4:00 PM–  5:15 PM LAB 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM LAB 12:30 PM–  1:20 PM CLAS 5:30 PM–  6:50 PM

TTh MW F TTh

O’LOUGHLIN O’LOUGHLIN O’LOUGHLIN O’LOUGHLIN

POSTURAL FITNESS FOR THE DISABLED

ALAP-063X-01

ALAP 70X

LAB 1:00 PM–  2:15 PM MW

Business & Social Sciences

1 Unit

ADAPTIVE AQUATICS FOR THE DISABLED

 41134

ALAP-070X-01

ALAP 71X

LAB 10:00 AM–11:15 AM TTh

ANTH 1

AQUACIZE FOR THE DISABLED

ALAP-071X-01 ALAP-071X-02

ALAP 80X

LAB 3:00 PM–  3:50 PM TThF LAB 8:30 AM–  9:45 AM TTh

1 Unit

KNOPF O’LOUGHLIN

TEAM SPORTS FOR THE DISABLED

YMCA OC

ANTH 1L

ALAP-080X-01

LAB 9:00 AM–11:50 AM F

1 Unit

O’LOUGHLIN

2501

Allied Health Sciences Biological & Health Sciences

AHS 200

ORIENTATION TO HEALTH CARE CAREERS

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

4 Units

PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY LABORATORY

1 Unit

Corequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 1. 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Introductory laboratory course focusing on scientific methodology to explore/experiment with topics from Anthropology lecture sections. Topics include Mendelian genetics, population genetics, human variability, forensics, medical anthropology, epidemiology, hominid dietary patterns, nonhuman primates, primate dental and skeletal anatomy, fossil hominids, chronometric dating, environmental challenges to hominids, environmental impact of hominid behavior, general methodologies utilized in physical anthropological research, and the general study of hominids as bio-culturally adapting animals.

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALAP 80 & 80X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. A variety of team sports, adapted for the physically limited adult. Team activity and rules of play for team sports, including, but not limited to, soccer, basketball, track and field, softball.

41137

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

40154 ANTH-001.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh CONNELL 5001 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh CONNELL 5001  40080 ANTH-001.-02W TBA TBA TBA DAVIDSON ONLINE ANTH-001.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40155 ANTH-001.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW CEARLEY 3106 40156 ANTH-001.-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh WOLF 3101 40157 ANTH-001.-05 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh TITUS 3101  40081 ANTH-001.-06W TBA TBA TBA DAVIDSON ONLINE ANTH-001.-06W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

OC

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALAP 71 & 71X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Individually prescribed aquatic exercises to increase muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, gross motor coordination, relaxation, as appropriate.

 41135  41136

Units

Location

4 hours lecture. Survey of the basic processes of evolution and investigation and their application to the development of modern humans. Impact of natural selection and genetics on development of new species. Evolutionary processes behind the physical and behavioral development of primates. History of the human lineage by reconstructing the fossil record, using investigations by paleoanthropologists, geologists, biologists, and archaeologists. Relationship between contemporary biology and behavior, facilitating an understanding of the affect of them upon future humankind.

1 Unit

O’LOUGHLIN

Instructor

For more information about the online anthropology degree, access www.foothillglobalaccess. org/main/aa_anthropology.htm.

SVSC

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALAP 70 & 70X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Individualized swimming instruction to improve cardiovascular endurance.

Time Days

Anthropology

2506 2506 2506 2506

KNOPF

Title

AHS -200.-02W LEC TBA TBA AUSTIN ONLINE AHS -200.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Enroll in one of the following labs. More than one lab can be taken. See course description under appropriate department heading: D H 200L Dental Hygiene as a Career; R T 200L Radiologic Technology as a Career, RSPT200L Respiratory Therapy as a Career. Students are required to attend final exam on FH campus (out-of-state students by arrangement w/instructor).

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Exercises for improving body mechanics for those with musculo-skeletal impairments. Body mechanics and lumbar spine stabilization.

 41132

Activity

 40280

Prerequisite: Medically verified disability. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of ALAP 62 & 62X may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance and strength, flexibility, balance and coordination activities, motor skills, as appropriate. Emphasis on adapting and developing an exercise program to meet individual needs and goals.

41128 ALAP-062X-01 41130 ALAP-062X-02 41480 ALAP-062X-03

Course ID

40375 ANTH-001L-01 L-L 1:00 PM–  1:50 PM T LAB 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM T ANTH-001L-01: ANTH 1L meets the IGETC science lab requirement. 40376 ANTH-001L-02 L-L 1:00 PM–  1:50 PM M LAB 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM M ANTH-001L-02: ANTH 1L meets the IGETC science lab requirement. 40377 ANTH-001L-03 L-L 1:00 PM–  1:50 PM W LAB 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM W ANTH-001L-03: ANTH 1L meets the IGETC science lab requirement.

(650) 949-7249 www.foothill.edu/bio/

3 Units

3 hours lecture. Orientation to Foothill College health care programs preparing students to differentiate among the health care professions and to enter the profession of their choice. Defining the American health care system. Discussion of professionalism, ethics, legal issues, death and dying, medical terminology, infection control, governmental regulations, cultural diversity, and academic skills, related to allied health careers.

ANTH 2A

CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

WOLF WOLF

3103 3103

CEARLEY CEARLEY

3103 3103

CONNELL CONNELL

3103 3103

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Introduction to the study of human culture and the concepts, theories, and methods used in the comparative study of sociocultural systems. Subjects include subsistence, political organization, language, kinship, religion, social inequality, ethnicity, gender, and culture change. Discussion of anthropological perspectives to contemporary issues.

40279 AHS -200.-01 LEC 2:30 PM–  5:20 PM T AUSTIN 5015 AHS -200.-01: Enroll in one of the following labs. More than one lab can be taken. See course description under appropriate department heading: Dental Hygiene D H 200L; Radiologic Technology R T 200L; Respiratory Therapy RSPT200L.

40159 ANTH-002A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW BAR 3101 40813 ANTH-002A-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW BAR 3101 40160 ANTH-002A-03 LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM TTh SCHAEFERS 3101  40083 ANTH-002A-04W TBA TBA TBA PRICE ONLINE ANTH-002A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ANTH 3

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PREHISTORY: THE SEARCH FOR LOST CIVILIZATIONS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

ANTH-003.-01

ANTH 4

LEC 5:30 PM–  9:10 PM Th

HYLKEMA

FIRST PEOPLES OF NORTH AMERICA

APEL 121

MC A4

 40773

 40084

ANTH-004.-01W TBA TBA TBA RODGERS ONLINE ANTH-004.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ANTH-005.-01

ANTH 6

LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW

SCHAEFERS

PEOPLES OF AFRICA

3101

 40846 40847  40914

ANTH-006.-01W TBA TBA TBA PRICE ONLINE ANTH-006.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ANTH 11B

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh

CONNELL

ARCHAEOLOGY SURVEY

ANTH 36

ANTH-011B-01

LEC 10:00 AM–  3:40 PM F

3101

2 Units

CONNELL

SPECIAL PROJECTS IN ANTHROPOLOGY

 40848

TBA TBA

CONNELL

SJ

(650) 949-7142

2.5 Units

CLAS 5:30 PM–  8:30 PM TTh CLAS 5:30 PM–  8:30 PM TTh L-L 5:30 PM–  8:30 PM MW

WHITE II TBA JONES

P-202A RIGGING; LAY-OUT

APPT-134A-01

APPT 139A

SJ TBA SJ

2.5 Units

CLAS 5:30 PM–  8:30 PM TTh

GONZALEZ

INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS

SJ

2.5 Units

Prerequisites: Admission to the Plumbing Apprenticeship Program; consistent employment in the pipe trades industry. 4.5 hours lecture-laboratory. Not Repeatable. This course focuses on process piping and high purity water piping systems (HPW) and will cover hazards associated with these installations. Water treatment and clean steam parameters for the pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing industries will also be presented. Pneumatic control systems will be covered including the identification, and installation of regulators and valves, pneumatic tubing and use of air compressors and refrigerated air-dryers. Control systems will also be discussed. The apprentice will get hands-on experience with tube bending.

3103

1 Unit

1 hour lecture for each unit of credit. Any combination of ANTH 36–36Z may be taken for a maximum of six units. Advanced readings, research and/or projects in anthropology. Specific topics determined in consultation with instructor.

40164 ANTH-036.-01 TBA

DIXON

Formerly: APPR 113 Prerequisites: Admission to the Plumbing Apprenticeship Program; consistent employment in the pipe trades industry. 4.5 hours lecture-laboratory. Not Repeatable. In this course apprentices will receive instruction in identification and tying various types of knots, study hands on safe practices of rigging and hoisting piping materials. Further they will receive instruction in the use of a transit, builder’s level, laser level and other measuring instruments in the layout and installation of piping systems. Establish the invert elevations and coordination of piping systems by means of profile drawings.

Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 8 recommended. 6 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to field survey in archaeology. Emphasis on site identification, survey techniques and recording skills. All work is conducted at field sites.

40815

L-L 7:30 AM–  9:40 AM MTWThF

REVIEW & TURNOUT

APPT-130.-01 APPT-130.-02 APPT-130.-03

APPT 134A

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Introduction to the historical development, theory and techniques of archaeological research and fieldwork. Development of comparative approach to the study of ancient cultures. Focus on cultural resource management, survey and selection of field sites, dating, excavation, artifact classification, interpretation of data and written analysis. ANTH-008.-01

4 Units

Formerly: APPR 130 Prerequisites: Admission to the Plumbing/Steamfitting/Refrigeration Apprenticeship Program; consistent employment in the pipe trades industry. 4.5 hours lecture-laboratory. Not Repeatable. A comprehensive overview of the entire plumbing, steamfitting,and refrigeration courses of instruction and preparation for completion examinations. Presentation of the latest current code and safety information. Planning and performing hands on piping projects. Perform hands on trouble shooting projects for air conditioning systems.

 40085

40163

ELECTRON THEORY; BASIC BLUEPRINT READING; DC THEORY; NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE INTRODUCTION

APEL-121.-13

APPT 130

4 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY

Units

Location

650-949-7236

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

4 hours lecture. Historical and contemporary cultural diversity of Africa emphasizing its social, political and economic organizational structures. Focus on the three religious influences by which African peoples and their resources have been exploited. Problems of acculturation and urbanization as they relate to modernization and expansion of international trade and development.

ANTH 8

Instructor

Apprenticeship: Pipe Trades

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Explores the ways in which people have attempted to gain mastery over the natural and supernatural worlds beginning with prehistoric times and concluding with modern day society and the contemporary world. Cross-cultural study of the beliefs about the nature of reality, spirituality, death, magic, science and healing.

40162

Time Days

Formerly: APRT 121 Prerequisites: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in APEL 120 or equivalent. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in C E 121 or APRT 121. 8 hours lecture-laboratory. Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC), DC theory, principles of magnetism and electromagnetism, basic blueprint reading. Discussion of job skills and wiring methods.

4 Units

MAGIC, SCIENCE & RELIGION

Title

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

4 hours lecture. Survey of Indian societies and cultures, north of Mexico, from a cultural perspective. Includes social organization, economics, technology and belief systems. Historic and current relationship between the federal government and the Native Americans. Contemporary issues of Native American communities.

ANTH 5

Activity

Apprenticeship: Electrician

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Survey of world prehistory as reconstructed by archaeologists. Human culture history from Stone Age beginnings to establishment and collapse of the world’s first major civilizations. Covers societies from Asia and Africa to Europe and the Americas. Introduction to archaeological methods and interpretation. First use of tools, social complexity, urbanization, domestication of plants and animals, and the rise and fall of civilizations.

 40161

Course ID

TBA

 40849

APPT-139A-01

CLAS 5:30 PM–  8:13 PM TTh

LIKENESS

SJ

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

APPT 144A

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

SF 202A SCIENCE; ELECTRICITY & AIR CONDITIONING

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

2.5 Units

ART 2AH

Formerly: APPR 126 Prerequisites: Admission to the Steamfitting Apprenticeship Program; consistent employment in the pipe trades industry. 4.5 hours lecture-laboratory. Not Repeatable. This course develops the foundation for subsequent courses through instruction in the fundamentals of science, electrical theory and circuitry, and the principles of refrigeration and air conditioning.

 40851

APPT-144A-01

CLAS 5:30 PM–  8:13 PM TTh

LIKENESS

SJ

INTRODUCTION TO ART

ART 2C

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

HONORS ART HISTORY: HISTORY OF WESTERN ART 4.5 Units FROM PREHISTORY THROUGH EARLY CHRISTIANITY

HISTORY OF WESTERN ART FROM THE BAROQUE TO POST IMPRESSIONISM

4.5 Units

4 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory. History of Western Art from ca. l600 to the 20th century. An introductory survey examining images, objects, and architecture produced from the late Renaissance to Post-Impressionism. Illustrated lectures and readings.

4.5 Units

4 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory. An introduction to new ways of thinking about the visual arts, including examinations of the visual elements and artistic media, particularly as they contribute to the development of visual literacy. Includes analysis of western and non-western traditions in the visual arts within a social and historical context.

40623 ART -002C-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh PENNINGTON 1501 TBA TBA TBA PENNINGTON ONLINE ART -002C-01: Meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities and United States Cultures & Communities for the AS/AS Degree.

40614 ART -001.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW PENNINGTON 3525 TBA TBA TBA PENNINGTON ONLINE ART -001.-01: Meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AS Degree.  40615 ART -001.-02W TBA TBA TBA REID ONLINE ART -001.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AS Degree.  40616 ART -001.-03W TBA TBA TBA REID ONLINE ART -001.-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AS Degree.  40617 ART -001.-04W TBA TBA TBA REID ONLINE ART -001.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.. Course meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AA/AS Degree.

ART 2A

Title

40624 ART -02AH-02H LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW PENNINGTON 1501 TBA TBA TBA PENNINGTON ONLINE ART -02AH-02H: Meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities and United States Cultures & Communities for the AS/AS Degree.

(650) 949-7584 www.foothill.edu/fa/

See Graphic & Interactive Design courses in printmaking, books as art, and digital video. See ART 2A-E, ART 3 and ART 14 for courses in art history. Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. (“S” must be taken before “T”)

ART 1

Activity

Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. 4 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory. History of Western art from Prehistory through Early Christianity. An introductory survey examining images, objects, and architecture produced from the Paleolithic era to the end of the Roman Empire. We will discuss Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine culture. Illustrated lectures and readings. The honors sections expand the primary sources for the student. in addition to the textbook, students have a reading list of sources (on reserve in the library). Lectures are more interactive and the student is expected to participate in group discussions. Exams are more exacting with an emphasis on the student being able to comfortably assimilate political, social, and economic factors into their analysis.

Art Fine Arts & Communication

Course ID

ART 2E

A HISTORY OF WOMEN IN ART

4.5 Units

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in WMN 15. 4 hours lecture, 1.5 hour laboratory. A chronological, thematic, and cross-cultural examination of art works and gender issues concerning women artists from the early Middle-Ages to the 21st century. Includes the influences on art produced by women of such issues as race, gender, socio-economic and political conditions, increasing urbanization, and conceptions of nature, etc.

 40620

ART -002E-01W TBA TBA TBA REID ONLINE ART -002E-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. Cross-listed with Women’s Studies (WMN 15). Course meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities and area 4 Social & Behavioral Sciences transfer requirements (IGETC); CSU area C-1 Arts and D-4 Gender Studies GE (breadth requirements) and Foothill College GE Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AA/AS degree.

ART 4A

DRAWING I

3 Units

Advisory: Students taking this course to satisfy the AA/AS General Education requirement or CSU GE in humanities must complete ART 4AX. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. An introductory course in drawing to develop the ability to perceive and define shape, volume, space, and light both representationally and expressively using black and white media.

HISTORY OF ART: HISTORY OF WESTERN ART FROM 4.5 Units PREHISTORY THROUGH EARLY CHRISTIANITY

4 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory. History of Western art from Prehistory through Early Christianity. An introductory survey examining images, objects, and architecture produced from the Paleolithic era to the end of the Roman Empire. We will discuss Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine culture. Illustrated lectures and readings.

40612 ART -004A-01 L-L 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW RAGEY 1602 TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE ART -004A-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction. Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 04AX. 40627 ART -004A-02 L-L 8:30 AM–  2:20 PM S LEVITCH 1602 ART -004A-02: Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 04AX.  40630 ART -004A-03W TBA TBA TBA CIMENT ONLINE ART -004A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 04AX.  40632 ART -004A-04W TBA TBA TBA CIMENT ONLINE ART -004A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 04AX.

 40621

ART -002A-01W TBA TBA TBA PENNINGTON ONLINE ART -002A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AS Degree.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

ART 4AS

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

DRAWING I

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

1.5 Units

ART 4C

Corequisite: Students taking this course to satisfy the transfer General Education requirement in humanities must concurrently enroll in ART 4AX. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. An introductory course in drawing to develop the ability to perceive and define shape, volume, space, and light both representationally and expressively using black and white media.

ART -04AS-01 L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM T CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04AS-01: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed.

DRAWING I

1.5 Units

 40701

ART -04AT-01Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04AT-01Q: Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 04AX. Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed.

STUDIO ART SEMINAR: DRAWING

1 hour lecture. Examination and critique of drawings.

ART 4CS

1 Unit

ART -04AX-01W TBA TBA TBA TALLITSCH ONLINE ART -04AX-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

DRAWING II

3 Units

ART 4CT

DRAWING III

1.5 Units

DRAWING III

1.5 Units

 40705

ART -04CT-01Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04CT-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

ART 5A

1.5 Units

BASIC TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

3 Units

Advisory: Students taking this course to satisfy the AA/AS General Education requirement or CSU GE in Humanities must complete ART 5AX. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Introduction to two dimensional design elements, principles of composition, and design components that include content development, visual perception, and material exploration. And emphasis on problem solving techniques and personal discovery.

 40702

ART -04BS-01Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04BS-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

DRAWING II

3 Units

Advisory: ART 4A, 4B recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Continuation of ART 4B Drawing II; covers the second 6 weeks of 4C. Further practice in developing skills of expressive and observational drawing, representing form, volume, space, color and light. Color media, usually but not limited to pastels. Increased emphasis on developing individual expression and content.

Advisory: ART 4A recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of Drawing I - 4A; covers the first 6 weeks of 4B; practice in further developing skills of observation, representation of form, volume, space and light, using color media, usually pastels. Increased emphasis on developing composition and content.

ART 4BT

Units

Location

ART -04CS-01Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04CS-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

40637 ART -004B-01 L-L 10:00 AM–12:50 PM T LUM 1602 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM F LUM 1602 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -004B-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction. 40628 ART -004B-02Q L-L 8:30 AM–  2:20 PM S LEVITCH 1602  40633 ART -004B-03W L-L TBA TBA CIMENT ONLINE ART-004B-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

DRAWING II

DRAWING III

Instructor

 40704

Advisory: ART 4A. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of ART 4A; practice in further developing skills of observation, representation of form, volume, space and light, using color media, usually pastels. Increased emphasis on developing composition and content.

ART 4BS

Time Days

Advisory: ART 4A, 4B recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Continuation of ART 4B Drawing II; covers the first 6 weeks of 4C. Further practice in developing skills of expressive and observational drawing, representing form, volume, space color and light. Color media, usually but not limited to pastels. Increased emphasis on developing individual expression and content.

 40690

ART 4B

Title

40638 ART -004C-01Q L-L 10:00 AM–12:50 PM T LUM 1602 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th LUM 1602 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -004C-01Q: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction. 40629 ART -004C-02Q L-L 8:30 AM–  2:20 PM S LEVITCH 1602  40635 ART -004C-03W L-L TBA TBA CIMENT ONLINE Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Corequisite: Students taking this course to satisfy the transfer General Education requirement in humanities must concurrently enroll in ART 4AX. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. An introductory course in drawing to develop the ability to perceive and define shape, volume, space, and light both representationally and expressively using black and white media.

ART 4AX

Activity

Advisory: ART 4B; Students taking this course to satisfy the CSU General Education requirement in humanities must complete ART 4CX. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Continuation of DRAWING II. Further practice in developing skills of expressive and observational drawing, representing form, volume, space, color and light. Color media, usually but not limited to pastels.Increased emphasis on developing individual expression and content.

 40700

ART 4AT

Course ID

 40636

ART -005A-01W L-L TBA TBA CIMENT ONLINE ART -005A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ART 5AX

1.5 Units

STUDIO ART SEMINAR: DESIGN

Formerly: ART 15AX 1 hour lecture Examination and critique of two dimensional art.

Advisory: ART 4A and ART 4BS recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of ART 4A Drawing I ; covers the second 6 weeks, practice in further developing skills of observation, representation of form, volume, space and light, using color media, usually pastels. Increased emphasis on developing composition and content.

1 Unit

 40691

ART -05AX-01W TBA TBA TBA TALLITSCH ONLINE ART -05AX-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40703

ART -04BT-01Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -04BT-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

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Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ART 5B

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

3 Units

ART 19AT

Advisory: ART 4A & 5A recommended. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Introduction to three-dimensional design elements and principals with an emphasis on sculptural and structural concepts applied in projects using various materials.

40774 ART -005B-01 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh L-L TBA TBA ART -005B-01: Hybrid class. 2 hours TBA via online instruction.

ART 6

LEWYCKY LEWYCKY

COLLAGE & COMPOSITION

ART 19B

ART 14

L-L 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM TTh

40649

AMERICAN ART

1602

ART 19BT

ART 19AS

PAINTING

1.5 Units

PAINTING

1.5 Units

ART -19BT-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19BT-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40713 ART -19BT-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19BT-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

3 Units

CIMENT

1602

 40712

Advisory: ART 4A or 5A; ART 4B or 20A. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Studio experiences in basic techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints. L-L 9:00 AM–  2:50 PM F

PAINTING

Prerequisite: ART 19A. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of ART 19A. Further studies in studio techniques.

ART -014.-01W TBA TBA TBA REID ONLINE ART -014.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU area 3 Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU area C-1 General Education (breadth requirements) and Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AA/AS Degree.

ART -019A-01

CIMENT

ART -19BS-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19BS-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40711 ART -19BS-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19BS-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

 40618

40646

L-L 9:00 AM–  2:50 PM F

 40710

4.5 Units

PAINTING

ART -019B-01Q

3 Units

Prerequisite: ART 19A. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of ART 19A. Further studies in studio techniques.

4 hours lecture, 1.5 hour laboratory. A history of the culturally diverse arts produced in North America (specifically the United States) from prehistory to the present. American art is considered thematically and chronologically, focusing on the important influences on art of nature, landscape, urbanization, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, socio-economic and political reforms, and civil and international wars.

ART 19A

Units

Location

1.5 Units

PAINTING

ART 19BS

3 Units

LEVITCH

Instructor

PAINTING

Prerequisite: ART 19A. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of ART 19A. Further studies in studio techniques.

6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Sketching objects realistically in linear representation. Exploring ways to depict three-dimensional space on a flat drawing surface. ART -008.-01

Time Days

ART -19AT-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19AT-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40709 ART -19AT-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19AT-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

40640 ART -006.-01 L-L 1:00 PM–  2:40 PM Th LUM 1601 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -006.-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.  40643 ART -006.-02W TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -006.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

40961

Title

 40708

1601 ONLINE

3 Units

BASIC PERSPECTIVE DRAWING

Activity

Advisory: ART 4A or ART 15A; ART 4B or ART 20A recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Studio experiences in basic techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints.

Advisory: ART 4A or 5A recommended. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Studio experience in structuring the elements of visual form using, but not limited to, the exploratory medium of collage. Development of a personal sensitivity to visual organization and the vocabulary of art as it relates to expressiveness and content.

ART 8

Course ID

ART 19C

PAINTING

3 Units

Advisory: ART 19B. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Advanced studio experiences in techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints.

1602

1.5 Units

Advisory: ART 4A or 15A; ART 4B or 20A recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. Studio experiences in basic techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints.

40650

ART -019C-01Q

ART 19CS

 40706

ART -19AS-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19AS-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40707 ART -19AS-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19AS-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

L-L 9:00 AM–  2:50 PM F

PAINTING

CIMENT

1602

1.5 Units

Advisory: ART 19B recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Advanced studio experiences in techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints.

 40714

ART -19CS-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19CS-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40715 ART -19CS-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19CS-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ART 19CT

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PAINTING

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

1.5 Units

ART 45AL

ART -19CT-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–11:50 AM W CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19CT-01Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.  40717 ART -19CT-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M CANTWELL MC J4 ART -19CT-02Q: Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. “S” must be taken before “T”.

6 hours lecture-laboratory. A fundamental course in color and its creative application.

40686

COLOR

40667

40671 ART -035X-01Q LAB 10:00 AM–12:05 PM MW RUBLE ART -035X-01Q: Materials Fee, $20. Students must contact instructor prior to enrolling. 40662 ART -035X-02Q LAB 1:30 PM–  3:35 PM MW SIEGEL ART -035X-02Q: Materials Fee, $20. Students must contact instructor prior to enrolling. 40666 ART -035X-03Q LAB 6:30 PM–  8:35 PM MW SIEGEL ART -035X-03Q: Materials Fee, $20. Students must contact instructor prior to enrolling. 40673 ART -035X-04Q LAB 1:30 PM–  3:35 PM MW RUBLE ART -035X-04Q: Materials Fee, $20. Students must contact instructor prior to enrolling. 40675 ART -035X-05Q LAB 6:30 PM–  8:35 PM TTh RUBLE ART -035X-05Q: Materials Fee, $20. Students must contact instructor prior to enrolling.

ART 45A

BEGINNING CERAMICS HANDBUILDING

Units

Location

TBA TBA

RUBLE

LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM W

SIEGEL

BEGINNING CERAMICS POTTER’S WHEEL

1803

1 Unit 1601

3 Units

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ART 45BL recommended. Students taking this course to satisfy the CSU General Education requirement in humanities must complete ART 45AX. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. An introduction to techniques of throwing on the potter’s wheel and basic glazing.

40668 ART -045B-01 L-L 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM TTh ART -045B-01: Materials Fee, $20. 40669 ART -045B-02 L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM TTh ART -045B-02: Materials Fee, $20.

ART 45BL

RUBLE

1803

RUBLE

1803

CERAMICS LABORATORY

.5 Unit

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: ART 45B. 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in ceramics processes, related to skills and materials being presented in ART 45B.

40656 ART -020B-01 L-L 1:00 PM–  2:40 PM T LUM 1601 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020B-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction. 40657 ART -020B-02Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M LUM 1601 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020B-02Q: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.  40658 ART -020B-03W L-L TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020B-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

HONORS SPECIAL PROJECTS IN ART

TBA

STUDIO ART SEMINAR: CERAMICS (HANDBUILDING)

ART -45AX-01

ART 45B

3 Units

40687

ART -45BL-01

ART 45C

TBA

TBA TBA

RUBLE

ADVANCED CERAMICS

1803

3 Units

Prerequisites: ART 45A and 45B. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ART 45CL or 45LX recommended. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Laboratory practice in throwing advanced forms on the potter’s wheel, combining hand-built and wheel-thrown forms, glazing these forms, and understanding kiln loading and firing procedures.

1.5 Units

4.5 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Individual advanced projects in painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics and photography.

Instructor

.5 Unit

1 hour lecture. Examination and critique of ceramic art (hand-building).

Prerequisite: ART 20A. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Continued practice in creative application of color theory with emphasis on the study of perception, simultaneous contrast and Munsell theory.

ART 35X

Time Days

CERAMICS LABORATORY

ART -45AL-01

ART 45AX

3 Units

40652 ART -020A-01 L-L 10:00 AM–12:50 PM M LUM 1601 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W LUM 1601 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020A-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction. 40654 ART -020A-02 L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M LUM 1601 TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020A-02: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.  40655 ART -020A-03W TBA TBA TBA LUM ONLINE ART -020A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ART 20B

Title

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: ART 45A. 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in ceramics processes, related to skills and materials being presented in ART 45A.

 40716

COLOR

Activity

40664 ART -045A-02 L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM MW SIEGEL 1803 ART -045A-02: Materials Fee, $20. Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 45AX.

Advisory: ART 19B recommended. 3 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Advanced studio experiences in techniques of painting and composition using oil and/or acrylic paints.

ART 20A

Course ID

1803

40681 ART -045C-01Q L-L 10:00 AM–12:50 PM ART -045C-01Q: Materials Fee, $20. 40660 ART -045C-02Q L-L 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM ART -045C-02Q: Materials Fee: $20. 40665 ART -045C-03Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM ART -045C-03Q: Materials Fee, $20. 40683 ART -045C-04Q L-L 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM ART -045C-04Q: Materials Fee, $20. 40684 ART -045C-05Q L-L 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM ART -045C-05Q: Materials Fee, $20.

1803 1803 1803 1803

3 Units

ART 45CL

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in Art 45AL; Students taking this course to satisfy the AA/AS General Education requirement or CSU GE in humanities must complete ART 45AX. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. An introduction to techniques of hand-building and basic glazing.

MW

RUBLE

1803

MW

SIEGEL

1803

MW

SIEGEL

1803

TTh

RUBLE

1803

TTh

RUBLE

1803

CERAMICS LABORATORY

.5 Unit

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: ART 45C. 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in ceramics processes, related to skills and materials being presented in ART 45C.

40659 ART -045A-01 L-L 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM MW SIEGEL 1803 ART -045A-01: Materials Fee, $20. Students wishing transfer credit for this course to a UC/CSU campus must enroll in a section of ART 45AX.

40688

ART -45CL-01

TBA

TBA TBA

RUBLE

1803

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ART 45L

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

CERAMICS LABORATORY

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

.5 Unit

ART -045L-O1

ART 45LX

TBA

TBA TBA

RUBLE

CERAMICS LABORATORY

 40606

1803

ART -45LX-01

ART 46B

TBA

TBA TBA

RUBLE

POTTER’S WHEEL II

1803

3 Units

ART 47

RUBLE

WATERCOLOR

40674

ART 72

STUDIO ART PORTFOLIO PREPARATION

1803

41474

3 Units

40676 40677  40678

ART -072.-01W TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Individual on-campus meetings to review portfolios can be arranged with the instructor. 40610 ART -072.-02Q LEC 9:00 AM–10:50 AM Th RAGEY 1211 TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE ART -072.-02Q: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.

GENERAL ASTRONOMY: SOLAR SYSTEM

LANGLAND-SHULA

MC IA

5 Units

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM MTTh

FRAKNOI

HONORS GENERAL ASTRONOMY: STARS, GALAXIES, COSMOLOGY

5015

5 Units

FRAKNOI

ASTRONOMY LABORATORY

ASTR-010L-01 ASTR-010L-02 ASTR-010L-03

ASTR 34H

5015

1 Unit

LAB 1:40 PM–  4:20 PM T LAB 1:40 PM–  4:20 PM Th LAB 8:30 PM–  9:45 PM MW

FRAKNOI FRAKNOI LANGLAND-SHULA

HONORS INSTITUTE SEMINAR IN ASTRONOMY

5423 5423 MC IA

1 Unit

Formerly: ASTR 34 Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ASTR 34. Corequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ASTR 10A or 10B. 1 hour lecture. A seminar in directed readings, discussions and projects in astronomy. Specific topics to be determined by the instructor.

Astronomy Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ASTR 10L recommended. 5 hours lecture.

Units

Location

Corequisite: ASTR 10A, 10B or 10BH. 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. In-class field trips. A hands-on approach to the scientific method, using astronomical data and equipment. Divided into small lab groups, students will do experiments and observing projects about a range of astronomical topics, including star and constellation finding, the phases of the Moon, the reasons for the seasons, the rotation, revolution, and sphericity of the Earth, the H-R Diagram and the classification of stars, Hubble’s Law and the expansion of the universe, the questionable validity of astrology, tracking the moons of Jupiter, etc. Each session will also include guided discussion of the meaning and importance of the data and how the particular activity fits into the larger scheme of understanding the universe and applying the scientific method.

 40611

ASTR 10A

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW

ASTR-10BH-01H LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM MTTh

ASTR 10L

1601 ONLINE

1 hour lecture, 5 hours lecture-laboratory Preparation, organization, and assembly of previous and current artwork to create a cohesive studio art portfolio. This course enables students and practicing artists the preparation in creating a professional portfolio for transfer into higher institutions, career opportunities, art exhibitions, art competitions, funding, or professional practice. Documenting work, writing artist statements, practice interviews, and assembling portable portfolios are included in this course.

Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering

Instructor

Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. Corequisite: ASTR 34H. 5 hours lecture. A non-technical introduction to astronomy, with an emphasis on stars, galaxies, and the origin and evolution of the universe, with additional material for honors students. Topics covered include the nature of light, atoms, and telescopes; the birth, evolution, and death of stars (including an introduction to black holes); the Milky Way Galaxy and its development over time; normal galaxies, active galaxies, and cannibal galaxies; and the Big Bang model (of the origin and ultimate fate of the cosmos.)

3 Units

RAGEY RAGEY

Time Days

GENERAL ASTRONOMY: STAR, GALAXIES, COSMOLOGY

ASTR-010B-01

ASTR 10BH

Advisory: ART 4A or 5A; ART 4B, 20A recommended. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Study of transparent and opaque watercolor techniques. Emphasis on basic techniques of painting and composition.

40613 ART -047.-01 L-L 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM M TBA TBA TBA ART -047-.01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.

Title

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ASTR 10L is recommended. 5 hours lecture. Non-technical introduction to astronomy, with emphasis on stars, galaxies, and the origin and evolution of the universe. Topics covered include the nature of light, atoms, and telescopes; the birth, evolution, and death of stars (including an introduction to black holes); the Milky Way Galaxy and its development over time; normal galaxies, active galaxies, and cannibal galaxies; and the Big Bang model (of the origin and ultimate fate of the cosmos). No background in science or math is assumed.

Prerequisites: ART 45B. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ART 45L recommended. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Provides intermediate level instruction in clay processes covering intermediate wheel-throwing methods, glazing, decorating, and firing procedures. Explores technical problem solving, and creative design.

40670 ART -046B-01 L-L 10:00 AM–12:50 PM MW ART -046B-01: Materials Fee, $20.

ASTR-010A-01

ASTR 10B

1 Unit

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a 2 or 3 unit ceramics course. 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in ceramics processes, related to skills and materials of other ceramics courses in which the student is currently enrolled.

