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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

5.0

ACCTG 020 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: BUS 001 or ACCTG 101 or MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 011S or MATH 012 all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introductory financial accounting for transfer majors in business, information systems, & accounting.

68711 101 LEC TTH

 68719 101 LEC W

Instructor

Units

3.0

1215-0240PM T419

FERRELL, L

0630-0855PM T419

HURST, S

68714 104 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM T418

CHOW, G

3.0

ACCTG 101 - BOOKKEEPING FOR SMALL BUSINESS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Students apply basic accounting principles and procedures for service and merchandising businesses.

FERRELL, L

68712 102 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

CHAWLA, G

68720 101 LEC MW

Mandatory Orientation: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

101 LAB W

at 5:00 pm, in T-205. Please email instructor after registering at Gurdeep.Chawla@sjcc.edu

Jan 28 to May 24 0100-0205PM T209

YOUNGBLOOD,

0215-0335PM T209

YOUNGBLOOD,

+1.0 - 8.0

ACCTG 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE 5.0

ACCTG 021 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCTG 020 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Accounting information for management decision making, budgeting, and cost control. Jan 28 to May 24

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success plans.

68715 101 LEC MW

0915-1140AM T419

FERRELL, L

Class Start & End Dates:

 68716 102 LEC MW

0630-0855PM T419

TORRES, D

68710 101 BY ARRG

3.0

ACCTG 030 - QUICKBOOKS Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 or ACCTG 020 both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Students will use QuickBooks software to perform accounting procedures. Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This course covers federal and state income taxes for individuals, partnerships, and corporations. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1140AM T419

 68713 103 LEC TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

ACCTG 097 - ACCOUNTING FOR INCOME TAXES

Accounting

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 FERRELL, L

Adapted Physical Education First class meeting for all Adaptive Physical Education classes will meet in room 308 for an orientation. All participants are required to have student ID and wear workout clothing.

APE 030E - ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ADAPTED FITNESS FOR LIFE

Jan 28 to May 24

68717 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

CARSON, P

Orientation Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 6:00 PM in T-212. Please email instructor after registering at Patricia.carson@sjcc.edu

5.0

ACCTG 062 - COST ACCOUNTING Prerequisite: ACCTG 021 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 This course covers costing systems, profitability, and decision-making in just-in-time businesses. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68718 101 LEC TTH

0630-0855PM T418

*Open Curriculum: Temporary of permanant verification of disability and written verification provided by a physician or physical therapist This course is designed for students with disabilities to improve their fitness levels. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69055 101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM 309

CHIODO, C

1.0

69056 102 LAB TTH

1215-0135PM 309

CHIODO, C

1.0

STAFF

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

+0.5 - 1.0

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

APE 056E - ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ADAPTED WEIGHT TRAINING

Units

+0.5 - 1.0

*Open Curriculum: Temporary of permanant verification of disability and written verification provided by a physician or physical therapist Strength and conditioning for the student with a disability. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69057 101 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM 309

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

68796 101 LEC TTH

1.0

1045-1205PM 309

CHIODO, C

1.0

CHIODO, C

1.0

Administration of Justice

68798 101 LEC MW

Administration of Justice courses are offered at both EVC and SJCC for students interested in pre-hire, transfer and Associate degree programs.

AJ 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the history and philosophy of administration of justice.

0915-1035AM GE127

JOHNSON, A

0615-0920PM GE127

JOHNSON, A

JOHNSON, A

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM B204

ASATO, K

JOHNSON, A

3.0

JOHNSON, A

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM B102

VAUGHN, L

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of ethical obligations and the importance of public support in the judicial branch. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69364 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Jan 28 to May 24

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE127

AJ 128 - PUBLIC TRUST AND CONFIDENCE IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Contemporary police issues such as hiring, training, corruption, use of force, policing strategies.

2

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Theories of violence, victimology, and such crimes as murder, terrorism, spousal and elder abuse.

 69363 101 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24

1045-1205PM GE127

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

AJ 014 - CONTEMPORARY POLICE ISSUES

68795 101 LEC TTH

ASATO, K VAUGHN, L

AJ 113 - CRIME AND VIOLENCE IN AMERICA

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None History, legal terminology, and principles of criminal procedures.

Class Start & End Dates:

1045-1205PM GE223 0615-0920PM GE127

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Identification, classification, and use of legal and illegal psychoactive drugs.

68800 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

0615-0920PM GE127

Jan 28 to May 24

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write 3 Math: None Laws governing juveniles, justice system procedures, delinquency prevention, and gangs. 3.0

AJ 013 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURES

 68794 101 LEC T

3.0

AJ 111 - JUVENILE LAW AND PROCEDURES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None History, philosophy, and legal structure of criminal law.

Class Start & End Dates:

JOHNSON, A

AJ 110 - NARCOTICS AND DRUG ABUSE

69388 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

1045-1205PM GE127

 68799 102 LEC TH

Class Start & End Dates:

AJ 011 - CRIMINAL LAW

68793 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE127

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basic report writing for criminal justice majors. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

3.0

AJ 104 - REPORT WRITING CHIODO, C

1045-1205PM 309

68791 101 LEC MW

Instructor

AJ 015 - INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Class Start & End Dates:

69059 103 LAB TTH

 68792 102 LEC M

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Principles and procedures of criminal investigation.

69058 102 LAB MW

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

be taught online. JOHNSON, A

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

TORRE, K

3.0


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

AJ 133 - CAREER READINESS IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM

Units

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

69365 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

4.5

AIRC 131 - INTERMEDIATE AIR CONDITIONING Prerequisite: AIRC 121 and AIRC 122 both with C or better Recommended: Completion of 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Service, construction, and repair of central air conditioning systems

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Preparing for justice system public sector employment. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

TORRE, K

be taught online. Class Start & End Dates:

Air Conditioning Accelerated daytime program provides entry-level job skills. Students enroll in in the daytime sections of AIRC 121 and AIRC 122 plus FMT 100. Air Conditioning 131and CIS 041 are required in addition to these classes for a Certificate of Specialization in Air Conditioning & Refrigeration. Please call (408) 288-3781 for additional information.

Jan 28 to May 24

 68703 101 LEC W

0600-0705PM B104

PENNING, K

101 LEC M

0600-0850PM B104

PENNING, K

101 LAB W

0715-0935PM 209L

PENNING, K

Class Start & End Dates: 68704 102 LEC TW 102 LAB TH

Jan 29 to Mar 21 0830-1235PM 209

CRONAN, J

0830-1135AM 209L

CRONAN, J

4.5

AIRC 132 - REFRIGERATION SERVICE AIRC 121 - AIR CONDITIONING PRINCIPLES

4.0

Recommended: Completion of 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Electrical concepts for air conditioning and refrigeration. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68697 101 LEC TTH

0700-0820PM B209

101 LAB TTH

0530-0650PM 107L

Prerequisite: AIRC 121 and AIRC 122 both with C or better Recommended: Completion of 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Service, construction, and repair of commercial refrigeration systems.

MANSFIELD, S

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

MANSFIELD, S

 68705 101 LEC TH

0600-0705PM 208

101 LEC T

0600-0850PM 208

CONNOLLY, K

101 LAB TH

0715-0835PM 209L

CONNOLLY, K

 68698 102 LEC TTH

0700-0820PM B209

MANSFIELD, S

0830-0950PM 107L

MANSFIELD, S

102 LAB TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 29 to Mar 21

68699 103 LEC T

0830-1235PM 207J

CONNOLLY, K

68709 102 LEC TW

103 LEC W

0830-1020AM 207J

CONNOLLY, K

102 LAB TH

103 LAB TH

0830-1235PM 210L

MANSFIELD, S

103 LAB W

1030-1235PM 210L

MANSFIELD, S

Recommended: 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Mechanical concepts of air conditioning and refrigeration. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0700-0820PM B209

CONNOLLY, K

0530-0650PM 207N

CONNOLLY, K

 68701 102 LEC MW

0700-0820PM B209

CONNOLLY, K

0830-0950PM 208L

CONNOLLY, K

Class Start & End Dates: 68702 103 LEC T

CRONAN, J

+1.0 - 8.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68693 101 BY ARRG

102 LAB MW

CRONAN, J

0830-1135AM 209L

Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills. Class Start & End Dates:

 68700 101 LEC MW 101 LAB MW

Apr 2 to May 23 0830-1235PM 209

AIRC 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE 4.0

AIRC 122 - REFRIGERATION PRINCIPLES

CONNOLLY, K

CT101

CONNOLLY, K

Apr 2 to May 23 0830-1235PM 207J

CONNOLLY, K

103 LEC W

0830-1020AM 207J

CONNOLLY, K

103 LAB TH

0830-1235PM 210L

MANSFIELD, S

103 LAB W

1030-1235PM 210L

MANSFIELD, S

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

AIRC 141 - HYDRONICS AND AIR DISTRIBUTION Prerequisite: AIRC 131 and AIRC 132 both with C or better Recommended: Completion of 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Analyze, maintain, and service hydronic heating/cooling/air distribution/refrigerant systems. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68694 101 LEC M

0930-1235PM 208

MANSFIELD, S

4.0

AIRC 142 - AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: AIRC 131 and AIRC 132 both with C or better Recommended: Completion of 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This course presents the theory, application, and operation of HVAC systems. Class Start & End Dates:  68695 101 LEC W

MANSFIELD, S

2.0

AIRC 145 - SHEET METAL PRINCIPLES Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to fundamentals of sheet metal working.

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Alcohol and Drug Studies San Jose City College offers both an Associate of Arts and an Associate of Science Degree in Alcohol & Drug Studies. Students planning to transfer should follow the Associate in Arts Degree. The San Jose City College Chemical Dependency Certificate program is designed to meet the California Association of Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CAADAC) requirement of: 315 Hours of approved Alcohol and Drug training education 255 Hours of Supervised Practicum Completion of the above requirements prepares students to sit for the written examination given by CAADAC, which is the first step toward certification. Following completion of the written exam, CAADAC Interns are required to document 4,000-6,000 hours or 2 years full time supervised work experience as a drug and alcohol counselor. Completion of 4,000-6,000 hours will entitle interns to apply for the oral examination given by CAADAC. When both the written and oral examinations have been successfully completed, the California Certification Board of Alcohol & Drug Counselors awards the following certification: Certified Alcohol Counsel (CAD) - 4,000 hour level Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) - 6,000 hour level

3.0

ADS 070 - INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY

Jan 28 to May 24 0545-0950PM CT114

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the history, causes, and progression of chemical addiction. Class Start & End Dates:  68783 101 LEC W

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM T309

FLORES, J

MATERIAL FEE: $15.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68696 101 LEC F

0530-0620PM 208

PARENT, D

0630-0935PM 207L

PARENT, D

101 LAB F

ADS 071 - PHARMACOLOGY/PHYSIOLOGY OF ADDICTION

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Pharmacological and physiological effects, consequences, and treatment of chemical dependency. Class Start & End Dates: 68784 101 LEC TH

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-1205PM T309

GROZIER, I

3.0

ADS 072 - CODEPENDENCY AND FAMILY DYNAMICS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Models of codependency are described and approaches to recovery are examined. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68785 101 LEC T

0900-1205PM T309

COOK, M

3.0

ADS 073 - CASE MANAGEMENT Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Chemical dependency assessment, orientation, treatment planning, and relapse prevention.

4

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68786 101 LEC M

0900-1205PM T309

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

GROZIER, I


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

ADS 074 - ETHICS, AND PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Course addresses ethical, personal and professional issues for alcohol and drug counselors. Class Start & End Dates:  68787 101 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM T309

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM T309

COOK, M

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0840PM GE205

3.0

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM T309

FLORES, J

Jan 28 to May 24

68906 101 LEC TTH

0905-0955AM A217

HARRIS-SINTAM

101 LAB TTH

1005-1155AM A217

HARRIS-SINTAM

3.0 +3.0

ART 013 - THREE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

Prerequisite: ADS 077A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Supervised Practicum B in chemical dependency studies.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to the theories and applications of design in three dimensional form. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE103

CASPER, P

Jan 28 to May 24

68907 101 LEC MW

0200-0250PM A120

GREGOR, M

101 LAB MW

0300-0450PM A217

GREGOR, M

Anthropology

ART 014 - COLOR

ANTH 062 - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students address the principles of color and their relations to art and design.

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course is designed to introduce students to the field of physical anthropology.

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68908 101 LEC MW

0905-0955AM A217

BROOK-KOTHLO

101 LAB MW

1005-1155AM A217

BROOK-KOTHLO

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE121

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces concepts of culture, language, kinship, marriage, religions and the arts.

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the fundamental elements and compositional principles of drawing. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM B209

SMITH, J

Jan 28 to May 24

68909 101 LEC TTH

0905-0955AM A120

101 LAB TTH

1005-1155AM A120

ADKINS, J

68910 102 LEC MW

0200-0250PM A120

BELL, J

EVENING CLASS

ADKINS, J

102 LAB MW

0300-0450PM A120

BELL, J

 68911 103 LEC TTH

0615-0705PM A120

BELL, J

0715-0905PM A120

BELL, J

103 LAB TTH

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

3.0

ART 024 - BEGINNING DRAWING

SMITH, J

ANTH 063 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

69368 101 LEC TTH

3.0

ART 012 - TWO DIMENSIONAL DESIGN Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the theories and application of design in two-dimensional form

ADS 077B - SUPERVISED PRACTICUM B

Class Start & End Dates:

LAYMOUN, N

Art includes Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, and Multimedia. For additional computer courses, see class listings under Computer Information Systems.

KENDRICK, F

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None How the community responds to addiction through law, education and treatment.

 68804 101 LEC TH

5.0

Prerequisite: ARABC 001A with C or better Advisiory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Second semester introductory Arabic language and culture. Class Start & End Dates:

ADS 076 - LAW AND PREVENTION: COMMUNITY RESPONSE

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Art

 68788 101 LEC TH

 68790 101 LEC M

Instructor

Arabic

 69294 101 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

ARABC 001B - ELEMENTARY ARABIC

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Theories and purposes of various counseling approaches with individuals, groups and families.

 68789 101 LEC M

Time

See other Foreign Languages under French, Japanese, Sign Language, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

ADS 075 - INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY, GROUP COUNSELING

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

+3.0

ART 046A - BEGINNING CERAMICS I Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary clay construction and introduction to the potter's wheel.

Time

Room

Instructor

3.0

ART 060 - BEGINNING PAINTING I

Jan 28 to May 24

68912 101 LEC TTH

1215-0105PM A213

MCGINLEY, J

Class Start & End Dates: 68920 101 LEC MW

1230-0120PM A217

MATHIAS, E

101 LAB MW

0130-0320PM A217

MATHIAS, E

101 LAB TTH

0115-0305PM A118

MCGINLEY, J

 68913 102 LEC MW

0615-0705PM A213

GREGOR, M

0715-0905PM A118

GREGOR, M

68914 103 LEC S

0900-1050AM A213

GREGOR, M

103 LAB S

1100-0305PM A118

GREGOR, M

102 LAB MW

Jan 28 to May 24

+3.0

ART 061 - BEGINNING PAINTING II

+3.0

ART 046B - BEGINNING CERAMICS II Prerequisite: ART 046A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate clay construction techniques. Aesthetic development and personal expression.

Prerequisite: ART 060 with C or better Intermediate studio painting course emphasizing development of personal aesthetics and composition. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68921 101 LEC MW

1230-0120PM A217

MATHIAS, E

101 LAB MW

0130-0320PM A217

MATHIAS, E

MATERIAL FEE: $25.00 Class Start & End Dates: 68915 101 LEC TTH

1215-0105PM A213

MCGINLEY, J

101 LAB TTH

0115-0305PM A118

MCGINLEY, J

 68916 102 LEC MW

0615-0705PM A213

GREGOR, M

0715-0905PM A118

GREGOR, M

68917 103 LEC S

0900-1050AM A213

GREGOR, M

103 LAB S

1100-0305PM A118

GREGOR, M

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

ART 055A - LIFE DRAWING I Prerequisite: ART 024 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Drawing from the human figure, including drawing accurate proportion, volume and tonal shading. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68922 101 LEC TTH

1045-1135AM T401

BASHISTA, M

101 LAB TTH

1145-0135PM T401

BASHISTA, M

3.0

ART 072 - COMPUTER GRAPHICS Recommended: Cross-platform computer literacy and file management competency are highly recommened Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introductory course in creating graphic projects on the computer.

Jan 28 to May 24

68918 101 LEC MW

0905-0955AM A120

MATHIAS, E

101 LAB MW

1005-1155AM A120

MATHIAS, E

3.0

ART 055B - LIFE DRAWING II Prerequisite: ART 055A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate course in drawing the human figure with emphasis on creative aspects of figure drawing. Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

ART 071 - INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS

Jan 28 to May 24

Recommended: Students should be familiar with computers and external devices such as cameras Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 An introduction to creating images, graphics, audio, video, and text for digital devices.

102 LAB MW

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68923 101 LEC F

0915-1105AM T303

ALLIE, B

101 LAB F

1115-0320PM T303

ALLIE, B

+3.0

ART 074 - MULTIMEDIA DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

Jan 28 to May 24

68919 101 LEC MW

0905-0955AM A120

MATHIAS, E

101 LAB MW

1005-1155AM A120

MATHIAS, E

Prerequisite: ART 071 or ART 078 or ART 084 or ART 084A all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A course in developing content and designing interfaces for Multimedia productions. MATERIAL FEE: $20.00 Class Start & End Dates:

6

Units

Prerequisite: ART 014 and ART 024; both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introductory studio course to oil or acrylic painting media.

MATERIAL FEE: $25.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24

68924 101 LEC MW

1045-1135AM A213

GREGOR, M

101 LAB MW

1145-0135PM A213

GREGOR, M

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

ART 078 - DIGITAL VIDEO Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 The basics of digital video production for beginners: shoot, record, edit using computer platforms.

Room

68925 101 LEC TTH

0230-0320PM T303

POWERS, K

101 LAB TTH

0330-0520PM T303

POWERS, K

68933 101 LEC TTH  68934 102 LEC M

3.0

INTERSESSION 69336 103 LEC MTWTH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Design and build web pages using CSS and HTML editing software, such as Dreamweaver.

0145-0305PM A112

CONNOR, A

0615-0920PM A112

ARNOLD, K

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0100-0505PM A112

68926 101 LEC MW

1045-1135AM T401

BELL, J

101 LAB MW

1145-0135PM T401

BELL, J

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

3.0

ART 079B - WEB DESIGN 2 Prerequisite: ART 079A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 An intermediate course in creating effective web design projects.

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1135AM T401

BELL, J

101 LAB MW

1145-0135PM T401

BELL, J

+3.0

Prerequisite: ART 046B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Supplemental work in specialized area of ceramic art.

0230-0320PM A214

BELL, J

101 LAB TTH

0330-0520PM A214

BELL, J

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0105PM A213

MCGINLEY, J

101 LAB TTH

0115-0305PM A118

MCGINLEY, J

0615-0705PM A213

0915-1035AM S213

CHIAR, J

68020 102 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM S213

VANAJAKSHI, C

68021 103 LEC TTH

1245-0205PM S213

VANAJAKSHI, C

0615-0920PM S213

CHRISTEN, O

INTERSESSION

GREGOR, M

0715-0905PM A118

GREGOR, M

68930 103 LEC S

0900-1050AM A213

GREGOR, M

103 LAB S

1100-0305PM A118

GREGOR, M

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of Western and Non-Western art from the Prehistoric to the Gothic.

0900-0105PM S213

VANAJAKSHI, C

 69310 106 LEC MTWTH

0600-1005PM S213

VANAJAKSHI, C

 68023 101 LAB M CONNOR, A

68932 102 LEC F

0915-1220PM A112

METCALF, P

INTERSESSION 69335 103 LEC MTWTH

1.0

Prequisite: ASTRO 010 with C or better Corequisite: or concurrent enrollment in ASTRO 010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introductory laboratory course in general astronomy. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 1220-0140PM A112

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69240 105 LEC MTWTH

ASTRO 010L - INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY LAB

ART 091 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: PREHISTORIC THROUGH GOTHIC

68931 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

68019 101 LEC MW

 68022 104 LEC W

68928 101 LEC TTH

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Origin of the solar system, birth/death of stars, structure/evolution of galaxies and the universe. Class Start & End Dates:

MATERIAL FEE: $25.00

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68935 101 LEC TTH

ASTRO 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY

ART 089 - SPECIAL PROJECTS IN CERAMICS

102 LAB MW

3.0

The Astronomy 010 and 010L courses may require field trips. Students are responsible for any entrance fees and transportation. Contact the instructor for details.

68927 101 LEC MW

 68929 102 LEC MW

KENNEDY, D

Astronomy

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

ART 095 - BEGINNING WATERCOLOR

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Jan 28 to May 24

Recommended: ART 024 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the basic materials and techniques of watercolor painting.

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

ART 092 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY RENAISSANCE TO THE PRESENT

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

ART 079A - WEB DESIGN 1

Time

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of Western and Non-Western art from the Renaissance to the present.

MATERIAL FEE: $25.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM S213

CHIAR, J

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM B209

HARRIS-SINTAM

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Athletics Intercollegiate Men

BIOL 004B - ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY AND BIODIVERSITY

Please call (408) 288-3730 for more information.

Prerequisite: BIOL 004A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 4 Write: 4 Math: 3 Biology 004B is a major level biology course emphasizing organismal biology and biodiversity.

+0.5 - 3.0

ATHM 094 - INDIVIDUALIZED SKILLS LABORATORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Transferable individualized instruction designed to enrich or broaden students' experiences. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

CARR, P

Biology

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0150PM S133

101 LAB MW

0215-0520PM S133

D'ELISCU, P

 68028 102 LEC T

0615-0920PM S123

FITZGERALD, M

0615-0920PM S133

FITZGERALD, M

102 LAB MW

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Survey of Human biology covering form and function intended for non-majors.

