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Introducing Four New Certificate Programs... Massage Therapy Technician

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ou can be certified to meet the increasing demand for massage therapists and body workers in just two semesters! The required courses for the certificate meet the local licensing requirements for Massage Therapy Technicians (100 hours). MiraCosta’s program is based on a medical model which requires comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, pathology, physiology and medical terminology. It is designed to give students the necessary theoretical background and practical experience to succeed in the industry. Required c ou rses:

HEAL 110 HEAL 210 NURS 151 HEAL 215 BIO 190

Therapeutic Massage I: First 8 weeks, Fall 2008 Therapeutic Massage II: Second 8 weeks, Fall 2008 Body Systems Survey for Health Professionals—Fall or Spring Massage Clinical Practicum: Spring 2009 Survey of Human Musculoskeletal System: Spring 2009

Yoga

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n just three semesters, you can meet the licensing requirements for the Allied Yoga Registry and go on to become nationally licensed. This certificate is designed to meet the increasing demand for trained yoga teachers. MiraCosta’s program is comprehensive — students will study anatomy and physiology, will learn both English and Sanskrit terminology and will gain practical experience learning and teaching yoga postures. Graduates can expect to find employment in health clubs, spas, yoga studios, hospitals, and other venues in the health and fitness industry. Required Courses:

KINE 145 KINE 152 NURS 151 BUS 130 KINE 147 KINE 149

Business of Music

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f you love music, consider a career “behind the scenes” in the music industry. This program prepares students for exciting careers in music management, retail, manufacturing and distribution. Learn about business law, entrepreneurship, and management as they pertain to the music industry. Students interested in the business of music might also be interested in pursuing a transfer program for such schools as University of Southern California and Cal State Northridge. Required Cou rses:

MUS 286 MUS 287

Business of Music I Business of Music II

Select 13 unit s from:

MUS 115 MUS 116 MUS 117 MUS 118 BUS 130 BUS 131 BUS 136 BUS 140 BUS 170 BUS 171 MUS 299

Introduction to Music (3 units) A Survey of World Music (3 units) Music Appreciation (3 units) Music Appreciation (3 units) Small Business Management (3 units) Management Principles (3 units) Human Relations in Business (3 units) Legal Environment of Business (3 units) Entrepreneur I (1.5 units) Entrepreneur II (1.5 units) Co-op Work Experience—Occupational (variable 1–4 units)

Yoga Essentials—Fall 2008 Yoga—Fall 2008 Body Systems Survey for Health Professionals—Fall or Spring Small Business Management—Fall 2008 or Fall 2009 Yoga Core—Spring 2009 Yoga Mastery—Fall 2009

Radiation Protection Technician

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adiation Protection Technician certification prepares students to enter the fields of nuclear energy, clinical patient care, and research. Courses provide both a theoretical background and practical hands-on training. MiraCosta’s program is part of a national curriculum endorsed by the industry. The U.S. Department of Labor has identified nuclear energy as one of the top ten high technology/high wage/high growth industries. Trained technicians in radiation protection are in high demand! Required Courses: (47– 50 unit s)

RPT 103 RPT 113 RPT 223 RPT 233 RPT 243 RPT 253 RPT 299 CHEM 100 COMM 101 ENGL 100 MATH 125 MATH 130 PHYS 111 PHYS 112

Radiation Fundamentals Radiation Monitoring Radiation Dosimetry Radioactive Materials Handling Radiological Safety and Response Radiation Protection Co-op Work Experience—Occupational Introductory Chemistry Oral Communication Composition and Reading College Algebra Trigonometry Introductory Physics I Introductory Physics II


Fall 2008 at MiraCosta College

The new 3700 Building houses the Career and Transfer Centers and Counseling. Mark your calendar for an Open House and the first annual Career and Major Fair—October 30.

We’re still growing…

Last year students navigated construction projects on both the San Elijo and Oceanside Campuses but are now enjoying three brand new buildings. At Oceanside, the Career, Counseling and Transfer Building opened for business in spring along with the new Art and Music Building in the Creative Arts Complex. Students at the San Elijo Campus also began using the newly remodeled and expanded Student Center at the beginning of spring semester. This year art and music students at Oceanside will once again be impacted by construction as two new buildings are being added to the Creative Arts Complex. West of the new building and behind the theatre is the site of a new performance space for the music department. A new concert hall will provide a much-needed venue for the college’s many performance groups. On the other side of the complex, a new building is being constructed to house art history and new-genre art classes. Affecting all students at Oceanside will be the remodel of Building 3300 on the west side of campus. Admissions and Records and Health Services will move out of the building during the remodel, and will be located in temporary buildings for the 2008–2009 academic year. Admissions and Records will be in T100 and T110 near the Administration Building, and Health Services will be in T440 near the Wellness Center. We apologize for the inconvenience to students during construction but having these great new buildings is well worth it!

Important Information for Fall Priority enrollment for continuing MiraCosta students and new students who have completed testing, orientation and advisement begins............... June 25 Open enrollment begins.................................................................................... July 21 Fall semester classes begin the week of.................................................... August 25 Late-start classes begin the week of...................................................... September 8 Complete enrollment information, dates and deadlines................................ Page 16 Enroll online with SURF.................................................................................... Page 19

For the best selection of classes enroll early!

Apply and enroll online at www.miracosta.edu or call us at (760) 757-2121.

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Contents Academic Advisement...........................9–10 Academic Department Directory................ 5 Admissions Information.............................. 3 Application for Admission........................A-1 Auditing Classes........................................17 Bookstore/Supplies ..................................11 Certificate Programs . .............................. 12 College Calendar, Fall 2008........................ 3 Course Listings—How to Read................ 22 Courses All Courses........................................... 23 San Elijo................................................ 86 Online..................................................100 Late-Start............................................102 Dates and Deadlines................................ 111 Disability Accommodation.......................... 7 Enrollment Information............................. 16 Equal Opportunity Policy............................. 7 Fee Waiver Application............................ A-7 Fees............................................................ 6 Finals Schedule........................................105 Financial Aid.........................................8, A-6 Honors Scholar Program........................... 25 Locations, College and Off-Campus........112 Majors at MiraCosta................................A-4 Maps............................... Inside Back Cover Matriculation............................................... 9 Orientation.................................................10 Prerequisites and Corequisites Regulations...........................................17 Requisite Review Form.......................A-5 Residency Requirements........................A-4 Student ID Card.......................................... 6 Student Services Directory......................... 4 SURF Online Enrollment Information........19 Testing........................................................ 9 Transfer to Colleges and Universities CSU & IGETC................................. 14–15 Work Experience...................................... 85

Accreditation

MiraCosta College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). The University of California, California State Universities and private universities of high rank give credit for transfer courses completed at MiraCosta College. Next accreditation evaluation is 2010. www.miracosta.edu • (760) 757-2121

Enrollment

Welcome to Fall Semester at MiraCosta College!


Enrollment

Steps to Successful Enrollment

Welcome New Students!

Get your college career off to a good start by following these steps: 1. Apply for Admission

7. Clear All Requisites

Complete the Credit Class Application online at www.miracosta.edu. The application can also be found on page A-1 in the center of this booklet. Mail or bring the completed paper application to the Admis- sions and Records Office at either the Oceanside or San Elijo campus.

2. Get a College Catalog

The MiraCosta College Catalog is your most complete source of information about the college. It includes requirements for degrees, certificates and transfer as well as a description of every course offered by the college. Purchase the catalog at the bookstore, receive one free by attending orientation/advisement or view the online catalog at www.miracosta.edu.

8. Enroll in Classes and Pay Fees

3. Apply for Financial Aid

Some courses require a prerequisite or corequisite (a class taken at the same time). If you completed a prerequisite or are taking a corequisite at another school, you will need to clear it with Admissions and Records before enrolling in the class. Submit a transcript and a requisite review form (page A-5) for all prerequisites and corequisites that were completed at another school. This includes course work currently in progress. Allow at least three business days for Admissions and Records to evaluate your course work or acceptable tests prior to enrolling. See Regulations on Requisites on page 17.

If you need financial assistance to help pay for enrollment fees and books, visit the Financial Aid Office in Building 3000 on the Oceanside Campus. See pages 8 and A-6 (in the center of this booklet) for information about financial aid.

You may enroll in classes and pay fees using the SURF online enrollment system. Fees must be paid at the time of enrollment using a Visa or MasterCard. For complete SURF information, see pages 19–21. Students not wishing to enroll online may enroll in person at the Admissions and Records Office and pay fees with Visa, MasterCard, check or cash.

4. Take the Placement Tests

9. Buy Your Books

The English and math tests help place you in classes where you are most likely to succeed. Students new to college must take the placement tests before they will be allowed to enroll in English or math classes. No reservations are required for the tests. See page 9 for details.

5. Attend Orientation—In Person or Online

Orientation gives you planning tools you’ll need to succeed at MiraCosta College. Orientation sessions present important information about college programs, requirements and services. No reservations are required. See page 10 for orientation dates and times or for information about completing orientation online.

10. Attend Class

6. Attend Academic Advisement

Counselors provide pre-enrollment advisement for all new students through group sessions. To attend a session, you must first complete English and math testing and orientation. A reservation is required for advisement. See page 10 for advisement dates and times and then call (760) 795-6685 for an appointment. For other counseling information and appointments, call (760) 795-6670.

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You can purchase textbooks in the Spartan Bookstore at either campus or online at www.efollett.com. Textbooks for classes are often more expensive than the enrollment fee. Students are encouraged to participate in the bookstore’s used book and book buy-back program. If you need assistance paying for books, visit the Financial Aid Office in Building 3000 on the Oceanside Campus to determine your eligibility for financial aid, book grants or book loans. See pages 8 and A-6 (in the center of this booklet) for information about financial aid.



You must attend and be on time for the first class meeting. If you do not attend the first class on time, the instructor may drop you from the class to make room for a student who wishes to “crash” the class.

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College Calendar

You may attend MiraCosta College if you are: a. 18 years or older, or b. a high school graduate or equivalent, or c. currently attending high school as a sophomore, junior or senior with a Concurrent Enrollment Permit signed by your high school principal and parent.

Applying for Admission 1. Complete the Credit Class Application at www.miracosta.edu. The online application is available in both English and Spanish. or 2. Complete the application found on page A-1 in the center of this booklet. Mail or bring the completed application to either location: MiraCosta College Admissions and Records Office Building T110, Sta. 10A 1 Barnard Drive Oceanside, CA 92056

or MiraCosta College San Elijo Campus Admissions and Records Office, Sta. 17B Administration Building 3333 Manchester Avenue Cardiff, CA 92007

Deadline to Submit Application Online or by Mail: August 22 Online applications require two-three business days to process. Once processed, students will be directed to obtain their student ID and password by accessing SURF, the online enrollment system. See next page for enrollment schedule and page 19 for SURF directions.

International Student Admission International students (F-1 visa) must apply for admission at the International Student Office, Room 3444, Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6897.

Students or community members with verified disabilities are entitled to appropriate accommodations. A variety of alternative formats are readily available; others may require additional time. For specific details, contact the Disabled Students Programs and Services Office, (760) 795-6658.

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College Calendar—Fall 2008 Deadlines listed below are for full-length fall semester classes. For late-start, self-paced and mid-semester class deadlines, see the chart on page 111. June June 25, 2008 (Wednesday).....................................................................SURF enrollment begins. See SURF enrollment priority, page 16. Class start and end dates are shown in the class listings. Check the deadline grid on page 111 for additional information on deadlines including refund dates. August August 25.................................................................................................. First day of fall classes August 25-30......................................................................................................... Late enrollment Students may add/enroll in open classes or with the instructor’s permission in closed classes during late enrollment. S eptember September 1 (Monday)................................................Labor Day (Legal Holiday), college closed September 6 (Saturday)............................................ Final add deadline with instructor consent. Financial aid add/drop unit lock-in deadline. Last day to DROP classes and be eligible for a refund. Last day to DROP classes with no grade placed on permanent record. At the instructor’s discretion, a student may add/enroll through the end of the second week of class. During the second week, enrollment must be completed in person at the Admissions and Records Office and will require an add card signed by the instructor. September 26 (Friday)...............................Last day to file petition for degree/certificate for fall. Last day to petition for pass/no pass grading option. Last day to to file petition for Directed Studies. October October 3 (Friday)....................................................... Last day to file petition for Credit by Exam November November 10 (Monday)..........................................Veterans Day (Legal Holiday), college closed November 20 (Thursday)............................ Last day to DROP classes with option of “W” grade (unless an instructor has set an earlier date) November 27-30.............................................................................Thanksgiving; college closed DECEM ber December 13 –19............................................................................................Final examinations December 19 (Friday)......................................................................................Fall semester ends December 24–January 1.......................................... College closed. Offices reopen January 2



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Enrollment

Who Can Attend MiraCosta College?


Department Directory Enrollment

Student Services Directory Oceanside Campus The following offices may be contacted by calling (760) 757-2121 and the extensions listed below. OFFICE BLDG. EXT.

Admissions and Records Enroll, add, drop classes; request official transcript.......................................................................... T110

Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (See page 16 for late enrollment hours.) Campus Police Pick up parking decal; Lost & Found; safety concerns.......................................................................................1100 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 a.m.–11 p.m.; Sat. 7 a.m.–3 p.m. Career Center Career counseling; student employment; internships........................................................................................... 3700 Child Development Center Preschool/child care program.......................................................................................................... 8000 Counseling Walk-in academic counseling; counseling appointments......................................................................................... 3700 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Disabled Students Programs Services for students with disabilities TTY (760) 795-6707; TTY message phone (760) 439-1060................................................................................................. 3000 ADA Coordinator Joe Mazza................................................................................................................................................. 1000 EOPS/CalWORKs Services for financially/educationally disadvantaged students...................................................................... 3000 Financial Aid Apply for BOG fee waiver; other financial aid; Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m......... 3000 Health Services Registered nurse on duty handles a variety of student health needs................................................................. T440 International Students Support services for students on F-1/M-1 visas..................................................................................... 3400 Library For current hours, call ext. 6717 or check www.miracosta.edu/library........................................................................... 1200 Scholarship Office Apply for scholarships.................................................................................................................................. 3000 School Relations/Diversity Recruitment Information for prospective students........................................................................ 3400 Service Learning Community service opportunities for students................................................................................................ 3400 Student Accounts Pay fees; clear delinquent accounts............................................................................................................... 3200 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (See page 16 for late enrollment hours.) Student Activities Pick up photo ID card; student government, clubs; . .................................................................................... 3400 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Testing English and math placement tests; reservations for advisement..................................................................................... 3000 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (See page 9 for testing times.) Academic Proctoring Center: Call for information and schedule.......................................................................................... T430 Tutoring/Academic Support Center Free individual and group tutoring................................................................................... 1200 University Transfer Center Advising and resources for students intending to transfer to a four-year college or university....... 3700 Veterans Support services for veterans........................................................................................................................................ T110

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Student Services Administrators Vice President, Student Services Dick Robertson .................................................................................................................... 3400 Dean, Admissions, Assessment and Student Aid Gilbert Hermosillo...................................................................................... 3000 Dean, Counseling & Special Services Martin Spring................................................................................................................. 3700

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San Elijo Campus The following services are available at the San Elijo Campus. For all other student services, please contact the Oceanside office listed above. The following offices may be contacted by calling (760) 944-4449 and the extensions listed below: OFFICE BLDG. EXT.

Admissions and Records Enroll, add, drop classes; request official transcript......................................................... Administration Student Accounts Pay fees; clear delinquent accounts.............................................................................................. Administration Campus Police Pick up parking decal; Lost & Found; safety concerns..................................................................................... Kiosk Counseling Walk-in academic counseling; counseling appointments........................................................................ Administration Health Services Registered nurse handles a variety of student health needs........................................................... Student Center Library For current hours, call ext. 6717 or check www.miracosta.edu/library............................................................................. 100 Student Activities Pick up photo ID card; student government, clubs..................................................................... Student Center Testing English and math placement tests; reservations for advisement; see page 9 for testing times.......................................... 101

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Academic Proctoring Center: call for information and schedule

Tutoring/Academic Support Center Free individual and group tutoring..................................................................................... 100

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San Elijo Campus Administrators Provost Sally Foster.................................................................................................................................................... Administration Associate Dean, Student Services Alketa Wojcik.................................................................................................... Student Center MiraCosta College • Fall 2008



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Department Directory Academic Department Directory

DEPARTMENT/CHAIR MAIL STATION EXT.

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Art Anna O’Cain......................................................................................................................................................... 5A Behavioral Sciences Administration of Justice, Child Development, Gerontology, Psychology, Sociology Penny Skemp.......................................................................................................................................................... 16 Biological Sciences Biology, Biotechnology John Thomford.......................................................................................................................................................8C Business Accounting, Business Administration, Hospitality, Real Estate, Restaurant, Tourism Tom Severance....................................................................................................................................................... 21 Career Studies Career and Life Planning, Cooperative Work Experience Education, Internship Studies Donna Davis.......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Cisco Computer Networking Kathleen Laughlin....................................................................................................... 22 Communication Studies Neil Moura............................................................................................................................ 2 Computer and Information Sciences Business Office Technology, Computer and Information Science,

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Medical Administrative Professional Kathy Striebel......................................................................................................................................................... 21 Cosmetology Instruction Office.................................................................................................................................. 8A Counseling Mike Deaton............................................................................................................................................ 10C Counseling appointments..................................................................................................................................... 10C Education Mary Jennings-Smith................................................................................................................................ 10C Health Occupations Nursing, Pharmacology, Surgical Technology Sue Simpson..................................................... 25 Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition Health, Kinesiology Linda Shaffer.......................................................................................................................................................... 21 Horticulture, Architecture and Applied Technologies Architecture, Auto Technology, Drafting, Engineering, Horticulture Paul Clarke............................................................................................................................................................8C International Languages Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish Francisco Alvarez .................................................................................................................................................8C Letters English, ESL, Film, Humanities, Linguistics, Literature, Reading, Special Education Susan Herrmann...................................................................................................................................................... 1 Library Glorian Sipman................................................................................................................................................ 11 Mathematics Julie Harland........................................................................................................................................... 1 Media Arts Technology Jeff Uhlik................................................................................................................................ 21 Performing and Media Arts Dance, Drama, Music Eric Bishop............................................................................................................................................................ 5A Physical Sciences Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Oceanography, Physical Science, Physics Chris Metzler...................................................................................................................................................... 17A Social Science Anthropology, Asian Studies, Economics, Geography, History, Philosophy, Political Science Louisa Moon............................................................................................................................................................ 2

Dining on Campus The Oceanside Campus has a full-service cafeteria in the Student Center (Bldg. 3400) serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cafeteria hours are Monday–Thursday, 7 a.m.– 8:30 p.m., and Friday, 7 a.m.–1:30 p.m. The San Elijo Campus has a full-service cafeteria in the Student Center. Hours are Monday–Thursday, 7:45 a.m.–7 p.m. Both campuses have vending machines stocked with hot and cold beverages, candy, chips and other snack foods.

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Enrollment

The chair of each academic department may be reached by calling MiraCosta College at (760) 757-2121 or (760) 944-4449. Use the extensions below:


Enrollment

Fees: Information, Policies, Procedures Payment of Fees. Payment is due at the time

Student Center Fee—$10. MiraCosta

Textbook Costs. Students should plan to

of enrollment in classes. SURF will only accept VISA or MasterCard payment.

College students voted to assess a Student Center fee of $1 per credit unit but no more than $10 per fiscal year (summer 2008 to spring 2009) for those students enrolled in credit classes on the Oceanside or San Elijo Campus. Students on CalWORKs/TANF, SSI, or General Assistance are exempt from this fee.

spend approximately $150 per course where textbooks, workbooks, or other print materials are required. Full-time students (12 units or more) can spend $500 or more per semester for textbooks. See page 11 for bookstore hours.

To enroll online: You must pay online with VISA or MasterCard before signing out of SURF, or prepay in person at Student Accounts before enrolling on SURF. Prepayments will be accepted beginning June 23. To enroll in person: Go to the Admissions and Records Office at either campus on or after your enrollment priority date and time. Payment of all fees must be made immediately at the Student Accounts Office by cash, check, VISA or MasterCard at the time of enrollment.

Student Accounts is located in Bldg. 3200 on the Oceanside Campus and in the Administration Building on the San Elijo Campus. Enrollment Fee—$20 per unit for California residents. The enrollment fee is subject to the legislative process. If the California Legislature changes the fee after you have paid, you will be asked to pay any additional amount owed, or you will receive a refund as appropriate. Currently the state mandates a fee of $20 per unit. See fee assistance information, page A-6, for exemptions from this fee.

Tuition for Non-Residents—$181 per unit. Persons determined to be non-residents of the state of California must pay $181 per credit unit in addition to the current $20 per unit enrollment fee. International students are subject to non-resident tuition, and the enrollment fee, for a total of $201 per unit.

Residency Requirements. The residency rules as established by Title V of the California Code of Regulations require a one-year physical presence in the state of California prior to the first day of the term, combined with one year of evidence of intent and ability to establish residency in California. Students may be required to present evidence regarding their residency. Some exceptions and limitations to the residency requirement exist; consult the Admissions and Records Office. Students in noncredit classes will not be required to pay non-resident tuition.

Health Services Fee—$17. The statemandated health fee is collected to cover the cost of secondary student accident insurance and to help fund the operational expenses of the Health Services Center. For more information on services available to students, call (760) 795-6675. The following are exempt from paying the Health Services Fee: Students taking only online classes; students studying abroad; students in an approved apprenticeship training program; or students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing, in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination or organization. MiraCosta College • Fall 2008

Materials Fee. Some courses require a materials fee; see class listings.

Optional MCC Student ID Card—$6 (non-refundable once selected). The student ID card supports a variety of college services such as using computer and language labs, and writing checks in the college bookstore. A valid student ID card serves as the MCC library card, expediting access to the library circulating collection and academic reserve collections. Students without a valid MCC student ID card will be asked to provide proof of current semester registration along with a government-issued photo ID and proof of current address. MiraCosta College student ID cardholders also receive discounts at various North County businesses such as movie theatres. ID cards and replacements are issued at the Student Activities Offices on both campuses. One dollar of this fee supports the Chariot student newspaper. Students need to bring their receipt of purchase and a picture ID. Acceptable forms of ID are listed on the Student Activities web page.

Optional Parking Permit (non-refundable once selected). All vehicles not displaying a permit will be ticketed starting Sept. 8. Students may not park in staff spaces at any time. All vehicles parked in student lots on the Oceanside or San Elijo Campus Monday-Friday must display a student parking decal for the current semester. Parking permits are priced as follows: four-wheel vehicle—$35 (choice of hang tag or sticker); extra car, motorcycle, motor-driven two-wheel vehicle—$17.50 (sticker only; additional hang tag, $35). The vehicle license plate number is required for a parking permit. Parking permits may be purchased online at SURF or in person at the Student Accounts Office in Bldg. 3200 on the Oceanside Campus or the Administration Building at the San Elijo Campus. Parking permits may be picked up by presenting your receipt from SURF as proof of payment, picture ID and vehicle information (vehicle license plate/year/ make/model/color) at the Parking/Police Office on the Oceanside Campus or the Student Accounts Office. For information about parking on campus, call MiraCosta College Police, (760) 795-6674. Exceptions: Students enrolling only as auditors or in community education classes or who have a current California disabled placard are not required to pay parking fees. However, they must register their vehicles with Campus Police. The District accepts no responsibility for damage to vehicles parked on District property or for their contents. (Operation of Vehicles/Parking Board Policy VIII G 2)



Adding/Dropping Classes. Adding a class that increases the units of a student’s program requires immediate payment of fees. Adding and dropping classes for the same number of units before the refund deadline may be subject to additional course fees or Student Center fees. Refund Policy. State regulations allow refunds for students with program changes during the first two weeks of a full, semester-length course or by the 10 percent point of a short-term course. Refunds will be automatically mailed or credited to your credit card throughout the semester. Fees for full-semester classes dropped by Sept. 6 will be refunded within 3-4 weeks. Courses which meet less than the full term are indicated by specific dates in the schedule of classes and have a 10 percent refund deadline. Refunds for those classes will be mailed periodically during the term. Fees for classes dropped after the refund deadline will not be refunded. (Title V of the California Code of Regulations.)

Returned Check Policy. A penalty of $10 will be charged for each check dishonored by the bank and returned to the college. This penalty is in addition to any and all other fees, fines, and charges. A $10 processing fee is charged for a clearance of a hold placed on a student’s record for a total of $20.

Delinquent Debt Collection Charge. Each student is responsible for paying all fees for a term or session. When classes remain on or are added to the student schedule and fees are not paid, the fees owed are past due and subject to the collections process. If a delinquent debt is sent to the State Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset Program, a 25% penalty charge may be added to the balance owed.

Scholarships. Before enrolling, scholarship recipients must have their paperwork processed in the Scholarship Office, Bldg. 3000 on the Oceanside Campus. If you have questions about scholarships, please call (760) 795-6751.

Military Tuition Assistance. Students planning to use Military Tuition Assistance must contact their Unit Education Officer to obtain authorization forms. These forms must be presented to the Student Accounts Office before enrolling in person at the Admissions and Records Office. The authorization forms must include all required signatures.

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Additional Policies Open Class Policy. It is the policy of

Equal Opportunity Policy/Disability Accommodation. MiraCosta College is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunities to all persons regardless of, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital or parental status, disability, age, sexual orientation or status as a Vietnam-era veteran. Limited English-speaking students who are otherwise eligible will not be excluded from any vocational education program. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974, MiraCosta College has designated Connie Wilbur, (760) 795-6658, as its Section 504 coordinator. The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) coordinator is Joe Mazza, (760) 795-6866. Students or community members with verified disabilities are entitled to appropriate accommodation. A variety of alternative formats are readily available; others may require additional time to provide. For specific details, contact the Disabled Students Programs and Services Office, (760) 795-6658, or the Admissions and Records Office, (760) 795-6620. If you need information about the grievance procedure to resolve complaints of discrimination, including sexual harassment, contact Sheri Wright, the college Title IX coordinator, at the Oceanside Campus Human Resources Office, (760) 795-6865.

Igualdad de oportunidades/ servicios y ayuda para personas discapacitadas. El Colegio de MiraCosta se compromete a proporcionar igualdad de oportunidades en la educación y en el empleo a todas las personas sin establecer límites en cuanto a raza, religión, país de origen, sexo, estado civil o familiar, capacidad física, edad, orientación sexual, o situacíon como veterano de la guerra de Vietnam. Los estudiantes que tienen derecho a entrar a un programa de educación vocacional no pueden ser excluidos debido a limitaciones en su inglés. Dando cumplimiento con a la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1974, el Colegio MiraCosta ha nombrado a Connie Wilbur, (760) 795-6658, como su coordinadora de la Sección 504 de dicha ley. La coordinadora de ADA es Joe Mazza, (760) 795-6866. Los estudiantes o miembros de la comunidad con incapacidades comprobadas MiraCosta College • Fall 2008

tienen derecho a las adaptaciones correspondientes. Está disponible una variedad de adaptaciones alternativas; otras adaptaciones pueden requerir tiempo adicional para que puedan ser proporcionadas. Para obtener mayor información específica, comuníquese a la Oficina de Programas y Servicios para Estudiantes Incapacitados al (760) 795-6658, o a la Oficina de Admisiones y Archivos al (760) 795-6620. Si necesita mayor información respecto a los procedimientos para la resolución de quejas relacionadas con asuntos de discriminación, incluyendo el acoso sexual, comuníquese con la Oficina de Recursos Humanos del campus de Oceanside, al teléfono (760) 795­-6865.

Based upon the cohort defined above, 35.4 percent attained a certificate or degree or became “transfer prepared” during a three year period, from fall 2003 to spring 2006. Students who are “transfer prepared” have completed 56 transferable units with a GPA of 2.0 or better. Based on the cohort defined above, 12.9 percent transferred to another postsecondary institution (UC, CSU, or another California community college) prior to attaining a degree, certificate, or becoming “transfer-prepared” during a five semester period, from spring 2004 to spring 2006.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (F.E.R.P.A.). All

men 18 through 25 years of age to be registered with the Selective Service System (SSS). The law applies to male citizens and immigrant aliens, but not to foreign students who hold valid student visas. Men must be registered before they can receive federal or state financial aid for school, including loans and grants. Registration forms are available at any U.S. Post Office or online at http://www.sss.gov

student records of MiraCosta College are kept in accordance with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. A student may request access to those campus records which personally identify the student; the student may challenge the accuracy of the record or the appropriateness of its retention in the college records. Regardless of age, student consent is needed for the release of records covered by the act to outside parties except for those agencies entitled to access under the provisions of the act (e.g., college officials; other schools; federal, educational and auditing officers and requestors in connection with the application or receipt of financial aid). These provisions apply to records received and used after Nov. 19, 1974. Amendments to the act permit the college to release what is called “directory information,” provided that the student or former student has not specifically asked the college to refrain from releasing such information. Check with the Admissions and Records Office for specific directory information and notification of student rights. If you wish directory information not to be released without your prior written consent, please indicate on the college application or send a signed request to the Admissions and Records Office, Sta. 10A, MiraCosta College, 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside CA 92056-3899.

Selective Service—Important Notice For Male Students. Federal law requires

Federal Tax Credit. In accordance with federal tax credit legislation, MiraCosta College will mail a verification 1098T form at the end of January to each registered student. Information will also be reported to the IRS. If you did not provide your correct Social Security number to the Admissions and Records Office, complete a change of information form to ensure accurate reporting to the IRS. Please check with your tax preparer to determine if you are eligible to take advantage of this credit and the amount you may deduct. 1098 information may be accessed on your SURF account by selecting Finances.

Smoking and Drug Use. MiraCosta College allows smoking in designated smoking areas only and imposes sanctions against the use of illegal drugs. Designated smoking areas are clearly marked with signs posted at each campus; the campus maps in this schedule show where these areas are located.

Student Right-to-Know Rates. In compliance with the Student-Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-542), it is the policy of the MiraCosta Community College District to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Beginning in fall 2003, a cohort of all certificate-, degree-, and transferseeking first-time, full-time students were tracked over a three-year period. Their completion and transfer rates are listed below. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at MiraCosta College, nor do they account for student outcomes occurring after this three-year tracking period.



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MiraCosta College that, unless specifically exempted by statute, every course section or class shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets such requisites as may be established. Limited English-speaking students who are otherwise eligible will not be excluded from any vocational education program. Los estudiantes que están calificados para entrar en el programa de educación vocacional no pueden ser excluidos debido a su inglés limitado.


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Financial Aid

Financial Aid at MiraCosta College There are three ways to get information about Financial Aid at MiraCosta College: 1. Visit our website: www.miracosta.edu/financialaid 2. Stop by the office on the Oceanside Campus, Building 3000

Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Here’s How… STEP

3. Give us a call at (760) 795-6711

Apply for Federal Aid

Monday–Thursday 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at

To Apply for Federal Financial Aid: Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov to be considered for: •

Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Grant (FSEOG), and the Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG). These grants are financial assistance based on need and other criteria and do not have to be repaid.

Federal Work Study (FWS). Students earn money through part-time employment on campus.

Stafford Loans. Students must complete a FAFSA before applying for a loan and are responsible for repayment when the loan comes due.

www.fafsa.ed.gov Use 001239 as the school code for MiraCosta College.

STEP

The Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) is available to California residents only and waives the enrollment fee and reduces the parking fee (parking fee reduction only available for the fall and spring terms).

There are three different types of BOG waivers (Methods A, B, or C) and two ways to apply: To be considered for Method A or B, complete the BOGW application located on page A-7 in the middle section of this class schedule. Attach the required verification documents and submit to the Financial Aid Office for eligibility determination. We recommend that you also complete the FAFSA. If you meet the criteria to qualify for the BOGW, you will likely also qualify for federal grant money. For Method C, complete the FAFSA as instructed above.

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Warning—Financial Aid Recipients. Students who receive federal financial aid funds and who totally withdraw before the 60 percent withdrawal date of the term will require a refund and repayment calculation to determine funds owed back to the government by both the school and the student. Contact the Financial Aid Office for additional information.



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You will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR). Use it to make corrections if needed.

To Apply for Enrollment Fee Assistance:

Financial Aid: Ability to Benefit. Students without a high school diploma or its equivalent; who are 18 years old or older; who are planning to enroll in a degree, certificate or transfer program; and who have fewer than 60 transferable college units must pass the Ability to Benefit Test to be eligible for federal financial aid.

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STEP

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We will receive a copy of your SAR electronically. We will review it and request any additional documents—bring these documents to the Financial Aid Office.

STEP

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We will review the documentation you submitted and issue an award letter to you.

STEP

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If you are eligible, a financial aid check will be disbursed to you via direct deposit or mail.

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Matriculation and Testing Information

The matriculation process (orientation, testing, and advisement) starts you on the right path and keeps you going with the information you need to arrive at your educational destination. All matriculation services are free. If you are new to college and plan to transfer, earn an associate degree or a vocational certificate, improve basic skills, or are undecided about your goal, you should matriculate. Matriculation is also helpful if you are returning to school after a long absence. Placement tests or approved alternatives (see next page) are required if you plan to enroll in English or math classes. Classes in other subject areas may also require English and math competencies.

Important! •

You must have an Application for Admission on file before you test or attend an advisement session unless you are testing for another college. (Testing for another college will result in a fee.)

Appropriate photo ID is required to take tests and to pick up test scores.

Testing and orientation do not require an appointment, but you must make a reservation for advisement.

Review Before You Test (optional) If you choose to brush up on math, a review for the algebra readiness, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra and pre-calculus tests is available online at www.miracosta.edu/testing. Review packets for all four tests may also be purchased in the college bookstores.

The Tests English testing is offered on a drop-in basis at the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses and at scheduled sessions at the Community Learning Center. Students who start a test at the ending times listed may not have sufficient time to finish the test the same day. If you are a student with a disability needing an accommodation, please plan to test in the morning to maximize the time available to you; a referral is not required as there is no time limit for the test. You will be asked to select one of the following tests in order to determine your English or ESL course eligibility. 1. The English Assessment: This test measures reading and writing skills of native speakers of English. 2. The ESL Assessment: This test measures reading, writing and listening skills of non-native speakers of English.

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Call the Testing Office in Oceanside (760) 795-6685 for possible alternatives to this schedule. OCEANSIDE CAMPUS

Bldg. 3000, Room 3003 (760) 795-6685 Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–3 p.m. SAN ELIJO CAMPUS

Testing Center Bldg. 100, Room 101 Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. For testing at the San Elijo Campus after August, call (760) 944-4449, ext. 7752 or (760) 795-6685 for information.

3. The Mathematics Competency Exam (math test) is a timed 75-minute test. You may choose one of four computerized multiple-choice tests to demonstrate your skills in pre-algebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra or pre-calculus. You may take just one test on a given day. You may re-test or take another test on another day if you wish. See re-test information. Guidelines to help you decide which test to take are available in Testing Services in Building 3000 on the Oceanside Campus, in the Testing Center in Room 101 on the San Elijo Campus, or on the Testing web page at www.miracosta. edu/testing. The math test is offered on a drop-in basis at the locations listed. Space is limited at the San Elijo Campus Testing Center and at the Math Learning Center at both campuses. Students will be served on a space-available basis. You should allow at least 1-1/2 hours to complete the math testing process and arrive no later than the ending times listed below. Referrals from Disabled Student Programs and Services are necessary for students with a disability needing an accommodation. ESL students may request extended time for the math test from Testing Office staff. Contact the Testing Department, (760) 795-6685 for information. Students who have extended time authorization should arrive by 2 p.m. Call the Testing Office in Oceanside (760) 795-6685 for possible alternatives to this schedule. OCEANSIDE CAMPUS

Bldg. 3000, Room 3003 Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–3 p.m. Math Learning Center, Bldg. 1200 Library and Information Hub, first floor (when classes are in session only) Monday–Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. The Math Learning Center will be closed May 22 to June 2, and again from July 25 until the first day of classes in the fall semester. SAN ELIJO CAMPUS

Testing Center, Bldg. 100, Room 101 Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. For testing at the San Elijo Campus after August, call (760) 944-4449, ext. 7752 or (760) 795-6685 for information.



Orientation and Advisement Orientation gives you planning tools you’ll need to succeed at MiraCosta College including information about college programs, requirements and services. No reservations are required. Advisement is a group session designed to help you choose the right courses to meet your academic goal, whether it is a vocational certificate, associate degree and/or transfer to a university. Expert assistance is provided in selecting your courses for the coming semester. If you are uncertain of your goal, counselors will help you select courses that will keep your options open. A reservation is required for Advisement—see the box on page 10.