40689

Activity

Non-technical introduction to astronomy, with emphasis on the planets, dwarf planets, moons, and smaller bodies which make up our solar system, as well as the scientific search for life elsewhere in the universe. Topics include the nature of light, the atom, and telescopes, an examination of the planets and their moons and rings, dwarf planets, comets, asteroids, and meteors, catastrophic events (including the impact that may have killed the dinosaurs), the search for planets and life around other stars, the challenges of space travel, and modern views on extraterrestrial contact. No background in science or math is assumed.

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a 2 or 3 unit ceramics course. 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in ceramics processes, related to skills and materials of other ceramics courses in which the student is currently enrolled.

40685

Course ID

(650) 949-7259 www.foothill.edu/ast/

40679

ASTR-034H-01

LEC 1:40 PM–  2:30 PM M

FRAKNOI

5015

5 Units

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

Biology Biological & Health Sciences

BIOL 1A

6 Units

BIOL 1D

Prerequisite: CHEM 1A. Advisory: Students taking the biology majors’ sequence (BIOL 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D) are strongly advised to take the sequence in order and in its entirety. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory. An introduction to biological molecules, cellular structure and function, bioenergetics, the genetics of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms, cell communication and signaling, the cell cycle, and elements of molecular biology. Intended for biology majors.

FORM & FUNCTION IN PLANTS & ANIMALS

40040

BIOL 8

 40041

BIOL 10

6 Units

Instructor

Units

Location

MOLECULAR GENETICS

4 Units

BIOL-001D-01

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh

DUNCAN

BASIC NUTRITION

8402

5 Units

BIOL-008.-1W

LEC

TBA

TBA

HOLCROFT

GENERAL BIOLOGY: BASIC PRINCIPLES

ONLINE

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Not Repeatable. Methods of science and basic principles of biology. Special emphasis on genetics, ecology, overpopulation, nutrition and disease prevention.

40042 BIOL-010.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DUNCAN 8338 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM M DUNCAN 8709 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM M DUNCAN 8709 BIOL-010.-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips. 40043 BIOL-010.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DUNCAN 8338 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM W SCHULTHEIS 8709 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM W SCHULTHEIS 8709 BIOL-010.-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips. 40044 BIOL-010.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DUNCAN 8338 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM F DUNCAN 8709 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM F DUNCAN 8709 BIOL-010.-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips. 40045 BIOL-010.-07 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW KENDALL 8338 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM M KENDALL 8709 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM M KENDALL 8709 BIOL-010.-07: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs may be Saturday field trips TBA. 40046 BIOL-010.-08 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW KENDALL 8338 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM W KENDALL 8709 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM W KENDALL 8709 BIOL-010.-08: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs may be Saturday field trips TBA.

40035 BIOL-001B-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh SCHULTHEIS 8402 L-L 10:00 AM–11:00 AM MW SCHULTHEIS 8711 LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM MW SCHULTHEIS 8711 BIOL-001B-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40036 BIOL-001B-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh SCHULTHEIS 8402 L-L 2:30 PM–  3:30 PM TTh SCHULTHEIS 8711 LAB 3:30 PM–  5:20 PM TTh SCHULTHEIS 8711 BIOL-001B-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40037 BIOL-001B-03 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh JACOBS 8338 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM TTh JACOBS 8711 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM TTh JACOBS 8711 BIOL-001B-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

EVOLUTION, SYSTEMATICS & ECOLOGY

Time Days

Advisory: MATH 200; eligibility for ENGL 1A. 5 hours lecture. Introductory nutrition course intended for non-science majors. Basic biological function of nutrients. Nutritional needs throughout the life span. Relationship between nutrition and disease. Current scientific, social, and psychological issues and controversies in nutrition. Not intended for students wishing to pursue a career in health care.

Prerequisite: BIOL 1A. Advisory: Students taking the biology majors’ sequence (BIOL 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D) are strongly advised to take the sequence in order and in its entirety. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory. An introduction to the structure and physiological processes of plants and animals. Transport systems, reproduction, digestion, gas exchange, regulation of the internal environment, responses to external stimuli, nervous systems, hormones, and locomotion.

BIOL 1C

Title

Prerequisite: BIOL 1A. Advisory: Students taking the biology majors’ sequence (BIOL 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D) are strongly advised to take the sequence in order and in its entirety. Students may choose to take BIOL 1DL to obtain laboratory experience in this subject. 4 hours lecture. An introduction to molecular biology with an emphasis in molecular genetics, cell communication, and developmental biology.

40033 BIOL-001A-01 L-L 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh ERICKSON 8403 LAB 10:00 AM–11:00 AM MW ROUHBAKHSH 8708 LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM MW ROUHBAKHSH 8708 BIOL-001A-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40034 BIOL-001A-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh ERICKSON 8403 L-L 2:30 PM–  3:30 PM TTh ERICKSON 8708 LAB 3:30 PM–  5:20 PM TTh ERICKSON 8708 BIOL001A.02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

BIOL 1B

Activity

40039 BIOL-001C-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW SCHULTZ 8402 L-L 10:00 AM–11:00 AM TTh SCHULTZ 5101 LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM TTh SCHULTZ 5101 BIOL-001C-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Some labs will be field trips (weekday or weekend). Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

(650) 949-7249 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/biosci/

PRINCIPLES OF CELL BIOLOGY

Course ID

6 Units

Prerequisite: BIOL 1A. Advisory: Students taking the biology majors’ sequence (BIOL 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D) are strongly advised to take the sequence in order and in its entirety. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory. Principles of evolutionary theory, classification of organisms, and basic ecology. Phylogenetic survey of the major groups of organisms (bacteria, protistans, plants, animals and fungi) and their evolutionary history.

BIOL 12

HUMAN GENETICS

4 Units

4 hours lecture. An introduction to the nature of human inheritance. The molecular basis of inheritance, Mendelian genetics, population genetics, common human genetic diseases, factors affecting human diversity and the social and moral implications of recent advances in genetics.

40047

40038 BIOL-001C-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW SCHULTZ 8402 L-L 2:30 PM–  3:30 PM MW SCHULTZ 5101 LAB 3:30 PM–  5:20 PM MW SCHULTZ 5101 BIOL-001C-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Some labs will be field trips (weekday or weekend). Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

BIOL-012.-01

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh

ROTHWELL

8402

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

BIOL 13

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

MARINE BIOLOGY

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

40131 BIOL-013.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW OWEN 8403 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM M OWEN 8707 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM M OWEN 8707 BIOL-013.-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips. 40132 BIOL-013.-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW OWEN 8403 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM W OWEN 8707 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM W OWEN 8707 BIOL013.02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips.

HUMAN BIOLOGY

BIOL 40B

5 Units

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, all-day field trips. An introduction to ecology, natural history and field biology through the study, largely in an outdoor setting, of the plants and animals of the San Francisco Bay area.

40135 BIOL-015.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–12:50 PM S SCHULTZ 8403 L-L 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM S SCHULTZ 5101 LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM S SCHULTZ 5101 BIOL-015.-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips.

BIOL 40A

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II

5 Units

40139 BIOL-040B-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM WF BRAUMAN 5015 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM W LOPEZ 8709 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W LOPEZ 8709 BIOL-040B-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40140 BIOL-040B-02 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM WF BRAUMAN 5015 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM Th STAFF 8710 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th STAFF 8710 BIOL-040B-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40141 BIOL-040B-03 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM WF BRAUMAN 5015 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM F BRAUMAN 8710 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM F BRAUMAN 8710 BIOL-040B-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40142 BIOL-040B-05 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh FICHMANN 8402 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM T FICHMANN 8710 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM T FICHMANN 8710 BIOL-040B-05: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40143 BIOL-040B-06 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh FICHMANN 8402 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM Th FICHMANN 8710 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM Th FICHMANN 8710 BIOL-040B-06: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

40133 BIOL-014.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW STAFF 8402 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM M STAFF 8711 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM M STAFF 8711 BIOL-014.-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips. 40134 BIOL-014.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW STAFF 8402 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM W STAFF 8711 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM W STAFF 8711 BIOL-014.-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Some labs will be field trips.

CALIFORNIA ECOLOGY/NATURAL HISTORY

Title

Prerequisites: BIOL 40A or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, cardiovascular system and respiratory system. Completion of this course is required for BIOL 40C.

4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. An introduction to biology using human beings as the exemplary organism. The evolution and biological unity of the human species and of all life forms; American and global patterns of human biological diversity; reproduction and heredity; how human organ systems function; humans and their environment; the uses and misuses of the scientific method; the scientific and biological bases for human equality.

BIOL 15

Activity

40138 BIOL-040A-03 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM TTh LOPEZ 8338 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM Th LOPEZ 5106 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM Th LOPEZ 5106 BIOL-040A-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, 3 all-day field trips. An introduction to biology using marine animals, plants and ecosystems. Major emphasis given to the ecology and conservation issues with examples drawn from California marine life. Conceptual development of seashore, estuaries, coral reefs, kelp forests, and pelagic life as interrelated ecosystems.

BIOL 14

Course ID

BIOL 40C

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY III

5 Units

Prerequisites: BIOL 40B or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Anatomy and physiology of the digestive system; metabolism; urinary system; fluid, electrolyte and acid/base balance; lymphatic system; endocrine system; and reproductive system. Completion of BIOL 40B is required for enrollment in this course.

5 Units

Prerequisites: High school biology or BIOL 10 or BIOL 14 or equivalent; high school chemistry or CHEM 30A or equivalent. Advisory: ENGL 1A, ESLL 26 or equivalent recommended. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Basic human anatomy and physiology. Emphasis on integration of systems and homeostatic mechanisms. Physical and chemical basis of life, histology and integumentary, skeletal and muscular systems. Designed for majors that require fundamental background in human anatomy and physiology. Completion of this course is required for BIOL 40B.

40184 BIOL-040C-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW MELIA 8338 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM M MELIA 8710 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM M MELIA 8710 BIOL-040C-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40187 BIOL-040C-02 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW MELIA 8338 L-L 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM T MELIA 8710 LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM T MELIA 8710 BIOL-040C-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40188 BIOL-040C-03 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW MELIA 8338 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM W MELIA 8710 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MELIA 8710 BIOL-040C-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

40136 BIOL-040A-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM TTh LOPEZ 8338 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM T LOPEZ 5106 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM T LOPEZ 5106 BIOL-040A-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40137 BIOL-040A-02 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM TTh LOPEZ 8338 L-L 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM W LOPEZ 5106 LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM W LOPEZ 5106 BIOL-040A-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

40189 BIOL-040C-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh KEW 8403 L-L 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM T KEW 8709 LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM T KEW 8709 BIOL-040C-04: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40190 BIOL-040C-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh KEW 8403 L-L 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM Th KEW 8710 LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM Th KEW 8710 BIOL-040C-05: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40191 BIOL-040C-07 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW MELIA 8402 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM M MELIA 8710 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM M MELIA 8710 BIOL-040C-07: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40192 BIOL-040C-08 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW MELIA 8402 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM W MELIA 8710 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM W MELIA 8710 BIOL-040C-08: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40193 BIOL-040C-09 LEC 8:00 AM–11:50 AM S BENTON 8402 L-L 5:30 PM–  6:30 PM F BENTON 8710 LAB 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM F BENTON 8710 BIOL-040C-09: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40194 BIOL-040C-10 LEC 8:00 AM–11:50 AM S BENTON 8402 L-L 1:00 PM–  2:00 PM S BENTON 8710 LAB 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM S BENTON 8710 BIOL-040C-10: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

BIOL 41

MICROBIOLOGY

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

40199 BIOL-041.-05 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh HURST 5001 L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM TTh HURST 5105 LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM TTh HURST 5105 BIOL-041.-05: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40200 BIOL-041.-06 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh HURST 5001 L-L 5:30 PM–  6:30 PM WF STAFF 5105 LAB 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM WF STAFF 5105 BIOL-041.-06: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

BIOL 45

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN NUTRITION

4 Units

Prerequisites: CHEM 30A or 1 year of high school chemistry; BIOL 40A and 40C. BIOL 40A or 40C may be taken concurrently. Advisory: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Introduction to the medical aspects of nutrition. Biological function and chemical classification of nutrients. Nutritional needs throughout the lifespan. Effects of nutritional deficiencies and excesses. Recommended nutrient intakes and the role of diet in the development of chronic disease. Intended for students wishing to pursue a career in health care.

 40213

BIOL-045.-01W LEC TBA TBA HOLCROFT ONLINE BIOL-045.-01W: Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. Must request LATE ADD through foothillglobalaccess.org. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40214 BIOL-045.-02 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh ENDEMANN 8403 BIOL-045.-02: Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

BIOL 58

FUNDAMENTALS OF PHARMACOLOGY

4 Units

Formerly: BIOL 46 Prerequisites: CHEM 30B; BIOL 40A, 40B, 40C. Advisory: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended; BIOL 40C may be taken concurrently. 4 hours lecture. General principles of pharmacology. Emphasis on drug-receptor interactions, second messenger systems, determinants of drug response, pharmacokinetics, bio transformation and excretion, pharmacogenetics, drug development and legal aspects of drug distribution. Application of pharmacological principles and concepts with emphasis on the various pharmacological classes of drugs in diverse patient populations.

6 Units

Prerequisite: High school chemistry or CHEM 30A. Advisory: ESLL 25 and 235 recommended. Critical reading skills and knowledge of English sentence structure, and ability to comprehend spoken English in academic context. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory. Not Repeatable. Morphology and physiology of bacteria, fungi and viruses. Mechanisms of pathogenicity, hostparasite relationships, the immune response and principles of disease transmission. Techniques of microbial control including sterilization, aseptic procedures, use of disinfectants, antiseptics and chemotherapy.

40216 BIOL-058.-01 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW SU 8403 BIOL-058.-01: Formerly BIOL 46. Not open to students with BIOL 46 credit. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

Biotechnology

40195 BIOL-041.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh EDWARDS 3525 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM TTh EDWARDS 5105 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh EDWARDS 5105 BIOL-041.-01: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40196 BIOL-041.-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh EDWARDS 3525 L-L 9:00 AM–10:00 AM WF EDWARDS 5105 LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM WF EDWARDS 5105 BIOL-041.-02: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Submit proof of completion of prerequisites to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40197 BIOL-041.-03 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM WF STAFF 5001 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM TTh STAFF 5105 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM TTh STAFF 5105 BIOL-041.-03: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec. or lab. Submit proof of completion of prerequisites to counseling office; required for enrollment. 40198 BIOL-041.-04 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM WF STAFF 5001 L-L 2:00 PM–  3:00 PM WF STAFF 5105 LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM WF STAFF 5105 BIOL-041.-04: All labs begin meeting the first week of the quarter. Students will be dropped if they are late for, or do not attend, their first class meeting - whether lec or lab. Submit prerequisite proof of completion transcripts to counseling office; required for enrollment.

Biological & Health Sciences

BTEC 10

(650) 949-7249 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/biotech/

BIOTECHNOLOGY: GENERAL PRINCIPLES

5 Units

Advisory: Recent high school algebra or MATH 220; high school biology; eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Introduction to the field of biotechnology. Topics covered include history, applications of biotechnology (in health care, agriculture, forensics, and the study of evolution), bioethics, the scientific method, lab safety and record-keeping, and instrumentation. Instruction in cell and molecular biology. May include field trips and/or presentations by industry speakers. Will allow for career exploration.

41298 BTEC-010.-01 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM T LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM T  40217 BTEC-010.-02 LEC TBA TBA L-L TBA TBA LAB TBA TBA BTEC-010.-02: Enrollment by instructor permission only. 41299 BTEC-010.-03 LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh L-L 7:30 PM–  8:30 PM Th LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM Th

MARKELZ MARKELZ MARKELZ ERICKSON ERICKSON ERICKSON

3402 8707 8707 MVHS MVHS MVHS

MARKELZ MARKELZ MARKELZ

3402 8707 8707

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

BTEC 64

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PROTEIN ELECTROPHORETIC SYSTEMS: BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUE

Units

Course Number

1 Unit

Business

Location

CRN

Prerequisites: Laboratory experience (high school and/or professional experience). Advisory: BTEC 64 and BIOL 64 are interchangeable. High school biology, chemistry, and algebra recommended. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Understanding, using, and performing electrophoretic separations and transfers in a research or industrial setting. This is to include the molecular and physical basis of specific techniques, and their practical applications. Techniques covered will include gel electrophoresis, capillary electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing, 2D gels and electrotransfers. The applications of these techniques for proteins, carbohydrates and small molecules, within research and industry will be presented. The instrumentation used for electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing, and capillary electrophoresis and practical experience with reagents and instrumentation will be emphasized. Students will follow established protocols, and demonstrate an understanding of supporting routine operations and standard protocols.

40218 BTEC-064.-01 L-L 5:30 PM–  9:20 PM W EDWARDS BTEC-064.-01: Class meets Wednesdays for six weeks, 4/6-5/11. Course fee, $10.

BTEC 65

NUCLEIC ACIDS ELECTROPHORETIC SYSTEMS: BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUE

HAWKINS

Activity

Title

Time Days

Business & Social Sciences

Instructor

Units

Location

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

See also Accounting. Certificate information: Business Management I and II Certificate of Achievement; Business Marketing Certificate of Achievement; Small Business Certificate of Achievement and Completion; and Business Dispute, Resolution & Mediation Certificate of Completion (this certificate is also a Continuing Education Unit, CEU). For more information access www.foothill.edu/bss/.

BUSI 18

BUSINESS LAW I

5 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended. 5 hours lecture. Introduction to law applicable to business. Social forces and the law; source of law; agencies for enforcement; and court systems and procedures. California law applicable to contracts, tort negligence, agency, and the Uniform Commercial Code. Contemporary Legal Issues.

8707

40165 BUSI-018.-01  40166 BUSI-018.-02

1 Unit

Prerequisites: Laboratory experience (high school and/or professional experience). Advisory: BTEC 65 and BIOL 65 are interchangeable. High school biology, chemistry, and algebra recommended. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Understanding, using, and performing electrophoretic separations and transfers in a research or industrial setting. This is to include the molecular and physical basis of specific techniques, and their practical applications. Techniques covered will include gel electrophoresis, capillary electrophoresis and electrotransfers. The applications of these techniques for proteins, and small molecules, within research and industry will be presented. The instrumentation used for electrophoresis, capillary electrophoresis, and pulsed gel electrophoresis and practical experience with reagents and instrumentation will be emphasized. Students will follow established protocols, and demonstrate an understanding of supporting routine operations and standard protocols.

40219 BTEC-065.-01 L-L 5:30 PM–  9:20 PM M BTEC-065.-01: Meets Mondays for six weeks,4/4-5/9. Course fee, $10.

Course ID

BUSI 19

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh

VIOLETT VIOLETT STAFF

BUSINESS LAW II

3015 3015 MC J7

4 Units

Advisory: BUSI 18. 4 hours lecture. Law of sales, warranty and product liability, partnerships, corporations, personal property, and bailments. The Uniform Commercial Code as related to negotiable instruments and secured transactions, and creditor-debtor rights.

40818

BUSI-019.-01

BUSI 22

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh

WONG

PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS

3204

4 Units

4 hours lecture. Examination of the principles and functions of business and the objectives and operations of the corporate and small business managerial decision-making process; its relations to consumers and stakeholders and its global orientation. Includes focus on the economic, political, legal, social environments of business and corporate ethics and social responsibility.

8707

 40086

BTEC 68

POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION: LABORATORY TECHNIQUE

1 Unit

Advisory: Laboratory experience (academic and/or industry); high school chemistry, biology, algebra. 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Fundamentals of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique including theory, application, and instrumentation. Practical experience with the technique as used in research and industry settings following established protocols. Basic instruction in record-keeping, laboratory safety, and trouble-shooting.

40220 BTEC-068.-01 L-L 5:30 PM–  9:20 PM M BTEC-068.-01: Meets Mondays for six weeks, 5/16-6/20 . Course fee, $10.

BTEC 71

HAWKINS

8707

ADVANCED MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TECHNIQUES

2 Units

BUSI 34H

HAWKINS

HONORS INSTITUTE SEMINAR IN BUSINESS

1 Unit

Formerly: BUSI 34 Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. 1 hour lecture. A seminar in directed readings, discussions, and projects in business. Specific topics to be determined by the instructor.

40278 BUSI-034H-01H LEC 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM M BUSI-034H-01H: Six-week honors seminar from 4/4/11 - 5/9/11.

Prerequisites: Laboratory experience (high school and/or professional experience). Advisory: BTEC 71 and BIOL 71 are interchangeable. High school biology, chemistry, and algebra recommended. 4 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Understanding, using and performing DNA sequencing and cloning techniques in a research and production setting. Includes applications of cDNA and PCR product sequencing, historical and theoretical basis of conventional and automated DNA sequencing, experimental design of sequencing methods, oligonucleotide synthesis, construction of sequencing and expressions plasmids, and vectorology. Laboratory exercises will involve DNA and RNA manipulation using established protocols and computer assisted methods (bioinformatics).

40221 BTEC-071.-01 LAB 5:30 PM–  9:20 PM F BTEC-071.-01: Course fee, $10.

BUSI-022.-01W TBA TBA TBA VIOLETT ONLINE BUSI-022.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40167 BUSI-022.-02 LEC 5:00 PM–  8:40 PM T DUBIN 4006 40168 BUSI-022.-03 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh VIOLETT 3015 40169 BUSI-022.-04 LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM MW FELDER 3401 40819 BUSI-022.-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh WONG 3015

BUSI 35

VIOLETT

DEPARTMENT HONORS PROJECTS IN BUSINESS

Formerly: BUSI 55 1 hour lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Seminar in readings, research, critical techniques and practice. Specific topics vary.

40170

BUSI-035.-01

LEC 3:00 PM–  3:50 PM W

VIOLETT

3015

1 Unit

3015

8707

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

BUSI 53

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

SURVEY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

BUSI 131B

BUSI-053.-01

BUSI 59

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW

VIOLETT

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

BUSI-059.-01

BUSI 64

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh

SPECIAL PROJECTS IN BUSINESS

BUSI 133A

3015

BUSI 90A

TBA TBA

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

BUSI-090A-01

BUSI 91L

LEC 5:00 PM–  8:40 PM M

3015

BUSI 133E

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION PROCESSING

BUSI-133E-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM M BUSI-133E-01: Class meets four Mondays: 5/16, 5/23, 6/6 and 6/13, 2011.

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

B T 59

 40478

1 Unit

STEWART

MC B6

(650) 949-7236 www.foothill.edu/ctis/

INTEGRATED BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

5 Units

B T -059.-01

TBA

TBA TBA

O’NEAL

ONLINE

Career Life Planning

1 Unit

3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. The Internship Program is an educational experience that gives students the opportunity to apply classroom learning to the business world. Working part-time/full-time, students receive hands-on experience where they improve their knowledge and skills in a workplace environment. Legal right to work in the United States is required. VIOLETT

MC B6

Formerly: B T 59A & B T 59B Advisory: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 110 or ESLL 25, or English Placement Test level of ENGL 1A or ESLL 26; not open to students with credit in B T 59A and 59B. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours terminal time. Integrates the review and refinement of basic English communication in the business setting. Includes business focused content, practice in grammar, punctuation, word usage skills and communication techniques as well as research and techniques for larger written documents and presentations. Skills developed will be practiced using business computer applications in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

BUSI-091L-01W TBA TBA TBA MCKEE ONLINE BUSI-091L-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40088 BUSI-091L-02W TBA TBA TBA MCKEE ONLINE BUSI-091L-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

TBA TBA

STEWART

Department offers AS degrees in office administration and technical support. There are multiple certificates available in both disciplines. For more information, review Web page or call division office.

3015

 40087

40174 BUSI-099A-01 LAB

MC B6

Business Office Technology

4 Units

SUPERVISED BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS

.5 Unit

1 Unit

SMALL BUSINESS MARKETING, RESEARCH & PLANNING

 40266

TBA

Formerly: BUSI 10 3 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. Knowledge and understanding of business uses of computer and information processing. Introduction to computer hardware and software and popular operating systems. Hands-on experience in the use of word processing software, spreadsheet software, presentation graphics software, database software and communications software.

BUSI 99A

Units

Location

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 1 hour lecture. Explore the basics necessary to develop a successful marketing strategy and business plan. Includes analysis of customer, competition, pricing, marketing strategies, promotional and business plans.

4 Units

FELDER

STEWART

STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS

BUSI-133A-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM M BUSI-133A-01: Class meets four Mondays: 4/18, 4/25, 5/2 and 5/9, 2011.

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended. 4 hours lecture. Introduction to the study of the principles and functions of business management as an important part of the social, political and economic environment. The following functional areas of management include: Planning and Organizing, Control and Monitoring, Strategy and Leadership, Legal and Ethical issues affecting business today.

40820

HOW TO START A HOME-BASED BUSINESS

 40265

1 Unit

VIOLETT

Instructor

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 1 hour lecture. Introductory class providing basics necessary for start-up of a small business including local, state, and federal regulatory requirements; pros and cons of various options for structuring business; selecting a business location; simple structuring of marketing and business plans; developing and understanding a feasibility study; and basics of managing and operating a small business.

1 hour lecture for each unit of credit. Any combination of BUSI 64–64Z may be taken for a maximum of six units. Advanced readings, research, and/or project in business. Specific topics determined in consultation with instructor.

40173 BUSI-064.-01 TBA

Time Days

BUSI-131B-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM M BUSI-131B-01: Class meets two Mondays, 4/4 and 4/11, 2011.

4 Units

VIOLETT

Title

 40263

4 hours lecture. Contemporary marketing developments and applications relative to business activities that determine customer demand for products and services. Focus on market planning strategy, determining the right product, price, distribution and promotion elements and evaluating the results of effective marketing decision-making from both a marketer’s and a consumer’s perspective.

40172

Activity

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. .5 hour lecture. Exploration of unique needs for small businesses started and operated from the home. Topics covered include information about licenses, taxes, resolution of lifestyle and image.

FORMERLY: BUSI 20 Advisory: Not open to students with credit in BIS 53. 4 hours lecture. Introduction to the global commercial community, theory and practice. Exploration of trade and development with the Pacific Rim, Eastern/Western Europe, Third World and developing nations. Major economic, social, political, cultural forces directing the competitive business environment. Examination of the full range of international commercial activities, marketing, logistics, research, risk analysis, and global corporate ethics and social responsibility.

40171

Course ID

Counseling & Student Services

CRLP 70

SELF-ASSESSMENT

Appointments: (650) 949-7423 Information: (650) 949-7296

3 Units

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in CRLP 76 or 76A. 3 hours lecture. Exploration of individual skills, interests, values, and personality style as they relate to career choice. Includes testing, values clarification, skills identification, lifestyle assessment, decision making and goal-setting techniques.

TBA

40020 CRLP-070.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:20 AM TTh LEE 8330  40021 CRLP-070.-02W TBA TBA TBA LEE ONLINE CRLP-070.-02W: Course fee $30. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

 40022

CRLP-070.-03W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CRLP-070.-03W: Course fee $30. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40023 CRLP-070.-04W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CRLP-070.-04W: Course fee $30. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Chemistry Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering

(650) 949-7259 www.foothill.edu/psme/

CHEM 1A, 1B, 25, 30A, 30B: If you have not taken the prerequisite(s) at Foothill College, you will not be allowed to register without an equivalency form from the counseling office or waiver from the division office.

CHEM 1A

GENERAL CHEMISTRY

CHEM 1B

GENERAL CHEMISTRY

Time Days

Units

Location

40566 CHEM-001B-02 LEC 3:00 PM–  4:15 PM TTh WOODBURY L-L 11:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh WOODBURY LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh WOODBURY TBA TBA TBA WOODBURY CHEM-001B-02:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40567 CHEM-001B-03 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM MW TBA L-L 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM MW TBA LAB 9:00 AM–10:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA CHEM-001B-03:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40569 CHEM-001B-04 LEC 6:00 PM–  7:15 PM MW WANG L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM MW WANG LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM MW WANG TBA TBA TBA WANG CHEM-001B-04:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended.

5501 5617 5615 TBA

GENERAL CHEMISTRY & QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS

4310 5617 5615 TBA 5617 5617 5615 TBA

5 Units

Prerequisite: CHEM 1B. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. Aqueous ionic equilibria of buffers, solubility product constants and formation constants; properties of solutions including factors affecting solubility, energy changes in the solution process and colligative properties;electrochemistry including the thermodynamics of voltaic cells; introduction to coordination chemistry and bonding theory; nuclear chemistry with emphasis on applications; and, time permitting, an introduction to modern materials. Laboratory parallels lecture topics with an introduction to qualitative inorganic analysis.

5 Units

40572 CHEM-001C-01 LEC 3:00 PM–  4:15 PM MW DALEY L-L 11:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DALEY LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW DALEY TBA TBA TBA DALEY CHEM-001C-01:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40575 CHEM-001C-02 LEC 3:00 PM–  4:15 PM MW DALEY L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM TTh DALEY LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM TTh DALEY TBA TBA TBA DALEY CHEM-001C-02:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40577 CHEM-001C-03 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM TTh DALEY L-L 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM TTh DALEY LAB 9:00 AM–10:50 AM TTh DALEY TBA TBA TBA DALEY CHEM-001C-03:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40578 CHEM-001C-04 LEC 6:00 PM–  7:15 PM TTh SINHA L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM TTh SINHA LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM TTh SINHA TBA TBA TBA SINHA

5502 5620 5621 TBA

5502 5620 5621 TBA 5502 5620 5621 TBA 5502 5620 5621 TBA

CHEM 12B

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

4201 5617 5615 TBA

4201 5617 5615 TBA 4301 5617 5615 TBA 5617 5617 5615 TBA

6 Units

Prerequisite: CHEM 12A. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. A continuation of a sophomore-level course describing the reactivity of organic (carbon containing) compounds. Emphasis on structure-reactivity relationships, mechanisms of functional group transformations, and methods of synthesis, purification, isolation and characterization of organic target molecules. For biological science, chemistry, chemical engineering, pre-professional students in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and other interested students who have mastered the prerequisites.

5620 5620 5621 TBA

5 Units

40579 CHEM-012B-01 40580 CHEM-012B-02

Prerequisite: CHEM 1A. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. Kinetic molecular theory and gas laws, intermolecular forces, chemical kinetics, equilibria, behavior of acids and bases, acid/base equilibrium, and classical thermodynamics, Laboratory parallels lecture topics and includes computer graphing techniques, chemical kinetics, equilibrium measurements, heat transfer experiments, thermodynamics of an equilibrium system, vapor pressure of liquids.

40565 CHEM-001B-01 L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM MW LIU LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM MW LIU LEC 3:00 PM–  4:15 PM TTh WOODBURY TBA TBA TBA WOODBURY CHEM-001B-01:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended.

Activity

Title

Instructor

CHEM 1C

Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on the chemistry placement test or CHEM 25; satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 25 or ENGL 100 recommended. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. The course covers fundamental chemical principles with an emphasis on physical and chemical properties, stoichiometry, chemical reaction types, kinetic molecular theory, thermochemistry, modern atomic theory and atomic structure, chemical bonding and bonding theory, and molecular shapes . The laboratory component parallels lecture topics and also includes chemical nomenclature, basic chemical equations, stoichiometry, unknown analysis, and fundamentals of oxidation and reduction.

40556 CHEM-001A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:15 AM MW NORICK L-L 10:00 AM–10:50 AM MW NORICK LAB 11:00 AM–  1:50 PM MW NORICK TBA TBA TBA NORICK CHEM-001A-01:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40559 CHEM-001A-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:15 AM MW NORICK L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM TTh NORICK LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM TTh NORICK TBA TBA TBA NORICK CHEM-001A-02:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40561 CHEM-001A-03 LEC 2:00 PM–  3:15 PM TTh HOLLAND L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM MW HOLLAND LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM MW HOLLAND TBA TBA TBA HOLLAND CHEM-001A-03:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40562 CHEM-001A-04 LEC 2:00 PM–  3:15 PM TTh HOLLAND L-L 10:00 AM–10:50 AM TTh HOLLAND LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM TTh HOLLAND TBA TBA TBA HOLLAND CHEM-001A-04:Internet access and B&W printing required. Color printing recommended. 40563 CHEM-001A-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  7:15 PM TTh REZAIE L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM TTh REZAIE LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM TTh REZAIE TBA TBA TBA REZAIE

Course ID

5617 5615 5501 TBA

CHEM 12C

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW L-L 11:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW L-L 11:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LAB 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG

5001 5601 5625 TBA 5001 5601 5625 TBA

6 Units

Prerequisite: CHEM 12B. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. A continuation of a cumulative sophomore-level course describing the reactivity of organic (carbon containing) compounds including biomolecules such as proteins and carbohydrates. Continued emphasis on structure-reactivity relationships, mechanisms of functional group transformations,

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

CHEM 30B

and methods of synthesis, purification, isolation and characterization of target organic molecules. For biological science, chemistry, chemical engineering, pre-professional students in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and other interested students who have mastered the prerequisites.

40581 CHEM-012C-01 40582 CHEM-012C-02

CHEM 25

LEC 12:00 PM–  2:00 PM TTh L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM MW LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 12:00 PM–  2:00 PM TTh L-L 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM TTh LAB 9:00 AM–10:50 AM TTh TBA TBA TBA

TAM TAM TAM TAM TAM TAM TAM TAM

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

CHEM 30A

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh L-L 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM T LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM T TBA TBA TBA L-L 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM Th LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM Th TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM MW L-L 10:00 AM–10:50 AM M LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM M TBA TBA TBA LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM MW L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM W LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM W TBA TBA TBA

5001 5601 5625 TBA 5001 5601 5625 TBA

4301 5602 5603 TBA 5602 5603 TBA 4301 3403 5601 5603 TBA 5001 5602 5603 TBA

SURVEY OF INORGANIC & ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

5 Units

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW L-L 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM M LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM M TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW L-L 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM W LAB 2:30 PM–  4:20 PM W TBA TBA TBA LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM TTh L-L 10:00 AM–10:50 AM T LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM T TBA TBA TBA LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM TTh L-L 10:00 AM–10:50 AM Th LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM Th TBA TBA TBA LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM T LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM T TBA TBA TBA

RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH RUHLAND-FRITSCH NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN NGUYEN CAGAN CAGAN CAGAN CAGAN

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

5 Units

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM T LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM T TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh L-L 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM Th LAB 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM Th TBA TBA TBA LEC 5:30 PM–  7:20 PM TTh L-L 7:30 PM–  8:20 PM Th LAB 8:30 PM–10:20 PM Th TBA TBA TBA

MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN MOSSMAN SCHAFFERT SCHAFFERT SCHAFFERT SCHAFFERT

5001 5601 5625 TBA 5001 5601 5625 TBA 5601 5601 5625 TBA

Child Development Business & Social Sciences

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

Child Development offers a five-tier certificate program, with each certificate qualifying you for a higher level child development permit: Child Development Assistant Career Certificate, Child Development Associate Teacher Career Certificate, Child Development Teacher Career Certificate, Child Development Master Teacher Certificate, and Child Development Site Supervisor Certificate. For more information, access www.foothill.edu/bss/.