Students are required to provide their own Safety Goggles and Lab Coat for the following Biology Courses: Biol 002, 004A, 004B, 020, 071, 072, 074

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB T 68036 102 LEC TTH

5.0

BIOL 002 - ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY Prerequisite: BIOL 001 and (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015), all with C or better Recommended: A solid command of the English language, particularly strong reading and writing skills, is needed Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Biology 2 introduces students to plant and animal organisms from cells to organ system integration. Class Start & End Dates:

102 LAB TH 68037 103 LEC T 103 LAB TH

1130-1250PM S203

DRAZKIEWICZ, A

101 LAB TTH

0800-1105AM S133

DRAZKIEWICZ, A

BIOL 004A - GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND CELL BIOLOGY

Jan 28 to May 24 DATTA, S

1115-0220PM S130

DATTA, S

0915-1035AM S122

DATTA, S

1115-0220PM S130

DATTA, S

0230-0535PM S130

STAFF

0230-0535PM S130

STAFF

 68038 104 LEC T

0615-0920PM S130

JOHNSON, V

0615-0920PM S130

JOHNSON, V

104 LAB TH

5.0

Prerequisite: MATH 013 and ENGL (092 or 104) and CHEM 015; all with C or better Recommended: Recently completed biology course with high B or better in high school or college Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Biology 004A introduces science majors to issues in cell, molecular, and evolutionary biology.

8

4.0

0915-1035AM S122

Jan 28 to May 24

68024 101 LEC TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

D'ELISCU, P

BIOL 020 - HUMAN BIOLOGY

The Biological Science courses may require field trips. Students are responsible for any entrance fees and transportation. Contact the instructor for details.

68029 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

68025 101 LEC MW

1215-0135PM S123

NEWTON, M

101 LAB MW

0845-1150AM S130

NEWTON, M

68026 102 LEC MW

1215-0135PM S123

NEWTON, M

102 LAB MW

0200-0505PM S130

NEWTON, M

Units

5.0

68027 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

69061 101 LAB

Instructor

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

4.0

BIOL 021 - GENERAL BIOLOGY Recommended: 3 units of Math 310 with P grade or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 A biology course designed for non-science majors which meets the laboratory science requirements. Class Start & End Dates: 68039 101 LEC MW 101 LAB M 68040 102 LEC MW 102 LAB W 68041 103 LEC TTH 103 LAB T 68042 104 LEC TTH 104 LAB TH 68043 105 LEC TTH 105 LAB T 68044 106 LEC TTH 106 LAB TH

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students are introduced to botany and plant interactions. Class Start & End Dates: 68052 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0200-0320PM S128

1240-0345PM S134

HUBBARD, J

1045-1205PM S123

ANTTILA, C

Prerequisite: BIOL 021 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 This course is a detailed survey of the structure of the human body. Class Start & End Dates:

1045-1205PM S123

ANTTILA, C

1240-0345PM S134

HUBBARD, J

1045-1205PM S122

ANTTILA, C

1240-0345PM S134

Jan 28 to May 24 1050-1210PM S123

D'ELISCU, P

SAINTEN, A

101 LAB TTH

0735-1040AM S126

D'ELISCU, P

1045-1205PM S122

ANTTILA, C

68054 102 LEC TTH

1050-1210PM S123

D'ELISCU, P

1240-0345PM S134

SAINTEN, A

102 LAB TTH

0145-0450PM S126

D'ELISCU, P

1215-0135PM S123

ANTTILA, C

 68055 103 LEC MW

0500-0620PM S203

CABANILLA, J

0630-0935PM S126

CABANILLA, J

0840-1145AM S134

JOHNSON, R

1215-0135PM S123

ANTTILA, C

0840-1145AM S134

JOHNSON, R

103 LAB MW

108 LAB T

0615-0920PM S134 0615-0920PM S123

ANTTILA, C

0615-0920PM S134

SAINTEN, A

1215-0135PM S122

ANTTILA, C

Class Start & End Dates:

0840-1145AM S134

JOHNSON, R

ANTTILA, C JOHNSON, R

0615-0920PM S123

ANTTILA, C

SAINTEN, A

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 A biology course covering scientific and ethical issues of heredity for non-science majors. Class Start & End Dates: 68048 101 LEC MW  68049 102 LEC W INTERSESSION 69311 104 LEC MTWTH

Jan 28 to May 24

1230-0150PM S202

TAYLOR, D

101 LAB MW

0915-1220PM S126

TAYLOR, D

68060 102 LEC MW

1230-0150PM S202

TAYLOR, D

102 LAB MW

0200-0505PM S126

KEYS, S

 68063 103 LEC TTH

0500-0620PM S205

KOPPIKAR, S

0630-0935PM S126

KOPPIKAR, S

103 LAB TTH

HURST, K

0615-0920PM S123

JOHNSON, V

Jan 3 to Jan 24 CABANILLA, J

3.0

BIOL 063 - ECOLOGY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Study of population, community, ecosystem, landscape, and bioshere.

Prerequisite: (CHEM 001A or CHEM 011A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A or CHEM 032A or CHEM 065 or CHEM 089) and (AP 003 or ANAT 001 or BIOL 001 or BIOL 071 or BIOL 072 or PHYSO 060); all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 Microbial metabolism, genetics, control, infection, disease, immunity, and lab techniques. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates: 68050 101 LEC TTH  68051 102 LEC TH INTERSESSION 69312 103 LEC MTWTH

5.0

BIOL 074 - GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

0915-1035AM S123

0900-0105PM S123

Jan 28 to May 24

68058 101 LEC MW

3.0

BIOL 061 - HUMAN HEREDITY

5.0

BIOL 072 - HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

 68047 109 LEC M

1215-0135PM S122

 68046 108 LEC M

110 LAB W

5.0

68053 101 LEC TTH

0840-1145AM S134

69314 110 LEC MW

ANTTILA, C

BIOL 071 - HUMAN ANATOMY

Jan 28 to May 24

107 LAB M

109 LAB W

Units

3.0

BIOL 066 - BOTANY

Prerequisite: (ANAT 001 or BIOL 071) and (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A or CHEM 032A) and MATH 013; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Study of human body processes including cell metabolism, organ/system function

68045 107 LEC MW

Instructor

Jan 28 to May 24

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM S123

HURST, K

0615-0920PM S123

KEYS, S

68065 101 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM S122

DANIEL, A

101 LAB TTH

0830-1135AM S132

DANIEL, A

68066 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM S122

DANIEL, A

102 LAB TTH

0145-0450PM S132

ADAMS-STRYKE

 68067 103 LEC TTH

0500-0620PM S122

ADAMS-STRYKE

0630-0935PM S132

ADAMS-STRYKE

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM S122

KEYS, S

103 LAB TTH

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

BROAD 042A - INTRODUCTION TO RADIO BROADCAST AND THEORY

0300-0525PM T212

GEBHART, E

101 LAB W

0300-0420PM T212

GEBHART, E

BROAD 042B - INTERMEDIATE THEORY AND PRACTICES OF RADIO BROADCAST

3.0

68188 101 LEC M

0300-0525PM T212

GEBHART, E

101 LAB W

0300-0420PM T212

GEBHART, E

 68724 101 LEC T

Prerequisite: BROAD 042B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The theory and practice of on-air performance and station management.

 68725 101 LEC M

Jan 28 to May 24

68189 101 LEC M

0300-0525PM T212

GEBHART, E

101 LAB W

0300-0420PM T212

GEBHART, E

+3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Demonstrate application of english language for business writing.

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM T424

BLACK, J

68727 102 LEC MW

1215-0135PM T424

BLACK, J

0600-0905PM T424

BLACK, J

3.0

BUS 082 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS CARTY, L

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 4 Write: 4 Math: 2 Functions and practices of business in the context of the global environment. Class Start & End Dates:

Recommended: BUS 007A and competent use of Microsoft Word and Excel programs Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Write professional and business documents to communicate effectively.

68729 101 LEC MW 68730 102 LEC TTH  68731 103 LEC W

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM T424

BLACK, J

1215-0135PM T424

BLACK, J

0630-0935PM T312

68732 104 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be

Jan 28 to May 24 LAYMAN, N

LAHAI, M BLACK, J

taught online. Orientation is mandatory for this Internet Hybrid Class: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 6:00 pm in room T424  69302 105 LEC M INTERSESSION 69308 106 LEC MTWTH

10

3.0

68726 101 LEC TTH  68728 103 LEC W

Jan 28 to May 24

after registering at katie.layman@evc.edu

LAHAI, M

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students study laws and regulations affecting business including key concepts. Class Start & End Dates:

BUS 008 - BUSINESS ENGLISH AND WRITING

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0935PM T312

BUS 071 - LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Business BUS 007A - BUSINESS LANGUAGE SKILLS

SALINAS, F

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course familiarizes students with the basic elements of starting and managing a small business. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0935PM T313

BUS 068 - SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3.0

BROAD 042C - ADVANCED THEORY AND PRACTICES OF RADIO

3.0

Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better or placement based on Math assessment Recommended: MATH 061 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn how to collect and use statistics to solve business problems. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Orientation: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 4:30 pm, in room T213. Please email instructor

CHAWLA, G

BUS 060 - FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS STATISTICS

Prerequisite: BROAD 042A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Radio broadcasting and an introduction to on-air performance.

68722 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

3.0

after registering at Gurdeep.Chawla@sjcc.edu

68187 101 LEC M

1045-1205PM T213

Units

at 4:00 pm, in T-205. Please email instructor

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Jan 28 to May 24

68723 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Mandatory Orientation: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Class Start & End Dates:

68721 101 LEC MW

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to personal finance and investments. Class Start & End Dates:

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn the theory and fundamentals of radio broadcast.

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

BUS 025 - INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENTS

Broadcasting

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

0600-0905PM T424

STAFF

Jan 3 to Jan 24 1015-0220PM T424

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

BLACK, J


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

BUS 112 - ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, AND SALES

Units

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

 68733 101 LEC TH

0630-0935PM T312

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 An introductory course to acquaint students with operations pertaining to international marketing. Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0935PM T312

5.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0735-0855AM S203

LAZIK, I

101 LAB MW

0905-1210PM S208

LAZIK, I

5.0

CHEM 012B - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Class Start & End Dates: LAHAI, M

Jan 28 to May 24

68080 101 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM S203

NGUYEN, K

101 LAB TTH

1045-0150PM S208

NGUYEN, K

CHEM 015 - FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

All chemistry students are required to provide their own OSHA approved safety goggles.

Prerequisite: CHEM 015 and MATH 013 both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A first course in general chemistry with lab for science and pre-professional majors.

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S; all with C or better or equivalent Recommended: MATH 013 may be taken prior to or concurrent with CHEM 015 Advisory Level: Read : 3 Write: 3 Math: None A preparatory course for CHEM 001A with lab meeting part of the GE requirement in physical science.

MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

5.0

CHEM 001A - GENERAL CHEMISTRY

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

68071 101 LEC MW

1050-1210PM S204

SONG, J

101 LAB MW

0735-1040AM S209

NGUYEN, K

68072 102 LEC MW

1050-1210PM S204

SONG, J

102 LAB MW

1240-0345PM S209

NGUYEN, K

68073 103 LEC TTH

1050-1210PM S204

CABRERA, J

103 LAB TTH

0735-1040AM S209

CABRERA, J

68074 104 LEC TTH

1050-1210PM S204

CABRERA, J

68081 101 LEC TTH 101 LAB T 68082 102 LEC TTH 102 LAB TH 68083 103 LEC MW 103 LAB M 68084 104 LEC MW

LAZIK, I

1045-0150PM S211

LAZIK, I

0915-1035AM S204

LAZIK, I

1045-0150PM S211

LAZIK, I

1100-1220PM S202

CABRERA, J

0745-1050AM S211

CABRERA, J

1100-1220PM S202

CABRERA, J

104 LAB TTH

1250-0355PM S209

WILSON, L

104 LAB W

0745-1050AM S211

CABRERA, J

0545-0705PM S209

SAINI, S

 68085 105 LEC M

0615-0920PM S204

DIPIETRO, R

0715-1020PM S209

SAINI, S

5.0

CHEM 001B - GENERAL CHEMISTRY Prerequisite: CHEM 001A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A second course in general chemistry, with lab, for science and pre-professional majors. Class Start & End Dates:

0615-0920PM S211

DIPIETRO, R

0615-0920PM S204

DIPIETRO, R

0615-0920PM S211

DIPIETRO, R

Jan 28 to May 24

68076 101 LEC TTH

1230-0150PM S202

SONG, J

101 LAB TTH

0900-1205PM S212

SONG, J

68077 102 LEC TTH

1230-0150PM S202

SONG, J

102 LAB TTH

0200-0505PM S212

SONG, J

 68078 103 LEC TTH

0545-0705PM S212

ZHENG, C

0715-1020PM S212

ZHENG, C

103 LAB TTH

105 LAB W

 68087 106 LEC M 106 LAB TH

4.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM S204

 68075 105 LEC MW 105 LAB MW

Units

Prerequisite: CHEM 012A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The second course of a two semester sequence in organic science for majors.

Chemistry

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

68079 101 LEC MW LAHAI, M

BUS 124 - INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

Room

CHEM 012A - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

 69296 101 LEC T

Time

Prerequisite: CHEM 001B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The first course of a two semester sequence in organic chemistry for majors.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introduction to field of advertising and promotion, emphasizing integrated marketing communications.

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

CHEM 032A - INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

Units

4.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 First of a two course sequence in introductory chemistry for paraprofessionals & non-science majors. Class Start & End Dates: 68089 101 LEC MW 101 LAB M 68090 102 LEC MW 102 LAB W

1100-0205PM S212

Time

Room

Class Start & End Dates:

ADAMCZESKI, M IBRAHIM, S

0915-1035AM S204

ADAMCZESKI, M

1100-0205PM S212

IBRAHIM, S

1215-0135PM S204

ADAMCZESKI, M

Jan 28 to May 24

68207 101 LAB

GE209B PHUNG, A

0200-0505PM S211

ADAMCZESKI, M

0615-0920PM S202

STAFF

Class Start & End Dates:

105 LAB W

0615-0920PM S212

STAFF

68208 101 LEC TTH

 68094 106 LEC M

0615-0920PM S202

STAFF

0615-0920PM S209

IBRAHIM, S

68092 104 LEC TTH 104 LAB TH

106 LAB TH

0200-0505PM S211

ADAMCZESKI, M

1215-0135PM S204

ADAMCZESKI, M

CHEM 032B - INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

Jan 28 to May 24

68095 101 LEC M

1100-0205PM S205

101 LAB W

4.0

ADAMCZESKI, M ADAMCZESKI, M

0615-0920PM S211

ADAMCZESKI, M

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides understanding of interpersonal communication skills with emphasis on in-class discussion.

See other Foreign Languages under Arabic, French, Japanese, Sign Language, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Class Start & End Dates: 68206 101 LEC TTH

12

Class Start & End Dates:

5.0

Corequisite: CHIN 001AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None First semester elementary Chinese language and culture

Jan 28 to May 24

68210 101 LEC MW

1045-1205PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

68212 102 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM T313

GAINER, B

68213 103 LEC TTH

0145-0305PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1140AM GE111

3.0

COMS 010 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Chinese

CHIN 001A - ELEMENTARY CHINESE

GE209B PHUNG, A

Communication Studies

ADAMCZESKI, M

1100-0205PM S211

*0.5

Jan 28 to May 24

68209 101 LAB

0615-0920PM S205

YU, J

Corequisite: CHIN 001B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements supplements classroom instruction for CHIN 001B. Class Start & End Dates:

 68096 102 LEC TH 102 LAB T

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0240PM GE111

CHIN 001BL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB CHINESE 1B

Prerequisite: CHEM 030A or CHEM 032A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 001A all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Second of two course sequence in introductory chemistry for paraprofessionals & non-science majors. Class Start & End Dates:

5.0

CHIN 001B - ELEMENTARY CHINESE

 68093 105 LEC M

103 LAB T

Units

*0.5

CHIN 001AL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB CHINESE 1A

Prerequisite: CHIN 001A with C or better Corequisite: CHIN 001BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The second semester introduction to Elementary Chinese language and culture

68091 103 LEC TTH

Instructor

Corequisite: CHIN 001A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for CHIN 001A.

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM S204

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

YU, J

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

COMS 020 - ORAL COMMUNICATION Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop public speaking skills, learn effective research, organization, and delivery. Class Start & End Dates:

0745-0905AM T210

IYENGAR, A

68215 102 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM T210

IYENGAR, A

68216 103 LEC MW

0915-1035AM T304

IYENGAR, A

68217 104 LEC MW

1045-1205PM T210

SHELTON, M

68218 105 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM T210

SHELTON, M

68219 106 LEC MW

1215-0135PM T210

SHELTON, M

68220 107 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM T210

SHELTON, M

68221 108 LEC TTH

0145-0305PM T210

ECKSTONE, S

 68222 109 LEC M

0615-0920PM T210

AVILA, C

 68223 110 LEC T

0615-0920PM T210

GEORGE, N

 68224 111 LEC W

0615-0920PM T210

GAINER, B

 68225 112 LEC TH

0615-0920PM T210

AVILA, C

INTERSESSION 69322 113 LEC MTWTH

Room

Instructor

Computer Applications

Tuesday: 1:45 PM-4:50 PM, Room T202 and T203 Friday: 9:00AM-12:05PM, Room T202 and T203 All of these courses are self-paced, open-entry and open- exit courses. These courses ARE NOT ONLINE, but are web enhanced with the Moodle Online Learning System. Students must attend one lab session per week. Students receive hands-on assistance from the instructors and instructional support staff in the labs. The CA Department highly recommends that students only register for one or two of the courses at a time. Once the course has been completed, students can sign up for additional courses during the same semester as long as it is within the open enrollment period. The open enrollment period is two weeks before the last day to drop a fall semester class and receive a W on record.

SHELTON, M

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Examine cultural communication patterns, perception, skills, and cultural adaptation.

CA 050D, 055D, 060D, 065D are ONLY OFFERED on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00PM-9:05PM, Room T203, in self-paced, open-entry and open-exit format. Students registering for these courses should attend the mandatory orientation at this time. NON-SELF-PACED COURSES: CA 005, 010A, 011, 015A, 100D are taught in lecture/lab format that require mandatory attendance.

Jan 28 to May 24

68226 101 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

68227 102 LEC M

0145-0450PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

3.0

COMS 040 - INTRODUCTION TO ARGUMENTATION

2.0

CA 005 - COMPUTER LITERACY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Logical arguments, critical listening, analytical thinking through speeches, cases, debates, briefs.

68229 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM T210

SHELTON, M

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding speed of 25 net words per minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A basic computer literacy course; with MS Office applications.

68232 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM T210

SHELTON, M

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68736 101 LEC W

0900-0950AM T202

UPADHYAY, M

101 LAB W

1000-0105PM T202

UPADHYAY, M

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

COMS 045 - SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Theory and practice in small group communication. Analysis of the group communication process.

1.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Computer keyboarding mastery is developed using touch keyboarding techniques.

Jan 28 to May 24

68240 101 LEC F

0915-1220PM T304

ECKSTONE, S

68241 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

68242 103 LEC W

0145-0450PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

 68243 104 LEC W

0615-0920PM T304

GEORGE, N

69323 105 LEC MTWTH

3.0

CA 010A - COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

Class Start & End Dates:

INTERSESSION

Units

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM T210

COMS 035 - INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

SELF-PACED COURSES: Computer Application courses CA 020D, 030A, 040D, 045D, 070D, 075D and CA 302, 303,304, 305, 306 require a mandatory orientation during the first week of school, beginning Tuesday, Januray 29, 2013. Students must select and attend one of the orientation times listed below if they plan to register for any of the courses listed above:

Jan 28 to May 24

68214 101 LEC MW

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68737 101 LAB MW

0900-1020AM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

68738 102 LAB MW

1030-1150AM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

0615-0920PM T213

PATELLARO, J

 68739 103 LAB T

Jan 3 to Jan 24 1000-0205PM T304

MCCALLUM, L

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

CA 011 - SPEED AND ACCURACY

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develops MS Word skills for the Microsoft Word certification exam at the specialist level.

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

68740 101 LAB MW  68741 102 LAB T

1030-1150AM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

0645-0950PM T213

PATELLARO, J

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68747 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

+2.0

CA 015A - DOCUMENT PROCESSING

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develops MS Word skills for the Microsoft Word certification exam at the expert level.

Jan 28 to May 24

68742 101 LEC M

1030-1120AM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

101 LAB W

1030-1150AM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

101 LAB M

1130-1250PM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

T203 68748 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

 68743 102 LEC T

0600-0650PM T213

PATELLARO, J

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

0700-1005PM T213

PATELLARO, J

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm, Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 YOUNGBLOOD,

1.0

CA 020D - MICROSOFT WINDOWS

CA 050D - MICROSOFT EXCEL SPECIALIST

Students use the current version of Microsoft Wind fundamental computer skills, including sharing of managing hardware, working with windows media, and of the computer.

1.0

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for the Microsoft Excel certification exam at the specialist level.

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68745 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

1.0

CA 045D - MICROSOFT WORD EXPERT

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

YOUNGBLOOD,

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

Prerequisite: CA 010A with C or better or OTP 011A or OTP 145 or type 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Students will construct business letters, memos, tables, and reports.

102 LAB T

Units

1.0

CA 040D - MICROSOFT WORD SPECIALIST

Prerequisite: Touch keyboarding speed of 25 net words per minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Significant improvement of keyboarding speed and accuracy. Jan 28 to May 24

Instructor

UPADHYAY, M Class Start & End Dates:

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68749 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class. Preferred lab time for this section is

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm, Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

WEINER, G

Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

1.0

CA 030A - INTERNET FOR BEGINNERS

Class Start & End Dates:

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute and completion of CA 050D are strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for the Microsoft Excel certification exam at the expert level.

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68746 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

UPADHYAY, M Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

T203 68750 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

class. Preferred lab time for this section is Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

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1.0

CA 055D - MICROSOFT EXCEL EXPERT

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students are introduced to fundamentals of the internet.

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

CA 060D - MICROSOFT ACCESS SPECIALIST

Units

1.0

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of at least 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn introductory MS Office application for MOS exams.

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

T203 68751 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class. Preferred lab time for this section is

WEINER, G

0600-0825PM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

0835-0955PM T203

YOUNGBLOOD,

69405 102 LEC TTH

Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

102 LAB T

1.0

CA 065D - MICROSOFT ACCESS EXPERT Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute and completion of CA 060D are strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for the Microsoft Access certification exam at the expert level. Class Start & End Dates:

*0.5

Jan 28 to May 24 UPADHYAY, M

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions: Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

1.0

CA 070D - MICROSOFT POWERPOINT SPECIALIST

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

*0.5

CA 303 - GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT WORD

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for the Microsoft PowerPoint certification exam at the specialist level.

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Basic word processing tasks using Microsoft Word.