Obtaining Test Scores You will receive a score report when you complete a test. Copies of English and math scores are also distributed to students who make reservations for and attend group advisement. Test scores are released to the examinee only­—photo identification is required. Included with your scores is a placement recommendation for English and math. The recommendation will be entered into SURF on a nightly basis allowing you to enroll in the appropriate class. If after advisement and/or re-testing you still have questions about your placement, see a counselor. Counseling offices are located in Bldg. 3700 on the Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6670; and in the Administration Building on the San Elijo Campus, (760) 944-4449, ext. 6670.

Ability to Benefit Test Students without a high school diploma or GED who are planning to apply for federal financial aid must take the Ability to Benefit (ATB) test to establish their ability to benefit from instruction. ATB examinees must be at least 18 years old before the start of the semester for which they wish to receive aid. The ATB test is administered on computers in the Testing Computer Lab. Allow at least 90 minutes to complete the test. No reservations are required. This test must be started by 3 p.m.

Re-Testing and Testing Fee Policies MiraCosta students may not take the English Assessment, ESL Assessment, or any of the four mathematics tests more than two times. Once this maximum is reached, students will not have the option of further retesting on that test. (Tests given through our high school outreach testing program will not be counted toward the maximum.) For English and mathematics tests, students must wait at least 24 hours after their initial test before retesting. Students who do not intend to enroll at MiraCosta College but who wish to take an English test, any of the four mathematics tests and/or the Ability to Benefit test will be charged $30 per test.

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Matriculation and Testing Information Alternatives to Taking MiraCosta’s Tests

English

1. Take your transcript from another college showing completion with a grade “C” or better in an equivalent English/math class to the Admissions and Records Office, or 2. Take your English/math course placement results from another California community college to the Admissions and Records Office and submit with a “Review of Non-MCC Placement Recommendation” form (available in the Admissions and Records Office or on their web site.) Your document must state the course in which you are eligible to enroll. A score alone is not sufficient, or 3. Take the transcript or diploma of your bachelor’s degree to Admissions and Records for English course placement at the 200 level and math course placement at the 100 level, or 4. If you have achieved one of the following minimum scores, take documentation to the Dean of Admissions (see score requirements to right):

Advanced Placement (AP) Program English test with a score of three or higher

Testing Information

International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher Level English Examination with a score of four or higher

Oceanside Campus:

California State University system English Placement Test with a score of 151 or higher

Passing score on the UC Analytical Writing Placement Examination (previously the Subject A Examination)

(760) 795-6685

San Elijo Campus:

(760) 944-4449, ext. 7752

Math

Advanced Placement Program calculus test with a score of three or higher

College Level Examination Program general or subject examination in mathematics with a score at or above the 50th percentile

California State University system Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) test with a score of 50 or higher

www.miracosta.edu/testing

Note: Classes in other subject areas may also require English and math competencies.

Orientation and Advisement Schedule • Fall 2008 Orientation and math and English testing must be completed before attending advisement. Alternate math or English test scores must be submitted before making a reservation for advisement.

Reservations are not required for orientation but are required for the advisement sessions listed below. Call the Testing Office in Oceanside (760) 795-6685. For other counseling information and appointments, call (760) 795-6670. Online orientation is an alternative to attending an in-person session. Learn about the college’s programs and services as well as matriculation requirements by completing online orientation. Just click on the “Online Orientation” link at www.miracosta.edu. Day/Date

Location

Wednseday, June 18

Oceanside

Tuesday, June 24

Oceanside

Wednesday, July 2

Oceanside

Monday, July 7

Oceanside

Monday, July 7

San Elijo

Tuesday, July 8

Oceanside

Monday, July 14

San Elijo

Wednesday, July 16

Oceanside

Friday, July 18

Oceanside

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Event

Start/End Time

Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement

3:00–4:00 p.m. 4:15–6:15 p.m. 3:00–4:00 p.m. 4:15–6:15 p.m. 1:00–2:00 p.m. 2:15–4:15 p.m. 9:00–10:00 a.m. 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m. 4:00–5:00 p.m. 5:15–7:15 p.m. 2:00–3:00 p.m. 3:15–5:15 p.m. 1:00–2:00 p.m. 2:15–4:15 p.m. 3:00–4:00 p.m. 4:15–6:15 p.m. 9:00–10:00 a.m. 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

O rientation & A d v isement L ocations :

Oceanside Campus: 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside San Elijo Campus: 3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff

Room

Day/Date

Location

3201

Friday, July 25

Oceanside

3601

Thursday, August 7

Oceanside

3601

Monday, August 11

San Elijo

3101

Friday, August 15

Oceanside

201

Event

Start/End Time

Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement Orientation Advisement

1:00–2:00 p.m. 2:15–4:15 p.m. 1:00–2:00 p.m. 2:15–4:15 p.m. 4:00–5:00 p.m. 5:15–7:15 p.m. 9:00–10:00 a.m. 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

Room

3201 3201 201 3201

FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY: The following sessions are funded

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by the Institute for International Perspectives and are restricted to international students only. Call (760) 795-6897 for information.

3201

Wednesday, August 13 Oceanside

Orientation

9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

AZTLAN

3201

Thursday, August 14

Advisement

9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

AZTLAN

Oceanside

3201

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Matriculation and Testing Information • Bookstore

To be exempt from the matriculation process at MiraCosta College, a student must meet one of the following conditions: 1. The student was exempt during a previous semester; or 2. The student has earned an associate or higher degree from an accredited institution; or 3. The student has previously attended another college and indicated on the application for admission one of the following as an educational goal: •

Discover/formulate career interests, plans, goals

Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills)

Advance further in current job/career (update job skills)

Maintain certificate or license (e.g. nursing, real estate)

Personal interest; no intention to use credit for certificate, degree or transfer

Complete credits for high school diploma or GED

Exemption from Assessment (testing) Only*

Student Rights and Responsibilities You have the right to challenge or appeal any step in the matriculation process by contacting the Dean of Counseling and Special Services at (760) 795-6892. To challenge a course prerequisite or corequisite, contact the Admissions and Records Office on either campus. Furthermore, you may refuse to participate in any matriculation service. Refusal, however, will not entitle you to early enrollment privileges or waive course prerequisites or corequisites.

Books & Supplies Textbooks for fall classes will be available beginning July 28, 2008. Textbooks for San Elijo classes are available only at that campus. Textbooks for Oceanside classes or online classes are available only at the Oceanside Campus. All textbooks may be purchased through efollett.com. Acceptable payments are cash, check with matching identification, or credit card. The use of credit cards by other than the legal card owner must be accompanied by written permission from the card owner, with signature matching the back of the card (excluding American Express who only allows the person on the card to purchase). Refunds on checks may be delayed until check clears.

To be exempt from the assessment component of matriculation, a student must meet one of the following conditions:

Last Day for refunds: 1 week from purchase date! (or September 8 with proof of “drop”) Absolutely no refunds without receipt.

1. The student has completed the prerequisite course with a grade of “C” or higher (transcript or grade report required) at another college for any math or English course(s) in which s/he wishes to enroll. 2. The student has taken an approved assessment test at another California community college which can be used to meet the prerequisite for the math or English course(s) in which s/he wishes to enroll.

Open Fridays and Saturdays only where noted; closed Sundays and holidays. Oceanside CAMPUS bookstore

San Elijo CAMPUS bookstore

July 28 – Aug 15 Mon –Thurs............9 a.m.– 4 p.m.

July 28 – Aug 15 Mon –Thurs............9 a.m.–3 p.m.

Aug 18 – 22

Mon –Thurs....... 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday ...............8:30 a.m.– 4 p.m.

Aug 18 – 22

Mon –Thurs....... 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday ...............8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.

Mon –Thurs.......7:30 a.m.– 8 p.m.

Aug 25 –30

Mon –Thurs.......8:30 a.m.–8 p.m. Friday................8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday................ 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Bldg. 3400 • (760) 795-6630

*Exemption from matriculation and/or assessment does not allow you to have priority enrollment privileges. Exempted students may choose to participate in the matriculation and/or assessment process.

Aug 25 –30

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You are responsible for expressing broad educational intent upon admission and for declaring a specific educational goal by the time you have completed 15 semester units. You are also responsible for attending class, completing assignments, arranging counseling appointments, and maintaining progress toward your educational goal.

Friday............7:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday.............9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Student Center • (760) 634-7830

Sept 1– Sept 26 Mon –Thurs....... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday......... 8:30 a.m.–12.30 p.m.

Sept 1– Sept 30 Mon-Thurs........ 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday..... 8:30 a.m.–12.30 p.m.

Sept 29 – Dec 5 Mon –Thurs....... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.

Oct 1–Dec 5

Mon–Thurs..8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Dec 8 – Dec 19

Dec 8 – Dec 19

Mon –Thurs....... 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday......... 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Mon –Thurs....... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.

Friday..... 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

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Career and Technical Certificates

Looking for a Career? Check out MiraCosta’s career and technical certificate programs. You can learn the skills you need to start a career in one year or less! Certificates of Achievement can be combined with general education courses for an associate degree and/or transfer to complete a bachelor’s degree. Visit MiraCosta’s Career Center for a variety of services to help you find the career that’s right for you and what you need to do get there! Stop by the Career Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus, call (760) 795-6772 to make an appointment with a career adviser or go online to learn about workshops and other activities: www.miracosta.edu/careeers

2008 – 2009 Certificate Programs Accounting Accounting Billing, Cost & Accounting Assistant Bookkeeping Income Tax Preparer

Administration of Justice Law Enforcement

Architecture Architectural Technology

Art Digital Photography

Automotive Technology Auto Alignment, Brakes, & Suspension Automotive Electronics Automotive Quick Service Assistant Automotive Repair: Drive Train Specialist Automotive Technology Basic Engine Performance

Biotechnology Bioprocess Technology Laboratory Skills Research & Development

Business Business Fundamentals Entrepreneurship Management Marketing Retail Assistant Retail Management

Business Office Technology Data Entry General Office Medical Transcription Office Assistant Office Manager Secretary/Administrative Assistant Virtual Assistant

Child Development Assistant Teacher Associate Teacher Early Intervention and Inclusion Entrepreneurship Master Teacher Site Supervisor Teacher

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Computer and Information Science Advanced Routing and Switching Computer Applications Computer Internetworking Fundamentals Computer Network Administration E-Commerce Fundamentals of Computer Programming Microsoft Certified Office User (Proficient Level) Microsoft Certified Office User (Expert Level) Unix Administration

Cosmetology Cosmetology

Kinesiology Personal Fitness Trainer Yoga Certification

Media Arts Technology Graphic Design Print Publishing Video and Animation Visual Communication Web Development and Design

Medical Administrative Professional Medical Insurance and Coding Specialist Medical Office Professional Medical Office Specialist

Music Technology

Dance Pilates Certification

Design Drafting Technology Applied Design Computer Aided Design & Drafting Computer Aided Drafting Drafting Fundamentals Mechanical Drafting

Health Education Massage Therapy Technician

Horticulture Agri-Business Management Arboriculture Floral Design Assistant Floriculture Irrigation Technology Landscape Architecture Landscape Assistant Landscape Management Nursery Assistant Nursery /Horticulture Crop Production Wine Technology

Hospitality, Restaurant Management, Tourism and Travel Catering Operations Dining Room Operations Food Service Operations Front Office Operations Hospitality Management Restaurant Management Rooms Division Management Travel & Tourism Management Travel Reservations

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Business of Music Digital Audio Production Digital Audio Music Technology Performance Technician Recording Arts/Record Production Song Writing Sound Reinforcement

Nursing and Allied Health Occupations Certified Nursing Assistant Licensed Vocational Nursing Health Care Fundamentals Home Health Aide Registered Nursing Surgical Technology

Radiation Protection Technology Radiation Protection Technician

Real Estate Property Management Real Estate Real Estate Appraisal Real Estate Assistant Real Estate Entrepreneurship Real Estate Finance Real Estate Sales

Theater Design and Technology

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Don’t wander through the class schedule randomly choosing courses—get the right information up front. If your goal is to transfer and/or earn an associate degree, visit the Counseling Department or University Transfer Center. A counselor can help you plot your course to the university campus of your choice. To take advantage of transfer admission guarantee programs, you must follow a specific plan of courses. See page 14 for CSU and IGETC transfer guides.

The Counseling Department offers: •

Group advising. Sign up after completing placement tests by calling the Testing Office, (760) 795-6685.

Online advising. Just go to www.miracosta.edu/counseling.

One-on-one counseling. Counselors are available on both the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses. To help plan for a certificate, associate degree or transfer, schedule an appointment at either campus by calling (760) 795-6670.

The University Transfer Center offers: •

Transfer advisement. Learn about MiraCosta’s transfer guarantee programs with UC campuses.

Articulation agreements. There are agreements available for CSU, UC, and select private universities.

Educational plans. Individual plans are created to meet the needs of each student and their specific transfer goal.

Visits with representatives and field trips to university campuses. See for yourself what UC, CSU and private universities are all about. To schedule an appointment with a transfer counselor available at Oceanside or San Elijo, call (760) 795-6880 or stop in at the University Transfer Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus.

The Center for Career Studies & Services offers: •

Workshops. Find out which major and career options most closely match your skills and interests.

One-on-one counseling. Career counselors are available to administer and interpret individual interest and personality assessments to help you choose your major and learn about related careers.

Career advisement. Learn about local and national industry trends to make informed career and educational planning decisions.

Online resources: www.miracosta.edu/careers. To schedule an appointment call (760) 795-6772, or stop by the Career Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus.

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Transfer Information Is a Bachelor’s Degree Your Goal? If you are planning to transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree, you need to know about the University Transfer Center (UTC) where experts can assist you in the transfer process to the college or university of your choice. Once you have completed a MiraCosta College application, the English and math placement tests, orientation and advisement, contact the University Transfer Center so we can assist you with a seamless transition.

Transfer Check List •

Visit the University Transfer Center to learn about resources for transfer students

Send transcripts from all previous colleges and/or Advanced Placement Board to the MiraCosta College Counseling Department

Schedule an appointment with a MiraCosta counselor to complete your personalized educational plan and term-by-term schedule

Complete transfer-level math and writing classes early

Complete general education requirements (see IGETC and CSU GE lists)

Complete transferable course work in your major

Visit at least three different colleges that offer your major

Check application deadlines and apply to more than one university

Apply for financial aid early (January 1–March 2) via FAFSA

Consider applying for scholarships

Career, Counseling and Transfer Center Oceanside Campus:

Building 3700

San Elijo Campus:

Administration Building

To schedule an appointment with a counselor at either campus, call (760) 795-6670. To schedule an appointment with the University Transfer Center at either campus, call (760) 795-6880.

For students planning to transfer to CSU: The following courses have been approved for meeting the General Education requirements for the California State University system. A student may apply for full or partial certification by area of lower-division requirements at the time a transcript is sent to a CSU campus. Students must request the certification at the Admissions and Records Office at MiraCosta College.

CSU Courses For 2008-2009 AREA A: English Communication & Critical Thinking

9 units to include one course from each segment below 1. Oral Communication: COMM 101, 106, 207 2. Written Communication: ENGL 100 3. Critical Thinking: COMM 212; ENGL 201, 202; PHIL 100; READ 100

AREA B: Physical Universe & Its Life Forms

9 units to include one course from each segment below A lab course (*) must be taken in either segment 1 or 2 1. Physical Science: ASTR 101, 101L*, 120, 201; CHEM 100*, 102*, 103, 103L*, 104*, 108, 110*, 111*; EART 106; GEOG 101, 101L*; GEOL 101, 101L*, 120; OCEA 101, 101L*; PHSN 101, 106; PHYS 111*, 112* 151* 152*, 253* 2. Life Science: ANTH 101, 101L*, 190**; BIO 101, 101L*, 102*, 103, 105, 150*, 170*, 172, 172L*, 202*, 204*, 220*; HORT 116*; PSYC 260 3. Laboratory Activity: This requirement may be met by the completion of any lab course above in B-1 or B-2. Lab courses are designated with an asterisk (*). 4. Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning: BIO/BTEC 180; MATH 103, 105, 106, 115, 125, 130, 135, 150, 155, 260; PSYC/SOC 104

AREA C: Arts, Literature, Philosophy & Foreign Language

9 semester units with at least one course in the Arts and one in Humanities 1. Arts: ART 100, 101, 103, 157, 158, 201, 254, 258, 259, 260, 290; COMM 111; DNCE 101, 105; DRAM 105, 106, 111, 120, 121, 130; FILM 106; MUS 105, 108, 109, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119 2. Humanities: ASIA 105; CHNS 101, 102; COMM 215; FILM 101, 110; FREN 101, 102, 201, 202; GRMN 101, 102, 201, 202; HIST 103, 104; HUMN 101, 201, 202, 205, 250, 251; ITAL 101, 102, 201; JAPN 101, 102, 201, 202; LIT 120, 250, 251, 260, 261, 265, 270, 271; PHIL 101, 102, 105, 122, 221; SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205

AREA D: Social, Political, and Economic Institutions & Behavior; Historical Background

9 semester units with courses taken in at least two of the numbered disciplines below 1. Anthropology and Archaeology: ANTH 102, 103, 104**, 190** 2. Economics: ECON 100, 101, 102 3. Ethnic Studies: ANTH 104**; ASIA 107**; HIST 107**; SOC 110 4. Gender Studies: COMM 135; SOC 120 5. Geography: GEOG 102, 104 6. History: ASIA 107**; HIST 100, 101, 105, 107**, 108, 109, 110+, 111+, 116+, 117+, 150, 165 7. Interdisciplinary, Social or Behavioral Science: ADM 105; COMM 120, 220; GERO 101; SOC 105 8. Political Science, Government and Legal Institutions: PLSC 101, 103, 150 9. Psychology: CHLD 121; PSYC 100, 101, 103, 121 10. Sociology and Criminology: ADM 100; SOC 101, 102, 103 ** Courses listed in two different areas may be used in one or the other, but not both. + Only one (1) course may be applied to both G.E. and to American Institutions when listed in both places.

AREA E: Lifelong Understanding & Self-Development

3 units CRLP 100; COUN 100, 110; HEAL 100, 101; PSYC 115, 145; SOC 145

American Institutions Requirement

All CSU campuses require a basic American Institutions requirement for graduation. Students may receive certification of completion of the American Institutions requirement through MiraCosta by completing one of the designated groups below. Choose one group: Group I: HIST 110 and 111 Group II: HIST 116 and 117 (117 not approved f04 only) Group III: HIST 141 and 142 Group IV: HIST 145 and 146 (146 not approved f04 only) Group V: PLSC 102 04/08

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Transfer Information

If you want to transfer to the University of California (UC), then you’ve made the right choice in choosing to attend a community college. UC gives priority consideration for admission to all California community college students over transfer students from any other institution, including CSU or students transferring from one UC campus to another. The definition of a California community college student for UC admission purposes only is: 1. Student was enrolled at one or more of California community colleges for at least two terms (excluding summer sessions); 2. The last college student attended before admission to a UC campus was a California community college (excluding summer sessions); and 3. Student has completed at least 30 semester (45 quarter) UC transferable units at one or more California community college.

There are two ways to transfer as a junior from MiraCosta College to the UC system: 1. IGETC certification: 60 units, a competitive G.P.A., and any requirements to enter a particular major. (IGETC is also used for most of the guaranteed admission programs*.) 2. UC admission course pattern requirements, plus: 60 units, a competitive G.P.A., and any requirements to enter a particular major.

*MiraCosta offers Guaranteed Admission Programs to the following UC campuses: •

UC San Diego: Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) or the University Link Program (students must complete COUN 105 their freshman year at MiraCosta).

UC Davis: TAG contract

UC Irvine: TAG contract

UC Merced: TAG contract

UC Riverside: TAG contract

UC Santa Barbara: TAG contract (College of Letters & Sciences only)

UC Santa Cruz: TAG contract

We also offer Priority Admission to: UC Los Angeles: Open to students accepted into MiraCosta College’s Honors Scholar Program (Note: UCLA College only, formerly College of Letters & Science). See pages 106–110 for IGETC courses offered this fall.

Planning to transfer but don’t yet know where? Let IGETC be your guide: IGETC (Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum) will guide you in choosing classes which will fulfill lower-division general education requirements for transfer to any California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) campus. For more information about IGETC, stop by MiraCosta’s University Transfer Center. It should be noted that completion of the IGETC is not a requirement for transfer to CSU or UC, nor is it the only way to fulfill the lower division general education requirements of CSU or UC prior to transfer. Additional information and guidance on the appropriateness of IGETC to student transfer plans may be obtained from the University Transfer Center and counseling staff at MiraCosta College. All IGETC courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better, a C- is not acceptable. Some UC transferable courses have credit limitations. Specific limitations are available on the ASSIST website at www.assist.org and are indicated with the course descriptions in the MCC catalog. Advanced Placement (AP) exams completed with a minimum score of 3 or higher may be used to satisfy certain areas of IGETC.

IGETC Courses For 2008–2009 AREA 1 English Composition

CSU: 3 courses required, one from each group below UC: 2 courses required, one each from A and B Group A: English Composition (3 semester units)

ENGL 100

Group B: Critical Thinking—English Composition (3 semester units)

ENGL 201, 202

Group C: Oral Communication—CSU ONLY (3 semester units)

COMM 101, 106

AREA 2 Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

1 course (3 semester units) BIO/BTEC 180; MATH 103, 115, 125, 135, 150, 155, 260; PSYC/SOC 104

AREA 3 Arts & Humanities

3 courses with at least one from the Arts and one from the Humanities (9 semester units) 3A–Arts Courses: ART 157,158, 201, 254, 258, 259, 260;DNCE 101,105; DRAM 105, 106, 120, 121; FILM 106; MUS 105, 113, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119 3B–Humanities Courses: ASIA 105; COMM 215; FILM 101, 110; FREN 201, 202; GRMN 201, 202; HIST 103, 104; HUMN 101, 201, 202, 205, 250, 251; ITAL 201; JAPN 201, 202; LIT 120, 250, 251, 260, 261, 265, 270, 271; PHIL 101, 102, 105, 122, 221; SPAN 201, 202, 205

AREA 4 Social & Behavioral Sciences

3 courses from at least two disciplines (A-J) or an inter-disciplinary sequence (9 semester units) 4A: ANTH 102, 104, 190; 4B: ECON 100**, 101**, 102**: 4C: ANTH 104; 4D: COMM 135; 4E: GEOG 102, 104; 4F: ASIA 107; HIST 100, 101, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 116, 117, 150, 165; 4G: ADM/SOC 105; COMM 120, 220; GERO 101; 4H: PLSC 101, 103, 150; 4I: CHLD 121**; PSYC 100, 101, 103**, 121**; 4J: ADM 100; SOC 101, 102, 103**, 110

AREA 5 Physical & Biological Sciences

2 courses––one Physical Science and one Biological Science, one to include a lab (*) (7 semester units) 5A–Physical Science Courses: ASTR 101, 101L*, 201**; CHEM 100*, 102*, 103, 103L*, 104, 108, 110*, 111*; EART 106; GEOG 101, 101L*; GEOL 101, 101L*, 120; OCEA 101, 101L*; PHSN 101, 106; PHYS 111*, 112*, 151*, 152*, 253* 5B–Biological Science Courses: ANTH 101, 101L*; BIO 101, 101L*, 102*, 103, 105, 150*, 170*, 172, 172L*, 202*, 204*, 220*; PSYC 260

AREA 6 Language Other Than English

(UC requirement only) Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language. CHNS 101; FREN 101; GRMN 101; ITAL 101; JAPN 101; SPAN 101

CSU Graduation Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals

(Not part of IGETC, may be completed prior to transfer.) Choose one group: HIST 110 and 111; HIST 116 and 117 (117 not approved f04 only); HIST 141 and 142; HIST 145 and 146 (146 not approved f04 only) or PLSC 102. (Note: Courses used to meet this requirement MAY NOT be used to satisfy requirements for IGETC.) ** Transfer credit may be limited by UC or CSU.

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Enrollment Information and Policies Enrolling in Classes

Number of units completed: (not incl. current semester)

All students are eligible to enroll in classes using the SURF online enrollment system. Students may also enroll in person at the Admissions and Records Office at either campus on or after their assigned enrollment date and time.

40.5–50.......................................June 25 50.5–60.......................................June 26 60.5–70.......................................June 27 70.5–80.......................................June 30 a.m. 80.5–90.......................................June 30 p.m. 30.5–40.......................................July 1 20.5–30.......................................July 2 Matriculated students.................July 7 or 8 10.5–20.......................................July 9 or 10 4.5–10.........................................July 11 or 14 0–4..............................................July 15,16, or 17 90.5+............................................July 18

Admissions and Records— Student Accounts Regular Office Hours:

Extended Office Hours:

August 25–28 August 30 September 6

Mon.–Thurs., 8 a.m.–7 p.m. Fri., 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Mon.–Thurs., 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Sat., 9 a.m.– 2 p.m. Sat., 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Note: The offices are only open on Saturdays for the first two weeks of the semester. Fees are due at the time of enrollment: VISA or MasterCard when using SURF online; cash, check, VISA or MasterCard when enrolling in person. Students who cannot pay by VISA or MasterCard must come immediately to the Student Accounts Office to pay for added classes, otherwise you are subject to being dropped for non-payment.

Enrollment Schedule First-Priority Enrollment: June 25–July 18 SURF is open to: a. Continuing students (students enrolled spring or summer 2008) and b. First-time college students who have completed testing, orientation and advisement (see page 9). First-priority students are assigned a specific enrollment date and time based on the number of units completed at MiraCosta College through spring 2008 (see below). New students who have completed testing, orientation and advisement are also assigned a first-priority date and time. Beginning June 18, find your specific enrollment appointment by logging onto SURF, clicking “Self Service,” then “Enrollment.” Next select “Enrollment Dates.” Once you have your enrollment appointment date and time, you may enroll online or in person on or after your appointment time. Priority Enrollment: Special Populations. By regulation, colleges may grant early registration priority to special populations including students participating in EOPS; students identified as DSPS; recently discharged military veterans; and active duty miliitary personnel. Contact the EOPS, DSPS or Admissions and Records offices for more information.

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Second-Priority Enrollment: July 21–August 24 SURF is open to: a. Returning students (students who previously attended MiraCosta but were not enrolled in spring or summer 2008) b. First-time college students who have not completed testing, orientation and advisement (see page 9) c. Students new to MiraCosta who have prior college credit and d. All first-priority students who have not yet enrolled or who wish to add/drop classes. Second-priority students do not have a specific enrollment appointment and may enroll using SURF online or in person beginning July 21. NOTE: New and returning students to MiraCosta must complete the Application for Admission online or on page A-1 of this booklet. Two to three business days are required to process applications and at least three business days to clear prerequisites from institutions other than MiraCosta College.

The Week Before Classes: August 18–22 For students who have not enrolled during First or Second priority, the Admissions and Records Office provides extra assistance the week before classes. During that time, students may submit an application, enroll in classes, clear prerequisites and pay fees in one visit to campus. However, since many classes fill prior to this time, students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the previous enrollment schedule. Limited services available on August 22.

Late Enrollment: August 25–30, september 2–6 with instructor consent During the first week of classes through August 30, SURF may be used to enroll in open classes. An instructor’s signature will be required if the class is full or has other restrictions, and students will need to enroll in person. At the instructor’s

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discretion, a student may add/enroll in a fullsemester class until Sept. 6 or in a 15-week class through Sept. 19. Enrollment must be completed in person at the Admissions and Records Office and will require an add card signed by the instructor. Students may enroll in other late starting classes for up to five working days from the start of class. Again, if the class is full or has other restrictions, an instructor’s signature will be required. Exceptions to the add deadline are noted in the class listings.

Attendance at First Class Meeting You must attend the first class meeting on time. Instructors may drop absent students to make room for “crashers.” If you decide not to attend a class for which you have enrolled, it is your responsibility to drop the class officially by using SURF or submitting a drop card directly to the Admissions and Records Office.

Adding/Dropping Classes Changes to your class schedule may be made online using SURF. If you are adding more units to your schedule, or are subject to new fees such as course fees or Student Center fees, you must pay with a VISA or Master Card at the time you add the units. After you have added or dropped classes: •

Print your new account detail, if applicable.

Print your revised class schedule.

Students who cannot pay by VISA or MasterCard must come immediately to the Student Accounts Office to pay for added classes, otherwise you are subject to being dropped for non-payment.

Add/Drop Policies Add and drop deadlines are strictly enforced. Students are encouraged to use SURF to add and drop classes whenever possible. Adds requiring instructor signature must be processed in person. After the add deadline, SURF will generally be available for students to process drops and access their account information. However, students attempting to meet drop deadlines should be prepared to process the drop in person at the Admissions and Records Office in case SURF or the drop function is unavailable. The deadline for adding short-term classes is five working days from the class start date. Exceptions are noted in the class listings. For students receiving financial aid, all adds must be completed by Sept. 6, including short-term classes. Late adds are generally not accepted. However, there is a petition process for students who have serious extenuating circumstances. The late add petition, which is available in the Admissions and Records Office, must be signed by both the instructor and the division dean. Missing the add deadline due to inability to pay fees, misunderwww.miracosta.edu • (760) 757-2121


“Crashing” Full Classes Some classes fill quickly. While you can keep checking SURF for a spot to open in a closed class, we recommend instead that you substitute another section or a different course altogether. If, however, you want to try “crashing” a closed class, you must go to the first class meeting, preferably early. Let the instructor know you are not enrolled and wish to “crash” the class. You will need to wait while the instructor introduces the course and calls the roll. If there are no-shows (enrolled students who don’t claim their seats) or withdrawals (enrolled students who decide the class is not what they want), you may be allowed to enroll. Bring an add card for the instructor’s signature just in case. Be ready to submit your signed add card and pay your fees immediately at Admissions and Records to claim your spot in the class. Although SURF may indicate a wait list, that function is not currently available. See page 100 for information on how to crash an online class.

Class Cancellations Classes with insufficient enrollment will not meet. Notification to affected students will be e-mailed, phoned or mailed. Students are encouraged to adjust their schedules by picking alternative courses/times as soon as possible. Choices become increasingly limited toward the end of late enrollment. Therefore, students must act quickly in substituting for canceled classes. Students who choose not to substitute another class for a canceled class will be automatically refunded their fees.

Auditing Classes Auditing is sometimes allowed for students who wish to repeat a credit lecture course or a repeatable performance, skill or activity course when the opportunities for repetition have been exhausted. Students are not allowed to audit two or more sections of the same credit course during the same term unless the length of the courses allow participation without auditing more than one section at any given time. Approved auditors will not receive credit for the class. Auditors will pay a non-refundable audit fee and will also be charged for all instructional materials. Students enrolled in 10 or more units may audit an additional three MiraCosta College • Fall 2008

or fewer units without paying the fee. The current charge of $15 per unit and exemption after 10 units is subject to change pending state legislation. Students may obtain an audit form at the Admissions and Records Office and secure approval of the instructor and chair of the department. Instructors and/or department chairs reserve the right to approve or disapprove any audit according to their discretion, and their decisions are final. Enrollment fees for audited classes cannot be waived by the Board of Governors Fee Waiver program.

Repeating Classes Students may repeat twice, any course in which a grade of “D,” “F,” “NP” or “NC” has been received in order to raise the grade and grade points. To do this, you must enroll in the Admissions and Records Office. Certain activity, performance and skill courses have been designated as repeatable courses and are identified in the course description in the college catalog. Repeatable courses are designated with the symbol + in the class schedule. For more information on course repetition, see the college catalog. If you are a financial aid student, please refer to the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for repeated course work information.

Pass/No Pass Students may take a course for pass/no pass (P/NP) but must petition to do so before the 30% deadline of the semester (see calendar on page 3). A “pass” (P) grade indicates a satisfactory level of work (equivalent to a letter grade of C). Units are awarded but the grade is not counted in the MiraCosta grade point average (GPA). A no pass (NP) grade indicates an unsatisfactory level of work or failing grade; no units are awarded and it is not counted in the MiraCosta grade point average (GPA). The Petition for Pass/No Pass form is available at the Admissions and Records Office or may be accessed online at www.miracosta. edu/StudentServices/Admissions/studentforms. htm. Students planning to transfer should consult with a counselor before opting for P/NP to make sure this option is accepted by their intended transfer institutions.

Clearing Prerequisites To clear prerequisites completed at another school, please complete the Requisite Review Form on page A-5 in the center of this booklet. The completed form must be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office with a transcript or grade report for each prerequisite to be cleared. Prerequisites must be cleared by an Admissions and Records evaluator before enrolling in the class.

Regulations on Requisites MiraCosta College enforces prerequisites and corequisites during the enrollment process. A prerequisite is a requirement which 1) is authorized by statute or regulation, 2) is necessary

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to protect the health and safety of students or others or 3) assures that the student will have skill or knowledge presupposed to receive at least a “C” grade in a course. Students who have not taken a mandatory prerequisite at MiraCosta College must provide a transcript or other evidence that they have taken the course elsewhere. Students currently enrolled in a requisite course will be allowed to enroll in courses pending proof of satisfactory completion. If you do not pass the requisite course with a “C” or better, you will be withdrawn. See page A-5 for Requisite Review Form. You cannot use a prerequisite determination for any other purpose. Official evaluation of course work begins with a visit to a counselor. NOTE: Even if an instructor signs an add card for his/her class, no student can be officially enrolled without clearance of prerequisites. A corequisite is a companion course to a targeted course. It teaches skills and/or knowledge without which a student is highly unlikely to pass the targeted course. An advisory is the recommended preparation that a student is advised but not required to meet before or in conjunction with enrollment in a course or educational program. Students have the right to take a course without meeting the advisory or recommended preparation and are encouraged to do so if they feel that their education, work experience or other circumstances have prepared them. Students have the right to enroll in any course that does not require a prerequisite. MiraCosta College offers a timely challenge process to a student who feels s/he should be allowed to override a mandatory requisite for any of the grounds listed below [Title 5-55201(f)]: 1. The student has the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course or program without meeting the prerequisite or corequisite; 2. The student will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of his or her educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course has not been made reasonably available; 3. The prerequisite or corequisite is either unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory manner; 4. The prerequisite or corequisite has not been established in accordance with the district’s process for establishing prerequisites and corequisites; 5. The prerequisite or corequisite is in violation of Title 5. If the challenge is upheld, the student will be allowed to remain in the course or program providing a space was available when the challenge was filed. If the challenge is not upheld, the student will be removed from the class roster. Specific information concerning the challenge procedure is available in the Admissions and Records offices on both campuses as well as in the college catalog. www.miracosta.edu • (760) 757-2121

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standing of the add deadlines, confusion about enrollment expectations, transfer or graduation requirements, holds or online enrollment mistakes are not acceptable reasons for petitioning. The drop deadlines are listed on the deadline grid on page 111. The last date to drop a class falls upon the 75% point of the class or the previous working day if the date falls on a weekend or holiday. Instructors have the option of setting an earlier final drop date. The financial aid drop deadline is Sept. 6, 2008.


Class Selection & Fee Calculation Worksheet Enrollment

Time Management Worksheet Use this worksheet to plan your class schedule. Be sure to choose alternate classes in case the class you have chosen is full. Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30

Class Info & Units Class Number

Catalog Number

Units

Complete the information at the left to use as a reference when enrolling online with SURF. You must use VISA or MasterCard for payment to enroll on SURF. For additional payment information, see page 6. If you are receiving any type of financial assistance for your fees, see page A-6 before using SURF.

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS:

More than 18 units requires clearance from a counselor.

Tuition & Fees (See page 6 for further explanation of fees.) Enrollment fee (required for all students), $20 per unit Non-resident tuition (required for all non-residents of California), $181 per unit Health Services fee (required) Student Center fee (required for Oceanside and San Elijo classes only, summer ’08 through spring ’09), $10 per year maximum, $1 per unit x total number of units = Materials fees (see class listings)

$ $ 17.00 $ $

Optional fees (non-refundable once selected)

Student ID card, $6 (ID card is required for many services. See page 6 for more information.) Parking permit (required for all vehicles parked on campus, except Sundays), $35 Motorcycle or additional vehicle, $17.50

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$ $ $ TOTAL COST: $

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First time SURF Users: To obtain your SURF ID and password go to the SURF web site: http://surf.miracosta.edu and click on the “Get your SURF ID & Password here” link located near the bottom of the page below the SURF ID and Password box. Other information needed: credit card number and expiration date, and vehicle license plate number if purchasing a parking permit.