CHLD 11

AFFIRMING DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION

4 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Analysis of gender, race, culture, abilities/disabilities and social class from the child development perspective with emphasis on theory and research. Provides a conceptual framework for children’s cognitive, social and emotional responses to diversity. Serves as a basis to develop a rationale for a culturally relevant/anti-bias education.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 220. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, 1 hour TBA. This is an introductory course covering basic principles of chemistry more descriptive than quantitative in emphasis. Topics include atomic structure, trends in the periodic table, the three states of matter (gas, liquid and solid), energy, chemical bonding in ionic and molecular compounds, nomenclature, measurement and the metric system, chemical reactions and equations, solutions, acids, bases, salts and electrolyte systems. This chemistry course is primarily for students entering the Allied Health field including: nursing, veterinary technology, dental assistant, dental hygiene, biotechnology, primary care associate, radiation therapy technology, radiological technology, respiratory therapy, and pharmaceutical technology.

40601 CHEM-030A-01 40602 CHEM-030A-02 40603 CHEM-030A-03 40604 CHEM-030A-04 40605 CHEM-030A-05

Title

SURVEY OF ORGANIC & BIOCHEMISTRY

40583 CHEM-030B-01 40584 CHEM-030B-02 40592 CHEM-030B-03

5 Units

SALARI SALARI SALARI SALARI REZAIE REZAIE REZAIE SALARI BURR BURR BURR BURR LI LI LI LI

Activity

Prerequisite: CHEM 30A. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, 1 hour TBA. This is an introductory course covering basic principles of organic chemistry and biological chemistry. Topics include organic chemistry nomenclature, functional groups, and an introduction to structure and properties of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, proteins and enzymes. An overview of metabolism will also be given. This chemistry course is primarily for students entering the allied health field including: nursing, dental hygiene, and biotechnology.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 25 or ENGL 100. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, 1 hour TBA. Intended for students who wish to meet general education requirements in physical science or need background preparation for CHEM 1A. The course includes basic chemical laboratory techniques and methods, a survey of important chemical principles with emphasis on problem solving, and a description of the elements and their compounds.

40593 CHEM-025.-01 40598 CHEM-025.-02 40599 CHEM-025.-03 40600 CHEM-025.-04

Course ID

 40175

CHLD-011.-01

CHLD 53NC

LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM T

DAHA

SUPPORTING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

MC J2

3 Units

3 hours leture. Introduction to the concepts and best practices for early childhood education and early childhood special education. Includes early intervention for practical application in a variety of children’s programs. Discussion of characteristics of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school age children with disabilities, developmental delay or special health care needs. Study of appropriate modifications and accommodations to environments, materials and teaching strategies for individual children in group settings. Develop knowledge to collaborate with additional support professionals, community resource agencies, IFSP/IEP teams and family members.

5001 5602 5603 TBA 5001 5602 5603 TBA 5001 5602 5603 TBA 5001 5602 5603 TBA 5602 5602 5603 TBA

 40176

CHLD 55

CHLD-53NC-01

LEC 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM Th

CARDUCCI

CHILD GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

MC J6

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Development of the child from prenatal life through adolescence. In-depth study of the physical, cognitive, language and social-emotional development of children from infancy through adolescence. Observation of children required.

40178 CHLD-055.-01  40179 CHLD-055.-02 40180 CHLD-055.-03

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM M TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh TBA TBA TBA

CARDUCCI CARDUCCI MAYEKAWA MAYEKAWA SMITH SMITH

3201 TBA MC J6 MC 3203 TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CHLD 56

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

OBSERVATION TECHNIQUES

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

CHLD 56N

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM Th TBA TBA TBA

BROWNING BROWNING

INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT

CHLD 88

CHLD-056N-01 CHLD-056N-02

CHLD 72

LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM T LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh

THOMAS SMITH

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

MC J2 MC

4 Units

 40186  40345

CHLD-072.-01

CHLD 73

LEC 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M

MUSIC & MOVEMENT IN THE EARLY YEARS

 40201

CHLD-073.-02 LEC 9:00 AM–  2:50 PM S BROWNING CHLD-073.-02: class meets the following six Saturdays: 5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 6/4, 6/11 and 6/18, 2011.

CHLD 74

SCIENCE & NATURE

MC J2

CHLD-074.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  2:40 PM S CHLD-074.-01: Class meets two Saturdays: 4/16 and 4/23, 2011.

3 Units

 40202

CHLD 86A

MENTORING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS

MC J6

MC J7 ONLINE

2 Units

LEC 4:30 PM–  6:20 PM W

KOUKOUTSAKIS

ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION: ADULT SUPERVISION

MC J6

4 Units

CHLD-091.-01

LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM W

THOMAS

HEALTH, SAFETY & NUTRITION IN CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

MC J7

3 Units

 40203

CHLD-095.-01 LEC 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M BROWNING MC J2 CHLD-095.-01: Class will meet ten Mondays. It will not meet 5/30 or 6/13, 2011. Instead, class will meet on Saturday, 4/30 from 9:00a - 5:00p for CPR/First Aid Training. This training is mandatory whether or not you have a current CPR/First Aid card.

4 Units

Chinese - Mandarin Language Arts

CHIN 1

 41094

CHLD-086A-01 LEC 5:00 PM–  6:50 PM F THOMAS MC J7 LEC 9:30 AM–11:20 AM S THOMAS MC J7 CHLD-086A-01: class will actually meet Fridays from 6:00p - 9:40p and Saturdays from 9:30a - 5:30p on the following dates ONLY: April 8 & 9, April 29 & 30, May 20 & 21, and June 10 & 11, 2011.

PRACTICUM STUDENT TEACHING IN AN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM

THOMAS SMITH

3 hours lecture. For child care providers engaged in-home or classroom care of young children. Studies will include how to improve health and safety procedures, signs and symptoms of infectious diseases, knowledge of sanitary food handling, child nutrition and physical fitness, signs and symptoms of child abuse, and emergency preparedness and evacuation. Student earns a first aid with CPR training certificate. Course meets Title 22, Section 101215.1 California State Licensing requirement.

Advisory: CHLD 55, 88; a minimum of one other three-unit course in Child Development. 4 hours lecture Focus on preparing teachers for the role of mentoring student teachers, assistant teachers, parents, and volunteers in early childhood settings. Emphasis is on the role of teachers supervising other adults while simultaneously addressing the classroom needs of the children and parents in the program. Development will focus on the professional self, portfolio development, documentation of the teachersí work with children.

CHLD 86B

4 Units

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT

CHLD-088B-01

CHLD 95

MC J2

1 Unit

KOUKOUTSAKIS

Units

Location

Advisory: Completion of 9 units of child development courses. 4 hours lecture. Methods and principles of supervising adults in early childhood classrooms. Emphasis on the role of experienced classroom teachers who function as support and mentors to new teachers. Fulfills requirement of Child Development Permit Matrix and Mentor Teacher course.

1 hour lecture. Science for children; suggestions for activities involving plants, animals, and the physical properties of the environment; emphasis on making science part of the everyday experience.

 40185

CHLD-088.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM Th CHLD-088.-02W TBA TBA TBA

CHLD 91

2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Music and movement activities and experiences that facilitate non-muscian teachers to express ideas and implement expanded curriculum ideas for infants/toddlers, preschoolers and school aged children. Elements of presentation and basic concepts of teaching music and movement to promote the growth and development of the young children.

 40346

Instructor

2 hour lecture. Introduction to a range of positive guidance techniques that can be used with infants, toddlers, pre-school, and school-aged children. Emphasis on selection of appropriate strategies to meet the needs of each individual child.

3 Units

MCKEITHAN

Time Days

CHILD, FAMILY & COMMUNITY

CHLD 88B

MC J7 3203

3 hours lecture. Introduction to early language development focusing on cognition, language development and language within the social context. Theoretical information and practical applications with children including music, movement, storytelling, books, chants, songs and fingerplays.

 40204

Title

4 hours lecture. Child’s relationship to the family and community. Interaction of family members and the community as they cope with problems that affect the child. How family life practices and attitudes differ among cultures. Major child development theories and how they relate to cross-cultural perspectives of the child in society.

4 hours lecture. Introduction to the field of child development. Curriculum planning and supervisory activities for children in early childhood programs. Focus on developmental issues in the teaching-learning environment, including guidelines for interaction and teaching techniques.

 40181 40182

Activity

 40268 CHLD-086B-01 LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM W KOUKOUTSAKIS MC J6 TBA TBA TBA KOUKOUTSAKIS TBA CHLD-086B-01: In addition to class meetings, students required to spend 10 hours per week in a child care center.

Advisory: CHLD 56N, 55 or PSYC 14. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Provides training in observational techniques in natural settings using a range of tools. Students will learn to make formal observations that will guide their development of curriculum, create a child’s portfolio and prepare for teacher-parent conferences.

 40177 CHLD-056.-01

Course ID

(650) 949-7043 www.foothill.edu/la/

ELEMENTARY CHINESE I

5 Units

5 hours lecture. Intensive oral practice of basic, everyday language functions. Written practice to further understanding of the underlying grammatical and syntactical structures. Introduction to the four tone system of Chinese pronunciation and characters. Language laboratory practice.

 40772

5 Units

CHIN 2

Advisory: CHLD 55, 88 and a minimum of 3 quarter units in Child Development courses. 2 hours lecture, 10 hours laboratory. Focus on students preparing to work in an early childhood program. Integrating and applying knowledge and understanding of the process of child growth and development to group settings with young children. Incorporates the role of the teacher as it relates to observing, interacting, with children and families, planning and implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum, and participating in staff meetings.

CHIN-001.-01

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW

CHERN, LING-LING

ELEMENTARY CHINESE II

MC C4

5 Units

Prerequisite: CHIN 1 or 1 year of high school Chinese. 5 hours lecture. Intensive oral and written practices broadening the functions presented in CHIN 1. Further development of the use of the four tone system of Chinese pronunciation, as well as basic grammatical construct and sentence structures. Language laboratory practice.

 40775

CHIN-002.-01

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW

HUNG

MC A5

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CHIN 3

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

ELEMENTARY CHINESE III

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

CHIN 14A

Prerequisite: CHIN 2 or two years of high school Chinese. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of CHIN 2. Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Intensive oral practice of the four tone system pronunciation in everyday language situations. Oral and written practice of Chinese grammatical constructions and sentence structures. Language laboratory practice.

 40776

CHIN-003.-01

CHIN 4

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh

HUNG

INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I

CHIN-004.-01Q

CHIN 5

LEC 6:30 PM–  8:45 PM MW

MC D6

5 Units

PHUNG

INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II

 41003

CHIN-005.-01Q

CHIN 6

LEC 6:30 PM–  8:45 PM MW

INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III

MC J5

 41005

MC J5

CHIN-006.-01Q

CHIN 13A

LEC 6:30 PM–  8:45 PM MW

PHUNG

INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION I

CHIN-013A-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–10:20 PM Th

 40990

CHIN 13B

INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION II

CHIN-013B-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–10:20 PM Th

 40992

MC J5

MC J5

4 Units

PHUNG

ADVANCED COMPOSITION & READING I

MC J5

4 Units

PHUNG

ADVANCED COMPOSITION & READING II

MC J5

4 Units

CHIN-025B-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM MW

PHUNG

MC J5

Communication Studies

4 Units

PHUNG

PHUNG

Prerequisite: CHIN 25A. 4 hours lecture. Continuation of CHIN 25A. Reading and analysis of authentic Chinese written materials intended for native Chinese readers, as exponents of the culture and history. Development of further skills in reading authentic materials, including magazines, newspaper articles, editorials, literature, and abstract theories. Practice in writing expository essays. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of reading and writing skills by exploring various forms of literary and other forms of creative thoughts. Understanding and appreciating the ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

Prerequisite: CHIN 13A. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of CHIN 13A. Speaking and listening experience in an environment of increasingly challenging language situation in culturally appropriate ways. Special emphasis on rapidity of correct perception and speaking, acquaintance with a variety of native dialects, and familiarity with oral idioms and grammar as they differ from more formal written and literary uses. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, political speech, and debates. Stating and supporting opinions on various topics. Understanding ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

 41002

4 Units

ADVANCED CONVERSATION II

CHIN-025A-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM MW

CHIN 25B

MC J5

4 Units

PHUNG

Units

Location

Prerequisite: CHIN 6. 4 hours lecture. Introduction to authentic Chinese written materials intended for native Chinese readers, such as magazine articles, editorials, statistics, and literature. Reading and analysis of texts as exponents of the culture and history. Compositions and advanced grammar. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of reading and writing skills by exploring various forms of literary and other forms of creative thoughts. Understanding ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

Prerequisite: CHIN 3. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Speaking and listening experience in culturally appropriate ways. Special emphasis on correct perception and speaking, and familiarity with oral idioms and grammar as they differ from more formal written and literary uses. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, formal and informal conversations. Understanding ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

 40998

Instructor

ADVANCED CONVERSATION I

CHIN-014B-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–10:20 PM Th

CHIN 25A

5 Units

Prerequisite: CHIN 5. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of CHIN 5. Further development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at the intermediate to high proficiency levels. Review all the structures learned in the previous levels. Emphasis on communication competency and vocabulary. Study new idiomatic Mandarin expressions. Expand students‚ abilities to express their attitudes towards actions and conditions. Discuss and analyze limited amount of composition of short essays and stories. Introduce classical Chinese literature. Individual and group oral presentations, and language laboratory practice will be part of the regular performance-based assessment.

 40989

Time Days

Prerequisite: CHIN 14A. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of CHIN 14A. Development of advanced level of oral/aural fluency in the language, and cultural skills required in socio-linguistic functions. Stating and supporting opinions on complex, abstract topics. Analyzing and hypothesizing. Understanding cultural differences, persuading, negotiating, and giving speech in formal settings. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, debates on various issues, and drama.

5 Units

PHUNG

Title

CHIN-014A-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–10:20 PM Th

CHIN 14B

Prerequisite: CHIN 4 or four years of high school Chinese. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of CHIN 4. Introduction to reading Chinese literature. Continued intensive drill of the four-tone system. Further development of grammatical structures. Continuation of communicative competency and vocabulary building. Limited amount of composition of short essays and stories. Presentation and discussion of Chinese culture. Language laboratory practice.

 40778

Activity

Prerequisite: CHIN 13B. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Development of fluency in the oral/aural language, and cultural skills required in socio-linguistic functions, i.e., honorifics, in-group/out-group, male/female, and formal/informal expressions. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, political speech, debates, and drama. Stating and supporting opinions on various topics, including abstract concepts. Understanding and appreciating ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

Prerequisite: CHIN 3 or 3 years of high school Chinese. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of CHIN 3. Review of grammar and grammatical structures presented at the elementary level. Intensive oral and written drills in the use of the four-tone system of Chinese pronunciation and idiomatic constructions. Composition of short essays and stories. Presentation and discussion of Chinese culture. Conversation and language laboratory practice.

 40777

Course ID

Fine Arts & Communication

COMM 1A

(650) 949-7262 www.foothill.edu/fa/

PUBLIC SPEAKING

5 Units

Formerly: SPCH 1A Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in COMM 1AH or SPCH 1A. 5 hours lecture. Introduction to the analysis, theory and history of rhetoric and public address; application of principles of public address to the preparation and delivery of public speeches.

MC J5

40451

COMM-001A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW

FRANKLIN

1219

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

40452 COMM-001A-02 40453 COMM-001A-03 40454 COMM-001A-04 40455 COMM-001A-05 40876 COMM-001A-06

COMM 2

Time Days

Instructor

Location

Units

Course Number

TBA TBA TBA LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh TBA TBA TBA LEC 1:00 PM–  4:50 PM F TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM T TBA TBA TBA LEC 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA

FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN POGOSIAN POGOSIAN POGOSIAN POGOSIAN TOWNES TOWNES HASAN HASAN

ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 5981 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE

COMM 10

Activity

Title

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

CRN

5 Units

COMM 12

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM M TBA TBA TBA LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM T TBA TBA TBA LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM W TBA TBA TBA

Instructor

GENDER, COMMUNICATION & CULTURE

Units

Location

5 Units

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

5 Units

40514 COMM-012.-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM TTh TOWNES 5981 TBA TBA TBA TOWNES ONLINE  40515 COMM-012.-02W TBA TBA TBA TOWNES ONLINE COMM-012.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

COMM 1BH

HONORS ARGUMENTATION & PERSUASION

5 Units

Prerequisite: Approval by the Foothill Honors Institute. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in COMM 1B or SPCH 1B. 5 hours lecture. The study and practice of argumentation and persuasion. Analysis of rhetorical theory and application of methods of effective persuasion. Knowledge of the structure and format of various types of disputation and participation in in-class speech activities. The honors section provides accelerated students with academic enrichment emphasizing rhetorical analysis and critical thinking. Expanded opportunities include, but are not limited to, examination of political speech in historical context, student-initiated and student-led discussion, self-reflection paper, and creative group project.

5 Units

HASAN HASAN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN JOSSELYN

Time Days

Formerly: SPCH 12 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in SPCH 12. 5 hours lecture. A comparative and integrative study of intercultural communication in American Society. Analysis of cultural histories, cultural concepts, language, ethnic perspectives, perceptions, symbols and roles as they facilitate or hinder effective verbal and nonverbal interaction across cultural lines. Examination of cultural identities which influence thinking and behavior, such as race, class, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, age, appearance, and physical ability.

Formerly: SPCH 4 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in SPCH 4. 5 hours lecture. Analysis of the principles of group interaction and decision making. Participation in discussion groups designed to share information, solve problems and reach consensus.

40507 COMM-004.-01 40508 COMM-004.-02 40509 COMM-004.-03 40510 COMM-004.-04 40511 COMM-004.-05

Title

40512 COMM-010.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh TOWNES 5981 TBA TBA TBA TOWNES ONLINE  40513 COMM-010.-02W TBA TBA TBA TOWNES ONLINE COMM-010.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

40468 COMM-002.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM M NI 1220 TBA TBA TBA NI ONLINE COMM-002.-01: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Mondays: 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 6/6, 6/13. All other hours via online instruction. 40475 COMM-002.-02 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM M NI 1405 TBA TBA TBA NI ONLINE COMM-002.-02: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Mondays: 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 6/6, 6/13. All other hours via online instruction. 40496 COMM-002.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM T VELASCO 1220 TBA TBA TBA VELASCO ONLINE COMM-002.-03: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Tuesdays: 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 6/7, 6/14. All other hours via online instruction. 40500 COMM-002.-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W VELASCO 1220 TBA TBA TBA VELASCO ONLINE COMM-002.-04: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Wednesdays: 4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/8, 6/15. All other hours via online instruction.  40502 COMM-002.-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM M NI MC D5 TBA TBA TBA NI ONLINE COMM-002.-05: Hybrid class. Meets on Middlefield Campus the following Mondays from 6-9:40PM: 4/11, 4/25, 5/9, 5/23, 6/6. All other hours via online instruction.  40504 COMM-002.-06 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM W NI MC D5 TBA TBA TBA NI ONLINE COMM-002.-06: Hybrid class. Meets on Middlefield Campus the following Wednesdays from 6-9:40PM: 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8. All other hours via online instruction.

GROUP DISCUSSION

Activity

Formerly: SPCH 10 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in SPCH 10. 5 hours lecture. A comparative and integrative study of the interactive relationship between communication, gender, and culture in American society. Emphasis on the multiple ways communication in interpersonal relationships, educational institutions, organizations, media, and society in general creates and perpetuates gender roles. Analysis of gendered histories, traditions, and practices which normalize certain expectations, values, meanings, and patterns of behavior across cultural/ racial lines (Native Americans, Latino Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, Gays, Lesbians, Bi-sexual, and Transgendered peoples).

Formerly: SPCH 2 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26, or equivalent; not open to students with credit in SPCH 2. 5 hours lecture. Experience in interpersonal communication, including discussion, the perception process, critical thinking and reasoning, verbal and nonverbal modes of communication, intercultural communication, and the effect of communication on individuals and society. Faculty and peer feedback on critically evaluated exercises.

COMM 4

Course ID

40456 COMM-01BH-01H LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM M VELASCO 1219 TBA TBA TBA VELASCO ONLINE COMM-01BH-01H: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Mondays: 4/4, 4/18, 5/2, 5/16, 6/6. All other hours via online instruction. 40457 COMM-01BH-02H LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM M VELASCO 1219 TBA TBA TBA VELASCO ONLINE COMM-01BH-02H: Hybrid class. Meets on Foothill Campus the following Mondays: 4/11, 4/25, 5/9, 5/23, 6/13. All other hours via online instruction.

1220 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE 1219 ONLINE

COMM 55

CAREER & LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION IN THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE

5 Units

Formerly: SPCH 55 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 or equivalent. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Introduction to communication in organizational, career, leadership and global contexts. Interviewing, interpersonal and intercultural communication, group interactions, professional presentations, and leadership development. Application of theories and skills through critically evaluated exercises.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

CIS 15B

 40506 COMM-055.-01

LEC TBA W NI MC D5 TBA TBA TBA NI ONLINE COMM-055.-01: Hybrid class. Class meets on Middlefield Campus 6:00-9:40PM the following Wednesdays: 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/18, 6/1. All other hours via online instruction.

(650) 949-7236 www.foothill.edu/ctis/

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE

CIS 15C

5 Units

40736 CIS -001.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:40 AM MW STAFF 5950 TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CIS -001.-01: Course fee, $4. For non-CIS majors, who want an introduction to computer science. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.  40739 CIS -001.-02W TBA TBA TBA O’NEAL ONLINE CIS -001.-02W Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

COMPUTERS & SOCIETY

CIS 18

5 Units

COMPUTER SCIENCE III: DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS C++

5 Units

DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

41147 CIS -018.-01 CIS -018.-01: Course fee, $4.

CIS 19A

5 Units

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF TBA TBA TBA

FLORERO FLORERO

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH C#

4220 TBA

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 12A or 15A or 27A. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to programming using the C# language. C# is a new programming language which was developed expressly for the .NET platform. C# has now become the exclusive language used by Microsoft for all of its internal development. This course provides an introduction to basic object oriented programming constructs from the point of view of C#. Students will learn how to build both console and Windows forms based applications.

5 Units

 40790

CIS -019A-02W TBA TBA TBA BERRY ONLINE CIS -019A-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40741

CIS -012A-03W TBA TBA TBA MEADE ONLINE CIS-012A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

COMPUTER SCIENCE I: C++

5 Units

Prerequisites: MATH 49. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in MATH 22. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Discrete mathematics: set theory, logic, Boolean algebra, methods of proof, mathematical induction, number theory, discrete probability, combinatorics, functions, relations, recursion, algorithm efficiencies, graphs, trees.

Advisory: MATH 220. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to computer programming using the Visual Basic.NET Language; provides an overview of computer organization and an introduction to software engineering. Topics include methodologies for program design, development, style, testing and documentation; algorithms, control structures, objects, classes, file I/O, and elementary data structures.

CIS 15A

COMPUTER SCIENCE II: C++

Units

Location

CIS -015C-01W TBA TBA TBA LOCEFF ONLINE CIS -015C-01W Third in a three part sequence of computer science classes using C++. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

41301 CIS -002.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW O’NEAL 4302 TBA TBA T O’NEAL ONLINE  40740 CIS -002.-02W TBA TBA TBA O’NEAL ONLINE CIS-002-02W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

FUNDAMENTALS OF VISUAL BASIC. NET PROGRAMMING

Instructor

 40787

Advisory: MATH 220; ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A critical examination of the capabilities and uses of modern computers and how they affect society. Hands-on introduction to selected applications such as document creation, manipulation of numeric data, accessing information, decision support and expert systems, graphics and multimedia.

CIS 12A

Time Days

Advisory: CIS 15B or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A systematic approach to the design and construction of data structures and algorithms. Focuses on defining abstract data types, including arrays, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs as well as searching and sorting techniques and recursive algorithms. Analysis of algorithms and their performance will be evaluated.

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Provides a broad overview of the field of computer science and an introduction to software engineering. Introduces hardware, software, information systems, software development and networking. Uses a subset of a programming language to study programming and problem solving.

CIS 2

Title

41075 CIS -015B-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW BERRY 4006 TBA TBA TBA BERRY ONLINE CIS -015B-02: Course fee, $4. Second computer science class using C++. Some course classes may be held online. Your Instructor will explain more during the 1st class meeting.

Department offers AS degrees in Computer Science (for transfer), Computer Software Development, Database Management and Informatics. In addition, numerous certificates are offered in all disciplines. Contact the division office or visit Web site for more information.

CIS 1

Activity

Advisory: CIS 15A. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A systematic approach to the design, construction, and management of computer programs, emphasizing object-oriented design and programming, documentation, testing and debugging techniques. Focuses on classes, strings, arrays, pointers, and dynamic allocation, and disk files in the C++ programming language. Introduction to basic data structures. Builds on the concepts presented in CIS 15A.

Computer Information Systems Computers, Technology & Information Systems

Course ID

CIS 19L

WINDOWS COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION (WCF) INTRODUCTION

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 12D, 12W, 19D, 19W. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. This course provides students with an understanding of the Windows Communications Foundation and the skills required to use this Framework to develop service-oriented applications (SOA) on Windows. This course will explain how to take advantage of built-in features of Version 3.0 (and following) of the .NET Framework such as service hosting, instance management, asynchronous calls, synchronization, reliability, transaction management, disconnected queued calls and security to build distributed applications.

5 Units

Advisory: MATH 220 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduces the discipline of computer science using the C++ language; provides an overview of computer organization and an introduction to software engineering. Topics include methodologies for program design, development, style, testing and documentation, and object oriented design; algorithms, control structures, sub-programs, elementary data structures.

41070 CIS -015A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW BERRY 4202 TBA TBA TBA BERRY ONLINE CIS-015A-01: Course fee, $4. First in a series of computer courses using C++. Some course classes may be held online. Your instructor will explain more during the 1st class.  40781 CIS -015A-06W TBA TBA TBA LOCEFF ONLINE CIS -015A-06W: First computer science class using C++. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40795

CIS -019L-01W TBA TBA TBA SCHROTENBOER ONLINE CIS-019L-01W: Offered viai nternet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 41092 CIS -019L-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:40 PM M SCHROTENBOER 3401 TBA TBA TBA SCHROTENBOER ONLINE

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

CIS 19W

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

DEVELOPING WEB APPLICATIONS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

CIS 50A

Advisory: CIS 19A. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Developing Web Applications using C# language. C# is the first programming language from Microsoft designed from the ground up to support the Internet. Using the Internet related classes in the .NET Framework, C# provides a powerful set of tools both for constructing Web Forms applications using ASP.NET as well as XML Web Services. This course assumes a basic understanding of C# programming, covers all of the key elements of building Web Applications and is targeted at preparing students for the Microsoft Web Applications Certification Exam.

5 Units

Advisory: MATH 220. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduces the discipline of computer science using the Java language; provides an overview of computer organization and an introduction to software engineering. Topics include methodologies for program design, development, style, testing and documentation; algorithms, control structures, sub-programs, objects, and elementary data structures.

CIS 52A

41091 CIS -027A-04 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM T O’BRIEN 8401 TBA TBA TBA O’BRIEN ONLINE CIS -027A-04: Course fee, $4. First computer science class using JAVA. Some course classes may be held online. Your Instructor will explain more during the 1st class meeting.

CIS 27B

COMPUTER SCIENCE II: JAVA

5 Units

 40964

CIS 27C

 40965

CIS 52B

USING THE COMPUTER: PC (WINDOWS)

Units

Location

5 Units

INTRODUCTION TO DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

5 Units

ORACLE SQL

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to Oracle 11g Structured Query Language used in querying single and multiple tables, manipulating data in tables, and creating database objects in a relational database. Students will gain essential SQL skills through hands-on exercises that reinforce SQL fundamental concepts. This course prepares students to take the Oracle Certified Associate exam and the Oracle Certified Professional exam.

CIS -027B-03W TBA TBA TBA LOCEFF ONLINE CIS -027B-03W: Second computer science class using JAVA. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

5 Units

CIS -052B-01W TBA TBA TBA WHITEHILL ONLINE CIS-052B-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

Advisory: CIS 27B. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A systematic approach to the design and construction of programs using common data structures and their associated algorithms. Focuses on defining abstract data types including arrays, stacks, queues, and trees, as well as searching and sorting techniques, disk files, and recursive programming techniques. Builds on the concepts presented in CIS 27B.

CIS 52F

ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION II

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 52E or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to Oracle 11g database backup and recovery using RMAN, recovery catalog and usermanaged techniques. Students will learn how to diagnose the database, manage Oracle memory structures, use database performance monitoring tools, use flashback technology and flashback database, manage resources, automate tasks, use Segment Advisor, work with automatic storage management (ASM), and use globalization support. Hands-on exercises reinforce topics covered in this course. This course prepares students to take the Database Administration Oracle Certified Professional exam.

 40807

CIS -027C-03W TBA TBA TBA BERRY ONLINE CIS -027C-03W: Third computer science class using JAVA. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

JAVA FOR PROGRAMMERS

Instructor

CIS -052A-03W TBA TBA TBA WHITEHILL ONLINE CIS -052A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40803

CIS 27P

Time Days

Advisory: CIS 50A, 50B, or 60. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to database systems and data management. Topics include database definitions and concepts, relational database, client/server database, Internet database, distributed database, object-oriented database, data warehousing, transaction management, database administration, database performance, and hands-on experience with a database management system.

Advisory: CIS 27A or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A systematic approach to the design, construction, and management of computer programs, emphasizing object oriented design and programming, documentation, testing and debugging techniques. Focuses on classes, inheritance, graphical user interfaces, event-driven programs, Web applets, and disk files. Introduction to basic data structures. Builds on the concepts presented in CIS 27A.

COMPUTER SCIENCE III: DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS IN JAVA

Title

41084 CIS -050A-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW FARBER 4203 TBA TBA TBA FARBER TBA CIS -050A-01: Course fee, $4. Several of the class meetings may be held online. Your instructor will explain this to you at the initial session. 41086 CIS -050A-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM T FARBER 4203 TBA TBA TBA FARBER TBA CIS -050A-02: Course fee, $4. Some of the class sessions may be held online. Your instructor will explain further during your first class meeting.  40918 CIS -050A-06W TBA TBA TBA WILL ONLINE CIS -050A-06W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

CIS -019W-01W TBA TBA TBA SCHROTENBOER ONLINE CIS-019W-01W: This is the last class in the C# MCAD certificate. Offered via the internet. After registering, you must refer to www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

COMPUTER SCIENCE I: JAVA

Activity

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in CIS 50B. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to the computer and its uses for the student with little or no computer experience. Use of the IBM PC (Windows) for hands-on experience with a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database manager, graphics, file management techniques, simple software configuration, an Internet browser, and the use of a programming language. Discussion of other software applications and of the role of computers and the information superhighway in our society.

 40798

CIS 27A

Course ID

5 Units

Advisory: Prior C/C++ programming experience. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. A comprehensive course in the Java programming language intended for students with previous experience programming in C or C++ and a basic understanding of computer science concepts. Provides instruction in object-oriented programming in Java and the use of classes, data abstraction, arrays, strings, graphics, GUI, files, exception handling and applets. Note: Students with no programming experience who wish to learn Java should opt for CIS 27A.

40967 CIS -052F-02

CIS 52N

LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM W TBA TBA TBA

PHP & MYSQL

SENGUPTA SENGUPTA

4220 ONLINE

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Students learn how to code PHP and MySQL, languages used to generate powerful, database-driven, dynamic Web sites. This course covers the rudiments of PHP programming, including the anatomy of a PHP script, operators, strings, conditionals, loops, arrays, and functions; and MySQL capabilities, including MySQL command-line options, connecting to the database, and phpMyAdmin tool.

 40810

CIS -027P-03W TBA TBA TBA BERRY ONLINE CIS -027P-03W: Designed for those who understand OO principals and wish to learn JAVA. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40971

CIS -052N-01W TBA TBA TBA WHITEHILL ONLINE CIS-052N-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

CIS 52P

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PHP PROGRAMMING

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

CIS 68B

Advisory: CIS 52N. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Students learn the intermediate and advanced features of PHP to develop powerful web applications. Topics include object-oriented programming, error handling and debugging, regular expressions and pattern matching, files and directories, PHP forms, PHP and email, cookies and sessions, secure coding with PHP, and PHP and MySQL integration.

CIS 54C

CIS -052Q-02W

TBA

CIS 68C1

TBA

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER DATABASE DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN

WHITEHILL

 41357

CIS 68C2

ONLINE

5 Units

CIS 68E

5 Units

Advisory: MATH 220 or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours terminal time. Introduction to the concepts of business information systems especially as used in business and similar organizations. Covers the need for information, how computers are used in business to provide information, elements of computer hardware and software, software development, data storage and communication, and the social impact of computers. Hands-on introduction to programming concepts, word processing, spreadsheet and database applications.

CIS -68C1-92W

TBA

TBA

TBA

MEADE

LINUX & UNIX NETWORKING ADMINISTRATION

ONLINE

5 Units

LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM M TBA TBA TBA

PROGRAMMING IN PERL

TARVER TARVER

4306 ONLINE

5 Units

 41050

CIS -068E-01W TBA TBA TBA GEVER ONLINE CIS -068E-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

CIS 68M

 41034

CIS -060.-02W TBA TBA TBA WILL ONLINE CIS -060.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

INTRODUCTION TO LINUX & UNIX

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 68A; one or more of CIS 15A or 25A or 27A or equivalent experience. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Perl, the Practical Extraction and Report Language, was conceived, created, and continuously developed as a text processing language for Unix-like(Linux and Unix) operating systems. Most of its semantics and syntax is tied directly to other Linux/Unix based languages such as C, awk, sh and Unix power utilities like grep and sed. Some of its power also derives from native Linux and Unix process control and file system operations. This course covers the core Perl language in a Linux and Unix based instruction environment to prepare the student for significant Perl programming challenges in the “real” world, as well as further study in intermediate and advanced Perl programming courses.