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates: WEINER, G

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68757 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

YOUNGBLOOD,

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

Tuesdays and Fridays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

CA 075D - MICROSOFT POWERPOINT EXPERT Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute and completion of CA 070D are strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop PowerPoint skills for the Microsoft PowerPoint certification exam at the expert level. Class Start & End Dates:

YOUNGBLOOD,

T203 68756 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

T202 68753 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class. Preferred lab time for this section is

YOUNGBLOOD,

1035-1155AM T203

CA 302 - GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT WINDOWS

Class Start & End Dates: WEINER, G

class. Preferred lab time for this section is

Class Start & End Dates:

0900-1025AM T203

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Basic Windows terminology and skills, customize windows, search for files, and use Windows Explorer.

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68752 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

Jan 28 to May 24

 68744 101 LEC M 101 LAB M

Units

3.0

CA 100D - MICROSOFT OFFICE

Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for the Microsoft Access certification exam at the specialist level. Jan 28 to May 24

Instructor

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

*0.5

CA 304 - GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Students use Excel to create spreadsheets, charts, and calculate formulas. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

T202 68754 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

1.0

WEINER, G

Jan 28 to May 24

T203 68758 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

WEINER, G

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions: Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

class. Preferred lab time for this section is Tuesdays and Fridays 6:00-9:05 pm in T203.

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

CA 305 - GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

*0.5

CIS 017B - WINDOWS SERVER

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

T202 68759 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of

*0.5

CA 306 - GETTING STARTED WITH THE INTERNET Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Basic internet fundamentals including using the browser, search engines, e-mails, and research. Jan 28 to May 24

0600-0825PM T209

SENGAL, K

0835-0955PM T209

SENGAL, K

101 LAB TTH

Prerequisite: CIS 017B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Plan, implement, and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 29 to Mar 21

 69128 101 LEC TTH

0600-0825PM T205

WORKENEH, Y

0835-0955PM T205

WORKENEH, Y

101 LAB TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Computer Information Systems 3.0

CIS 014A - INTERNET PRINCIPLES AND PROTOCOLS Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 Internet principles and protocols - TCP/IP, routing, DHCP, DNS, VPN, and security Jan 28 to May 24

 69303 101 LEC M

0600-0825PM T209

STAFF

0835-0955PM T209

STAFF

3.0

CIS 017A - WINDOWS Recommended: CIS 041 or equivalent strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students acquire skills installing, configuring and maintaining the Windows operating system. Jan 29 to Mar 21

 69126 101 LEC TTH

0600-0825PM T209

SENGAL, K

0835-0955PM T209

SENGAL, K

16

101 LAB TTH

3.0

Apr 2 to May 23

 69129 101 LEC TTH

0600-0825PM T205

WORKENEH, Y

0835-0955PM T205

WORKENEH, Y

101 LAB TTH

+3.0

CIS 018A - CISCO NETWORK ESSENTIALS Prerequisite: CIS 041 with C or better Advisory Levels: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Fundamentals of networking including OSI model, IP addressing, routing, and cabling. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to Mar 20

 69130 101 LEC MW

0600-0830PM T201

MUIR, V

0840-1000PM T201

MUIR, V

101 LAB MW

+3.0

CIS 018B - CISCO ROUTER AND IOS SOFTWARE Prerequisite: CIS 018A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Fundamentals of wide area network protocols, Cisco router configurations, and Internet worked systems. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Prerequisite: CIS 017B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows 2003 Network infrastructure.

UPADHYAY, M

Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

101 LAB M

Apr 2 to May 23

 69127 101 LEC TTH

CIS 017D - WINDOWS SERVER 2003 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm,

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

3.0

CIS 017C - WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ACTIVE DIRECTORY

Tuesday: 1:45-4:50 pm, Friday: 9:00-12:05 pm in T202 and T203

T203 68760 101 LAB Mandatory Orientation during the first week of class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

Instructor

WEINER, G

class at one of the scheduled lab sessions:

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Prerequisite: CIS 017A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students acquire skills installing, configuring and maintaining the Windows Server.

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Fundamental PowerPoint skills including slides and templates with text, clip art, and animation. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Apr 1 to May 22

 69131 101 LEC MW

0600-0825PM T201

MUIR, V

0835-0955PM T201

MUIR, V

101 LAB MW

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

+3.0

CIS 018C - CISCO LOCAL AREA NETWORK DESIGN Prerequisite: CIS 018B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Design and configuration of an actual network design used for typical LANs.

Time

Room

Units

3.0

CIS 041 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 29 to Mar 21

 69132 101 LEC TTH

0600-0825PM T201

0835-0955PM T201

Jan 28 to May 24

 69138 101 LEC M

0600-0805PM T213

LUNDIE, C

WONG, W

101 LEC M

0915-1005PM T213

LUNDIE, C

WONG, W

101 LAB M

+3.0

CIS 018D - CISCO WIDE AREA NETWORK DESIGN Prerequisite: CIS 018C with C or better Advisory Levels: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Design and configuration of an actual Wide Area Network (WAN).

0815-0905PM T213

LUNDIE, C

 69139 102 LEC TH

0600-0805PM T213

LUNDIE, C

102 LEC TH

0915-1005PM T213

LUNDIE, C

102 LAB TH

0815-0905PM T213

LUNDIE, C

1045-0105PM T205 69140 103 HYB W This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

MCELROY, D

be taught online. 69141 106 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

Class Start & End Dates:

Apr 2 to May 23

 69133 101 LEC TTH

0600-0825PM T201

WONG, W

Students should email the instructor at:

0835-0955PM T201

WONG, W

dan.mcelroy@sjcc.edu. Students can attend the orientation for CIS 041 #105 and # 106 either

101 LAB TTH

Instructor

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introductory computer concepts for personal and enterprise computing.

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB TTH

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

3.0

CIS 036 - WEB 2.0 PROGRAMMING

MCELROY, D

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 5 pm or Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 5 pm, room T-415. Students

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students study the technologies needed to produce rich Web 2.0 applications.

who miss the orientation or do not e-mail the instructor by January 31, 2013 may be dropped from the class.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69137 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

69142 105 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students should email the instructor at:

STAFF

Division Office by email: colleen.cuen@sjcc.edu

MCELROY, D

dan.mcelroy@sjcc.edu. Students can attend the orientation for CIS 041 #105 and # 106 either

3.0

CIS 037 - SQL FUNDAMENTALS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None How to use SQL (Structured Query Language) to access relational databases. Class Start & End Dates:

who miss the orientation or do not e-mail the instructor by January 31, 2013 may be dropped from the class.

Jan 28 to May 24

69304 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

69143 104 LEC TTH

HAYES, K

104 LAB TH

instructor by email: kerry.hayes@sjcc.edu

INTERSESSION

CIS 038 - PROGRAMMING THE MOBILE WEB Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop effective and rich applications for mobile web browsers. Class Start & End Dates:

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 5 pm or Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 5 pm, room T-415. Students

3.0

0915-1035AM T205

GEE, L

1045-1135AM T205

GEE, L

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69203 107 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM T212

107 LAB MTWTH

0115-0225PM T212

69309 108 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students should email the instructor at:

Jan 28 to May 24

69305 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the instructor by email: kerry.hayes@sjcc.edu

MCELROY, D MCELROY, D MCELROY, D

dan.mcelroy@sjcc.edu. HAYES, K

3.0

CIS 054 - C/C++ PROGRAMMING Recommended: CIS 041 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 The course includes the C language and object oriented concepts using C++. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69144 101 HYB T 0600-0950PM T212 This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be taught online.

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

CIS 055 - DATA STRUCTURES Prerequisite: CIS 054 or CIS 084 both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 5 Data structures, link lists, stacks, queues, trees, recursion, and sorting algorithms Class Start & End Dates:

TAYCO, P

Jan 29 to Feb 27

 69147 101 LEC TW

0500-0720PM T306

LUNDIE, C

0730-0950PM T306

LUNDIE, C

2.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0600-0825PM T212

TAYCO, P

0835-0955PM T212

TAYCO, P

101 LAB M

Prerequisite: CIS 062B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Prepares students for PC hardware requirements of the CompTia A+ certification.

Jan 28 to May 24

 69152 101 LEC W

0600-0825PM T212

KOZLOWSKI, T

0835-0955PM T212

KOZLOWSKI, T

101 LAB W

Successful completion of this program prepares student for entry into the construction trades, which require a technical skill and understanding of construction processes. Please call (408) 288-3781 for additional information.

Mar 5 to Apr 10 0500-0720PM T306

LUNDIE, C

0730-0950PM T306

LUNDIE, C

CIS 062C - A+ CORE OPERATING SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

2.0

Recommended: Ability to accurately measure and do calculations using feet, inches, and fractions Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to tools, materials, and processes for the construction and home repair industries.

Prerequisite: CIS 062A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Prepares students for software requirements of the CompTia A+ certification.

MATERIAL FEE: $45.00

Class Start & End Dates:

Apr 16 to May 22

 69149 101 LEC TW

0500-0650PM T306

LUNDIE, C

0700-0850PM T306

LUNDIE, C

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68629 101 LEC MW

1215-0135PM CT113

LOMAX, D

101 LAB MW

0145-0305PM CT113

LOMAX, D

 68630 102 LEC TTH

0600-0720PM CT113

LOMAX, D

0730-0850PM CT113

LOMAX, D

102 LAB TTH

3.0

CIS 073 - VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 An introduction to Windows programming with Visual Basic. Jan 28 to May 24

 69150 101 LEC W

0600-0825PM T213

MCELROY, D

0835-0955PM T213

MCELROY, D

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101 LAB W

4.0

CNSTR 101A - CONSTRUCTION TOOLS, MATERIALS, AND PROCESSES

 69148 101 LEC TW

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to Unix/Linux, supporting programs, and shell programming.

Construction Technology 2.0

CIS 062B - A+ CORE PC HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY

101 LAB TW

Units

3.0

 69151 101 LEC M

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB TW

Instructor

CIS 157 - INTRODUCTION TO UNIX/LINUX

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 An introductory course on PC hardware and diagnostics; a primer for CompTia A+ certification.

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

CIS 084 - JAVA PROGRAMMING

Class Start & End Dates:

CIS 062A - INTRODUCTION TO PC HARDWARE AND DIAGNOSTICS

101 LAB TW

Time

Recommended: CIS 041 or equivalent Advisory level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students learn to develop stand-alone Java applications.

Jan 28 to May 24

 69145 101 HYB T 0600-0950PM T209 This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be taught online.

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

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Time

Room

Instructor

CNSTR 101B - RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION FRAMING

Units

4.0

Room

Instructor

Units

4.0

CNSTR 105 - CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

MATERIAL FEE: $45.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68636 101 LEC MW

0600-0720PM CT111

LOMAX, D

0730-0850PM CT111

LOMAX, D

101 LAB MW

3.0

CNSTR 106 - CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINT READING, ESTIMATING, CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS

MATERIAL FEE: $45.00 Jan 28 to May 24

68631 101 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM CT112

KAUFFMAN, J

101 LAB TTH

0145-0305PM CT112

KAUFFMAN, J

 68632 102 LEC TTH

0600-0720PM CT112

KAUFFMAN, J

0730-0850PM CT112

KAUFFMAN, J

102 LAB TTH

Time

Prerequisite: CNSTR 101A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Residential and commercial concrete construction

Prerequisite: CNSTR 101A with C or better, or equivalent experience Recommended: Ability to accurately measure and do calculations using feet, inches, and fractions. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Lay out, frame, plumb & line floors, walls and ceilings, install subfloor, shear & metal fasteners.

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Residential and commercial construction blueprint reading, estimating, codes, and specifications. 3.0

CNSTR 102A - RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING SYSTEMS

Class Start & End Dates: 68637 101 LEC T

Prerequisite: CNSTR 101A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to plumbing systems typically installed in residential single family home construction.

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0320PM CT114

LOMAX, D

CNSTR 107 - PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACTING

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Requirements and regulations necessary to start and run a successful contracting business.

MATERIAL FEE: $45.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68633 101 LEC S

0830-1020AM CT117

KRAUSE, W

101 LAB S

1030-0135PM CT118

KRAUSE, W

CNSTR 102B - RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL WIRING

68638 101 LEC S

4.0

Recommended: General math skills are needed for calculations Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Fundamentals of residential and commercial wiring Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0600-0720PM CT117

HALL, L

0730-0850PM CT117

HALL, L

4.0

CNSTR 104 - INTERIOR/EXTERIOR FINISH Prerequisite: CNSTR 101A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Residential and commercial interior/exterior finishing surfaces Class Start & End Dates:

0830-1135AM CT114

COTA, J

CNSTR 110 - ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND HOME PLANNING

3.0

Recommended: Completion of CNSTR 106 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Architectural planning and drawing including building design, plot plan, and codes. MATERIAL FEE: $25.00

 68634 101 LEC TTH 101 LAB TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68639 101 LEC S

0830-1020AM 107D

LOWE, L

101 LAB S

1030-0235PM 107D

LOWE, L

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Residential/commercial construction blueprint reading. Class Start & End Dates:  68640 101 LEC M

Jan 28 to May 24

68635 101 LEC S

0830-1135AM CT111

BERMUDES, L

101 LAB S

1200-0305PM CT111

BERMUDES, L

1.0

CNSTR 115 - BLUEPRINT READING

Jan 28 to Feb 25 0600-1005PM CT114

KAUFFMAN, J

CNSTR 117 - OSHA CONSTRUCTION SAFETY STANDARDS

1.5

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Construction safety standards meets OSHA 10-hour card requirements. MATERIAL FEE: $6.00 Class Start & End Dates:  68641 101 LEC F

Feb 1 to Apr 19 0600-0835PM CT114

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

CNSTR 120 - BUILDING CODE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

 69154 101 LEC M

Mar 4 to Apr 1 0600-1005PM CT114

Time

COS 010B - COSMETOLOGY SENIOR THEORY

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Learn about buildings that are healthier, resource-friendly, and that use less water and energy.

68642 101 LEC W

KAUFFMAN, J

3.0

CNSTR 133 - LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE EXAM PREPARATION

Jan 28 to Mar 20

 68643 101 LEC MW

0600-0905PM T205

PAUL, E

+1.0 - 8.0

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

0800-0850AM T424

DEL ROSARIO-F

Jan 28 to May 24

69174 101 LEC MTWTHF

0900-0950AM C105

HONESTO, S

101 LAB MTWTHF

1000-0450PM C105

HONESTO, S

NOTE: Departmental approval required for registration in the Esthetician Program. Prior application to the program is required. Upon approval students must attend a mandatory orientation. For information, phone (408) 288-3766.

Prerequisite: COS 105A with C or better Corequisite: COS 010B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Senior lecture/lab, including clinical services, for students in the Cosmetology program. Jan 28 to May 24

69175 101 LEC MTWTHF

0900-0950AM C102

DEL ROSARIO-F

101 LAB MTWTHF

1000-0450PM C102

TORRES, H

69177 102 LEC MTWTHF

0900-0950AM C102

NASSAB, R

102 LAB MTWTHF

1000-0450PM C102

RAMIREZ-BOST,

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69306 101 LEC M

0800-0105PM C102

101 LAB

5.0

COS 010A - COSMETOLOGY FRESHMAN THEORY Corequisite: COS 105A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Freshman semester theory course in the Cosmetology program.

20

Jan 28 to May 24 0800-0850AM T418

16.0

10.5

Prerequisite: Valid California Bureau of Barbering and Cosmetology License and one year, full-time, salon industry experience. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None For the experienced/licensed Cosmetologist seeking an instructor's license.

NOTE: Departmental approval required for registration in the Cosmetology Program. Prior application to the program is required. Upon approval, students must attend a mandatory orientation. For information, phone (408) 288-3710.

69172 101 LEC MTWTHF

16.0

COS 116A - COSMETOLOGY TEACHER TRAINING I

KAUFFMAN, J

Cosmetology

Class Start & End Dates:

5.0

Corequisite: COS 010A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Freshman lecture/lab course designed for students in the Cosmetology program.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68645 101 BY ARRG

RAMIREZ-BOST,

69176 102 LEC MTWTHF

COS 105B - COSMETOLOGY SENIOR LABORATORY

CNSTR 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE

Class Start & End Dates:

0800-0850AM T419

Class Start & End Dates:

Recommended: Students should have commercial construction experience Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Green Accociate Exam preparation & LEED core concepts course. Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Jan 28 to May 24

69173 101 LEC MTWTHF

COS 105A - COSMETOLOGY FRESHMAN LABORATORY

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0320PM CT112

Instructor

KAUFFMAN, J

CNSTR 125 - GREEN CONSTRUCTION

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Prerequisite: COS 010A with C or better Corequisite: COS 105B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Senior semester theory course in the Cosmetology program.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to residential and commercial construction building codes. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

BANKS, R

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

11.0

COS 130A - ESTHETICS I Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Covers basic skin care theory and practice for State Board Licensing.

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 0530-0700PM C203

LIPILINA, Y

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LEC S

0800-1050AM C203

LIPILINA, Y

68939 101 LAB TTH

101 LAB T

0530-0950PM C203

LIPILINA, Y

101 LAB WTH

0710-0945PM C203

LIPILINA, Y

101 LAB S

1130-0420PM C203

LIPILINA, Y

 68941 102 LAB W

11.0

Prerequisite: COS 130A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course covers advanced skin care theory and practical application for Estheticians.

Class Start & End Dates: 68942 101 LAB MW

101 LEC S

0800-0950AM C204

WEEKS, A

101 LAB WTH

0530-0950PM C204

WEEKS, A

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB S

1000-0430PM C204

WEEKS, A

68943 101 LAB MW

COS X109 - SENIOR LAB SPECIAL PROBLEMS

1.0 - 13.0

0.5 - 2.0

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1135AM A206

MCCALL, A

0.5

+1.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM A206

ABOHATAB, C

1.0

DANCE 021 - JAZZ DANCE, INTERMEDIATE Prerequisite: DANCE 020 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate skills of jazz dance technique.

Prerequisite: COS 010B and COS 105B both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Designed for continuing students to complete State Board required hours and credits.

Class Start & End Dates: 68944 101 LAB MW

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM A206

ABOHATAB, C

Jan 28 to May 24

69178 101 LEC

C102

101 LAB

C102

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces the student to the elementary skills of hip-hop dance technique.

RAMIREZ-BOST,

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

DANCE 002 - DANCE APPRECIATION

1.0

DANCE 023 - HIP-HOP JAZZ--BEGINNING

RAMIREZ-BOST,

Dance Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of the art of dance, its development as an art form, and elements present in all dances.

68945 101 LAB TTH  68946 102 LAB T

Jan 28 to May 24 0315-0435PM A206

LAMPE, H

0600-0905PM A206

LAMPE, H

+0.5

DANCE 024 - DANCE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP

Jan 28 to May 24

68936 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM A213

MCCALL, A

68937 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM A213

MCCALL, A

+1.0

DANCE 010 - BEGINNING BALLET Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary ballet technique, terminology and application.

68938 101 LAB TTH

MCCALL, A

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary skills of jazz technique.

WEEKS, A

 68940 102 LAB W

MCCALL, A

0600-0905PM A206

DANCE 020 - JAZZ DANCE, BEGINNING

Jan 28 to May 24 0530-0950PM C204

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM A206

Recommended: DANCE 010 or 020 or 040 or 050 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Rehearsal choreography for public performance.

 69171 101 LEC T

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

1.0

DANCE 014 - DANCERS' WORKSHOP

COS 130B - ESTHETICS II

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Prerequisite: DANCE 010 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate ballet techniques, terminology and application.

 69170 101 LEC WTH

Room

DANCE 011 - BALLET, INTERMEDIATE

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Overview of backstage dance production elements applied to producing a public dance performance. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68947 101 LAB *** need dates **

A206

MCCALL, A

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM A206

MCCALL, A

0600-0905PM A206

MCCALL, A

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.5

DANCE 032 - CHOREOGRAPHY Recommended: Completion of two semesters of, or one semester and current enrollment in another semester, of the following: ballet, jazz, modern dance, or hip-hop dance Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Contemporary dance choreography as a creative and expressive form of dance technique.

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

+0.5

DANCE 064 - BALLROOM DANCE Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary ballroom dance technique, styles, and vocabulary. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68956 101 LAB W

0315-0505PM A206

STAFF

0630-0820PM A206

MARTINEZ-CAMP

 68958 102 LAB F

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68948 101 LEC M

1215-0105PM A206

MCCALL, A

101 LAB M

0115-0205PM A206

MCCALL, A

101 LAB W

1215-0105PM A206

MCCALL, A

0.5

DANCE 040 - TAP DANCE

0.5

DANCE 065 - BALLROOM DANCE, INTERMEDIATE Prerequisite: DANCE 064 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate ballroom dance technique, styles, and vocabulary.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary skills in tap dance technique.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68957 101 LAB W

0315-0505PM A206

STAFF

Class Start & End Dates:

 68959 102 LAB F

0630-0820PM A206

MARTINEZ-CAMP

68949 101 LAB TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0200-0250PM A206

LAMPE, H

DANCE 050 - MODERN DANCE, BEGINNING

+1.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary skills of modern dance technique. Class Start & End Dates: 68950 101 LAB TTH  68952 102 LAB M

Dental Assisting Beginning students must register in DENT 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, and 156. Counselor will override necessary prerequisites to register into DENT 154, 155, 156.

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM A206

MCCALL, A

0600-0905PM A206

ABOHATAB, C

DANCE 051 - MODERN DANCE, INTERMEDIATE

1.0

NOTE: Required orientation sessions for new students in the Dental Assisting program will be held on Thursday, January 24, 2013 ; 1:00-4:00 pm in T415. Students must attend and non-registered students are welcome. Call (408) 288-3133 or (408) 288-3131 for information packet.

Prerequisite: DANCE 050 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate skills of modern dance technique. Class Start & End Dates: 68951 101 LAB TTH  68953 102 LAB M

DENT 151 - BEGINNING DENTAL ASSISTING 1

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM A206

MCCALL, A

0600-0905PM A206

ABOHATAB, C

DANCE 062 - MEXICAN FOLKLORIC DANCE

+0.5

Class Start & End Dates:

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary skills in Mexican Folkloric dance. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68954 101 LAB S

1000-1150AM A206

STAFF

DANCE 063 - MEXICAN FOLKLORIC DANCE, INTERMEDIATE Prerequisite: DANCE 062 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate skills in Mexican Folkloric dance. Class Start & End Dates: 68955 101 LAB S

22

1000-1150AM A206

1235-0225PM T513

WILSON, P

101 LAB TTH

0830-1120AM T511

STODULKA, J

Corequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 153 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Course focuses on OSHA and infection control regulations, equipment, oral evacuation, and gypsum. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 STAFF

Jan 29 to Mar 21

69009 101 LEC TTH

DENT 152 - BEGINNING DENTAL ASSISTING 2 0.5

3.0

Corequisite: DENT 152 and DENT 153 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to human anatomy, vital signs, and the examination of oral cavity and dentition.