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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions Who Can Use SURF?

a secure Web site

Fall Enrollment:

June 25–August 24

SURF Hours:

Monday– Sunday 24 hours a day

Student Help Desk:

(760) 795-6655 studenthelp@miracosta.edu Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Who Cannot Use SURF? Some situations prevent using SURF to enroll in some or all of your classes. Those listed in Category I below must be processed/cleared at the appropriate college office on campus before your SURF enrollment date. Situations described in Category II below require in-person enrollment at the Admissions and Records Office on or after your priority date and time. CATEGORY I : Clear before using SURF

• Prerequisites— Admissions and Records Office • Enrollment in more than 18 units— Counseling Office • Board of Governors Waiver— Financial Aid Office • Cash or check prepayments— Student Accounts Office • Fee waivers—Student Accounts Office • Holds for debts—Student Accounts Office • Third party payments such as scholarships, State Department of Rehabilitation, VA benefits—Student Accounts Office • Students using Military Tuition Assistance—Student Accounts Office CATEGORY II : Must enroll in person

NOTE: You may be eligible for a Board of Governors fee waiver (BOGW). Check with the Financial Aid Office before using SURF. After you select your classes using SURF, please review your account summary carefully before choosing “Make a Payment.” If your waiver is not approved or payment is not made, you may be dropped from your classes. Fees must be paid the same day you enroll. Contact the Financial Aid Office, Bldg. 3000, or call (760) 795-6711.

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If you have a scholarship, deferment or waiver (State Department of Rehabilitation, VA Vocational Rehabilitation, EOPS or CalWORKs, BOGW), you must have your paperwork processed before using SURF. If you have a delinquent account with MiraCosta, you must resolve it either online or at the Student Accounts Office, located in Bldg. 3200 on the Oceanside Campus or in the Administration Bldg. at the San Elijo Campus, before you can use SURF. If you have a hold on your account with MiraCosta, you must resolve it before registering. To find out if you have a hold, Login to SURF with your SURF ID and Password, click on the Self Service link, Campus Personal Information link, and then click on the Holds link. If you have a hold, you must contact the office(s) on campus that initially placed the hold(s) on your account to proceed with registration. All prerequisites and corequisites for classes will be enforced. You must clear prerequisites and corequisites taken at other institutions at the Admissions and Records Office at least three business days before your enrollment time. Use the Requisite Review Form on page A-5.

Login Information Your Social Security number is used for financial aid and tax purposes only, and is not used as your login ID. After you apply for admission, you will be assigned an 8-digit Student ID number that you will use the entire time you are a student at MiraCosta College. To access SURF, replace the first 0 in your Student ID number with a W. (You can also retrieve this number on the SURF web site.) This is now your SURF ID which you will use to enroll in classes and track your academic activity. Write it down— don’t forget it! For detailed instructions on using SURF, see the next page. The most frequent request for SURF assistance is “I forgot my password.” Please use the password retrieval links at the bottom of the SURF student login web page.

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surf.miracosta.edu

Students who were enrolled at MiraCosta spring 2008 may enroll using SURF on or after their assigned enrollment date (see page 16). New students or returning MiraCosta students who were not enrolled in spring 2008 must submit the Credit Class Application online at www.miracosta.edu or the application on page A-1 of this booklet. Allow two to three business days for processing after submitting the application before using SURF.

Before You Use SURF


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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions How to Use SURF

Click Student Center to:

You may use any computer with Internet access, including computers in MiraCosta labs. SURF-only stations are also available in the Admissions and Records offices on both campuses and in Bldg. 3000 on the Oceanside Campus.

• Manage school related activities

Click Class Search/Browse Catalog to:

• Search classes that match your search criteria

• Browse the course catalog by subject

Before signing into SURF, complete the planning and fee worksheets on page 18 for use as reference.

Ñ Go to: https://surf.miracosta.edu Enter your SURF ID and SURF Password, click Sign In. First time users click “Get your student SURF ID & password here” located at the bottom of the page. Returning users who have forgotten their information or want to reset their password click “Get your student SURF ID & password here” or “Reset your student password” respectively.

Click Academic Planning to:

• Build your Academic Planner (this is useful for planning your schedule while awaiting your enrollment appointment or planning future semesters)

Click Enrollment to:

• View and Print:

– Enrollment Appointment & Dates – My Class Schedule

After you login you will see the default selection (Student Center) and the student’s navigation menu located on the left side. Click Self Service to view the available categories listed below.

– My Weekly Schedule

• Add (see steps below), drop, and/or swap classes

Click Payment & Account Information to:

• Make an Account Inquiry

– View/print Account Summary and Activities

• Make a payment

• Purchase parking permit and/or ID card

• View/print 1098-T tax form

Click Personal Information to: Categories (from above screen shot):

• Student Center

• View/edit Personal Data Summary

• Class Search/Browse Catalog

• View your To Do List

• Academic Planning

• View Honors and Awards

• View HOLDS

• Enrollment

Click Academic Records to:

• Payment & Account Information

• Personal Information

• View and Print:

– Unofficial test scores

• Academic Records

– Unofficial transcripts – Request enrollment verification – My Course History – My Grades

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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions Example: Steps to add an ART 101 class

To print your Payments Receipt located under Payment & Account

After login into SURF, click Self Service, next Enrollment then Enrollment: Add Classes, select the term and click Continue.

Either enter the class number (e.g. 1911) or press the Search button to find the class you would like to add. Enter the class criteria by selecting Art under Course Subject and type 101 as the Catalog Number, then click Search (see the Class Search picture).

Use this printout as your receipt for proof of payment to pick up your student ID card at the Student Activities Office and your parking permit at the Campus Police Station.

Find the class you wish to add, and click Select Class.

Print your class schedule under Enrollment>My Class Schedule.

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How to Read the Course Listings

What Does it All Mean?

If you are new to MiraCosta College, you may wish to take a minute to review our course listing terms.

Subject Area: Subjects are listed alphabetically.

Catalog Number: When you enroll, you will be asked the catalog number of the course you wish to take. The Class Number is an identification number for each individual class. When you enroll, you will be asked the class number of the class you wish to take. A Prerequisite is a requirement to be met before you can enroll in the course. If you have met the prerequisite at MiraCosta, the computerized enrollment system will allow you to enroll. If you have met it at another school, you must provide documentation to the Admissions and Records Office before enrolling in the class. An Advisory is the recommended preparation you are advised but not required to have before or in conjunction with this course. A Corequisite is a course you are required to take in the same semester you are enrolled in the related course.

Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

English

Course Title

ENGL 100 Composition and Reading

This course in critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process, the development and organization of expository prose,and research techniques. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL2) PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. 1131 MW 7:15am- 9:50am FACULTY NAME 4.0 OC3510 &TTH 7:15am- 8:40am OC3510 &TTH 8:50am- 9:50am OC4611

CAN stands for California Articulation Number which provides a cross­-reference to comparable courses at other colleges and universities within the state.

ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature

Accepted for transfer by

Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using the genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU;UC (CAN ENGL4 ENGLSEQA) PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better. 1137 MTWT 7:15am- 9:50am FACULTY NAME 4.0 OC3607

California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC).

Units or credits are assigned to a course based on the number of hours the course meets each week. The enrollment fee is charged by the unit ($20 per unit for Calif. residents). Your enrollment fee for this four-unit class would be $80.

English as a Second Language ESL 802 Introduction to College Writing I for Non-Native Speakers

Designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition to the use of academic English and who require the development of those skills taught in ENGL 802. Offered credit/no credit only. ADVISORY: Qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. +2043 F 9:00am-11:50am FACULTY NAME 4.0 CLC121 &F 12:00pm- 1:45pm CLC131 +2044 M 1:00pm- 2:50pm FACULTY NAME 4.0 OC4610 &W 1:00pm- 2:50pm OC4610

Campus and Room Number: “OC” refers to Oceanside Campus; “SAN” refers to the San Elijo Campus in Cardiff; “CLC” refers to the Community Learning Center in Oceanside (see page 112 for addresses). The room number follows the campus designation.

Horticulture HORT 299 Cooperative Work Experience—Occupational

(Materials Fee - $5.00). See page 47 for course requirements, detailed information, and meeting dates and times. COREQUISITE: Be employed and enrolled in a minimum of seven units including work experience for fall/spring, or three units including work experience for fall. +1038 TBA TBA 2.0 OCT310

TBA under the “Time” column means “to be arranged.” This indicates a self-paced class in which you will arrange the hours with the instructor.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

CR/NC only: This course is only offered on a credit/no credit basis. A + symbol means the course is repeatable (as defined in the catalog).

PHSE 142 Weight Training

An individualized program to improve strength, general conditioning, muscle tone, and flexibility. CR/NC only. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of PHSE 142, PHSE 143, PHSE 242. +1244 TTH 6:00pm- 8:45pm FACULTY NAME 1.0 OC5004

TBA under the “Instructor” column means “to be assigned.” The instructor has not yet been assigned to the class.

Schedule Accuracy

MiraCosta College has made every reasonable effort to assure that materials contained in this schedule are accurate. Updates, changes, additions, and deletions will be posted at the Admissions and Records offices and are available online.

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mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Time

Accounting

Accounting

ACCT 101 Practical Accounting

ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting

Course covers recordkeeping for sole proprietorships in trade or service businesses as well as financial statements, worksheets, and journals.

Oceanside Campus 1287 MW 1288 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1289 TTH

8:30am-10:15am 4:30pm-6:15pm

LOEDEL D HATA C

10:30am-12:15pm DESCHAMPS M

Instructor

Units

Room

Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on decision-making, planning, controlling, and costing with accounting information. A requirement for the Accounting certificate. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 4; BUS 201 + BUS 202 = CAN BUS SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: ACCT 201.

4.0 OC4801 4.0 OC4801

Oceanside Campus 1299 MW 1296 TTH

4.0 SAN303

ONLINE

SAN ELIJO Campus

1286 TBA HATA C 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1341 MW 1295 MW

10:30am-12:15pm DESCHAMPS M 6:45pm-8:30pm GILKEY M

4.0 OC4801 4.0 OC4801

10:30am-12:15pm VERA S 6:00pm-7:45pm MARTIN L

4.0 SAN307 4.0 SAN303

ACCT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

ACCT 145 Individual Income Tax

ONLINE

1290 TBA VIERSEN A 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1338 TBA VIERSEN A 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Administration of Justice ADM 100 Introduction to the Administration of Justice

ACCT 148 Computer Accounting

Provides a complete guide to creating and maintaining a proper accounting system with accounting software. ADVISORY: ACCT 101, ACCT 201, or equivalent.

Explores roots of our criminal justice system. Discusses criminal justice subsystems, their relationship to the overall social system, and issues relevant to criminal law, crime statistics, crime causation, criminal procedure, and rationales for punishment. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN AJ 2)

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

1297 TBA NOBLE S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1339 TBA NOBLE S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1900 TTH 1901 MW 1902 W

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on the accounting process and financial statements. A requirement for the Accounting and Bookkeeping certificates. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 2; BUS 201 + BUS 202 = CAN BUS SEQ A) ADVISORY: ACCT 101 recommended.

1340 TTH 1292 MW 1294 TTH

8:30am-10:15am 1:00pm-2:45pm 6:00pm-7:45pm

DESCHAMPS M VERA S MARTIN L

2103 MW 1:30pm-3:05pm CONNOLLY/HA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

An introduction to terrorism; its history, definition, methodologies, and supporting ideologies. U.S. counterterrorism and homeland security efforts explored, to include effects on civil liberties.

4.0 OC4801 4.0 OC4801 4.0 OC4801

Oceanside Campus 1913 MW

10:30am-11:45am CONNOLLY P

3.0 OC4016

ADM 200 Concepts of Criminal Law

4.0 SAN303 4.0 SAN303 4.0 SAN303

Concepts of criminal law; philosophical and historical development; the nature of criminal law; classification of crimes; elements of crimes; capacity and defenses; study of specific crimes. CSU;UC (CAN AJ 4) 1905 TTH 1906 M

+ Repeatable course

3.0 OC3103

ADM 106 Introduction to Terrorism and Homeland Security

Oceanside Campus

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

3.0 SAN307

Explores social, economic, and criminal justice issues by means of sociological, philosophical, and legal perspectives and methodologies. CSU;UC - credit limitation

ACCT 201 Financial Accounting

SAN ELIJO Campus

3.0 OC4801

ADM 105 Introduction to Justice Studies

1285 TBA LOEDEL D 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

SEVERANCE T DESCHAMPS M GILKEY M

1903 F 9:00am-12:25pm NYMAN A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). 1904 TTH 1:15pm-2:50pm CONNOLLY P THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

ONLINE

8:30am-10:15am 4:30pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-8:30pm

3.0 OC4016 3.0 OC4016 3.0 OC4016

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Math applications for trade and cash discounts, markup, depreciation, property tax, interest and payrolls. Preparation for accounting.

1291 TTH 1293 MW 1300 MW

CONNOLLY P CONNOLLY P FLORES B

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

ACCT 158 Business Mathematics

Oceanside Campus

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 6:45pm-9:30pm

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10:30am-11:45am CONNOLLY P 6:45pm-9:30pm MADIGAN J

TBA: to be arranged

3.0 OC4016 3.0 OC4016

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1298 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Covers filing status, exemptions, income and exclusions, business expenses, itemized deductions, credits, capital gains, depreciation, tax payments, partnerships, corporations, IRS and FTB, and audits. CTEC-approved course which fulfills the 60-hour “qualifying education” requirement for tax preparers.


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Instructor

Anthropology

ADM 260 Organized Crime, Vice, and Narcotics

ANTH 101L Biological Anthropology Laboratory

Origin and evolution of organized crime explored; emphasis placed on organized crime’s illicit activities and effect on society, law enforcement, and world politics.

Oceanside Campus 1910 TH

6:45pm-9:30pm

WHITBREAD B

3.0 OC4016

Oceanside Campus 1924 T

Fundamentals of investigation including standard investigative techniques, applicable legal considerations, crime scene searches, chain of custody issues, scientific tests, sources of information, interview/interrogation, pre-trial preparation and testimony. CSU (CAN AJ 8)

Oceanside Campus 1911

T

6:45pm-9:30pm

PETERS G

SAN ELIJO Campus 1926 TH

Oceanside Campus 1921 TTH 2615 TTH 1922 T

SAN ELIJO Campus 1920 MW

1.0 OC4529

6:45pm-9:30pm

FROEHLE A

1.0 SAN502

10:30am-11:45am MILLER L 1:00pm-2:15pm MILLER L 6:45pm-9:30pm RETTELE B

3.0 OC3601 3.0 OC3601 3.0 OC3103

10:30am-11:45am MILLER L

3.0 SAN502

2628 TBA DINCKAN G 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Anatomy

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1919 F 9:00am-12:25pm POJE H THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

Anthropology

3.0 OC4802

Architecture

ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology

ARCH 101 Architectural Drawing

Examines human appearance and behavior from a biological perspective, including coverage of evolution theory, genetics, primate ecology, and the fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU;UC (CAN ANTH 2)

1914 MW 1917 TTH

PAIN B

ONLINE

See Biological Sciences (BIO 210)

SAN ELIJO Campus

6:45pm-9:30pm

Explores human cultural variation in use of the environment, gender roles, language, art, ritual, and celebrations of the life cycle. CSU;UC (CAN ANTH 4)

3.0 OC4016

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1907 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

1915 TTH 1918 MW 1927 TH

Room

ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology

ADM 299 Cooperative Work Experience  —  Occupational

Oceanside Campus

Units

Lab to accompany ANTH 101. Practical, hands-on learning in genetics, human osteology, primate comparative anatomy, methods for observing primate behavior, fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ANTH 101. COREQUISITE: ANTH 101 if prerequisite not met.

ADM 280 Criminal Investigation

ALL COURSES

Time

Administration of Justice

9:00am-10:15am 4:00pm-5:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

MILLER L PAIN B RETTELE B

3.0 OC3601 3.0 OC3101 3.0 OC3205

9:00am-10:15am 2:30pm-3:45pm

MILLER L DORNER M

3.0 SAN502 3.0 SAN606

Covers basic techniques of architectural drawing: sketching, line work, lettering, geometric constructions, orthographic and isometric projections, floor and foundation plans, elevations, sections, and details. CSU

Oceanside Campus 1164 1166

F MW

9:00am-12:45pm 5:00pm-6:45pm

CUNNINGHAM J CUNNINGHAM J

3.0 OC4531 3.0 OC4531

ARCH 104 Building Codes and Specifications

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1916 F 9:00am-12:25pm RETTELE B THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

Introduction to the Building Code; emphasis on locating, describing, and applying appropriate code sections in the design and development of residential and commercial structures. Recommended for architectural students and building contractors.

3.0 OC3102

Oceanside Campus 1169

ANTH 101HSP Honors Scholar Program - ANTH 101

TH

5:00pm-6:45pm

SANCHEZ T

2.0 OC4531

ARCH 105 Construction Materials

COREQUISITE: ANTH 101.

Overview of the processes and materials used in construction. Topics include planning, designing, and contracting of the work. Emphasis on site preparation and the materials used in residential and commercial projects, including wood, concrete, steel, glazing, and plastics. CSU

SAN ELIJO Campus

1925 T 12:00pm-12:50pm PAIN B 0.0 SAN306 For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

Oceanside Campus 1170

T

5:00pm-7:45pm

SANCHEZ T

3.0 OC4531

ARCH 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1168 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Financial Aid Recipients: If you received financial aid at MiraCosta College and you drop to zero units before October 31, 2008, you and the college must repay any unearned aid. OUCH!! If you have not received financial aid, visit us on the web to find out how you can apply.

www.miracosta.edu

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

24

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Art ART 100 Drawing and Composition

Beginning course in drawing which develops basic drawing skills, perception, and personal expression. CSU;UC (CAN ART 8)

Oceanside Campus

2293 2202 2198 2206 2208

MW TTH MW TTH MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 2200 MW 2204 TTH

8:00am-10:45am 10:00am-12:45pm 11:30am-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

CASTRO J NERI G LLEWELLYN C MASSE JR D BELT A

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

9:30am-12:15pm 2:00pm-4:45pm

RAMOS D 3.0 SAN205 GOELTZENLEUCH 3.0 SAN205

ART 101 Design and Color

Students will create artworks using paint, drawing materials, and other media to demonstrate and evaluate fundamental principles of design and color. History, theory, and critical analysis of art will be integrated into the study of design and color. CSU;UC (CAN ART 14)

Oceanside Campus +2212 MW +2288 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus +2307 TTH +2210 MW

10:00am-12:45pm O’CAIN A 6:45pm-9:30pm FACEY B

3.0 OC2272 3.0 OC2272

1:00pm-3:45pm 2:00pm-4:45pm

3.0 SAN206 3.0 SAN206

GRAY-ADAMS G ADAME A

Give us your best, we’ll give you a transfer advantage! The Honors Scholar Program (HSP) consists of courses specifically designed to develop exceptional talent and ability in highly motivated students. HSP offers a variety of transferable courses that satisfy general education requirements for UC and CSU. Honors scholars who complete the program in good standing are eligible for priority or guaranteed admission to certain prestigious four-year colleges and universities.

ART 103 Beginning Sculpture

(Materials Fee: $25.00) In this sculpture course students explore the language of three-dimensional form, structure, and space. CSU;UC (CAN ART 12)

Oceanside Campus 2214 TTH 2216 MW

9:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-3:45pm

HAYASHI Y HAYASHI Y

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

2296 MW 10:00am-1:20pm NERI G THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

3.0 OC2101 3.0 OC2101 3.0 SAN206

ART 157 Art Orientation

• Admission Requirements: 3.0 GPA and English 100 eligible.

Oceanside Campus

• Downloadable applications available at the HSP web site: www.miracosta.edu/honors.

An overview of the field of art, covering elements of form, subject, and various media. CSU;UC 2219 TTH 2218 MW 2220 T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2277 F

10:30am-11:45am DELANEY S 3.0 OC3205 1:00pm-2:15pm DELANEY S 3.0 OC3205 6:30pm-9:15pm GOELTZENLEUCH 3.0 OC3205 10:00am-12:45pm CONTRERAS J

Deadline to apply for fall is August 1, 2008

3.0 SAN606

ONLINE

Honors Courses for Fall 2008:

2290 TBA MCDERMOTT T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

ANTH 101, ART 260, ENGL 201, FILM 101, GEOL 101, HIST 100, PSYC 101, SOC 101

ART 158 Traditional Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

An introduction to art of Africa, Oceania, and the Pre-Columbian Americas. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus 2221 MW

1:30pm-2:45pm

BUOTE M

Honors Courses for Spring 2009: ADM 100, ANTH 102, BIO 202, ENGL 201, HIST 101, HUMN 101, MUS 115, PSYC 104, SOC 104

3.0 SAN606

**Students must take a lecture class concurrently with the HSP addendum.**

Go to

For additional information contact the Honors Office (760) 795-6878 or the University Transfer Center (760) 795-6880.

surf.miracosta.edu for the most up-to-date class information.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

25

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Honors Scholar Program

OC2242 OC2242 OC2242 OC2242 OC2242


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Art

ART 203 Life Drawing

ART 207 Beginning Photography

The human figure is the subject of this drawing course. Students work from a nude model using a variety of media including charcoal and pastels. CSU;UC (CAN ART 24)

SAN ELIJO Campus +2284 MW

6:45pm-9:30pm

WHEELDEN M

Oceanside Campus

3.0 SAN205

*+2309 TWTH 3:30pm-5:35pm CHRISTOPHER R 3.0 CCA (09/02-12/16) This class meets at Canyon Crest Academy. Class will not meet November 11 and the week of November 24. Canyon Crest Academy is located at the east end of Del Mar Heights Road where it becomes Village Center Loop Road. Address: 5951 Village Center Loop Road, San Diego, CA 92130

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2273 MW 2:00pm-5:20pm NEMOUR L THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15). +2280 TTH 6:15pm-9:30pm RAMOS D THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

Instructor

Units

Room

Study of the camera, black/white film processing and printing, lighting techniques, and presentation. CSU;UC (CAN ART 18)

Canyon Crest Academy

ALL COURSES

Time

Art

2455 2232 2234 2236

TTH F MW MW

8:30am-11:15am 9:00am-2:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

JONES P CHAVEZ III P JONES P BURNS W

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC2272 OC2272 OC2242 OC2272

ART 208 Advanced Photography

Intermediate and advanced instruction in creative black and white photography. Explores the possibilities of the use of visual language in relation to thought processes. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ART 207.

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC2269 3.0 OC2269

+2453 TTH +2303 F +2238 MW +2451 MW

8:30am-11:15am 9:00am-2:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

JONES P CHAVEZ III P JONES P BURNS W

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC2272 OC2272 OC2242 OC2272

ART 210 Printmaking

ART 204 Painting

Introduces woodcut, etching, lithography, and contemporary printmaking techniques. CSU;UC (CAN ART 20)

Students will study past and present practices in painting working from various subjects which may include still life, landscape, figures, or portraits either from life or two-dimensional references using oils or acrylic as determined by instructor. CSU;UC (CAN ART 10) ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2240 TTH 1:00pm-4:15pm RICHARDS T THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

3.0 OC2242

ART 216 Advanced Sculpture

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2222 MW 10:00am-12:55pm NEMOUR L 3.0 OC2269 +11.25 hours to be arranged for required field trips. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

(Materials Fee: $25.00) Exploration and refinement in a wide range of sculptural techniques and strategies. Course will include 3-D art theory. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ART 103.

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Oceanside Campus

+2226 F 9:00am-3:45pm NUGENT K +4.5 hours of field trips to be arranged. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +2224 TTH 9:30am-12:45pm NEMOUR L THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

+2242 MW 9:00am-11:45am HAYASHI Y This section will emphasize ceramic sculpture. +2244 TTH 9:00am-11:45am HAYASHI Y +2301 MW 1:00pm-3:45pm HAYASHI Y

3.0 SAN205 3.0 SAN205

3.0 OC2101 3.0 OC2101 3.0 OC2101

ART 223 Woodworking and Furniture Design

Composition, techniques, and theory of painting using watercolor/waterbase media. CSU;UC

(Materials Fee: $25.00) Develops an understanding of the nature of wood, mechanics of shaping and joining, plus safe use of hand and power tools. CSU

Oceanside Campus

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

ART 205 Waterbase Media

+2228 F

9:00am-2:45pm

ADAMS D

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2305 TTH 2:00pm-5:15pm RAMOS D Emphasis: Acrylic Paint THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

+2246 TTH 6:30pm-9:45pm ANDERSON J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

3.0 OC2242

ART 225 Ceramics

3.0 OC2269

(Materials Fee: $25.00) Emphasis on creative use of ceramic material and techniques. Fee does not include costs to purchase clay. CSU;UC (CAN ART 6)

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Oceanside Campus

+2230 F 9:00am-3:45pm NUGENT K 3.0 SAN205 +4.5 hours of field trips to be arranged. Emphasis in Acrylic Paint. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

+2250 MW +2252 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus +2248 F

ART 206 Figure Painting

9:00am-11:45am 6:45pm-9:30pm

HAYASHI Y BERNING T

3.0 OC2101 3.0 OC2104

9:00am-2:45pm

BERNING K

3.0 SAN206

Working from a posed model, students explore various approaches to the representation of the human figure. Media may include oils, acrylics, ink, watercolor, or pastels as directed by the instructor. CSU;UC ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 204.

ART 245 Introduction to Digital Arts

SAN ELIJO Campus

Oceanside Campus

+2282 MW

6:45pm-9:30pm

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

WHEELDEN M

+2275 MW 2:00pm-5:20pm NEMOUR L THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15). +2278 TTH 6:15pm-9:30pm RAMOS D THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

3.0 OC2101

Provides hands-on experience with personal computers working with paint systems, design elements and color printers. Introduces applications for animation, music, video, and electronic presentations. CSU;UC

3.0 SAN205

+2291 TTH

3:00pm-5:45pm

NERI G

3.0 OC2272

3.0 OC2269 3.0 OC2269

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Art ART 247 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

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Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop. Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU

Oceanside Campus

2262 2263 2264 2265

T W F T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2266 MW 2267 TH

9:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-3:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

MALONE J MALONE J BRIZENDINE D CLEVELAND K

10:30am-11:45am CLEVELAND K 1:00pm-3:45pm MALONE J

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC4607 OC4607 OC4610 OC4607

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3.0 SAN108 3.0 SAN108

2268 TBA BRIZENDINE D 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

• Online advising – ask a counseling question online. • A.A. degree and certificate requirements.

LATE-START/Online

• General Education guidelines for CSU and UC.

2269 TBA MALONE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/9-12/19).

• CSU Mentor – Explore CSU campuses, apply online and more. • Pathways – UC’s online undergraduate admission information and application network.

ART 248 Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

• Prep-for-the-major agreements between MiraCosta and CSU/UC.

Introduction to the computer graphics software program, Adobe Illustrator. Students use computer techniques to create vector graphic designs (company logos, product promotion, and 3-D packaging) for print publishing, web graphics, and commercial use. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects.

Oceanside Campus 2270 W

6:45pm-9:30pm

GRAY-ADAMS G

• AICCU – 76 independent California colleges and universities. • Valuable student forms and much more!

Check it out today!

3.0 OC4607

ONLINE

2272 TBA MALONE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2271 TH 9:00am-12:25pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

3.0 OC4607

LATE-START/Online

2300 TBA O’BARR C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

ART 251 Digital Photography

Study of the digital camera, photographic principles, image editing techniques, printing and presentation. CSU;UC ADVISORY: ART 207, and ART 247 or MAT 110.

Oceanside Campus 2286 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2298 F

12:00pm-2:45pm

JONES P

3.0 OC2272

9:00am-2:45pm

WALKER R

3.0 SAN108

Get involved! School isn’t just about classes…it’s about developing leadership skills, taking an active role in the college community, learning more about things that interest you, making friends and having fun!

ART 252 Digital Imaging 3: Advanced Photoshop

Associated Students

Advanced digital imaging techniques using Adobe Photoshop. Students will acquire higher level skills for color corrections, complex compositing, and special effects while practicing short-cut techniques for production. Multiple projects address preparation of digital files for printing at service bureaus and screen delivery such as the World Wide Web. PREREQUISITE: ART 247 or MAT 110.

Oceanside Campus 2254 T

6:45pm-9:30pm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

BRUINGTON N

Here’s an opportunity to meet other students, help plan campus activities and make decisions about campus issues on behalf of the student body at large. Call AS at (760) 795-6891.

Student Clubs

3.0 OC4622

+ Repeatable course

If you have a special interest, chances are there will be a club of interest to you at MiraCosta. And if there isn’t, start a new one! Call Student Activities at (760) 795-6890.

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ART 254 Understanding and Appreciating the Photographic Image

A survey of the history of still photography from the discipline’s inception to the present digital age. Explores photographs in historical, socio-political, and cultural contexts with an emphasis on the evolution of photographic images, process, delivery, and meaning. CSU;UC

Do you study hard but fail the test? Do you read and reread but “still not get it?”

Oceanside Campus 2255 W

6:45pm-9:30pm

FERRERIA C

3.0 OC3205

ART 258 Ancient to Gothic Art

Survey of Western art from prehistoric through Gothic. CSU;UC (CAN ART 2; ART 258 + ART 259 = CAN ART SEQ A)

Oceanside Campus 2256 TTH 2257 MW

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am

DELANEY S DELANEY S

3.0 OC3205 3.0 OC3205

ART 259 History of Renaissance to Modern Art

Survey of Western art history from Renaissance to early Twentieth Century. CSU;UC (CAN ART 4; ART 258 + ART 259 = CAN ART SEQ A)

If so, MiraCosta offers a class for you, SPEC 860, Educational Planning and Assessment. In this class, you can explore your unique learning needs and be assessed for a learning disability such as dyslexia.

Oceanside Campus 2258 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 2295 MW

10:30am-11:45am DELANEY S

3.0 OC3205

9:00am-10:15am

3.0 SAN606

BUOTE M

ONLINE

2457 TBA MCDERMOTT T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Stop by Disabled Student Programs and Services in Bldg. 3000 or call (760) 795-6658 and make an appointment with a counselor today.

ART 260 History of Modern Art

Survey of western modern art from Impressionism to post World War II. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2259 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 2260 TH

4:00pm-5:15pm

MULLER G

3.0 OC3205

6:45pm-9:30pm

ABEL J

3.0 SAN606

ART 260HSP Honors Scholars Program for ART 260

Student Health Services

COREQUISITE: ART 260.

Oceanside Campus

Nurse Services

Personal Counseling

• Health assessments • Immunizations

• Available on the San Elijo and Oceanside campuses

• Pregnancy tests

Physician Services

• First aid

• Available on the Oceanside Campus only

• TB skin tests

2261 TBA TBA 0.0 TBA For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

ART 295 Professional Practices and Portfolio Development in Visual Art

Designed for the student artist, this course examines professional practices, career goals, and educational choices in the visual arts. Students will produce a professional portfolio. Required visits to galleries, museums, artist studios, and design businesses.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

• Blood pressure checks • Free condoms

2458 MW 2:00pm-5:20pm O’CAIN A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

Hours: San Elijo Student Center M, W, Th: 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Oceanside Building 3300 M, T, W, Th: 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. F: 8 a.m.- 12 noon

3.0 OC2272

Asian Studies ASIA 105 Asian Philosophy and Religion

An interdisciplinary survey of the philosophical and religious thought of South and East Asia and its application in theory and practice in traditional Asian societies. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 1929 TTH

10:30am-11:45am SCOTT JAMES

3.0 OC3103

For more information, or an appointment call: (760) 795-6675

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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Astronomy

Automotive Technology

ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy

AUTO 151 Automotive Technology: Engine Performance

Introductory course surveying a broad range of astronomical topics including light and telescopes, the solar system and its components, planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology. Emphasizes the nature and process of science. Not open to students with credit in ASTR 201. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Oceanside Campus 1695 MW 1696 M

SAN ELIJO Campus 1697 TTH 1698 T

10:30am-11:45am FRENCH R 6:45pm-9:30pm MAIS D

3.0 OC4526 3.0 OC3516

1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

3.0 SAN401 3.0 SAN406

FRENCH R FITZGERALD B

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Designed to prepare students for employment as tune-up technicians. Internal combustion engine, lubrication and cooling, fuel, ignition, emission control, and computer control systems will be covered in-depth. Prepares students to pass National Automotive Service Excellence Test in engine performance (A8).

Oceanside Campus 1173

7:00pm-9:45pm 7:00pm-9:45pm

TBA FRENCH R

3.0 OC4801

Oceanside Campus 1184

Oceanside Campus

1.0 OC4612 1.0 OC4612

1238 MW

1:00pm-3:45pm 6:00pm-8:45pm

8:00am-12:45pm

VAIL S

10.0 OC4010

6:00pm-8:45pm

TBA

3.0 OC4010

AUTO 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1175 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Topics include care and preventive maintenance of the automobile; maintenance of tires, wheels, brakes, suspensions, fuels, oil and lubricants, smog devices, basic engine performance and automotive electronic procedures and safety factors. CSU TTH TTH

MTWT

Prepares students for entry-level positions as transmission technicians. All aspects of manual transmissions and transaxles will be covered, as well as clutch and driveline service. Students will prepare for the A3 Manual Transmission ASE examination.

Automotive Technology

1171 1186

10.0 OC4016 OC4001

AUTO 155 Manual Transmissions and Transaxles

AUTO 102 Preventive Maintenance and Engine Performance

Oceanside Campus

KATSON P

Covers the theory, operation, and service of the automotive suspension, steering, brake, ABS, and traction control systems. The latest computerized alignment equipment and computerized wheel balancing will be used. Prepares students for Automotive Service Excellence tests in suspension and steering (A4) and brakes (A5).

Hands-on intro to observational astronomy. Observations of the night sky with the naked eye, binoculars, and small telescopes. Studies of light and optics, the earth, sun, moon, stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ASTR 101 or ASTR 201. COREQUISITE: ASTR 101 or ASTR 201 if prerequisite not met. 1700 M 1701 W

MTWT 8:00am-9:00am &MTWT 9:00am-12:45pm

AUTO 152 Automotive Technology: Suspension and Brakes

ASTR 101L Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory

Oceanside Campus

Room

WILLIAMS A TBA

4.0 OC4001 4.0 OC4001

AUTO 120 Automotive Brakes

Covers the complete brake system, its theory and service, including ABS and traction control systems. Prepares students for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in brakes and the California class “C” brake adjusters license.

Oceanside Campus 1178

M

6:00pm-9:45pm

WILLIAMS A

A class exploring the universe… for non-scientists

2.0 OC4001

AUTO 130 Basic Automotive Tune-Up

Theory and operation of the internal combustion engine. Covers ignition, fuel, emission control, and computerized systems. Prepares students for the study of Automotive Tune-Up and Diagnosis.

Oceanside Campus 1176

W

6:00pm-8:45pm

WILLIAMS A

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus 1180

S 8:00am-11:45am TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).

Learn about the stars, planets, galaxies and more while satisfying the GE physical science lecture credit for your AA degree and/or transfer.

2.0 OC4001

Descriptive Astronomy (ASTR 101), section 1699, is a late-start class starting Sept. 8 at the Oceanside Campus.

2.0 OC4001

AUTO 135 Auto Electronic Fundamentals

Covers the fundamentals of electricity, electromagnetism, electromagnetic induction, electronics, and D/C and A/C current theory. Prepares students for the study of automotive electrical and electronic control systems.

Oceanside Campus 1182

TTH

6:00pm-8:45pm

TBA

Join the staff of the Chariot, MiraCosta College’s student newspaper, this fall! Earn internship credit or a

4.0 OC4010

scholarship, make new friends and get involved in the college. For more information, e-mail mccchariot@yahoo.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6254.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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1699 MW 2:30pm-4:05pm FRENCH R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

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BIO 101 General Biology

This introductory course prepares students for higher level biology courses required for biology/health science and related majors. It emphasizes basic biological principles, often using the human as the organism of focus. Concepts are applied in a real-world context to develop the student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. Meets the GE science lecture requirements for CSU and UC . CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in BIO 101L strongly recommended. Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Suggested course sequence for transfer students: SEMESTER 1:

CHEM 108 and one of the following:* BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103, BIO 105, BIO 150 or BIO 170 SEMESTER 2:

Oceanside Campus

CHEM 110 and BIO 202

SEMESTER 3:

CHEM 111 and BIO 204**

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Biological Sciences

Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses. You should also contact your transfer university and/or a counselor at the MiraCosta University Transfer Center (ext. 6880) to determine the appropriate course sequence.

2134 2143 2182 2136 2137 2139 2140 2141 2144

MW S F MW TTH TTH MW T TH

SAN ELIJO Campus

*Students may also use MATH 101 to meet the prerequisites for BIO 202, though some prior course work in biology is strongly recommended.