CIS -054C-02W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CIS -054C-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

CIS 68A

5 Units

LINUX & UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

41358 CIS -68C2-01 CIS -68C2-01: Course fee, $4.

 41026

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

LINUX & UNIX SHELL PROGRAMMING

Units

Location

Advisory: CIS 68A, 68B and 68C1 or equivalent experience. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Advanced networking administration of the UNIX operating system. Hands on experience with network setup, configuration and maintenance.

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Students will learn database development and designing database solutions and data access using Microsoft SQL Server 2008. This course covers materials that will prepare students for MCITP: Database Developer 2008: Exam 70-433 -- TS: Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Database Development and Exam 70-451 -- PRO: Designing Database Solutions and Data Access Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

CIS 60

Instructor

Advisory: CIS 68A or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to basic system administration of Linux and UNIX systems. Overview of basic PC hardware, system boot process, administration utilities, and management of user accounts, file systems, basic networking, printing, security, accounting and logging. Software install and removal using source code and package managers. Kernel updating and boot managers.

5 Units

TBA

Time Days

CIS -068B-01W TBA TBA TBA MEADE ONLINE CIS-068B-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 41046 CIS -068B-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM T TARVER 4305 TBA TBA TBA TARVER ONLINE

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. In-depth study of MySQL 5.0. Overview of MySQL architecture and configuration; MySQL Administrator features; MySQL storage engines; table and user maintenance; backup and recovery; optimizing queries, databases, server, and the environment; and securing the MYSQL installation. This course also covers data manipulation and data definition language; triggers, stored procedures, and functions; and database metadata. Prepares students to take the MySQL 5.0 Database Administrator and MySQL 5.0 Developer Certification exams.

 41022

Title

 41041

CIS -052P-01W TBA TBA TBA WHITEHILL ONLINE CIS-052P-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40981 CIS -052P-02 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM Th TBA 4203

MYSQL: IN-DEPTH

Activity

Advisory: CIS 68A or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours terminal time. Linux shell script programming using the Bourne Again shell programming language (bash) and UNIX utilities to create practical shell scripts.

 40973

CIS 52Q

Course ID

INTERMEDIATE PERL PROGRAMMING

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 68E or some Perl programming experience; CIS 68B. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. This course presents core Perl language features used to manage the development and complexity of Perl programs requiring hundreds if not thousands of lines of code. An in depth presentation of references and arbitrarily complex data structures provide a basis for object-oriented Perl. Perl and Linux/Unix based mechanisms for release cycle control, unit testing, and code packaging (i.e. a distribution) are also presented. This course is intended to leverage the environment of the Linux/UNIX operating systems and it’s various subsystems (i.e. filesystems, process management, memory management, etc.) and therefore requires a working knowledge on the part of the student and a substantial background on the part of the instructor.

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or 50B or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. An introduction to the Linux and UNIX operating systems, primarily focused on command line usage. Covers the kernel, file systems, shells and user utilities. Also introduces students to the fundamentals of shell programming, processes, communications, and basic security.

41077 CIS -068A-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM W CROFT 4305 TBA TBA TBA CROFT ONLINE CIS -068A-01: Course fee, $4. Some class meetings will be held online. Your instructor will explain further during the first class meeting.  41038 CIS -068A-04W TBA TBA TBA MEADE ONLINE CIS -068A-04W: Class taught using LINUX. Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 41063

CIS -068M-01W TBA TBA TBA GEVER ONLINE CIS -068M-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CIS 102

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING SKILLS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

.5 Unit

CNET 54C

Advisory: Pass/No Pass; not open to students with credit in CAST 102. 1 hour lecture-laboratory. Beginning keyboarding course covering the operation of the keyboard using the touch system and the development of correct techniques to interact more efficiently with desktop computers, computer terminals, or electronic communication systems. Designed for independent skill learning.

Computer Networking & Electronics (650) 949-7236 www.foothill.edu/ctis/

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING

CNET 54D

5 Units

CNET 54J

5 Units

5 Units

WAN TECHNOLOGIES (CCNA IV)

5 Units

OPTIMIZING CONVERGED CISCO NETWORKS (ONT) (CCNP IV)

5 Units

41352 CNET-054J-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM Th MURPHY 4308 TBA TBA TBA MURPHY ONLINE CNET-054J-01: Course fee, $2. This is the last class in the CCNP training sequence. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

CNET 75B

41329 CNET-054A-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:51 PM M MURPHY 4308 TBA TBA TBA MURPHY ONLINE CNET-054A-01: Course fee, $2. This is the first class in the Cisco CCNA certification series. See the curriculum sheets for more details. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

ROUTING PROTOCOLS & CONCEPTS (CCNA II)

LAN SWITCHING & WIRELESS NETWORKS (CCNA III)

Units

Location

Advisory: CNET 54G, 54H and 54I or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory, 2 hours terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. This course is designed to provide students with classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology that will prepare them for the Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) exam: Optimizing Converged Cisco Networks (ONT). This course will teach the advanced skills required to optimize QoS in converged networks supporting voice, wireless, and security applications.

Advisory: CNET 50. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory, 3 hours terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. This course is designed to provide students with classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technologies. Instruction includes networking, network terminology, cabling, cabling tools, network protocols, network standards, the OSI model, LANs, WANs, routers, network topology, IP addressing, TCP, and network standards. This is the first course in the Cisco Networking Academy Program. This program will prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) exam.

CNET 54B

Instructor

41351 CNET-054D-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM F MURPHY 4308 TBA TBA TBA MURPHY ONLINE CNET-054D-01: Course fee, $2. This is the last class in the Cisco CCNA certification series. See the curriculum sheets for more details. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

41120 CNET-050.-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  5:20 PM M JOHNSON 4306 TBA TBA TBA JOHNSON ONLINE st CNET-050.-01: Course fee, $2. Some class meetings may be held online. Your instructor will explain the 1 class meeting.  41126 CNET-050.-02W TBA TBA TBA JOHNSON ONLINE CNET-050.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS & THE TCP/IP PROTOCOL SUITE (CCNA I)

Time Days

Advisory: CNET 54C or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory, 3 hours terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. Instruction includes increasingly sophisticated router configuration (WAN services: LAPB, Frame Relay, ISDN/LAPD, HDLC, PPP, and DDR.); WAN switch configuration; Network Address Translation; network troubleshooting. This is the fourth of four courses designed to introduce students to current and emerging networking technology, it is preparation for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certification.

4 hours of lecture, 2 hours terminal time. This is a survey course designed to provide interested students with an overview of current networking technologies. For students who are pursuing a career in networking, CNET 50 is a requirement for all CNET certificates and degrees. Course content includes data representation, protocols, transmission media, analog and digital transmission, Local, Wide, Wireless, Cellular, and Satellite networks, network connecting devices, TCP/IP, and the Internet.

CNET 54A

Title

41349 CNET-054C-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM W MURPHY 4308 LAB TBA TBA MURPHY ONLINE CNET-054C-01: Course fee, $2. This is the third class in the Cisco CCNA certification series. See the curriculum sheets for more details. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

Department offers a comprehensive AS degree in Enterprise Networking, as well as certificates in CCNA, CCNP, MCSA, MCSE, Wireless and Network Security. Review the department Web site for more information.

CNET 50

Activity

Advisory: CNET 54B or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory, 3 hours terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. The course is designed to provide students with classroom and laboratory experience advanced features of routers and routing concepts including the OSPF and EIGRP routing protocols, network congestion issues, LAN segmentation using bridges and switches, cut-through and store-andforward switches, and the operation of the Spanning Tree protocol. This class includes handson experience using Cisco routers. This is the third course in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA curriculum.

41066 CIS -102.-01 TBA TBA TBA VELA TBA CIS -102.-01: Course fee, $4. Contact the instructor at Velajenny@fhda.edu or (650) 949-7623 for orientation information. This course is self paced.

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

Course ID

WINDOWS SERVER 2008 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

5 Units

Advisory: CNET 50 and 75A. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. This course provides the knowledge and skills to install, configure, monitor, and maintain Microsoft Server 2008 network services including DHCP, DNS, WINS, NAP, Print, and Communication servers. Course content includes TCP/IP versions 4 and 6, file systems, security, data backup, and restoration. CNET 75B maps to Microsoft Exam 70-642, Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration.

5 Units

Advisory: CNET 54A or equivalent. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory, 3 hours terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. This course is an introduction to router and routing concepts and terminology including distance vector and link state routing, RIPv1 and RIPv2, IGRP and IGRP metric calculations, routing loop issues, routing theory, router IOS, and basic router configuration, scenario analysis and troubleshooting, and additional topics such as classless routing, discontiguous subnets, and Access Control Lists. The course also reviews TCP/IP basics, and IP addressing. This is the second course in the Cisco Networking Academy Program; it is designed to provide students with classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology that will prepare them for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) exam.

 41129

CNET-075B-01W TBA TBA TBA JOHNSON ONLINE CNET-075B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

41334 CNET-054B-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM T MURPHY 4308 TBA TBA TBA MURPHY ONLINE CNET-054B-01: Course fee, $2. This is the second class in the Cisco CCNA certification series. See the curriculum sheets for more details. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CNET 75C

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ACTIVE DIRECTORY

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

CAST 52B

5 Units

CAST 63A

41353 CNET-080B-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM Th STAFF 4305 TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CNET-080B-01: VMware Infrastructure 3-Install & Configure - Lecture and labs include examining server virtualization architectures and best practices, installing the VMware ESX Server, creating virtual switches and storage, creating and managing virtual machines, establishing access controls, performing resource monitoring and management, and applying VMotion, DRS, and HA. This course helps prepare students for the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) exam and satisfies the certification course requirement.

4 Units

CAST-063A-01W TBA TBA TBA PARKHURST ONLINE CAST-063A-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course description at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

CAST 63B

4 Units

ADVANCED COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING USING AUTOCAD SOFTWARE

4 Units

Advisory: CAST 63A or equivalent; a working knowledge of parametric solid modeling concepts. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory. For students preparing for careers in General Design and Drafting; Architectural Building Design; Mechanical Design and Engineering; Civil Design and Engineering; GIS and Mapping; and Visualization and Animation. This course provides the foundation for a hands-on course that covers basic and advanced AutoCAD software used to create, edit, document, and print parts, assemblies. Special emphasis will be placed on the practical foundation/background to use this software, system and equipment. This course helps to prepare students for Autodesk certification exams.

 41151

CAST-063B-01W TBA TBA TBA PARKHURST ONLINE CAST-063B-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course description at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

41354 CNET-119.-01 L-L 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM M TEBO 4305 TBA TBA TBA TEBO ONLINE CNET-119.-01: Course fee, $2. Some course meeting may be held online. Your instructor will explain during the 1st class.

CAST 70D

3D MODELING & ANIMATION FOR MULTIMEDIA

4 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or 50B, or equivalent. 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Fundamentals of 3D modeling and animation for multimedia. Hands-on experience with modeling, rendering, and animation; and conversion techniques utilizing QuickTime and other technologies.

Computers & Software Training (650) 949-7236 www.foothill.edu/ctis/

41255 CAST-070D-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM W PUCKETT 4203 TBA TBA TBA PUCKETT TBA CAST-070D-01: Middlefield Campus. Using MAYA software, this class is part of the new gaming certificate. Some class meetings may be held online. More information given at the first class meeting.

Department offers an AS degree in Interactive & Multimedia Technologies. In addition, certificates are offered in this technology as well as Web-based multimedia. For more information, review Web page or call the division office.

INTRODUCTION TO MACROMEDIA FLASH

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING USING AUTODESK AUTOCAD

 41150

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (Word and Excel and, if possible, PowerPoint). Advisory: MATH 220; ENGL 110 or ESLL 25; CIS 50A, CNET 51A or equivalent. Corequisite: Learn CCCConfer, Etudes NG, Project software, CRM Software. 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours team laboratory. Project Management and Service/Support Skills are in high demand in the career marketplace. These include teamwork, decision-making, leadership, innovation, scoping, planning, budgeting, work breakdown, scheduling, interpersonal/intercultural communication, influence management, and problem solving. Initial exam preparation and training hours for Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM), various service/support certifications, and Project Management Professional (PMP).

CAST 52A

5 Units

Advisory: Knowledge of drafting fundamentals. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory. For students preparing for careers in General Design and Drafting; Architectural Building Design and Engineering; Mechanical Design and Engineering; Civil Design and Engineering; GIS and Mapping; and Visualization and Animation. An introduction to computer graphic systems, equipment and applications using Autodesk software. Special emphasis will be placed on the practical foundation/ background to use this software, system and equipment. This course helps to prepare students for Autodesk certification exams.

5 Units

4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Introduction to various network operating systems and network technologies as they emerge.

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

ADVANCED MACROMEDIA FLASH

CAST-052B-02W TBA TBA TBA SETO ONLINE CAST-052B-02W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CNET-075D-01W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CNET-075D-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

BUSINESS SKILLS FOR SERVICE/ SUPPORT & PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Units

Location

 41149

 41143

CNET 119

Instructor

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent; COIN 61 and current Internet technologies (Web browsers, common graphics formats, FTP). 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 6 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Advanced concepts and techniques of Macromedia Flash. Hands-on experience developing interactive Web-based multimedia presentations incorporating ActionScript, sound and graphics. This course is based on knowledge and principles of Macromedia Flash.

Advisory: CNET 75A and 75B. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. This course covers Windows Server 2008 application platform technologies including IIS 7.0 Web Server, FTP, SMTP, RPC over HTTPS, Terminal Services and Streaming. Course content includes installations, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting. CNET 75D maps to Microsoft exam 70-643, Windows Server 2008 Application Platform Configuration.

SELECTED TOPICS IN NETWORK TECHNOLOGY

Time Days

CAST-052A-04W TBA TBA TBA MASSALSKI ONLINE CAST-052A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CNET-075C-01W TBA TBA TBA JOHNSON ONLINE CNET-075C-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CNET 80B

Title

 41148

 41131

WINDOWS SERVER 2008 APPLICATION PLATFORMS

Activity

Introduction to the Macromedia Flash multimedia authoring environment. Hands-on experience developing streaming Web-based multimedia presentations incorporating animation, sound, graphics and interactivity.

Advisory: CNET 75A and 75B. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. This course provides the knowledge and skills to install, configure, manage and monitor Windows Server 2008 Active Directory services. Course content includes Domain, Certificate, Federation, Rights Management and Lightweight Directory Services. CNET 75C maps to Microsoft Exam 70-640, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration.

CNET 75D

Course ID

CAST 80

5 Units

SELECTED TOPICS IN SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to various software application technologies as they emerge.

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent; COIN 61 and current Internet technologies (Web browsers, common graphics formats, FTP). 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 6 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit.

4 Units

 41204

CAST-080.-01W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE CAST-080.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CAST 90A

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

CAST 107D

CAST 109F

Computing on the Internet

4 Units

Computers, Technology & Information Systems

COIN 51

4 Units

INTERNET TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATIONS: INTRODUCTION

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent, or familiarity with UNIX. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Using the Internet to connect and communicate over the World Wide Web and e-mail, retrieve current useful information using searching tools, prepare a simple HTML Web page, locate Internet resources to find software and answers to troubleshooting problems and use evolving internet technologies and resources.

 40486

COIN-051.-04W TBA TBA TBA WILL ONLINE COIN-051.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

 41247

CAST-093A-01W TBA TBA TBA O’NEAL ONLINE CAST-093A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

COIN 56

E-BUSINESS

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent; COIN 61 or equivalent; familiarity with Internet commerce and E-business; Internet connectivity. 4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Foundations and principles of electronic commerce and doing business on the Internet. Topics include business models, value and supply chains, business strategy, electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic payments & digital currency, integrating channels of business (walk-in, mail, phone, Internet), e-marketing, intranets and extranets, security risks and legal issues in e-commerce, and Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS). Current topics about latest e-business trends will be discussed, including peer-to-peer commerce, public and private exchanges, e-hubs and e-marketplaces, technology trends in enterprise computing including Web services and knowledge management, and global e-commerce and development considerations.

.5 Unit

Advisory: Pass/No Pass; not open to students with credit in CIS 102. 1 hour lecture-laboratory. Beginning keyboarding course covering the operation of the keyboard using the touch system and the development of correct techniques to interact more efficiently with desktop computers, computer terminals or electronic communication systems. Designed for independent skill learning.

41356 CAST-102.-01 L-L TBA TBA VELA TBA CAST-102.-01: Course fee, $3. Contact the instructor at Velajenny@fhda.edu or (650) 949-7623 for orientation information. This course is self paced.

MICROSOFT WORD I

(650) 949-7236 www.foothill.edu/ctis/

Department offers an AS degree in Internet Technology. It features e-commerce, Web administration, Web programming and Web publishing emphases. Review department Web page or contact the division office for more information.

Advisory: CIS 50A. 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Provides the student with a step-by-step approach to developing efficient and effective presentations using an assortment of presentation media. The dual focus is on the development and delivery of presentation content and the use of sophisticated computer applications for effective presentations. Topics include organizing the presentation, developing content, use of presentation applications such as Powerpoint and Astound, putting a presentation on the Web and other presentation delivery techniques.

Advisory: CIS 50A. 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 1.5 hours terminal time. May be taken 4 times for credit.

3 Units

CAST-109F-01W TBA TBA TBA O’NEAL ONLINE CAST-109F-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CAST-092B-01W TBA TBA TBA MASSALSKI ONLINE CAST-092B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CAST 104A

USING ACCESS

 41254

 41237

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING SKILLS

3 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent. .5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 1.5 hours laboratory. Introduction to Microsoft Access, a relational database management software tool.

1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Advanced concepts and methods of Adobe Photoshop and its use in developing images and creating special effects and problem solving. Software capabilities and limitations; hands-on experience.

CAST 102

EXCEL: BASICS

CAST-107D-01W TBA TBA TBA PARKHURST ONLINE CAST-107D-01W: Offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CAST-092A-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:15 AM W STAFF MC L-L 11:15 AM–12:30 PM W STAFF MC LAB TBA TBA STAFF MC CAST-092A-01: Course fee, $3. This course is taught on a MAC. Some course meetings may be held online.  41177 CAST-092A-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:15 AM W GRZAN MC I2 TBA TBA TBA GRZAN ONLINE L-L 11:15 AM–12:30 PM W GRZAN MC I2 CAST-092A-02: Course fee, $3. Some course meetings may be held online.  41234 CAST-092A-06W TBA TBA TBA HOUGH ONLINE

POWERPOINT: EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS

Units

Location

 41253

4 Units

 41156

CAST 93A

Instructor

Advisory: CIS 50A 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 1.5 hours laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Hands-on introduction to Excel and its use in creating worksheets, graphs, databases and macros across various microcomputer platforms.

1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to Adobe Photoshop, an image processing software tool. Hands-on experience with the basic elements and tools to set up files, manage documents, and perform basic image processing.

ADVANCED ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

Time Days

CAST-104A-01W TBA TBA TBA FARBER ONLINE CAST-104A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

LEC 6:00 PM–  7:15 PM W HOUGH MC I2 L-L 7:20 PM–  8:35 PM W HOUGH MC I2 TBA TBA TBA HOUGH ONLINE CAST-090A-01: Middlefield campus. Some course meetings may be held online.  41222 CAST-090A-03W TBA TBA TBA EVANS ONLINE CAST-090A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

CAST 92B

Title

 41251

 41355 CAST-090A-01

INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

Activity

Hands-on experience, including formatting, editing, saving, and printing letters, memos and other short documents, with an introduction to the spelling checker and use of the thesaurus.

1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to Adobe Illustrator, a software drawing tool. Hands-on experience with the basic elements and tools of Adobe Illustrator to produce one-page illustrations.

CAST 92A

Course ID

 40492

COIN-056.-02W TBA TBA TBA STAFF ONLINE COIN-056.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

3 Units

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

COIN 61

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PUBLISHING ON THE WEB USING HTML/XHTML

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

COIN 70B

5 Units

COIN 72

WEB MARKETING

41325 COIN-072.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM W TBA TBA TBA  40695 COIN-072.-01W TBA TBA TBA

5 Units

COIN 74A

4 Units

TBA TBA WILL

WEB PUBLISHING TOOLS: DREAMWEAVER BASICS

TBA TBA ONLINE

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A, COIN 51 and 61 strongly advised. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. An introduction to the Dreamweaver environment including principals and methods of planning, designing and creating successful web sites. The class is designed for students who intend to pursue a Web development career or for those who want a basic understanding of web site creation to enhance their own work or career path. Basic concepts include creating a basic web site, remote site access (FTP), text formatting and manipulation, linking, cascading style sheets, graphics (including image maps, rollovers and navigation bars), tables and layout, layers, frames and site marketing using metadata. Techniques of authoring, maintaining and testing for different users, browsers and platforms will be discussed.

40696 COIN-074A-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM M SCHALES 4006 TBA TBA TBA SCHALES ONLINE COIN-074A-01: Course fee, $3. Some classes may be held online.  40545 COIN-074A-04W TBA TBA TBA SCHALES ONLINE COIN-074A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

5 Units

Advisory: Prior programming experience; CIS 52A or database experience. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Introduction to web application development with Ruby on Rails. Students learn how to create database-driven web applications using the Ruby language and the Rails framework.

COIN 78

EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE (XML)

5 Units

Advisory: COIN 61 or equivalent; working knowledge of HTML. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and document structuring. Hands-on exercises developing XML documents, validation with Document Type Definition (DTD) and XML schema (XSD), and data presentation with eXtensible Style Language (XSL) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Survey of recommended XML documents including XHTML, and a brief introduction to RSS, RDF, and XML sitemaps.

 40693

COIN-067.-01W TBA TBA TBA MEADE ONLINE COIN-067.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING USING JAVASCRIPT

5 Units

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent; COIN 51, 56, and 61 or equivalent. 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory time. May be taken 3 times for credit. Marketing concepts and theories on how to market and advertise your web site effectively on the Internet. Classroom critiques of your site, fine tuning to compete with successful online business models.

 41481 COIN-065.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM Th SETO MC I2 TBA TBA TBA SETO TBA COIN-065.-01: Course fee, $4. Some course meetings may be held online.  40524 COIN-065.-02W TBA TBA TBA CHAN ONLINE COIN-065.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

COIN 70A

USING JAVASCRIPT

COIN-070B-01W TBA TBA TBA CHAN ONLINE COIN-070B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Advisory: COIN 61 and 63 strongly advised. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have changed the focus of web development from presentation to structure. This class will discuss separating web content from formatting so that the resulting markup will render more quickly and, through the use of CSS, be presented in a variety of user agents. The class is designed for students who intend to pursue a web development career or for those who want a more advanced understanding of web site creation to enhance their own work or career path. Basic concepts include XHTML markup, methods of styling a document, CSS syntax, fonts and text, positioning elements, basic and advanced page layout and interface components.

RUBY ON RAILS - WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Units

Location

 40535

TBA TBA WATKINS TBA TBA TBA WATKINS ONLINE COIN-063.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

COIN 67

Instructor

Advisory: COIN 63 and 70A or prior experience with an object oriented programming language (C/C++/JAVA). 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Using JavaScript to create interactive web sites by taking advantage of the Document Object Model (DOM), dynamic creation of content, advanced forms processing, window/frame manipulation, cookies, shopping carts, browser detection and other related elements. This class is designed for students who have intermediate-level knowledge of an object-oriented programming language.

 40518 COIN-063.-04W TBA TBA

USING CASCADING STYLE SHEETS FOR DESIGN

Time Days

COIN-070A-02W TBA TBA TBA SUR ONLINE COIN-070A-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Advisory: CIS 50A, COIN 51 or equivalent, and COIN 61. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Exploration of advanced technologies in Web publishing which work with Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) and electronic publishing on the Web. Hands-on experience in producing a multipage Web site using technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets, Multimedia, Dynamic HTML, XML, CGI, JavaScript and other relevant technologies; uploading and modifying Web documents to a Web server; interacting with a client; planning, designing, testing and maintaining a web site. This course is based on knowledge of navigating the Internet and browsing the Web, and prior experience coding in basic HTML.

COIN 65

Title

 40531

41303 COIN-061.-01 LEC TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA COIN-061.-01: Course fee, $4. Some course meetings may be held online.  40498 COIN-061.-07W TBA TBA TBA WATKINS ONLINE COIN-061.-07W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

ADVANCED TOPICS IN WEB PUBLISHING

Activity

An introduction to computer programming using the JavaScript language. Students will receive a strong foundation of understanding and practice with basic programming concepts including problem solving strategies and syntax including data types, variables, functions, events, control structures, arrays, strings, dates and math and basic form validation. The class is designed for students who intend to pursue careers in web programming or web administration or those who want a basic understanding of programming to enhance other web-related career paths. No prior programming experience is required or expected.

Advisory: CIS 50A or equivalent; COIN 51. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to electronic publishing on the Web using HTML and XTHML. Students will produce a multi-page Web site with image, text, and links; tables, frames, forms and simple multimedia. Uploading and modifying documents to a web server, interacting with a client, and planning, designing, testing and maintaining a Web site will also be emphasized. This course is based on knowledge of navigating the Internet and browsing the Web.

COIN 63

Course ID

5 Units

Advisory: COIN 63. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit.

40697 COIN-078.-03 LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM Th TBA TBA TBA COIN-078.-03: Course fee, $3. Some classes may be taught online.

CORMIA SCHALES

4006 ONLINE

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

COIN-078.-04W TBA TBA TBA CORMIA ONLINE COIN-078.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

INTERNET PROGRAMMING WITH XML

5 Units

Advisory: COIN 78; familiarity with HTML, JavaScript and JAVA or C# programming language, SQL and XML. 4 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Advanced topics in Internet programming focusing on the use and integration of XML, DHTML, AJAX, Java/.NET and database technologies for Web 2.0 application development. This course is intended for students in the Internet programming discipline and professionals who need to develop handson programming skills specifically for integrating XML with other technologies and development of Web Services, including the use of REST, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.

41362 41363 41364

5 Units

Advisory: Internet Technology, social and/or behavioral science (sociology/psychology). 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Introduction to the field of social computing, social networking, and collaboration tools and process. Emphasis on human and social interactions mediated by technology networks, and engineering and optimization of high performance workgroups, especially in addressing complex social and environmental problems. Overview of Web 2.0 tools, social portals, and current Internet technology, and the benefits of social collaboration tools in local and global problem solving. Introduction to the field of social computing and social network analysis, and implementation of effective collaboration tools and process, including workflow and workgroups. Course work will include developing and deploying social networking tools and strategy as part of a local (or global) community problem or issue. A key learning outcome of this interdisciplinary course is developing a working understanding of collaboration as both a core competency and practice for effective social development.

 40699 COIN-083.-01 TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  9:50 PM W  40692 COIN-083.-02W TBA TBA TBA

CORMIA SCHALES CORMIA

41365 41366 41367

CWE 55C

CWE 55

ONLINE 4006 ONLINE

(650) 949-7232 www.foothill.edu/coop/

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

1 Unit

Prerequisite: Student must be working in a job related to a declared occupational, vocational or educational goal. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit is required. 5 hours laboratory. Any combination of CWE 55 and 75 series may be taken for a maximum of 24 untis The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for a student employed in a job related vocational, occupational, or educational major. The program reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The work experience will increase the students’awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problelm-solving, interpersonal and transferable skills. A proactive approach towards a students’ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete amd measurable learning objectives.

41359 41360 41361

CWE -055.-01 CWE -055.-02 CWE -055.-03

CWE 55A

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

4128 4128 4128

3 Units

CWE -055B-01 CWE -055B-02 CWE -055B-03

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

TBA 4128 4128

4 Units

Formerly: CWE 51Z Prerequisite: Students must be working in a job related to a declared occupational, vocational or educational goal. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit is required. 20 hours laboratory. Any combination of 55 and 75 series may be taken for a maximum of 24 units. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for a student employed in a job related to a vocational, occupational, or educational major. The course reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The work experience will increase students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving ,interpersonal and transferable skills. A proactive approach towards a students’ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives.

Cooperative Work Experience Education Computers, Technology & Information Systems

Title

Formerly: CWE 51Y Prerequisite: Students must be working in a job related to a declared occupational, vocational or educational goal. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit is required. 15 hours laboratory. Any combination of 55 and 75 series may be taken for a maximum of 24 units. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for a student employed in a job related to a vocational, occupational, or educational major. The course reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The work experience will increase students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving , interpersonal and transferable skills. A proactive approach towards a students’career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives.

COIN-078B-02W TBA TBA TBA CHAN TBA COIN-078B.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

SOCIAL COMPUTING IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

CWE -055A-01 CWE -055A-02 CWE -055A-03

CWE 55B

 40698

COIN 83

Activity

Any combination of CWE 55 and 75 series, may be taken for a maximum of 24 units The CWE Program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for a student employed in a job related vocational, occupational or educational major. The program reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The work experience will increase the students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving, interpersonal and transferable skills. A proactive approach towards a students’ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives.

 40551

COIN 78B

Course ID

41368 41369 41370

CWE 56

CWE -055C-01 CWE -055C-02 CWE -055C-03

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: COMMUNITY SERVICE

4128 4128 4128

1 Unit

Prerequisites: Student must be volunteering in a non-profit organization. 40 hours of volunteer work per quarter for each unit of credit. 40 hours of volunteer employment. Any combination of CWE 55 and 56 series courses may be taken for a maximum of 24 units. The course promotes community service/volunteering learning in a supervised setting within a community agency. The community service agency must be approved by the instructor. The experience reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The community service experience will increase the students’ awareness of cultural, global skills as well as knowledge of the human service agency dynamics and environment. Awareness of and sensitivity to community needs will be developed through measurable learning objectives with an emphasis on transition to a career path in a social services setting.

4128 4128 4128

2 Units

Formerly: CWE 51X Prerequisite: Student must be working in a job related to a declared occupational, vocational, or educational goal. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter unit of credit is required. One hundred hours paid employment.

41371

CWE -056.-01

TBA

TBA TBA

URRUTIA

4128

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CWE 65A

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: APPRENTICE-SHEET METAL

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

CWE -065A-01 CWE -065A-02 CWE -065A-03 CWE -065A-04

CWE 65B

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

KONIGSBERG LONG MOSHER TBA

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: APPRENTICE-SOUND & COMMUNICATIONS

41379

CWE -065B-01

CWE 65C

TBA

TBA TBA

LODATO

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: APPRENTICE-PLUMBING

CWE -065C-01 CWE -065C-03

CWE 65D

TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

41380 41381 41382

4 Units

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: APPRENTICE-ELECTRICAL

Time Days

Instructor

TBA

TBA TBA

TBA

GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

CWE -075.-01 CWE -075.-02 CWE -075.-03

CWE 75A

Units

Location

TBA

1 Unit

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

4128 4128 4128

2 Units

Prerequisite: Student must be employed. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit. One hundred hours paid employment. Any combination of the CWE 75 series may be taken for a maximum of 9 units. The CWE Program promotes on-the job learning experiences for students who are employed. The program reinforces workplace effectiveness and the attainment of transferable skills gained at the worksite. The work experience will increase a students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving, interpersonal and transferable skills. Workplace competencies will be developed through measurable learning objectives and with an emphasis on exploring career options in the workplace.

41383 41384 41385

TBA

CWE -075A-01 CWE -075A-02 CWE -075A-03

CWE 75B

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

4128 4128 4128

3 Units

Prerequisite: Student must be employed. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit. One hundred and 50 hours paid employment. Any combination of the CWE 75 series and 76 may be taken for a mximum of 9 units. The CWE Program promotes on-the job learning experiences for students who are employed. The program reinforces workplace effectiveness and the attainment of transferable skills gained at the worksite. The work experience will increase a students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving, interpersonal and transferable skills. Workplace competencies will be developed through measurable Learning Objectives and with an emphasis on exploring career options in the workplace.

4 Units

SPACE TBA

Title

Prerequisite: Student must be employed. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit. 50 hours of paid employment. Any combination of the CWE 75 series may be taken for a maximum of 9 units. The CWE Program promotes on-the job learning experiences for students who are employed. The program reinforces workplace effectiveness and the attainment of transferable skills gained at the worksite. The work experience will increase a students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment in addition to building communication, problem solving, interpersonal and transferable skills. Workplace competencies will be developed through measurable Learning Objectives and with an emphasis on exploring career options in the workplace.

: Student must be working in a trade related job and be attending a building trade apprenticeship program. 50 hours of paid employment per unit of credit is required Two hundred hours paid employment. May be taken for a maximum of 24 units. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for an apprentice/student employed in a job related vocational or occupational major. The program reinforces apprentice/student to apply occupational knowledge and theory gained from Plumbing Trade courses to the workplace. The work experience will build communication, problem-solving, interpersonal and transferable skills, in addition to increasing the apprentices‚/students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment. A proactive approach towards a students’ /apprentices‚ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives.

41377 41378

CWE -065D-03

CWE 75

Formerly: CWE 60A Student must be working in a trade related job and be attending a building trade apprenticeship program. 50 hours of paid employment per unit of credit is required. Two hundred hours paid employment. May be taken 6 times for credit. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for an apprentice/student employed in a job related vocational or occupational major. The program reinforces apprentice/student to apply occupational knowledge and theory gained from Sound and Communications Trade courses to the workplace. The work experience will build communication, problem-solving, interpersonal and transferable skills, in addition to increasing the apprentices‚/students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment. A proactive approach towards a students’ / apprentices‚ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives.

41376

Activity

diversity in the work environment. A proactive approach towards a students’ /apprentices‚ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives

Formerly: CWE 60A Student must be working in a trade related job and be attending a building trade apprenticeship program. 50 hours of paid employment per unit of credit is required Two hundred hours paid employment. May be taken 6 times for credit. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for an apprentice/student employed in a job related vocational or occupational major. The program reinforces apprentice/student to apply occupational knowledge and theory gained from Sheet Metal Trade courses to the workplace. The work experience will build communication, problem-solving, interpersonal and transferable skills, in addition to increasing the apprentices‚/students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment. A proactive approach towards a students’ /apprentices‚ career decision making process will be implemented by the development of concrete and measurable learning objectives. 41372 41373 41374 41375

Course ID

41386 41390 41387

CWE 75C

CWE -075B-01 CWE -075B-02 CWE -075B-03

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN JORDAN

GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

4128 4128 4128

4 Units

Prerequisite: Student must be employed. 50 hours of paid employment per quarter for each unit of credit. Two hundred hours paid employment. Any combination of 75 and 76 series of courses with a maximum of 9 units. The CWE Program promotes on-the job learning experiences for students who are employed. The course reinforces workplace effectiveness and the attainment of transferable skills, gained at the worksite. The work experience will increase a students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational diversity in the work environment, in addition to building communication, problem solving, interpersonal, and transferable skills. Workplace competencies will be developed through measurable learning objectives with an emphasis on exploring career options in the workplace.