Jan 28 to Mar 20

69179 101 LEC MW

1220-0225PM T513

TERRIZZANO, C

101 LAB MW

0830-1135AM T511

STODULKA, J

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3.0


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.5

DENT 153 - BEGINNING DENTAL ASSISTING 3 Corequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Preventive dentistry, survey of dentistry, patient education, community service, & safety practices. Class Start & End Dates:

Feb 1 to Mar 15 0135-0410PM T513

PIO, W

101 LAB F

0830-1235PM T511

KOKOLETSOS, J

Room

Instructor

Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153 all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Principles of radiographic techniques, exposure, radiation safety, and infection control procedures.

Jan 28 to Mar 20

69184 101 LEC MW

0900-1105AM T519

PIO, W

101 LAB MW

1200-0305PM T506

WILSON, P

2.0

DENT 162 - INTERMEDIATE DENTAL ASSISTING 2 Prerequisite: DENT 156 with C or better, and current enrollment in the full-time Dental Assisting Program Corequisite: DENT 161 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Course preparation for the RDA written and practical examination and dental law ethics.

Apr 2 to May 23

69181 101 LEC TTH

1235-0225PM T513

WILSON, P

101 LAB TTH

0830-1120AM T511

STODULKA, J

3.0

DENT 155 - FUNDAMENTAL DENTAL ASSISTING 2

MATERIAL FEE: $100.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153, all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Emphasis on chairside assisting in general dentistry, instrumentation, and dental materials.

Feb 1 to May 3

69185 101 LEC F

0900-1015AM T519

PIO, W

101 LAB F

1215-0440PM T511

KOKOLETSOS, J

DENT 163 - EXPANDED DENTAL ASSISTING 1

1235-0225PM T513

TERRIZZANO, C

101 LAB MW

0830-1120AM T511

STODULKA, J

1.5

Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153 all with C or better Corequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Course focuses on chairside assisting with crown and bridge dentistry.

Class Start & End Dates:

Apr 1 to May 22

69186 101 LEC MW

0900-1050AM T506

PIO, W

101 LAB MW

1200-0250PM T519

WILSON, P

DENT 164 - EXPANDED DENTAL ASSISTING 2

0.5

Prerequisite: DENT 156 with C or better Corequisite: DENT 163 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Dental business office procedures

Class Start & End Dates:

Mar 22 to May 24

69183 101 LEC F

0100-0250PM T513

PIO, W

101 LAB F

0830-1135AM T511

MILLIGAN, A

Class Start & End Dates:

May 10 to May 24

69008 101 LEC F

1015-1205PM T519

PIO, W

101 LAB F

1215-0605PM T520

KOKOLETSOS, J

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

3.0

Prerequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 and DENT 156, all with C or better Corequisite: DENT 161 and DENT 162 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Dental specialities, coronal polish, dental management, and ethical/legal issues.

Apr 1 to May 22

69182 101 LEC MW

DENT 156 - FUNDAMENTAL DENTAL ASSISTING 3

Units

3.0

DENT 161 - INTERMEDIATE DENTAL ASSISTING 1

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

DENT 154 - FUNDAMENTAL DENTAL ASSISTING 1

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Prerequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 and DENT 156 all with C or better and current CPR Certification (Adlt/Inf/Chld) Corequisite: Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Dental radiography, med-dent emergencies, oral pathology, pharmacology, and nutrition.

69180 101 LEC F

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

DENT 165 - ADVANCED DENTAL ASSISTING 1

Units

0.5

Prerequisite: DENT 173 with C or better, and current enrollment in the full-time Dental Assisting Program Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students prepare for pit and fissure sealant certification.

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69209 101 LEC M

0415-0605PM B102

0900-1050AM T519

STODULKA, J

ECE 101 - PRACTICUM IN CURRICULUM

101 LEC TH

1200-0205PM T519

STODULKA, J

101 LAB FS

0100-0410PM T511

KOKOLETSOS, J

101 LAB FS

0900-1150AM T511

KOKOLETSOS, J

Recommended: FCS 070 Corequisite: ECE 102 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A practicum in applying teaching principles in curriculum in the early childhood program.

2.5

Prerequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 and DENT 156; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Beginning chairside assisting and laboratory functions in a clinical setting. Jan 29 to Mar 21

0200-0430PM T519 69189 101 LEC TH Lecture meets Feb 7, Feb 28, and March 21 only.

STODULKA, J

101 LAB TTH OFC Lecture meets Feb 7, Feb 28, and March 21 only.

KOKOLETSOS, J

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

69210 101 LEC M

0830-0920AM K30

MONTGOMERY,

101 LAB W

0830-1200PM K30

MONTGOMERY,

101 LAB M

0930-1200PM K30

MONTGOMERY,

 69211 102 LEC T 0830-0920AM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training

EBESUGAWA, M

located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110. 

102 LAB TH 0830-1200PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training

EBESUGAWA, M

located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110.

DENT 172 - CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING 2

2.5

Prerequisite: and DENT 171 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate supervised clinical internship and skills in seeking and securing employment

102 LAB T 0930-1200PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110.

EBESUGAWA, M

3.0

ECE 102 - INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS Recommended: FCS 070 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the field of early childhood education.

Apr 2 to May 23

0200-0430PM T519 69190 101 LEC TH Lecture meets April 11, May 2, and May 23 only.

STODULKA, J

101 LAB TTH OFC Lecture meets April 11, May 2, and May 23 only.

KOKOLETSOS, J

Early Childhood Education

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69213 101 LEC TTH

0815-0905AM K30

101 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM K30

 69214 102 LEC MW 0100-0150PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training

ZARGHAMI, F ZARGHAMI, F BHATNAGAR, R

located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110.

Program information and advisement meetings for all interested students will be on Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 5:15-6:15 p.m., Room K-30.

102 LAB F 0100-0250PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training

BHATNAGAR, R

located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110. 

2.0

ECE 016 - STORYTELLING FOR CHILDREN Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn to use storytelling in the classroom to engage children in active learning. Class Start & End Dates:  69208 101 LEC T

BHATNAGAR, R

102 LAB F 0830-1200PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110.

BHATNAGAR, R

 69215 103 LEC T 0615-0805PM B208 Saturday Lab meets March 2 and April 6 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

103 LAB S 0800-0450PM B206 Saturday Lab meets March 2 and April 6 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

103 LAB T 0815-1005PM B208 Saturday Lab meets March 2 and April 6 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0820PM K30

102 LAB MW 0200-0250PM CET Class is held at Center for Employment Training located at 701 Vine St, San Jose, 95110.

SIMON, D 

24

2.0

BHATNAGAR, R

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Jan 10 to Jan 12

69188 101 LEC TH

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Recommended: Successful completion of ECE 105 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course focuses on first and second language development and emergent literacy.

DENT 171 - CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING 1

Room

ECE 017 - LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND EARLY LITERACY

MATERIAL FEE: $200.00 INTERSESSION

Time

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

6.0

ECE 103 - CHILD STUDIES STUDENT TEACHING

 69216 101 LEC M 101 LAB TTH

Room

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM K30

REYES, H

0830-0100PM T312

REYES, H

2.0

+3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

0230-0535PM K30 69220 101 LEC W Saturday Lab meets April 27 and May 11 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

101 LAB S 0800-0450PM B206 Saturday Lab meets April 27 and May 11 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

 69221 102 LEC W 0630-0935PM GE223 Saturday Lab meets May 4 and May 18 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

102 LAB S 0800-0450PM B206 Saturday Lab meets May 4 and May 18 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

ECE 108 - HEALTH/SAFETY IN CHILD CARE

Class Start & End Dates:

MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

 69224 101 LEC W

2.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0805PM D105

STUDDERT, S

Jan 28 to May 24

 69217 101 LEC TH 0630-0720PM K30 Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

SIMON, D

ECE 109 - RHYTHM, MUSIC, MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN

101 LAB TH 0730-0920PM K30 Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

SIMON, D

101 LAB S 0800-0450PM B102 Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

SIMON, D

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A comprehensive introduction to working with children in rhythm, music, and movement activities.

 69218 102 LEC W 0630-0720PM K30 Saturday Lab meets March 16 and April 20 only.

SIMON, D

102 LAB W 0730-0920PM K30 Saturday Lab meets March 16 and April 20 only.

SIMON, D

102 LAB S 0800-0450PM B102 Saturday Lab meets March 16 and April 20 only.

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

69225 101 LEC M

0315-0405PM K30

101 LAB W

0315-0520PM K30

REYES, H

101 LAB M

0415-0505PM K30

REYES, H

REYES, H

3.0

ECE 110 - ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS II Recommended: Completion of 12 units in Early Childhood Education including core courses in Child Development, Child Family and Community and Programs/Curriculum. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Course focuses on program quality and director's role in working with staff, parents and community.

Recommended: Completion of ECE 102 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to language-based activities in the early childhood education curriculum. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00 Jan 28 to May 24

0130-0320PM B203 69219 101 LEC T Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

101 LAB T 0330-0520PM B203 Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

101 LAB S 0800-0450PM B206 Saturday Lab meets March 9 and April 13 only.

RAMIREZ SHARP

Class Start & End Dates:  69226 101 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE125

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

2.0

Class Start & End Dates:

SIMON, D

ECE 105 - LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Focus on health and safety procedures for health care providers.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students plan and present arts, crafts, and creative experiences for children.

Instructor

ECE 107 - CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY

Class Start & End Dates:

ECE 104 - ART, CRAFTS, CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This class will focus on the interrelationship among children, families and the community.

Prerequisite: ECE 101 and ECE 104 and ECE 105 all with C or better, TB clearance, and fingerprinting clearance as required by California Department of Justice Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This final course in the ECE program consists of supervised field teaching experience with children. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

EVENING CLASS

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

MALASPINA, B

25


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

2.0

ECE 142 - SUPERVISION OF ADULTS-THE MENTOR TEACHER Recommended: Completion of 12 units in Early Childhood Education including core courses in Child Development, Child Family and Community and Programs/Curriculum. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Methods and principles of supervising adults and teacher mentoring. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

ECON 010B - INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMIC THEORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 An introduction to microeconomic theory. Class Start & End Dates:

Feb 9 to May 4

0800-0450PM B208 69228 101 LEC S Class meets Feb 9, Mar 23, Apr 13 and May 4 only

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

MALASPINA, B

1045-1205PM GE125

68811 102 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM GE125

TRIEU, H

68812 103 LEC W

0300-0605PM GE125

TRIEU, H

 68813 104 LEC M

0615-0920PM GE125

SANDHU, M

INTERSESSION 69338 105 LEC MTWTH

3.0

ECE 145 - INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Jan 28 to May 24

68810 101 LEC MW

TRIEU, H

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0200-0605PM GE125

TRIEU, H

Emergency Medical Services

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intro to factors that promote inclusion of children with special needs in early childhood settings.

To assist in questions, registration, and uniform requirements all EMS students must attend one of the following orientations held in T-415 on Tuesday, January 22nd 2013 from 12:00-2:00, or 5:00-7:00.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69229 101 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B208

Note to All students registering for EMS 010: American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR card is required on the first day of class. Students must be 18 years old prior to the first day of class.

WAHL, K

2.0

ECE 147 - MULTICULTURAL/ANTI-BIAS CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Principles and practices of implementing an Anti-Bias curriculum for children. Class Start & End Dates: 69230 101 LEC S

Feb 2 to Mar 2 0800-0450PM B102

REYES, H

ECE 195 - THE SCHOOL AGE CHILD: DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOR, CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES

+3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A study of the development, behavioral patterns and curriculum planning needs of children 5-12 years of age. Class Start & End Dates:  69231 101 LEC TH

Prerequisite: Students must be 18+ years at the start of class and have American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers current through the end of class Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to basic medical service as a First Responder Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68761 101 LEC

T515

STAFF

101 LAB

T514

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE223

RAMIREZ SHARP

Economics 3.0

ECON 010A - PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMIC THEORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 An introduction to Macroeconomic Theory. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68805 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM GE125

TRIEU, H

68806 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE125

TRIEU, H

68807 103 LEC M

0300-0605PM GE125

TRIEU, H

68808 104 LEC T

0300-0605PM GE125

TRIEU, H

0615-0920PM GE125

SANDHU, M

 68809 105 LEC W INTERSESSION 69337 106 LEC MTWTH

26

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM GE125

*1.5

EMS 005 - EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER

TRIEU, H

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

6.0

EMS 010 - EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - B

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

English

Prerequisite: American Heart Association CPR-Certification Healthcare Provider card, current throughout the length of the program, and students must be 18 years of age prior to the first day of class per certification requirements. Recommended: Completion of MA 004, or equivalent knowledge in anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Prepares students to function as an EMT-B in clinical and emergency medical services. Class Start & End Dates: 68762 101 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0800-1205PM T515

STAFF

0800-0210PM T514

STAFF

68763 102 LEC MW

1215-0205PM T515

MILLER, S

102 LAB MW

0215-0520PM T514

MILLER, S

 68764 103 LEC TTH

0500-0650PM T515

MILLER, S

0700-1005PM T514

MILLER, S

101 LAB TH

103 LAB TTH

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

EVENING CLASS

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

27


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

3.0

ENGL 001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION Prerequisite: Continuing students must complete [(ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101 or READ 101S)] or ESL 091 or ESL 093; all with C or better. New students will be placed based on the results of assessment. Expository, writing, critical reading, research techniques. Class Start & End Dates:

0745-0905AM GE205

STAFF

68245 102 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM GE205

DUPREE, S

68246 103 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM GE105

FARQUHAR, D RICE, L

English Language Learners. 0900-1205PM B202

0915-1035AM GE113 68249 106 LEC MW This class is part of a Metas Learning Community

Time

Room

Instructor

Jan 28 to May 24

68277 101 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM B202

68278 102 LEC MW

0915-1035AM B202

EDWARDS, M BISWAS, M

68279 103 LEC MW

0915-1035AM B104

NESTOJKO, J

68280 104 LEC MW

0915-1035AM GE201

TOMB, N

68281 105 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE203

DUPREE, S

68282 106 LEC MW

1045-1205PM GE201

PINO, A

68283 107 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM GE105

ORAL, M

68284 108 LEC MW

1215-0135PM GE111

STAFF

ALKIRE, S

68285 109 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM B202

TORRES, N

SCHMUHL, E

68286 110 LEC MW

0145-0305PM B202

TORRES, N HEIMLER, C

 68287 111 LEC M

0615-0920PM GE105

and students must enroll in HIST 017B,

 68288 112 LEC T

0615-0920PM GE105

BRENNAN, R

reg id# 68851. For more information about Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to

 68289 113 LEC W

0615-0920PM GE105

MCCARTHY, M

68290 114 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on Learning Communities. TORRES, N

also enroll in GUIDE 096-108 #69012. Please

68291 115 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

68292 116 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

enroll.

HEIMLER, C

instructor: charles.heimler@sjcc.edu

68252 108 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE105

ORAL, M

68254 109 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM B204

MAUGHN, J

68256 110 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE201

MCKIMMEY, T

68258 111 LEC MW

1200-0120PM GE105

SCHMUHL, E

68264 112 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM GE105

CHAPA, A

68265 113 LEC MW

1215-0135PM GE201

HSIA, B

68266 114 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM GE205

TANG, J

68267 115 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM B205

STAFF

68268 116 LEC TTH

0400-0520PM B205

CHAPA, A

 68269 117 LEC M

0615-0920PM B205

DIRCK, R

 68270 118 LEC T

0615-0920PM B202

ALKIRE, S

 68271 119 LEC W

0615-0920PM B205

NESTOJKO, J

 68272 120 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B205

BRENNAN, R

 68273 121 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B202

69331 120 LEC TTH INTERSESSION

1045-1205PM B206

INGUITO, K

68275 123 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

KOZLOWSKI, H

MCGUIRE, J

69332 126 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a online class.

SWANSON, J 0915-1035AM B104

KOZLOWSKI, H

instructor at heidi.kozlowski@sjcc.edu 69325 118 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

KOZLOWSKI, H

instructor at heidi.kozlowski@sjcc.edu  69326 119 LEC MTWTH

0530-0935PM B201

instructor at heidi.kozlowski@sjcc.edu 68276 124 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a online class.

MAUGHN, J

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69324 117 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

HALEY, D

68274 122 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the instructor at scott.inguito@sjcc.edu

28

INGUITO, K

instructor at scott.inguito@sjcc.edu

call (408) 298-2181 ext. 3653 or see the Puente counselor in the Student Center, SC-201J to

69333 125 LEC TTH

INGUITO, K

instructor at scott.inguito@sjcc.edu

0915-1035AM B202 68250 107 LEC TTH #68250 is a Puente Program class. Students must

ALVAREZ, P

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

Units

3.0

ENGL 001B - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Class Start & End Dates:

68244 101 LEC MW

68248 105 LEC S

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better Introduction to literature including fiction, drama, poetry, and the essay; emphasis: critical thinking.

Jan 28 to May 24

0900-1205PM B202 68247 104 LEC F ESL focus. This section is specifically for

Units

STAFF


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

ENGL 001C - CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better Instruction and practice in critical thinking/ writing, qualifies IGETC critical thinking. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 GRIFFIN, D

Class Start & End Dates:

68294 102 LEC MW

1045-1205PM B202

BISWAS, M

68307 101 LEC MW

68295 103 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM B202

MCKIMMEY, T

 68296 104 LEC T

0615-0920PM B205

DIRCK, R

 68297 105 LEC W

0615-0920PM B202

1215-0135PM GE205 68299 107 HYB M This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

BILLEK, C

Class Start & End Dates:

be taught online. 68300 108 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the instructor at scott.inguito@sjcc.edu

68308 101 LEC MW

INGUITO, K

1215-0135PM B202

BLAIR, M

BLAIR, M

instructor by email: cynthia.solem@sjcc.edu Jan 3 to Jan 24 HEIMLER, C

Class Start & End Dates: 68309 101 LEC MW

0530-0935PM B202

STAFF

3.0

ENGL 033 - WOMEN IN LITERATURE

3.0

Prerequisite: ENGL (104 or 092) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 all with C or better or placement based on assessment Mexican and Mexican American writers from the early 20th Century to the present.

SOLEM, C

69327 110 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the instructor at charles.heimler@sjcc.edu

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM B202

ENGL 080 - MEXICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE

68301 109 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE223

TORRES, N

3.0

ENGL 084B - SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE Prerequisite: ENGL (104 or 092) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 all with C or better or placement based on assessment Advisory Level: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Representative American literature from 1865 to the present.

Prerequisite: (ENGL 102 or READ 101 and ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) or ESL 091 all with C or better, or placement based on assessment Survey of stereotyped and individualized characterizations of women in literature.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68302 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

Jan 28 to May 24

68310 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

KOZLOWSKI, H

HEIMLER, C

instructor: charles.heimler@sjcc.edu

Once registered, students must contact the instructor at heidi.kozlowski@sjcc.edu

ENGL 071A - FUNDAMENTALS OF CREATIVE WRITING/POETRY Prerequisite: ENGL (092 or 104) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 all with C or better or placement based on assessment Students are introduced to the fundamentals of creative writing/poetry.

68305 101 LEC MW

3.0

Prerequisite: ENGL (092 or 104) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 all with C or better or placement based on assessment Students are introduced to the fundamentals of creative/writing/drama.

BLAIR, M

be taught online.

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Jan 28 to May 24

ENGL 071C - FUNDAMENTALS OF CREATIVE WRITING/DRAMA

HALEY, D

1045-1205PM GE211 68298 106 HYB W This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Prerequisite: ENGL (092 or 104) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 all with C or better or placement based on assessment Fundamentals of creative writing/fiction.