**Students may also need BIO 220 to satisfy prerequisites for upper-division biology course work at some institutions.

2133 2135 2138 2183 2142

MW TTH MW TTH W

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 12:00pm-1:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 2:30pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm 6:45pm-9:45pm

CUNNINGHAM K CHEN B WOO M CUNNINGHAM K BARRAL A MARBEY D TBA ANTONIADES E TBA

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3606 OC3606 OC3606 OC3606 OC4809 OC3606 OC3606 OC3606 OC3606

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 1:30pm-2:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

BAUGHMAN G SUZUKI E BAUGHMAN G DORNER M KURZ-CAMACHO

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

SAN401 SAN401 SAN401 SAN401 SAN401

BIO 101L General Biology Laboratory

Laboratory to accompany BIO 101. Provides participation in experiments, demonstrations, and discussions. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: BIO 101. COREQUISITE: BIO 101 if prerequisite not met.

Allied Health Majors

Oceanside Campus

Suggested course sequence for students entering R.N., B.S. in nursing, dental hygiene or physician assistant programs:

SEMSTER 1:

BIO 101 + 101L*

BIO 210 or BIO 210 + 220 SEMESTER 3:

2146 2185 2150 2152

F TH M T

9:00am-11:45am 9:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-3:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

HOLLAND A MYERS M WOO M CUNNINGHAM K LEE M WEST J

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

OC4522 OC4522 OC4522 OC4522 OC4522 OC4522

9:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-3:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

DORNER M SUZUKI E KURZ-CAMACHO WOO M

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

SAN402 SAN402 SAN402 SAN402

BIO 102 Ecology and Environmental Biology

BIO 220

BIO 230

T F F TH M W

SAN ELIJO Campus

SEMESTER 2:

SEMESTER 4:

2145 2184 2147 2148 2149 2151

A general education course for non-biology majors. Uses interdisciplinary approach to environmental science; covers topics such as population growth, resource use, pollution, biodiversity and extinction. Meets the GE science lab requirement. Includes field trips to local venues. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

SEMESTER 3:

BIO 230

Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses. You should also contact your transfer university to determine any additional prerequisites that may be completed at MiraCosta.

Oceanside Campus 2155 TTH &T

*The BIO 101 Lab is recommended to enhance success in BIO 101 and in future lab-based courses.

10:30am-11:45am CUNNINGHAM K 4.0 OC3606 1:00pm-3:45pm OC4522

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

2509 MW 10:30am-12:05pm WEST J &W 1:00pm-4:10pm THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

4.0 S AN401 SAN402

BIO 103 Animal Diversity

Introductory course in biology with a focus on animals. Evolution, ecology, behavior, physiology, and development covered. CSU;UC - credit limitation

New to MiraCosta College?

ONLINE

2157 TBA IHARA J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree. The orientation schedule is on page 10. No appointment is necessary. It’s free. You can also “attend” orientation online:

www.miracosta.edu/onlineorientation Get off to a good start. Pencil in an orientation date on your calendar!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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BIO 105 Genes and Technology in Society

BIO 210 Human Anatomy

Introductory course in biology with a focus on the applications and implications of biology and biotechnology in medicine and agriculture. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL100. 2508 TBA BAUGHMAN G 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19). 2186 M 6:30pm-9:55pm HOLLAND A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

Oceanside Campus

3.0 SAN306

Explores the diversity of marine organisms and introduces basic biological and ecological concepts. Combining classroom investigation with field exploration, the laboratory emphasizes an understanding of the marine environment from the biology of marine organisms to the structure of coastal communities. CSU;UC 2160 MW &M

SAN ELIJO Campus 2158 TTH &T

10:30am-11:45am DONLEY J 12:30pm-3:15pm

4.0 OCT306 OC4522

10:30am-11:45am DONLEY J 12:30pm-3:15pm

4.0 SAN401 SAN402

SAN ELIJO Campus 2168 MW &MW

An introductory statistics course focused on experimental design and data analysis with application to biological and health sciences. Not open to students with credit in BIO 180/BTEC 180 or PSYC 104/SOC 104. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: BIO 101 or approved equivalent. 2191 TTH 6:00pm-9:15pm FINO M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

SAN ELIJO Campus 2162 MW &M

4.0 OC3609 OC4523

10:30am-11:45am IHARA J 1:00pm-3:45pm

4.0 SAN505 SAN402

Marine Biology (BIO 170) • Explore the diversity of life in the ocean. • Examine the unique and often strange adaptations of marine organisms to their dynamic environment. • Learn how physical factors such as tides influence the structure of marine habitats. • Fulfill your G.E. Life Science lecture and lab requirement.

Course covers the molecular and cellular half of biology, including biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 2; BIO 202 + 204 = CAN BIOL SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110. 2166 TTH &TH

4:30pm-5:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm

RICCITELLI M

4.0 SAN401 SAN402

• Explores the diversity of life, animal and plant interactions, evolution, extinction, local environmental biology and humanity’s place in the environment (sustainability).

BIO 204 Foundations of Biology: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics, and Molecular Biology

Oceanside Campus

TIFFANY B

• Lab portion includes field trips to local ecological reserves and lagoons.

4.0 OC4522

10:30am-11:45am IHARA J 1:00pm-3:45pm

8:00am-8:50am 9:00am-11:45am

• Fulfills your G.E. Life Science lecture and lab requirement for CSU and UC admission.

Course covers biological diversity, plant/animal physiology, evolutionary biology, behavior, and ecology. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 4; BIO 202 + 204 = CAN BIOL SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: Completion of college-level course work in biology with focus at organismal or populational level, e.g., BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103, BIO 150, BIO 170, or BIO 220. 2164 TTH &T

HAUGSNESS WH 4.0 OC3606 OC4514 HAUGSNESS WH 4.0 OC3606 OC4514 SANCHEZ A 4.0 OC3504 OC4514 THOMPSON S 4.0 OC3504 OC4523

• Popular entry-level class, great for non-biology majors.

BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and Organismal Biology

Oceanside Campus

8:00am-8:50am 9:00am-11:45am 8:00am-8:50am 9:00am-11:45am 12:00pm-12:50pm 1:00pm-3:45pm 5:30pm-6:20pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

BIO 102, Ecology & Environmental Biology

BIO 180 Biostatistics

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2170 MW &MW 2193 TTH &TTH 2187 MW &MW 2172 MW &MW

BIO/BTEC 180, Biostatistics

Get hands-on experience with statistical design and analysis and earn CSU credit for biology/ biotechnology majors.

4.0 OC3607 OC4050

Offered at night!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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BIO 170 Marine Biology

Oceanside Campus

Room

Study of the human body through a systemic approach, including microscopic and gross anatomy. The course will provide an introduction to techniques in dissection (cat) and study of prosected cadavers. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 10; BIO 210 + BIO 220 = CAN BIOL SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: BIO 101 or NURS 151 or a minimum 3-unit course in biology that includes curriculum which presents principles of cellular life.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

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BIO 220 Human Physiology

BTEC 180 Biostatistics

Emphasis is placed on the integration of body systems and interactions at the cellular and molecular levels for maintaining homeostasis. Students will have the opportunity to record and analyze their own physiological data. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 12; BIO 210 + BIO 220 = CAN BIOL SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: BIO 101 or BIO 204 or BIO 210. ADVISORY: CHEM 100 or CHEM 104.

Oceanside Campus 2189 TTH &TH 2174 TTH &TH 2176 TTH &TH

ALL COURSES

Time

Biological Sciences

SAN ELIJO Campus 2195 TTH &TH

9:00am-10:15am 10:30am-1:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 2:45pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

THOMFORD J

5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

DONLEY J

BURG M THOMFORD J

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

4.0 OC3606 OC4523 4.0 OC3606 OC4523 4.0 OC3606 OC4523

2440 TTH 6:00pm-9:15pm FINO M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

10:30am-11:45am KULKARNI H 1:00pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm TBA 6:45pm-9:30pm 5:00pm-6:15pm KULKARNI H 6:45pm-9:30pm

4.0 SAN407 SAN402

LATE-START/Online

2442 TBA FINO M 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/29-10/31).

BTEC 221 Bioprocessing: Cell Culture and Scale-up

A laboratory-based course focused on the use of cell culture techniques for the production of biological molecules. Students follow bioprocessing procedures using appropriate host cells to produce biologics and recombinant biomolecules in the laboratory.

5.0 OCT307 OC4514 5.0 OCT307 OC4514 5.0 OC4809 OC4514

Hybrid/Online

2443 W 5:30pm-9:45pm FINO M 1.5 OC4050 &TBA ONLINE (08/27-10/15) +1.5 hours weekly online. This course is divided into online and on-campus components. An orientation on how this hybrid class works will be held on the first day of class. For course information, go to www.miracosta.edu/home/mfino/btec221.htm

BTEC 110 Basic Techniques in Biotechnology

(Materials Fee: $30.00) Introductory course that focuses on basic laboratory techniques vital for employment in the bioscience/biotechnology industry. Techniques include documentation, solution preparation, cell culture, assay performance, purification of biomolecules, and gel electrophoresis. 2438 TTH

5:45pm-9:30pm

BAUGHMAN G

4.0 OC4522

Teaches practical applications of modern spreadsheets to handle and organize scientific data for analysis and display. ADVISORY: Working knowledge of desktop computing.

Biotechnology

Oceanside Campus

Room

BTEC 210 Data Analysis with Excel

Includes history, morphology and physiology of microbes; techniques of isolating, culturing, identifying and controlling of bacteria. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 14) PREREQUISITE: BIO 220 or CHEM 100 or CHEM 108 or CHEM 110. 2178 TTH &TTH 2180 TTH &TTH 2626 MW &MW

Units

An introductory statistics course focused on experimental design and data analysis with application to biological and health sciences. Not open to students with credit in BIO 180/BTEC 180 or PSYC 104/SOC 104. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: BIO 101 or approved equivalent.

BIO 230 Fundamentals of Microbiology

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

BTEC 222 Bioprocessing: Large Scale Purification

A laboratory-based course covering the large scale separation and purification of biological molecules. Students will learn and practice a variety of separations procedures to purify biologics and recombinant biomolecules produced in the laboratory.

4.0 OC4050

Hybrid/Online

BTEC 120 Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology

2445 W 5:30pm-9:45pm FINO M 1.5 OC4050 &TBA ONLINE +1.5 hours weekly online. This course is divided into online and on-campus components. An orientation on how this hybrid class works will be held on the first day of class. For course information, go to www.miracosta.edu/home/mfino/btec222.htm THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/22-12/10).

Introduction to business and regulatory practices in biotechnology.

LATE-START/Online

2437 TBA FINO M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

BTEC 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit.

Get hands-on scientific education for a dynamic and fast-growing career in Biotechnology.

Oceanside Campus

+2491 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Start with BTEC 110 Basic Techniques in Biotech (offered first time at night) and BTEC 120 Business and Regulatory Practices. All new electives are being offered this fall: BTEC 210 — online class, BTEC 221 and BTEC 222.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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Business Administration

BUS 117 Human Resources Management

BUS 140 Legal Environment of Business

Topics include motivation, job analysis, employee selection process and appraisal, training, payroll cost control systems, wage and salary administration, and union relations. Not open to students with credit in BUS117/HOSP 117.

Oceanside Campus 1302 W

6:45pm-9:30pm

SOZA R

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC4802

1314 TTH 1343 M

Covers economics, global markets, social responsibility, ownership forms, entrepreneurship, management, organization, employee relations, marketing, decision-making, accounting, and financial management. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus

Oceanside Campus

ONLINE

1304 TTH

SOZA R MOLINA J

3.0 OC4802 3.0 OCT306

9:00am-10:15am

SOZA R

3.0 SAN606

1313 MW 1322 W

Covers research, analyzing trends and competition, startup, business plans, franchises, legal issues, marketing, accounting, managing personnel. CSU 1305 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1306 M

10:30am-11:45am HATA C

3.0 OC4801

6:00pm-8:45pm

3.0 SAN302

APGER G

6:00pm-8:45pm

LEVY L

3.0 OC4801 3.0 OC4809

9:00am-10:15am 6:00pm-8:45pm

LUND E LUND E

3.0 SAN201 3.0 SAN606

Covers financial planning and budgeting topics: bank accounts and CDs, credit, credit cards, college funding, taxes, personal residence, property/ life/ health insurance, stocks/ bonds/ mutual funds, estate and retirement planning. CSU

ONLINE

1315 TBA SEVERANCE T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1326 TBA SEVERANCE T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Contemporary management issues including planning, organizing, leading, evaluating, hiring, training, teamwork, labor, and law. CSU 1318 T

HATA C HATA C

BUS 147 Personal Finance

BUS 131 Management Principles

SAN ELIJO Campus

1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

1312 TBA SEVERANCE T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1323 TBA SEVERANCE T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

BUS 130 Small Business Management

Oceanside Campus

Room

3.0 SAN308

BUS 160 International Business

BUS 132 Marketing

Covers segmenting, targeting, market research, buyer behavior, distribution, retailing, advertising, selling, and international issues. CSU

Overview of international business, trade, and globalization. Political systems, economics, law, culture, monetary and financial systems, investment, trade agreements, management, marketing, and operations.

SAN ELIJO Campus

ONLINE

1307 MW

10:30am-11:45am LOVEJOY N

3.0 SAN308

1316 TBA MOLINA J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

ONLINE

1308 TBA CUSHING B 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

BUS 170 Entrepreneur I

Practical business start-up topics for prospective entrepreneurs: successful traits and skills, finding and evaluating business ideas, starting or buying a business or franchise, market research, sales forecasting, distribution, pricing, promotion, advertising, selling.

BUS 135 Personal Selling

Covers professional selling techniques, motivation, persuasion, prospecting, interviewing, negotiating, handling concerns, obtaining referrals, telemarketing, and legal and ethical concerns.

Oceanside Campus 1309 T

6:45pm-9:30pm

NYDEGGER D

ONLINE

1317 TBA SEVERANCE T 1.5 ONLINE (08/25-10/18) This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

3.0 OC4802

BUS 136 Human Relations in Business

Covers motivation, values, attitudes, group behavior, teamwork, total quality, communication, productivity, conflict management, and change. CSU

Oceanside Campus 1310 MW

10:30am-11:45am SOZA R

BUS 171 Entrepreneur II

More practical business start-up topics: determining financing needs and sources, choosing a business entity and location, legal issues, organization and personnel, bookkeeping and financial management, risk analysis and insurance.

3.0 OC4802

BUS 137 Customer Service

Covers positive strategies for internal and external customers including mystery shopping, surveys, face-to-face, telephone, and internet delivery methods.

Oceanside Campus 1311

TTH

1:00pm-2:15pm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

SMITH K

LATE-START/Online

1319 TBA SEVERANCE T 1.5 ONLINE THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13). This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

3.0 OCT306

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SAN ELIJO Campus

9:00am-10:15am 6:00pm-8:45pm

Units

Covers courts, torts, crimes, contracts, sales, consumer protection, insurance, bankruptcy, agency, employment, business entities, secured transactions, real/personal property, landlord/tenant, wills/trusts. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 12)

BUS 120 Introduction to Business

1303 MW 1342 TH

Instructor


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BUS 290 Business Communication

BOT 102 10-Key

Effective written, oral and electronic communication through carefully organized and designed memos, letters, reports and presentations. CSU PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1324 TTH 1325 TH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1320 TTH

9:00am-10:15am 6:00pm-8:45pm

HICKMAN L HICKMAN L

10:30am-11:45am SOZA R

Units

Room

This course teaches only the 10-key pad on the computer keyboard. Students learn finger placement and practice numeric drills to build speed and accuracy. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Self-Paced

1374 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 OC4803B or SAN106 or CLC133 or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

3.0 OC4802 3.0 OC4802 3.0 SAN606

BUS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

ALL COURSES

Time

Business Administration

BOT 109 Becoming a Virtual Assistant

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1321 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Students will explore the career opportunities available to administrative support personnel offering their services in a virtual environment. This course provides information and guidance in creating the virtual office. ADVISORY: CIS100 Computer Applications or knowledge of basic software applications such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation media.

Self-Paced

1375 TBA STRIEBEL K 3.0 OC4803B or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in the BOT Model Office OC4803B. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

Business Office Technology Business Office Technology (BOT) Program courses are designed to provide students with basic entry-level skills for employment or foundation skills for business and computer application courses. All courses are offered in an eFlex, self-paced format and students will arrange a flexible schedule with the instructor. Courses are offered in the BOT Model Office 4803B at Oceanside, Lab 106 San Elijo, Lab 133 CLC, or online. Online Orientation and course syllabi can be found on the program website at www.miracosta.edu/home/kstriebel. Please contact the instructor, Kathy Striebel, at kstriebel@miracosta.edu for information on the BOT program courses or the self-paced, open entry format. Last day to enroll in an open entry course is 10/30/08.

BOT 110 Word Processing

Students practice the operations of a word processing application through document production assignments including electronic messages and Internet assignments. Lectures and supplemental information are included in Blackboard. ADVISORY: BOT 100 or at least 25 wpm keyboarding speed.

Self-Paced

1376 TBA STRIEBEL K 3.0 OC4803B or SAN106 or CLC133 or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

BOT 100 Beginning Keyboarding

Beginning keyboarding course for those who need to learn the alphabetic keys and basic keyboarding technique. Finger placement and accuracy are emphasized, not speed. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Self-Paced

1372 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 OC4803B or SAN106 or CLC133 or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

BOT 111 Machine Transcription

This introductory transcription course combines keyboarding, document formatting, and listening skills to produce business documents. Assignments also include a review of grammar, punctuation, word usage, and proofreading. ADVISORY: BOT 110.

Self-Paced

1377 TBA

BOT 101 Advanced Keyboarding

Advanced keyboarding course for those who wish to increase speed and accuracy. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

STRIEBEL K

1.0 OC4803B

BOT 112 Machine Calculation

Learn to use the 10 keypad on the computer keyboard to perform basic calculations. Assignments include 10 key drills, retail calculations, payroll, inventory, employment tests, checkbook balance, and petty cash register application

Self-Paced

1373 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 OC4803B or SAN106 or CLC133 or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

Self-Paced

1378 TBA

STRIEBEL K

1.0 OC4803B

BOT 113 Basic Office Skills

Course emphasizes practical applications needed for working in a business office. Information and drills on telephone techniques, filing, proofreading, office equipment, mailing procedures, and teamwork are included.

Self-Paced

1379 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 OC4803B or CLC133 or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Business Office Technology

Career and Life Planning

BOT 114 Legal Office Procedures

CRLP 100 Career and Life Planning

An introduction to legal procedures through assignments in legal terminology, document production, transcription, court documents, and office procedures. ADVISORY: BOT 110.

Self-Paced

1380 TBA

STRIEBEL K

SAN ELIJO Campus

1.5 OC4803B

2527 MW

10:30am-11:45am BADER E

Learn medical transcription fundamentals and procedures with assignments that emphasize medical terminology, editing, proofreading, and listening skills. ADVISORY: BOT 110 and BOT 111.

ONLINE

Self-Paced

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

STRIEBEL K

1.5 OC4803B

CRLP 101 Introduction to Career Planning

Self-Paced

ONLINE

3.0 OCT413

An introduction to the career planning process including self-assessment, career research, decision-making, and job search strategies. Stages of career development and the active management of one’s own career will be emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU

1382 TBA STRIEBEL K 3.0 OC4803B or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in the BOT Model Office OC4803B. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

1004 TBA BADER E 1.0 ONLINE (08/25-10/03) This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

BOT 117 Management Office Skills

1005 TTH 2:30pm-4:15pm ROSEN R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/02-09/25)

Course presents information and applications for attaining management skills needed in a business office. Assignments emphasize supervisory office skills such as communication, leadership, decision-making, and scheduling.

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

1006 TTH 8:30am-10:15am ROSEN R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-11/25) No class meetings on 10/30, 11/6, 11/13.

Self-Paced

1383 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 OC4803B or ONLINE All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in the BOT Model Office OC4803B. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

1.0 OC4801

1.0 SAN107

CRLP 102 Job Search Strategies

Designed to provide students with the skills and strategies to develop and implement a comprehensive job search plan. Topics include exploration of traditional and non-traditional job search strategies, labor market analysis, preparation of resume and cover letter, and development of effective interviewing skills. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

BOT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1384 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

LATE-START/Online

1007 TBA BADER E .5 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-10/03)

CRLP 103 Job Success Skills

Designed to introduce and develop the skills required for job success and satisfaction. Topics include an overview of desirable employee skills, behaviors, and attitudes; employer expectations; and preparation to transition from student life to professional life. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1008 T 2:30pm-4:15pm BADER E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/07-10/28)

Looking for a job? Job Search Strategies (CRLP 102) will teach you the most effective job search techniques and help you develop a superior resume and cover letter to impress employers, refine your interviewing skills and learn how to answer the tough questions.

.5 OC4801

New to MiraCosta College?

Once you’ve got the job:

Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree. The orientation schedule is on page 10. No appointment is necessary. It’s free. You can also “attend” orientation online:

Job Success Skills (CRLP 103) will help you learn which skills employers value most, improve your personal performance, and will highlight appropriate work attire and business etiquette.

www.miracosta.edu/onlineorientation Get off to a good start. Pencil in an orientation date on your calendar!

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2525 MW 12:00pm-1:35pm WILCOX D THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

This is an Administrative Assistant simulation course. Students can choose a career-specific simulation package in general office procedures, medical office procedures. Professional organization activities are included in course activities. Lectures and supplemental information are included in Blackboard. ADVISORY: BOT 100, BOT 110, CIS 100.

+ Repeatable course

3.0 SAN306

2524 TBA GLEASON B 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

BOT 116 Office Systems and Procedures

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Room

This course provides a comprehensive approach to career and life planning. Topics include assessment of interests, personality characteristics, transferable skills, work values, career exploration, decision-making, goal setting and planning, and job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on actively managing one’s career to achieve satisfaction through work and life balance. CSU

BOT 115 Medical Transcription

1381 TBA

Units


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Chemistry

CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry

CHEM 108 Preparatory Chemistry

Beginning course that teaches the student the language, materials, mathematics, and principles of chemistry. Designed for the non-chemistry major, and along with CHEM 102, makes up the “General-Organic-Biological” (GOB) sequence required for many allied health fields. While this course has no prerequisites, high school-level math skills are assumed. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN CHEM 6)

Oceanside Campus 2106 F &F 2108 T &TH 2104 M &W

ALL COURSES

Time

Chemistry

SAN ELIJO Campus 2110

M &W

9:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-3:45pm 2:00pm-4:45pm 2:00pm-4:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm

ASSADERAGHI

5:30pm-8:15pm 5:30pm-8:15pm

TBA

MCMAHON S FRYSZMAN O

4.0 OC4526 OC4501 4.0 OC4016 OC4505 4.0 OC4505 OC3609

Oceanside Campus 2112

3:00pm-5:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm

2128 TTH 2113

9:00am-10:15am 11:00am-1:45pm

GOUETH P

1:00pm-2:15pm

3.0 SAN308

LEE N

MW 6:45pm-8:20pm FRYSZMAN O THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

3.0 OCT306

Study of fundamental principles and their applications. Chemical calculations are emphasized. Laboratory assignments complement the work in class. CSU;UC (CAN CHEM 2; CHEM 110 + CHEM 111 = CAN CHEM SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: CHEM 108 or one year of high school chemistry, and MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: CHEM 108 strongly recommended if it has been four or more years since chemistry course.

4.0 OC3609 OC4505

Oceanside Campus 2116 2118

Course surveys chemical principles involved in the functioning of living organisms, with emphasis on the human body. Includes both lecture and laboratory components, and meets the needs of many students in certain nursing and other allied health programs (check with program advisor or transfer institution for specific information on transferability). Students cannot take CHEM 104 if CHEM 102 has been completed. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: High School level math skills. 2131 MW &MW

3.0 OCT306

CHEM 110 General Chemistry

CHEM 104 Chemistry of Living Things (Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry)

Oceanside Campus

Room

10:30am-11:45am LEE N

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

4.0 SAN407 SAN402

ROBERTSON D

TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus

Teaches students to identify names, structures and reactions of organic and biochemistry. Emphasizes evaluating the carbon-based chemicals encountered daily, especially compounds used in medicine, our food supply, and energy. Last course “General-Organic-Biochemistry” sequence required for many allied health fields. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN CHEM 8) PREREQUISITE: CHEM 100 or CHEM 108 or CHEM 110 with a grade of “C” or better. 2126 M &W

Units

Provides skills in problem-solving, math, critical thinking, and abstract visualization used in CHEM 110. Historical development of chemistry, graphing and measurements, dimensional analysis, atomic theory, nomenclature, quantum theory, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, bonding theory, Lewis structures, and the relationship between chemistry and society. (Not open to students with credit in CHEM 110.) CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. COREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B if prerequisite not met.

CHEM 102 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

MW &MW TTH &TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2114

TTH &TTH

1:30pm-2:45pm 3:00pm-5:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

BYRNES C PICKHAM K

8:30am-11:15am GOUETH P 11:30am-12:45pm

5.0 OC3609 OC4501 5.0 OC4016 OC4501 5.0 SAN402 SAN302

CHEM 111 General Chemistry

Continuation of CHEM 110. Covers kinetics, equilibrium, nuclear reactions, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and organic chemistry. CSU;UC (CAN CHEM 4; CHEM 110 + CHEM 111 = CAN CHEM SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110 with a grade of “C” or better.

5.0 OCT306 OC4501

Oceanside Campus 2120 TTH &TTH 2129 MW &MW

10:30am-11:45am YEAGER M 12:00pm-2:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm LEE N 6:45pm-9:30pm

5.0 OC3101 OC4501 5.0 OC4529 OC4501

CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I

Nursing majors who plan to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at CSUSM or SDSU may take

Introduction to organic chemistry compounds, structure, nomenclature, reactions and reaction mechanisms for alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, alkyl halides, elimination and nucleophilic substitution reactions, and aromatic compounds and reactions. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110 with a grade of “C” or better. ADVISORY: CHEM 111.

CHEM 104 Chemistry of Living Things or a two-course sequence of CHEM 100 + 102 for CSUSM or 108 + 102 for SDSU to fulfill the chemistry requirement.

Oceanside Campus 2122 MW &MW 2124 TTH &TTH

10:30am-11:45am ROBERTSON D 12:00pm-2:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm KOLONKO K 6:45pm-9:30pm

5.0 OC3609 OC4505 5.0 OC3609 OC4505

Go to

surf.miracosta.edu for the most up-to-date class information.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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Child Development

Child Development

CHLD 105 Program Planning and Curriculum Methods

CHLD 140 Children’s Literature and Language

In-depth study of early childhood program planning and developmentally appropriate practices. Includes consideration of philosophy, design of the environment, materials and resources, daily schedule, goals and objectives, curriculum and adaptations, and methods of assessing learning. CSU

Oceanside Campus 1752 MW 1753 W

10:30am-11:45am WHITNEY M 6:45pm-9:30pm ANDERSON L

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus 1764

3.0 OC8001 3.0 OC8001

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus 1765

F 9:00am-12:25pm SACHS R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

3.0 OC8001

CHLD 200 Early Childhood Observation FAUMUINA J

Enhances knowledge of developmental norms and the typical and atypical functioning of children from infancy through the early school years. CSU ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

3.0 OC8001

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1755 T 1:00pm-4:10pm KENSEL E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus 1766

3.0 OC8001

CHLD 111 Programs for Infants and Toddlers

HANLEY A

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1757 S 8:00am-2:35pm HANLEY A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/25-12/13).

3.0 OC8001 TBA

CHLD 205 Health and Safety Issues in Childhood

Introductory focus on the growth and development of children birth through three years of age, including early learning environments and experiences. Designed to meet state licensing requirements. 6:45pm-9:30pm

TH 6:45pm-9:00pm SACHS R &TBA +3 hours weekly to be arranged. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

Designed to give those who care for children an overview of health and safety issues including child abuse, laws, and reporting procedures. Students will be certified in CPR and First Aid training. An additional fee will be charged for CPR and First Aid certification. CSU

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC8001

1768

TTH

10:30am-11:45am KENSEL E

3.0 OC8001

3.0 OC8001

CHLD 112 Child Growth and Development

Study of the child from conception through six years of age. Principles of child growth and development including physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional realms within cultural and family contexts. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1758 TH

6:45pm-9:30pm

WARE M

3.0 OC3201

Attention child development students:

CHLD 113 Child and Adolescent Growth and Development

You can get reimbursed for college expenses!

Study of the child from conception through adolescence. Principles of human development with emphasis on cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development within cultural and family contexts. Not open to students with credit in CHLD 113/PSYC 113. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1759 MW 1760 W

ONLINE

1761

9:00am-10:15am 3:00pm-5:45pm

SKEMP P PACIOREK L

MiraCosta has a grant from the Child Development Training Consortium to reimburse students for college expenses. Funded by the California Department of Education, Child Development Division, the Consortium was created to address the critical shortage of qualified child care workers in California and reimburses educational expenses for students who work directly with children in a licensed or license-exempt (e.g., military) child care program. This includes private and public infant, toddler, and preschool centers, family child care programs, before/after school child care programs, and kindergarten classrooms (aide positions). Students must be taking classes (all classes except physical education count) and working toward a child development permit.

3.0 OC8001 3.0 OC8001

TBA SKEMP P 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

CHLD 121 Human Development

This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Amount of reimbursement depends upon the number of applicants and the size of the grant for that semester, but generally students can expect to have their fees reimbursed.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus 1762

MW 2:00pm-3:15pm KELLEY R 3.0 OC3516 As a late start course, this class will make up the six hours of class meeting time that did not occur during the first two weeks. This will be done using an online format, that is spread out evenly across the semester. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

SAN ELIJO Campus 1763

TTH

10:30am-11:45am TBA

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Your child development instructor will hand out a “Participant Profile” application form at the beginning of each semester, so once you are enrolled in a child development course you will receive more information on the program.

3.0 SAN505

+ Repeatable course

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6:45pm-9:30pm

Design, implementation, and evaluation of developmentally appropriate classroom guidance and discipline strategies. CSU

1756 T

3.0 SAN505

Development of an early childhood music and movement curriculum.

CHLD 109 Child Behavior and Guidance

Oceanside Campus

TH 6:15pm-9:40pm ANDERSON L THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

CHLD 160 Music and Movement for Young Children

Overview of curriculum and development of play materials and activities for young children. Includes philosophy of play, developmentally and culturally appropriate practices, and designing curriculum based on observation and assessment of young children. 1754 M

Room

Emphasis on oral communication using story telling, puppets, films, conversations, and dramatic play. CSU ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

CHLD 106 Educational Play: Materials

Oceanside Campus

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CHLD 210 Child, Family, and Community

CHLD 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1769

TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1770 T

9:00am-10:15am

KENSEL E

3.0 OC8001

6:45pm-9:30pm

WARE M

3.0 SAN505

1772 TBA MOORE V 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Chinese Study of Mandarin writing system. Speaking and pronunciation, reading, and writing. Films and readings on Chinese culture and civilization. CSU;UC

Development of effective partnerships between teachers and parents; examination of cultural beliefs, attitudes, and practices to improve home-school communication; knowledge of community resources supporting parents and professionals. 2502 T

6:45pm-9:30pm

ANDERSON L

Oceanside Campus 1009 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1011

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3.0 OC3102

Oceanside Campus

Supervised experience in designated early childhood education settings. CSU

Oceanside Campus

1775 T 5:00pm-5:50pm WHITNEY M 3.0 OC8001 &TBA TBA +6 hours weekly by arrangement. Students will be assigned to serve as interns at the Child Development Center at MiraCosta College either two mornings or two afternoons per week. There is an option for student placement with a Mentor Teacher in a designated community child development program (days and time TBA). Please attend the first class meeting and see the course instructor for specific hours and placement options.

1259 1249 1250 1251 1252 1253 1254 1255 1256 1257 1258

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SAN ELIJO Campus 1260 1261 1262 1263 1264

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9:00am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 12:00pm-1:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 1:30pm-2:45pm 2:30pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

ANDERSON T WRIGHT K ANDERSON T PERKINS P WRIGHT K SPERLA M WRIGHT K PERKINS P YOUNG N MILZ R MCCLURE J

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3501 OC3501 OC3516 OC3515 OC3501 OC3501 OC3501 OC3501 OC3501 OC3501 OC3501

9:00am-10:15am 10:30am-11:45am 12:00pm-1:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

ARENIVAR S ARENIVAR S ARENIVAR S EIDSMORE J SMITH N

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

SAN507 SAN507 SAN507 SAN606 SAN507

CHLD 293 Topics in Child Development: Env Rating Scales - Early Chld

Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of CHLD 293, CHLD 296.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

COMM 106 Group Communication

Introduces students to group communication processes and principles, and the necessary role of discussion in society. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 10) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

1.0 OC8001

Oceanside Campus

Make parents your partners— learn effective communication skills in Parent/Teacher Partnerships: CHILD 230.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

4.0 SAN506

Provides experience in creating and delivering oral presentations; covers organization and support of ideas, and effective delivery. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 4) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

CHLD 270 Preschool Teacher Internship

+1777 S 9:00am-12:45pm ETIENNE B THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/27-10/18).

TBA

COMM 101 Oral Communication

Includes development of policies, equipping the environment, planning educational, nutritional and health services, financing and budgeting. CSU ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1774

4.0 OC3103

Communication

CHLD 250 Administration of Child Development Programs

Oceanside Campus

KUAN RODERIC

Continued study of Mandarin writing system, speaking and pronunciation, reading, and writing. Emphasis on oral practice and communication. Films and readings on Chinese culture and civilization. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: CHNS 101 or two years of high school Chinese.

3.0 OC3102

Principles of supervising early childhood student teachers and characteristics of classroom teachers as mentors to new teachers. 1773 M 6:45pm-8:55pm SACHS R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

6:00pm-8:15pm

CHNS 102 Elementary Chinese II (Second Semester)

CHLD 245 Mentor Teacher

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Room

CHNS 101 Elementary Chinese I (First Semester)

CHLD 230 Parent / Teacher Partnerships

Oceanside Campus

Units

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1778 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

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MARTIN P SPERLA N YOUNG N MILZ R

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

9:00am-10:15am 6:45pm-9:30pm

ARENIVAR S SMITH N

3.0 SAN507 3.0 SAN606

TBA: to be arranged

OC3515 OC3106 OC3501 OC3501

CSU; UC: Transferable course


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COMM 110 Voice and Diction

CIS 100 Computer Applications

Emphasizes training to improve the speaking voice in quality, flexibility, and effectiveness. CSU;UC (CAN DRAM 6)

Oceanside Campus 2631 TTH

12:00pm-1:15pm

WILLIAMS T

3.0 OC2011

Introduction to the oral interpretation and analysis of literary works through development of vocal expressiveness, variety, and flexibility. CSU;UC 2632 MW 10:30am-12:05pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

Oceanside Campus +1392 TTH +1393 MW +1394 W

3.0 OC2011

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COMM 120 Principles of Human Communication

+1396 TTH

1271 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1272 TTH

5:00pm-6:15pm

MCCLURE J

10:30am-11:45am EIDSMORE J

12:00pm-1:15pm

STEPHENSON D

3.0 OCT313 3.0 SAN407

3.0 OC3106

SAN ELIJO Campus 1277 MW

9:00am-10:15am 2:30pm-3:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

MOURA N SPERLA M SMITH D

3.0 OC3501 3.0 OC3516 3.0 OC3501

3:00pm-4:15pm

MARTIN P

3.0 SAN507

+1395 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 OC4803A or SAN106 or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

Development of critical thinking skills. Practice of creating and evaluating arguments. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 6) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1278 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1279 MW 1280 TTH

10:30am-11:45am MOURA N

3.0 OC3501

10:30am-11:45am ARENIVAR S 1:00pm-2:15pm ARENIVAR S

3.0 SAN507 3.0 SAN507

CIS 101 Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems

Course covers the concepts of information systems including development and implementation as well as data storage, processing, and communications. Students are also introduced to financial analysis and database management tools such as Microsoft Excel and Access. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN BUS 6)

COMM 220 Introduction to Mass Communication

Covers the role and impact of mass media in the United States. CSU;UC (CAN JOUR 4) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1283 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1284 MW

3.0 SAN108

Flexible Learning

COMM 212 Argumentation

Oceanside Campus

PARKS M

+1398 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 ONLINE This is a late-start section, beginning Monday, September 8. This section will be taught entirely on the Internet. Students must have access to a PC with Microsoft Office Professional 2007. Enrolled students must complete the signup exercise at www.miracosta. edu/home/sisachsen/cis100onlineonly by Thursday, September 4, or they will be dropped from the class. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Study of the communication process, perception, symbolic nature of language, and effects of communication on people in society. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1274 MW 1275 TTH 1276 W

9:00am-10:15am

LATE-START/Online

COMM 207 Interpersonal Communication

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC4804 3.0 OC4804 3.0 OC4804

+1397 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 ONLINE This section will be taught entirely on the Internet. Students must have access to a PC with Microsoft Office Professional 2007. Enrolled students must complete the signup exercise at www.miracosta. edu/home/sisachsen/cis100onlineonly by Thursday, August 21, or they will be dropped from the class.