TBA TBA

4 Units

Student must be working in a trade related job and be attending a building trade apprenticeship program. 50 hours of paid employment per unit of credit is required. Two hundred hours paid employment. May be taken for a maximum of 24 units. The CWE program promotes on-the-job learning experiences for an apprentice/student employed in a job related vocational or occupational major. The program reinforces apprentice/student to apply occupational knowledge and theory gained from Electrical Trade courses to the workplace. The work experience will build communication, problem-solving, interpersonal and transferable skills, in addition to increasing the apprentices‚/students’ awareness of cultural, global, and generational

41391 41392 41393

CWE -075C-01 CWE -075C-02 CWE -075C-03

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

URRUTIA JORDAN COLLETTE

4128 4128 4128

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

CWE 76

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE-COMMUNITY SERVICE

Units

Course Number

1 Unit

CNSL 85H

Location

CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

TRANSFER READINESS

Units

Location

1 Unit

Prerequisite: Student must be volunteering at a community service organization. 40 hours of volunteer community service per quarter for each unit of credit. 40 hours of volunteer employment. Any combination of CWE 56 and 76 series may be taken for a maximum of 6 units. The course promotes community service/volunteering learning in a supervised setting within a community agency. The community service agency must be approved by the instructor. The experience reinforces students to apply academic knowledge and theory gained from college course work to the workplace. The community service experience will increase the students’ awareness of cultural, global skills as well as knowledge of the human service agency dynamics and environment. Awareness of and sensitivity to community needs will be developed through measurable learning objectives with an emphasis on transition to a career path in a social services setting.

40008 CNSL-085H-01M LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM TTh LANE 8401 CNSL-085H-01M: Above course meets for six weeks and is designed for Mfumo students only. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A is required. 40568 CNSL-085H-03 LEC 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM MW EMANUEL 8330 CNSL-085H.-03: Above course meets for six weeks only starting 4/4/11-5/15/11.

Counseling

 40013

41394

CWE -076.-01

TBA

Counseling & Student Services

TBA TBA

URRUTIA

1 hour lecture. Learn to choose a college or university; prepare academically; apply and use counselors and transfer programs to enhance transfer eligibility.

CNSL 86LX

TBA

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE

 40015

1 Unit

 40016

CNSL 88

TBA

SMALL

AAAAAA

2 Units

TBA

TBA

TBA

SMALL

LEADERSHIP LABORATORY

AAAAAA

3 Units

CNSL-86LZ-01

TBA

TBA

TBA

SMALL

LEADERSHIP: THEORIES, STYLES & REALITIES

AAAAAA

1 Unit

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 110 or ESLL 25. 1 hour lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Continued development and further study into the dynamics of working groups and the impact of leadership on the effectiveness of groups; examination of the linkage between concepts and theories of leadership to the everyday functioning of student organizations; understand the role played by structure and governance models in organizational effectiveness.

1 Unit

 40017

CNSL-088.-01 TBA TBA TBA SMALL CNSL088.-01: Above course meets for the full quarter. Phone (650)949-7218 for information.

AAAAAA

CNSL 89

1 Unit

ADVANCED LEADERSHIP: THEORIES, STYLES & REALITIES

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 110 or ESLL 25. 1 hour lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Advanced study in the dynamics of working groups and the impact of leadership on the effectiveness of groups; examination of the linkage between concepts and theories of leadership to the everyday functioning of student organizations; understand the role played by structure and governance models in organizational effectiveness.

 40006

CNSL-051.-01 TBA TBA TBA ARREOLA TRIGONIS AAAAAA CNSL-051.-01: Course is designed for Pass the Torch members only. This class is a late start class that begins 5/2/11. To register for the class, please visit the Pass the Torch office in Room 5999 or call (650) 949-7358.

EFFECTIVE STUDY

TBA

9 hours laboratory. Any combination of CNSL 86LX–86LZ may be taken for a maximum of 18 units. Practical field experience for students in campus leadership positions, related to material being presented in CNSL 86.

1 hour lecture. Pass the Torch is a one-on-one study team program that pairs two students in English Composition, English as Second Language Composition and Mathematics classes. One student has earned an A in the class or a higher level of the subject and as Team Leader provides academic support to the other student who is currently enrolled in the class and as Team Member is the recipient of the academic support. Exploration of learning concepts and strategies essential to succeeding in Pass the Torch as a team member in mathematics, English/ESL composition classes.

CNSL 53

TBA

LEADERSHIP LABORATORY

CNSL-86LY-01

CNSL 86LZ

40001 CNSL-050.-03 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM TTh STAFF 3201 CNSL-050.-03: Above course meets for six weeks only starting 4/5/11-5/12/11. 40002 CNSL-050.-04 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM TTh CELLILO 8216 CNSL-050.-04: Above course meets for six weeks only 4/5/11-5/12/11. 40004 CNSL-050.-07 TBA TBA TBA GEORGE TBA CNSL050.-07: Course is self-paced (not online). Call (650) 949-7298 for required orientation meeting times and dates. 40005 CNSL-050.-08 TBA TBA TBA GEORGE TBA CNSL050.-08: Course is self-paced (not online). Call (650) 949-7298 for required orientation meeting times and dates.  40619 CNSL-050.-10W TBA TBA TBA ADAMS ONLINE CNSL-050.-10W: Offered via Internet and is a six week class which runs 4/4/11-5/15/11. . After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

PASS THE TORCH TRAINING: LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS PAIRED IN ONE-ON-ONE STUDY TEAMS

1 Unit

6 hours laboratory. Any combination of CNSL 86LX–86LZ may be taken for a maximum of 18 units. Practical field experience for students in campus leadership positions, related to material being presented in CNSL 86.

1 hour lecture. Orientation to Foothill College academic policies, resources, programs and services; introduction to California systems of higher education; formulation of educational plan.

CNSL 51

CNSL-86LX-01

CNSL 86LY

Appointments: (650) 949-7423 Information: (650) 949-7296 www.foothill.edu/transfer/counseling.html

All CNSL 50 classes meet the first 6 weeks of the quarter unless otherwise noted. It is recommended that the student complete math and English assessments before entering the CNSL 50 classes.

CNSL 50

LEADERSHIP LABORATORY

3 hours laboratory. Any combination of CNSL 86LX–86LZ may be taken for a maximum of 18 units. Practical field experience for students in campus leadership positions, related to material being presented in CNSL 86.

40018 CNSL-089.-01 LEC 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM T SMALL CNSL-089.-01: Above course meets for the full quarter. Phone (650)949-7218 for information.

3 Units

3 hours lecture. Approaches to college learning, including diagnosis of difficulties and a development of new skills.

CNSL 90

INTRODUCTION TO ONLINE LEARNING

4204

1 Unit

Advisory: Familiarity with an Internet Browser and E-mail recommended. 1 hour lecture, 1.5 hours computer time. This course covers concepts, tools and techniques for success in on-line learning. Through selfassessment, On-line interaction, and use of the various tools and resources of the Internet the student will develop an understanding of the skills needed to be successful when engaging in on-line instruction.

 40007

CNSL-053.-01W TBA TBA TBA VANCE-LEE ONLINE CNSL-053.01W: The above course is offered via internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40256

CNSL-090.-01W TBA TBA TBA CELLILO CNSL-090.-01W: This is a fully online ETUDES based class. You will need internet access for the class.

TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

CNSL 175

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

EOPS: THE ROAD TO COLLEGE SUCCESS - MORE THAN JUST BOOKS

Units

Course Number

1 Unit

DANC 3A

Location

CRN

41016 41018

8330

8330

DANC 3B

CRWR 41A

(650) 949-7678 www.foothill.edu/la/

POETRY WRITING

41020

5 Units

DANC 4

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Explicit instruction and practice in writing poetry. Assignments include reading, analyzing and responding to published and student work and writing original work. Lecture and workshop.

41406  41405

CRWR-041A-01W TBA TBA TBA DAUER ONLINE CRWR-041A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

ADVANCED POETRY WRITING

DANC 5

5 Units

 41407

DANC 6

 40742

CRWR-041B-01W TBA TBA TBA DAUER ONLINE CRWR-041B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

41408

(650) 949-7741 www.foothill.edu/dance

FUNDAMENTALS OF BALLET I

DANC 7

DANC 1B

DANC-001A-02

LAB 10:00 AM–11:15 AM MW

1 Unit

DILEONARDO

FUNDAMENTALS OF BALLET II

41021

2504

DANC 10

1 Unit

DANC-001B-02

LAB 10:00 AM–11:15 AM MW

DILEONARDO

DANC-003A-01 DANC-003A-02

LAB 10:00 AM–11:15 AM TTh LAB 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM M

GONG III GONG III

INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE

2504 2504

1 Unit

DANC-003B-01

LAB 6:30 PM–  9:20 PM W

GONG III

BALLROOM & SOCIAL DANCE

2504

1 Unit

DANC-004.-01 DANC-004.-02

LAB 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM F LAB 6:00 PM–  8:40 PM W

FRANKEL HUNTER

WORLD DANCE

2507 MCGMB

1 Unit

DANC-005.-03

LAB 10:00 AM–11:15 AM TTh

FRANKEL

BEGINNING COUNTRY-WESTERN LINE DANCING

MCPAV

1 Unit

DANC-006.-02

LAB 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM S

FRANKEL

CHOREOGRAPHY

2504

1 Unit

DANC-007.-01

LAB 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM TTh

GONG III

TOPICS IN DANCE HISTORY

2504

4 Units

Formerly: H P 70 4 hours lecture. A comprehensive study of the evolution of theatrical dance in the western world from the 16th century through the present day. Includes the eras of French court ballet, ballet d’action, romantic and classical ballet, modern, post-modern and contemporary dance. Examines topics in dance as an art form, including history, traditions, trends; outstanding artists and works; practice in observing and understanding dance in a historical and cultural context. Analysis of dance as an expression of social order, power, classical art, a medium of cultural fusion, and as an expression of individual artists.

3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation into the intermediate/advanced fundamentals of ballet technique and training. Includes the intermediate/advanced vocabulary and practice of barre and center floor exercises.

41044

1 Unit

Formerly: H P 34 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Exploration of the basic principles and theories of choreography and composition and the tools for defining the creative process.

3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to the elementary fundamentals of ballet technique and training. Includes the basic vocabulary and practice of barre and center floor exercises.

41042

BEGINNING JAZZ DANCE

Units

Location

Formerly: H P 47 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to the fundamental skills for Country and Western Line Dancing. Students will participate in a variety of dance steps designed to develop the coordination, skill, choreography and timing necessary for social line dancing.

Dance DANC 1A

Instructor

Formerly: H P 47D 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to the history and origins of multicultural dance forms. Students will learn the basic steps, combinations, and finished dances of many traditional world dance forms.

Prerequisite: CRWR 41A. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Explicit instruction and practice in writing poetry. Assignments include reading, analyzing and responding to published and student work and writing original work. Class presentations and workshop leadership. Lecture and workshop.

Physical Education

Time Days

3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to ballroom andsocial dance techniques. Instruction and practice in Swing, Cha-Cha, Waltz, Fox Trot, Rhumba and Tango dances.

 40733

CRWR 41B

Title

Formerly: H P 33A 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Designed to give students an opportunity to practice and perfect intermediate jazz techniques. Emphasis on techniques presented as well as information on historical and stylistic perspectives of this dance form.

Creative Writing Language Arts

Activity

Formerly: H P 33 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to the fundamental technique of jazz dance. Emphasis is placed on class participation so that students may develop their knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of jazz dancing, including warm-up, stretch, isolations and choreography.

1 hour lecture. Course will introduce EOPS/CARE students to various EOPS services, policies and requirements governing programs. Course encourages collaborative learning, educational attainment, promotes student retention, persistence, success. Topics included: financial aid/scholarship applications, identifying campus resources, budgeting and managing money, cultural identity and experiences, goal-setting, self-esteem, career options, managing time.

40027 CNSL-175.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM MW WU CNSL-175.-01: Course meets from 4/11/11 to 5/18/11 and is designed for EOPS students only. 40028 CNSL-175.-02 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM TTh NAVA CNSL-175.-02: Course meets from 4/12/11 to 5/19/11 and is designed for EOPS students only.

Course ID

2504

 41029

DANC-010.-01W TBA

TBA

TBA

SHEWFELT

ONLINE

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

DANC 11

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

FOOTHILL REPERTORY DANCE COMPANY

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

3 Units

D A 74

DANC-011.-01

LAB 5:00 PM–10:50 PM F

GONG III

D A -074.-01

2504

D A 85

(650) 949-7351 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/dentala/

ADVANCED DENTAL ASSISTING SKILLS

D A 53C

LEC 10:00 AM–12:15 PM F LAB 1:00 PM–  4:50 PM F

3 Units

BENNETT MURPHY

DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY

D A 88

D A 60B

YAMAMOTO

5304

Dental Hygiene

LAB 2:00 PM–  4:50 PM W

YAMAMOTO

5304

Biological & Health Sciences

D A 62C

LEC 9:00 AM–10:15 AM LAB 10:20 AM–10:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–10:15 AM LAB 10:20 AM–10:50 AM

M M W W

DENTAL SCIENCES

D H 55A

D A 63

D A -062C-01

LEC 11:00 AM–12:50 PM M

8401 8401 8401 8401

40048

D H 56

SPECIAL PATIENT POPULATIONS

D A -063.-01

LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM W

MIYASAKI-CHING MIYASAKI-CHING MIYASAKI-CHING

5301 5301 TBA

1.5 Units

MIYASAKI-CHING STAFF

5301 5301

(650) 949-7538 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/dentalh/

FUNDAMENTALS OF PATHOLOGY I

2 Units

D H -055A-01

LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM M

HOROWITZ

APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY IN DENTISTRY

5302

2 Units

D H -056.-01W LEC TBA TBA CHAN ONLINE D H -056.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

5302

D H 57A

1 Unit

REED

5301 5301 TBA

 40049

PERIODONTICS

2 Units

Prerequisite: D H 52B. 2 hours lecture. Examination of anatomy and physiology of periodontium. Correlation of basic sciences with the clinical aspects of periodontal diseases. Etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal diseases.

1 hour lecture Discussion and development of techniques and/or equipment needed to meet the needs of special patient populations, including the physically and/or emotionally limited.

40383

MIYASAKI-CHING MIYASAKI-CHING MIYASAKI-CHING

Prerequisites: BIOL 58, D H 61A or licensed dental hygienist or dentist. 2 hours lecture. This course is a study of drugs by groups with special emphasis on those drugs and medications used in dentistry. The physical and chemical properties, dosage and therapeutic effects of each group of drug will be discussed. The dental hygiene implications for patients taking different drugs will be emphasized.

2 Units

REED

1 Unit

Prerequisite: D H 52B. 2 hours lecture. Introduction to general pathology and specific pathologic processes, repair, healing, and regressive changes. Social significance of pathology.

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Assisting Program. 2 hours lecture. Microbiologic and nutritional conditions related to dentistry; etiology, symptoms, transmission and control of infective and contagious diseases, nutritional physiology, and counseling, effect of nutrition on general dental health. Pharmacology of local anesthetic solutions, analgesic gases, and psychosedatives, and antibiotic agents. Use of nitrous oxide equipment.

40382

HOSP 5302

There is a selective admission process to enroll in these classes. For an application, call (650) 9497538.

3 Units

REED REED REED REED

3 Units

MIYASAKI-CHING MIYASAKI-CHING

PIT & FISSURE SEALANTS

LAB 2:00 PM–  4:50 PM M

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Assisting Program. 3 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to purchasing, inventory and cost control; banking, payroll and tax procedures; resume writing and interviewing techniques. Includes billing and insurance procedures, collection of accounts, treatment plans and case presentations, bookkeeping and accounting procedures. Instruction in both manual and computer applications.

40381 D A -060B-01

Units

Location

RDA REVIEW

40387 D A -088.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM S LAB 10:00 AM–11:50 AM S D A -088.-01: Class meets Fri/Sat/Sun, 5/7-5/16. Enroll in lab also.

1 Unit

DENTAL OFFICE BUSINESS PRACTICES

Instructor

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Assisting Program. 1 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory. Theory and practice for placement of sealants by the Registered Dental Assistant to prevent decay in the pit and fissure areas of the dentition.

5301 5301

Prerequisites: D A 53A and 53B. 3 hours laboratory. Intraoral techniques and film evaluation continued; film interpretation for dental charting; introduction to short cone and bisecting angle radiographic techniques.

40379 D A -053C-01 D A -053C-01: Course fee, $25. 40380 D A -053C-02 D A -053C-02: Course fee, $25.

LAB 9:00 AM–  4:50 PM TTh TBA 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F

40385 D A -085.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM W LAB 2:00 PM–  4:50 PM M LAB TBA TBA D A -085.-01: Enroll in one DA 85 lab also. 40386 D A -085.-02 LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM W LAB 2:00 PM–  4:50 PM W LAB TBA TBA

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Assisting Program. 2.5 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory. Continuation of techniques introduced in D A 51A and 51B to include pulp vitality testing, fluoride administration, intraoral/extraoral exam, polishing removable partial and full dentures, dental implants, and pedodontic procedures. Theory and practice of coronal polishing.

40378 D A -051C-01 D A -051C-01: Course fee, $15.

Time Days

Prerequisites: D A 51A and 51B. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory, 2 hours field study. May be taken 3 times for credit. Information necessary for completion of requirements for national certification and Registered Dental Assisting (RDA) licensure in the State of California. Review of chairside dental assisting procedures to prepare for written and practical examinations. Sizing of stainless steel crowns. Fabrication of temporary crowns and Class II temporary restorations.

There is a selective admission process to enroll in these classes. For an application, call (650) 9497538.

D A 51C

Title

DENTAL ASSISTING CLINICAL PRACTICE

 40384

Dental Assisting Biological & Health Sciences

Activity

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Assisting Program. 17 hours clinic, 2 hours field study. Continuation of techniques introduced in D A 51A, 51B and 73; supervised clinical experience in externship environment; advanced and specialty chair side procedures.

Formerly: H P 40P Advisory: DANC 11 and PHED 34G are interchangable. 15 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Supervised participation in scheduled productions of the dance department, in cast or crew. A laboratory course for the resident and touring company of the college, including instruction on the how to of a full-scale theatrical production for public performance.

41023

Course ID

5302

40050

D H -057A-01

LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM W

HOROWITZ

5302

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

D H 57C

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PERIODONTICS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

2 Units

D H 200L

Prerequisite: D H 57B. 2 hours lecture. The purpose of this course is to examine the role of the dental hygienist in nonsurgical periodontal therapy, periodontal surgical therapy, and periodontal maintenance therapy.A periodontal competency report both oral and written is required.

40051

D H 60E

D H -057C-01

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM T

HOROWITZ

DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY

D H 61B

D H -060E-01

L-L 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM T

INTRODUCTION TO CLINIC

D H 290X

D H 62D

LEC 1:30 PM–  3:20 PM T LEC 12:30 PM–  1:20 PM Th LAB TBA TBA

5302

4 Units

SPRAGGE SPRAGGE SPRAGGE

CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE

40374

D H 64

LAB TBA TBA LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM Th TBA TBA TBA

ETHICS, LAW & DENTAL OFFICE PRACTICES

40359

D H 75C

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM Th

CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE THEORY

40281

LEC 1:30 PM–  2:20 PM M LAB 2:30 PM–  5:20 PM M

5312

2 Units

L-L

TBA TBA

BETTENCOURT

5312

(650) 949-7538 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/ultra/

2 Units

LEC 5:00 PM–  6:50 PM M

SANDOVAL

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY II

6707

2 Units

Prerequisite: Admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour ETUDES-NG internet skills. Not Repeatable. Anatomy and physiology related to major and superficial structures and organs including sonography of abdominal organs and superficial structures. Assessment including physical, clinical symptoms, laboratory findings, and pathology including the sonographic appearances. Scanning protocols, technical factors and image quality.

5302

1.5 Units

KORNEGAY KORNEGAY

SPRAGGE

PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES OF DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY I

DMS -052A-01

DMS 53B

40282 DMS -053B-01

Prerequisite: Admission to Dental Hygiene Program. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory. This course is designed to aid the student in identifying an appropriate patient for the California State Board Exam for Dental Hygienists and in identifying and anticipating methods which will influence a successful state board experience. Supportive course to reinforce and amplify the knowledge and skills needed to perform dental hygiene procedures.

40057 D H -075C-01

TBA TBA

Prerequisite: Admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. 2 hours lecture. Not Repeatable. Principles of diagnostic ultrasound, wave characteristics, artifacts, propagation, acoustic variables, and review of mathematical skills.

2 Units

YAMAMOTO

L-L

DIRECTED STUDY

D H -290Z-01

DMS 52A

Prerequisite: D H 60A. 2 hours lecture. Continued experiences in the interpretation of intraoral and panoramic radiographs, including identification of normal and non-normal structures, radiographic considerations of bone and teeth and signs of pathology. Identification and interpretation of radiographic caries, periodontal disease, trauma, and dental anomalies. Introduction to digital radiography. D H -068A-01

1 Unit

There is a selective admission process to enroll in these classes. For an application, call (650) 9497538.

2 Units

D H -064.-01W LEC TBA TBA SPRAGGE ONLINE D H -064.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

40056

DIRECTED STUDY

Biological & Health Sciences

 40055

RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION

1.5 Units

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

5312 5301 TBA

2 hours lecture. This course covers the subjects of ethics, jurisprudence and practice aspects of dental hygiene practice. Emphasis will be placed on the challenges of providing ethical care in the clinical setting. The laws and regulations effecting the practice of dental hygiene will be analyzed and the scope of practice of dental professionals as outlined by the California Dental Practice Act will be examined.

D H 68A

Units

Location

Formerly: D H 190Z Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program. Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 6 hours laboratory. Enrichment activities to facilitate competency in dental hygiene skills. May include off-campus clinical rotations, community service, patient case study seminars, and attendance at professional dental hygiene meetings.

5 Units

HOROWITZ KORNEGAY KORNEGAY

Instructor

INTRODUCTION TO DENTAL HYGIENE

D H -290X-01

D H 290Z

5302 5302 5312

Prerequisite: D H 62C. 1 hour lecture, 15 hours clinic, 3 hours field experience. Continuation of clinical dental hygiene practice. Continuation of on- and off-campus clinical experiences. Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating dental hygiene care on patients in a clinical setting. Designed to complete the development of competencies demanded of the hygienist entering the field.

40054 D H -062D-01

Time Days

Formerly: D H 190X Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program. Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours laboratory. Enrichment activities to facilitate competency in dental hygiene skills. May include off-campus clinical rotations, community service, patient case study seminars, and attendance at professional dental hygiene meetings.

Prerequisites: Completion of D H 61A and 52B with grade of “C” or higher; possession of a current CPR certificate. 3 hours lecture, 6 hours clinic, 3 hours field experience. Continuation of clinical dental hygiene practice. Assessing, planning, and implementing dental hygiene care on patients in a clinical setting. Dental hygiene care for patients with special needs. Development of progress in clinical performance with each successive academic period.

40053 D H -061B-01

Title

40060 D H -200L-51 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM T BENNETT 5302  40061 D H -200L-52W LEC TBA TBA BENNETT ONLINE D H -200L-52W: On-line course. No wait list. Must request Late Add through foothillglobalaccess.org. Mandatory on-campus lab Sat & Sun, 6/5 & 6/6, 9am-5pm. Course fee, $10. Offered via Internet. After registering, you MUST refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

5302

.5 Unit

YAMAMOTO

Activity

3 hours lecture-laboratory. Introduction to the profession of dental hygiene. Emphasis on dental terminology, communication skills, licensure requirements and clinical and lab techniques related to dental hygiene clinical practice.

Prerequisite: D H 60D. 1 hour lecture-laboratory. Continuation of film exposure, processing and mounting; group-individual evaluation and interpretations of film.

40052

Course ID

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM M TBA TBA TBA

AUSTIN AUSTIN

6707 TBA

5113 5312

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

DMS 54B

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

GYNECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

2 Units

DMS 60C

LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM M TBA TBA TBA

AUSTIN AUSTIN

CRITIQUE & PATHOLOGY III

DMS -060C-01

DMS 70B

LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM M

6707 TBA

1 Unit

AUSTIN

CLINICAL PRECEPTORSHIP II

ECON 1B

DMS 290Y

TBA TBA TBA LAB 8:00 AM–  4:30 PM TTh LAB TBA TBA

6707

DIRECTED STUDY

ECON 9

TBA 6704 HOSP

DMS -290Y-01

L-L

1.5 Units

TBA TBA

AUSTIN

40212

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

5 Units

POLITICAL ECONOMY

ECON-009.-01

4 Units

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW

Biological & Health Sciences

6704

EMT 304

POWELL

3203

(650) 949-6955 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/emt/

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN: BASIC PART A

3 Units

Prerequisite: HLTH 5 or First Responder Course or equivalent work experience as determined by the instructor. 7 hours lecture-laboratory. This course is designed to instruct a student to the level of Emergency Medical Technician-Basic who serves as a vital link in the chain of the health care team. It is recognized that the majority of prehospital emergency medical care will be provided by the EMT-Basic. This course includes all skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with a fire department, or other specialized service. This course is the first of two courses required to be eligible to take the California written and practical exam for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician I.

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

For more information about the online economics degree, access www.foothillglobalaccess. org/main/aa_econ.htm

ECON 1A

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

Emergency Medical Technician

Economics Business & Social Sciences

Units

Location

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in POLI 9. 4 hours lecture. Overview of political economy emphasizing the interplay between economics and politics in the formulation of public policy. Policy issues of current significance emphasized.

Formerly: DMS 190Y Advisory: Pass/No Pass .5 hour lecture, 5.5 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. For students who desire or require additional help in attaining comprehension and competency in learning skills.

40360

Instructor

40208 ECON-001B-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW STAFF 3307 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F STAFF 3307 40209 ECON-001B-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh PATYK 3308 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F PATYK 3308 40210 ECON-001B-03 LEC 1:00 PM–  3:15 PM MW MOGLEN 3307 ECON-001B-03: Class meets both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via Internet (1 hr/wk). Access is available on campus for those who do not have other Internet access. 40211 ECON-001B-04 LEC 12:00 PM–  2:15 PM TTh VERISSIMO-BATES 3301  40092 ECON-001B-05W TBA TBA TBA VERISSIMO-BATES ONLINE ECON-001B-05W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

8 Units

AUSTIN MCSWEENEY SANDOVAL

Time Days

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture. Micro analysis of economic life. Allocation of resources. Consumer behavior. Pricing and output decisions. Distribution of wealth and income. Nature and characteristics of business enterprises. International trade. Comparative economic systems. ECON 1A and ECON 1B may be taken in either order.

Prerequisite: DMS 70A. 32 hours laboratory, 1 hour skills, 1 hour case research & presentation. This is a 12 week course. Not Repeatable. Designed as a preceptorship in a medical setting to obtain the technical expertise with emphasis on mastery of knowledge, skills, and abilities required performing sonographic studies and procedures. The student is exposed to varied methodologies and practice philosophies in a variety of clinical settings. The major emphasis is on the knowledge and performance for abdominal, obstetrics, and gynecology examinations.

40285 DMS -070B-01

Title

ECON-001A-04W TBA TBA TBA PATYK ONLINE ECON-001A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40090 ECON-001A-05W TBA TBA TBA PATYK ONLINE ECON-001A-05W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40091 ECON-001A-06W TBA TBA TBA PATYK ONLINE ECON-001A-06W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40351 ECON-001A-07 LEC 1:00 PM–  3:15 PM MW VERISSIMO-BATES 3308

Prerequisite: Admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. 1 hour lecture. Not Repeatable. Interpretation and critique of normal and abnormal anatomy with correlation of didactic, clinical and image information. Written and oral case presentations with emphasis on gynecological and abdominal subjects.

40284

Activity

 40089

Prerequisite: Admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. 2 hours lecture, .5 hour ETUDES-NG internet skills. Not Repeatable. Anatomy and physiology of the nongravid pelvis and first trimester pregnancy. Pathology, sonographic appearance, and clinical symptoms of the female patient. Sonographic protocols and measurements with correlations to accepted standards.

40283 DMS -054B-01

Course ID

5 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture. Fundamental economic concepts; determination of national income and employment; income fluctuation; money and the banking system; government monetary and fiscal policies; current economic problems; economic development; international trade. ECON 1A or ECON 1B may be taken in either order.

 40388

EMT -304.-01 L-L 5:30 PM–  8:45 PM TTh WYATT MC C2 EMT -304.-01: HLTH 55 or First Responder Course* (*defined as the American Red Cross Emergency Response course. In addition, either the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer card or the American Heart Association CPR for the Health Care Professional card must be obtained). Course fee, $35.

EMT 305

40205 ECON-001A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh STAFF 3307 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F STAFF 3307 ECON-001A-01: Class meets both on campus (4 hrs/wk) and via Internet (1 hr/wk). Access is available on campus for those who do not have other Internet access. 40206 ECON-001A-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh PATYK 3308 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F PATYK 3308 40207 ECON-001A-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW MOGLEN 3307 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F MOGLEN 3307

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN: BASIC PART B

4 Units

Prerequisite: Successful completion of EMT 304 in the last six months. Advisory: EMT 305 is part two of two courses required to be eligible to take the California State written and practical exam for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-I. 7 hours lecture-laboratory, 1.5 hours clinic. This course is the second of two courses required to be eligible to take the California State written and practical exam for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician - I. Designed to instruct a student to the level of Emergency Medical Technician-Basic who serves as a vital link in the

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

EMT -305.-01: Course fee, $15.

TBA TBA MW L-L 5:30 PM–  8:45 PM MW

HUSEMAN WYATT

MC C2 MC C2

ENGR 10

(650) 949-6955 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/paramed/

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM: COGNITIVE & AFFECTIVE IIIA

EMTP 62B

GREEN GREEN

11 Units

ENGR 37

EMTP 63A

CRAWFORD CRAWFORD PRIMROSE

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM: HOSPITAL SPECIALTY ROTATIONS

ENGR 37L

TBA TBA TBA TBA

LOWDER LOWDER

LEC 1:00 PM–  2:15 PM TTh LAB 2:30 PM–  3:45 PM TTh

WONG WONG

LEC 2:00 PM–  4:15 PM TTh LAB TBA TBA

WANG WANG

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABORATORY

4223 4223

5 Units

4201 TBA

2 Units

Corequisite: ENGR 37. 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. Practical verification of theorems and concepts learned in ENGR 37 (Circuit Analysis) through experimentation. Included will be experiments in DC and AC circuits involving the utilization of a variety of instruments such as DC/AC meters, regulated power supplies, signal generators, oscilloscopes and frequency counters.

HOSP HOSP

8.5 Units

ENGR 45

L-L 12:00 PM–12:30 PM TTh LAB 12:30 PM–  1:45 PM TTh

WANG WANG

PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS

5406 5406

5 Units

Prerequisite: CHEM 1B and MATH 1C. Corequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 4B. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory, 2 hours TBA. Properties of engineering materials related to basic structure; applications to the selection and use of engineering materials.

40680 ENGR-045.-01

HOSP HOSP HOSP

ENGR 49

LEC 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM TTh L-L 4:00 PM–  4:50 PM Th LAB 5:00 PM–  6:50 PM Th LAB TBA TBA

JOHNSEN JOHNSEN JOHNSEN JOHNSEN

ENGINEERING PROFESSION

5501 SJSU SJSU TBA

1 Unit

1 hour lecture. A study of the engineering profession, its requirements, opportunities and responsibilities. A preview of the applications of basic science to engineering problems. Review of engineering case studies.

3 Units

41310

Formerly: EMTP 102 Prerequisites: EMTP 60A and 60B. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in EMTP 102. Corequisites: EMTP 61A and 61B. 1.5 hour lecture, 6.5 hours clinic. May be taken 4 times for credit. Specialty hospital rotations in the following departments: pediatrics, pediatric intensive care unit, labor and delivery, surgery (airway management), respiratory therapy, and other selected hospital areas.

40758 EMTP-063A-01 LEC LAB

4 Units

INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

41302 ENGR-037.-01

Prerequisites: EMTP 60A, 60B, 61A, and 61B. Corequisite: EMTP 62A. 5.5 hours lecture, 4 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. The cognitive and affective basis for EMT students wishing to become EMT paramedics. The paramedic: anatomy and physiology; pharmacology; ambulance operations; medical incident command; terrorism and weapons of mass destruction; rescue awareness and operations hazardous material incidents; crime scene awareness; ambulance 911 call simulations and case studies for the following topics: prehospital trauma life support; neonatology; pediatrics; geriatrics; abuse, neglect, and assault; gynecology; obstetrics; patients with special challenges; chronic care patients.

 40438 EMTP-062B-01 LEC 9:30 AM–  4:45 PM W L-L TBA TBA LAB TBA TBA

Units

Location

(650) 949-7259 www.foothill.edu/psme/

Prerequisites: MATH 1B and PHYS 4B. 5 hours lecture, 2 hours TBA. The analysis of lumped, linear circuits, natural and forced circuit response.

41304 ENGR-037L-01

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM: COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE & PSYCHOMOTOR IIIB

Instructor

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

40682 ENGR-010.-01

Formerly: EMTP 100C Prerequisites: EMTP 60A, 60B, 61A, and 61B. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in EMTP 100C. Corequisite: EMTP 62B. 11 hours lecture. The cognitive and affective basis for EMT students wishing to become EMT paramedics. The paramedic: anatomy and physiology; pharmacology; ambulance operations; medical incident command; terrorism and weapons of mass destruction; rescue awareness and operations hazardous material incidents; crime scene awareness; ambulance 911 call simulations and case studies for the following topics: prehospital trauma life support; neonatology; pediatrics; geriatrics; abuse, neglect, and assault; gynecology; obstetrics; patients with special challenges; chronic care patients.

 40437 EMTP-062A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  5:00 PM T LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM W EMTP-062A-01: Course fee, $7.95.

Time Days

Formerly: ENGR 20 Prerequisite: MATH 220, high school Trigonometry and Physics Advisory: ENGL 110 or ESLL 25 . 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. An introduction to engineering and the engineering professions to include exposure to engineering project development, the use of computer tools, experimentation, data analysis, and presentation.