0915-1035AM GE105

 69328 111 LEC MTWTH

Room

ENGL 071B - FUNDAMENTALS OF CREATIVE WRITING/FICTION

68293 101 LEC MW

INTERSESSION

Time

Prerequisite: ENGL (104 or 92) and ENGL 102 or READ 101, all with C or better Survey of English Literature from 1789 to the present. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68311 101 ONLINE/HYBRID Once registered, students must contact the

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM B202

3.0

BLAIR, M

EVENING CLASS

HEIMLER, C

instructor: charles.heimler@sjcc.edu

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

3.0

ENGL 086B - SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE II

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

29


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

4.0

ENGL 092 - ESSAY DEVELOPMENT Prerequisite: (ENGL 335 or ENGL 330) and READ 301 or READ 301S or ENGL 322) or ESL 302; all with P grade or placement based on assessment This course develops competence in writing skills one level below English 001A. Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

*4.5

ENGL 335 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS Prerequisite: READ 350 or (ESL 312 and ESL 313); all with P grade or placement based on assessment. This course develops competence in writing skills two levels below English 1A. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Jan 28 to May 24

68330 101 LEC M

0900-1125AM B207

EDWARDS, M

68314 101 LEC TTH

0800-0950AM B205

CHAPA, A

101 LEC W

0900-1005AM B207

EDWARDS, M

68315 102 LEC MW

0830-1020AM B205

PINO, A

101 LAB W

1015-1135AM B207

EDWARDS, M

68316 103 LEC F

0900-0105PM B205

MORGAN, A

68331 102 LEC W

1100-1205PM GE203

GRIFFIN, D

68317 104 LEC MW

0915-1105AM B107

TORRES, N

102 LEC M

1100-0125PM GE203

GRIFFIN, D

68320 105 LEC TTH

1015-1205PM B205

SWANSON, J

102 LAB W

1215-0135PM GE203

GRIFFIN, D

68321 106 LEC MW

1030-1220PM B205

INGUITO, K

68322 107 LEC TTH

1030-1220PM GE217

BLAIR, M

1045-1235PM B208 68323 108 LEC MW This class is part of a Metas Learning Community

68332 103 LEC TH

TOMB, N

1100-1205PM GE203

MCGUIRE, J

103 LEC T

1100-0125PM GE203

MCGUIRE, J

103 LAB TH

1215-0135PM GE203

MCGUIRE, J

0900-1005AM B207

BILLEK, C

68333 104 LEC TH

and students must enroll in HIST 017A, reg id# 68841. For more information about Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to

104 LEC T

0900-1125AM B207

BILLEK, C

104 LAB TH

1015-1135AM B207

BILLEK, C

the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on

68334 105 LEC M

1145-0210PM B207

STAFF

105 LEC W

1145-1255PM B207

STAFF

105 LAB W

0105-0225PM B207

STAFF

0115-0220PM B207

HSIA, B

Learning Communities. 1045-1235PM T310 68324 109 LEC TTH This class is part of a Metas Learning Community

ALVAREZ, P

68335 106 LEC TH

and students must enroll in ETH 030,

106 LEC T

0115-0340PM B207

HSIA, B

106 LAB TH

0230-0350PM B207

HSIA, B

68336 107 LEC M

0315-0540PM B207

GOUGH, W

107 LEC W

0315-0420PM B207

GOUGH, W

107 LAB W

0430-0550PM B207

GOUGH, W

 68337 108 LEC TH

0615-0720PM B207

STAFF

108 LEC T

0615-0840PM B207

STAFF

108 LAB TH

0730-0850PM B207

STAFF

reg id# 68822. For more information about Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on Learning Communities. 1045-1235PM GE201 68325 110 LEC TTH #68325 is an Umoja Program class. Students must call (408) 298-2181 ext. 3653 or see the Umoja

KOZLOWSKI, H

counselor in Student Center, room SC216I to enroll. 68326 111 LEC TTH

0145-0335PM GE105

CHAPA, A

 68327 112 LEC TH

0530-0935PM GE105

NESTOJKO, J

 68328 113 LEC M

0530-0935PM B202

BELL, L

 68329 114 LEC MW 69330 115 LEC TTH

30

0615-0805PM B203

STAFF

0915-1105AM CT114

FARQUHAR, D

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

Units


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

THE FOLLOWING FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE APPLIES TO THE REGULAR SPRING 2013 SEMESTER ONLY FINAL EXAMINATION FOR SELECTED ESL COURSES All SJCC students enrolled in ESL 091, 302, 312, 322 are required to take a department final exam on Friday, May 17, 2013. This includes evening, Weekend, Mini-Semester and online courses. The schedule is as follows: Friday, May 17, 2013 Friday, May 17, 2013 Friday, May 17, 2013

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

*3.0

ESL 106 - GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS 2

English as a Second Language

ESL 091 ESL 302, 312 ESL 322

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

09:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 09:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Prerequisite: ESL 312 with P grade or placement on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 194 is strongly recommended Focuses on advanced grammar and syntax for spoken and written language. Class Start & End Dates: 68344 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE215

LEVESQUE, R

*0.5 - 6.0

ESL 194 - INDIVIDUALIZED SKILLS LABORATORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Non-transferable instruction designed to enrich or broaden students' experiences. +6.0

ESL 091 - COLLEGE READING AND WRITING 2 Prerequisite: ESL 302 with P grade or placement based on assessment Corequisite: ESL 091L Focuses on reading, writing, and research skills for non-native speakers one level below English 1A.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68345 101 LAB

L120

STAFF

68346 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68347 103 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5 0.5

0.5

68348 104 LAB

L120

STAFF

68349 105 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68350 106 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68351 107 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68352 108 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68353 109 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

the class will be taught online. Orientation will be held the first Friday from 9:00-11:00 am

68354 110 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68355 111 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

in room T213.

68356 112 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68357 113 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68358 114 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68359 115 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68360 116 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

68361 117 LAB

L120

STAFF

0.5

Class Start & End Dates: 68338 101 LEC MWF

Jan 28 to May 24 0830-1020AM GE211

MITEVSKA, M

0900-1205PM GE215 68339 102 LEC F This class is an Internet Hybrid class. Part of

 68340 103 LEC TTH

SOLEM, C

0615-0920PM GE211

THISTLETHWAIT

ESL 091L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

*0.5

Corequisite: ESL 091 Facilitates language skills development and cultural understanding for ESL 091. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68341 101 LAB

L120

STAFF

68342 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

*3.0

ESL 104 - ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING Prerequisite: ESL 314 or (ESL 312 and ESL 313) all with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 194 is strongly recommended This class focuses on academic listening and speaking skills necessary in the college classroom. Class Start & End Dates: 68343 101 LEC TTH

Prerequisite: ESL 313 and ESL 312 both with P grade or placement based on assessment Corequisite: ESL 302L This content-based course expands academic reading and writing skills two levels below English 1A. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68362 101 LEC TTH

0800-1105AM GE211

LEVESQUE, R

68363 102 LEC MWF

0940-1130AM GE213

HANSON, K

0615-0920PM GE215

STAFF

 68364 103 LEC TTH

ESL 302L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE213

LEVESQUE, R

Jan 28 to May 24

68365 101 LAB

L120

STAFF

68366 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. EVENING CLASS

*0.5

Corequisite: ESL 302 The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for ESL 302. Class Start & End Dates:

*6.0

ESL 302 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING AND WRITING

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

ESL 312 - INTRODUCTION TO THE ESSAY

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

*5.0

ESL 316 - GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS 1

Prerequisite: (ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324) all with P grade or placement based on assessment Corequisite: ESL 312L Expands writing skills from paragraphs to essays. ESL 312L is required. Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Instructor

Units

*3.0

Prerequisite: ESL 322 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 313 or ESL 314 or ESL 317) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Focuses on the grammar and syntax of English to build accuracy and fluency in speaking and writing.

Jan 28 to May 24

68367 101 LEC MWF

0800-0930AM GE213

ALLEN, F

68368 102 LEC TTH

0940-1205PM GE213

CAO, D

0940-1205PM GE215 68369 103 LEC TTH This class is part of a Learning Community and students must also enroll in ESL 313,

Time

Class Start & End Dates:

MUENCH, M

Jan 28 to May 24

68380 101 LEC MW

1215-0135PM GE211

NGUYEN, P

68381 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM GE211

MUENCH, M

 68382 103 LEC MW

0530-0650PM GE211

MUENCH, M

reg id #68374

*3.0

 68370 104 LEC TTH

0530-0755PM GE217

RICE, L

ESL 317 - ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 3

 68371 105 LEC MW

0705-0930PM GE217

WELLES, N

Prerequisite: ESL 324 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 313 or ESL 314) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Provides instruction and multimedia resources that lead to native-like pronunciation.

ESL 312L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

*0.5

Corequisite: ESL 312 The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for ESL 312. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68372 101 LAB

L120

STAFF

68373 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

Class Start & End Dates: 68383 101 LEC TTH

*3.0

ESL 313 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING

WILSON, S

students must also enroll in ESL 312, reg id #68369 68375 102 LEC MW

0940-1100AM GE217

SCALES, V

 68376 103 LEC MW

0530-0650PM GE217

WELLES, N

 68377 104 LEC TTH

0810-0930PM GE217

JELLISON, H

Prerequisite: ESL 324 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 313 or ESL 316 or ESL 317) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Refines listening/speaking skills and cultural awareness in academic and vocational contexts. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68378 101 LEC MW

1215-0135PM GE213

SOLEM, C

 68379 102 LEC TTH

0630-0750PM GE101

CARRELL, T

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Jan 28 to May 24

68384 101 LEC MWF

0800-0930AM GE217

MCCLUSKEY, B

68385 102 LEC TTH

0800-1025AM GE217

NGUYEN, P TROMBLY-CHRIS

68386 103 LEC MW

1145-0210PM GE217

 68387 104 LEC TTH

0530-0755PM GE219

TROMBETTA, T

 68388 105 LEC MW

0615-0840PM GE219

CRAWFORD, A

 68389 106 LEC MW

0710-0935PM GE221

GAIRAUD, P

*3.0

ESL 323 - READING AND VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT *3.0

ESL 314 - ADVANCED LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS

GASDICK, B

ESL 322 - PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

0800-0920AM GE215 68374 101 LEC TTH This class is part of a Learning Community and

1215-0135PM GE215

Prerequisite: ESL 332 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 323 or ESL 324 or ESL 327) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Expands writing skills at the paragraph level

Prerequisite: (ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324) all with CR or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 314 or ESL 317) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. This course develops college-level reading, critical thinking, and vocabulary skills. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Prerequisite: ESL 333 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or ESL 324 or ESL 327) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Expands reading, vocabulary, and reading-based speaking and writing skills at the intermediate level. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68390 101 LEC MW

0800-0920AM GE219

TAKEI, L

68401 102 LEC TTH

0800-0920AM GE221

BRADY, A

68402 103 LEC TTH

1040-1200PM GE219

NGUYEN, P

 68418 104 LEC MW

0540-0700PM GE213

MARIANETTI, N

 68419 105 LEC TTH

0805-0925PM GE115

ERKAL, Z

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

ESL 324 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

*4.0

ESL 334 - BASIC LISTENING/SPEAKING 2

Room

Instructor

*5.0

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Jan 28 to May 24

68438 101 LEC MW

0800-1025AM GE215

68439 102 LEC TTH

1145-0210PM GE221

NGUYEN, P TAKEI, L

68420 101 LEC MW

0940-1130AM GE219

SOLEM, C

 68440 103 LEC TTH

0530-0755PM GE111

SIMONSON, N

68424 102 LEC TTH

1000-1150AM GE205

HANSON, K

 68441 104 LEC MW

0710-0935PM GE111

MARIANETTI, N

68425 103 LEC TTH

1210-0200PM GE219

HAMILTON, W

 68426 104 LEC TTH

0600-0750PM GE115

JELLISON, H

ESL 337 - ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 1

CARRELL, T

Prerequisite: Placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 332 or ESL 333 or ESL 334) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended Focuses on the sounds of English and stress and intonation patterns in basic communication.

 68427 105 LEC MW

0710-0900PM GE213

*3.0

ESL 327 - ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 2 Prerequisite: ESL 337 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or 324) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Intensive practice and instruction in the oral production and control of the English language. Class Start & End Dates:  68428 101 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates: 68472 101 LEC MW

COOPER, S

*4.0

ESL 332 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2 Prerequisite: ESL 342 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 194 is strongly recommended Expands basic grammar and writing skills. Class Start & End Dates:

*3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0150PM B205

SCALES, V

*4.0

ESL 342 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1

Jan 28 to May 24 0540-0700PM GE115

0800-0950AM GE219

GASDICK, B

68430 102 LEC TTH

0940-1130AM GE221

WILSON, S

Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. Corequisite: ESL 342L Develops basic grammar and writing skills. Enrollment in .5 unit of ESL 342L is required. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68429 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

68473 101 LEC TTH

0940-1130AM B107

TAKEI, L

68474 102 LEC MW

1215-0205PM GE219

SIMONSON, N

 68475 103 LEC TTH

0600-0750PM B104

TRAN, S

 68476 104 LEC MW

0710-0900PM GE215

MOELLER, M

68431 103 LEC MW

1210-0200PM GE221

MUENCH, M

ESL 342L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

 68432 104 LEC TTH

0600-0750PM GE221

BRADY, A

 68433 105 LEC MW

0710-0900PM GE211

COOPER, S

Corequisite: ESL 342 Recommended: Some basic knowledge of or exposure to English Content will facilitate development of grammar and writing skills for ESL 342.

*3.0

ESL 333 - BASIC READING SKILLS 2 Prerequisite: ESL 343 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 332 or ESL 334 or ESL 337) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Expands basic reading, vocabulary, and readingbased speaking and writing skills. Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Prerequisite: ESL 344 or ESL 347 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 332 or ESL 333) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended Develops listening/speaking and cultural awareness at a low-intermediate level.

Prerequisite: ESL 334 with P grade or placement based on assessment Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 327) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended Develops listening in academic contexts and speaking at an intermediate level. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Class Start & End Dates:

*0.5

Jan 28 to May 24

68477 101 LAB

L120

STAFF

68478 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24

68434 101 LEC TTH

0800-0920AM GE213

HAMILTON, W

68435 102 LEC MW

1045-1205PM GE221

CAO, D

 68436 103 LEC MW

0540-0700PM GE215

MOELLER, M

 68437 104 LEC TTH

0810-0930PM GE219

ALLEN, F

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

*3.0

ESL 343 - BASIC READING SKILLS Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 342 or ESL 344) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended. Develops basic reading and vocabulary skills at a high beginning ESL level. Class Start & End Dates:

0800-0920AM GE115

SEIDEL, M

68480 102 LEC MW

1040-1200PM GE113

LEVESQUE, R

0540-0700PM GE221

0800-1025AM GE221

*5.0

1145-0210PM GE113

SIMONSON, N ERKAL, Z

ESL 344L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

*0.5

Corequisite: ESL 344 Recommended: Some basic knowledge of or exposure to English This lab helps students acquire listening and speaking skills. Jan 28 to May 24

68486 102 LAB

L120

STAFF

3.0

Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An interdisciplinary exploration of sexism & ethnic stratification of Vietnamese Women in the U.S.

Class Start & End Dates:

Environmental Science courses may require field trips. Students are responsible for any entrance fees and transportation. Contact the instructor for details.

4.0

ENVIR 010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Interdisciplinary course examining foundations for a sustainable future.

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE103

DEL BUONO, M

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68097 101 LEC S

0900-1205PM S128

ENEIGHO, J

101 LAB S

1235-0340PM S128

ENEIGHO, J

1045-1205PM S122

DATTA, S

1230-0335PM S128

DATTA, S

1045-1205PM S122

DATTA, S

1230-0335PM S128

DATTA, S

 68100 104 LEC T

0615-0920PM S204

SCHRIBER, J

0615-0920PM S128

SCHRIBER, J

 68101 105 LEC T

0615-0920PM S204

SCHRIBER, J

0615-0920PM S128

SCHRIBER, J

Jan 28 to May 24

68817 101 LEC MW

1045-1205PM GE103

DEL BUONO, M

68818 102 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM GE223

COVARRUBIAS, J

68819 103 LEC M

0145-0450PM GE223

WHITE, K

68820 104 LEC TH

0145-0450PM GE223

COVARRUBIAS, J

68821 105 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE103

DEL BUONO, M

INTERSESSION 69339 106 LEC MTWTH

Class Start & End Dates:

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WHITE, K

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An interdisciplinary, critical examination of race and ethnicity in U.S. history.

Environmental Science

105 LAB W

1045-1205PM B102

ETH 027 - INTRODUCTION TO RACE & ETHNICITY IN AMERICAN HISTORY STAFF

104 LAB TH

WHITE, K

68815 102 LEC TTH

68816 101 LEC MW

L120

103 LAB W

1045-1205PM B102

Class Start & End Dates:

68485 101 LAB

68099 103 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

68814 101 LEC MW

ETH 026 - VIETNAMESE WOMEN IN THE UNITED STATES

CAO, D

0530-0755PM GE213

102 LAB M

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course surveys the African American experience in the United States both past and present.

Jan 28 to May 24

68483 102 LEC TTH

68098 102 LEC MW

Units

Ethnic Studies

Class Start & End Dates:

 68484 103 LEC TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

ETH 020 - AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. Corequisite: ESL 344L Basic listening comprehension and speaking skills.

68482 101 LEC MW

Room

For additional classes that meet the Cultural Pluralism/Ethnic Studies graduation requirement, please look for the following classes under their respective department headings: ENGL 033, 080; SL 015; HIST 009, 021, 024; SSCI 020, 031, 032, 040

GAIRAUD, P

ESL 344 - BASIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Jan 28 to May 24

68479 101 LEC TTH  68481 103 LEC MW

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM B102

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DEL BUONO, M


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

ETH 030 - CHICANA/O CULTURE Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This survey course analyzes the development of Mexican/Chicano culture in Mexico and U.S. Southwest. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

COVARRUBIAS, J

and students must enroll in ENGL 092, reg id# 68822. For more information about Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to Learning Communities. 0145-0450PM GE223

COVARRUBIAS, J

68824 103 LEC W

0145-0450PM GE223

COVARRUBIAS, J

Instructor

FMT 123 - INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

Class Start & End Dates:

the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on

68823 102 LEC T

Room

Jan 28 to May 24

 69161 101 LEC T

0600-0905PM 107M

BRANLUND, J

0600-0905PM 107M

BRANLUND, J

101 LAB TH

3.0

FCS 019 - NUTRITION 3.5

Recommended: Mechanical aptitude and good command of communication skills Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to facilities operations, procedures, and practices.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introduction to the physiological, psychological, and sociological principles of basic nutrition. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68825 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM B209

STAFF

68826 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM B209

ANTONELLI, S

68827 103 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM B209

ANTONELLI, S

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69157 101 LEC W

0130-0435PM 107B

MORAN, D

 68828 104 LEC TH

0615-0920PM GE125

STUDDERT, S

 69291 105 LEC W

0615-0920PM B208

DE VITO, L

101 LAB W

0445-0605PM 207L

MORAN, D

 69159 102 LEC M

0530-0835PM 107B

MANSFIELD, S

0845-1005PM 207L

MANSFIELD, S

102 LAB M

INTERSESSION 69340 106 LEC MTWTH

Class Start & End Dates: 68829 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

 68830 102 LEC M

0600-0750PM 107B

ABBOUD, S

0800-0920PM 107L

ABBOUD, S

4.0

FMT 122 - INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS Prerequisite: FMT 100 with C or better Recommended: It is helpful to have experience using a PC and completed CIS 041 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to programmable logic controllers, and analysis and programming of digital control.

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM B208

CHADWICK, J

0615-0920PM B208

WAHL, K

68831 103 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be taught online.

PEREZ, J

68832 104 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be taught online.

PEREZ, J

INTERSESSION 69341 105 LEC MTWTH

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM GE221

SIMON, D

Jan 28 to May 24

 69160 101 LEC T

0600-0905PM 107N

BRANLUND, J

0600-0905PM 107N

BRANLUND, J

101 LAB TH

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Child development is the study of the child from the prenatal period through adolescence.

 69158 101 LEC W

Class Start & End Dates:

WAHL, K

FCS 070 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Recommended: Completion of AIRC 121 and AIRC 122 is strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Study common electronic control devices used in industry

101 LAB W

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0300-0705PM GE221

2.5

FMT 105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND CONTROLS

Class Start & End Dates:

4.0

Family and Consumer Studies

Facilities Maintenance Technology FMT 100 - INTRODUCTION TO FACILITIES MAINTENANCE

Units

Prerequisite: FMT 122 with C or better Recommended: Student should feel comfortable working with office applications on Windows 2000 desktop. Familiarity with the Rockwell Automation RSLogix 5000 integrated development environment is a plus. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate PLC's: analysis & programming of analog & digital control systems.

Jan 28 to May 24

0915-1035AM GE223 68822 101 LEC TTH This class is part of a Metas Learning Community

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

French

5.0

FREN 001A - ELEMENTARY FRENCH Corequisite: FREN 001AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop elementary skills in listening, reading, speaking, and writing in French.

BERKE, M

68488 102 LEC MW

1215-0240PM GE101

BERKE, M

 68489 103 LEC MW

0615-0840PM GE101

BERKE, M

Corequisite: FREN 001A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for French 001A. Jan 28 to May 24 GE209B BERKE, M GE209B BERKE, M

68492 103 LAB

GE209B STAFF

Geology courses may require field trips. Students are responsible for any entrance fees and transportation. Contact the instructor for details.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68102 101 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM S213

SMAY, J

68103 102 LEC MW

1045-1205PM S213

STAFF

1.0

Corequisite: GEOL 010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Physical geology lab for the lecture course GEOL 010. Together they meet a lec/lab GE requirement.

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0240PM GE101 0615-0840PM GE101

BERKE, M STAFF

FREN 001BL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB FRENCH 1B Corequisite: FREN 001B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for French 001B.

*0.5

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68104 101 LAB W

1230-0335PM S213

STAFF

Global Studies 3.0

GLOBL 002 - GLOBAL ISSUES Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to he origins, current dilemmas, and future trends of major global issues.

Jan 28 to May 24 GE209B BERKE, M GE209B BERKE, M

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to Mar 22

68834 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students must attend the mandatory orientation meeting on Thursday, January 31 from 6:00-7:00 pm in room B209.

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3.0

GEOL 010L - PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY

Prerequisite: FREN 001A with C or better Corequisite: FREN 001BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Further development of elementary skills in listening, reading, speaking, and writing in French

68496 102 LAB

BAURMEISTER,

5.0

FREN 001B - ELEMENTARY FRENCH

68495 101 LAB

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM GE207

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None GEOL 010 meets non-lab GE physical science requirement.

68491 102 LAB

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

GEOL 010 - PHYSICAL GEOLOGY

68490 101 LAB

 68494 102 LEC MW

Units

Geology *0.5

FREN 001AL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB FRENCH 1A

68493 101 LEC TTH

Instructor

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A study of earth's physical environments, their relationships, and human-caused effects on them.

68833 101 LEC MW

1045-1150AM GE101

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

GEOG 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68487 101 LEC MTWTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Geography

See other Foreign Languages under Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Sign Language, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

GUIDE 096 - CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Career exploration, choices, and the development of skills needed for life-long career success

68574 101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM T213

SANTOS, P

68647 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM T212

SANTOS, P

68648 103 LEC MW

1045-1205PM T209

SANTOS, P

68649 104 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM T212

SANTOS, P

68650 105 LEC MW

1215-0135PM T213

SANTOS, P

69011 107 LEC TTH

Room

Instructor

*1.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-1020AM L119

MENDEZ, F

*1.0

GUIDE 119 - ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE/DISABLED STUDENTS *Open Curriculum: Orientation and approval given by a DSP&S counselor is required Orientation to college course for students with disabilities

Jan 29 to May 9 1230-0200PM T213

MARTINEZ, M

1045-1215PM T213 69012 108 LEC TTH #69012 is a Puente Program class. Students must

MARTINEZ, M

INTERSESSION 68577 101 LEC TW

Jan 15 to Jan 16 0800-0450PM L119

PULLEN, K

also enroll in ENGL 001A-107 #68250. Please

GUIDE 150 - ADAPTIVE WORD PROCESSING

call (408) 298-2181 ext. 3653 or see the Puente counselor in the Student Center, SC-201J to

Recommended: Knowledge of the keyboard Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: None Math: None Word processing course using adaptive devices as needed for students with various disabilities.

enroll.

*0.5

GUIDE 100 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING *Open Curriculum: Orientation and approval by a DSP&S counselor is required Course informs students about specific learning disabilities and students' learning styles. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68576 101 LEC M

1030-1150AM L119

MENDEZ, F

101 LAB W

1030-1150AM L119

MENDEZ, F

Health Education WIRT, D

SC-106 to enroll.