Examination of the communication patterns of men and women including differences and similarities in verbal, nonverbal, leadership, conflict, and interpersonal styles. CSU;UC 1273 MW

NELSON G PARKS M LOUGHREY E

ONLINE

COMM 135 Gender Studies in Communication

Oceanside Campus

7:30am-8:45am 12:00pm-1:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

9:00am-10:15am

MOURA N

3.0 OC3501

1:30pm-2:45pm

MARTIN P

3.0 SAN507

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

ONLINE

1399 TBA BARNES S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 2579 TBA PORTO J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

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TBA: to be arranged

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ALL COURSES

Introductory course in human communication concepts and theories, with a focus on the role and significance of communication in and across different contexts. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus

Room

In this transfer course, students receive an overview of computer fundamentals. Software programs include Windows, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and the Internet. Note that this class will be taught using Microsoft Office 2007. This course prepares students for the CSUSM computer competency exam. COMPUTER BEGINNERS: SEE CIS 102. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN CSCI 2) ADVISORY: BOT 100.

COMM 111 Oral Interpretation of Literature

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Units


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CIS 102 Computer Literacy

CIS 105 Intermediate Computer Applications

This course is designed for the computer BEGINNER. Students receive an introduction to computer hardware and software including word processing, spreadsheet, and use of the Internet. Offered pass/no-pass only.

Oceanside Campus

+1401 MW 5:00pm-6:20pm (08/25-10/15)

NELSON G

Units

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Intermediate computer applications featuring the use and integration of word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics software and Internet functions. Note that this class will be taught using Microsoft Office 2007. Designed for those students who have completed CIS 100 and may also be used to prepare for CIS 151, CIS 154, and CIS 165. Upon successful completion, students may submit form to receive the Mira Costa College Microsoft Certified Office User (Proficient Level) Certificate of Achievement. CSU PREREQUISITE: CIS 100.

1.5 OC4804

Flexible Learning

ALL COURSES

Time

Computer & Information Sciences

+1436 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 OC4803A or SAN106 or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

Flexible Learning

1431 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 OC4803A or SAN106 or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

CIS 120–123 See CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY, page 42 CIS 150 Introduction to Microsoft Word

Use Word 2007 to create, edit, format, and print papers, reports, tables, and newsletters. Includes integrating Word with other programs and the World Wide Web. This course prepares students for the Microsoft Word Core exam. ADVISORY: CIS 185.

Are you a computer beginner? Take CIS 102 Computer Literacy to get up to speed—offered in the CIS Flexible Learning Program format.

Flexible Learning

+1402 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 OC4803A or SAN106 or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

For more information, go to www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

CIS Flexible Learning Program This fall the Computer Information Science Flexible Learning Program is offering: CIS 100 - CIS 102 - CIS 105 - CIS 150 - CIS 184 For more information, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

CIS 152 Introduction to Microsoft Excel

Use Excel 2007 to plan and build spreadsheets; create charts and graphs to enhance worksheet data; and apply database management commands. This course prepares students for the Microsoft Excel Core exam. ADVISORY: CIS 185.

Get onboard with Office 2007!

Oceanside Campus

+1435 TTH 9:00am-10:15am (08/26-10/16)

Make great-looking documents, spreadsheets and presentations—quickly and easily—with Microsoft Office 2007!

+1403 TBA PORTO J 1.5 ONLINE (08/25-10/18) This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Online

MiraCosta students can purchase Office Professional Plus 2007 for just $85! Go to www.journeyed.com/fccc

+ Repeatable course

1.5 OC4804

ONLINE

Office 2007 is now used in CIS 100, 105, 150, 151, 152, 154, 164, 165 and 184.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

NELSON G

+1404 TBA AFZALI A 1.5 ONLINE THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13). This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

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Computer & Information Sciences CIS 154 Advanced Microsoft Excel

Covers advanced features of Excel 2007, such as spreadsheet modeling, filters and pivot tables, object linking and embedding, Visual Basic for applications, and advanced charting features. Recommended for students who know the basics of Microsoft Excel and who would like to learn its more sophisticated features. This course prepares students for the Microsoft Excel Expert exam. PREREQUISITE: CIS 105 or 152. COREQUISITE: CIS 152 if prerequisite not met.

LATE-START/Online

+2581 TBA PORTO J 1.5 ONLINE THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13). This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Looking for a Computer Class? See what’s available fall 2008.

Covers procedures for creating, modifying, and using databases with Microsoft Access 2007. Learn to design table structures including field properties, enter records, design and use queries and generate forms and reports. CSU

Introduction to Computers CIS 100 Computer Applications Overview CIS 101 Computer Information Systems CIS 102 Computer Literacy for Beginners

ONLINE

+1406 TBA AFZALI A 1.5 ONLINE (08/25-10/18) This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2582 TTH 9:00am-10:20am NELSON G THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-12/11).

1.5 OC4804

Business Office Applications CIS 100 Computer Applications Overview CIS 101 Computer Information Systems CIS 105 Intermediate Computer Apps CIS 150 Beginning Word CIS 152 Beginning Excel CIS 154 Advanced Excel CIS 164 Beginning Access CIS 184 PowerPoint CIS 185 Intoduction to Windows CIS 191 Internet for Business

CIS 184 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

Students generate computerized graphic presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.This course prepares students for the Microsoft PowerPoint Comprehensive exam. CSU

Flexible Learning

+1407 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 OC4803A or SAN106 or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

Business Office Technology BOT 100 Keyboarding BOT 101 Advanced Keyboarding BOT 102 10-Key BOT 109 Becoming a Virtual Assistant BOT 110 Word Processing BOT 111 Machine Transcription BOT 112 Machine Calculation BOT 113 Basic Office Skills BOT 114 Legal Transcription BOT 115 Medical Transcription BOT 116 Office Systems and Procedures BOT 117 Management Office Skills

CIS 185 Introduction to Microsoft Windows

Covers the Windows operating system, file and folder management, customizing the desktop, object linking and embedding, and an introduction to the Internet. CSU

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1408 MW 5:15pm-6:35pm NELSON G THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/10).

1.5 OC4804

CIS 187 Fundamentals of Computer Networks

Presents the basics of computer network design and operation. Prepares students for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. CSU

Hybrid/Online

1451 T 5:30pm-6:45pm PARKS M &TBA +.5 hours to be arranged online.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Computer Graphics MAT 110 Adobe Photoshop MAT 135 Graphic Design 1: Principles MAT 170 Adobe Illustrator MAT 180 Adobe InDesign MAT 185 Graphic Design 3: Design & Layout MAT 210 Advanced Photoshop

2.0 SAN309 ONLINE

+ Repeatable course

41

TBA: to be arranged

Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) DRAF 101 Beginning AutoCAD DRAF 201 Advance AutoCAD DRAF 203 3D parmetric Solid Modeling DRAF 204 SolidWorks Advanced 3D DRAF 207 AutoDesk Revit 3D CADD

Internet and Web Design MAT 125

Web Design 1: Fundamentals

Web Design & Multimedia MAT 120 Interactive Media Production MAT 125 Web Design 1: Fundamentals MAT 140 Maya: 3D Animation MAT 150 Flash 1: Animation & Interactivity MAT 160 Video 1: Production MAT 165 Web Design 2: Tools & Techniques Programming CS 107 Intro to Object Oriented Programming CS 111 Java I CS 140 Visual Basic Computer Forensics and Security CIS 195 Network Security—Security+ Computer Networking CIS 185 Introduction to Windows CIS 187 Fundamentals of Computer Networks CIS 188 Network Admin User Mgmt CIS 191 Internet for Business CIS 193 Network Client—Windows CIS 195 Network Security—Security+ CISCO Cisco Networking Academy is offered in MiraCosta’s noncredit program. For info, go to www.miracosta.edu/cisco

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

CIS 164 Introduction to Microsoft Access


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CIS 188 Network Administration—User Management

CIS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Installing, configuring, and administering users on Windows Server 2008, network services covered in CIS 200. Presents fundamentals of implementing and supporting Windows Server 2008. With material from CIS 187 and CIS 200, prepares students for the Windows Server 2008 exams 70-646 Pro:Server Administration and 70-647 Pro:Enterprise Administration. Can be taken concurrently with CIS 187.

Hybrid/Online

1426 T 7:00pm-8:15pm PARKS M &TBA +.5 hours to be arranged online.

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Time

Computer & Information Sciences

Units

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For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1430 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

2.0 SAN309 ONLINE

CIS 191 Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business

Note: For Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop, see Media Arts Technology.

ONLINE

CISCO Networking classes (CIS121–123) are taught at MiraCosta’s Community Learning Center on Mission Avenue in Oceanside. Cisco Networking Classes are also offered in MiraCosta College’s noncredit program—go to miracosta.edu/cisco or see the Community Education Bulletin.

Teaches principles and technologies involved in creating a web presence for a small or medium sized business (SMB). Addresses needs of both online and traditional brick and mortar businesses. Covers aspects of business and marketing planning, a survey of web technologies like HTML, XHTML and CSS, building an online store, electronic payment, security, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and current marketing trends. Students will create a starter E-Business Web site or improve an existing one.

CISCO Networking Academy

1452 TBA DEAN D 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

CIS 121 Router and Routing Basics

1427 TBA PARKS M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Course builds upon knowledge gained in Internetworking Fundamentals (CIS120). Topics include network layer concepts, router user interface, displaying router configuration information, configuring router interfaces, routing protocols, access lists (ACLs) for security and traffic control, and troubleshooting. Second in a four-course sequence preparing students for Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) exam. PREREQUISITE: CIS 120.

CIS 193 Network Client

Self-Paced

LATE-START/Online

+2637 TBA LAUGHLIN K 3.0 CLC133 Class No. 2637 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.

Installing, configuring, and administering Windows Vista. Covers the fundamentals of implementing and supporting Vista Business Edition. Focuses on administrative and system management tasks in workgroups and domains. Helps prepare for MCTS Exam 70-620. Can be taken concurrently with CIS 187.

Hybrid/Online

1428 TH 5:30pm-6:45pm PARKS M &TBA +.5 hours to be arranged online.

Online

+2639 TBA LAUGHLIN K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

2.0 SAN309 ONLINE

CIS 122 Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing

This course builds on knowledge gained in CIS 121. Provides a foundation in switching basics and intermediate routing. Topics include virtual LANS, Spanning Tree Protocol, VLAN trunking protocol and intermediate routing protocols. Third in a four-course series preparing students for Cisco Certified Networking Associate exam. PREREQUISITE: CIS 121.

CIS 195 Network Security

Introduction to knowledge and skills required to manage computer and network security. Focuses on practical aspects of detecting network vulnerabilities and protecting them from attacks. Covers topics similar to the Microsoft Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Network and the CompTIA Security+ exam.

SAN ELIJO Campus 1437 W

5:30pm-8:15pm

PARKS M

Self-Paced

+2641 TBA LAUGHLIN K 3.0 CLC133 Class No. 2641 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.

3.0 SAN309

CIS 123 Cisco Wide Area Network Technologies

This course builds on the knowledge gained in CIS 122 and covers Wide Area Networking (WAN) technologies.Topics include advanced IP addressing techniques, Frame Relay, ISDN, Point to Point Protocol, Port Address Translation, and Network Address Translation. Last in a four-course sequence preparing students for Cisco Certified Networking Associate exam. PREREQUISITE: CIS 122.

CIS 297 Individualized Projects

Student’s understanding is enhanced by assisting instructor with classroom instruction. Must have instructor permission prior to enrolling. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Instructor Consent required.

Oceanside Campus

+1429 TBA

TBA

1.0

Self-Paced

TBA

+2643 TBA LAUGHLIN K 3.0 CLC133 Class No. 2643 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.

In MiraCosta College’s Cisco Networking Academy, you can • Work in a well-equipped lab • Build your IT career • Prepare for certification Classes are taught at the Commmunity Learning Center, 1831 Mission Avenue in Oceanside. For more information, go to miracosta.edu/cisco

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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COUN 100 Career and Life Planning

Introductory course in computer programming. Using animation in 3-D virtual worlds, students will apply pre-built objects to create storyboards while learning the concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP). CSU;UC - credit limitation 2583 T &TH

10:30am-11:45pm PORTO J 10:30am-12:50pm

SAN ELIJO Campus 2526 MW

PORTO J PORTO J

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2514 MW 12:00pm-1:35pm WILCOX D THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

3.0 OCT413

COUN 105 Transfer Success

3.0 OC4804 OC4804 3.0 OC4804

This course is designed to help students transfer successfully to a baccalaureate level university or college. Students will receive information about education options, college majors and how they relate to career goals, and the guaranteed transfer programs offered at MiraCosta. CSU

CS 140 Visual Basic Programming

Using an object-oriented approach to programming in the Visual Basic.net language, students will be introduced to data input/output, data types, control structures, operators, functions, and the VB.net programming environment. CSU ADVISORY: High School Algebra or MATH 100.

Oceanside Campus 2515 T 2516 TH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2517 M

ONLINE

12:00pm-12:50pm FLOCKEN L 12:00pm-12:50pm FLOCKEN L

1.0 OC3201 1.0 OC3201

12:00pm-12:50pm TBA

1.0 SAN306

1389 TBA LOUGHREY E 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

CS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1391 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

MiraCosta’s new Portal Coming Soon in Fall 2008 “One Stop Shopping!” Move from SURF to Blackboard/Etudes to anywhere as easily as a click.

Cosmetology COSM 150 Cosmetology

This course is one is a series of three courses to complete 1600 hours of theory and practice required by the State of California Cosmetology Act and by the Board of Cosmetology for licensing as a cosmetologist. New students must purchase a $895 kit that includes cosmetology tools and textbooks. *1013 TWThFS 8:00am-4:30pm MAHER P 18.0 OCB Students must first contact the Oceanside College of Beauty at (760) 757-6161 ext. 13 to schedule an appointment with the registrar. After a brief admissions test, students will be directed to MiraCosta to obtain a permit to register for the class.

Join the staff of the Chariot, MiraCosta College’s student newspaper, this fall! Earn internship credit or a scholarship, make new friends and get involved in the college. For more information, e-mail mccchariot@yahoo.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6254.

This class meets at Oceanside College of Beauty, 1575 S. Coast Hwy., Oceanside.

COSM 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2492 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Did you know? Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas on the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses and at the CLC. Please look at the map at the back of this schedule to find the locations of designated smoking areas. Signs at each campus also mark the location of these areas.

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12:00pm-2:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 5:15pm-9:00pm

3.0 SAN306

2513 TBA GLEASON B 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Introduction to computer science and an object-oriented programming language. Basic programming skills will be developed. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: High school algebra or MATH 100. 1385 T &TH 1387 TH

10:30am-11:45am BADER E

ONLINE

3.0 OC4804 OC4804

CS 111 Introduction to Computer Science I: Java

Oceanside Campus

Room

This course provides a comprehensive approach to career and life planning. Topics include assessment of interests, personality characteristics, transferable skills, work values, career exploration, decision-making, goal setting and planning, and job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on actively managing one’s career to achieve satisfaction through work and life balance. CSU

CS 107 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

Oceanside Campus

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COUN 110 College Success Skills

DNCE 154 Ballet II

Includes creative goal setting, academic and life management, college and community resources, information technology/resources, time management, memory techniques, health management, and learning styles. Recommended for new and re-entry students. CSU;UC 2521 F 8:00am-10:45am LARA L 3.0 OCT306 2518 MW 9:00am-10:15am DIAZ N 3.0 OC3609 2519 MW 10:30am-11:45am RAMIREZ F 3.0 OC3201 Section #2519 is designed for students of the Puente Project. 2520 TTH 2:00pm-3:15pm HORTON/FLOCKEN 3.0 OC3106 2522 MW

9:00am-10:15am

BADER E

Oceanside Campus +2613 S

SAN ELIJO Campus +1634 MW

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Dance

SAN ELIJO Campus +1622 S

SAN ELIJO Campus +1628 S

MILLER K

3.0 SAN302

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1638 MW 12:00pm-1:00pm GREGG K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

6:45pm-9:30pm

CAVAZZI D

Basic Pilates mat work exercises focusing on movements to improve overall body strength, flexibility, control, coordination, alignment, and breathing. CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 159, DNCE 259

3.0 OC3205

5:45pm-7:30pm 5:45pm-7:30pm

HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101 HUGHES M 1.0 OC5101

12:00pm-1:45pm

SIEBERT A

Oceanside Campus +1659 MW +1661 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus +1663 MW

1.0 SAN204

7:45pm-9:30pm 7:45pm-9:30pm

HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101 HUGHES M 1.0 OC5101

2:00pm-3:45pm

SIEBERT A

+1632 MW

1.5 OC5101

6:15pm-7:30pm

WEINBERG S

1.5 SAN204

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

WILTSHIRE M

1.0 SAN204

+1640 TBA HANADA-ROGER 2.0 OC5101 & MASSEY D (9/11-12/11) 64 hours TBA per semester within the above dates. Students must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition dates are: Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00pm and Thursday, September 18 at 3:30pm at OC 5101. Other auditions TBA.

SAN ELIJO Campus

+1641 TBA HANADA-ROGER 2.0 SAN204 & MASSEY D (09/11-12/11) 64 hours TBA per semester within the above dates. Students must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition dates are: Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00pm and Thursday, September 18 at 3:30pm at OC 5101. Other auditions TBA.

Ballet technique fundamentals including barre, center, adagio, and allegro work. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152, DNCE 154, DNCE 252. MILLER K

5:00pm-5:50pm

Oceanside Campus

1.0 SAN204

9:00am-11:45am

HARDING C 1.0 OC5101 HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101

Repertory learned from faculty and/or guest artists and performed publicly. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only. ADVISORY: DNCE 154, DNCE 178.

DNCE 152 Ballet I

SAN ELIJO Campus

9:00am-9:50am 4:45pm-5:35pm

DNCE 162 Dance Arts Ensemble

+1667 MW 4:30pm-5:30pm HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101 & HUGHES M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

+1630 S

1.0 OC5101

DNCE 159 Pilates Mat Work I

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

1.0 OC5004

6:45pm-9:30pm

Study of Latin dances to include samba, merengue, mambo, salsa, and rumba. CSU;UC +1624 M +1626 W

1.0 OC5004

Sustained and specific stretch exercises designed to improve overall body flexibility and increase range of motion. Introduction to basic yoga postures, body imaging techniques, movement analysis and correct breathing. CSU;UC - credit limitation

DNCE 146 Latin Dance

Oceanside Campus

1.5 SAN204

3.0 OC3201

Students will learn the basics of ballroom dance including swing, lindy hop, tango, cha-cha, waltz and fox-trot. CSU;UC +1618 M +1620 W

WEINBERG S

CAVAZZI D

DNCE 140 Ballroom Dance

Oceanside Campus

7:45pm-9:00pm

6:45pm-9:30pm

A survey of dance around the world in various cultures, lifestyles, religions, and traditions. Satisfies the GE Humanities requirement. CSU;UC 1617 M

1.5 OC5101

DNCE 158 Dance Stretch

DNCE 105 Dance Cultures of the World

Oceanside Campus

SHAH P

+1636 MW 10:30am-11:30am HARDING C THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17). +1637 TTH 6:00pm-7:00pm HARVEY K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

A survey of dance in western civilization, from antiquity to MTV, emphasizing the cultural background and historical development of ballet, modern, and jazz dance forms. Satisfies the General Education humanities requirement. CSU;UC

1669 T

12:00pm-2:45pm

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

DNCE 101 History and Appreciation of Dance

SAN ELIJO Campus

Room

A conditioning program based on Pilates apparatus work, using the Universal Reformer and special exercises for improved body alignment, strength, flexibility, control, coordination, and breathing. CSU;UC COREQUISITE: DNCE 159 Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 157, DNCE 257

2523 TBA GLEASON B 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1616 W

Units

DNCE 157 Pilates Apparatus I

3.0 SAN308

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

A continued study of ballet techniques, principles, and terminology at the intermediate level in preparation for further dance studies and performance. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152, DNCE 154, DNCE 252. ADVISORY: DNCE 152.

Oceanside Campus

SAN ELIJO Campus

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DNCE 166 Jazz Dance I

DNCE 193 Tap Dance II

Introduction to jazz dance with emphasis on development of appropriate movement and vocabulary, as well as execution of basic jazz dance techniques. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 166, DNCE 168, DNCE 266.

Oceanside Campus +1678 MW +1643 TTH

10:30am-11:45am MASSEY D 7:45pm-9:00pm HARVEY K

Oceanside Campus

1.5 OC5101 1.5 OC5004

+1655 TTH

MASSEY D

Oceanside Campus

1.5 OC5101

+1676 MW

Study of the performance principles and individual expressive choreography of modern dance. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 176, DNCE 178. +1647 S

9:00am-11:45am

WEINBERG S

1.5 OC5101

An intermediate through advanced level of the Pilates mat work based on the concepts developed by Joseph Pilates. Focuses on mat work exercises for improved body alignment, strength, flexibility, control, centering, coordination, and breathing. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: DNCE 159. Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 159, DNCE 259.

DNCE 176 Modern Dance I

SAN ELIJO Campus

11:30am-12:45pm MASSEY D

9:00am-10:15am

MASSEY D

1.5 OC5004

Satisfy your GE requirement with dance!

1.5 SAN204

DNCE 178 Modern Dance II

History and Appreciation of Dance, DNCE 101 Dance Cultures of the World, DNCE 105

Study of performance principles and choreography in modern dance at the intermediate level. Development proceeds from basic to more difficult and demanding techniques with each semester. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 176, DNCE 178. ADVISORY: DNCE 176.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1685 TTH 6:00pm-7:35pm HANADA-ROGER 1.5 OC5101 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

DNCE 183 Commercial Dance

NEW! Commercial Dance at San Elijo

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Dance 183 (Commercial Dance)— From Hip Hop to Musical Theatre Thursdays at 6 p.m.

Course emphasizes movement for commercial dance work used in movies, concert dance, television, and industrial shows offering current trends in popular dance styles. CSU;UC - credit limitation +1649 F 4:00pm-6:10pm HARVEY K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

+1687 TH 6:00pm-8:10pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

1.0 OC5101

1.0 SAN204

Earn your Pilates Certificate

DNCE 185 Introduction to Choreography

Studies and compositions emphasizing solo and small group work. CSU;UC ADVISORY: DNCE 176.

Pilates Matwork I, DNCE 159

Pilates Apparatus I, DNCE 157 Pilates Matwork II, DNCE 259

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1657 TTH 3:15pm-4:15pm HANADA-ROGER 3.0 OC5101 &TBA OC5101 +2 hours weekly to be arranged. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

(9 a.m.–10:20 a.m.) This semester only

DNCE 191 Tap Dance I

Introduction to beginning tap dance. Develops basic skills in execution of traditional tap dance steps and sequences. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 191, DNCE 193.

Oceanside Campus +1653 TTH

10:00am-11:15am MASSEY D

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Express yourself through Dance! Dance 178—Modern II Dance 185—Introduction to Choreography

1.5 OC5101

+ Repeatable course

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DNCE 259 Pilates Mat Work II

Continued development of jazz dance at the intermediate level, including choreographed dance combinations and routines. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 166, DNCE 168, DNCE 266. ADVISORY: DNCE 166. +1645 TTH

Units

Continued development of skills for intermediate tap dance technique. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 191, DNCE 193. ADVISORY: DNCE 191.

DNCE 168 Jazz Dance II

Oceanside Campus

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Design Drafting Technology

DRAF 101 Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD

DRAF 110 Graphics Communication

Introduction to computer-aided drafting. Use of microcomputers with AutoCAD software and peripheral equipment to develop computer-generated drawings for various fields and industries including architecture, engineering, landscape, and design. Students will create, edit, modify, scale, and plot two-dimensional technical drawings. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus +1190 TTH

11:00am-2:45pm

CLARKE P & SANCHEZ T

Oceanside Campus

4.0 OC4530

1194

TTH &TTH

7:00pm-8:00pm 8:00pm-9:45pm

REILLY J

4.0 OC4532 OC4530

Engineering design process and graphical communication tools used by engineers for design team projects. Design topics include problem identification, ideation, and project management. Visualization using sketching, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and rapid prototyping. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: DRAF 110 or ENGR 110.

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

+1201 TBA CLARKE P 4.0 ONLINE & VORKOPER D This course will be taught on the internet. Optional on-campus lab sessions are available throughout the week for students who want additional help or need access to computers with AutoCAD. Course information and email address are available at www.miracosta. edu/home/pclarke/online101.htm

1203 TTH &TTH

7:00pm-8:00pm 8:00pm-9:45pm

REILLY J

4.0 OC4532 OC4530

DRAF 201 Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD

Apply advanced AutoCAD skills in the design process to create models, drawings, and related documentation for a wide variety of applications and industries. Topics include tolerancing, blocks, libraries, attributes, bills of materials, isometric drawings, plotting, modeling, and rendering. Emphasis on improving productivity and presentation skills. CSU PREREQUISITE: DRAF 101. COREQUISITE: DRAF 101 if prerequisite not met.

Oceanside Campus +1196 MW

If you can dream it…you can design it!

7:00pm-9:45pm

SUTTON F

4.0 OC4530

DRAF 203 3D Parametric Solid Modeling

Learn design in MiraCosta’s Design Technology Program

Introduction to three-dimensional (3D) parametric solid modeling using SolidWorks software. Basic 3D model creation, modification, and presentation techniques taught. CSU

• Prepare for a career as a CAD drafter, architect, engineer or designer • Work on state-of-the-art computer hardware, software and equipment

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1198 MW 8:45am-12:05pm HEMATI H THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

• Enjoy small classes and instructors with industry experience

3.0 OC4530

DRAF 204 SolidWorks Advanced 3D Solid Modeling

Advanced 3D parametric solid modeling; topics include surface modeling, molds, sheet metal design, and dynamic assemblies; emphasis on improving productivity, enhancing presentation, and using finite element analysis tools to solve design problems; documentation with GD&T per ASME standards. CSU PREREQUISITE: DRAF 203.

SolidWorks Advanced 3D Solid Modeling: DRAF 204

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Learn about photorealistic rendering, surface modeling, molds, sheet metal design, dynamic assemblies and more.

+1205 MW 10:00am-12:05pm HEMATI H THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

2.0 OC4530

DRAF 101, Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD Systems

Get started on your Applied Design Certificate of Proficiency This certificate is designed for students who want a career in professional interior or industrial design and/or who plan to continue their education at a college of design.

Learn AutoCAD in just sixteen weeks using AutoCAD 2008 software in Oceanside or San Elijo Campus computer labs. DRAF 101 gives you the foundation needed for careers in architecture, engineering and landscape design. Plus, it’s a requirement for all of MiraCosta’s Design Drafting Technology certificates. Take DRAF 101 on-campus, online, or a combination of both.

This semester, the following classes are offered that count toward the certificate:

Drawing and Composition (ART 100) and Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD (DRAF 101)

+ Repeatable course

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DRAF 111 Engineering Design Graphics

+1192 TTH 5:00pm-6:45pm CLARKE P 4.0 OC4530 &TBA & SPITTAL J ONLINE +4 hours weekly to be arranged in the lab or online. Course information and email address are available at www.miracosta. edu/home/pclarke/online101.htm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Units

Graphics as a fundamental means of communicating technical information for product design, manufacturing, and construction. 3D spatial visualization skills will be emphasized and developed through sketching and exercises. Topics include dimensioning, design teams, orthographic projections, freehand sketching, technical calculations, drafting standards, and CAD systems as they relate to engineering drawings and models. CSU

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DRAF 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD

DRAM 149 Directing for the Stage

Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques will be taught.

SAN ELIJO Campus 1240 MW

5:00pm-6:45pm

VORKOPER D

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2.0 SAN112

+1738 MW 1:00pm-3:45pm BISHOP E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1200 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

In-depth application of the techniques explored in Acting I with an emphasis on characterization, scene study, methodology, and process. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN DRAM 22) PREREQUISITE: DRAM 130 or equivalent. +1740 TTH 2:30pm-5:15pm WILLIAMS T THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

DRAM 256 Stagecraft

Practical applications center on construction of stage scenery for dramatic productions. CSU;UC (CAN DRAM 12)

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Dramatic Arts

+1742 TTH 10:30am-1:15pm KISSINGER K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

DRAM 105 Introduction to Theatre

This survey course introduces the fundamental practices and creative processes of the dramatic arts. Students will gain greater insight and appreciation of the dramatic arts as an agent of change that is vital to the humanities. CSU;UC (CAN DRAM 18) 9:00am-10:15am

SIGELMAN K

Composed of students who are assigned crew positions in the main stage productions. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus

+1744 TBA WILLIAMS T (09/02-10/12) By audition only for “Our Town” on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452. +1745 TBA WILLIAMS T (09/02-10/12) By audition only for “Our Town” on August 28. 2121 ext. 6452. +1746 TBA BISHOP E (10/13-11/23) By audition only for “Heartland“ on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452. +1747 TBA BISHOP E (10/13-11/23) By audition only for “Heartland“ on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452.

3.0 OC2011

1730 TBA LAYNE T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

DRAM 106 Study of Filmed Plays

Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus 1733 TTH

9:00am-10:15am KURNER K 10:30am-11:45am KURNER K

3.0 OC2011 3.0 OC2011

9:00am-10:15am

3.0 SAN201

JOHANNSEN R

3.0 OC2021

DRAM 270 Rehearsal and Performance - Technical Theatre

ONLINE

1732 MW 1731 TTH

3.0 OC2001

1.0 OC2001 For information, 2.0 OC2001 For information, 1.0 OC2001 For information, 2.0 OC2001 For information,

DRAM 110 Voice and Diction

Emphasizes training to improve the speaking voice in quality, flexibility, and effectiveness. CSU;UC (CAN DRAM 6)

Oceanside Campus 1734 TTH

12:00pm-1:15pm

WILLIAMS T

Fulfill your UC or CSU arts requirement with

3.0 OC2011

DRAM 111 Oral Interpretation of Literature

DRAM 105 Introduction to Theatre

Introduction to the oral interpretation and analysis of literary works through development of vocal expressiveness, variety, and flexibility. CSU;UC

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1735 MW 10:30am-12:05pm LAYNE T THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

Offered online for the first time!

3.0 OC2011

DRAM 130 Acting I

Focuses on the fundamentals of acting and techniques based on Stanislavski’s principles. CSU;UC (CAN DRAM 8)

Oceanside Campus 1736 MW

9:00am-11:15am

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

WILLIAMS T

New course! DRAM 149: Directing for the Stage

3.0 OC2001

+ Repeatable course

Learn the basics of stage direction—experiment with directing techniques, acting, reading, and theatre exercises. Learn how to make choices about themes, casting, focus of scenes, scripts, dramatic structure and script analysis, pacing, rhythm, and mood.

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Digital Arts

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC3601

DRAM 231 Acting II

See Media Arts Technology

1729 TTH

Room

Students experiment with fundamental stage directing techniques, acting, reading, and theatre exercises. Second and third semester directors direct public presentations of plays in tandem with the One Act Play Production course, DRAM 230. CSU PREREQUISITE: DRAM 130 or equivalent.

DRAF 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Oceanside Campus

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DRAM 271 Rehearsal and Performance — Acting

EART 106 Earth and Space Science

Composed of students who are cast in the main-stage, non-musical productions. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only.

Oceanside Campus

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+1748 TBA WILLIAMS T (09/02-10/12) By audition only for “Our Town” on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452. +1749 TBA WILLIAMS T (09/02-10/12) By audition only for “Our Town” on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452. +1750 TBA BISHOP E (10/13-11/23) By audition only for “Heartland“ on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452. +1751 TBA BISHOP E (10/13-11/23) By audition only for “Heartland“ on August 28. call (760)757-2121 ext. 6452.

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Astronomy, including planetary origin and motions; earth science, including origin and composition of earth, landforms, and plate tectonics; atmospheric processes, including climate and weather; and earth’s oceans and other bodies of water. CSU;UC - credit limitation

ONLINE

1.0 OC2001

1702 TBA METZLER C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

For information, 2.0 OC2001

Economics

For information,

ECON 100 Survey of Economics

1.0 OC2001

A non-technical introduction to the principles of economics with application analyzing and evaluating contemporary social issues and public policy. CSU;UC - credit limitation

For information,

Oceanside Campus

2.0 OC2001

1942 TTH

For information,

7:30am-8:45am

ALI S

3.0 OC3103

ONLINE

1930 TBA CARR F 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

DRAM 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2493 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

ECON 101 Principles of Economics: MACRO

Emphasizes national income determination, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, international economic relationships, and growth. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN ECON 2)

Oceanside Campus

1932 1933 1935 1936

MW TTH MW T

SAN ELIJO Campus 1931 MW 1956 TTH 1934 MW

ATTENTION: FRESHMEN!

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

ALI S ALI S SILVERMAN J AKABOGU COLL

7:30am-8:45am CARR F 10:30am-11:45am SILVERMAN J 1:00pm-2:15pm MICELLI H

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3103 OC3103 OC4809 OC3201

3.0 SAN606 3.0 SAN502 3.0 SAN505

ONLINE

1955 TBA ALI S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

UniversityLink–– linking students to

ECON 102 Principles of Economics: MICRO

Covers consumer behavior, price determination in factor and resource markets. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN ECON 4)

Oceanside Campus

Looking for guaranteed admission to a top-notch institution? UniversityLink is the answer for you!

1937 1938 1943 1940

TTH MW MW TH

What does the UniversityLink program offer?

SAN ELIJO Campus

• Guaranteed admission to UCSD. • Specialized advising appointments with MiraCosta College counselors and UCSD admission officers.

1941 F 1957 TTH 1939 M

IMPORTANT: UCSDLink students must complete specific requirements during their first year at MiraCosta College to be eligible for this program. Students wishing to participate in UCSDLink must enroll in COUN 105 during the fall 2008 term.

Education

+ Repeatable course

ALI S ALI S AKABOGU COLL AKABOGU COLL

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3607 OC3102 OC3104 OCT307

9:00am-11:45am 9:00am-10:15am 6:45pm-9:30pm

MICELLI H 3.0 SAN505 SILVERMAN J 3.0 SAN609 KELLY-COCHRANE 3.0 SAN505

See also MATH 105, Concepts and Structures of Elementary Math I EDUC 115 Foundations of Teaching as a Profession

An orientation to teaching careers in K-12 education. Participation in 45 hours of supervised fieldwork assignments in K-12 classroom settings. Focuses on teaching and schooling from multiple perspectives, with an emphasis on current thinking and practices in public education in the U.S. CSU;UC

For more information about UniversityLink, please contact: MiraCosta College University Transfer Center, (760) 795-6880.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

Oceanside Campus 1015

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CSU; UC: Transferable course


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English

ENGR 110 Graphics Communication

ENGL 100 Composition and Reading (cont.)

Graphics as a fundamental means of communicating technical information for product design, manufacturing, and construction. 3D spatial visualization skills will be emphasized and developed through sketching and exercises. Topics include dimensioning, design teams, orthographic projections, freehand sketching, technical calculations, drafting standards, and CAD systems as they relate to engineering drawings and models. CSU

Oceanside Campus 1207 TTH &TTH

7:00pm-8:00pm 8:00pm-9:45pm

REILLY J

4.0 OC4532 OC4530

7:00pm-8:00pm 8:00pm-9:45pm

REILLY J

4.0 OC4532 OC4530

1495 1503 1494 1580 1584 1497 1568

1569 1501 1514 1564 1508 1510

1513 1518 1519

English ENGL 100 Composition and Reading

Critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process, the development and organization of expository prose, and research techniques. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 2) PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.