There is a selective admission process to enroll in these classes. For an application, call (650) 9496955. EMTP is an advanced paramedic education program.

EMTP 62A

Title

Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering

Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Biological & Health Sciences

Activity

Engineering

chain of the health care team. This course includes all skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with a fire department, ambulance, or other specialized service.

 40389 EMT -305.-01

Course ID

ENGR-049.-01

ENGR 600

LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM T

INTRODUCTION TO CLEANTECH

WONG

4223

3 Units

Advisory: Chemistry and physic recommended. 3 hours lecture. The Cleantech revolution is destined to impact and shape our near- and long-term future in ways similar to IT and communication revolutions of the past two decades. Observing through lenses of energy security, climate change, and sustainability, this survey-type course will cover a range of topics including current energy generation and distribution, various renewable energies in early or mature stages, storage, transportation, efficiency, and much more. In addition to a central technical focus, policy, economic and environmental considerations will be addressed when applicable. The course is intended for college and advanced high school students in science and engineering fields

TBA TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

as well as the general public with a keen interest in the Cleantech sector. An important objective is to provide an introductory head start for the target audience and to prepare them for continuing education and/or job opportunities in the field.

ENGL 1AH

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

HONORS COMPOSITION & READING

5 Units

Prerequisite: Eligibility based on appropriate assessment information; Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 1A. 5 hours lecture. The techniques and practice of expository and argumentative writing based on critical reading and thinking about texts. Reading focused primarily on works of non-fiction prose, chosen to represent a broad spectrum of opinions and ideas, writing styles, and cultural experiences. Fulfills the Foothill College reading and composition requirement for the AA/AS degree and the university-transfer general education requirement in English reading and written composition. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course. Honors section offers rigorous preparation in analytic reading and writing skills for students intending to transfer to a four-year college or university. Course provides opportunity to engage contemporary social and ethical issues through small group discussion, a structured sequence of papers requiring higher-level thinking tasks, and collaborative projects. Emphasis is placed on multiple drafts and substantive revision to produce articulate writing appropriate to academic disciplines. Research paper is required.

(650) 949-7250 www.foothill.edu/la/

If you plan to enroll for the first time in an English course above ENGL 100 (ENGL 1A or 110), you must first complete an English placement test. Students whose primary language is not English should first take an ESL placement test and complete required ESL classes before enrolling in English Department classes. Refer to the front of the schedule for placement testing information or call (650) 949-7230.

COMPOSITION & READING

Title

ENGL-001A-19W TBA TBA TBA LEWIS ONLINE ENGL001A19W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40928 ENGL-001A-20W TBA TBA TBA FONG ONLINE ENGL001A20W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

English

ENGL 1A

Activity

 40766

41416 ENGR-600.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:50 PM W STAFF 4310 ENGR-600.-01: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About CleanTech (But You Were Afraid to Ask) Offered in the evenings for working students. Come learn about hopes and hypes of the CleanTech revolution that is certain to impact our near- and long-term future in ways similar to those of the information and communication revolutions of the past two decades. Observing through the lenses of energy security, global warming, and sustainability, this introductory survey-type course will cover a range of HOT topics including current energy infrastructure, renewable energies, efficiency, transportation, and much more. Accessible to a broad audience with limited background in sciences and technology, this insightful course is intended to be a fun experience. Dr. Ali Firouzi, a Chemical engineer with 13 years of practice in various industries, is the co-founder of a CleanTech company in the Bay Area. 

Language Arts

Course ID

5 Units

40750 ENGL-01AH-01H LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LANKFORD LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F LANKFORD ENGL-01AH-01H: Honors students only. Call the Honors Institute at (650) 949-7638.

Prerequisite: Eligibility based on appropriate assessment information or successful completion of assigned courses in basic reading and writing skills. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 1AH. 5 hours lecture. The techniques and practice of expository and argumentative writing based on critical reading and thinking about texts. Reading focused primarily on works of non-fiction prose, chosen to represent a broad spectrum of opinions and ideas, writing styles, and cultural experiences. Fulfills the Foothill College reading and composition requirement for the AA/AS degree and the university-transfer general education requirement in English reading and written composition. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course.

ENGL 1B

COMPOSITION, CRITICAL READING & THINKING

6409 6409

5 Units

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 1BH. 5 hours lecture. Further development in the technique and practice of expository and argumentative writing, critical reading and thinking. Readings chosen to represent a broad spectrum of opinions and ideas, writing styles, and cultural experiences. Formal instruction in composition and critical thinking. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course.

40396 ENGL-001A-01 LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM MW GRAVENHORST 5921 40771 ENGL-001A-02 LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM TTh HARVEY 5921 40397 ENGL-001A-03 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW MCPHERSON 6409 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F MCPHERSON 6409 40924 ENGL-001A-04 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW STAFF 6405 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F STAFF 6405 40934 ENGL-001A-05 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh HANSEN 5992 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F HANSEN 5992 40936 ENGL-001A-06 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh FONG 5982 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F FONG 5982 40746 ENGL-001A-07P LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW HUERTA 6403 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F HUERTA 6403 ENGL-001A-07P: Puente Students only. Call (650) 959-7129. 40937 ENGL-001A-08 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW STAFF 5931 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F STAFF 5931 40938 ENGL-001A-09 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW BANACH 5971 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F BANACH 5971 40753 ENGL-001A-10M LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh MENENDEZ 5992 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F MENENDEZ 5992 ENGL001A10M: This is a Learning Community course designed for the Mfumo Learning Community. Call (650) 949-7567. 40762 ENGL-001A-11 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh WOLTERBEEK 5950 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F WOLTERBEEK 5950 40939 ENGL-001A-12 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEWIS 5921 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F LEWIS 5921 40763 ENGL-001A-13 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF MENENDEZ 6707 40764 ENGL-001A-14 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF FONG 5921 40940 ENGL-001A-15 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM MW BIGLEY 6405 40765 ENGL-001A-16 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM TTh LEWIS 6401  40941 ENGL-001A-17 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW MUNSON MC 40942 ENGL-001A-18 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh HARVEY 5991

40977 ENGL-001B-01 LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM MW MILLS 6401 40978 ENGL-001B-02 LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM TTh MILLS 5991 40979 ENGL-001B-03 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW SELIGO 5992 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F SELIGO 5992 40982 ENGL-001B-04 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW TREANOR 5982 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F TREANOR 5982 ENGL-001B-04: This class will be held both on-campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the Internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40985 ENGL-001B-05 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW STAFF 5972 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F STAFF 5972 40987 ENGL-001B-06 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh GOLDSTONE 5972 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F GOLDSTONE 5972 40988 ENGL-001B-07 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh TOMFOHR 5971 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F TOMFOHR 5971 41007 ENGL-001B-08 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW WOLTERBEEK 5992 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F WOLTERBEEK 5992 41011 ENGL-001B-09 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW OGLE 5921 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F OGLE 5921 41015 ENGL-001B-10 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LANKFORD 6409 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F LANKFORD 6409 41017 ENGL-001B-11 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh SVETICH 6707 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F SVETICH 6707 41065 ENGL-001B-12 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF WOLTERBEEK 6409 41067 ENGL-001B-13 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM MW JANAKOS 5992 41068 ENGL-001B-14 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM TTh FINNEGAN 5992 41069 ENGL-001B-15 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:20 PM MW BIGLEY 5972 41071 ENGL-001B-16 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:20 PM TTh BANACH TBA  40932 ENGL-001B-17W TBA TBA TBA ROBBINS ONLINE ENGL-001B-17W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

ENGL-001B-18W TBA TBA TBA SVETICH ONLINE ENGL-001A-18W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

HONORS COMPOSITION, CRITICAL READING, & THINKING

41294

5 Units

ENGL 1CH

HONORS ADVANCED COMPOSITION

ENGL 8

41296

6708

41295

3202

4 Units

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. 4 hours lecture. Detailed analysis of representative sonnets, and history, tragedy, comedy, and romance dramas through lecture and discussion. Consideration of the Elizabethan world. Offered Spring Quarters.

ENGL 31

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh

LATINO/A LITERATURE

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. 4 hours lecture.

GRAVENHORST

HUERTA

5931

4 Units

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh

SVETICH

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM TThF

FINNEGAN

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING

40947 ENGL-110.-02 40949 ENGL-110.-03 40951 ENGL-110.-04 40952 ENGL-110.-05 40954 ENGL-110.-06 40955 ENGL-110.-07 40956 ENGL-110.-08 40957 ENGL-110.-09 40935 ENGL-110.-10 40958 ENGL-110.-11  40959 ENGL-110.-12

ENGL-008.-01W TBA TBA TBA ARCA ONLINE ENGL-008.01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

ENGL-017.-01

Units

Location

3402

4 Units

5981

5 Units

Prerequisites: Eligibility based on assessment or successful completion of ENGL 100. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 108. 5 hours lecture. Explicit instruction and practice in writing expository essays, emphasizing clear sentence structure and logical development. Assignments include summary and synthesis of texts, critical analysis, as well as personal writing. Instruction includes rules of and practice on punctuation skills. Lecture, discussion, collaborative, and individualized instruction. Students not meeting all expected outcomes may be assigned a grade and units of credit in ENGL 215 and should repeat ENGL 110. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course.

 40933

41289

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh

MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1914-PRESENT

ENGL-048C-01

ENGL 110

4 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE

Instructor

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Introduction to multicultural American Literature in the Modern Age (1914-present) with emphasis on the courageous contributions and literary innovations of diverse authors of Asian American, African American, Anglo American, Latino American, and Native American heritage, including Harlem Renaissance authors such as Hughes and Hurston; the radically experimental fiction of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Faulkner; the rise of modernist poets such as Eliot, Stevens, and Williams; Beat Generation authors such as Kerouac and Ginsberg; Native American authors such as Momaday and Erdrich; feminist poets such as Plath and Rich; and Asian American writers such as Bulosan and Hong Kingston. Special emphasis on the role of these diverse writers in continuously redefining the nature of American literature in the 20th Century, and thereby reshaping American national identity as the United States becomes a global superpower. Offered Spring Quarters.

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. 4 hours lecture. A survey of children’s literature from many periods and cultures, including classics, picture books, folktales, fairy tales, biography, poetry, fantasy and fiction. Emphasis on the ideas, didactic and sociological, reflecting relationships among cultures in America included in books usually read by children. Special emphasis on books that explore the cross-cultural influences of our shared oral tradition and folklore as well as the issues arising from a diverse mix of cultures in the U.S. Offered Fall and Spring Quarters.

ENGL 17

Time Days

SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

ENGL-046C-01

ENGL 48C

4 Units

CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Title

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Reading and critical analysis of representative works, emphasizing social and cultural backgrounds, from the Victorian to the Modern Period. Offered Spring Quarters.

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A; Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 1C or 2. 4 hours lecture Advanced study and practice of expository and argumentative writing. Focus on reading and writing assignments from across the disciplines to refine critical reading, rhetoric, writing style, and critical thinking skills. Offered Spring Quarters. Honors section is intensive in content, involving both writing and meta-analysis of complex texts. Includes collaborative evaluations of the content, evidence, organizing principles and style of a variety of texts. Course encourages students to examine assumptions, implications and unintended consequences of rhetorical and content choices. Includes focus on primary sources and the interpretations of these documents in contemporaneous writing. Course expands and enhances the student’s ability to write with fluency, effectiveness, and intellectual rigor.

41288 ENGL-01CH-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW WILLIAMS ENGL-01CH-01: Honors students only. Call the Honors Institute at (650) 949-7638.

ENGL-031.-01

ENGL 46C

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A; Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 1B. 5 hours lecture. Further development in the technique and practice of expository and argumentative writing, critical reading and thinking. Readings chosen to represent a broad spectrum of opinions and ideas, writing styles, and cultural experiences. Formal instruction in composition and critical thinking. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course. Honors section offers a challenging intellectual environment for students intending to transfer to a four-year college or university. Class discussion and assignments focus on literature as a reflection of multiple perspectives, social constructs, and cultural values. Course fosters an understanding and appreciation of various literary genres and includes logic and literary theory. Emphasis on rhetorical strategies and stylistic refinements for effective persuasive writing across the disciplines. Enrichment activities include attendance at plays, author readings, public lectures, and independent or collaborative study on a contemporary author.

41064 ENGL-01BH-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF ROBBINS ENGL-01BH-01: Honors students only. Call the Honors Institute at (650) 949-7638.

Activity

Reading and discussion of Latino/a literature and its relationship to social issues and identity politics of Latinos/as. Critical examination of fiction, poetry, essays, and drama by and about the Latino/a communities, including those of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Caribbean, and South and Central American descent. Offered Spring Quarters (rotated with ENGL 41).

 40931

ENGL 1BH

Course ID

ENGL 205

LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:20 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:20 PM

TTh MW F TTh F MW F TTh F TTh F MW TTh MW MW TTh

ARCA PASCUA PASCUA DAILEY DAILEY HAYES HAYES MUNSON MUNSON DAUER DAUER ANDERSON FERNANDEZ HAYES MACDONALD ANDERSON

ALTERNATE CREDIT READING SKILLS

5113 5113 5113 6708 6708 6405 6405 6402 6402 6405 6405 6409 6409 5950 5921 MC B4

5 Units

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 100 or 108. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Designed to allow students enrolled in ENGL 100 or 108 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ENGL 100 (or the reading portion of 108). Students are required to attend the ENGL 100 or 108 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Does not meet the Foothill College reading requirement.

3301

4 Units

41008 ENGL-205.-01 TBA

TBA TBA

ARCA

TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ENGL 209

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

ENGL 215

TTh

GREGURAS

5950

MW F

HANSEN HANSEN

5991 5991

TTh F

FERNANDEZ FERNANDEZ

6707 6707

MW F MW F

HANSEN HANSEN WALKER WALKER

6401 6401 5981 5981

TTh F

ARCA ARCA

4218 4218

TThF

LANE

6401

MW

PRATT

6403

TTh

HILL

40860 ESLL-025.-01 40862 ESLL-025.-02 40864 ESLL-025.-03 40866 ESLL-025.-04 40868 ESLL-025.-05 40869 ESLL-025.-06 40870 ESLL-025.-07

ESLL 26

TBA TBA

5 Units

ARCA

ESLL 200A

TBA

(650) 949-7250

These courses are designed for students whose native or first language is not English. Students who have never studied English or who do not already speak English with basic conversational ability should enroll in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses offered by the adult education departments of local high school districts. If you plan to enroll for the first time in an ESL course, you are required to take an ESL placement test unless you enroll in the lowest course. Refer to the front of the schedule for testing information or call (650) 949-7230. For information about ESL courses, call (650) 949-7250.

ESLL 25

COMPOSITION & READING

Instructor

Units

Location

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM

MW F TTh F MW F TTh F MW TTh MW

HENZL HENZL COPP COPP KHEJJOU KHEJJOU PRATT PRATT ALFSEN CUMMINS ALFSEN

5971 5971 5911 5911 6409 6409 6401 6401 5991 5991 6409

5 Units

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:51 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM

MW F TTh F MW F TTh F TTh F TTh

CROWER CROWER STAFF STAFF PRATT PRATT STAFF STAFF COPP COPP WILEY

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I

5941 5941 5941 5941 6402 6402 5702 5702 5911 5911 5971

8 Units

Formerly: ESL 200A Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ESL 200A. 8 hours lecture. This is Part One of an integrated skills, foundation course for learners of English as an additional language. The focus of this course is on developing a basic level of grammar and vocabulary through listening, speaking, reading and writing so that learners can communicate with other English speakers in and outside of the classroom.

English for Second Language Learners Language Arts

Time Days

ADVANCED COMPOSITION & READING

40871 ESLL-026.-01 40872 ESLL-026.-02 40877 ESLL-026.-03 40879 ESLL-026.-04 40880 ESLL-026.-05 40882 ESLL-026.-06

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 or 108. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Designed to allow students enrolled in ENGL 110 or 108 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ENGL 110 (or the writing portion of ENGL 108). Students are required to attend the ENGL 110 or 108 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Does not meet the Foothill College writing requirement.

41010 ENGL-215.-01 TBA

Title

Formerly: ESL 26 Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test score or a grade of “C” or better in ESLL 25; designed for students whose native language is not English. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 246 and/or 247 strongly recommended; not open to students with credit in ESL 26. Corequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ESLL 235. 5 hours lecture. The techniques and practice of expository and argumentative writing based on critical reading and thinking. Reading focused on essays and articles, chosen to represent a broad spectrum of opinions and ideas, writing styles, and cultural experiences and perspectives. Research paper synthesizing information from a range of current sources to form a persuasive argument. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems. Fulfills the composition requirement for the A.A. degree.

MC B2

ALTERNATE CREDIT WRITING SKILLS

Activity

Development of critical reading skills using selected readings which present a range of cultural experiences and perspectives. Practice in writing expository essays based on personal experience, observations, and class readings with a review of acceptable English sentence structure. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems. Does not fulfill the composition requirements for the A.A. degree.

Formerly: ENGL 100 Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ENGL 108. 5 hours lecture. Not Repeatable. Techniques of critical analysis for reading-college level prose, focusing primarily on expository/ argumentative essays and textbook materials. Students learn to comprehend text holistically, identifying and expressing critical elements of comprehension. Practice and testing to be done on authentic text of one or more page length and with written responses. Lecture, discussion, group work, and individualized instruction. Students who do not meet all of the expected outcomes of this course may be assigned a grade and units of credit in ENGL 205 and should repeat ENGL 100. Open laboratory can be access to Academic Skills courses, English Writing Center, on-line resources, or, if assigned by instructor, individual/collaborative activities related to course.

41183 ENGL-209.-01 LEC 7:35 AM–  9:50 AM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41188 ENGL-209.-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41274 ENGL-209.-03 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41276 ENGL-209.-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM 41277 ENGL-209.-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41279 ENGL-209.-06 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41281 ENGL-209.-07 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100. 41283 ENGL-209.-08 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:50 PM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100.  41284 ENGL-209.-09 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:20 PM ENGL209: Previously listed as ENGL 100.

Course ID

40889

ESLL-200A-01

ESLL 210A

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTWTh

CROWER

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III

5982

8 Units

Formerly: ESL 210A Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or a grade of “C” or better in ESLL 200B. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ESL 210A. 8 hours lecture. This class is the first half of Level Two of an integrated skills, foundation course for learners of English as an additional language who already have a basic level of speaking, listening, reading and writing. The focus of this course is help learners advance in their development of grammar and vocabulary through listening, speaking, reading and writing.

5 Units

Formerly: ESL 25 Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test score or a grade of “C” or better in ESLL 236 and ESLL 237; designed for students whose native language is not English. Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ESLL 235 strongly recommended; concurrent enrollment in ESLL 246 and/or 247 strongly recommended; not open to students with credit in ESL 257. 5 hours lecture.

40892

ESLL-210A-01

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTWTh

STAFF

5972

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

ESLL 210B

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IV

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

8 Units

ESLL-210B-01 ESLL-210B-02

ESLL 225

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTWTh LEC 6:00 PM–  8:35 PM MWTh

MCCORMICK DRAGAN

DEVELOPING LISTENING/SPEAKING SKILLS

40911

ESLL-225.-01

ESLL 226

LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh

MITCHELL

HIGH-INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR

ESLL 227

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM

MW F TTh F MW TTh

5941 MC D7

5 Units

HIGH-INTERMEDIATE READING SKILLS

MC

ESLL 237

ESLL 235

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM

TTh F MW F MW TTh

5702 5702 5113 5113 6405 MC

LISTENING/SPEAKING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES

LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF

JARDALI

Units

Location

5992

5 Units

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM

TTh F MW F TTh TTh

WONG WONG STAFF STAFF FASS MOELLER

BASIC COMPOSITION SKILLS

40905 ESLL-237.-01 40910 ESLL-237.-02 40912 ESLL-237.-03 40916 ESLL-237.-04

5 Units

CAMMIN CAMMIN JARDALI JARDALI SID SHOANE

Instructor

6405 6405 5702 5702 5982 6405

5 Units

Formerly: ESL 167 Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or a grade of “C” or better in ESLL 226 and ESLL 227 or ESL 154. Advisory: Designed for students whose native language is not English; not open to students with credit in ESL 167. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or a grade of “C” or better or ESLL 236. 5 hours lecture. A basic course for non-native speakers focusing on techniques of college writing, emphasizing clear prose. Lecture, discussion, and individualized instruction. Emphasis on the production of short compositions containing well-developed paragraphs and a variety of standard English sentences. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems. Does not meet the graduation requirement in composition.

Formerly: ESL 157 Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or successful completion of ESLL 210B. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 226 recommended; designed for students whose native language is not English; not open to students with credit in ESL 157. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of ESLL 210B. An upper intermediate-level reading course focusing on higher level comprehension skills and strategies for dealing with pre-college-level reading. Computer and/or workbook activities to reinforce knowledge of material and skills.

40897 ESLL-227.-01 40898 ESLL-227.-02  40901 ESLL-227.-03 40903 ESLL-227.-04

Time Days

ADVANCED GRAMMAR

40907 ESLL-236.-01 40909 ESLL-236.-02 40915 ESLL-236.-03 40917 ESLL-236.-04

5 Units

ANDREWS ANDREWS JARDALI JARDALI JARDALI JARDALI

Title

Formerly: ESL 166 Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test score or successful completion of ESLL 226 and ESLL 227, or ESL 154. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 237 recommended; designed for students whose native language is not English. Not open to students with credit in ESL 166. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of ESLL 225. An advanced English course for non-native speakers focusing on comprehension, communication and grammatical accuracy. Emphasis on understanding and communication of abstract ideas as well as concrete new information in spoken and written contexts. Computer or workbook activities to reinforce knowledge of structures.

Formerly: ESL 156 Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or successful completion of ESLL 210A. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 227 recommended; not open to students with credit in ESL 156. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of ESLL 210B. A high-intermediate English course for non-native speakers focusing on comprehension, communication, and grammatical accuracy. Emphasis on understanding and communication of new information, conjectures, and logical relationships in spoken and written contexts. Computer or workbook activities to reinforce knowledge of structures.

40896 ESLL-226.-01 40899 ESLL-226.-02 40900 ESLL-226.-03  40904 ESLL-226.-04

ESLL-235.-01

ESLL 236

Formerly: ESL 155 Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or successful completion of ESLL 210B. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ESL 155. 5 hours lecture. Development of ability to listen to everyday English and to participate in everyday conversations. Introduction to academic listening and classroom interactional skills, discussion skills and the language of group work dynamics. Pronunciation work to develop clear speech and comprehension of naturally spoken English. Reading and writing tasks related to listening and speaking.

 40902

Activity

A listening/speaking course focusing on preparing students for listening to authentic lectures and classroom discussions. Practice with classroom interactional, discussion and presentation skills. Pronunciation work to develop intelligible speech and ability to comprehend naturally spoken English in academic contexts. Level appropriate reading and writing tasks in connection with these activities.

Formerly: ESL 210B Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESLL 210A. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ESL 210B. 8 hours lecture. This is the second half of Level Two of an integrated skills, foundation course for learners of English as an additional language who already have a basic level of speaking, listening, reading and writing. The focus of this course is help learners advance in their development of grammar and vocabulary through listening, speaking, reading and writing.

40893  40895

Course ID

ESLL 246

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM

MW F TTh F MW MW

KHEJJOU KHEJJOU WONG WONG KHEJJOU MORGAN

APPLIED GRAMMAR & EDITING SKILLS

5911 5911 6403 6403 5971 5992

3 Units

Formerly: ESL 176 Prerequisites: Completion of ESLL 236 or an appropriate score on the ESL placement test. Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in ESLL 25, 26, ENGL 110, 1A or 1B. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Identify and edit for patterns of grammatical errors in original writing Develop individual error profile. Address pertinent grammar issues through review of grammatical rules, various grammar exercises, and editing of sample papers and original work.

6401 6401 5911 5911 MC 6708

40888 ESLL-246.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM TTh ESLL246.-01: This is an 11-week class. The first day of class will be 4/11.

ESLL 247

5 Units

Formerly: ESL 165 Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or successful completion of ESLL 225. Advisory: Successful completion of ESLL 226 and ESLL 227 strongly recommended; designed for students whose native language is not English; not open to students with credit in ESL 165. 5 hours lecture.

CAMMIN

ADVANCED VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT FOR READING & WRITING

5971

3 Units

Formerly: ESL 177 Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test score or successful completion of ESLL 236 and ESLL 237. Advisory: Designed for students whose native language is not English. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

ESLL 265

Expansion of academic vocabulary to meet the specific vocabulary needs for students in an academic setting. Multiple exposures to target words in meaningful contexts and rich information about each word. May be repeated one time as course content changes.

40886 ESLL-247.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:15 PM MW ESLL247.-01: This is an 11-week class. The first day of class will be 4/12.

ESLL 248

WONG

ADVANCED GRAMMAR REVIEW

3 Units

ESLL 266

8 Units

ESLL 261B

WONG

ALTERNATE CREDIT: FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II

ESLL 267

ESLL 262A

TBA TBA

TBA

8 Units

WONG

ALTERNATE CREDIT: FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III

ESLL 262B

TBA TBA

ESLL 275

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IV

TBA TBA

ESLL 276

TBA

5 Units

TBA TBA

WONG

TBA

5 Units

TBA

TBA TBA

WONG

ALTERNATIVE CREDIT: LISTENING/ SPEAKING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES

TBA

5 Units

TBA

TBA TBA

WONG

ALTERNATIVE CREDIT: ADVANCED GRAMMAR

TBA

5 Units

Formerly: ESL 266 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 236 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 236. Students are required to attend the ESLL 236 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

TBA

8 Units

WONG

WONG

ALTERNATE CREDIT: HIGHINTERMEDIATE READING SKILLS

41314 ESLL-275.-01

Formerly: ESL 262B 8 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. This course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESL 210B to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESL 210B. Students are required to attend ESL 210B, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

41313 ESLL-262B-01 TBA

TBA TBA

Formerly: ESL 265 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 235 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 235. Students are required to attend the ESLL 235 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

TBA

8 Units

WONG

Units

Location

5 Units

ALTERNATE CREDIT: HIGHINTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR

41308 ESLL-267.-01

Formerly: ESL 262A 8 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. This course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 210A to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 210A. Students are required to attend ESLL 210A, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

41312 ESLL-262A-01 TBA

Instructor

Formerly: ESL 257 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 227 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 227. Students are required to attend the ESLL 227 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Library and lab work for extensive reading and vocabulary development.

Formerly: ESL 261B 8 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. This course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESL 200B to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESL 200B. Students are required to attend ESL 200B, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

41311 ESLL-261B-01 TBA

TBA

41307 ESLL-266.-01 TBA

Formerly: ESL 261A 8 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. This course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 200A to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 200A. Students are required to attend ESLL 200A, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. TBA TBA

Time Days

Formerly: ESL 256 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 226 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 226. Students are required to attend the ESLL 226 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

ESLL-248.-01W TBA TBA TBA WONG ONLINE ESLL248.01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

41309 ESLL-261A-01 TBA

Title

ALTERNATIVE CREDIT: DEVELOPING LISTENING/SPEAKING SKILLS

41306 ESLL-265.-01

 40885

ALTERNATE CREDIT: FOUNDATIONS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I

Activity

Formerly: ESL 255 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 225 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 225. Students are required to attend the ESLL 225 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

5971

Formerly: ESL 186 Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESLL 236 or an appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. A review of essential grammar and greater in-depth examination of grammatical and lexical structures used in academic and professional writing designed for nonnative speakers of English. This course is delivered entirely online.

ESLL 261A

Course ID

41315 ESLL-276.-01

ESLL 277

TBA

WONG

ALTERNATIVE CREDIT: BASIC COMPOSITION SKILLS

Formerly: ESL 267 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit.

TBA

TBA TBA

TBA

5 Units

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

Course ID

Activity

Biological & Health Sciences

ESLL 286

HORT 50A

TBA

TBA TBA

WONG

ALTERNATIVE CREDIT: APPLIED GRAMMAR & EDITING SKILLS

TBA

3 Units

ESLL 287

TBA TBA

WONG

ALTERNATE CREDIT: ADVANCED VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT FOR READING/WRITING

ESLL 295

TBA

TBA TBA

TBA

HORT 51B

TBA

ALTERNATE CREDIT: COMPOSITION & READING

5 Units

ESLL 296

TBA

TBA TBA

WONG

ALTERNATE CREDIT: ADVANCED COMPOSITION & READING

HORT 51D

TBA TBA

8609 8609

3 Units

LEC 9:00 AM–11:00 AM Th LAB 11:00 AM–  1:50 PM Th

NICCOLI NICCOLI

PLANT MATERIALS: CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANTS

40259 HORT-051D-01

HORT 52C

8609 8609

2 Units

LEC 9:00 AM–10:00 AM S LAB 10:00 AM–12:50 PM S

NICCOLI NICCOLI

HORTICULTURE PRACTICES: PLANT INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE

8609 8609

3 Units

Advisory: HORT 50A strongly recommended. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Horticultural principles and practices for management of plants and gardens. Proper selection and maintenance of trees, shrubs, and ground covers. Fine gardening techniques used by landscape gardeners. Transplanting and planting containerized and boxed plant material. Preparation of planting areas and post-planting care of landscape plants. Techniques for pruning of various species. Operation of equipment and tools used in gardening.

TBA

5 Units

WONG

JOHNSON JOHNSON

Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in HORT 50A strongly recommended. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Identification, taxonomy, habits of growth, cultural and environmental requirements of plants native to California landscapes. Emphasis on a wide variety of native species including trees, shrubs, ground covers, and herbaceous plants. Plants are observed in lab, on campus, and at offsite locations.

Formerly: ESL 226 Advisory: Pass/No Pass 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 26 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 26. Students are required to attend the ESLL 26 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems.

41014 ESLL-296.-01 TBA

LEC 6:00 PM–  7:30 PM MW LAB 7:30 PM–  8:15 PM MW

PLANT MATERIALS II

40258 HORT-051B-01

Formerly: ESL 225 Advisory: Pass/No Pass 5 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 25 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 25. Students are required to attend the ESLL 25 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems. Does not meet the Foothill College composition requirements for the A.A. degree.

41012 ESLL-295.-01

4 Units

Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in HORT 50A strongly recommended. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Identification, taxonomy, habits of growth, cultural and environmental requirements of woody plants grown in California. Emphasis on the use and maintenance of evergreen and deciduous shrubs in the landscape. Plants are observed in lab, on campus, and at off-site locations.

3 Units

WONG

Units

Location

(650) 949-7249 www.foothill.edu/bio/programs/hort/

ORIENTATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULTURE

40257 HORT-050A-01

Formerly: ESL 227 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 247 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 247. Students are required to attend the ESLL 247 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

41318 ESLL-287.-01

Instructor

3.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory. Survey of the many facets and component sciences of environmental horticulture. Exploration of the multitude of career options available in the green industry. An introduction to the vocabulary of the environmental sciences including the terminology used in the identification of plants. Foundations of plant science such as plant structure, plant growth, and the environmental needs of plants.

Formerly: ESL 276 Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 246 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 246. Students are required to attend the ESLL 246 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

41317 ESLL-286.-01 TBA

Time Days

Environmental Horticulture & Design

Course is designed to allow students enrolled in ESLL 237 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of ESLL 237. Students are required to attend the ESLL 237 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class. Open laboratory for feedback on essays and individualized assistance with specific writing problems.

41316 ESLL-277.-01

Title

40260 HORT-052C-01

HORT 52H

LEC 12:30 PM–  2:30 PM W LAB 2:30 PM–  5:20 PM W

SAUTER SAUTER

HORTICULTURE PRACTICES: INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

8609 8609

3 Units

Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in HORT 50A strongly recommended. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. 60 hours total. Problems of and control solutions for diseases, insects, and weeds in landscapes and gardens. Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices for handling plant pathogens, insect infestations, and unwanted vegetation. Emphasis on identification, life cycles, and symptoms of diseases, insects, and weeds.

TBA

40264 HORT-052H-01

LEC 9:30 AM–11:30 AM T LAB 11:30 AM–  2:20 PM T

NICCOLI NICCOLI

8609 8609

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

HORT 54D

Activity

Title

Time Days

Units

Instructor

Location

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION: APPLIED PRACTICES

2 Units

Course Number CRN

HORT 60D

LEC 1:30 PM–  2:30 PM M LAB 2:30 PM–  5:20 PM M

SAUTER SAUTER

LANDSCAPE DESIGN: PLANTING

HORT 60G

LEC 6:00 PM–  7:00 PM TTh LAB 7:00 PM–  8:20 PM TTh

FA1

LANDSCAPE DESIGN: INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

HORT 80

LEC 3:00 PM–  4:00 PM TTh LAB 4:00 PM–  5:15 PM TTh

8607 8607

3 Units

SAUTER SAUTER

ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULTURE SKILLS

F A 30

8401 8401

LEC TBA TBA SAUTER LAB TBA TBA SAUTER HORT-090L-02: Restricted to Hidden Villa student-Interns only. Non-HV interns will be dropped.

INTRODUCTION TO POPULAR CULTURE

4 Units

FINE ARTS TOPICS

1 Unit

TBA

Geography

2 Units

Business & Social Sciences

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

Two GIS certificates are available: Certificate of Achievement in Geographic Information Systems and Career Certificate for Geographic Information Systems Analyst. For information on the online degree program, visit www.foothillglobalaccess.org/main/aa_geography_new.htm. For general information, visit www.foothill.edu/bss/.

GEOG 1

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

5 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26; MATH 220. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour lecture-laboratory, 2 hours laboratory. Study of the Earth’s surface, including the earth’s dimensions and systems; atmospheric processes; patterns of climate, vegetation and soils; and features, processes and interactions of land, water and various energy sources. Use of maps for interpretation.

1 Unit

.75 hour lecture, .5 hour laboratory. May be taken 5 times for credit. Introduction to propagation of plants by sexual and asexual methods. Seeding, cutting, grafting, division of specialized structures, and micro-propagation discussed and demonstrated. Discussions include growing media, fertilizers, hormones, and other plant supplements.

 40277 HORT-090L-02

(650) 949-7262 www.foothill.edu/fa/

40589 F A -030.-01 TBA TBA TBA MANSKE F A -030.-01: For meeting times and information visit http://www.foothill.edu/print_arts/GID_94.

40275 HORT-080.-01 LAB 11:00 AM–12:50 PM M SAUTER 8607 LAB TBA M SAUTER 8607 HORT-080.-01: All students must attend first meeting & regularly scheduled meeting times. Some hours TBA.