*0.5 - 4.0

GUIDE 102 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING READING STRATEGIES

3.0

HED 011 - DYNAMIC HEALTH CONCEPTS

Students must see a SJCC DSP/S counselor in

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course explores current issues in health with emphasis on making lifelong healthy choices. Class Start & End Dates:

Prerequisite: GUIDE 100 Corequisite: Or concurrent enrollment in GUIDE 100 Learning strategies and instructional intervention for students who have difficulty reading.

68765 101 LEC TTH 68766 102 LEC MW  68767 103 LEC W 69307 104 LEC TTH

68573 101 LEC T

*2.0

Apr 5 to May 3

0300-0450PM SC106 68572 101 LEC F Guide 100, #68572 is a DSP/S program course.

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Open Curriculum: No prerequisites, corequisite or levels Improve basic academic skills and/or cognitive processes through computer tasks and instruction. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68646 101 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

GUIDE 115 - COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

Guidance

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM T424

WELLER, D

1045-1205PM T418

ALWYN, D

0630-0935PM T313

CHANG, J

1215-0135PM T418

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-0950AM L119

DELVEY, J

1.0

101 LAB TH

0900-1050AM L119

DELVEY, J

1.0

101 LAB T

1000-1050AM L119

DELVEY, J

1.0

Health Science 3.0

HSCI 008 - MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY *0.5 - 4.0

GUIDE 108 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING MATHEMATICAL STRATEGIES Prerequisite: GUIDE 100 Corequisite: Or concurrent enrollment in GUIDE 100 Learning strategies & instruction for students who have difficulty with mathematics.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A medical terminology course including an introduction to body systems and functions. Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68575 101 LEC M

0900-0950AM 310

CORELIS, S

1.0

101 LAB W

0900-1050AM 310

CORELIS, S

1.0

101 LAB W

1000-1050AM 310

CORELIS, S

1.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68768 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM T418

ALWYN, D

68769 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM T418

ALWYN, D

0630-0935PM T310

GONZALES, C

 68770 103 LEC M

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of American history conducted in a topical format.

 68836 102 LEC M

YANCEY, D

0615-0920PM B102

STAFF

the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on

MANIAN, P

Learning Communities.

Jan 3 to Jan 24 MANIAN, P

10:00-11:00 am in B201.

68842 103 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM B208

JERKE, I

68843 104 LEC MW

1215-0135PM B204

VASQUEZ, G

68844 105 LEC MW

1045-1205PM B204

VASQUEZ, G

 68845 106 LEC T

0615-0920PM GE207

JERKE, I

 68846 107 LEC W

0615-0920PM GE207

YANCEY, D

 68847 108 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B204

SCHAFFER, B

68848 109 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

HIST 009 - WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY

3.0

Mandatory orientation meeting on Monday,

INTERSESSION

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69343 110 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a Hybrid/mostly online class.

Jan 28 to May 24

3.0

69344 111 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM B204

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Political, cultural & philosophical development of Europe since the Reformation.

68839 101 LEC TTH

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Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM GE207

MANIAN, P

Mandatory orientation meeting on Monday, Jan 28 11:15-12:15 pm in B201.

MANIAN, P

HIST 010B - DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN CULTURE

Class Start & End Dates:

MANIAN, P

January 28, 7:30-8:30 pm in room GE113.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is a survey course on women in the United States from Pre-Columbian to present times.

1215-0135PM GE125

WOOD, D GRZYMALA, K

Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to

Mandatory orientation meeting on Monday, Jan 28

68838 101 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM GE207

and students must enroll in ENGL 092, reg id# 668323. For more information about

January 28, 6:15-7:15 pm in room GE113.

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Jan 28 to May 24

0915-1035AM GE207 68841 102 LEC MW This class is part of a Metas Learning Community

1045-1205PM GE207

69342 104 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a Hybrid/mostly online class.

Class Start & End Dates: 68840 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

68837 103 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Mandatory orientation meeting on Monday,

INTERSESSION

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None U.S. history from pre-colonial times to 1877.

HIST 001 - SURVEY OF AMERICAN HISTORY

68835 101 LEC TTH

Time

HIST 017A - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

History

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

SCHAFFER, B

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

SCHAFFER, B

Units

3.0


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

HIST 017B - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Units

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Survey of U.S. history from 1877 to present. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

0745-0905AM GE207

WOOD, D

68850 102 LEC S

0900-1205PM GE125

MILLNER, S

1215-0135PM B209 68851 103 LEC MW This class is part of a Metas Learning Community and students must enroll in ENGL 001A,

Class Start & End Dates:

reg id# 68249. For more information about

68962 102 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM D105

FREY, K CONNOR, A

Learning Communitites, call 408-288-3124 or go to

 68963 103 LEC TH

0600-0905PM D105

the SJCC homepage at www.sjcc.edu and click on Learning Communities.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 29 to Mar 21

68853 105 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Mandatory orientation meeting on Tuesday,

JERKE, I

0745-0905AM D105 68961 101 HYB TTH This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

MANIAN, P

be taught online.

FREY, K

3.0

HUMNT 002 - INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LITERATURE

January 29, 7:30-8:30 pm in room GE113. 68854 106 LEC W

0145-0450PM GE207

YANCEY, D

 68855 107 LEC M

0615-0920PM GE207

STAFF

 68856 108 LEC TH

0615-0920PM GE207

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The study of literature by authors around the globe.

YANCEY, D

68857 109 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday,

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basic concepts of art, dance, music, theater applied to diverse examples.

GRZYMALA, K

1045-1205PM B208

Units

Humanities HUMNT 001 - INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS

Jan 28 to May 24

68849 101 LEC MW

68852 104 LEC TTH

Instructor

MANIAN, P

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68312 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

January 30, 7:30-8:30 pm in room GE123.

KOZLOWSKI, H

Once registered, students must contact the INTERSESSION

Jan 3 to Jan 24

instructor at heidi.kozlowski@sjcc.edu

69345 110 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM GE207

WOOD, D

 69346 111 LEC MTWTH

0600-1005PM GE207

YANCEY, D

HUMNT 003 - INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES 3.0

HIST 021 - AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The African American experience from their time in captivity to the present day. Class Start & End Dates: 68859 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM B102

Jan 28 to May 24

68964 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

WHITE, K

MANIAN, P

Mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday,

HIST 024 - HISTORY AND CULTURE OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN

3.0

January 30, 6:15-7:15 pm in room GE123.

Japanese

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey course of the history and cultures of American Indians from Pre-Columbian to present. Class Start & End Dates:

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is an interdisciplinary study of women and gender. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

3.0

See other Foreign Languages under Arabic, Chinese, French, Sign Language, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Jan 28 to May 24

68860 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class.

MANIAN, P

5.0

JAPAN 001B - ELEMENTARY JAPANESE Prerequisite: JAPAN 001A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Further development of elementary skills in listening, reading, speaking, and writing in Japanese.

Mandatory orientation meeting on Tuesday, January 29, 6:15-7:15 pm in room GE113.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 22 to Jun 6

 68566 101 LEC MTWTHF 0900-0950AM LND Class is held at Leland High School located

FUKUI, I

at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120.  68567 102 LEC MTWTHF 1000-1050AM LND Class is held at Leland High School located

FUKUI, I

at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120.

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

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 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

5.0

JAPAN 002B - INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE Prerequisite: JAPAN 002A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Further development of intermediate skills in listening, reading, speaking, and writing Japanese. Class Start & End Dates:

FUKUI, I

Class Start & End Dates:

Journalism 3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to communications media and their role in society and popular culture. Jan 28 to May 24 0230-0350PM T309

STAFF

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

DADA, F

1.0

Feb 14 to May 23 DADA, F

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23

3.0 

101 LAB TH 0515-0645PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

DADA, F

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23

JOURN 035B - DEVELOPMENT OF EDITORIAL MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0500PM T302

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0500PM T302

 69197 101 LEC TH 0655-0745PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

DADA, F

Recommended: Successful completion of ENGL 092, consumption of commercial news, willingness to commit the time needed to produce the newspaper Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to photojournalism for the newspaper.

69194 101 LAB TTH

69196 101 LAB TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

JOURN 032B - NEWSPAPER LAB PHOTOJOURNALISM

Class Start & End Dates:

DADA, F

Prerequisite: JOURN 022 or JOURN 032A or JOURN 032B or JOURN 032C or JOURN 032D; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to print and online newspaper planning and staff management for editors.

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0500PM T302

DADA, F

Prerequisite: JOURN 035A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Development of print and online newspaper planning and staff management skills for editors. Class Start & End Dates:

Feb 14 to May 23

 69198 101 LEC TH 0655-0745PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

DADA, F

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23 

101 LAB TH 0515-0645PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates: Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23

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3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 1230-0500PM T302

JOURN 035A - INTRO TO EDITORIAL MGT

Recommended: Successful completion of ENGL 092, consumption of commercial news, willingness to commit the time needed to produce a newspaper Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to reporting, writing, and editing for student media, print and online.

69193 101 LAB TTH

Units

Recommended: Successful completion of ENGL 092, consumption of commercial news, willingness to commit the time needed to produce the newspaper Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students design and produce the college newspaper.

3.0

JOURN 032A - INTRODUCTION TO NEWS REPORTING

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

JOURN 032D - NEWSPAPER LAB PRODUCTION AND DESIGN

JOURN 021 - COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA AND SOCIETY

68497 101 LEC TTH

Room

JOURN 032C - NEWSPAPER LAB - BEGINNING EDITORIAL MANAGEMENT AND ADVERTISING

69195 101 LAB TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Recommended: Successful completion of ENGL 092, consumption of commercial news, willingness to commit the time needed to produce the newspaper Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Student production and management of the newspaper including advertising.

Jan 22 to Jun 6

 68568 101 LEC MTWTHF 1100-1150AM LND Class is held at Leland High School located at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120.

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

DADA, F

1.0


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

JOURN 035C - INTERMEDIATE EDITORIAL MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: JOURN 035B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate level of print and online newspaper planning and staff management for editors. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Room

Instructor

3.0

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletics Constitution and by-laws. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides an environment that encourages academic & competitive success at an intercollegiate level.

Feb 14 to May 23 DADA, F

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23 101 LAB TH 0515-0645PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

Units

Kinesiology, Athletics - Men KINAM 012 - INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL-MEN

 69199 101 LEC TH 0655-0745PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Class Start & End Dates:

DADA, F

Jan 28 to May 24

69064 101 LAB

CARR, P

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23

1.0

JOURN 035D - ADVANCED EDITORIAL MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: JOURN 035C with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Advanced level of print and online newspaper planinng and staff management for editors.

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletic Constitution and by-laws Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intercollegiate competition in men's golf. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69065 101 LAB Class Start & End Dates:

KINAM 048 - INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK AND FIELD - MEN

DADA, F

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23 101 LAB TH 0515-0645PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

DADA, F

Class Start & End Dates:

Kinesiology

Jan 28 to May 24

69066 101 LEC

KIN 005 - INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This introductory course is an overview of Kinesiology and Physical Education.

3.0

FLYNN, D

Kinesiology, Athletics - Women 3.0

KINAW 012 - INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL-WOMEN

Jan 28 to May 24

69062 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM B106

ROBB, D

69063 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM B102

FRAIRE, N

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletics Constitution and by-laws. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides an environment that encourages academic & competitive success at an intercollegiate level. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69067 101 LAB

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

EVENING CLASS

3.0

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletic Constitution and by-laws Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intercollegiate competition in men's track and field.

Feb 14, Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 21, Apr 11, Apr25, May 9, May 23

Class Start & End Dates:

STAGNARO, D

Feb 14 to May 23

 69200 101 LEC TH 0655-0745PM T302 Lecture meets the following dates:

3.0

KINAM 024 - INTERCOLLEGIATE GOLF

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

OBERG, T

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

KINAW 040 - INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL

Units

3.0

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletics Constitution and by-laws Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides an environment that encourages academic & competitive success at an intercollegiate level. Class Start & End Dates:

69077 101 LEC TWTH

1.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0330-0420PM AGYM

STAFF

1.0

3.0 Class Start & End Dates: 69079 101 LAB MW

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0735AM 211D

ELLIS, B

1.0

KINPE 023 - CARDIO KICKBOXING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Aerobic conditioning activity of kickboxing Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 FLYNN, D

Kinesiology, Wellness 1.0

KINPE 008 - ARCHERY

Jan 28 to May 24

69080 101 LAB TTHF

0630-0720AM MULTI

ELLIS, B

69081 102 LAB MW

0915-1035AM MGYM

STAFF STAFF

69082 103 LAB MW

1215-0135PM MULTI

 69083 104 LAB TTH

0615-0735PM MULTI

FRAIRE, N

 69084 105 LAB MW

0615-0735PM 211D

STAFF

0745-0905AM MULTI

ELLIS, B

69354 106 LAB MW INTERSESSION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Instruction and practice in the fundamental skills of target archery.

69361 107 LAB MTWTH

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM 211D

STAFF

1.0

KINPE 030 - FIT FOR LIFE

Jan 28 to May 24

 69070 101 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM PF

CRAWFORD, L

 69071 102 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM PF

CRAWFORD, L

 69247 103 LAB MW

1045-1205PM PF

RAFAT, T

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Activities will be used to develop flexibility, strength, and cardiorespiratory endurance. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69085 101 LAB TTH

0745-0905AM 309

CHIODO, C

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basic badminton skills and game strategies

69086 102 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM TRK

STAFF

69087 103 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM TRK

RAFAT, T

Class Start & End Dates:

69088 104 LAB MW

1215-0135PM TRK

ROBB, D

0600-0720PM AGYM

NURNBERG, D

1.0

KINPE 009 - BADMINTON

Jan 28 to May 24

69072 101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM AGYM

OBERG, T

 69089 105 LAB TTH

69073 102 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM AGYM

RAFAT, T

INTERSESSION

69074 103 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM AGYM

ROBB, D

69355 104 LAB MW

1045-1205PM AGYM

STAFF

69356 105 LAB MW

1215-0135PM AGYM

STAFF

69362 106 LAB MTWTH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Skills, drills, team organization, and rules of basketball.

STAFF

1.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Soccer for the recreational player Class Start & End Dates: 69090 101 LAB MW

Jan 28 to May 24

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0100-0505PM FB

KINPE 038 - SOCCER - RECREATIONAL 1.0

KINPE 012 - BASKETBALL

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basic techniques, forms, combo kicks, step sparring, and self-defense

Corequisite: Medical examination clearance and athletic eligibility per Commission on Athletics Constitution and by-laws Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intercollegiate competition in women's track and field.

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

KINPE 019 - TAE KWON DO

KINAW 048 - INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK AND FILED - WOMEN

69069 101 LAB

Room

KINPE 013 - ADVANCED FOOTBALL

Class Start & End Dates:

HUNTZE-ROONE

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed to review football rules, and teach advanced skills and strategy.

Jan 28 to May 24

69068 101 LAB

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Jan 28 to May 24 0145-0305PM FB

RAFAT, T

69091 102 LAB TTH

0315-0435PM FB

FRAIRE, N

 69357 103 LAB MW

1045-1205PM PF

STAFF

 69076 102 LAB T

0630-0935PM MGYM

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OBERG, T


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

KINPE 039 - HATHA YOGA Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Controlling the body, breath, and mind through yoga poses, breathing, and meditation techniques. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

1.0

KINPE 055 - AEROBICS WITH MUSIC Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Exercise class designed to improve or maintain cardio-vascular fitness using music for motivation.

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69092 101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM 310G

OWENS, L

69104 101 LAB MW

0745-0905AM 211D

MATHIAS, E

69093 102 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM 310G

HUNTZE-ROONE

69105 102 LAB MW

0915-1035AM 211D

HUERTA, S

69094 103 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM 310G

HUNTZE-ROONE

69106 103 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM 211D

HUERTA, S

69095 104 LAB MW

1215-0135PM 310G

OWENS, L

69107 104 LAB MW

1045-1205PM 211D

ROBB, D

69108 105 LAB MW

1215-0135PM 211D

HUERTA, S

69109 106 LAB TTH

0145-0305PM 211D

ROBB, D

1.0

KINPE 040 - SOFTBALL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learning and utilizing skills of softball. INTERSESSION 69096 101 LAB MTWTHF

1.0

KINPE 056 - WEIGHT TRAINING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Use of progressive weight resistance exercises to establish muscular strength and fitness.

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0130-0445PM SB

HUNTZE-ROONE

1.0

KINPE 041 - PILATES MAT WORKOUT Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A group exercise class emphasizing the principles of Joseph Pilates. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69110 101 LAB MW

0615-0735AM 308

OBERG, T

69111 102 LAB MW

0745-0905AM 308

OBERG, T

69112 103 LAB F

0900-1205PM 308

ROBB, D

69113 104 LAB MW

0915-1035AM 308

STAFF

69097 101 LAB MW

1045-1205PM 310G

BRUGA, K

69114 105 LAB TTH

0915-1035AM 308

ROBB, D

69098 102 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM 211D

MATHIAS, E

69115 106 LAB MW

1045-1205PM 308

OBERG, T

69099 103 LAB TTH

1215-0135PM 310G

ROBB, D

69116 107 LAB TTH

1045-1205PM 308

STAFF

69100 104 LAB MW

0145-0305PM 310G

ROBB, D

69117 108 LAB MW

1215-0135PM 308

OBERG, T

 69248 105 LAB MW

0515-0635PM 310G

NURNBERG, D

69118 109 LAB TTH

1215-0135PM 308

RAFAT, T

69119 110 LAB MW

0145-0305PM 308

STAFF

69120 111 LAB TTH

0145-0305PM 308

STAFF

69121 112 LAB MW

0315-0435PM 308

RAFAT, T

69122 113 LAB TTH

0315-0435PM 308

CHIODO, C

 69123 114 LAB MW

0515-0635PM 308

STAFF

 69249 116 LAB MW

0645-0805PM 308

NURNBERG, D

 69358 117 LAB MW

0645-0805PM 308

NURNBERG, D

69359 118 LAB S

0830-1135AM 308

STAFF

INTERSESSION 69360 106 LAB MTWTH

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM 310G

STAFF

1.0

KINPE 044 - CORE, ALIGNMENT, AND RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON THE BALL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Exercise class focusing on "core" abdominal and back muscles using the stability ball. Class Start & End Dates: 69101 101 LAB TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0745-0905AM 211D

INTERSESSION

MATHIAS, E

69202 115 LAB MTWTH

 69103 102 LAB M

OBERG, T

Labor Studies

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is a volleyball activity course that emphasizes individual improvement in volleyball skills.

69102 101 LAB MW

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM 308

1.0

KINPE 052 - VOLLEYBALL

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

LABOR 015 - LOCAL UNION AND COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM MGYM

RAFAT, T

0530-0835PM MGYM

RAFAT, T

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none Leadership development in interpersonal relationships in union and community groups. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68861 101 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B102

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

EVENING CLASS

+3.0

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

KELLY, J

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

LABOR 020 - WORKERS' RIGHTS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An overview of federal and California laws governing collective bargaining and labor relations. Class Start & End Dates:  68862 101 LEC TH

KOENIG, C

+0.5 - 9.0

LABOR 098 - DIRECTED STUDY Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Independent study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines. Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Instructor

Units

+1.0 - 8.0

LASER 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69164 101 BY ARRG

114

SUKUTA, S

Learning Skills

Jan 28 to May 24

68863 101 BY ARRG

All students may complete Learning Center courses any time the Learning Center is open:

HANFLING, B

+1.0 - 8.0

LABOR 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

Feb 7 to Mar 7 0615-0920PM GE113

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

LS 090 - DIRECTED TUTORING EXPERIENCE

Class Start & End Dates: 68313 101 LEC M Please contact instructor.

HANFLING, B

Jan 28 to May 24 0200-0250PM L123

BLAIR, M

0.0

LS 210 - SUPERVISED TUTORING

Laser

*Open Curriculum: Students must be referred by a counselor/instructor Peer tutoring for students referred by counselor/instructor. +0.5 - 9.0

LASER 098 - DIRECTED STUDY

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Independent study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines.

67999 101 BY ARRG

L105

STAFF

68000 102 BY ARRG

L105

STAFF

68001 103 BY ARRG

L105

BANKS, J

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68002 104 BY ARRG

L105

SINGH, S

69301 101 BY ARRG

114

68003 105 BY ARRG

L105

LAZIK, I

68013 106 BY ARRG

L105

SONG, J

68014 107 BY ARRG

L105

FRODYMA, M

68015 108 BY ARRG

L105

FRODYMA, M

68017 109 BY ARRG

L105

DATTA, S

68018 110 BY ARRG

S111

ADAMCZESKI, M

68499 111 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

68500 112 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

68501 113 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

68502 114 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

Prerequisite: LASER 102 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Covers solid state laser technology and pulsating techniques.

68503 115 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

68504 116 BY ARRG

L103

STAFF

68505 117 BY ARRG

L103

RICE, L

68570 118 BY ARRG

L119

PULLEN, K

Class Start & End Dates:

68571 119 BY ARRG

L119

PULLEN, K

SUKUTA, S

LASER 100 - INTRODUCTION TO PHOTONICS

4.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Principles, techniques and skills for entry-level laser/electro-optics technicians. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69162 101 LEC M

0600-0905PM 114

SUKUTA, S

0600-0905PM 114

SUKUTA, S

101 LAB W

LASER 103 - ADVANCED LASER TECHNOLOGY

Jan 28 to May 24

 69299 101 LEC T

0600-0905PM 114

SUKUTA, S

0600-0905PM 114

SUKUTA, S

44

101 LAB TH

1.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides knowledge about tutoring methods.

Jan 28 to May 24

68864 101 BY ARRG

MTWTH 08:30 a.m. - 09:00 p.m. FRI 08:30 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.

4.0

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Time

Room

Instructor

LIB 015 - ELECTRONIC RESEARCH AND THE INTERNET

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Hands-on training using electronic information resources, including the Internet, for research. Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69165 101 LEC TTH

0530-0650PM 107I

SORICH, J

0700-0925PM 109L

SORICH, J

101 LAB TTH

STAFF

+1.0 - 8.0

MACH 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE

Machine Technology Our program offers courses ranging from entry level job skills to advanced level. Students can register into MACH 120 and MACH 123 concurrently, and MACH 126 and MACH 129 concurrently. Students who have prerequisite issues or need additional information may contact the Division Office at 408 288-3781 or email the instructor at isai.ulate@sjcc.