MW 7:00am-8:45am FELD E 4.0 SAN507 TTH 7:00am-8:45am CROUCH H 4.0 SAN306 MW 8:30am-10:15am FAZIO-DIBENED 4.0 SAN306 TTH 8:30am-10:15am KEEHN J 4.0 SAN506 TTH 8:30am-10:15am SCADUTO P 4.0 SAN502 F 9:00am-12:45pm WILLIAMS J 4.0 SAN506 MW 10:30am-12:15pm MUSHINSKY J 4.0 SAN202 This course will focus on writing about the natural sciences. TTH 10:30am-12:15pm FIGUEROA M 4.0 SAN506 M 11:00am-12:45pm JARA J 4.0 SAN506 &W 11:00am-11:50am SAN506 &W 11:00am-12:45pm SAN107 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm SCADUTO P 4.0 SAN202 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm BURMAN T 4.0 SAN509 M 1:00pm-2:45pm JARA J 4.0 SAN609 &W 1:00pm-1:50pm SAN609 &W 2:00pm-2:45pm SAN107 MW 2:00pm-3:45pm MUSHINSKY J 4.0 SAN601 This course will focus on writing about the natural sciences. TTH 3:00pm-4:45pm METCALFE D 4.0 SAN407 W 6:00pm-9:45pm SCHIFFLER B 4.0 SAN506 TTH 6:00pm-7:45pm METCALFE D 4.0 SAN306

ONLINE

1489 TBA ALESSI A 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1570 TBA SULLIVAN J 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1576 TBA SCHIFFLER B 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Oceanside Campus

1491 MW 7:00am-8:45am GILBERT P 4.0 OC3106 1492 TTH 7:00am-8:45am TBA 4.0 OC3106 1504 TTH 7:00am-8:45am BURMAN T 4.0 OC3501 1557 TTH 7:00am-8:45am DEROCHE J 4.0 OC3508 1579 MW 7:00am-8:45am HARRISON S 4.0 OC3501 1573 TTH 8:00am-9:45am HERRMANN S 4.0 OCT313 1490 MW 9:00am-10:45am ZOLYNAS A 4.0 OCT313 1493 MW 9:00am-10:45am KEEHN J 4.0 OC4809 1498 S 9:00am-12:45pm FAZIO-DIBENED 4.0 OC3510 1499 F 9:00am-12:45pm BOLASKI A 4.0 OC3607 1581 F 9:00am-12:45pm PAULSEN K 4.0 OC3510 1567 MW 10:00am-11:45am HARRISON S 4.0 OC3512 1502 MW 11:00am-12:45pm HANSON C 4.0 OC3510 1506 MW 12:00pm-1:45pm ZOLYNAS A 4.0 OC8001 1507 TTH 12:00pm-1:45pm SULLIVAN J 4.0 OC4016 1563 TTH 12:00pm-1:45pm KNITTEL J 4.0 OC3607 1500 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm LLOYD-JONES 4.0 OCT313 This class will be taught from a multi-lingual perspective, focusing on ESL issues. 1509 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm DOHENEY K 4.0 OC3512 1511 MW 2:00pm-3:45pm PERALES D 4.0 OC3511 1558 MW 2:00pm-3:45pm FIGUEROA M 4.0 OC3607 1512 T 2:00pm-3:45pm JARA J 4.0 OC3607 &TH 2:00pm-2:50pm OC3607 &TH 3:00pm-3:45pm OC4612 1505 TTH 2:30pm-4:15pm KNITTEL J 4.0 OC3504 1586 TTH 2:30pm-4:15pm GUI D 4.0 OC3510 1496 TTH 3:00pm-4:45pm DAVIS K 4.0 OC4809 1515 TTH 4:00pm-5:45pm DEROCHE J 4.0 OC3512 1517 T 6:00pm-9:45pm ORDWAY H 4.0 OC3607 This class will be taught from a multi-lingual perspective, focusing on ESL issues.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1566 TTH 2:00pm-4:05pm DAVIS J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). 1516 MW 4:00pm-6:05pm DAVIS J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus 1574

TTH 8:15am-10:20am WILLIAMS J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

4.0 SAN509

Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using the genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 4) PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.

Oceanside Campus

1520 1585 2616 1521 1571 1556 1524 1582 2636 1525 1560 1526

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SAN ELIJO Campus 1572 1522 1565 1523 1583

TTH TTH MW MW TTH

7:00am-8:45am 7:00am-8:45am 7:00am-8:45am 9:00am-12:45pm 9:00am-10:45am 10:00am-11:45am 11:00am-12:45pm 12:00pm-1:45pm 12:00pm-1:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 3:00pm-4:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

ALESSI A TBA POTRATZ D GILBERT P ZOLYNAS A PERALES D FIGUEROA M ZOLYNAS A PAULSON K BURMAN T HANSON C BOLASKI A

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

OCT306 OC3510 OCT306 OC3512 OC3510 OCT313 OC3607 OC3106 OCT413 OC3101 OC3512 OC3510

7:00am-8:45am 10:30am-12:15pm 11:00am-12:45pm 1:30pm-3:15pm 2:00pm-3:45pm

HETRICK K MUSHINSKY J ORDWAY H ORDWAY H FIGUEROA M

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

SAN308 SAN509 SAN607 SAN607 SAN509

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

1577 MW 7:00am-9:05am SPIRITO J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

+ Repeatable course

4.0 OC3106

ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

4.0 OCT413

49

TBA: to be arranged

4.0 SAN202

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Engineering design process and graphical communication tools used by engineers for design team projects. Design topics include problem identification, ideation, and project management. Visualization using sketching, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and rapid prototyping. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: DRAF 110 or ENGR 110. 1209 TTH &TTH

Room

SAN ELIJO Campus

ENGR 111 Engineering Design Graphics

Oceanside Campus

Units


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English

Are you a weak writer, hoping to improve your skills? Are you a good writer, hoping to become a great writer? Are you just hoping to get your next paper written?

ENGL 201HB Honors Berkeley Seminar - ENGL 201 COREQUISITE: ENGL 201.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1578 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/02-12/09). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 11/25, 12/9. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

ALL COURSES

No matter where you are on the writing continuum, you can become a better writer by taking advantage of MiraCosta’s Writing Center!

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

1562 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/7956880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

Located in the Hub on both campuses, the Writing Center offers: • assistance in all stages of • help with writing in business, the writing process including child development, English, brainstorming, organizing, sociology, nursing, etc. developing clarity and proofreading. • drop-in service.

• trained peer consultants.

ENGL 201HSP Honors Scholar Program - ENGL201 COREQUISITE: ENGL 201.

• one-on-one appointments.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Fall semester hours at the Writing Center:

1488 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/02-12/09). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 11/25, 12/9. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

Oceanside Campus: Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Appointments available. (760) 795-6682

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

1575 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/7956880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

San Elijo Campus:

Appointments available. (760) 944-4449 ext. 7748 www.miracosta.edu/WritingCenter

ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition

Methods of analysis; principles of logic, including the relationship between language and logic; techniques of reasoning, including the use of evidence; techniques of style; and research skills. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.

Oceanside Campus

1528 1561 1527 1530 1532

MW TTH MW TTH T

SAN ELIJO Campus 1529 MW

8:30am-10:15am 11:00am-12:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

ARCHER R DAVIS K SULLIVAN J ARCHER R ARCHER R

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

8:30am-10:15am

TURNER B

4.0 SAN505

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

1531 TTH 1:00pm-3:05pm KEEHN J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)

+ Repeatable course

4.0 SAN506

ENGL 280 Creative Writing

Emphasizes individual creativity, self-direction, and initiative in developing poetry and fiction. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 6) PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.

EOPS is designed for students who are economically and educationally disadvantaged. EOPS assists students with academic support and financial assistance. EOPS also offers transfer fee waivers, book vouchers, counseling, priority registration and more! For more information, call us at (760) 795-6680 or visit us online at www.miracosta.edu/eops.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

OC3510 OC3510 OC3510 OC3510 OC3510

Oceanside Campus 1533 W

12:00pm-2:45pm

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

TBA

1534 T 12:00pm-3:10pm KENYON K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

50

TBA: to be arranged

3.0 OC4016 3.0 SAN201

CSU; UC: Transferable course


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English

The MiraCosta College Library:

ENGL 802 Introduction to College Writing I

Introduction to the writing process and to critical reading and thinking. Practice in gathering, organizing, and communicating information and in applying the principles and conventions of standard edited American English. This class is offered pass/no pass only. ADVISORY: Qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.

GUINON T ARCHER R TBA HALSTED L

11:00am-12:45pm CROUCH H 11:00am-12:45pm

MiraCosta College Library www.miracosta.edu/library

4.0 OC4611 OC3511 4.0 OC4611 OC3511 4.0 OC4611 OC3511 4.0 OC4611 OC3511 4.0 OC3512 OC4611

• 30 major research databases designed with the student (that’s you) in mind, and all available 24/7 from home! • 82,000 books, CDs and DVDs for research and leisure • 23,000 electronic books, accessible from home • Supportive and experienced librarians to help you focus your topic and find the best information resources for your research • Oceanside and San Elijo locations and convenient hours

4.0 SAN607 SAN107

• Computer access to e-mail, Internet, word processing and online courses • Credit courses designed to help you build those research skills

ENGL 803 Introduction to College Writing II

Intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.

OCEANSIDE—Bldg 1200

Oceanside Campus

SAN ELIJO—Bldg 100

1541 MW 7:00am-8:45am POTRATZ D 4.0 OC3607 1542 T 8:00am-9:45am JARA J 4.0 OC4611 &TH 8:00am-9:45am OC3511 1545 TTH 9:00am-9:50am KIRWAN J 4.0 OC3104 &TTH 10:00am-10:45am OC4612 Section #1545 is designed for students in the Puente Project. 1546 M 10:00am-11:45am PERALES D 4.0 OC4611 &W 10:00am-11:45am OC3511 1543 F 8:00am-10:50am FELD E 4.0 OC3509 &F 11:00am-11:45am OC4611 1547 T 11:00am-12:45pm HAGEN K 4.0 OC3511 &TH 11:00am-12:45pm OC4611 1548 M 12:00pm-1:45pm HAGEN K 4.0 OC3511 &W 12:00pm-1:45pm OC4612 1549 TTH 12:00pm-1:45pm DUFFY D 4.0 OC3609 1550 M 2:00pm-3:45pm KEEHN J 4.0 OC8001 &W 2:00pm-3:45pm OC4611 1551 T 2:00pm-3:45pm GUINON T 4.0 OC4612 &TH 2:00pm-3:45pm OC4016 1553 MW 5:30pm-7:15pm GUINON T 4.0 OC3607 1554 TH 6:00pm-7:30pm HALSTED L 4.0 OC4611 &TH 7:40pm-9:45pm OC3510

SAN ELIJO Campus 1544 M &W 1552 MW

9:00am-10:45am 9:00am-10:45am 4:45pm-6:30pm

GUINON T BURMAN T

Circulation, overdues and renewals: Hours: Reference and orientations:

(760) 795-6715 (760) 795-6717 (760) 795-6716

Circulation, overdues and renewals: Hours: Reference and orientations:

(760) 634-7850 (760) 795-6717 (760) 634-7864

If you are determined to succeed, the Puente Project wants you! Open to all students, the Puente Project is an intensive yearlong writing/counseling/mentoring program aimed at helping you achieve your goals and transfer to a four-year university. As a Puente student, you’ll work closely with a counselor and English instructor, develop your personal and academic abilities, and learn in an interactive and fun class environment. You’ll also benefit from working with mentors who volunteer their time to help you succeed!

4.0 SAN607 SAN107 4.0 SAN305

Review of traditional grammar; rules of syntax, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization.

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1555 TBA HAGEN K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

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To join the Puente Project for the Fall 2008 semester, students must: • Enroll this fall in Puente English 803, Class No. 1545, and Counseling 110, Class No. 2519 • Attend academic, cultural and mentor activities • Obtain approval from the Puente counselor

ENGL 850 English Grammar and Usage

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SAN ELIJO Campus

8:00am-9:45am 8:00am-9:45am 10:00am-11:45am 10:00am-11:45am 12:00pm-1:45pm 12:00pm-1:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 6:00pm-7:45pm 8:00pm-9:45pm

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Freddy Ramirez, (760) 757-2121, ext. 6296 www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/puente

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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ALL COURSES

Check us out!

PU

Oceanside Campus

What’s in it for YOU?


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English as a Second Language ESL 802 Introduction to College Writing I for Non-Native Speakers

ESL Reading and Vocabulary

Designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses; the development of critical thinking, reading, and writing skills is emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Improve your reading of English (novels, short stories, academic articles, textbooks) by taking ESL 815: Reading & Vocabulary Development. Learn strategies to improve your comprehension and increase your vocabulary.

Oceanside Campus +1591 T &TH +1593 MW &F +1595 T &TH

ALL COURSES

Got grammar?

SAN ELIJO Campus +1597 M &W

ESL 820, Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English

8:30am-10:45am FORSETH C 8:30am-10:45am 11:00am-12:25pm WELDELE H 11:00am-12:25pm 6:30pm-8:45pm JAGER S 6:30pm-8:45pm

4.0 OC3511 OC4611 4.0 OCT313 OC4607 4.0 OC4611 OC3511

8:30am-10:45am 8:30am-10:45am

4.0 SAN107 SAN607

TBA

ESL 803 Introduction to College Writing II for Non-Native Speakers

Designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses; offers intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.

Learn how to create powerful and accurate sentences in English. This is a great class to support work in ESL 802 and 803 as well as English 100.

Oceanside Campus

New and Improved!

English as a Second Language Program The MiraCosta College Credit ESL Program prepares students to read, write, speak and listen at a level needed for college success.

+2469 M &W +2471 T &TH +2473 M &W +2475 T &TH

SAN ELIJO Campus +2477 M &W

8:30am-10:45am 8:30am-10:45am 1:00pm-3:15pm 1:00pm-3:15pm 2:00pm-4:15pm 2:00pm-4:15pm 6:00pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-8:15pm

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ESL 810 Listening and Speaking for Non-Native Speakers of English

Covers oral and aural communication skills: pronunciation, intonation patterns, and listening comprehension, including notetaking.This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Classes in writing, listening and speaking, reading and grammar are available. Our program can help you:

Oceanside Campus +1599 W +1600 TTH

• Improve your English skills for better communication at school, work, community or home.

1:00pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm

WELDELE H JAGER S

3.0 OCT313 3.0 OC3501

ESL 815 Reading and Vocabulary Development for Non-Native Speakers of English

• Earn college credit and/or take classes beyond continuing education.

Develops reading comprehension and vocabulary skills necessary for academic and workplace success using a variety of texts and materials, many of which have been designed for ESL students. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

• Develop academic skills while improving your English. • Obtain an A.A. degree or vocational certificate. • Transfer to a four-year university.

Oceanside Campus

Students can take the new ESL placement test, which will help direct them into a variety of ESL courses.

1601 M 1602 W

Please call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6586 for more information about the ESL program and classes.

1:00pm-3:45pm 6:00pm-8:45pm

LLOYD-JONES M 3.0 OCT313 LECAKES-JONES 3.0 OC3511

ESL 820 Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English

Review parts of speech, clauses, verb forms and tenses, pronoun case, and sentence types. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Oceanside Campus +1603 TTH +1604 M

SAN ELIJO Campus

Go to

+1605 W

surf.miracosta.edu

11:00am-12:15pm GROSS M 6:00pm-8:45pm FORSETH C

3.0 OC3516 3.0 OC3511

6:00pm-8:45pm

3.0 SAN306

LANNEN V

for the most up-to-date class information.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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Film

Geography

FILM 101 Introduction to Film

GEOG 101 Physical Geography

Introduction to film as an art form and as a cultural artifact. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 1346 T 1347 W

SAN ELIJO Campus 1348 TH

1:00pm-3:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

WHEELER K WHEELER K

3.0 OC3516 3.0 OC3601

1:00pm-3:45pm

COLLINS-PORT

3.0 SAN406

Instructor

Units

Room

Examines the natural environment, including climate, water, life forms, soils and landforms, and their significance in environmental issues. CSU;UC (CAN GEOG 2)

Oceanside Campus 1944 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1945 TTH

ONLINE

10:30am-11:45am STERN H

3.0 OC4529

10:30am-11:45am STERN H

3.0 SAN406

ONLINE

1349 TBA FLOREN G 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1350 TBA FLOREN G 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1954 TBA SAXE A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1946 TTH 8:00am-9:35am HUCKABAY J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

Oceanside Campus

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

2511 TBA TBA 0.0 TBA For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

1952 TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm STGEAN B THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

3.0 OC4809

3.0 SAN406

GEOG 101L Physical Geography Laboratory

Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU;UC

Emphasizes map reading and the collection, presentation, and interpretation of physical geographic data. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: GEOG 101. COREQUISITE: GEOG 101 if prerequisite not met.

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

FILM 106 Study of Filmed Plays

2504 MW 2503 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2505 TTH

9:00am-10:15am KURNER K 10:30am-11:45am KURNER K

3.0 OC2011 3.0 OC2011

9:00am-10:15am

3.0 SAN201

JOHANNSEN R

1947 W

SAN ELIJO Campus 1948 T

9:00am-11:45am

COLLINS-PORT

SAN ELIJO Campus 1019

MW

Oceanside Campus 1950 MW

8:00am-10:15am 3:45pm-6:00pm

MILROY D ARNAUD D

4.0 OC3504 4.0 OC3515

1:00pm-3:15pm

HARKER A

4.0 SAN202

San Elijo Campus 1949 TTH

4:15pm-6:30pm

PEROVIC C

6:45pm-9:00pm

LAFOND L

3.0 OC3103

9:00am-10:15am

STERN H

3.0 SAN406 3.0 OC3106

Geology GEOL 101 Physical Geology

Introduces processes at work changing the earth today, including global tectonics, igneous activity, and crustal deformation. Explores origin of rocks and minerals and the action of air, water, ice and solar energy in sculpting earth’s surface. CSU;UC (GEOL 101 + 101L = CAN GEOL 2)

4.0 SAN201

Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Practice of spoken and written French. Emphasis on communicative proficiency. Readings from diverse sources. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 8; FREN 201 + FREN 202 = CAN FREN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: FREN 102 or three years of high school French. 1024 TTH

STERN H

1951 TH 6:00pm-9:25pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

FREN 201 Intermediate French I (Third Semester)

SAN ELIJO Campus

9:00am-10:15am

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Continued introduction to modern French. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 4; FREN 101 + FREN 102 = CAN FREN SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: FREN 101 or two years of high school French. 1022 MW

3.0 OC4529

A global survey examining the distinguishing features of major culture regions and the interrelationships among regions in a globalizing world. CSU;UC

FREN 102 Elementary French II (Second Semester)

SAN ELIJO Campus

1.0 SAN406

GEOG 104 World Geography

Covers the structure of modern French through studies of grammar, reading, and writing. Introduces culture and civilization. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 2; FREN 101 + FREN 102 = CAN FREN SEQ A) TTH MW

STGEAN B

1953 MW 1:30pm-3:05pm STERN H THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

FREN 101 Elementary French I (First Semester)

1016 1018

1:00pm-3:45pm

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC3516

French

Oceanside Campus

1.0 OC4529

The development, distribution, ecological relationships, and landscapes of population dynamics, economic activity, politics, language, religion, folk and popular culture, and urban settlement. CSU;UC (CAN GEOG 4)

A survey of the history of film. CSU;UC 1352 F

TBA

GEOG 102 Cultural Geography

FILM 110 Film History Oceanside Campus

6:45pm-9:30pm

Oceanside Campus 1704 TTH

10:30am-11:45am TURBEVILLE J

3.0 OC4529

ONLINE

1703 TBA EGGERS M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

4.0 SAN501

LATE-START/Online

1705 TBA EGGERS M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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ALL COURSES

FILM 101HSP Honors Scholar Program - FILM 101


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Gerontology

GEOL 101HSP Honors Scholar Program for GEOL101

GERO 101 Introduction to Aging

COREQUISITE: GEOL 101.

Units

Room

Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of gerontology and the study of aging. Includes theories from biology/physiology, psychology, and sociology. Emphasis is on the impact of increased life expectancy and aging on individuals, families, health care providers and health care systems. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus

1706 TBA TURBEVILLE J 0.0 TBA For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

LATE-START/Online 1710

GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory

ALL COURSES

Time

Geology

TBA PHILLIPS J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. Students will take two exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta.edu/home/jphillips. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Hands-on experience in interpretation of rock and mineral samples, fossils, maps, use of computers, and online field trips to study local geology. CSU;UC (GEOL 101 + 101L = CAN GEOL 2) PREREQUISITE: GEOL 101. COREQUISITE: GEOL 101 if prerequisite not met.

Health Education

ONLINE

HEAL 100 Nutrition Today

1707 TBA TURBEVILLE J 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Attention will be given to nutrition throughout the life cycle, special dietary needs, and food budgeting. CSU;UC (CAN FCS 2)

LATE-START/Online

1132

Oceanside Campus

1709 TBA TURBEVILLE J 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

ONLINE

1131

GEOL 120 Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards and Humanity

MW

1133

TBA JONES K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. W 6:30pm-9:40pm MERCHANT K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

3.0 SAN302

Includes instruction on exercise, weight maintenance, nutrition, human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, drug use, cancers, and cardiovascular diseases. Emphasizes principles of wellness. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L.

1708 TBA FARQUHARSON 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Oceanside Campus

Emphasis on developing basic ability in pronunciation, listening comprehension, reading, and writing in German. CSU;UC (CAN GERM 2; GERM 101 + GERM 102 = CAN GERM SEQ A)

Oceanside Campus

SAN ELIJO Campus

German GRMN 101 Elementary German (First Semester)

6:45pm-9:00pm

KRISH M

4.0 OC3515

Continuation of GRMN 101 with more detailed study of grammar. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency. CSU;UC (CAN GERM 4; GERM 101 + GERM 102 = CAN GERM SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: GRMN 101 or two years of high school German. 6:45pm-9:00pm

MUNIZ GRACIA

1135 1142 1136 1138 1140 1141

1137 1139

GRMN 102 Elementary German (Second Semester)

1028 TTH

3.0 OCT413

HEAL 101 Principles of Health

LATE-START/Online

Oceanside Campus

MERCHANT K

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Study of geologic hazards (earthquakes, volcanoes, flooding and landslides); formation of geologic resources (water, soils, energy and mineral resources); and human impacts on the earth’s environment. CSU;UC

1026 MW

9:00am-10:15am

ONLINE

1134 1143

4.0 OC3608

TTH S MW TTH TTH M MW TTH

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

SHAFFER L CNOSSEN J EVANS C CONREY M BOLDT D EVANS C

10:30am-11:45am PRETI M 10:30am-11:45am LIGHT L

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OCT413 OCT413 OCT413 OCT413 OCT413 OCT413

3.0 SAN609 3.0 SAN609

TBA SHAFFER L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. TBA SHAFFER L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

GRMN 201 Intermediate German (Third Semester)

Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Further development of communicative proficiency. Extensive readings, including poetry and excerpts from works of important writers. CSU;UC (CAN GERM 8) PREREQUISITE: GRMN 102 or three years of high school German.

Oceanside Campus 1030 MW

7:00pm-9:15pm

SCHACHT H

4.0 OCT402

Do you expect to live to 100? What opportunities will you have and what challenges will you face? How will the choices you make today influence your elder years? Discuss these issues and more in GERO 101: Introduction to Aging, an introductory overview to the study of aging and the field of gerontology. Late-start, online! UC/CSU credit. For more information: judithphillips@miracosta.edu

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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Health Education

History

HEAL 101L Principles of Health Laboratory

HIST 100 World History to 1500

Introduces current research on fitness and wellness and involves each student in fitness assessment including cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and weight management. Meets the health education requirement. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101.

SAN ELIJO Campus +1145 MW

Oceanside Campus 1959 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus

1.0 SAN204

SCOTT JAMES

3.0 OC3103

12:00pm-1:15pm

HEINZMANN J

3.0 SAN601

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

3.0 SAN601

HIST 100HSP Honors Scholar Program for HIST 100 COREQUISITE: HIST 100.

SAN ELIJO Campus

1993 T 3:00pm-4:50pm HEINZMANN J 0.0 SAN601 (08/28-12/11) This class will meet on the following Tuesdays; 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, and 12/11. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

This is the foundation course for therapeutic massage. It includes theory, practical experience, methods, procedures, and contraindications of massage. Students will practice massage techniques utilizing the therapeutic principles of massage.

HIST 101 World History Since 1500

Covers developments in the early modern and modern periods. Includes colonialism, nationalism, and socialism. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 16; HIST 100 + HIST 101 = CAN HIST SEQ C)

Community Learning Center

TW 5:30pm-6:45pm TBA 3.0 CLC116 &TW 7:00pm-8:45pm CLC109 &S 9:00am-9:50am CLC116 &S 10:00am-11:45am CLC109 (08/26-10/18) Class No. 1150 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.

Oceanside Campus 1961 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1962 TTH

12:00pm-1:15pm

SLEEPER C

3.0 OC3103

9:00am-10:15am

SLEEPER C

3.0 SAN601

ONLINE

HEAL 210 Therapeutic Massage II

1989 TBA DORSEY D 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

This is the advanced course for therapeutic massage. It includes advanced massage theory, methods and procedures of advanced soft tissue techniques, contraindications, focusing on anatomy and pathology and practical experience. PREREQUISITE: HEAL 110.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1963 TH 6:00pm-9:25pm GREGORY E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

Community Learning Center

3.0 OC3104

HIST 103 Western Civilization

TW 5:30pm-6:45pm TBA 3.0 CLC116 &TW 7:00pm-8:45pm CLC109 &S 9:00am-10:00am CLC116 &S 10:10am-12:10pm CLC109 (10/21-12/13) Class No. 1152 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.

History of western civilization from earliest times to 1648. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 2)

Oceanside Campus 1965 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus

Health Occupations

1964 MW

See Nursing, Surgical Technology

ONLINE

1:30pm-2:45pm

TBA

10:30am-11:45am LANE L

3.0 OC3102 3.0 SAN601

1990 TBA GOLEMO K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Work on your Personal Trainer Certificate!

HIST 104 Western Civilization

History of western civilization from 1648 to contemporary times, with emphasis on western culture and humanities. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 4)

Offered this semester: HEAL 100 Nutrition Today HEAL 101 Principles of Health KINE 190 Introduction to Kinesiology KINE 204 Techniques and Analysis of Fitness/ Weight Training KINE 210 Exercise Prescriptions for Special Populations NURS 151 Body Systems Survey for Health Professionals KINE 292 Internship Studies

+ Repeatable course

Oceanside Campus 1994 MW

10:30am-11:45am BALE V

3.0 OC3103

ONLINE

1966 TBA LANE L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

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ALL COURSES

1960 W 6:00pm-9:10pm GREGORY E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

HEAL 110 Therapeutic Massage I

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

1:00pm-2:15pm

1988 TBA SCOTT JAMES 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

+1144 TBA HACKETT J 1.0 OC4100 **This self-paced open-entry activity class is offered in the MiraCosta College Wellness Center bldg 4100. Students who have never used the Wellness Center MUST attend a one-hour orientation session within one week of adding this class, or during the first two weeks of the semester if pre-enrolled. Returning students need not attend orientation. Orientations are on a first-come, first-served basis and begin promptly on the hour. Dates and times are: 8/25, 8/26, 8/27, 8/28: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm and 6:30pm; 8/29: 8:00am, 10:00am and 12:00pm; 8/30: 9:30am, 11:30am; 9/2, 9/3, 9/4: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm and 6:30pm; 9/5: 8:00am, 10:00am and 12:00pm; 9/6: 9:30 and 11:30am. The last day to add is 10/30. For more information, call (760) 757-2121 ext. 6248 or visit www.miracosta.edu/instruction/wellnesscenter

1152

Room

ONLINE

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus

1150

Units

Covers Western, Asian, Indian, and Islamic societies to early modern times. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 14; HIST 100 + HIST 101 = CAN HIST SEQ C)

1958 MW 12:00pm-12:50pm PRETI M

Instructor


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Room

Class No. Days

History

HIST 105 History of England

HIST 116 History of the Americas

Examines the cultural, social, political, economic, intellectual, and diplomatic history of England from earliest times to the present. CSU;UC 1967 TBA LANE L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

HIST 141 History of the Mexican-American in the United States

A study of United States history with emphasis on a Chicano/a Latino/a perspective through the Mexican American War and the late 19th century. Taken with HIST 142, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC - credit limitation

3.0 OC3101

HIST 110 United States History

Oceanside Campus

History of the United States from early cultures to Reconstruction. Taken with HIST111, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN HIST 8)

Oceanside Campus

1969 1970 1972 1974

TTH MW TTH W

SAN ELIJO Campus 1971 TTH 1973 T

7:30am-8:45am 10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 6:45pm-9:30pm

BALE V SLEEPER C JOHNSON A AREVALOS A

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

HEINZMANN J TBA

3.0 SAN601 3.0 SAN601

1984 MW

OC3102 OC3601 OC3102 OC3102

Oceanside Campus 1986 MW

Oceanside Campus 1987 TH

3.0 OC3102

6:45pm-9:30pm

BYROM B

3.0 OC3102

HORT 111 Introduction to Agri-Business Management

Covers management practices relating to the California plant industry. Retail and wholesale nurseries, landscape contracting, landscape management, floral and allied horticultural businesses are discussed. CSU

Oceanside Campus 1211

History of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Taken with HIST 110, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN HIST 10)

1985 MW 1979 TTH

BROWNE J

Horticulture

HIST 111 United States History

SAN ELIJO Campus

12:00pm-1:15pm

Addresses the social, economic, political, and cultural history of California from pre-Spanish colonization until recent times. CSU;UC

1975 TBA AREVALOS A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

TTH MW W TTH T

3.0 OC3102

HIST 165 California History

LATE-START/Online

1977 1978 1996 1980 1981

AGUILAR E

Study of the role of African-Americans in United States history from Reconstruction to the present, this course emphasizes black experience within political, social, economic, and cultural frameworks. Taken with History 145, it satisfies the American Institutions and History requirement. CSU;UC - credit limitation

1968 TBA AREVALOS A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1991 TBA AREVALOS A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

5:00pm-6:15pm

HIST 146 History of African-Americans in the United States

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

Room

1983 TBA AREVALOS A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Covers the history of the Middle East from origins to contemporary times, focusing on political, social, and economic aspects of life in these societies. CSU;UC 1995 W 6:30pm-9:40pm GOLEMO K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

Units

ONLINE

HIST 109 History of the Middle East

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Instructor

Histories of Latin America, Canada, and the United States presented as an integrated whole. Included is the study of the United States Constitution comparing it with other American nation constitutions. Taken with HIST 117, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC

ONLINE

ALL COURSES

Time

History

9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 12:00pm-2:45pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

DANAHER K SLEEPER C AREVALOS A BYROM B AREVALOS A

9:00am-10:15am TBA 10:30am-11:45am SLEEPER C

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

TBA

3.0 OC7051

Problem solving techniques that apply to Southern California soils are emphasized, including fertility, salinity, pH, calcium, and specific toxicities. CSU;UC (CAN AG 14)

OC3102 OC3601 OCT307 OC3102 OC3102

Oceanside Campus 1212 M &S

5:00pm-6:45pm 12:00pm-2:45pm

SHAW D

3.0 OC7053 OC7003

HORT 116 Plant Science

Emphasis on plant taxonomy and nomenclature, structure and morphology, control of plant growth, and plant-soil-climate relationships. CSU;UC (CAN AG 8)

3.0 SAN601 3.0 SAN601

Oceanside Campus 1214 MW 1216 TTH 1218 MW

1976 TBA LANE L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1992 TBA LANE L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1:00pm-3:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-7:45pm

KINNON C MESSINA J BENDER G

4.0 O C7003 4.0 OC7003 4.0 OC7003

HORT 117 Plant Identification

Covers identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental use of plants used in Southern California landscapes. Botanical and common names, plant family relationships, and environmental adaptations will be emphasized. Required field labs may be on or off campus. CSU;UC

LATE-START/Online

1982 TBA GOLEMO K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

+ Repeatable course

7:00pm-9:45pm

HORT 115 Soil Science

ONLINE

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

M

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

1220 TH 7:00pm-9:05pm EHRLINGER C 3.0 OC7051 &S SAN406 +6 hours form 8am-1:45pm on the following Saturdays: 9/6, 9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 12/13.

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Horticulture

Horticulture

HORT 118 Arboriculture

HORT 173 Wedding Design

This course covers the care and management of ornamental trees including fertilization, irrigation, integrated pest management, pruning techniques, safety equipment and practices, climbing, repairs, bracing, cabling, and tree removal.

Units

Room

(Materials Fee: $240.00) Traditional and contemporary styles of wedding bouquets, corsages, and boutonniere construction. ADVISORY: HORT 171.

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

1226 TH 6:00pm-8:45pm PATTERSON DE 2.0 OC7001 &TH 8:45pm-9:45pm OC7003 Note: $240 fresh flower fee allows students to keep their floral arrangements (due at enrollment).

+1242 T 6:00pm-8:45pm HOLCOMB S 3.0 OC7053 &TBA OC7053 +4hrs, 20 mins every other Saturday. This lab section meeting the following Saturdays: 9/6, 9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 12/13 from 8:00am - 12:20pm.

HORT 230 Landscape Architecture

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

1222 W

5:00pm-9:45pm

EHRLINGER C

3.0 OC7051

1247 T

HORT 128 Landscape Construction

Covers architectural building components including benches, planters, walks, patio decks, fences, retaining walls, and enrichment features. CSU 1234 TH 5:00pm-6:45pm CONGER D 3.0 OC7053 &S OC7001 +6 hours from 8am-1:45pm every other Saturday beginning 8/30.

HORT 144 Nursery Management and Production

Includes cutting/seed propagation methods and systems, soils, water, pest management, fertilization, pruning and staking, and production management. Field trips to local nurseries. CSU 1245 T &S

6:00pm-7:45pm 8:00am-10:45am

TBA

BROWN L

3.0 OC7051

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1228 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

5:00pm-9:45pm

HORT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

3.0 O C7003 OC7003

HORT 145 Introduction to Enology

(Material Fee: $85.00) Students will be presented with an overview of the history and development of winemaking, detailing the grape varieties produced in the major wine-producing regions. Students must be 21 years old to enroll. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus +1230 W

6:30pm-9:15pm

COLANGELO D

Hort 144: Nursery Management and Production

3.0 OC7053

Earn a professional certificate AND learn best management practices—includes field trips to local nurseries.

HORT 147 Wines of California

(Material Fee: $85.00) This course is designed for students to increase their knowledge of the technical, historical, social, and marketing aspects of wines and winemaking. Students must be 21 years old to enroll and pay a lab fee.

Oceanside Campus 1244 F

6:30pm-9:15pm

COLANGELO D

3.0 OC7053

HORT 148 Introduction to Wine Production

Floral Designers:

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Increase your skills and learn the latest in floral design for weddings in HORT 173: Wedding Design. Prerequisite: HORT 171 Floral Design I

This course will provide beginning winemakers with basic “how to” instructions and also provide advanced technical training on aspects of winemaking. 1229 T 6:30pm-9:15pm HART J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-12/09).

1.5 OC7001

HORT 171 Floral Design I

(Materials Fee: $200.00) Theory, techniques, and skills practiced in the floral design industry. Instruction in basic design principles, cut flower preparation and care, merchandising and packaging. CSU

Oceanside Campus

1224 TH 5:00pm-6:00pm PATTERSON DE 2.0 OC7003 &TH 6:00pm-8:45pm OC7001 Note: $200 fresh flower fee allows students to keep their floral arrangements (due at enrollment).

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Hort 230: Landscape Architecture Offered at night this fall—great for those already working in the landscape industry!

57

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Covers site analysis, design, engineering, installation, and maintenance of landscape sprinkler and drip systems. CSU

The advanced study and implementation of landscape design. Techniques for organizing and creating varied elements in the shaping of a landscape project dealing with diverse aspects of design. CSU PREREQUISITE: HORT 127.

HORT 126 Landscape Irrigation


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Instructor

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Room

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Time

Hospitality

Hospitality

See also Restaurant Management, Tourism

HOSP 134 Facilities Management

Overview of functions and procedures, current issues, and career opportunities in the hospitality, food service, and tourism industries. CSU 1606 T

6:00pm-8:45pm

MATTHEWS N

1608 TBA SMITH K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

3.0 OC4809

Topics include motivation, job analysis, employee selection process and appraisal, training, payroll cost control systems, wage and salary administration, and union relations. Not open to students with credit in BUS117/HOSP 117. 1607 W

6:45pm-9:30pm

SOZA R

Room

LATE-START/Online

HOSP 117 Human Resources Management

Oceanside Campus

Units

Overview of departments and functions in a hotel, motel, or resort property that impact guest comfort. Emphasis is on examining procedures to meet sustainable or “green” business practices.

HOSP 100 Introduction to Hospitality and Food Service

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

HOSP 234 Hospitality Marketing

Overview of marketing topics affecting hospitality managers. Covers market research, sales, advertising, public relations, promotions. Students obtain useful tools for practical application of the topics covered.