PLANT PROPAGATION: BASIC SKILLS

Units

Location

1 hour lecture for each unit of credit. Any combination of F A 30–30Z may be taken for a maximum of 24 units for credit. A topical introductory course in any fine arts academic discipline or related field. Specific courses and subject matter vary from quarter to quarter. Taught by a faculty member with minimum qualifications in a specific Fine Arts discipline.

6 hours laboratory. 72 hours total. May be taken 4 times for credit. An extension of classroom instruction offering students the opportunity through a combination of practical field experience, independent research, student internship, and industry related educational opportunities to explore problems and required skills in the green industry. Introduction to the extensive number of career options available.

HORT 90L

Instructor

40422 F A -001.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW HARTWELL 4002 TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE  40425 F A -001.-02W TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE F A -001.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40427 F A -001.-03W TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE F A -001.-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40824 F A -001.-04W TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE F A -001.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

Advisory: HORT 60A and 60E strongly advised; knowledge of computer operation strongly advised. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Advanced use of Vectorworks as a landscape design and drafting tool. Topics covered include structuring of drawings using layers, improving drawing skills using tool commands such as walls, doors, stippling, and review of shortcuts used to improve drawing efficiency. Also covered will be customizing tool bars, expanding plant database, and importing/exporting/printing drawings. Introduction to three-dimensional drawing using Vectorworks and related programs.

40270 HORT-060G-01

Time Days

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Overview˜history and critical analysis--of popular culture as a window for understanding American society. Theories and methods of analyzing artifacts of popular culture. Overarching themes: 1) history/social theories of popular culture; 2) popular culture as a product of American multiculturalism; 3) the relationship between a commodity culture and intellect/artistry; 4) philosophical/ethical issues surrounding popular culture.

8607 8607

3 Units

SAUTER SAUTER

Title

Fine Arts & Communication

Advisory: HORT 60A & 60B, or equivalent strongly recommended; HORT 51A, 51B, & 51H strongly advised. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. The use of ornamental and native plant materials to express basic design principles in the landscape. Planting design theory as it applies to the aesthetic, cultural, ecological, and functional use of plant materials in the landscape. Graphics used for presenting planting designs. Special focus on the use of plants in garden designs.

40269 HORT-060D-01

Activity

Fine Arts

Advisory: HORT 54A strongly recommended. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. The practical application of landscape construction practices to actual projects. Emphasis on field work which may include the design and construction of screens, fences, gates, benches, planter boxes, overheads, gazebos, decks, ponds or other specialized projects. Training on motorized equipment, such as tractors and backhoes used in landscape construction.

40267 HORT-054D-01

Course ID

 40821 GEOG-001.-0 TBA TBA TBA MEEZAN ONLINE 40271 GEOG-001.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh MEEZAN 3401 TBA TBA TBA MEEZAN ONLINE GEOG-001.-01: This class will be held both on-campus (4 hrs/wk) and via the Internet (an additional 1 hr/wk). Internet access is required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other Internet access.  40094 GEOG-001.-02W TBA TBA TBA MEEZAN ONLINE GEOG-001.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40095 GEOG-001.-03W TBA TBA TBA CRAM ONLINE GEOG-001.-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.  40096 GEOG-001.-04W TBA TBA TBA CRAM ONLINE GEOG-001.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40272 GEOG-001.-05 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh WILLAHAN 3401 LEC 2:00 PM–  3:50 PM T WILLAHAN 3401 LEC TBA TBA WILLAHAN ONLINE

HDNVLA HDNVLA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

GEOG 5

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

GID 32

GEOG 36Y

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW

4 Units

DAVIS

SPECIAL PROJECTS IN GEOGRAPHY

3401

GID 42

3 Units

GEOG-054A-01

GEOG 54B

LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM W

RICH

SEMINAR IN SPECIALIZED APPLICATIONS OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS II

GID 52

GEOG 59

GEOG-054B-01

LAB 8:00 PM–  9:50 PM W

RICH

CARTOGRAPHY, MAP PRESENTATION & DESIGN

2 Units

GEOG 73

LEC 6:00 PM–  6:50 PM M LEC 7:00 PM–  9:40 PM M

HANSELL HANSELL

DYNAMIC & INTERACTIVE MAPPING

LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM TTh LAB 8:00 PM–  9:50 PM TTh

2 Units

GID 61

GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDIO III

MANSKE

1801

4 Units

PORTFOLIO

4 Units

Formerly: GRDS 77 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 2 times for credit. Preparation for displaying work samples when seeking employment. Planning ahead for the individual student professional “book” with emphasis on selection, size, arrangement, color coordination, effectiveness and appropriateness.

4008

40595 GID -061.-01Q L-L 9:00 AM–10:50 AM Th RAGEY 1211 TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE GID -061.-01Q: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.  40596 GID -061.-02W TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE GID -061.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. Individual on-campus meetings to review portfolios can be arranged with the instructor.

2 Units

4008 4008

4.5 Units

STAFF STAFF

3 Units

GID -052.-01W TBA TBA TBA MANSKE ONLINE GID -052.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

GID 71

Prerequisites: GEOG 12 and 52 or equivalent. 2.5 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory. Design and implementation of dynamic presentations for visualizing geographic information. Lab projects creating animated and multimedia presentations, and designing user-interfaces for interactive mapping systems.

40274 GEOG-073.-01

1801 1801 1801 TBA

 40586

4008

1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Map projections, geodes, coordinate systems. Map composition. Selection of colors and symbols.

40273 GEOG-059.-01

4 Units

Prerequisite: GID 51. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. Continuation of GID 51. Students design and produce a real-world graphic design campaign. Focus on creative solutions that effectively use type, image, and layout. Projects include branding, identity, newsletter, web site, and package design. Creative ideas are explored in sketches, rough layouts, comps, and final presentations. Students learn software skills using Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Macromedia Dreamweaver to complete the graphic design activities in this course.

Formerly: GEOG 54 Corequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in GEOG 54A. 6 hours laboratory. Students undertake an original GIS project of their choosing under guidance of the instructor.

40255

KNEELAND KNEELAND KNEELAND KNEELAND

BEGINNING ETCHING

40585 GID -042.-01 L-L 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM MW GID -042.-01: Materials fee, $40.

2 hours lecture. May be taken 2 times for credit. Seminar on the diverse applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Weekly presentations by guest speakers.

40254

T-SHIRT DESIGN & GARMENT PRINTING

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in ART 37A or GRDS 37A. 6 hours lecture-laboratory. Beginning techniques in printmaking, including embossing, monoprinting, chine collee, drypoint, softground, line etching, handcoloring, printing and the editioning of plates.

40253 GEOG-036Y-01 LEC TBA TBA MEEZAN TBA GEOG-036Y-01: Students will be placed in a 6 hour per week GIS internship with local company or government agency. Practical work-experience applying GIS skills learned as part of the certificate program. Students must submit a written report summarizing work completed through the internship. Recommended that students complete Geography 12 and 52 (Introduction and Advanced GIS). Contact Allison Meezan at meezankaren@foothill.edu for more information.

SEMINAR IN SPECIALIZED APPLICATIONS OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I

Units

Location

(650) 949-7262 www.foothill.edu/graphicdesign/

40591 GID -032.-01 LEC 6:00 PM–  6:50 PM TTh L-L 6:55 PM–  7:50 PM TTh LAB 7:55 PM–  8:50 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA GID -032.-01: Materials Fee, $50.

3 hours lecture. May be taken for a maximum of six units. Advanced readings, research, and/or project in geography. Specific topics determined in consultation with instructor.

GEOG 54A

Instructor

2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Basic instruction in design and printing for wearable art. Students learn hand-drawn and digital skills for image creation and preparation of multi-color artwork for screenprinting and relief printing on t-shirts, fabrics and wearable substrates. Development of personal visual style while learning business practices of garment printing.

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Not Repeatable. Survey of the world’s major culture regions and major nations. Physical, cultural, economic features. Emphasis on historical influences on population growth, transportation networks, natural environment, potential and problems. Location, importance and impact of the foremost features of countries, states, major cities, rivers and landform regions. GEOG-010.-01

Time Days

GID (Graphics and Interactive Design): Formerly GRDS (Graphic Design)

GEOG-005.-01W TBA TBA TBA DAVIS ONLINE GEOG-005.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

40252

Title

Fine Arts & Communication

 40097

WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY

Activity

Graphics & Interactive Design

4 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Not Repeatable. Introduction to the geography of economic activity; the world wide distribution and characteristics of agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, manufacturing, transportation, high technology and international trade.

GEOG 10

Course ID

STORYBOARDING

4 Units

Advisory: GID 70; not open to students with credit in GRDS 76. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Fundamentals of creating storyboards and flowcharts for media projects. Emphasis on technique, concept development and design of storyboards. Exploration of storyboard applications for new media content.

4008 4008

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number

Units

Course Number

40597 GID -071.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM T RAGEY 1801 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM T RAGEY 1801 TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE GID -071.-01: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.  40607 GID -071.-02W TBA TBA TBA RAGEY ONLINE GID -071.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

History

CRN

Course ID

GID 76

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

ILLUSTRATION & DIGITAL IMAGING

Location

CRN

GID 92

LETTERPRESS PRINTING

HIST 4A

GID 93

LETTERPRESS PROJECTS

1211 1211 1211 1211 ONLINE

HIST 4B

GID 150X

BOOK ARTS ACTIVITIES

Formerly: GRDS 150 2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be taken for a maximum of 24 units of credit. Activities in the book arts. Specific topics to be determined by the instructor.

PRINTMAKING STUDIO

HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 800 AD

4 Units

HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II

4 Units

 40099

HIST-004B-01W TBA TBA TBA STANDISH ONLINE HIST-004B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40223 HIST-004B-02 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh TINSLEY 3308

1801 1801 1801

HIST 4C

HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1789-PRESENT

4 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended. 4 hours lecture. Survey of the development of Western society and culture during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Emphasis upon the social, intellectual, and institutional changes that have led to the contemporary Western world and its interchange with the peoples and institutions of the world’s continents.

40224 HIST-004C-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW FEIG 3403 40225 HIST-004C-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh DAVISON 3403  40100 HIST-004C-03W TBA TBA TBA FEIG ONLINE HIST-004C-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

1801 1801 1801

HIST 16

INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT ROME

4 Units

Advisory: HIST 4A or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26; not open to students with credit in HIST 16H. 4 hours lecture. Chronological and topical survey of Roman history from the founding of Rome to the reign of Constantine. Emphasis upon the political, social, economic development in the Late Republic and Empire. Consideration of literature, art, architecture, texts in translation.

1 Unit

40226 HIST-016.-01Q LEC 12:00 PM–  3:40 PM M FEIG 3201 HIST-016.-01Q: Seminar focusing on Ancient Rome and writing, reading, and research assignments, student class lectures, group discussions and interactions.

40587 GID -150X-01 L-L TBA TBA MANSKE TBA GID -150X-01: For information & meeting times, please contact Kent Manske via email at manskekent@foothill.edu.

GID 151X

(650) 949-7322 www.foothill.edu/bss/

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended. 4 hours lecture. Survey of the development of Western society and culture from the early Middle Ages through the Age of Enlightenment. Emphasis upon the cultural, social, intellectual, and institutional changes that led to the birth of the modern Western culture and its interchange with the peoples of the world’s continents.

4 Units

DAY DAY DAY

Units

Location

HIST-004A-01W TBA TBA TBA FEIG ONLINE HIST-004A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. 40222 HIST-004A-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW FEIG 3403

Advisory: Completion of GID 92 or equivalent skill levels. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Application of principles and theories introduced in previously taken letterpress courses to studentmotivated projects. Projects address information gathering, idea generation, concept development, production and distribution.

40594 GID -093.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–10:50 AM S L-L 11:00 AM–12:50 PM S LAB 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM S GID -093.-01: Materials Fee $50.

Instructor

 40098

4 Units

DAY DAY DAY

Time Days

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 recommended. 4 hours lecture. Survey of the development of Western culture and civilization in the ancient world. From the Neolithic period to the early Middle Ages.

Advisory: GID 50 and 74; not open to students with credit in GRDS 40. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Studio practice in letterpress printing to create limited-edition prints and books. Introduction to handset type, hand-carved relief plates and photopolymer plates. Emphasis on technical skills with tools and media, visual communication, and aesthetics of print media.

40590 GID -092.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–10:50 AM S L-L 11:00 AM–12:50 PM S LAB 1:30 PM–  4:20 PM S GID -092.-01: Materials Fee $50.

Title

For more information about the online history degree access www.foothillglobalaccess.org/ main/aa_history.htm

4 Units

RAGEY RAGEY RAGEY RAGEY RAGEY

Activity

Business & Social Sciences

Advisory: ART 4A or GID 70; GID 74 or familiarity with painting and drawing software; not open to students with credit in GRDS 90. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Creation of images to communicate ideas. Traditional and digital media. Emphasis on concept development and communication effectiveness. Development of personal visual vocabulary while learning art making techniques and media, reproduction processes and illustration business practice.

40608 GID -076.-01 LAB 1:00 PM–  3:50 PM T LEC 1:00 PM–  2:50 PM Th L-L 3:00 PM–  4:50 PM Th 40609 GID -076.-02Q LAB 1:00 AM–  3:50 AM T TBA TBA TBA GID -076.-02Q: Hybrid class. TBA hours via online instruction.

Course ID

HIST 16H

1 Unit

HONORS INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT ROME

4 Units

Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. Advisory: HIST 4A or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26; not open to students with credit in HIST 16. 4 hours lecture.

2 hours lecture-laboratory. May be take 5 times for credit. Supervised studio practice in printmaking projects. Application of skills learned in previously taken graphic arts courses.

40588 GID -151X-01 L-L TBA TBA MANSKE TBA GID -151X-01: Materials Fee, $10. For information & meeting times, please contact Kent Manske via email at manskekent@foothill.edu

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

HIST 34H

Enhanced comprehensive study of Roman history from the founding of Rome to the reign of Constantine. Emphasis upon the political, social, economic development in the Late Republic and Empire. Consideration of literature, art, architecture, texts in translation. As an honors course, it is a full seminar with advanced teaching methods focusing on major writing, reading, and research assignments, student class lectures, group discussions and interactions.

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TO 1816

40234

4 Units

40744

PIERCE

3201

(650) 949-7556 www.foothill.edu/la/

HUMANITIES & THE MODERN EXPERIENCE I

HUMN-001A-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW

Language Arts

JAPN 1

4 Units

GRAVENHORST

1501

(650) 949-7043 www.foothill.edu/la/

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I

5 Units

5 hours lecture. Oral and written practice in the minimum competencies in language functions: vocabulary essential to basic communicative situations, grammar necessary for carrying out functions, signals for carrying out communicative tasks, and cultural skills in specific situations. Introduction to Hiragana, Katakana and about 80 Kanji. Language laboratory practice.

40786 JAPN-001.-01  40782 JAPN-001.-02

4 Units

JAPN 2

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:51 AM F LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh

GOTOH GOTOH KISHINO

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II

5991 5991 MC C4

5 Units

Prerequisite: JAPN 1 or 1 year of high school Japanese. 5 hours lecture. Further development of material presented in JAPN 1. Oral and written practice in competencies in language functions: vocabulary essential to daily communicative situations, grammar necessary for carrying out functions, signals for carrying out communicative tasks, and cultural skills in specific situations. Distinguishing formal and informal styles. Additional 120 Kanji pronunciation and recognition. Language laboratory practice.

 40105

HIST-017C-01W TBA TBA TBA PIERCE ONLINE HIST-017C-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40231 HIST-017C-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh PIERCE 3402 40233 HIST-017C-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:15 AM TTh ZIEGENHORN 3404 TBA TBA TBA ZIEGENHORN ONLINE

INTRODUCTION TO MIDDLE EASTERN CIVILIZATION

1 Unit

Japanese

4 Units

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. American civilization from 1900 to the present. Survey of United States history and its political, economic and social development.

HIST 18

Units

Location

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Not Repeatable. An interdisciplinary survey of some of the cultural aspects of major civilizations from the Mesopotamians to the Italian Renaissance, and their influence on modern experiences. Illustrations of the cultural diversity which makes up modern life. Attendance at instructor approved lectures, performing arts events, and/or cultural exhibitions.

40230 HIST-017B-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM TTh PIERCE 3402  40103 HIST-017B-02W TBA TBA TBA ZIEGENHORN ONLINE HIST-017B-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40104 HIST-017B-03W TBA TBA TBA BUSH ONLINE HIST-017B-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM 1900 TO THE PRESENT

Instructor

HONORS INSTITUTE SEMINAR IN HISTORY

HIST-034H-01H LEC 1:00 PM–  1:50 PM W

HUMN 1A

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. American civilization from 1812 to 1914. Survey of United States history and its political, economic and social development.

HIST 17C

Time Days

Language Arts

40228 HIST-017A-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW MARDER 3402 40229 HIST-017A-02 LEC 8:35 AM–  9:50 AM TTh ZIEGENHORN 3404 TBA TBA TBA ZIEGENHORN ONLINE HIST-017A-02: This class will be held both on-campus (3 hrs/wk) and via the Internet (an additional 1 hrs/wk). Internet access is required. Access is available on campus for those who do not have other Internet access.  40101 HIST-017A-03W TBA TBA TBA PIERCE ONLINE HIST-017A-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.  40102 HIST-017A-04W TBA TBA TBA PIERCE ONLINE HIST-017A-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. 40232 HIST-017A-05 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW FUNG 3402

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM 1812 TO 1914

Title

Humanities

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. American civilization through 1816. Survey of United States history. Political, economic and social development.

HIST 17B

Activity

Formerly: HIST 34 Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in HIST 34. 1 hour lecture. A seminar in directed readings, discussions and projects in history. Specific topics to be determined by the instructor.

40227 HIST-016H-02H LEC 12:00 PM–  3:40 PM M FEIG 3201 HIST-016H-02H: As an honors course, it is a major seminar focusing on Ancient Rome and writing, reading, and research assignments, student class lectures, group discussions and interactions.

HIST 17A

Course ID

40785 JAPN-002.-01  40779 JAPN-002.-02

4 Units

JAPN 3

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 4 hours lecture. Civilization of the Middle East. History of the region, concentrating on the 19 th and 20th and 21st centuries. European colonization, culture, institutions and religion. Political, economic, and social development of the area.

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh

RAKOW RAKOW STAFF

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE III

5991 5991 MC A5

5 Units

Prerequisite: JAPN 2 or two years of high school Japanese. 5 hours lecture. Further development of material presented in JAPN 1 and 2. Oral and written practice in competencies in language functions: vocabulary essential to daily communicative situations, grammar necessary for carrying out various functions, signals for carrying out communicative tasks, and cultural skills in specific situations. Distinguishing formal and informal styles, and using honorifics. Making suppositions. Additional 120 Kanji pronunciation and recognition. Language laboratory practice.

 40347

HIST-018.-01W LEC TBA TBA DAVISON ONLINE HIST-018.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

40784 JAPN-003.-01 40780 JAPN-003.-02

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW

RAKOW RAKOW GOTOH

5981 5981 TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

JAPN 6

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE III

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

JAPN 13A

LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F

RAKOW RAKOW

INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION I

 40794

JAPN-013A-01Q LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM MW

JAPN 13B

INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION II

5981 5981

40788

JAPN-013B-01Q LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM MW

JAPN 14A

ADVANCED CONVERSATION I

JAPN-014A-01Q LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM MW

JAPN 14B

ADVANCED CONVERSATION II

Units

Location

MC

1 Unit

LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM T

RAKOW

6601

(650) 949-7250 www.foothill.edu/la/

PASS THE TORCH TEAM LEADER TRAINING

1 Unit

Prerequisites: An earned “A” or “B+” grade with instructor recommendation in one of the following courses: ESLL 25, 26; ENGL 100, 110, 1A, 1B; student must currently be a team leader for a Pass the Torch study team. 1 hour lecture. May be taken 3 times for credit. Training in team leading skills necessary for assisting a member in the Pass the Torch Program, including study skills, college policies, professionalism, ethics and role modeling of successful student behavior. Techniques of subject-specific tutoring skills, with attention given to diverse learning styles. Practice of these skills through sample student works and, when applicable, content-specific suggestions from the member’s instructor.

MC

40745

L A -111.-01

LEC

TBA TBA

MENENDEZ

TBA

Learning in New Media Classrooms Computers, Technology & Information Systems

(650) 949-7498 www.foothill.edu/kci/linc/

For complete course descriptions, access www.foothill.edu/kci/linc/

MC

LINC 58A

4 Units

SATO

COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING FOR JAPANESE

JAPN-192.-01

L A 111

E-PORTFOLIOS

1 Unit

Formerly: LINC 223 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. This course is a how-to on e-portfolios as authentic assessment. Electronic portfolios can be used for student work as well as for teacher professional development. Reflective practice that deepens learning will be presented. Student e-portfolios will be examined and analyzed. Computer tools that enable students to create powerful e-portfolios will be examined.

Prerequisite: JAPN 13B. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Development of fluency in the oral/aural language, and cultural skills required in socio-linguistic functions, i.e., honorifics, in-group/out-group, male/female, and formal/informal expressions. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, political speech, debates, and drama. Stating and supporting opinions on various topics, including abstract concepts. Understanding and appreciating ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

 40793

SATO

Language Arts

4 Units

SATO

Instructor

Language Arts

Prerequisite: JAPN 13A. Advisory: May be taken concurrently with JAPN 5. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of JAPN 13A. Speaking and listening experience in an environment of increasingly challenging language situation in culturally appropriate ways. Special emphasis on rapidity of correct perception and speaking, acquaintance with a variety of native dialects, and familiarity with oral idioms and grammar as they differ from more formal written and literary uses. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, political speech, and debates. Stating and supporting opinions on various topics. Understanding ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

 40792

Time Days

1 hour lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. For students who desire training and technical support in experiential learning as a community volunteer in Japanese language and culture.

4 Units

SATO

Title

JAPN-014B-01Q LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM MW

JAPN 192

Prerequisite: JAPN 3. Advisory: May be taken concurrently with JAPN 4. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Speaking and listening experience in culturally appropriate ways. Special emphasis on correct perception and speaking, and familiarity with oral idioms and grammar as they differ from more formal written and literary uses. Development of critical thinking skills by comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, formal and informal conversations. Understanding ambiguities, vagaries, and value inherent in the target language.

 40789

Activity

comparing different viewpoints and different values of diverse cultures. Development of listening and speaking skills by exploring various forms of authentic materials, such as current news media, debates on various issues, and drama.

Prerequisite: JAPN 5. 5 hours lecture. Continuation of JAPN 5. Further development of intermediate-level grammatical structures and communicative tasks. Intensive and extensive oral and written drills, including 230 more Kanji, in idiomatic constructions. Composition, conversation and selected readings. Further competency in correct language usage in different socio-linguistic features of speech. Stating and supporting opinions on both concrete and abstract topics. Cultural skills to carry out tasks. Language laboratory practice.

40783 JAPN-006.-01

Course ID

 41346

LINC-058A-01W TBA TBA TBA BRITT ONLINE LINC-058A-01W: Hybrid course meets one day, April 24, at the KCI, then continues via Internet until June 19. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

MC

LINC 72B

INDESIGN OVERVIEW

1 Unit

Formerly: LINC 234 Advisory: Familiarity with PC or Mac; any word processing software. 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. InDesign is an application for the creation flyers, newsletters, yearbooks, trifolds and other desktop published items. InDesign features page layout tools that fully integrate with Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, and other Adobe products. Its features are intuitive, allowing the user to be creative. This course provides the basics of page layout using Adobe InDesign. Students will create a publication by placing text and graphics.

4 Units

Prerequisite: JAPN 14A. Advisory: May be taken concurrently with JAPN 6. 4 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of JAPN 14A. Development of advanced level of oral/aural fluency in the language, and cultural skills required in socio-linguistic functions. Stating and supporting opinions on complex, abstract topics. Analyzing and hypothesizing. Understanding cultural differences, persuading, negotiating, and giving speech in formal settings. Development of critical thinking skills by

41321 LINC-072B-01

LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S TBA TBA TBA

TATUM TATUM

4006 TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

LINC 73

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP OVERVIEW

Units

Course Number

1 Unit

LINC 95A

Location

CRN

Formerly: LINC 230 Advisory: Proficiency in a Mac or Windows operating system, software conventions, and internet technologies. 1 hour lecture. May be taken 5 times for credit. In this hands-on Photoshop overview course, you will learn the introductory level tools and techniques while completing a project. Topics covered include, using the drawing tools, importing and manipulating images, and managing layers.

41297 LINC-073.-01

LINC 73A

LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S TBA TBA TBA

DAVIS DAVIS

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP I

4006 TBA

LINC-095A-01W TBA LINC-095A-01W Class canceled.

LINC 95C

1 Unit

LINC 85C

SIMKINS SIMKINS

MACROMEDIA FLASH III

LINC 98

4002 TBA

LINC 98A

DAVIS DAVIS

TBA

LEC 5:00 PM–  9:00 PM W TBA TBA TBA

ULLAH

ONLINE

1 Unit

SIMKINS SIMKINS

DIRECTED STUDIES IN DIGITAL LEARNING

DIRECTED STUDY IN DIGITAL LEARNING I

41330 LINC-098A-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S TBA TBA TBA LINC-098A-01 meets 4/25 only.

1 Unit

Formerly: LINC 221 Advisory: Familiarity with PC or Mac; basic internet skills. 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 3 times for credit. This course is will review current issues and legislation in assistive technology and universal access. Issues of efficacy and appropriateness of accommodations required for parity with peers in an education setting will be review and discussed. Tools and issues of design, and compliance will be demonstrated. Internet resources will be explored. LEC 4:00 PM–  7:00 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA

2 Units

4002 TBA

1 Unit

.5 Unit

Formerly: LINC 228S Advisory: Proficiency with computer operating systems (Mac or Windows), software application conventions, hardware, file system management, and internet technologies. .5 hour lecture. May be taken 4 times for credit. Designed for educators seeking to be educational technology leaders, enhance their knowledge and upgrade technology skills. Develop content knowledge and pedagogical technology ability for effective and appropriate integration of technology into learning environments.

41341 LINC-085C-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S DAVIS 4006 TBA TBA TBA DAVIS TBA LINC-085C-01: Adobe Flash II & III. This “Adobe Youth Voices” class meets two Saturdays, 6/12 & 6/19 only, in the KCI, room 4006. To sign-up, access: www.raft.net/workshops/adobe.

41336 LINC-093B-01

Units

Location

41319 LINC-098.-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S HURLEY 4002 TBA TBA TBA HURLEY TBA LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S HURLEY 4002 TBA TBA TBA HURLEY TBA LINC-098.-01: For MERIT 2010 Teachers, meets 4/10 and 5/1 at the KCI and continues online. Contact KCI for special instructions, 650-949-7681. 41305 LINC-098.-02 LEC 5:00 PM–  9:00 PM W SIMKINS 4002 TBA TBA TBA SIMKINS TBA

1 Unit

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY & UNIVERSAL ACCESS

TBA

Formerly: LINC 228 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Using various applications in the context of the K-12 classroom.

Formerly: LINC 287 Advisory: Familiarity with Flash, Fireworks and DreamWeaver. 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Macromedia Flash is an animation and authoring tool for interactive multimedia applications. Create, combine, and synchronize animation, graphics, and text, with audio and video for your Web site with navigation controls animated features and long-form animations with synchronized sound. Export Flash to HTML Intended for Continuing Education.

LINC 93B

Instructor

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES FOR TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION

41338 LINC-095C-01

Formerly: LINC 252 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Introduction to how to integrate various multimedia software and tools along with the production process, into the classroom. Hands-on experience various software to integrate text, graphics, animation, sound, and movies. LEC 5:00 PM–  9:00 PM W TBA TBA TBA

Time Days

Formerly: LINC 260 Advisory: Familiarity with PC or Mac; familiarity with technology integration in the classroom and the Internet. 1 hour lecture, 1 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Provides techniques for assessing what technology can do to improve students’ higher order thinking skills. Students will learn how to use assessment to drive learning. They will learn assessment strategies for students’ multimedia projects

41332 LINC-073A-01 LEC 9:00 AM–  3:00 PM S DAVIS 4006 TBA TBA TBA DAVIS TBA LINC-073A-01: This “Adobe Youth Voices” class meets Saturday, 4/17 only at RAFT. To sign-up, access: www.raft. net/workshops/adobe.

41328 LINC-080A-01

Title

CHILD SAFETY, INTERNET ETHICS & CYBER LAW

 41348

.5 Unit

MULTIMEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM

Activity

Formerly: LINC 219 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture/laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Computer and Internet Ethics and Cyberlaw will review the current issues and legislation in computer ethics and cyberlaw. Copyright, fair use, legal implications and Acceptable Use Plans will be explored. The course will also cover Internet Safety and Child Safety on the Internet including the ability to evaluate the validity of Internet Resources. Through-out the course, you will be working towards developing strategies to protect your students while using the Internet.

Formerly: LINC 230S Advisory: Familiarity with PC or Mac; basic internet skills. .5 hour lecture, .5 hour terminal time. May be taken 6 times for credit. Provides hands-on experience with the basic elements and tools of Photoshop to set up files, manage documents, and perform basic image processing. Includes advanced concepts and methods of developing images and creating special effects and problem solving.

LINC 80A

Course ID

LINC 98B

TATUM TATUM

DIRECTED STUDY IN DIGITAL LEARNING II

4006 TBA

.5 Unit

Formerly: LINC 228T Advisory: Competency in using computer platforms (Mac or Windows), hardware, software conventions, and internet technologies. .5 hour lecture. May be taken 4 times for credit. Designed for educators seeking to be an educational technology leader, enhance their knowledge and upgrade skills. Develop content knowledge and pedagogical technology skill for effective and appropriate integration of technology into learning environments.

TBA TBA

41327 LINC-098B-01

LEC 4:00 PM–  7:00 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA

CARINGELLA CARINGELLA

TBA TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

Library Science Language Arts

LIBR 71

1 Unit

Advisory: Familiarity with Macs or PCs. 1 hour lecture. Intended for students writing a research paper in another class. Strategies and methods to identify a research topic and then find and evaluate information in various formats to meet the identified information needed. Consideration of the ethical and legal uses of information. Interdisciplinary application of concepts, often covering multicultural topics.

40817

LIBR-071.-01

LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F

THOMAS

MATH 1C

3523

(650) 949-7259 www.foothill.edu/psme/

CALCULUS

5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 49. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to differential calculus, including limits, derivatives and their applications to curvesketching, families of functions, and optimization.

40395 MATH-001A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001A-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40398 MATH-001A-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001A-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40399 MATH-001A-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001A-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40400 MATH-001A-04 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-001A-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40401 MATH-001A-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-001A-05: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 1B

PARK LEE PARK LEE PARK LEE

5501 5501 TBA

ZWACK ZWACK ZWACK

4204 4204 TBA

KNOBEL KNOBEL KNOBEL

4301 4301 TBA

ZWACK ZWACK

4204 TBA

STAFF STAFF

4204 TBA

CALCULUS

MATH 1D

5502 5502 TBA

SINCLAIR SINCLAIR SINCLAIR

5501 5501 TBA

Units

Location

STANLEY STANLEY STANLEY

5501 5501 TBA

SILVERMAN SILVERMAN

4218 TBA

TRAN TRAN

4204 TBA

CALCULUS

5 Units

LEE LEE LEE

4201 4201 TBA

KALISVAART KALISVAART KALISVAART

4220 4220 TBA

PARK LEE PARK LEE PARK LEE

4301 4301 TBA

FRANCISCO FRANCISCO FRANCISCO

4204 4204 TBA

CEMBELLIN CEMBELLIN

4218 TBA

CALCULUS

40412 MATH-001D-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001D-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40413 MATH-001D-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA MATH-001D-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

5 Units

ZWACK ZWACK ZWACK

Instructor

5 Units

Prerequisite: MATH 1C. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to integration of functions of more than one variable, including double, triple, flux and line integrals. Additional topics include polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, parameterization, vector fields, path-independence, divergence and curl.

MATH 2A

Prerequisite: MATH 1A. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to integral calculus including definite and indefinite integrals, the first and second Fundamental Theorems and their applications to geometry, physics, and the solution of elementary differential equations.

40402 MATH-001B-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001B-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40403 MATH-001B-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001B-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

Time Days

40407 MATH-001C-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001C-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40408 MATH-001C-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001C-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40409 MATH-001C-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001C-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40410 MATH-001C-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001C-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40411 MATH-001C-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-001C-05: TI-83 or TI-83 plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 1A, 10, 11, 44, 49, 51, 105, 220, 224, 230, 230J, 234: If you have not taken the prerequisite(s) at Foothill College, you will not be allowed to register without an equivalency form from the counseling office or a waiver from the division office. MATH 300 is now NCBS 401A and 401B. Please look under the non-credit courses.

MATH 1A

Title

Prerequisite: MATH 1B. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to functions of more than one variable, including vectors, partial differentiation, the gradient, contour diagrams and optimization. Additional topics include infinite series, convergence, Taylor and Fourier series.

Mathematics Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering

Activity

40404 MATH-001B-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-001B-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40405 MATH-001B-04 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-001B-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40406 MATH-001B-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA MATH-001B-05: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

(650) 949-7608 www.foothill.edu/ol/

RESEARCH PAPER SEARCH STRATEGIES

Course ID

PARK LEE PARK LEE PARK LEE

4220 4220 TBA

STAFF STAFF

4218 TBA

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Prerequisite: MATH 1C. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Differential equations and selected topics of mathematical analysis.

40414 MATH-002A-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-002A-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40415 MATH-002A-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-002A-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

5 Units

KALISVAART KALISVAART KALISVAART

4221 4221 TBA

ENGLISH ENGLISH

4201 TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

MATH 2B

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

LINEAR ALGEBRA

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

MATH 10

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

MORRISS MORRISS MORRISS

4301 4301 TBA

STAFF STAFF

4201 TBA

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Location

40446 MATH-010.-10 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM M DELLAMAGGIORE 4221 TBA TBA TBA DELLAMAGGIORE ONLINE TBA TBA TBA DELLAMAGGIORE TBA MATH-010.-10: Offered partially via the internet. Instructions will be given in-person on the first day of classes. Students must be able to access the internet. TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.  40448 MATH-010.-11W TBA TBA TBA MARTINEZ ONLINE TBA TBA TBA MARTINEZ TBA MATH-010.-11W:Offered via the internet. After registering, you must refer to Course Descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. TI-83 or TI-83 plus Graphing Calculator required.