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68683 101 BY ARRG

4.0

MACH 100 - SHOP MATH AND DRAWING

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68684 101 LEC TTH

0500-0650PM 109

5.0

MACH 153A - OPERATOR/PROGRAMMER I

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00 ULATE, I

3.0

MACH 101 - INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TECHNOLOGY Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to milling machines, lathes, band saws, and grinders.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69166 101 LEC MW

0530-0650PM 109

HEKMATPANAH,

0700-1005PM 109L

HEKMATPANAH,

101 LAB MW

MACH 153B - OPERATOR/PROGRAMMER II

Jan 28 to May 24

 68685 101 LEC T

0715-0905PM 109

ULATE, I

0710-1015PM 109L

ULATE, I

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00

4.5

MACH 126 - ADVANCED CNC MACHINING CENTER Prerequisite: MACH 120 or MACH 123, both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Students study advanced set-up procedures and the safe use of CNC machining centers.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68688 101 LEC MW

0530-0650PM 109

HEKMATPANAH,

0700-1005PM 109L

HEKMATPANAH,

101 LAB MW

2.0

MACH 154 - INTRODUCTORY CAD/CAM OPERATIONS FOR MACHINISTS AND OPERATORS

MATERIAL FEE: $50.00 Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68687 101 LEC MW

0530-0650PM 107I

ULATE, I

0700-0925PM 109L

ULATE, I

Prerequisite: MACH 129 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduction to CAD/CAM using Master/CAM software to prepare CNC Milling and CNC Lathe program files. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68689 101 LEC F

0530-0620PM 107J

ULATE, I

0630-0935PM 107J

ULATE, I

101 LAB F

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

5.0

Prerequisite: MACH 153A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Advanced CNC Programming and machine operation for milling machines using EIA controls.

MATERIAL FEE: $20.00

101 LAB MW

ULATE, I

Prerequisite: MACH 101 or MACH 120 or MACH 123 or MACH 126 or MACH 129; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introduction to computerized numerical control programming/machine operation for CNC.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended: 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on assessment Basic shop math and drawing

101 LAB TH

4.5

Prerequisite: MACH 126 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Students study concepts to optimize Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programs and operations. MATERIAL FEE: $50.00

68498 101 ONLINE/HYBRID

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

MACH 129 - CNC OPERATOR FUNDAMENTALS

Library Studies

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

EVENING CLASS

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

45


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

2.0

MACH 158 - ADVANCED CAD/CAM OPERATIONS FOR MACHINISTS AND OPERATORS

Time

Room

Jan 28 to May 24 0530-0620PM 107J

ULATE, I

MATH 013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

0630-0935PM 107J

ULATE, I

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 011S all with C or better or placement based on math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A second semester Algebra course in preparation for transfer science and math courses.

MACH 160 - INTRODUCTION TO CNC LASER APPLICATIONS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introductory course in CNC laser applications. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 69300 101 LEC MW

0500-0650PM 107D

PRESS, R

0700-0850PM 107D

PRESS, R

101 LAB MW

5.0

Class Start & End Dates:

+5.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68121 101 LEC MTWTH

0800-0905AM M303

DU, J

68122 102 LEC MTWTH

0800-0905AM S205

DESOUSA, S

68123 103 LEC MW

0800-1025AM M201

QUACH, T

68124 104 LEC MW

0800-1025AM M204

COCHRAN, G

68125 105 LEC TTH

0800-1025AM M301

MCCANDLESS, K

68126 106 LEC TTH

0800-1025AM M204

COCHRAN, G

68127 107 LEC S

0900-0215PM M301

DU, J

68128 108 LEC MTWTH

0915-1020AM M203

FRAZIER, C

68129 109 LEC MW

0915-1140AM S203

KIFER, C

68167 110 LEC TTH LC

0935-1200PM M302

RANDALL, L

68168 111 LEC TTH LC

0935-1200PM M302

RANDALL, L

68169 112 LEC MTWTH

1045-1150AM M201

QUACH, T

68170 113 LEC MW

1045-0110PM M302

AHLBERG, D

68578 114 LEC TTH

1045-0110PM M301

MCCANDLESS, K

68579 115 LEC MW

1215-0240PM M303

DIVINIA, M

68580 116 LEC MW

0145-0410PM M204

BHAGI, S

68581 117 LEC TTH

0330-0550PM M203

TRAN, A

 68582 118 LEC MW

0615-0840PM M203

TRAN, A

 68583 119 LEC TTH

0615-0840PM M203

TRAN, A

 68584 120 LEC TTH

0615-0840PM M302

 68585 121 HYB W 0615-0615PM M302 This is an Internet Hybrid class that will be

JONISH, D AHLBERG, D

taught online with onsite exams. The orientation is Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 6:15 pm in M302. For more information, email: david.ahlberg@sjcc.edu 69315 122 LEC TTH

46

Units

Mathematics

 68690 101 LEC F 101 LAB F

Instructor

Students are required to bring a graphing calculator to class for certain sections of MATH 013, MATH 021, MATH 022, MATH 025, MATH 061, MATH 063, MATH 071, MATH 072, MATH 073. Texas Instruments TI-86, TI-89 or equivalent is recommended for all classes except MATH 063, for which a TI-83 or TI-84 or equivalent is recommended.

Prerequisite: MACH 154 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Advanced CAD/CAM using latest MasterCAM software to prepare CNC milling and CNC lathe program files. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

1215-0240PM S205

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

KANG, M


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

+3.0

MATH 014 - GEOMETRY Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 011S all with C or better or placement based on math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A course in plane geometry figures and relationships including logical proofs. Jan 28 to May 24

 68586 101 LEC MW

0630-0750PM M201

Room

Instructor

68593 101 LEC MW

3.0

Prerequisite: MATH 013 and MATH 014 both with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A course designed to prepare students for the level of trigonometry needed in the study of calculus.

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM M303

RAHIM, H

MATH 062 - CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

1045-1205PM M204

COCHRAN, G

68594 101 LEC MW

5.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM M303

DIVINIA, M

3.0

MATH 063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course is an introduction to elementary statistics.

Prerequisite: MATH 013 and MATH 014 both with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A precalculus algebra and trig course, meeting part of GE requirement in quantitive reasoning.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68595 101 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM M106

SADEGHI-HASSA

68596 102 LEC MW

0745-0905AM M302

RAHIM, H

68597 103 LEC S

0900-1205PM M204

KALANTAR, M

68598 104 LEC MW

0145-0305PM S202

NGUYEN, N

68599 105 LEC MW

0915-1035AM M302

RAHIM, H

68600 106 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM M304

VANAJAKSHI, C

taught online with onsite exams. The orientation is Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 6:15 pm

68601 107 LEC MW

1045-1205PM M203

FRAZIER, C

68602 108 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM M203

FRAZIER, C

in M304. For more information,

68603 109 LEC MW

1215-0135PM M201

BHAGI, S

email: anuradha.soman@sjcc.edu

68604 110 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM M201

NGUYEN, N

 68605 111 LEC MW

0615-0735PM M302

STAFF

 68606 112 LEC TTH

0630-0750PM M304

Jan 28 to May 24

68588 101 LEC MW

0800-1025AM M106

JENSEN, K

68589 102 LEC TTH

1045-0110PM M204

COCHRAN, G

 68590 103 LEC MW

0615-0840PM M204

KOVALEVA, O

 68591 104 HYB W 0615-0615PM M304 This is an Internet Hybrid class that will be

69316 105 LEC TTH

SOMAN, A

1215-0240PM M106

KIM, D

3.0

MATH 051 - MATHEMATICS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Transfer level mathematics course intended for non science majors planning transfer to CSU system.

 68607 113 HYB W 0745-0745PM M302 This is an Internet Hybrid class that will be

68592 101 LEC TTH

in M302. For more information, email: david.ahlberg@sjcc.edu

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM S205

DESOUSA, S

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69242 114 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM M304

69243 115 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM M303

MCCANDLESS, K

69244 116 LEC MTWTH

0900-0105PM M302

FRAZIER, C

 69313 117 LEC MTWTH

0600-1005PM M303

NGUYEN, V

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

KOVALEVA, O AHLBERG, D

taught online with onsite exams. The orientation is Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 7:45 pm

INTERSESSION Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Prerequisite: MATH 021 or MATH 025, with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Single and multivariable calculus for business and social science.

MATH 025 - PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

3.0

MATH 061 - FINITE MATHEMATICS

Class Start & End Dates: NGUYEN, V

MATH 022 - TRIGONOMETRY

68587 101 LEC MW

Time

Prerequisite: MATH 013 or ELECT 122 both with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Applications of mathematics to business, management, economics, and social sciences are emphasized.

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

EVENING CLASS

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

COCHRAN, G

47


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

MATH 070 - DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Prerequisite: 3 units of MATH 310 or MATH 311 with a P grade or placement based on math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A five-unit course in elementary algebra.

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

68608 101 LEC MW

0915-1035AM S122

FRODYMA, M

Jan 28 to May 24

68105 101 LEC MTWTH

0800-0905AM M203

68106 102 LEC MTWTH

0800-0905AM M304

PARDO, R

68107 103 LEC MW

0800-1025AM M301

MCCANDLESS, K

68108 104 LEC MW

0800-1025AM M101

NADKARNI, H

68109 105 LEC TTH

0800-1025AM M201

QUACH, T

68110 106 LEC S

0900-0215PM M304

NGUYEN, V

68111 107 LEC TTH

0915-1140AM M106

SADEGHI-HASSA

68112 108 LEC MW

1045-0110PM M106

JENSEN, K

68113 109 LEC TTH

1045-0110PM M101

TRIEU, P

BANKS, J

68114 110 LEC MW

1215-0240PM M301

MCCANDLESS, K

RANDALL, L

68115 111 LEC TTH

1245-0310PM M302

SINGH, S

1230-0255PM M203

FRAZIER, C

68116 112 LEC MW

0200-0425PM M302

AHLBERG, D

 68612 104 LEC MW

0615-0840PM S205

FRODYMA, M

68117 113 LEC TTH

0200-0425PM M201

TRIEU, P

69317 105 LEC TTH

0800-1025AM M101

STAFF

68118 114 LEC MW

0330-0555PM M203

TRAN, A

 68119 115 LEC MW

0615-0840PM M303

SIOSHANSI, A

 68120 116 LEC TTH

0615-0840PM M303

NGUYEN, T

69318 117 LEC MW

1215-0240PM M304

CRAY, L

5.0

MATH 071 - CALCULUS I WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY Prerequisite: (MATH 021 and MATH 022) or MATH 025 all with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Calculus I with analytic geometry for math, science, computer, or engineering students. Class Start & End Dates: 68609 101 LEC MTWTH 68610 102 LEC MW 68611 103 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0800-0905AM S202 1045-0110PM M101

5.0

MATH 072 - CALCULUS II WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY Prerequisite: MATH 071 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Calculus II with analytic geometry for mathematics, science and engineering students. Class Start & End Dates: 68613 101 LEC MTWTH  68614 102 LEC TTH

SOMAN, A

*3.0

MATH 311 - PRE-ALGEBRA Prerequisite: 3 units of MATH 310 with P grade or placement based on math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None MATH 311 is designed to prepare students with a foundation in arithmetic for Introductory Algebra.

Jan 28 to May 24 0800-0905AM S204

KIFER, C

0630-0855PM M201

QUACH, T

5.0

MATH 073 - MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Prerequisite: MATH 072 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None In this course, differential and integral calculus concepts are applied to multivariable functions.

68619 101 LEC TTH

0745-0905AM M302

SIOSHANSI, A

68620 102 LEC MW

1045-1205PM M301

SINGH, S

68621 103 LEC MW

0915-1035AM M304

PARDO, R

68622 104 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM M303

DIVINIA, M

Class Start & End Dates:

68623 105 LEC MW

1045-1205PM M304

SOMAN, A

Jan 28 to May 24

68615 101 LEC TTH

1215-0240PM M303

DIVINIA, M

68624 106 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM M304

SOMAN, A

 68616 102 LEC TTH

0615-0840PM M204

KALANTAR, M

68625 107 LEC MW

1215-0135PM M203

NADKARNI, H

3.0

MATH 078 - DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prerequisite: MATH 073 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces both methods and applications of ordinary differential equations. Class Start & End Dates:

68626 108 LEC TTH

0330-0450PM M302

JONISH, D

 68627 109 LEC MW

0615-0735PM M301

NGUYEN, T

 68628 110 LEC TTH

0615-0735PM M301

LUU, A

69319 111 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM M304

CRAY, L

69320 112 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM S202

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24

 68617 101 LEC TTH 0730-0850AM LND Class is held at Leland High School located

LANGLOIS, W

at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120. 68618 102 LEC TTH

48

0915-1035AM S202

Units

*5.0

MATH 111 - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: (MATH 021 and MATH 022) or MATH 025 all with C or better or equivalent Advisory level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Discrete mathematics for computer science, mathematics, and science students. Jan 28 to May 24

Instructor

BANKS, J

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

MA 004 - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN BODY

4.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Anatomy and physiology for Medical Assisting and Allied Health students; related pathology covered.

JANOWICZ, R

101 LAB MW

1045-1205PM T515

JANOWICZ, R

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn basic skills and knowledge to handle medical office emergencies including CPR. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68774 101 LEC T

0145-0305PM T519 0315-0435PM T519

KAHLON, J

0230-0350PM T518

BRACKETT, K

3.0

Prerequisite: MA 006 and (BIOL 071 or BIOL 020 or MA 004) all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Minor surgery assisting protocols; exposure to wound care; sterilization and sterile techniques. Jan 28 to May 24

68781 101 LEC TTH

0915-1005AM T519

JANOWICZ, R

101 LAB TTH

1015-1135AM T518

JANOWICZ, R

4.0

MA 024 - MEDICAL EXPERIENCE CLINICL EXPERIENCE

Recommended: Completion of MA 005 is strongly recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students are introduced to the health care field.

Prerequisite: MA 020 and MA 021 and MA 022 and MA 023; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Minimum 160 hours of supervised clinical experience in a hospital, clinical, or physician's office.

Jan 28 to May 24 0130-0250PM T513

JANOWICZ, R

0600-0905PM T513

JANOWICZ, R

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

MA 008 - MEDICAL OFFICE FINANCIAL PROCEDURES

Jan 28 to May 24

 69321 101 LEC M 0600-0950PM T513 Lecture meets January 28, February 4, May 13 and May 20 only. 101 LAB Lecture meets January 28, February 4, May 13

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students are introduced to medical office financial procedures. Class Start & End Dates:

BRACKETT, K

101 LAB MW

3.0

MA 006 - INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ASSISTING

 68776 102 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0115-0205PM T519

Class Start & End Dates:

KAHLON, J

Units

3.0

MA 022 - MEDICAL ASEPSIS AND SURGICAL PROCEDURES 2.0

MA 005 - MEDICAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES

68775 101 LEC MW

Instructor

68780 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM T515

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

Prerequisite: MA 006 and (BIOL 071 or BIOL 020 or MA 004), all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Perform a variety of clinical tasks in a medical setting including EKGs. Class Start & End Dates:

68773 101 LEC MW

101 LAB T

Time

MA 020 - PHYSICAL EXAMINATION PROCEDURES

Medical Assisting

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

STAFF

STAFF

and May 20 only.

Jan 28 to May 24

68777 101 LEC MW

1045-1135AM T212

OVENS, D

101 LAB MW

1145-0105PM T212

OVENS, D

Meteorology 3.0

METEO 010 - WEATHER AND CLIMATE 2.0

MA 011 - MEDICAL CODING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Students acquire the skills necessary for medical coding. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68778 101 LEC T

1045-1135AM T519

OVENS, D

101 LAB TH

1045-1250PM T519

OVENS, D

101 LAB T

1145-1235PM T519

OVENS, D

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 A study of meteorology which meets the GE requirement without lab in physical science. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68172 101 LEC TTH

0630-0750PM S213

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. 

EVENING CLASS

 OFF CAMPUS SITE

EVENING OFF CAMPUS

CHRISTEN, O

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

1.0

MUSIC 020 - CLASS PIANO Prerequisite: MUSIC 050B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed for intermediate pianists to improve technique, interpretive and creative abilities.

 68966 101 LAB M

68965 101 LAB SU 

68968 102 LAB TTH

1.0

68969 101 LAB MW

0600-0905PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

1045-1205PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

Class Start & End Dates:

1.0

68972 101 LAB TTH

ANDRADE, K

Class Start & End Dates:

1.0

3.0

68978 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

3.0

MUSIC 095 - MUSIC APPRECIATION: JAZZ Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the elements of jazz tracing the evolution of the styles and structures of jazz.

Jan 28 to May 24 ANDRADE, K

Class Start & End Dates:

1.0

Jan 29 to Apr 18

1215-0135PM A112 68979 101 HYB TTH This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

FREY, K

be taught online.

3.0

MUSIC 099 - INTRODUCTORY MUSIC

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM A112

BEHROOZI, B

0600-0905PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will read, interpret, and write basic notational symbols of music. 1.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course continues the reinforcement and application of the fundamentals of playing guitar.

68974 101 LAB TTH

FREY, K

be taught online.

ANDRADE, K

MUSIC 058B - BEGINNING GUITAR

Class Start & End Dates:

FREY, K

Jan 29 to Apr 9

 68977 102 HYB T 0600-0905PM D108 This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

1045-1205PM D108

0615-0920PM D108

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM D108

0615-0920PM D108

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to fundamentals of playing guitar.

 68973 102 LAB T

LEE, G

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Music appreciation: Introduction to Western music

Jan 28 to May 24

MUSIC 058A - BEGINNING GUITAR

Class Start & End Dates:

LEE, G

0500-0550PM A112

MUSIC 091 - MUSIC APPRECIATION: WESTERN CIVILIZATION

Prerequisite: MUSIC 050A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Second semester of class piano. Chord construction, scales, chord progressions.

 68971 101 LAB M

Jan 28 to May 24 0420-0625PM A112

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces students to music from an international and cross-cultural perspective.

68976 101 LEC TTH

MUSIC 050B - BEGINNING PIANO

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB S

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed for beginning pianists to learn technique, theory, interpretation and creativity.

 68970 102 LAB M

Units

1.0

MUSIC 083 - EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MUSIC

ANDRADE, K

MUSIC 050A - BEGINNING PIANO

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM D108

Prerequisite: MUSIC 058B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A progressive applied study of guitar technique and musicianship.

 68967 101 LAB T

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to fundamentals of playing traditional Chinese instruments. Class Start & End Dates:

MUSIC 028 - CLASS GUITAR

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

MUSIC 065 - INTRO TO CHINESE INSTRUMENTS

Music

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Class Start & End Dates: 68980 101 LEC MW  68981 102 LEC W

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM D108

BEHROOZI, B

0600-0905PM D108

BEHROOZI, B

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

 68975 102 LAB T

0645-0950PM A112

BEHROOZI, B

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Instructor

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

3.0

PHIL 070 - COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS

Oceanography

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introductory philosophical survey of the world's major living religions.

The Oceanography 010 course may require field trips. Students are responsible for any entrance fees and transportation. Contact the instructor for details.

Class Start & End Dates: 68992 101 LEC MW

OCEAN 010 - DESCRIPTIVE OCEANOGRAPHY

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM B208

GRUDZEN, G

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 A study of the ocean, lecture only, meeting part of the GE requirement in physical science.

Photography

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68173 101 LEC TTH

0445-0605PM S213

CHRISTEN, O

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basics of B & W photo; image choice, camera controls, fingerprint processing, presentation.

CHRISTEN, O

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68994 101 LEC MW

1045-1135AM 112

GARLAND, T

101 LAB MW

1145-0135PM 112

GARLAND, T

68995 102 LEC TTH

1215-0105PM 112

GARLAND, T

102 LAB TTH

0115-0305PM 112

GARLAND, T

 68996 103 LEC MW

0615-0705PM 112

URRUTIA, R

0715-0905PM 112

URRUTIA, R

INTERSESSION 69245 102 LEC MTWTH

Jan 3 to Jan 24

Philosophy PHIL 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY: METAPHYSICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the history and basic disciplines of western philosophy. Class Start & End Dates:

68983 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE121

GRUDZEN, G

68984 103 LEC TTH

0145-0305PM GE121

MOK, C

0615-0920PM GE121

LIEM, H

69347 105 LEC MTWTH

LIEM, H

3.0

1215-0105PM 112

101 LAB TTH

0115-0305PM 112

GARLAND, T

 68998 102 LEC MW

0615-0705PM 112

URRUTIA, R

0715-0905PM 112

URRUTIA, R

102 LAB MW

GARLAND, T

+3.0

Recommended: Photo 22 and 70 and knowledge of Windows or Mac Operating Systems Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM GE121

Class Start & End Dates: LIEM, H

PHIL 060 - LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introductory course in formal and informal/ critical thinking. Class Start & End Dates:

68997 101 LEC TTH

PHOTO 075 - BEGINNING DIGITAL IMAGING

Recommended: Completion of PHIL 010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the philosophy of human existence.

68986 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

LIEM, H

PHIL 012 - INTRODUCTION TO EXISTENTIALISM: THE MEANING OF LIFE

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0100-0505PM GE123

3.0

Prerequisite: PHOTO 022 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate practice and application of blackand-white & photography, from design to presentation.

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM GE121

INTERSESSION

103 LAB MW

PHOTO 062 - INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY

68982 101 LEC MW

 68985 104 LEC M

3.0

PHOTO 022 - BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY

0900-0105PM S202

Units

Jan 28 to May 24

68999 101 LEC MW

0230-0320PM T303

SADHAN, A

101 LAB MW

0330-0520PM T303

SADHAN, A

3.0

3.0

PHOTO 076 - PHOTOSHOP 1 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Beginning Photoshop: a comprehensive overview of digital imaging tools and techniques.

Jan 28 to May 24

68987 101 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM GE121

MOK, C

MATERIAL FEE: $25.00

68988 102 LEC MW

1215-0135PM GE121

MOK, C

Class Start & End Dates:

68989 103 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM GE103

GRUDZEN, G

 68990 104 LEC T

0615-0920PM GE121

LIEM, H

 68991 105 LEC W

0615-0920PM GE121

LIEM, H

Jan 28 to May 24

69000 101 LEC TTH

1045-1135AM T303

SADHAN, A

101 LAB TTH

1145-0135PM T303

SADHAN, A

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

PHOTO 077 - PHOTOSHOP 2 Prerequisite: PHOTO 076 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Continued study in digital image processing for fine art and commercial applications using Photoshop. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

0230-0320PM T303

SADHAN, A

101 LAB MW

0330-0520PM T303

SADHAN, A

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Independent study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines.