3.0 OC4802

ALL COURSES

ONLINE

1609 TBA SMITH K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

HOSP 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2494 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Get the experience you need to start a career in hospitality! • Intro. to Hospitality and Food Services, HOSP 100 • Human Resources Management, HOSP 117

Humanities

• Facilities Management, HOSP 134

HUMN 101 Introduction to the Arts

• Hospitality Marketing, HOSP 234

Explores literature, music, art, theater, philosophy, film, architecture, and dance. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1353 TH

6:45pm-9:30pm

ARCHER R

3.0 OC3607

HUMN 201 Humanities of the Western World: Pre-History Through the Middle Ages

Surveys major works in art, architecture, literature, music, philosophy, theater and history from the Early Mediterranean, Hellenic, Hellenistic, Roman, and Medieval eras. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

SAN ELIJO Campus 2633 TTH

10:30am-11:45am ARCHER R

3.0 SAN201

HUMN 250 American Studies

Explores what it means to be an “American” from roughly 1588-1877 through cultural values, beliefs, and preoccupations. Uses materials from philosophy, religion, music, art, architecture, history, and literature. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

The Career Center • Career assessment and counseling • Student employment • Internship studies

• Cooperative work experience education • First Impressions— clothes for work

Oceanside Campus 1355 MW

SULLIVAN J

3.0 OC3516

Internet & Multimedia Technology

Career Center workshops • Preparing a resume and cover letter • Finding jobs and internships

9:00am-10:15am

Internet & Multimedia Technology courses are now offered in Media Arts Technology.

• Interviewing techniques • Choosing a major • Succeeding at work

Building 3700, Oceanside Campus (760) 795-6772 www.miracosta.edu/careers

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

58

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Room

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INTERNSHIP STUDIES

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Japanese JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I (Third Semester)

Internships allow students the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in a field of interest. They link classroom learning to the workplace, add related experience to a student’s resume, help students develop mentor relationships and build professional contacts.

Continued study of structure, phrases, culture, and traditions. Emphasis on communicative proficiency. More Kanji and reading from diverse sources. CSU;UC (CAN JAPN 8; JAPN 201 + JAPN 202 = CAN JAPN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: JAPN 102 or three years of high school Japanese.

PREREQUISITE: Complete six units at MiraCosta College prior to internship; permission of the instructor and the department chair required.

Oceanside Campus 1052 TTH

COREQUISITE: Must be enrolled in three units in addition to Internship Studies, except summer session. Must complete 60 hours of non-paid work or 75 hours of paid work per unit of credit. Internships are offered in nearly every major. To find out more, come to the Career Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside campus, call (760)795-6772, or go to www.miracosta. edu/careers.

6:45pm-9:30pm

HIRATA B

5.0 OC3609

Kinesiology KINE 100 Functional Resistance Training

ITAL 101 Elementary Italian (First Semester)

Oceanside Campus

Understanding of modern Italian. Study of grammar and vocabulary, reading, and writing. Emphasis on developing oral proficiency. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 1032 MW 1034 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 1036 TTH 1038 MW

8:00am-10:15am 4:30pm-6:45pm

OCHOA S DYESS J

4.0 OCT402 4.0 OC3515

1:00pm-3:15pm 6:45pm-9:00pm

PETRI A PETRI A

4.0 SAN304 4.0 SAN305

+1154 TTH +1155 TTH

4:30pm-6:45pm

PETRI A

Oceanside Campus 1156

MW

2:00pm-2:50pm

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1157 MW 8:30am-10:05am JACOBS A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17). +1158 TTH 5:30pm-7:05pm KRAMER A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

4.0 OC3106

KINE 117 Basketball Competition

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

DYESS J

4.0 OCT413

+1159 MTWT 12:15pm-1:30pm (08/25-10/16) +1160 MTWT 3:00pm-4:15pm (08/25-10/16)

JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese (First Semester)

Understanding of the language structure and skills through the study of grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing. Hiragana, Katakana, and basic Kanji characters are introduced. CSU;UC (CAN JAPN 2; JAPN 101 + 102 OR 105+106+102 = CAN JAPN SEQ A) 1044 MW 1046 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1048 TTH

1:00pm-3:45pm 6:30pm-9:15pm

KAMEDA N TBA

5.0 OC3504 5.0 OC3609

6:00pm-8:45pm

KAMEDA N

5.0 SAN507

6:00pm-8:45pm

KAMEDA N

MULVILLE D

1.5 OC GYM

CONAHAN P

1.5 OC GYM

Weight training to improve activities of daily living or athletic performance, weight loss, stress reduction, body appearance, core strength, balance, speed, power and coordination, while decreasing the risk of orthopedic injury and low back pain.

A continuation of first semester Japanese. Increased emphasis on understanding the language structure with emphasis on oral use of Japanese. More Kanji will be introduced as well. CSU;UC (CAN JAPN 4; JAPN 101 + 102 OR 105+106+102 = CAN JAPN SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: JAPN 101 or two years of high school Japanese. 1050 MW

1.0 OC GYM

New course! KINE 100: Functional Resistance Training

JAPN 102 Elementary Japanese (Second Semester)

Oceanside Campus

1.0 OC GYM

Advanced level instruction and training in basketball skills, techniques, strategies, and leadership. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: By audition only.

Japanese

Oceanside Campus

2.0 OCT413

This class will focus on improving cardiorespiratory endurance, body tone, flexibility and core strength through aerobic conditioning utilizing various exercise equipment. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Practice of spoken and written Italian, with emphasis on communicative proficiency. Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Selected cultural topics. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ITAL 102 or three years of high school Italian. 7:00pm-9:15pm

MULVILLE D

KINE 111 Cardio Conditioning

ITAL 201 Intermediate Italian I

1042 TTH

1.0 OC5004 1.0 OC5004

Investigates the fundamentals and philosophies of playing and/or coaching basketball. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Continuation of ITAL 101. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency in Italian. Selected cultural topics. CSU;UC (CAN ITAL 4) PREREQUISITE: ITAL 101 or two years of high school Italian. 1040 TTH

FULBRIGHT R FULBRIGHT R

KINE 103 Basketball Theory

ITAL 102 Elementary Italian (Second Semester)

Oceanside Campus

12:30pm-1:45pm 2:15pm-3:30pm

Intermediate Japanese, JAPN 201

5.0 OCT402

Continue your study of the culture, history and traditions of Japan in this intermediate course, with a focus on development of language skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Transferable!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

59

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Italian

Weight training to improve activities of daily living or athletic performance, weight loss, stress reduction, body appearance, core strength, balance, speed, power and coordination, while decreasing the risk of orthopedic injury and low back pain. CSU;UC pending


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Kinesiology

KINE 120 Golf, Beginning

KINE 142 Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

Basic fundamentals including rules, etiquette, and terminology. Class meets on campus and various golf courses. Students will pay for driving range balls and green fees directly to the golf facility (approximate total cost is $60.00). CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of KINE 120, KINE 121.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1161 T 9:00am-10:30am WANSTREET J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

+1162 T 9:00am-10:30am WANSTREET J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

+2529 TTH 7:00am-8:15am CONAHAN P 1.0 OC5004 This section will focus on pre-season and in-season strength and conditioning principles for college athletes. Exercises will emphasize lower body strength, explosive movement and injury prevention.

.5 FIELD

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

+2530 TTH 1:00pm-2:35pm PRETI M 1.0 FROGS This class meets at Frogs Fitness at Encinitas, 780 Garden View Court. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus

+2531 TBA HACKETT J 1.5 OC4100 +2532 TBA HACKETT J 1.0 OC4100 +2533 TBA HACKETT J .5 OC4100 (10/20-12/13) **These self-paced open-entry activity classes are offered in the MiraCosta College Wellness Center bldg 4100. Students who have never used the Wellness Center MUST attend a one-hour orientation session within one week of adding this class, or during the first two weeks of the semester if pre-enrolled. Returning students need not attend orientation. Orientations are on a first-come, first-served basis and begin promptly on the hour. Dates and times are: 8/25, 8/26, 8/27, 8/28: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm and 6:30pm; 8/29: 8:00am, 10:00am and 12:00pm; 8/30: 9:30am, 11:30am; 9/2, 9/3, 9/4: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm and 6:30pm; 9/5: 8:00am, 10:00am and 12:00pm; 9/6: 9:30 and 11:30am. The last day to add is 10/30. For more information, call (760) 757-2121 ext. 6248 or visit www.miracosta.edu/instruction/wellnesscenter

.5 FIELD

KINE 134 Soccer

Ball control, dribbling, trapping, shooting, and passing are emphasized. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Oceanside Campus +1163 TTH

2:00pm-3:15pm

CAMPERELL E

1.0 FIELD

KINE 136 Tennis, Beginning

A study of rules, regulations, code of ethics, progression of various strokes, and selection and care of equipment. CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of KINE 136, KINE 137, KINE 236.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+1615 F 9:00am-10:35am HACKETT J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +1613 T 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). +1614 W 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

KINE 145 Yoga Essentials

This is the foundation course for the Yoga Certification Program. It includes the introduction and exploration of Yoga and becoming a Yoga teacher while deepening one’s own practice. Breath work, movement in the postures, and philosophy are an essential part of the mind/body/spirit connection of this course.

KINE 137 Tennis, Intermediate

SAN ELIJO Campus

A study of rules, regulations, code of ethics, progression of various strokes above the beginning level, and care and selection of equipment. CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of KINE 136, KINE 137, KINE 236.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2550 F 9:00am-10:35am HACKETT J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +2548 T 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). +2549 W 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

Room

Oceanside Campus

Includes techniques for chipping, pitching, wood shots, and sand shots. Class meets on campus and various golf courses. Students will pay for driving range balls and green fees directly to the golf facility (approximate total cost is $60.00). CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of KINE 120, KINE 121.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Units

An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction, and positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU;UC - credit limitation

KINE 121 Golf, Intermediate

ALL COURSES

Time

Kinesiology

2489 TTH

1:00pm-3:15pm

LIGHT L

3.0 SAN204

KINE 151 Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation

This course is designed to enhance athletic ability, daily living, and stress reduction through range-of-motion exercises and body awareness. CSU;UC - credit limitation

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2534 F 7:30am-9:05am KRAMER A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +2535 MW 4:30pm-6:05pm EVANS C THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

.5 OC5004 1.0 OC5004

KINE 140 Volleyball

Basic and advanced skills and rules of six-person volleyball. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Oceanside Campus +2528 M

6:30pm-9:15pm

MALONE G

1.0 OC GYM

KINE 210: Exercise Prescriptions for Special Populations Learn how to design fitness and training programs for adults with special needs including pregnancy, cardiac conditions, diabetes, obesity and those on the opposite end of the spectrum—elite athletes.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

60

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


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Kinesiology KINE 152 Yoga

Introduces students to philosophy, history, and core poses that improve physical endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture; and restore peacefulness. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Oceanside Campus +2536 F +2537 MW +2538 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus +2539 TH

8:00am-9:15am 12:00pm-1:15pm 4:30pm-5:45pm

HANDA D HANDA D HANDA D

.5 OC5004 1.0 OC5004 1.0 OC5004

8:45am-10:00am

LIGHT L

.5 SAN204

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2540 MW 7:30am-8:20am KRAMER A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17). +2541 M 8:45am-10:20am PRETI M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

MiraCosta offers men’s and women’s intercollegiate basketball and soccer, competing in the Pacific Coast League. For more information please contact one of these coaches:

.5 OC5004

.5 SAN204

Men’s Basketball: Pat Conahan–pconahan@miracosta.edu

KINE 171 Intercollegiate Basketball, Men/Women

Advanced level instruction and training in basketball skills, techniques, strategies, and leadership. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: By audition only.

Women’s Basketball: Dan Mulville–dmulville@miracosta.edu

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Men’s Soccer: Evan Camperell–ecamperell@miracosta.edu

+2542 DAIL 12:15pm-2:15pm MULVILLE D 2.0 OC GYM THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-03/06). This class is designated for those interested in women’s intercollegiate/competitive basketball. +2543 DAIL 3:00pm-5:00pm CONAHAN P 2.0 OC GYM THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-03/06). This class is designated for those interested in men’s intercollegiate/competitive basketball.

Women’s Soccer: Nick Skvarna–nskvarna@miracosta.edu Or visit the athletics web site: www.miracosta.edu/sports

KINE 188 Intercollegiate Soccer, Men/Women

Advanced level instruction and training in soccer skills, techniques, and strategies. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: By audition only.

Get fit and get credit at the Wellness Center!

Oceanside Campus

+2544 DAIL 2:00pm-3:45pm SKVARNA N 2.0 FIELD This class is designated for those interested in women’s intercollegiate/competitive soccer. +2545 DAIL 3:00pm-4:45pm CAMPERELL E 2.0 FIELD This class is designated for those interested in men’s intercollegiate/competitive soccer.

Classes are self-paced—work out any time during Wellness Center hours.

KINE 190 Introduction to Kinesiology

Introductory course for students interested in exploring careers in kinesiology and sports medicine including personal training, health and fitness, physical therapy, massage therapy, rehabilitation, athletic training, strength and conditioning, coaching, physical education, and sports management. Assignments and exams will be submitted online. CSU

Oceanside Campus 2485 W

3:30pm-6:15pm

FULBRIGHT R

• Take a fitness assessment and work with certified instructors to develop your fitness program. • Work out on recumbent bikes, treadmills, stair steppers and elliptical trainers.

3.0 OCT307

• Pump iron on our new Life Fitness 12-station circuit or free weights.

KINE 204 Techniques and Analysis of Fitness and Weight Training

Provides knowledge and understanding needed to plan and implement fitness and weight training programs. The primary focus is the implementation of methods, techniques, instructional strategies, safety factors, motivation, and necessary equipment for teaching physical fitness and weight training. Assignments and exams will be submitted online. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Oceanside Campus 2486 W &W

9:30am-10:20am 10:30am-1:15pm

FULBRIGHT R

• Take advantage of dynamic 15-minute core conditioning sessions. Enroll in Principles of Health Laboratory (HEAL 101L) or Body Conditioning/Wellness Center (KINE 142) and earn .5 –1.5 units of credit.

2.0 OCT307 OC5004

KINE 210 Exercise Prescription for Special Populations

Designed to study exercise implications for special populations related to age, medical condition, and level of fitness. Topics include exercise prescription for cardiac conditions, diabetes, orthopedic, obese, neuromuscular, pregnant, athletic, and older adult populations. Assignments and exams will be submitted online.

Oceanside Campus 2488 W

1:30pm-3:15pm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

FULBRIGHT R

(760) 757-2121, ext. 6248 www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/ wellnesscenter

2.0 OC5004

+ Repeatable course

61

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Like Sports?


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Instructor

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Law

KINE 236 Tennis, Advanced

See Administration of Justice and BOT 114, Legal Office Procedures

On-court practice at competitive level. CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of KINE 136, KINE 137, KINE 236. +2553 F 9:00am-10:35am HACKETT J THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +2551 T 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). +2552 W 6:45pm-8:15pm MANCAO R THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

Library

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

.5

CRTS

Designed to provide the student with an understanding of print and electronic resources available in an academic library, as well as research skills that can be used to find information for papers, presentations, and other class assignments. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus

2460 TBA SANTA ANA M 1.0 OC1201 This section is a self-paced open-entry course. Students may register for this course through 10/30. This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library. Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take the final exam. All course work must be completed before the end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB hours for assistance. 2461 TBA PITCHER C 1.0 OC1201 (08/25-10/18) This section is an 8-week self-paced open-entry course. Students may register for this course through 8/30. This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library. Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take the final exam. All course work must be completed before the end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB hours for assistance.

KINE 297 Topics in Kinesiology: Taekwondo

Introduces students to the skills of Taekwondo, including punching, kicking, blocking, self-defense, katas, sparring, and grappling. Martial arts training is an ideal way to lose weight, lower stress, and gain self-confidence. NOTE: A Gi and equipment is required (approximately $40); please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU

Oceanside Campus +2546 TTH +2547 TTH

Room

LIBR 101 Library and Information Strategies

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

ALL COURSES

Time

Kinesiology

9:30am-10:45am FULBRIGHT R 10:45am-12:00pm FULBRIGHT R

1.0 O C GYM 1.0 OC GYM

KINE 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2495 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Self-Paced/San Elijo Campus

2462 TBA GANGULI V 1.0 SAN107 This section is a self-paced open-entry course. Students may register for this course through 10/30. This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library. Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take the final exam. All course work must be completed before the end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB hours for assistance.

LATE-START/Self-Paced 2465

Do you see research assignments in your future? Get credit for learning research skills! Enroll in LIBR 101: Library and Information Strategies. LIBR 101 is a 1-unit class offered in both self-paced and online formats.

TBA MA R 1.0 OC1201 This section is an 8-week self-paced open-entry course. Students may register for this course through 10/30. This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library. Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take the final exam. All course work must be completed before the end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB hours for assistance. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13).

LATE-START/Online

2464 TBA PARIS/MEGILL 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet via Blackboard. Enrolled students must email the instructor before the first day of class. For course information and email, go to www.miracosta.edu/instruction/library/classesandworkshops.htm THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Which way to the virtual library? Take an online research class and find out!

LIBR 108 Research Strategies for the Online World

Through lecture, discussion, and course work, students will acquire lifelong research and information literacy skills to effectively access, evaluate, and utilize information resources. Students will develop an efficient research strategy, making maximum use of online catalogs, electronic books, full-text periodical and reference databases, as well as Internet resources. CSU;UC

LIBR 108: Research Strategies for the Online World This transferable course is designed to familiarize you with a wide range of online research options and to help you develop advanced research skills. If you are planning to Google your way through college, think again!

Online

2463 TBA PERRY P 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Love grammar and English? Want to learn to love them?

Linguistics LING 110 Language Structure and Linguistics

Take LING 110: Language Structure and Linguistics and learn about higher-level English grammar, parts of speech, and real-world language issues. A great class for future teachers or any student interested in grammar, sentence skills, and study of the English language!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

A grounding in the grammatical patterns of English syntax and their application to issues in real-world usage. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1356 TTH

62

8:00am-9:15am

TBA: to be arranged

PERALES D

3.0 OC3607

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Literature

Mathematics

LIT 120 Introduction to Literature

Note: For students whose programs require statistics for Behavioral Science, see PSYC 104, or SOC 104.

This course provides a general introduction to literary genres — prose fiction (short story and novel), poetry, drama and film — in order to enhance students’ skills in analyzing texts and film with insight. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 1357 TTH 1358 M

SAN ELIJO Campus 1359 MW

9:00am-10:15am 6:45pm-9:30pm

TURNER B SPIRITO J

3.0 OC3512 3.0 OC4802

9:00am-10:15am

ORDWAY H

3.0 SAN302

Attention financial aid students: If you enroll in MATH 820A, 100A or 101A, you must complete the sequence by also enrolling in the “B” section of the class. If you complete the “A” section then enroll in the full-semester course, you risk a financial aid overpayment. MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra

A survey of major writers and literary movements in America from roughly 1492 to 1877. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 14; LIT 250 + LIT 251 = CAN ENGL SEQ C) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1360 MW

10:30am-11:45am SULLIVAN J

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC3516

LIT 260 English Literature

Survey of major writers in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon era to the 18th century. Students will read plays, poetry, prose, and fiction representing a variety of styles and periods. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 8; LIT 260 + LIT 261 = CAN ENGL SEQ B) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

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1:00pm-2:15pm

MUSHINSKY J

3.0 SAN302

LIT 270 World Literature

A survey of world literature from the ancient period to the 1600s, including literature of the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus

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Massage Therapy

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KING J KING J PARTAINE L BELTRAN A RAJAH M LAUREL M NACOZY F TOWERS J BELTRAN A SAFARALIAN L WILLIAMS C DUNBAR K POOL J PARTAINE L HANSEN M

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OC3509 OC3509 OC3509 OC3508 OC3517 OC3608 OC3517 OC3509 OC3509 OC3517 OC3509 OC3608 OC3508 OC3509 OC3608

10:30am-12:15pm 10:30am-12:15pm 4:30pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-8:30pm

FERREIRAE K NODDINGS V JOHNSON D LEDERMAN B

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

SAN501 SAN305 SAN501 SAN305

1852 TBA CONGLETON C 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1859 TBA CONGLETON C 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

MATH 101A Intermediate Algebra Part 1

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Study of radicals, rational expressions, relations and functions, and equations. Offered in both traditional and self-paced format. PREREQUISITE: MATH 830 or MATH 830B with a grade of “C” or better, or qualification through the Math competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.

“One Stop Shopping!” Move from SURF to Blackboard/Etudes to anywhere as easily as a click.

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

1868 TBA POWELL B 2.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 MATH 101A and 101B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see page 66 or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

Financial Aid Recipients: If you received financial aid at MiraCosta College and you drop to zero units before October 31, 2008, you and the college must repay any unearned aid. OUCH!! If you have not received financial aid, visit us on the web to find out how you can apply.

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Study of radicals, rational expressions, relations and functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and equations. Offered in both traditional and self-paced format. PREREQUISITE: MATH 830 or MATH 830B with a grade of “C” or better, or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.

LIT 250 American Literature

Oceanside Campus

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MATH 125 College Algebra

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Study of rational expressions, relations and functions, exponential and logarithmic functions. Offered in both traditional and self-paced format. PREREQUISITE: MATH 101A with a grade of “C” or better. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.

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NACOZY F RAJAH M JACKSON C PICKETT B PICKETT B JOLLEY J

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OC3508 OC3517 OC3507 OC3608 OC3517 OC3517

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AVERY P FERREIRAE K PEROVIC Z AVERY P

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SAN ELIJO Campus 1819 MW 1820 TTH

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Topics include definitions, properties, graphs, and equations of trigonometric functions, applications, and identities. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU (CAN MATH 8) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus

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RAJAH M LAUREL M KNAPPEN M HANSEN M

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9:00am-10:15am

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3.0 SAN501

1858 TBA POWELL B 3.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 This math class is taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided instruction. Students must complete the orientation online (available two weeks before the beginning of the semester) OR in person in the MLC (once classes begin) by the end of the first week of class. All information about this course can be found at http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc. If you have questions about this class - once you have read the syllabus, please see a staff member in person at the MLC (Room 1215 Oceanside, or 103 San Elijo).

NODDINGS V TOWERS J

MATH 135 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

A study of functions and their properties. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 16) PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. COREQUISITE: MATH 130 if prerequisite not met.

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surf.miracosta.edu

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7:30am-8:45am 9:00am-10:15am 5:00pm-6:15pm 5:15pm-6:30pm

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

Designed for social science, economics, and business majors whose programs require a calculus course. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 34) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1818 TTH 1899 TTH 1821 MW

9:00am-10:15am

MATH 130 Trigonometry

MATH 115 Calculus with Applications

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC3509 3.0 OC3509

1857 TBA POWELL B 3.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 This math class is taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided instruction. Students must complete the orientation online (available two weeks before the beginning of the semester) OR in person in the MLC (once classes begin) by the end of the first week of class. All information about this course can be found at http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc. If you have questions about this class - once you have read the syllabus, please see a staff member in person at the MLC (Room 1215 Oceanside, or 103 San Elijo).

Required for students working toward a multiple subjects credential in elementary education. Includes introduction to problem solving, sets, systems of numeration, elementary number theory, and the study of arithmetic algorithms. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 4) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1817 W

11:30am-12:45pm SAFARALIAN L 5:00pm-6:15pm WILLIAMS C

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

MATH 105 Concepts and Structures of Elementary Mathematics I

Oceanside Campus

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1862 TBA CONGLETON C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

An introduction to data analysis.Topics include design of experiments, descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, probability, sampling, estimation, and significance testing. Students will use appropriate technology to analyze real-world data. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN STAT 2) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

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MATH 103 Statistics

Oceanside Campus

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Topics include definitions, properties, and graphs of functions and inverse functions, zeros of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

1869 TBA POWELL B 2.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 MATH 101A and 101B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see page 66 or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

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MATH 150 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

MATH 226 Discrete Mathematics

This course is the first in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, an introduction to integration, and applications of integrals. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 18; MATH 150 + MATH 155 = CAN MATH SEQ B; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 and MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 1833 MW 1863 TTH 1835 MW 1834 TTH

Oceanside Campus 1838 MW

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PEROVIC Z

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ONLINE 9:00am-11:15am 1:00pm-3:15pm 5:15pm-7:30pm

KING J BONDS D TOWERS J

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NODDINGS V

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1861 TBA PEROVIC Z 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught online through Blackboard. Lecture notes will be available online. Homework will be posted and collected online. A section of this course also meets on campus Mon and Wed from 3-4:15pm in OC3508. Students enrolled in the online section are welcome to attend any class meeting. Students will be required to take proctored (on campus, not online) exams for 3 midterm exams and the Final exam. For more information on this course, go to www.miracosta.edu/home/zperovic

This course is the second in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include advanced integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 20; MATH 150 + MATH 155 = CAN MATH SEQ B; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent. 1836 MW 1872 TTH

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Designed for students majoring in mathematics or computer science. An introduction to discrete mathematics including logic, methods of proof, number theory, sets, counting, relations, recursion, recurrence relations, and Boolean algebra. CSU;UC (CAN CSCI 26) PREREQUISITE: MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

MATH 155 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Oceanside Campus

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4.0 OC3507 4.0 OC3507

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MATH 260 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

This course is the third in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors.Topics include vectors, graphs in three dimensions, functions of several variables, partial differentiation and multiple integration, and topics from vector calculus. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 22; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 1856 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1839 TTH

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MATH 265 Differential Equations

Topics include solutions of first and second order ordinary differential equations, LaPlace Transforms and applications. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 24) PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 1865 MW

1:00pm-2:15pm

PEROVIC Z

3.0 OC3508

MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B Intermediate Algebra MATH 830 or MATH 830A and MATH 830B Elementary Algebra MATH 820 or MATH 820A and MATH 820B Pre-Algebra

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Mathematics MATH 270 Linear Algebra

Topics include matrix algebra, Gaussian elimination, determinant of a matrix, vector spaces, linear transformations, orthogonality, and eigenvalues and eigenvectors. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 26) PREREQUISITE: MATH 260 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent. COREQUISITE: MATH 260 if prerequisite not met.

Oceanside Campus 1840 MW

11:00am-12:15pm TOWERS J

3.0 OC3608

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MATH 820 Pre-Algebra

Operations on positive and negative numbers; fractions, decimals, and percents; basic geometry; fundamental algebraic concepts; square roots; adding, subtracting, and multiplying expressions with square roots; and applications. Completion of the matriculation process recommended prior to enrollment. Details about the matriculation process found in the section on “Testing and Matriculation Information.”

Check out the Math Learning Center— it may be just what you’re looking for!

Oceanside Campus

The Math Learning Center (MLC) in the libraries at the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses may offer the math learning style that’s right for you. • Learn and complete assignments through computer tutorials

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• Faculty and staff are available to assist MLC students

7:00am-8:45am 9:00am-10:45am 10:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 6:45pm-8:30pm 6:45pm-8:30pm

DUNBAR K BELLIN E BONDS D BONDS D DUNBAR K KNAPPEN M BUTLER J

10:30am-12:15pm CONGLETON C

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OC3608 OC3507 OC3508 OC3507 OC3608 OC3507 OC3517

4.0 SAN307

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1841 TBA POWELL B 4.0 ONLINE Most of the course will be taught on the internet. This class is NOTcompletely online. Students MUST take proctored tests in person on the MiraCosta campus. Students must complete the online orientation at www.miracosta.edu/home/bpowell/onlineclasses/onlineorientation.htm anytime between August 18 - August 26. For more information on this class, go to www.miracosta. edu/home/bpowell.

• Set your own schedule to work in the MLC (during library hours) • Some work can be done online but much of the course and exams are done in the MLC

Enrollment information:

MATH 820A Pre-Algebra Part 1

Students must complete an online orientation and have all required course materials to complete the orientation.

This course is designed as the first half of the Pre-Algebra course. Successful completion of this course together with MATH 820B will be equivalent to MATH 820.

• If you enroll before the semester begins, you must complete the online orientation prior to 11:59 p.m. on August 25, 2008.

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

1870 TBA POWELL B 2.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 MATH 820A and 820B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see ad this page or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

• If you enroll during the first week of the semester, you must complete the online orientation within 24 hours of registering with Admissions and Records.

MATH 820B Pre-Algebra Part 2

• If you enroll after after Sept. 6, 2008, you must complete the online orientation in the MLC before having an Add Card signed by the instructor. Students who don’t complete the orientation within the time frame specified above will be dropped from the course.

This course is designed as the second half of the Pre-Algebra course. PREREQUISITE: MATH 820A with a grade of C or better. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 820, MATH 820A, and MATH 820B.

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

1871 TBA POWELL B 2.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 MATH 820A and 820B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see ad this page or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

To complete the online orientation, go to: hub.miracosta.edu/mlc The last day to add a 2-unit section in the Math Learning Center is October 17, 2008.

For more information about the Math Learning Centers, go to: hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

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MATH 830 Elementary Algebra

MATH 830B Elementary Algebra Part 2

Designed to prepare students for Intermediate Algebra. Topics include simplifying algebraic expressions involving polynomials and rational terms; factoring; solving linear equations; solving quadratic equations using factoring; analyzing graphs of linear equations; and solving applied problems. Offered in both traditional and self-paced formats. PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 100, MATH 100A, and MATH 100B.

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PICKETT B BELLIN E PICKETT B BELTRAN A KASHYAP N NAKAMURA L NAKAMURA L LAUREL M TBA BURGESS D TBA POOL J

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OC3507 OC3507 OC3507 OC3608 OC3508 OC3507 OC3507 OC3507 OC3509 OC3608 OC3509 OC3508

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KASHYAP N NODDINGS V JOHNSON D LEDERMAN B

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The second half of Elementary Algebra. Topics include simplifying algebraic expressions involving rational expressions, solving quadratic equations by factoring. PREREQUISITE: MATH 830A with a grade of “C” or better. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 830, MATH 830A, and MATH 830B.

Oceanside/SAN ELIJO Campus

1867 TBA APALATEA J 2.0 OC1215 & POWELL B or SAN103 MATH 830A and 830B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see page 66 or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

Media Arts Technology MAT 110 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop. Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU

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1783 TBA HARLAND J 4.0 ONLINE For info, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu and login using Surf ID: mathguest and Password: Online99. Enter Julie Harland’s Info and Handouts. After enrolling, students must follow directions for purchasing MyMathLab and enrolling in the correct section at www.coursecompass.com by the first day of class. Tests are given on campus. 1789 TBA HARLAND J 4.0 ONLINE For info, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu and login using Surf ID: mathguest and Password: Online99. Enter Julie Harland’s Info and Handouts. After enrolling, students must follow directions for purchasing MyMathLab and enrolling in the correct section at www.coursecompass.com by the first day of class. Tests are given on campus.

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MALONE J MALONE J BRIZENDINE D CLEVELAND K

10:30am-11:45am CLEVELAND K 1:00pm-3:45pm MALONE J

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1481 TBA BRIZENDINE D 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Online

1482 TBA MALONE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/8-12/19).

MAT 120 Interactive Media Production

MATH 830A Elementary Algebra Part 1

Create your own interactive CD or DVD! Learn the techniques the pros use to develop real-world projects, including digital video, digital audio, 3D animation, image manipulation, and interactive design. Concept development and project management are stressed throughout. CSU

The first half of Elementary Algebra. Topics include simplifying algebraic expressions involving polynomials; solving and graphing linear equations. PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 830, MATH 830A, and MATH 830B.

Oceanside Campus 1455 F

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PRIOR R

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MAT 125 Web Design 1: Fundamentals

1866 TBA POWELL B 2.0 OC1215 & APALATEA J or SAN103 MATH 830A and 830B are taught in the Math Learning Center (MLC) using computer-aided tutorials. Students work on their own at the MLC on the Oceanside Campus (Room 1215) or San Elijo Campus (Room 103). For details about the MLC and how to enroll, see page 66 or go to http://hub.miracosta.edu/mlc

Learn to build Web pages from the ground up, using HTML and XHTML, including image and animation techniques. Implement style sheets and Javascript, upload your final Web site to a Web server, and maintain using FTP. CSU ADVISORY: CIS 102 or equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 1457 T

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UHLIK J

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1459 TBA UHLIK J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

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MAT 135 Graphic Design 1: Principles

MAT 150 Flash 1: Animation and Interactivity

An introduction to the visual communication concepts of successful graphic design. Principles of 2D design are covered, including form, color, grids, text/ image relationships, typography, and layout design. Design theory, history, and cultural influences are also covered. CSU pending

Oceanside Campus 1461 MW

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3.0 OC4622

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SAN ELIJO Campus

Learn the entire 3D development process from concepts through development to execution using Maya, an industry standard. You will learn how to develop storyboards, 3D environment design including lighting and camera angles, efficient modeling and texturing techniques, object, character and camera animation, and final rendering to video. CSU ADVISORY: MAT 120.

Oceanside Campus 1463 M

1:00pm-4:45pm

KATSOFF J

Units

Room

Learn the tricks of web animation using Flash, one of the industry’s standard web design tools! Build your skills in the latest techniques using motion and step animation techniques. Create rich, interactive, internet content with video and ActionScript, Flash’s powerful scripting tool. Every Web designer needs these skills. CSU

MAT 140 Maya: 3D Animation

+1467 MW

5:30pm-9:15pm

CLEVELAND K

3.0 OC4610

1:00pm-2:45pm

CLEVELAND K

3.0 SAN108

MAT 160 Video 1: Production

Learn how to make video that really tells a story. The digital video production environment is covered in detail, from concept and storyboard, setting up and shooting scenes, through editing and mastering final projects. Editing using Apple’s industry leading Final Cut HD is covered throughout the course. CSU

3.0 OC4622

LATE-START

Oceanside Campus

*2624 TTH 3:30pm-5:50pm KATSOFF J 3.0 CCA This class meets at Canyon Crest Academy. Class will not meet November 11 and the week of November 24. Canyon Crest Academy is located at the east end of Del Mar Heights Road where it becomes Village Center Loop Road. Address: 5951 Village Center Loop Road, San Diego, CA 92130 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

1469 M

5:30pm-9:15pm

WAGNER D

3.0 OC4622

MAT 165 Web Design 2: Tools and Techniques

Learn the latest version of the industry leading web design software, Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash) to create compelling and powerful web pages. Harness the power of cascading style sheets, templates, layers, and more. ADVISORY: MAT 125.

Oceanside Campus 1471 TH

9:00am-12:45pm

CLEVELAND K

3.0 OC4610

MAT 170 Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

Introduction to the computer graphics software program, Adobe Illustrator. Students use computer techniques to create vector graphic designs (company logos, product promotion, and 3-D packaging) for print publishing, web graphics, and commercial use. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects.

Arts Technologies

New Program Offered Fall 2008!

ALL COURSES

Time

Media Arts Technology

Media

Oceanside Campus

[ MAT ]

1483 W

Photoshop

+

Illustrator

+

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1485 TH 9:00am-12:25pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

+

MAT 180 Publishing 1: Adobe InDesign

Flash

This course introduces students to the page layout program Adobe InDesign, used by professional graphic designers to create ads, business cards, brochures, postcards, newsletters, magazines, books, posters, CD covers, and more. Students will create and package digital files for output to a commercial printer or to a destination publication on the Web. This course involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects.

+

ideo and Media Design: HD video special effects

+

sound editing

+

3.0 OC4607

1486 TBA O’BARR C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Layout and Design InDesign + much more

CSS Actionscript cutting-edge tools and techniques +

3.0 OC4607

LATE-START/Online

+

eb Design and Development: Dreamweaver

GRAY-ADAMS G

1484 TBA MALONE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

&

raphic Design: Typography

6:45pm-9:30pm

ONLINE

+ Final Cut 3-D animation

Develop concepts, design projects, and solve problems

Oceanside Campus

as a team • Learn the cool tools and techniques of

2621 T

industry professionals • Acquire skills that will help

1:00pm-3:45pm

MALONE J

3.0 OC4607

ONLINE

you find a creative job, start your own company, or be

2622 TBA CABALLES C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

a freelancer • Design an academic plan to transfer to a four-year college or university

Whatever your creative goals may be, [ MAT ] can help you get there.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

68

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Instructor

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Room

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Instructor

Media Arts Technology

Medical Administrative Professional

MAT 185 Graphic Design 3: Design and Layout

MAP 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Learn to create effective, dynamic visual solutions to graphic design problems. Explore proven and experimental design principles to create posters, flyers, catalogs, brochures, and more. Develop a creative problem-solving approach and refine your personal design sense. ADVISORY: MAT 135.

Oceanside Campus 2619 MW

11:00am-12:45pm UHLIK J

Units

Room

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2496 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

3.0 OC4622

MAT 210 Digital Imaging 3: Advanced Photoshop

Advanced digital imaging techniques using Adobe Photoshop. Students will acquire higher level skills for color corrections, complex compositing, and special effects while practicing short-cut techniques for production. Multiple projects address preparation of digital files for printing at service bureaus and screen delivery such as the World Wide Web. PREREQUISITE: ART 247 or MAT 110. 1487 T

6:45pm-9:30pm

BRUINGTON N

3.0 OC4622

MAT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2497 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Train for a great career as a Medical Administrative Professional Earn a certificate in two semesters— some courses are online and self-paced!