Prerequisite: MATH 1C. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A first course in Linear Algebra, including systems of linear equations, matrices, linear transformations, determinants, abstract vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, inner product spaces and orthogonality, and selected applications of these topics.

40416 MATH-002B-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-002B-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40417 MATH-002B-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA MATH-002B-02: TI-83 or TI-83 plus Graphing Calculator required.

Course ID

MATH 11

FINITE MATHEMATICS

5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the placement test or Math 105 or Math 108. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Not Repeatable. Set theory, basic combinatorial analysis, introduction to probability, linear equations and inequalities, introduction to linear programming and the simplex method, introduction to matrix algebra with applications, Markov chains, game theory and mathematics of finance.

5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. An introduction to modern methods of descriptive statistics, including collection and presentation of data; measures of central tendency and dispersion; probability; sampling distributions; hypothesis testing and statistical inference; linear regression and correlation; use of microcomputers for statistical calculations. Illustrations taken from the fields of business, economics, medicine, engineering, education, psychology, sociology and from culturally diverse situations.

40449 MATH-011.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-011.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40450 MATH-011.-02 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA MATH-011.-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

40418 MATH-010.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW STAFF 5501 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F STAFF 5501 TBA TBA TBA STAFF TBA MATH-010.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40419 MATH-010.-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW STAFF 4220 LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F STAFF 4220 TBA TBA TBA STAFF TBA MATH-010.-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40420 MATH-010.-03 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh DELOS SANTOS 4310 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F DELOS SANTOS 4310 TBA TBA TBA DELOS SANTOS TBA MATH-010.-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40421 MATH-010.-04 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh MOGEL 4221 LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F MOGEL 4221 TBA TBA TBA MOGEL TBA MATH-010.-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40424 MATH-010.-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW FRANCISCO 4220 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F FRANCISCO 4220 TBA TBA TBA FRANCISCO TBA MATH-010.-05: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40434 MATH-010.-06 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW MORRISS 4221 LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F MORRISS 4221 TBA TBA TBA MORRISS TBA MATH-010.-06: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40431 MATH-010.-07 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEE 5502 LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F LEE 5502 TBA TBA TBA LEE TBA MATH-010.-07: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40432 MATH-010.-08 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF FRANCISCO 4204 TBA TBA TBA FRANCISCO TBA 1MATH-010.-08: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. Some sections may use online content in place of, or in addition to a textbook. Please contact the instructor for details. 40433 MATH-010.-09 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM M MARTINEZ 4220 TBA TBA TBA MARTINEZ ONLINE TBA TBA TBA MARTINEZ TBA MATH-010.-09: Offered partially via the internet. Instructions will be given in-person on the first day of classes. Students must be able to access the internet. TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 12

NI NI NI

5602 5602 TBA

STAFF STAFF

4221 TBA

CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

5 Units

Prerequisite: MATH 11. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Elementary ideas of differential and integral calculus. Differentiation of multivariate functions with their applications. Applications to business and economics.

41475 MATH-012.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF STAFF TBA TBA TBA STAFF MATH-012.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 22

DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

4201 TBA

5 Units

Prerequisite: MATH 49. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in CIS 18; eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Discrete mathematics: set theory, logic, Boolean algebra, methods of proof, mathematical induction, number theory, discrete probability, combinatorics, functions, relations, recursion, algorithm efficiencies, graphs, trees.

40463 MATH-022.-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF FLORERO TBA TBA TBA FLORERO MATH-022.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 44

MATH FOR THE LIBERAL ARTS

4220 TBA

5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement exam or MATH 105. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A survey of mathematical models and other tools to introduce the nonspecialist to the methods of quantitative reasoning. Problem solving by Polya’s method with analytic, numeric, graphical, and verbal investigation. Selecting, constructing, and using mathematical models. Interpreting quantitative results in qualitative context. Emphasis on deductive reasoning and formal logic; algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric models; probability and the normal distribution; data analysis; and selected topics from discrete math, finite math, and statistics.

40464 MATH-044.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-044.-01: TI-83 or TI-83 plus Graphing Calculator required.

MORRISS MORRISS MORRISS

4302 4302 TBA

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

MATH 49

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

PRECALCULUS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

5 Units

MATH 100Y

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 51. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Not Repeatable. An intensive study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, and other functions and their related applications. Additional topics include functional notation, transformation of functions, families of functions, and inverse functions.

40465 MATH-049.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-049.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40466 MATH-049.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-049.-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40467 MATH-049.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-049.-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40474 MATH-049.-04 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-049.-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40476 MATH-049.-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh TBA TBA TBA MATH-049.-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

MATH 51

STAFF STAFF STAFF

4301 4301 TBA

WONG WONG WONG

4310 4310 TBA

SAWKA SAWKA SAWKA

4201 4201 TBA

TRAN TRAN

4221 TBA

STAFF STAFF

4220 TBA

TRIGONOMETRY

MATH 100

4218 4218 TBA

STANLEY STANLEY STANLEY

4218 4218 TBA

WONG WONG WONG

4221 4221 TBA

NI NI

4218 TBA

HANSEN HANSEN

3525 TBA

OPEN COMPUTER LABORATORY

MATH 105

MATH 100X

TBA TBA

OPEN COMPUTER LABORATORY

MATH 108

TBA TBA

2 Units

TBA TBA

KNOBEL

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

4213

5 Units

ACCELERATED ALGEBRA

41144 MATH-108.-01

MATH 220

4204 4204 TBA 4204 4204 TBA 4201 4201 TBA 4310 TBA 4221 TBA 4301 TBA 4301 TBA

ONLINE TBA ONLINE TBA

10 Units

LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTWThF TBA TBA TBA

SILVERMAN SILVERMAN

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

4004 TBA

4 Units

Formerly: MATH 101 Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test; MATH 200, 230, 230J, 234, or 238. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in MATH 101 or 224. Corequisite: MATH 221. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Linear equations, linear inequalities, graphs, linear systems, operations on quadratics, factoring, and proportional reasoning.

4213

1 Unit

KNOBEL

Units

Location

Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test, or successful completion of MATH 200, 230, 230J, 234, and 238. Not Repeatable. This course will cover content from two algebra courses, beginning and intermediate algebra. The content consists of linear equations, linear inequalities, linear systems, polynomials with focus on quadratics, rationals, radicals, absolute values, exponential and logarithmic functions. Relationships between analytical, graphical, numerical, and verbal approaches will be emphasized.

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 3 hours laboratory. Any combination of MATH 100–100Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Individual study and/or guidance provided for students who desire or require additional assistance in any of the mathematics courses.

40550 MATH-100X-01 TBA

Instructor

40493 MATH-105.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW CEMBELLIN LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F CEMBELLIN TBA TBA TBA CEMBELLIN MATH-105.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40494 MATH-105.-02 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh HAYES LEC 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM F HAYES TBA TBA TBA HAYES MATH-105.-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40495 MATH-105.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW SAWKA LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F SAWKA TBA TBA TBA SAWKA MATH-105.-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40497 MATH-105.-04 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF PERINO TBA TBA TBA PERINO MATH-105.-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40499 MATH-105.-05 LEC 1:30 PM–  3:45 PM TTh STAFF TBA TBA TBA STAFF MATH-105.-05: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40501 MATH-105.-06 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW PARIS TBA TBA TBA PARIS MATH-105.-06: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40503 MATH-105.-07 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh STAFF TBA TBA TBA STAFF MATH-105.-07: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.  40505 MATH-105.-08W TBA TBA TBA KNOBEL TBA TBA TBA KNOBEL MATH-105.-08W: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40517 MATH-105.-09W TBA TBA TBA KNOBEL TBA TBA TBA KNOBEL

.5 Unit

KNOBEL

Time Days

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 220. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Quadratic, polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions and expressions with an emphasis on graphing and applications.

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. 1.5 hours laboratory for each .5 unit of credit. Any combination of MATH 100–100Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Individual study and/or guidance provided for students who desire or require additional assistance in any of the mathematics courses.

40549 MATH-100.-01 TBA

Title

OPEN COMPUTER LABORATORY

40552 MATH-100Y-01 TBA

5 Units

NOSRATIEH NOSRATIEH NOSRATIEH

Activity

Advisory: Pass/No Pass 6 hours laboratory. Any combination of MATH 100–100Y may be taken a maximum of 6 times for credit. Individual study and/or guidance provided for students who desire or require additional assistance in any of the mathematics courses.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26. 5 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Not Repeatable. The theory of trigonometric functions and the applications of trigonometry. Topics include: radian measure and circular functions, graphs, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, vectors, and complex numbers.

40487 MATH-051.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM MW LEC 8:00 AM–  8:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-051.-01: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40488 MATH-051.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-051.-02: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40489 MATH-051.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM F TBA TBA TBA MATH-051.-03: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40490 MATH-051.-04 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:25 PM TThF TBA TBA TBA MATH-051.-04: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required. 40491 MATH-051.-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM MW TBA TBA TBA MATH-051.-05: TI-83/83-plus or TI-84/84-plus Graphing Calculator required.

Course ID

40521 MATH-220.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:40 AM MW SINCLAIR LEC 8:00 AM–  8:30 AM TTh SINCLAIR TBA TBA TBA SINCLAIR MATH-220.-01: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-221 of the same section.

4302 4302 TBA

4213

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

40523 MATH-220.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:40 AM MW SWAGERT LEC 10:00 AM–10:30 AM TTh SWAGERT TBA TBA TBA SWAGERT MATH-220.-02: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-221 of the same section. 40525 MATH-220.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:40 AM MW STAFF LEC 10:00 AM–10:30 AM TTh STAFF TBA TBA TBA STAFF MATH-220.-03: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-221 of the same section. 40526 MATH-220.-04 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:40 PM MT MOGEL LEC 12:00 PM–12:30 PM ThF MOGEL TBA TBA TBA MOGEL MATH-220.-04: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-221 of the same section. 40529 MATH-220.-05 LEC 6:00 PM–  8:15 PM TTh STAFF TBA TBA TBA STAFF MATH-220.-05: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-221 of the same section.

MATH 221

ACTIVITIES FOR MASTERY OF BEGINNING ALGEBRA CONCEPTS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

MATH 231

6708 6708 TBA

MATH 230

PREPARING FOR ALGEBRA

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

MATH-SPECIFIC STUDY SKILLS

Units

Location

2 Units

Advisory: Pass/No Pass. Corequisite: MATH 230 or 235. 2 hours lecture. May be taken 6 times for credit. Individualized study and guidance to support students enrolled in MATH 230. Development of math specific study skills and problem solving techniques.

4008 4008 TBA

40542 MATH-231.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MATH-231.-01: Students are required to co-enroll in Math- 230.-01. 40543 MATH-231.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MATH-231.-02: Students are required to co-enroll in Math- 230.-02. 40544 MATH-231.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MATH-231.-03: Students are required to co-enroll in Math- 230.-03. 40546 MATH-231.-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MATH-231.-04: Students are required to co-enroll in Math- 230.-04. 40547 MATH-231.-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM W MATH-231.-05: Students are required to co-enroll in Math- 230.-05.

4302 4302 TBA 4302 TBA

1 Unit

Corequiste: MATH 220. 2 hours lecture. Activities to support mastery of beginning Algebra concepts. Course is designed to allow students concurrently enrolled in MATH 220 to discover, explore and practice algebraic rules and concepts in order to achieve mastery.

40530 MATH-221.-01 LEC 8:40 AM–  9:30 AM TTh SINCLAIR MATH-221.-01: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-220 of the same section. 40532 MATH-221.-02 LEC 10:40 AM–11:30 AM TTh SWAGERT MATH-221.-02: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-220 of the same section. 40533 MATH-221.-03 LEC 10:40 AM–11:30 AM TTh STAFF MATH-221.-03: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-220 of the same section. 40534 MATH-221.-04 LEC 12:50 PM–  1:40 PM ThF MOGEL MATH-221.-04: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-220 of the same section. 40536 MATH-221.-05 LEC 8:20 PM–  9:10 PM TTh STAFF MATH-221.-05: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-220 of the same section.

Course ID

MATH 235

DELOS SANTOS

4223

LAM

4203

PERINO

4305

MARTINEZ

4306

WONG

4202

ALTERNATE CREDIT ARITHMETIC & MATHEMATICAL DEVELOPMENT

5 Units

Corequisite: MATH 231. 8 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Course may be taken 4 times for credit. Course is designed to allow students enrolled in Math 230 and Math 238 to receive credit for mastery of some but not all of the outcomes of Math 230 and Math 238. Students are required to attend the Math 230 course, turn in all work, and participate in the other tasks of the class.

4302 6708

4008

40548

4302

MATH-235.-01

TBA

TBA TBA

DELOS SANTOS

TBA

Music

4302

Fine Arts & Communication

5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or successful completion of Math 300. Advisory: Pass/No Pass; not open to students with credit in MATH 200, 230J, 234, or 238. Corequisite: MATH 231. 8 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals and signed numbers. Introduction to algebraic concepts including solving first-degree equations and evaluating and simplifying expressions. Development and applications of ratios, proportions, percents, geometric concepts and basic algebra.

(650) 949-7156 www.foothill.edu/music/

See also Music Performance. Courses listed on transcript with an “S” suffix are the first half of the course, “T” indicates the second half. The student takes two quarters to complete a quarter’s work and receives no credit for “S” until “T” is completed. (“S” must be taken before “T”)

MUS 1

INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

4 Units

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A study of Western music and its place in civilization. Selected listening and readings from the masterpieces of music of Europe and the Western Hemisphere with an emphasis on methods of comprehension, listening techniques, the elements of music, primary musical forms, and a wide range of concert repertoire. A variety of media consisting of slides, videos, recordings, and lecture will be used. Live performance used when possible.

40537 MATH-230.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTThF DELOS SANTOS 4223 TBA TBA TBA DELOS SANTOS TBA MATH-230.-01: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-231.-01. MATH-230.-01 has 5 instructors in the program. During the quarter, students enrolled in MATH-230.-01 will receive instruction from any of these instructors. Students who enrolled in MATH-230.-01 and MATH-231.-01 will attend class everyday, Monday - Friday from 10-11:50AM. 40538 MATH-230.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTThF LAM 4203 TBA TBA TBA LAM TBA MATH-230.-02: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-231.-02. MATH-230.-02 has 5 instructors in the program. During the quarter, students enrolled in MATH-230.-02 will receive instruction from any of these instructors. Students who enrolled in MATH-230.-02 and MATH-231.-02 will attend class everyday, Monday - Friday from 10-11:50AM. 40539 MATH-230.-03 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTThF PERINO 4305 TBA TBA TBA PERINO TBA MATH-230.-03: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-231.-03. MATH-230.-03 has 5 instructors in the program. During the quarter, students enrolled in MATH-230.-03 will receive instruction from any of these instructors. Students who enrolled in MATH-230.-03 and MATH-231.-03 will attend class everyday, Monday - Friday from 10-11:50AM. 40540 MATH-230.-04 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTThF MARTINEZ 4306 TBA TBA TBA MARTINEZ TBA MATH-230.-04: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-231.-04. MATH-230.-04 has 5 instructors in the program. During the quarter, students enrolled in MATH-230.-04 will receive instruction from any of these instructors. Students who enrolled in MATH-230.-04 and MATH-231.-04 will attend class everyday, Monday - Friday from 10-11:50AM. 40541 MATH-230.-05 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MTThF WONG 4202 TBA TBA TBA WONG TBA MATH-230.-05: Students are required to co-enroll in MATH-231.-05. MATH-230.-04 has 5 instructors in the program. During the quarter, students enrolled in MATH-230.-05 will receive instruction from any of these instructors. Students who enrolled in MATH-230.-05 and MATH-231.-05 will attend class everyday, Monday - Friday from 10-11:50AM.

40727 MUS -001.-01 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM MW DAVIES 1401 TBA TBA TBA DAVIES ONLINE MUS-001.-01: Hybrid class. 1 hour TBA via online instruction. Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements. Also meets Foothill’s Humanities requirement for General Education for the AS/AA degree.  40728 MUS -001.-02W TBA TBA TBA DAVIES ONLINE MUS -001.-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements. Also meets Foothill’s Humanities requirement for General Education for the AS/AA degree.

MUS 2C

GREAT COMPOSERS & MUSIC MASTERPIECES OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION

4 Units

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Introduction to the great composers and music masterpieces of Western culture. Includes composer biographies with emphasis on how composers synthesize or transform the aesthetic ideals of their time. Examines how their music reflects their own lives as well as mirrors contemporary social, political, and religious events. Historical period is mid-19 th Century Romanticism through the present. Composers include Schumann, Chopin, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Berlioz, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Strauss, Verdi, Wagner, Bizet, Debussy, Ravel, Ives, Cowell, Bartok, Berg, Webern, Stravinsky, Copland, Varese, Babbitt, Cage, Crumb, Ligeti, Penderecki, Reich, Glass and Adams.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

MUS 8

40760 MUS -002C-01 LEC 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM MW HARTWELL 1401 TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE MUS -002C-01: Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements. Also meets Foothill’s Humanities requirement for General Education for the AS/AA degree.  40747 MUS -002C-01W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE

MUS 2D

WORLD MUSIC: ROOTS TO CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL FUSION

4 Units

MUS -002D-01W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -002D-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements.

5 Units

Advisory: MUS 12A strongly recommended. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory. Introduction to the fundamentals of music and their application to composition and music literature. Notation, scales, intervals, triads, and their use in basic composition.

 40726

MUS -003A-01W TBA TBA TBA CRATTY ONLINE MUS -003A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements. Also meets Foothill’s Humanities requirement for General Education for the AS/AA degree.

MUS 3C

ADVANCED MUSIC THEORY, LITERATURE & COMPOSITION

5 Units

Advisory: MUS 3B proficiency or equivalent recommended. 4 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory. Continuation of late chromatic harmony and 20 th Century compositional practice and theory. Application to composition and music literature. Impressionism, atonality, set theory, twelvetone technique, graphic notation, and minimalism.

40729 MUS -003C-01 LAB 9:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh DAVIES 1402 L-L 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh DAVIES 1402 MUS -003C-01: This course is offered as a blended delivery in conjunction with MUS 003C02W. Students may attend either the lecture or receive the course content online, or a combination of both. Meets Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AA Degree.  41250 MUS -003C-02W TBA TBA TBA DAVIES ONLINE 08S, MUS -003C-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. This Course is offered as a blended delivery in conjunction with MUS 003C01 students may attend either the lecture or receive the course content online, or a combination of both. Meets Foothill College General Education Graduation Requirements in Humanities for the AS/AA Degree.

MUS 7D

CONTEMPORARY MUSICAL STYLES: THE BEATLES IN THE CULTURE OF POPULAR MUSIC

Title

Time Days

Instructor

MUSIC OF MULTICULTURAL AMERICA

Units

Location

4 Units

40749 MUS -008.-01 LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh BARKLEY 1401 TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008.-01: This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities. 40752 MUS -008.-02 LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM TTh HARTWELL 1401 TBA TBA TBA HARTWELL ONLINE MUS -008.-02: This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.  40754 MUS -008.-03W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008.-03W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.  40755 MUS -008.-04W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008.-04W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.  40756 MUS -008.-05W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008.-05W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.  40757 MUS -008.-06W TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008.-06W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.  40759 MUS -008.-07W TBA TBA TBA BUTTS ONLINE MUS -008.-07W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin. This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.

 40748

BEGINNING MUSIC THEORY, LITERATURE & COMPOSITION

Activity

Advisory: Not open to students with credit in MUS 8H. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A comparative and integrative study of the multicultural musical styles of the United States. Includes the musics of Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Chicano/Latino Americans, and Asian Americans, from their historical roots to the present. Includes a wide variety of musical styles such as Folk, Spirituals, Gospel, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Rap, Cajun, Zydeco, Salsa and Tejano. Analysis of musical traditions from a technical and a cultural perspective; and sequential development of listening and descriptive skills through different media such as films, recordings and computer-assisted instruction.

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A survey of world music styles from their roots in the ethnic traditions of a specific culture through their evolution into new forms that retain vitality and relevance in contemporary society. Traces the elements that make each style distinctive from a purely musical perspective as well as the social, historical, and cultural context that shaped each style’s development. Styles include salsa, reggae, ska, Celtic, Fado, klezmer, South African Township, High Life, sou kous, Bollywood (filmi), Chutney, Cajun, zydeco, and Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar.

MUS 3A

Course ID

MUS 8H

HONORS MUSIC OF MULTICULTURAL AMERICA

4 Units

Prerequisite: Honors Institute participant. Advisory: Not open to students with credit in MUS 8. 4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. A comparative and integrative study of the multicultural musical styles of the United States. Includes the musics of Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Chicano/ Latino Americans, and Asian Americans, from their historical roots to the present. Includes a wide variety of musical styles such as Folk, Spirituals, Gospel, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Rap, Cajun, Zydeco, Salsa, and Tejano. Analysis of musical traditions from a technical and a cultural perspective; and sequential development of listening and descriptive skills through a variety of media including films, recordings, and computer-assisted instruction. The honors course offers an enriched and challenging experience for the more talented student, including deeper content, more rigorous grading, and more demanding and creative assignments requiring application of higher-level thinking, writing, and communication skills.

4 Units

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Continuation of jazz, popular, and rock music with a focus on the Beatles. Includes prominent albums and songs associated with the band’s evolution and stature, and their synthesis of a wide variety of popular and non popular musical styles. Examines the influences of pop music on the Beatles’ early style as well as the group’s own influence on music and pop culture in general. A variety of media consisting of videos, recordings, lecture, and live performance will be used.

40751 MUS -008H-01H LEC 8:00 AM–  9:50 AM TTh BARKLEY 1401 TBA TBA TBA BARKLEY ONLINE MUS -008H-01H: This course is taught by an instructional team led by Dr. Elizabeth Barkley. Meets UC Berkeley American Cultures requirement and Foothill College general education graduation requirement in United States Cultures and Communities.

 40730

MUS -007D-02W TBA TBA TBA DAVIES ONLINE MUS -007D-02W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin. Course meets UC/CSU Arts & Humanities transfer requirements (IGETC) and CSU Area General Ed Requirements. Also meets Foothill’s Humanities requirement for General Education for the AS/AA degree.

Unless otherwise noted, courses run April 4–June 24. All courses are Title 5 Degree applicable credit courses unless otherwise noted. All fee payments are due at time of registration. Instructors are not obligated to hold seats for students who are enrolled but do not attend the first class meeting. As of Feb. 1, 2011, the information printed herein is accurate. For the most up-to-date information, including newly added classes, always access the online schedule.

www.foothill.edu

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

MUS 10

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

4 Units

MUS 13A

4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. Music Fundamentals is a beginning theory course where the basic elements of musicianship and harmony are explored through lecture, listening, and written assignments. Rudiments of music like pitch, rhythm, harmony, style, and form will be examined as rock and roll is analyzed through classical music theory. MUS -010.-01W TBA TBA TBA SULT ONLINE MUS -010.-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill.edu/ fga/ for information on how to begin.

FUNK, FUSION & HIP-HOP

4 Units

MUS 13B

MUS 13C

2 Units

MUS 12B

RAY RAY LIN LIN LIN LIN

INTERMEDIATE CLASS PIANO

MUS 12C

LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM W TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM S TBA TBA TBA

1402 TBA 1402 TBA 1402 TBA

MUS 14A

ADVANCED CLASS PIANO

LEC 11:00 AM–11:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM W TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM S TBA TBA TBA

MUS 14B

1402 TBA 1402 TBA 1402 TBA

SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT

1401 1401 1401 1401

1 Unit

L-L 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM LAB 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM L-L 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM LAB 9:00 PM–  9:50 PM

F F T T

SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT

1401 1401 1401 1401

1 Unit

L-L 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM LAB 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM L-L 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM LAB 9:00 PM–  9:50 PM

F F T T

SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT SCHMIDT

1401 1401 1401 1401

2 Units

LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM Th LAB 8:25 PM–  9:20 PM Th

ZUSSMAN ZUSSMAN

INTERMEDIATE CLASSICAL GUITAR

1101 1101

2 Units

Advisory: MUS 14A 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 14A. Covers more advanced techniques for the right and left hands. Includes reading standard notation up to the 5th position. Increased emphasis is placed on solo guitar literature in addition to ensemble literature. No public performances are required.

40881 MUS -014B-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM Th LAB 8:25 PM–  9:20 PM Th

2 Units

RAY RAY LIN LIN LIN LIN

F F T T

BEGINNING CLASSICAL GUITAR

40878 MUS -014A-01

Advisory: MUS 12B or equivalent skills; concurrent enrollment in MUS 12CL recommended. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 12B with greater emphasis on building a repertoire, varied styles of performance, and ensemble playing.

40770 MUS -012C-01Q 40827 MUS -012C-02Q 40830 MUS -012C-03Q

L-L 12:00 PM–  1:50 PM LAB 2:00 PM–  2:50 PM L-L 7:00 PM–  8:50 PM LAB 9:00 PM–  9:50 PM

2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. A guitar fundamentals course that places emphasis on reading standard notation in the first position. Techniques such as rest stroke, free stroke, and correct left hand position are covered. Fundamental exercises and pieces will be played by the student in class as the instructor provides accompaniment. Includes an overview of the literature and the major performers of the classical guitar. No public performances are required.

2 Units

RAY RAY LIN LIN LIN LIN

1 Unit

CLASS VOICE III

40833 MUS -013C-01Q 40836 MUS -013C-02Q

Advisory: MUS 12A or equivalent skills; concurrent enrollment in MUS 12BL recommended. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 12A with increased emphasis on good tone production, independence of hands, development of eye-hand coordination, simple harmonization and transposition, and building repertoire.

40769 MUS -012B-01Q 40825 MUS -012B-02Q 40829 MUS -012B-03Q

Units

Location

Prerequisite: MUS 13A and 13B. Corequisite: MUS 13CL. 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 13A and 13B, with additional emphasis on musical phrasing, artistic interpretation, and foreign language usage.

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 10 and 12AL recommended. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Group instruction in piano for those with no previous training. Emphasis is on finger technique, note reading, elementary chording, and performance of simple piano literature. For music majors as well as the general student. LEC 10:00 AM–10:50 AM MW TBA TBA TBA LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM W TBA TBA TBA LEC 10:00 AM–11:50 AM S TBA TBA TBA

Instructor

CLASS VOICE II

40832 MUS -013B-01Q 40835 MUS -013B-02Q

MUS -011B-01W TBA TBA TBA ANDERSON ONLINE MUS -011B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

40768 MUS -012A-01 40826 MUS -012A-02 40828 MUS -012A-03

Time Days

Prerequisite: MUS 13A. Corequisite: MUS 13BL. 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 13A with additional emphasis on the development of the voice as a solo instrument.

 40720

BEGINNING CLASS PIANO

Title

CLASS VOICE I

40831 MUS -013A-01 40834 MUS -013A-02

Formerly: MUS 64B 4 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. History and analysis of funk, fusion and Hip Hop styles from 1969 to the present. An introduction to the instruments, performers, composers, compositions and recordings that defined/define funk, fusion & Hip Hop from the collapse of traditional jazz and the introduction of funk and jazz fusion to the present. Presentation of recordings, videos and print resources. Major artists include Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, James Brown, Sly Stone, Weather Report, Wayne Shorter, George Clinton and P-Funk, Jaco Pastorius, Pat Metheny, Grandmaster Flash, Africa Bambaataa, Chuck D. and Dr. Dre. Style periods include Early Jazz Fusion, Early Funk, East Bay Funk, Groove and Smooth Jazz, Modern Fusion, Early Hip Hop and Commercial Rap.

MUS 12A

Activity

Advisory: MUS 12A and 13AL taken concurrently is recommended. 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 4 times for credit. Group instruction in fundamental techniques of singing. Opportunity to develop positive concepts of tone production, diction, stage presence, and music reading needed by the singer.

 40767

MUS 11B

Course ID

MUS 14C

ZUSSMAN ZUSSMAN

ADVANCED CLASSICAL GUITAR

1101 1101

2 Units

Advisory: MUS 14B. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Continuation of MUS 14B. Covers more advanced techniques for the right and left hands. Includes reading standard notation up to the 9th position. Includes more complex solo ensemble literature. Additional class time is spent with lectures, demonstrations and performances. No public performances are required.

1402 TBA 1402 TBA 1402 TBA

40883 MUS -014C-01Q LEC 6:30 PM–  8:20 PM Th LAB 8:25 PM–  9:20 PM Th

ZUSSMAN ZUSSMAN

1101 1101

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 = Middlefield Campus class 

 = Online class 

 = Off-Campus class 

Evening classes are shaded.

Spring Quarter 2011 Courses Course Number CRN

Course ID

MUS 15A

Activity

Title

Time Days

Instructor

BEGINNING FOLK GUITAR

Units

Course Number

Location

CRN

2 Units

MUS 15B

LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM LAB 12:55 PM–  1:25 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM LAB 7:55 PM–  8:50 PM

MW MW W W

SULT SULT SULT SULT

INTERMEDIATE FOLK GUITAR

40743 MUS -041.-01

MUS 50A

1101 1101 MC B6 MC B6

MUS 15C

LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM LAB 12:55 PM–  1:25 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM LAB 7:55 PM–  8:50 PM

MW MW W W

2 Units

SULT SULT SULT SULT

ADVANCED FOLK GUITAR

MUS 35

LEC 12:00 PM–12:50 PM LAB 12:55 PM–  1:25 PM LEC 6:00 PM–  7:50 PM LAB 7:55 PM–  8:50 PM

SULT SULT SULT SULT

SPECIAL PROJECTS IN MUSIC

1101 1101 MC B6 MC B6

MUS 50B

LAB TBA TBA LEC 6:30 PM–  7:20 PM Th

GOLDFARB SULT

MUSIC BUSINESS

TBA 1401

4 Units

ENTERTAINMENT LAW & NEW MEDIA

4 Units

 40722

MUS -050B-01W TBA TBA TBA WELLER ONLINE MUS -050B-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

1101 1101 MC B6 MC B6

MUS 60A

PRODUCING IN THE HOME STUDIO I

4 Units

4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. May be taken 3 times for credit. Design, set up and operation of an audio/video recording studio in a small environment. Space considerations, electrical requirements and acoustic treatment options. Computer requirements including processor speed, memory requirements, data storage devices and monitor selection/ placement. MIDI keyboard types and compatibility, mixer selection and setup, cable selection and care, microphone design, and USB/firewire interface options. Software programs and compatibility issues. How to produce recordings from start to finish in a home studio.

2 Units

 40723

MUS -060A-01W TBA TBA TBA DONNER ONLINE MUS -060A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

 40923

MUS -035.-01 TBA TBA TBA BENVENUTO MC M2 MUS -035.-01: Audition required. Prior to enrolling, please call Peninsula Women’s Chorus at (650) 327-3095 or visit www.pwchorus.org/join for audition information. 40734 MUS -035.-02 TBA TBA TBA TAMBLING TBA MUS -035.-02: Instructor approval required prior to enrollment. For information, contact Bruce Tambling via email: tamblingbruce@foothill.edu  40926 MUS -035.-03 TBA TBA TBA ADAMS BLACH MUS -035.-03: Audition required prior to enrolling. For information, visit www.windband.org/foothill  40927 MUS -035.-04 TBA TBA TBA RAMADANOFF LAUMC MUS -035.-04: Audition required prior to enrolling. For information call The Master Sinfonia: (415)924-8639. 40921 MUS -035.-05 TBA TBA TBA VANCE-LEE TBA MUS -035.-05: Instructor permission required prior to enrollment. For information, visit www.foothill.edu/gospel/ 40919 MUS -035.-06 TBA TBA TBA SCHMIDT TBA MUS -035.-06: Instructor permission required prior to enrollment. For information, please contact Karl Schmidt via email: schmidtkarl@foothill.edu

LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP

Units

Location

4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. In-depth study and discussion of entertainment law as it applies to the emerging new media market and the music industry. Internet sales and distribution for new media, file sharing, licensing for the web, and digital copyright considerations. Promotional packages, web site development, delivery systems, career promotion strategies, contracts and touring. In-depth analysis of contracts and regulations/potential of starting an independent media production company, record label, or online retail site. Sampling licenses/international copyright law and publishing.

6 hours laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. A laboratory course involving an approved student project in music such as theory, history and literature, and applied music. Performances or music productions for community musical events may be planned and executed in this class.

MUS 41

Instructor

MUS -050A-01W TBA TBA TBA GOLDFARB ONLINE MUS -050A-01W: Offered via Internet. After registering, you must refer to course descriptions at www.foothill. edu/fga/ for information on how to begin.

2 Units

MW MW W W

Time Days

 40721

Prerequisites: MUS 15A and 15B or equivalent. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Further instruction in the playing of folk guitar with an emphasis on finger-picking, barre chords, and altered tunings. Sight reading in tablature, chord symbols, and standard notation. Instrumental Blues and blues scales.

40891 MUS -015C-01Q  40908 MUS -015C-02Q

Title

4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. Study of legal and business aspects of the music industry. Emphasis on publishing, licensing, and promotion. Copyright law, interaction between songwriters and music publishers, record companies, distributors and the rules that govern them. How music is licensed, service marks, trademarks and patents. The role of lawyers, agents, personal managers, producers and promoters. Licensing and copyright of intellectual properties in the growing multimedia industry and the internet. Synchronization of music in film, video and television. Career development and how major/independent labels market and distribute media.

Prerequisite: MUS 15A or equivalent. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. Development of traditional finger-picking style playing and picking techniques. Solo and ensemble performance on an intermediate level. Emphasis on reading traditional notation, chord symbols and tablature.

40890 MUS -015B-01Q  40906 MUS -015B-02Q

Activity

of original compositions. Students will gain music performing experience and also learn the technical side of sound reinforcements systems, concert promotion and stage management. The culmination of the student‚s work for the quarter will be participation in a live music concert.

2 hours lecture, 1 hour laboratory. May be taken 6 times for credit. A performance based course in beginning guitar (nylon, steel, or electric guitar) with a concentration on folk music. Traditional and popular songs will be used to demonstrate the development of right and left hand techniques. Standard music notation, tablature, and chord symbols will be presented and students can choose instrumental or popular vocal selections to play.

40887 MUS -015A-01  40894 MUS -015A-02

Course ID

MUS 66B

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL AUDIO: REASON & PRO TOOLS

4 Units

2 hours lecture, 2 hours lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. May be