112

Jan 28 to May 24

68179 101 LEC T

1045-0150PM S207

SUKUTA, S

1045-0150PM S207

SUKUTA, S

 68181 102 LEC T

0615-0920PM S207

SANDLER, M

0615-0920PM S207

SANDLER, M

102 LAB TH

Prerequisite: MATH 072 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The first of four calculus-based general physics courses.

URRUTIA, R

Physical Education +0.5 - 2.0

PED 094 - INDIVIDUALIZED SKILLS LABORATORY Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Transferable individualized instruction designed to enrich or broaden students' experiences.

0915-1105AM S206

MOHEBI, M

101 LAB MW

1115-1235PM S206

MOHEBI, M

 68183 102 LEC MW

0615-0805PM S206

BUNGE, M

0815-0935PM S206

BUNGE, M

102 LAB MW

STAGNARO, D FLYNN, D

Physics

Class Start & End Dates:

4.0

PHYS 002A - GENERAL PHYSICS Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Non-calculus, one-semester course in physics with laboratory, covering mechanics and thermodynamics.

101 LAB M 68176 102 LEC MW 102 LAB W  68178 103 LEC T 

52

103 LAB TH

Jan 28 to May 24

68184 101 LEC MW

1045-1235PM S207

FRODYMA, M

101 LAB MW

1245-0205PM S207

FRODYMA, M

5.0

PHYS 004C - GENERAL PHYSICS

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0135PM S204

PRABHAKARAN,

0145-0450PM S206

PRABHAKARAN,

1215-0135PM S204

PRABHAKARAN,

0145-0450PM S206

PRABHAKARAN,

0615-0920PM S206

LE, M

0615-0920PM S206

5.0

Prerequisite: PHYS 004A and MATH 073 both with C or better Corequisite: or concurrent enrollment in MATH 073 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None One of three calculus-based physics courses to apply and extend concepts developed in PHYS 004A.

Jan 3 to Jan 24

69125 102 LAB

68174 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

68182 101 LEC MW

PHYS 004B - GENERAL PHYSICS

69124 101 LAB

Class Start & End Dates:

5.0

PHYS 004A - GENERAL PHYSICS

Class Start & End Dates:

INTERSESSION

Units

4.0

Class Start & End Dates:

101 LAB TH

+0.5 - 9.0

PHOTO 098 - DIRECTED STUDY

Jan 28 to May 24

Instructor

Prerequisite: PHYS 002A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 Non-calculus based physics, with lab, covering electrodynamics, optics, and modern physics.

69001 101 LEC MW

69002 101 BY ARRG

Room

PHYS 002B - GENERAL PHYSICS

Jan 28 to May 24

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

LE, M

Prerequisite: PHYS 004A and MATH 073 both with C or better Corequisite: or concurrent enrollment in MATH 073 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None One of three calculus-based physics courses to apply and extend concepts developed in PHYS 004A. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68185 101 LEC MW

0615-0805PM S207

LATSHAW, G

0815-0935PM S207

LATSHAW, G

101 LAB MW

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Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Political Science

Time

Room

3.0

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

Jan 28 to Mar 22

68878 108 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students

1045-1205PM B209

HERRINGTON, L

68866 102 LEC W

0145-0450PM B201

HERRINGTON, L

 68867 103 LEC W

0615-0920PM B204

STAFF

 68868 104 LEC M

must attend the mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday, January 30 from 6:00-7:00 pm in

0615-0920PM B201

NOORI, A

room B209.

68869 105 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0115-0520PM GE207

YANCEY, D

3.0

POLSC 004 - INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces students to the study of world politics. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68870 101 LEC M

0145-0450PM B201

3.0

0745-0905AM GE123

PRICE, B

68872 102 LEC MW

0915-1035AM B201

PRICE, B

68873 103 LEC MW

1045-1205PM B201

KAZMI, N

68874 104 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM B201

STAFF

1215-0135PM B201

STAFF

68875 105 LEC TTH  68876 106 LEC T

0615-0920PM B201

JACKLER, F

 68877 107 LEC TH

0615-0920PM B201

JACKLER, F

Class Start & End Dates:

Mar 26 to May 24 CONROY, M

must attend the mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday, January 30 from 6:00-7:00 pm in room B209.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to international law and human rights in major world regions.

INTERSESSION 69349 110 LEC MTWTH  69350 111 LEC MTWTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0600-0905PM B102

Jan 28 to May 24

68871 101 LEC MW

69238 109 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students

NOORI, A

POLSC 005 - INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

 69239 101 LEC W

CONROY, M

CRAWFORD, P

be taught online.

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

PSYCH 010 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

68865 101 LEC MW

69348 106 LEC MTWTH

Units

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the major theories, areas of study, and methodologies of contemporary psychology.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A course in national, state, and local government.

INTERSESSION

Instructor

Psychology

POLSC 001 - POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA

Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

CRAWFORD, P

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM B208

COHEN, H

0600-1005PM GE123

DENOS, C

3.0

PSYCH 012 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Recommended: PSYCH-010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another. Class Start & End Dates: 68879 101 LEC T  68880 102 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0320PM GE123

POTTERTON, J

0600-0905PM B204

STAFF

PSYCH 020 - THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STRESS REDUCTION

3.0

Recommended: Completion of PSYCH 010 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A comprehensive introduction to the psychology of stress reduction. Class Start & End Dates:  68882 102 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0600-0905PM GE123

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

PSYCH 035 - INTRODUCTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN

0915-1035AM GE123

GUTIERREZ, S

68884 102 LEC MW

1045-1205PM GE123

GUTIERREZ, S

68885 103 LEC M

1215-0320PM GE123

GUTIERREZ, S

 68886 104 LEC M

0600-0905PM GE123

GUTIERREZ, S

STAFF

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the study of human development from birth through death> Jan 28 to Mar 22 CONROY, M

KAZMI, N

68889 102 LEC MW

1215-0135PM B201

KAZMI, N

68890 103 LEC TTH

0145-0305PM B201

MATTIOLI, M

0615-0920PM B201

JACKLER, F

CONROY, M

STAFF

68507 102 LEC TTH

0830-1020AM B206

HUNTER, C

68508 103 LEC TTH

1045-1235PM GE115

HUNTER, C

68512 101 LEC MW

room B209. Jan 3 to Jan 24

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-1205PM T309

CRUZ-JOHNSON,

0615-0805PM B203

STAFF

*4.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-1050AM GE115

STAFF CRUZ-JOHNSON,

be taught online.

GUTIERREZ, S

+3.0

Recommended: Completion of PSYCH 010 recommended Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Application of psychological principles to the diagnosis of abnormal behavior.

68894 101 LEC W

VASQUEZ, L

1215-0205PM GE117

0915-1105AM GE113 68513 102 HYB T This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

PSYCH 099 - ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

54

0830-1020AM B206

Class Start & End Dates:

on Tuesday, January 29 from 6:00-7:00 pm in

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68506 101 LEC MW

Prerequisite: 3 units of (ENGL 321 and ENGL 341) or 6 units of READ 350 or (ESL 312 and ESL 313); all with P grade or placement based on assessment Active reading of text and fiction for vocabulary growth and comprehension.

Mar 26 to May 24

0900-0105PM GE121

4.0

READ 301 - ESSENTIALS OF READING

must attend the mandatory orientation meeting

69351 107 LEC MTWTH

Class Start & End Dates:

68510 105 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM B102

INTERSESSION

GUTIERREZ, S

Reading

 68511 106 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24

68893 106 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0130-0535PM GE121

enroll.

68888 101 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

GUTIERREZ, S

call (408) 298-2181 ext. 3653 or see the Umoja counselor in Student Center, room SC216I to

room B209

 68891 104 LEC W

1045-1205PM GE123

1045-1235PM B206 68509 104 LEC MW #68509 is an Umoja Program class. Students must

on Tuesday, January 29 from 6:00-7:00 pm in

Class Start & End Dates:

GUTIERREZ, S

68896 102 LEC TTH

Prerequisite: 4 units of (READ 301 or ENGL 322)and (ENGL 330 or ENGL 335) all with P grade or placement based on assessment Analytical reading of text and fiction for vocabulary growth, comprehension, and research.

Jan 28 to May 24

68892 105 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid/mostly online class. Students must attend the mandatory orientation meeting

Jan 28 to May 24

READ 101 - ANALYTICAL READING

PSYCH 092 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

3.0

0915-1035AM GE123

69352 103 LEC MTWTH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to issues related to personal growth and adjustment.

1215-0320PM GE123

Instructor

68895 101 LEC TTH

INTERSESSION

3.0

PSYCH 060 - PERSONAL GROWTH AND ADJUSTMENT

68887 101 LEC TH

Room

PSYCH 100 - HUMAN SEXUALITY

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68883 101 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the function and diversity of human sexual behavior.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A study of sex, gender development, and issues significant to a woman's well-being. Class Start & End Dates:

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

68514 103 LEC MW

0940-1130AM GE111

STAFF

68515 104 LEC TTH

0900-1050AM B203

ALBAN, J

68516 105 LEC TTH

1115-0105PM B203

ALBAN, J

68517 106 LEC TTH

1215-0205PM B106

MCGUIRE, B

 68518 107 LEC MW

0615-0805PM B206

FARAVASHI, S

68519 108 LEC MW

1215-0205PM B203

CRUZ-JOHNSON,

COOK, M

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

*6.0

READ 350 - PRACTICAL READING Open Curriculum: Students must take a reading placement test prior to the first day of class The course includes vocabulary, comprehension, and related writing and study skills. Class Start & End Dates: 68520 101 LEC MW

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

*0.5

SL 001AL - SIGN LANGUAGE LAB - SIGN LANGUAGE 1A Corequisite: SL 001A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language/Humanities Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SL 001A.

Jan 28 to May 24 0900-1205PM B203

Class Start & End Dates:

CRUZ-JOHNSON,

Jan 28 to May 24

68521 102 LEC TTH

0900-1205PM B106

MCGUIRE, B

68529 101 LAB

GE209B CHEUNG, M

68522 103 LEC MW

1215-0320PM GE113

FARAVASHI, S

68530 102 LAB

GE209B BLAIR, R

68523 104 LEC TTH

1215-0320PM B206

VASQUEZ, L

68531 103 LAB

GE209B BLAIR, R

 68524 105 LEC TTH

0530-0835PM B206

VASQUEZ, L

69329 104 LAB

GE209B STAFF

3.0

SL 001B - INTERMEDIATE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Real Estate +3.0

REST 122 - PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Overview of principles, economics and processes of property ownership and transfer. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68771 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Units

BLACK, J

Prerequisite: SL 001A with C or better, or two years of High School ASL, or the equivalent Corequisite: SL 001BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate ASL sign skills, vocabulary, grammar, conversational strategies and Deaf culture. Class Start & End Dates: 68533 101 LEC MW

be taught online. Orientation is mandatory for this Internet Hybrid class:

Jan 28 to May 24 0915-1035AM GE209C BLAIR, R

 68534 102 LEC MW 0300-0420PM LND Class is held at Leland High School located

Monday, January 28, 2013 at 6:00 pm in room T424.

LOVE, C

at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120.

+3.0

REST 125 - REAL ESTATE PRACTICE Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Learn to use forms and follow the procedures involved in a typical real estate transaction. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

0600-0905PM GE209C LOVE, C

SL 001BL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB - SIGN LANGUAGE 1B

BLACK, J

Monday, January 28, 2013 at 6:00 pm in room T424.

Class Start & End Dates:

Sign Language

Jan 28 to May 24

68537 101 LAB

See other Languages under Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

SL 001A - INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Corequisite: SL 001AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Beginning ASL sign skills, vocabulary, grammar, and Deaf culture. Jan 28 to May 24

3.0

GE209B BLAIR, R

68538 102 LAB

GE209B LOVE, C

68539 103 LAB

GE209B RAWSON, D

68540 104 LAB

GE209B LOVE, C

SL 002A - ADVANCED AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

0915-1220PM GE209C CHEUNG, M

68526 102 LEC TTH

0915-1035AM GE209C BLAIR, R

68527 103 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM GE209C BLAIR, R

Class Start & End Dates:

0615-0920PM GE209C CHEUNG, M

 68541 101 LEC T

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE209C BLAIR, R

See http://www.sjcc.edu/schedule for the latest class schedule information. EVENING CLASS

3.0

Prerequisite: SL 001B with C or better, or equivalent Corequisite: SL 002AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Expand fluency in conversational skills, ASL vocabulary, grammar and Deaf culture.

68525 101 LEC F

*0.5

Corequisite: SL 001B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language/Humanities Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SL 001B.

be taught online. Orientation is mandatory for this Internet Hybrid class:

 68528 104 LEC TH

RAWSON, D

at 6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, 95120.  68536 104 LEC W

68772 101 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will

Class Start & End Dates:

 68535 103 LEC TTH 0300-0420PM LND Class is held at Leland High School located

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

SL 002AL - SIGN LANGUAGE LAB - SIGN LANGUAGE 2A

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

*0.5

SSCI 040 - VIETNAMESE AMERICAN CULTURE

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68542 101 LAB

GE209B BLAIR, R

3.0

SL 002B - ADVANCED AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Prerequisite: SL 002A with C or better Corequisite: SL 002BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Advanced fluency in conversational skills, non manual behaviors and Deaf culture. Class Start & End Dates:

1045-1205PM GE103

DEL BUONO, M

68905 102 LEC MW

0915-1035AM GE103

DEL BUONO, M

Sociology

*0.5

1215-0135PM B102

WHITE, K

68898 102 LEC TTH

1215-0135PM B204

SCHULTER, D

0615-0920PM B204

DEL BUONO, B

 68899 103 LEC M INTERSESSION

Class Start & End Dates:

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of social problems and sociological perspectives analyzing contemporary social issues.

69353 104 LEC MTWTH

Jan 28 to May 24 GE209B BLAIR, R

3.0

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A cultural overview of the American deaf community and its language.

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 1045-1205PM GE209C BLAIR, R

68900 101 LEC MW

0745-0905AM GE121

68901 102 LEC TTH

1045-1205PM B204

INTERSESSION 69371 104 LEC MTWTH

Additional Ethnic Studies classes are found under the Ethnic Studies heading and one listing under Sign Language - SL 015, Deaf Culture.

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None An investigation of current political and socioeconomic issues facing Mexican American communities in the U.S.

DEL BUONO, B SCHULTER, D CRAWFORD, P

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0100-0505PM B206

DEL BUONO, B

4.0

SOLAR 102 - INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOVOLTAIC INSTALLATION Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to solar power systems, components, design, safety and installation. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24 STAFF

 69167 101 LEC TH 101 LAB S

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3.0

Solar 3.0

SSCI 031 - CONTEMPORY ISSUES IN THE MEXICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

0600-0905PM GE223

CRAWFORD, P

Jan 28 to May 24

68902 103 ONLINE/HYBRID This is a hybrid class. Part of the class will be taught online.

Social Science

 68903 101 LEC M

Jan 3 to Jan 24 0900-0105PM GE127

SOC 011 - SOCIAL PROBLEMS

SL 015 - DEAF CULTURE

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68897 101 LEC MW

Corequisite: SL 002B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language/Humanities Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SL 002B.

68545 101 LEC TTH

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24

68904 101 LEC TTH

Class Start & End Dates:

SL 002BL - SIGN LANGUAGE LAB - SIGN LANGUAGE 2B

Class Start & End Dates:

Units

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of the principles & basic concepts of sociology.

0615-0920PM GE209C BLAIR, R

68544 101 LAB

Instructor

SOC 010 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Jan 28 to May 24

 68543 101 LEC T

Room

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An interdisciplinary exploration of Vietnamese adaptation to the cultures of the United States.

Corequisite: SL 002A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language/Humanities Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SL 002A. Class Start & End Dates:

Time

Jan 31 to May 4 0600-0950PM 209B

WELCH, M

0900-1250PM 209B

WELCH, M

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SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Spanish

SPAN 002AL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB SPANISH 2A

See other Foreign Languages under Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, and Sign Language.

Corequisite: SPAN 002A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SPAN 002A.

5.0

SPAN 001A - ELEMENTARY SPANISH Corequisite: SPAN 001AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Class Start & End Dates: 68546 101 LEC MW 68547 102 LEC MW  68548 103 LEC MW

Class Start & End Dates:

0915-1140AM GE117

GE209B GAMEZ, R

1215-0240PM GE115

STAFF

0615-0840PM B207

CABRERA, F

*0.5

Class Start & End Dates: 68558 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0240PM GE117

GE209B GAMEZ, R GE209B STAFF

68551 103 LAB

GE209B CABRERA, F

Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68559 101 LAB

GE209B GAMEZ, R

5.0

SPAN 001B - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

5.0

SPAN 022A - SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS

Prerequisite: SPAN 001A with C or better Corequisite: SPAN 001BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the language and culture of Introduction to the language and culture of Spanish-speaking communities.

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Reading, writing, and oral skills for students whose first or home language is Spanish. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

 68560 101 LEC TTH

68552 101 LEC TTH

0915-1140AM GE117

GAMEZ, R

 68553 102 LEC TTH

0615-0840PM GE117

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0855PM GE205

STAFF

5.0

SPAN 022B - SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS *0.5

SPAN 001BL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB SPANISH 1B Corequisite: SPAN 001B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SPAN 001B.

Prerequisite: SPAN 022A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Reading, writing and oral skills for students whose first or home language is Spanish. Class Start & End Dates:  68561 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0630-0855PM GE205

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24

68554 101 LAB

GE209B GAMEZ, R

SPAN 091A - CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH

68555 102 LAB

GE209B STAFF

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Essentials of everyday Spanish conversation. 5.0

SPAN 002A - INTERMEDIATE SPANISH Prerequisite: SPAN 001B with C or better Corequisite: SPAN 002AL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is a third semester Spanish class.

68556 101 LEC MW

*0.5

Corequisite: SPAN 002B Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SPAN 002B.

Jan 28 to May 24

68550 102 LAB

Class Start & End Dates:

GAMEZ, R

SPAN 002BL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB SPANISH 2B

68549 101 LAB

Class Start & End Dates:

5.0

Prerequisite: SPAN 002A with C or better Corequisite: SPAN 002BL Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is a fourth semester Spanish class.

GAMEZ, R

Corequisite: SPAN 001A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The Foreign Language Laboratory supplements classroom instruction for SPAN 001A.

Class Start & End Dates:

*0.5

SPAN 002B - INTENSIVE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH

Jan 28 to May 24

Units

Jan 28 to May 24

68557 101 LAB

SPAN 001AL - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB SPANISH 1A

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Class Start & End Dates:  68562 101 LEC M

3.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE117

STAFF

Jan 28 to May 24 1215-0240PM GE117

GAMEZ, R

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Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

3.0

SPAN 091B - CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Prerequisite: SPAN 091A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Essentials of everyday Spanish conversation. Class Start & End Dates:  68563 101 LEC M

Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Acting skills for performance and public presentations.

 68564 101 LEC TTH

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0840PM GE203

MENDOZA, D

101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM D101

MENDOZA, D

Class Start & End Dates:

3.0

THEAT 003 - INTERMEDIATE ACTING

 68565 101 LEC MW

Jan 28 to May 24

69004 101 LEC MW

0815-0905AM D101

MENDOZA, D

101 LAB MW

0915-1035AM D101

MENDOZA, D

3.0

THEAT 020 - INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introductory study of theaters, plays, performances and stagecraft. Jan 28 to May 24 MENDOZA, D

3.0

THEAT 040 - INTRODUCTION TO FILM Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None View films, learn to understand how and why they are made, and express your opinion of them. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

69006 101 LEC F

0900-1125AM D101

101 LAB F

1135-1255PM D101

MENDOZA, D

 69007 102 LEC W

0600-0825PM D101

MENDOZA, D

0835-0955PM D101

MENDOZA, D

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5.0

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0840PM GE203

Prerequisite: THEAT 002 with C or better Students practice intermediate acting techniques in modern and classical scenes.

102 LAB W

PHAM, S

Prerequisite: VIET 001A with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Second semester of Vietnamese language, culture and history.

Jan 28 to May 24 0815-0905AM D101

0915-1035AM D101

5.0

VIET 001B - ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE

69003 101 LEC MW

69005 101 LEC TTH

Units

Vietnamese

Class Start & End Dates:

Class Start & End Dates:

Instructor

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None First semester of Vietnamese language, culture and history.

3.0

THEAT 002 - BEGINNING ACTING

Class Start & End Dates:

Room

VIET 001A - ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE STAFF

Theatre Arts

Class Start & End Dates:

Time

See other Foreign Languages under Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Sign Language, and Spanish.

Jan 28 to May 24 0615-0920PM GE117

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

MENDOZA, D

SPRING 2013 * San José City College * 408-298-2181 * www.sjcc.edu

PHAM, S


SPRING 2013 Course No. Title Reg ID#

Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Course No. Title Reg ID# Days

Time

Room

Instructor

Units

Work Experience The Work Experience Program allows working students the opportunity to earn college credit for the time and effort that they spend at work to improve their job skills and job performance. Students will soon learn that setting goals and writing job-related learning objectives can link what they learn in the classroom to what they learn at work. In the Work Experience Program, no classroom time is required. Your workplace is your classroom. General Work Experience     

Students must fill out a new application each semester that they are enrolled in Work Experience (Go to the Work Experience Website to find the WE application to email or download.) General Work Experience is repeatable to a maximum of six (6) units. Students must work 5 hours weekly of paid employment for each unit of credit. Students must work 4 hours weekly of volunteer employment for each unit of credit. Program Details - http://sjcc.edu/Acad/Special/we.html

Additional Information - See the Work Experience website or contact the Work Experience Office at (408) 298-2181 ext. 3817

+1.0 - 6.0

WE 088A - GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE 1. Need not be enrolled in any other class during the semester besides Work Experience. 2. Must be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Each unit requires 75 paid or 60 unpaid hours of work. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills. Class Start & End Dates:

Jan 28 to May 24

68691 101 BY ARRG

308-A

CASTANEDA, S

68692 102 BY ARRG

308-A

SPACE, P

69297 103 BY ARRG

308-A

HALLIWELL, M

69298 104 BY ARRG

308-A

BECK, D

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San Jose City College - Schedule of Classes - Spring 2013  

San Jose City College - Schedule of Classes - Spring 2013