Medical Administrative Professional

Fall 2008: MAP 102, MAP 104 and MAP 110

MAP 102 HIPAA Compliance and Certification

Spring 2009: MAP 100, MAP 102 and MAP 105

This course provides an easy-to-understand overview of Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy and security rules and compliance tasks. The student will be able to summarize the analysis, training, and technology needed to properly plan and implement privacy and security policies.

See the World at MiraCosta College!

Self-Paced/Online

1610 TBA BUTLER A 3.0 OC4803B or ONLINE This course is offered in an open-entry (OE), self-paced format online or in the BOT Model Office 4803B OC. Students must contact the instructor abutler@miracosta.edu for information about online orientation, course schedule, and assignments.

MAP 104 Medical Coding

Provides entry-level training in medical information coding: Current Procedural Terminology 4 (CPT-4), International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9-CM) Volumes I and II, HCFA Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS).

Hurry in to find out about space availability and special $1,000 scholarships for the fall 2008 program in London!

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus 1611

TBA BUTLER A 3.0 OC4803B This course is offered in an open-entry (OE), self-paced format in the BOT Model Office 4803B OC. Students must contact the instructor abutler@miracosta.edu for information about online orientation, course schedule, and assignments.

Plan ahead for spring 2009 programs! Semester in Salamanca, Spain: February–May 2009 Take full-time academic classes and live in the heart of this historical city known for its rich artistic and academic history.

MAP 110 Health Information Management: Introduction to the Electronic Health Record

This course will provide students with an overview of all the information entered into and extrapolated from an electronic health record (EHR). Students will examine specific sections of the EHR in relation to health information management. ADVISORY: MAP 102.

Semester in Florence, Italy: February–May 2009 Don’t miss this opportunity for a full-time academic program exploring the riches of the Renaissance in beautiful Florence, Italy.

ONLINE

1612 TBA MCNEAL C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Check out the IIP web site for more details on program fees, classes available on each program and enrollment eligibility: Institute for International Perspectives (IIP) in Room 3443, Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6897 or on the web at www.miracosta.edu/iip

69

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Oceanside Campus


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Instructor

Music

MUS 101 Theory I

MUS 109 Beginning Music Theory Through Guitar

Chord spelling and four-part writing (voice leading) emphasized. Models of the 18th and 19th centuries are integrated with contemporary theoretical practices. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 103. MUS 129 or appropriate level of piano class.

Oceanside Campus 2400 MW

10:00am-11:15am TOROK S

Units

Room

Music theory is learned in this course through guitar applications. It is designed to help guitarists comprehend elementary music theory and immediately apply it to guitar. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus 2326 M

6:45pm-9:30pm

LIBERTINO D

3.0 SAN201

MUS 113 Musics in Multicultural America

3.0 OC2251

An introductory course surveying musical cultures of the United States in its diverse cultural background. Emphasis on listening to and discussion of American music. CSU;UC

ONLINE

2319 TBA FALKER M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

ONLINE

2327 TBA STONE L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

MUS 102 Theory II

ALL COURSES

Time

Music

Furthers the study of harmony in traditional as well as contemporary practices. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 101. ADVISORY: MUS 129 or appropriate level piano class; MUS 104.

MUS 114 History of Rock and Roll

Study of Rock and Roll from its origin to the present. The stylistic changes in rock music are studied, as well as the social events that surround them. CSU;UC

ONLINE

2320 TBA FALKER M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Oceanside Campus 2328 TH

2:30pm-5:15pm

COOBATIS C

3.0 OC3201

MUS 103 Musicianship

LATE-START/Online

Ear training for both the major and non-major. Designed to give an aural foundation to music theory. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 101 and MUS 129 or appropriate level piano class.

2404 TBA TBA 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13).

LATE-START/Online

MUS 115 Introduction to Music

A survey course in listening to and understanding music from the earliest notated music to the present. CSU;UC - credit limitation

2321 TBA TOROK S 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

ONLINE

2329 TBA TOROK S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

MUS 104 Intermediate Musicianship

Continuation of skills learned in MUS 103. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 103. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 102 and MUS 129 or appropriate level piano class.

LATE-START/Online

2403 TBA TBA 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/13).

LATE-START/Online

2322 TBA FALKER M 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

MUS 116 A Survey of World Music

Introductory course surveying dominant Non-Western music. Includes reading, listening, discussing, writing about music-cultures, and required concert attendance. CSU;UC

MUS 105 Music Fundamentals

Rudimentary music theory and listening skill development with regard to melody, rhythm, and harmony. Students development skills of reading, writing, listening, and analyzing music. CSU;UC

ONLINE

2399 TBA CRATTY W 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

ONLINE

2323 TBA LANGAGER A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 2324 TBA TBA 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Hybrid

2325 W 9:00am-9:50am FALKER M 3.0 &TBA + 2 hours weekly to be arranged online. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17). 2401 TH 1:00pm-1:50pm SIEGEL D 3.0 &TBA + 2 hours weekly to be arranged online. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

MUS 117 Music Appreciation

Study of elements of music, aesthetics, and style through listening and analyzing music from its earliest history through the Baroque period. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus 2422 M

1:00pm-3:45pm

O’BRIEN K

3.0 SAN201

OC2251 ONLINE

ROCK ON!

OC2251 ONLINE

Learn about the History of Rock and Roll from its roots in the 1840s to MTV! Take it in the classroom or online — transfers to CSU!

Enroll in MUS 114.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

70

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Time

Music

Music

MUS 119 History of Jazz

MUS 141 Vocal Fundamentals

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

Examination of the music of contemporary society, primarily in the jazz idiom. CSU;UC

Instructor

Units

Room

Group and individual instruction in singing technique, including study of breathing, voice placement, diction, phrasing, and interpretation. CSU;UC

2330 TBA TOROK S 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

+2350 F +2346 W

SAN ELIJO Campus

LATE-START/Online

+2348 TH

2402 TBA TBA 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (9/8-12/19).

9:30am-11:15am 12:00pm-1:45pm

LOPEZ S LANGAGER A

1.0 OC2218 1.0 OC2213

3:00pm-4:45pm

LOPEZ S

1.0 SAN201

MUS 144 Applied Music

Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

MUS 120 Beginning Keyboard/Piano I

2333 TTH 2331 TTH 2332 T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2412 M

8:00am-8:50am 9:00am-9:50am 5:00pm-6:45pm

CHANG W CHANG W LEE J

1.0 OC2251 1.0 OC2251 1.0 OC2251

5:30pm-7:15pm

LEE J

1.0 SAN203

+2352 TBA TBA +.5 hours weekly by arrangement.

This class offers students individual recital experience. Students will perform for each other and explore techniques to enhance personal performance skills. This class is a co-requisite for MUS 144. CSU PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Continuing keyboard performance training and study notation, scales, chords, and sight-reading with specialized key areas, basic transposition skills, and appropriate keyboard and piano literature. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 120 or audition on first class meeting day. 2336 TTH 2334 TTH 2335 T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2413 M

8:00am-8:50am 9:00am-9:50am 5:00pm-6:45pm

CHANG W CHANG W LEE J

1.0 OC2251 1.0 OC2251 1.0 OC2251

5:30pm-7:15pm

LEE J

1.0 SAN203

Oceanside Campus +2405 T

10:00am-10:50am FALKER M 11:00am-11:50am FALKER M

O’BRIEN K

.5 OC2218

Study and performance of ensemble jazz literature from the Big Band era to present. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus +2634 MW

2:00pm-3:15pm

TOROK S

1.0 OC2218

MUS 158 Special Ensemble Project

Short-term group project in music. Nature of project specified by instructor at first class meeting. (May be repeated three times.) CSU PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Keyboard techniques and guided practice in skills necessary for music majors. Included are scales, arpeggios, chords, inversions, modulations, and improvisation. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC +2423 TTH +2337 TTH

5:30pm-6:20pm

MUS 150 Jazz Lab Band

MUS 129 Keyboarding for Music Majors

Oceanside Campus

TBA

MUS 145 Performance Lab

MUS 121 Beginning Keyboard/Piano II

Oceanside Campus

.5

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2398 W 6:45pm-8:45pm FOSTER E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

1.0 OC2251 1.0 OC2251

1.0 OCT307

MUS 159 Instrumental Ensemble

MUS 130 Beginning Guitar

Basic guitar performance and notation for students with no or limited experience. CSU;UC

Small ensembles working under direction of master teacher. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2340 W

SAN ELIJO Campus 2406 S 2338 TH

4:00pm-5:45pm

TBA

10:00am-11:45am HILL M 12:00pm-1:45pm LIBERTINO D

+2353 W 6:45pm-8:45pm FOSTER E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

1.0 OC2218

MUS 161 Masterworks Chorale

1.0 SAN201 1.0 SAN201

Large college/community choir(s) that perform a variety of traditional and contemporary literature. Performances include sacred and secular music. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

MUS 131 Intermediate/Advanced Guitar

A continuation of basic guitar reading and performance skills as learned in MUS 130. Emphasizes reading intermediate and advanced level traditional and non-traditional guitar repertoire as well as blues, rock, popular, and folk styles. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 130 or audition held at first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus +2342 W

SAN ELIJO Campus +2344 S +2408 TH

4:30pm-6:15pm

FOSTER E

10:00am-11:45am HILL M 12:00pm-1:45pm LIBERTINO D

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Oceanside Campus +2449 W

7:00pm-9:45pm

LANGAGER A

1.0 OC2218

MUS 163 Commercial Arts Ensemble

Preparation and performance of commercial (pop) music styles. Open to singers, rhythm section players, sound and recording technicians. (May be repeated three times.) CSU PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

1.0 OC2213 1.0 SAN201 1.0 SAN201

+ Repeatable course

1.0 OCT307

Oceanside Campus +2426 T

71

7:00pm-9:45pm

TBA: to be arranged

GONZALES M

1.0 OC2218

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Beginning class in piano performance; rudimentary music fundamentals, scales, chords, sight-reading using standard songs, and appropriate keyboard literature. CSU;UC (CAN MUS 22)

Advanced study of performance technique for instrumentalists and vocalists, coordinated with formal recitals. Students study musical performance technique, historical performance practice, and effective programming with master teachers. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: For advanced music performers by audition only at the first class meeting. COREQUISITE: MUS 145.


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

Time

Instructor

Units

Room

Class No. Days

Music

MUS 165 College Choral Chamber Ensemble

MUS 185 Sound Reinforcement I

Traditional and contemporary choral music prepared and performed in concerts, festivals, and concert tours. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus

+2354 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm LANGAGER A &TBA +1 hour weekly by arrangement.

Oceanside Campus

2.0 OC2218 TBA

2410 TH

+2447 TTH

2:30pm-4:15pm

FALKER M

Oceanside Campus 2372 M

7:00pm-9:45pm

SWEM D

Oceanside Campus 2374

2377 MW

2:30pm-5:15pm 5:30pm-8:15pm

SIEGEL D TBA

1.0 OCT307

Oceanside Campus 2379 MW

2.0 OC2213 2.0 OC2213

3.0 OC2213

9:00am-10:15am

CRATTY W

3.0 OC2213

Advanced ear training for both the major and non-major. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 201.

Oceanside Campus 2381 MW

8:00am-8:50am

CRATTY W

1.0 OC2213

ONLINE 2:30pm-5:15pm

TBA

2380 TBA CRATTY W 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

2.0 OC2213

5:30pm-8:15pm

SPRADLEY G

MUS 204 Advanced Musicianship

Advanced ear training for the music major. This course presents the ear training skills needed for the study of advanced theory. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 203.

2.0 OC2251

Oceanside Campus

In-depth study of computer-generated and controlled sound devices. CSU PREREQUISITE: MUS 183. 2366 M

CRATTY W

MUS 203 Advanced Musicianship

MUS 184 Computerized Audio Production II

Oceanside Campus

9:00am-10:15am

2378 TBA CRATTY W 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Survey course that explores the full range of MIDI capable equipment. CSU 2364 TH

2.0 OC2251

ONLINE

MUS 183 Computerized Audio Production I: MIDI/Synthesizer

Oceanside Campus

COOBATIS C

A study of the compositional practices of the late 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 201.

A hands-on laboratory that covers basic recording production and management procedures. CSU PREREQUISITE: MUS 181. 2362 T

1:30pm-4:15pm

MUS 202 Advanced Theory

MUS 182 Recording Arts II

Oceanside Campus

2.0 OC2251

2376 TBA CRATTY W 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

An introduction to the physics of sound in the field of music technology. CSU 2360 TH 2358 M

COOBATIS C

ONLINE

1.0 OCT307

MUS 181 Recording Arts I

Oceanside Campus

M

Oceanside Campus

A large mixed ensemble of guitars and other instruments rehearse and perform in concert. Musical literature from classical to jazz is explored. All instruments are welcome. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC +2357 W 6:45pm-9:55pm FOSTER E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

2:30pm-5:15pm

Continuation of harmonic practices through alternation, modulation, and chromaticism as applied to 17th, 18th and 19th century harmony. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 102. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 203 and MUS 129 or appropriate level of piano class.

1.0 SAN204

MUS 176 Guitar Orchestra

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2.0 OC2218

MUS 201 Advanced Theory

Study of classical guitar techniques with emphasis on small and large ensembles. All periods of music explored through concerts, master classes, and workshops. (May be repeated three times.) CSU;UC +2356 W 6:45pm-9:55pm FOSTER E THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

COOBATIS C

In-depth study of software, hardware, and procedures involved with digital audio presentations. PREREQUISITE: MUS 198.

MUS 175 Classical Guitar Ensemble

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

5:30pm-8:15pm

MUS 199 Digital Audio Production II

2.0 OC2218

This class includes the preparation and performance of orchestral literature. Repertoire varies by semester, but is selected from music from the 17th century to the present. Members participate in rehearsals and performances. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting. +2450 T

Room

Survey of software, hardware, and procedures involved with digital audio presentations. PREREQUISITE: MUS 181. ADVISORY: MUS 182.

MUS 170 College-Community Symphonic Orchestra

SAN ELIJO Campus

Units

MUS 198 Digital Audio Production

The vocal jazz ensemble (Frequency) is a small group of singers that rehearse and perform jazz and other contemporary literature. Solo singing and other performance skills will be addressed as well. CSU;UC pending PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

This course is an overview of live concert sound reinforcement. Topics include theory and application of individual sound system components such as microphones, mixers, effects, and speaker systems.

MUS 166 Vocal Jazz Ensemble

ALL COURSES

Time

Music

5:30pm-8:15pm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

GONZALES M

2383 MW

CRATTY W

1.0 OC2213

ONLINE

2382 TBA CRATTY W 1.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

2.0 OC2251

+ Repeatable course

8:00am-8:50am

72

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Instructor

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Units

Room

Music MUS 220 Intermediate Keyboard/Piano I

Continuing keyboard performance training and study of notation, scales, chords, and sight-reading in complex key signatures. Simple improvisation as well as transposition between keys. Keyboard facility and skills developed through the use of standard songs and appropriate level piano. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 121 or instructor’s consent.

Oceanside Campus 2384 TTH

10:00am-10:50am FALKER M

1.0 OC2251

MUS 221 Intermediate Keyboard/Piano II

Continuing keyboard performance training study of advanced musicianship skills. Advanced scales, chords, transposition, improvisation, and sight-reading in complex key signatures. Use of standard songs and appropriate-level piano literature. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 220 or instructor’s consent. 2385 TTH

10:00am-10:50am FALKER M

MiraCosta College now offers GUARANTEED admission (TAG) to

1.0 OC2251

MUS 228 Piano Repertoire and Performance

This class covers technical and interpretive development of piano performance as well as preparation for solo and ensemble performance. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 221 or audition at first class meeting.

Oceanside Campus +2386 TTH

10:00am-10:50am FALKER M

1.0 OC2251

Advanced study on an instrument or voice are explored and are coordinated with performances and recitals. Includes intensive performance study with master teachers. CSU;UC PREREQUISITES: MUS 144. Open to music majors only who are making progress towards transfer. Students must audition at first class meeting. COREQUISITE: MUS 145. +2387 TBA TBA +.5 hours weekly by arrangement.

.5

5:30pm-8:15pm

COOBATIS C

7:00pm-9:45pm

COOBATIS C

• UC Riverside

Visit the MiraCosta College University Transfer Center located in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus, or call (760) 795-6880 for an appointment with a transfer counselor.

Get Started Now on

Your High School Diploma!

2.0 OC2251

Registration: August 5–7

This course is a continuation of principles learned in Songwriting I. Specific topics are harmonic and rhythmic progressions, lyric writing, notation, and arrangement. PREREQUISITE: MUS 260. 2629 W

• UC Merced

TBA

MUS 261 Songwriting II

Oceanside Campus

• UC Santa Cruz

• UC Los Angeles—TAP (Transfer Admission Program)

Study and application of skills necessary for popular songwriting and presentation. Includes melody, harmony, form, timbre, voicing, marketing, and demo creation. Designed for students with existing musical abilities. 2388 W

• UC Irvine

And PREFERRED admission to

MUS 260 Songwriting I

Oceanside Campus

• UC Santa Barbara

• UC San Diego

MUS 244 Applied Music II

Oceanside Campus

• UC Davis

For more information, call (760) 795-8710 or come by the Community Learning Center, 1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside

2.0 OC2251

MUS 281 Recording Arts III

Applied study of advanced recording configurations within a multi-track recording and mixdown environment. CSU PREREQUISITE: MUS 182.

Oceanside Campus 2390 T

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MUS 282 Recording Arts IV

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This course involves both musical and non-musical elements for final production of commercial music projects. CSU PREREQUISITE: MUS 281.

Oceanside Campus 2392 M

5:30pm-8:15pm

COOBATIS C

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2.0 OC2218

A High School Diploma or GED

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

73

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CSU; UC: Transferable course

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Music MUS 286 The Business of Music I

FREE

A course designed to address the ever-changing legal needs of the music industry. Students will utilize knowledge of the history and infrastructure of the music industry to create a realistic plan for job placement in the field.

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LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

+2394 TH 5:30pm-8:55pm SIEGEL D THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

3.0 OC2213

MUS 295 Concert Production

Requires active student participation in administration, promotion, sponsor solicitation, correlation of entries, verbal and written communication with sponsors/entrants, and technical teams. PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.

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MUS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

• • • •

2:30pm-3:20pm 5:30pm-7:15pm

FALKER M COOBATIS C

1.0 OC2218 1.0 OC2218

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2397 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Time Management Building Better Papers Computer Literacy Ready, Set, Research and more.

Call or stop by today! Located in the HUB Oceanside: (760) 795-6682 San Elijo: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7748 www.miracosta.edu/tutoring

Networking See Computer & Information Science

Nursing NURS 151 Body Systems Survey for Health Professions

Intended for students who are preparing for admission to the MiraCosta College LVN or allied health programs. Provides an introduction to the structure and function of body systems as well as fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance.

Need money for college?

Help awaits you in the Financial Aid/Scholarship Office!

Oceanside Campus 2479 TH 2480 T

There just never seems to be enough money for fees, books and supplies. The MiraCosta College Financial Aid/Scholarship Office may be able to help you. Whether it is with an enrollment fee waiver (BOGW), a Pell Grant or a book loan, we want to assist you. But we can’t do anything until you tell us that you need help.

3:00pm-5:45pm 7:00pm-9:45pm

COHICK K POPE JR L

3.0 OCT401 3.0 OC3516

ONLINE

2481 TBA BALDIS 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

We have bilingual staff including counselors to answer your questions five days a week. Evening hours are available four nights a week. Why not come in and get some help and maybe some money? Let us help you stay in school and be successful!

NURS 155 Basic Medical Terminology

A study of the correct usage of common medical terms and their application to clinical records and reports. CSU

Oceanside Campus 2482 T

Waiting to serve you, your Financial Aid/Scholarship Office staff at MiraCosta College

4:00pm-6:45pm

POPE JR L

3.0 OC3516

ONLINE

2483 TBA MCNEAL C 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Financial Aid/ Scholarship Office Building 3000 Oceanside Campus (760) 795-6711 Fall hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m–7 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.

New to MiraCosta College? Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree. The orientation schedule is on page 10. No appointment is necessary. It’s free. You can also “attend” orientation online:

www.miracosta.edu/onlineorientation Get off to a good start. Pencil in an orientation date on your calendar!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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NURS 160 Certified Nursing Assistant

NURS 171 Licensed Vocational Nursing II

Prepares students for employment in acute care, long-term care and skilled nursing facilities, and in-home care. Prior convictions for misdemeanors or felonies will need to be cleared from the Department of Health Services. Contact lead instructor for information. Contact Nursing Office for physical exam form. A uniform and valid social security card are required. PREREQUISITE: ENGL 803 or ESL 803; TB test; physical exam; Basic Health Care Provider CPR certification by American Heart Association.

Oceanside Campus

2554 T 8:00am-4:00pm &WTHF 7:00am-11:50am (08/26-10/17)

COHICK K ZAITZ A

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

This course will cover nutrition, medication administration, gerontology, adult growth and development, diabetes, and the integumentary system. PREREQUISITE: NURS 170 with a grade of “C” or better.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2562 M&TH 9:30am-2:25pm ESTRELLA R &M 3:00pm-5:00pm &TW 7:00am-3:00pm THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/11).

6.5 OCT401 OC4401

Introduces peri-operative and medical-surgical nursing, the genito-urinary and gastrointestinal systems, and communicable diseases. PREREQUISITE: NURS 171 with a grade of “C” or better.

6.5 OCT401 OC4401

Oceanside Campus 2564

Prepares students to perform venipuncture for the purpose of blood withdrawal and IV therapy. Instructs students in the techniques of initiating and maintaining common intravenous therapies including blood transfusions. Provides California State IV and Blood Withdrawal Certification for LVNs only. Completion certificates for all participants. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Possess a current California LVN/RN License; or be a LVN or RN graduate; or be enrolled in NURS 275 or the final semester (pending graduation) of a LVN or RN accredited school or nursing. 2558 FMTWF 8:00am-4:00pm ZAITZ A THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (12/05-12/12).

Introduces neurological, orthopedics, endocrine, oncology, and rehabilitation nursing, as well as patients with hematological and lymphatic diseases. PREREQUISITE: NURS 172 with a grade of “C” or better.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus 2566

1.0 OC4401

6:00pm-8:45pm

M 9:30am-2:25pm ESSMAN M 7.5 OC7053 &TH 9:30am-2:25pm OC4408 &M 3:00pm-5:00pm TBA &TW 7:00am-3:00pm TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/11).

NURS 274 Licensed Vocational Nursing V

Introduces the American Military Medical Corps member to therapeutic communication, medical/surgical nursing, basic nursing skills, basic pharmacology, and the nursing process. PREREQUISITE: 12 months experience as an American Military Medical Corps member or equivalent. *2484 M

M 9:30am-2:00pm MOORE J 7.5 OC7053 &TH 9:30am-2:00pm OC4408 &M 3:00pm-5:00pm TBA &TW 7:00am-3:00pm TBA (08/25-10/16)

NURS 173 Licensed Vocational Nursing IV

NURS 166 American Medical Corps Transition to Vocational Nurse

NAVAL HOSPITAL CAMP PENDLETON

7.5 OC4401 TBA TBA

NURS 172 Licensed Vocational Nursing III

NURS 165 Intravenous and Blood Withdrawal Certification for Nurses

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Room

Includes nursing care of patients with respiratory, circulatory disorders, home health/hospice, and leadership. Related anatomy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, psychology, and nutrition will be integrated into each unit. PREREQUISITE: NURS 173 with a grade of “C” or better.

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2568 M&TH 9:30am-2:00pm SIMPSON S 7.5 OCT401 &M 3:00pm-5:00pm TBA &TW TBA TBA +16 hours weekly TBA on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7am3pm or 12pm-8pm. (08/25-10/16)

3.0 USNH

NURS 166L American Medical Corps Transition to Vocational Nurse Lab

Introduces the American Military Medical Corps member to therapeutic communication, medical/surgical nursing, basic nursing skills, basic pharmacology, and the nursing process. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: NURS 166; 12 months experience as an American Military Medical Corps member or equivalent; CPR; physical exam; immunizations; background check; drug screening. COREQUISITE: NURS 166 if prerequisite not met. 2578 SUN 6:45am-3:30pm TBA 3.0 TBA

NURS 275 Licensed Vocational Nursing VI

Nursing care of obstetric, gynecologic, pediatric, and mental health patients as well as growth and development of the child and adolescent, and professional adjustment. PREREQUISITE: NURS 274 with a grade of “C” or better.

NURS 170 Licensed Vocational Nursing I

(Materials Fee: $20.00) Introduces beginning vocational nursing students to therapeutic communication, the nursing profession, basic nursing skills, basic pharmacology, and the nursing process. PREREQUISITES: NURS 160 or a current California CNA license; and PHAR 100; and NURS 151 or BIO 210 or BIO 220; and admission to the LVN program.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

NURS 281 Medical Surgical Nursing I: Care of the Adult and Gerontological Client

This is an 8-week class, (08/25-10/16) 2560 M&TH 9:30am-2:00pm ROBERTS S &M 3:00pm-4:50pm &TW 7:00am-3:00pm

Oceanside Campus 2576 W &F &S

5:00pm-9:30pm 4:00pm-6:00pm 7:00am-2:30pm

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

TBA

2570 M&TH 9:30am-2:25pm VIGNATO J &M 3:00pm-5:00pm &TW 7:00am-3:00pm THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/11).

7.5 OCT401 TBA TBA

7.5 OC4401 TBA TBA

Builds upon previously acquired knowledge and skills to provide nursing care of the young, middle, and older adult clients. PREREQUISITE: NURS 280. COREQUISITES: NURS 282 and PHAR 201.

7.5 OC4401 TBA TBA

Oceanside Campus

+ Repeatable course

2572 W 4:30pm-6:15pm BARDEN R 4.5 OCT401 &TBA TBA Students will be assigned one lab day either on Saturday or Monday from 7am-3pm.

75

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

2556 T 8:00am-4:00pm COHICK K &WTHF 7:00am-12:10pm CONCORS S THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-12/12).

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NURS 282 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing in the Acute and Community Setting

OCEA 101L Introductory Oceanography Laboratory

Oceanside Campus 2574

Units

Room

Study of navigational charts, waves, tides, coastal processes, and marine organisms. Field trips include visits to coastal marine habitats, an aquarium, and a half-day ocean voyage. Student-paid field trip fees will be discussed at the first class meeting. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: OCEA 101. COREQUISITE: OCEA 101 if prerequisite not met.

Focuses on the theory and practice related to mental health and illness. Includes the principles and practices of psychiatric-mental health nursing. PREREQUISITE: NURS 280. COREQUISITE: NURS 281 and PHAR 201.

Oceanside Campus

W 2:00pm-3:45pm DUNCAN Y 3.5 OCT401 &TBA TBA +4.5 hours weekly on Friday, Saturday or Monday from 7am11:30am or 11am-3:30pm.

1721 TH 1725 T 1722 F

NURS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

ALL COURSES

Time

Nursing

SAN ELIJO Campus

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2498 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

1723 M 1720 W

1:00pm-3:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm 2:00pm-4:45pm

RECTOR R TURBEVILLE J ANDERSON P

1.0 OC4529 1.0 OC4529 1.0 OC4529

1:00pm-3:45pm 1:00pm-3:45pm

MELDAHL K MELDAHL K

1.0 SAN406 1.0 SAN406

Pharmacology PHAR 100 Basic Pharmacology — Dosages and Calculations

Oceanography

Covers basic pharmacology concepts and principles and classifications of major drugs. Problem-solving for accurate measurement and calculation of medications is included. PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

OCEA 101 Introduction to Oceanography

Oceanside Campus

2314 W 3:45pm-6:30pm KOLT T 3.0 OC3516 **Note: Nursing Students are strongly recommended to take this class as the last of the three prerequisites. 2313 TH 6:30pm-9:15pm KOLT T 3.0 OC3103 **Note: Nursing Students are strongly recommended to take this class as the last of the three prerequisites.

The scientific study of the ocean. Topics include the formation and evolution of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus

1712 1713 1716 1717

TTH MW TTH TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus

1714 1715 2618 1718

MW MW TTH M

7:30am-8:45am 9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 5:00pm-6:15pm

ANDERSON P RECTOR R ANDERSON P RECTOR R

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC4529 OC4529 OC4529 OC4529

9:00am-10:15am 10:30am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 6:45pm-9:30pm

METZLER C METZLER C MELDAHL K SACRAMENTO G

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

SAN406 SAN406 SAN306 SAN406

ONLINE

2315 TBA BARDEN R 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. **Note: Nursing Students are strongly recommended to take this class as the last of the three prerequisites.

PHAR 201 Pharmacology Review and Update

Focuses on the review of principles of pharmacology and updates information related to the therapeutic use of drugs. May be taken for CEUs without corequisite with instructor approval. COREQUISITE: NURS 281 and NURS 282 if enrolled in LVN-RN program.

ONLINE

1711

TBA MELDAHL K 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1724 TBA TURBEVILLE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

ONLINE

2316 TBA DUNCAN Y 1.5 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

LATE-START/Online

Philosophy

1719 TBA TURBEVILLE J 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19). 1726 TBA MELDAHL M 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

PHIL 100 Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

Use of reasoning tools with an emphasis on practical life: arguments, fallacies, language, explanations. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 6)

Oceanside Campus 1997 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 1998 TTH

9:00am-10:15am

MARTIN J

3.0 OC3106

10:30am-11:45am LUENGO I

3.0 SAN202

ONLINE

1999 TBA MOON L 3.0 ONLINE (08/25-10/18) This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

Go to

surf.miracosta.edu

LATE-START/Online

2635 TBA MOON L 3.0 ONLINE THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/30-12/13). This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

for the most up-to-date class information.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

76

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Physical Science

PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality

PHSN 106 Energy, Motion, and Matter

Analysis of classical and contemporary works on issues such as free will, human nature, knowledge, and God. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 2)

Oceanside Campus

2000 2001 2002 2004

MW F TTH W

SAN ELIJO Campus 2005 TTH 2006 MW 2003 MW

7:30am-8:45am 9:00am-11:45am 10:30am-11:45am 6:45pm-9:30pm

MARTIN J LOPEZ M ALLEN B LOPEZ M

9:00am-10:15am LUENGO I 10:30am-11:45am LUENGO I 1:30pm-2:45pm LUENGO I

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

Oceanside Campus

OC3106 OC3106 OC3106 OC3106

1728 MW

Properties of matter, mechanics, heat, and sound. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN PHYS 2) PREREQUISITE: MATH 135 or MATH 125 and MATH 130 with a grade of “C” or better in each course or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 2585 MW

SAN ELIJO Campus 2009 MW

9:00am-10:15am

ALLEN B

3.0 SAN407

TBA

4.0 OC4526

PHYS 151 Principles of Physics I

An inquiry into the nature of morality as it applies to a variety of issues. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 4) 3.0 OC3106 3.0 OC3201

5:15pm-8:00pm

Fundamentals principles of physics in the area of motion, mechanics, and fluids. CSU;UC (CAN PHYS 8; PHYS 151 + PHYS 152 + PHYS 253 = CAN PHYS SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 2589 MW 2597 TTH

PHIL 105 Asian Philosophy and Religion

1:00pm-3:45pm 5:15pm-8:00pm

COLE J ARTUKOVIC E

4.0 OC4526 4.0 OC4526

1:00pm-3:45pm

ARTUKOVIC E

4.0 SAN502

An interdisciplinary survey of the philosophical and religious thought of South and East Asia and its application in theory and practice in traditional Asian societies. CSU;UC

SAN ELIJO Campus

Oceanside Campus

Study of thermodynamics, electricity, electrical circuits, magnetism, and electromagnetic fields. CSU;UC (CAN PHYS 12; PHYS 151 + PHYS 152 + PHYS 253 = CAN PHYS SEQ B) PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 152. COREQUISITE: MATH 155 and PHYS 152 if prerequisites not met.

2011

TTH

10:30am-11:45am SCOTT JAMES

2605 MW

PHYS 152 Principles of Physics II

3.0 OC3103

PHIL 122 World Religions

Comparison of major religions. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2012 W

6:45pm-9:30pm

WESELOH III

3.0 OC3104

2013 TTH 1:30pm-3:05pm LUENGO I THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

3.0 SAN609

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

Oceanside Campus 2601 TTH

1:00pm-3:45pm

COLE J

4.0 OC4526

PHYS 253 Principles of Physics III

Principles of physics in the areas of vibrations, waves, optics, special relativity, quantum mechanics, and atomic and nuclear physics. CSU;UC (CAN PHYS 14; PHYS 151 + PHYS 152 + PHYS 253 = CAN PHYS SEQ B) PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 152. COREQUISITE: MATH 155 and PHYS 152 if prerequisites not met.

LATE-START/Online

2014 TBA LUENGO I 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Oceanside Campus 2593 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus

Photography

2609 TTH

9:00am-11:45am

COLE J

4.0 OC4526

1:00pm-3:45pm

ARTUKOVIC E

4.0 SAN502

See Art (ART 207, 208, 251, 254)

Physical Education For all activity, exercise and weight training courses, see Kinesiology

Looking for good grades? Classes have you frustrated?

Physical Science

We can help—Free tutoring is available for most courses! The Tutoring & Academic Support Center is located in the libraries on both the Oceanside and San Elijo Campuses.

PHSN 101 Fundamentals of Physical Science

A survey of the physical sciences — astronomy, geology, physics, and chemistry — with emphasis placed on the principles and methods used in science. CSU;UC - credit limitation

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1727 MW 1:30pm-3:05pm YEAGER M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Call or stop by to make an appointment.

3.0 OC3606

+ Repeatable course

Oceanside Campus: (760)795-6682 San Elijo Campus: (760)944-4449, x7748 www.miracosta.edu/tutoring

77

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

Oceanside Campus

PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems

ALLEN B MARTIN J

3.0 OC4809

PHYS 111 Introductory Physics I

3.0 SAN306 3.0 SAN407 3.0 SAN407

9:00am-10:15am 5:00pm-6:15pm

10:30am-11:45am YEAGER M

Physics

2007 TBA MOON L 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

2008 TTH 2010 MW

Room

This course introduces the non-scientist to the fundamental concepts of physics and chemistry, and to the applications of these concepts to a wide variety of phenomena. CSU;UC - credit limitation

ONLINE

Oceanside Campus

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PLSC 101 Introduction to Political Science

See Computer Science

Study of society, law, government, ideologies in a social, historical, cultural, and economic context. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2015 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2016 T

3:00pm-4:15pm

GRAY G

3.0 OC3104

6:00pm-8:45pm

PHILLIPS J

3.0 SAN307

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

MW TTH MW TTH T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2022 MW 2023 TH

9:00am-10:45am 10:00am-11:45am 1:00pm-2:45pm 1:00pm-2:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

CHIRRA J PHILLIPS J CHIRRA J PHILLIPS J GRAY G

10:30am-12:15pm CASTANEDA G 6:00pm-9:45pm PHILLIPS J

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

Oceanside Campus

OC3104 OC3104 OC3104 OC3104 OC3104

3:00pm-4:15pm

BYRON M

2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031

MW MW TTH TTH TTH MW TH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2032 MW 2033 W

7:30am-8:45am 9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-10:15am 10:30am-11:45am 1:00pm-2:15pm 3:00pm-4:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

MELENYK G MELENYK G CURTISS W CURTISS W CURTISS W CURTISS W OLSON BERMUD

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3201 OC3201 OC3201 OC3201 OC3201 OC3201 OC3101

5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

CLOPTON J CLOPTON J

3.0 SAN505 3.0 SAN202

LATE-START/Online

4.0 SAN302 4.0 SAN307

2034 TBA DRECUN A 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Theories and principles of government with special attention to the problems created by modern industrialism and population pressures. Also a comparative survey of selected foreign governments. Only offered in the fall semester. CSU;UC 2024 MW

Room

A general introduction to the principles of human behavior. Topics include personality, stress, relationships, psychological disorders and psychotherapy. Emphasis is on both the scientific presentation of psychological information and the practical application of principles. No UC credit if taken after PSYC 101. CSU;UC - credit limitation

PLSC 103 Comparative Government

Oceanside Campus

Units

PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology

Designed specifically to satisfy the American Institutions and History requirement by studying basic concepts in American and California political and historical traditions. We also focus on concepts citizens should understand in order to vote intelligently and otherwise effectively participate in politics. CSU;UC (CAN GOVT 2)

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

Psychology

PLSC 102 American Institutions and History

ALL COURSES

Time

Political Science

PSYC 101 General Psychology

Examines the biological basis of human behavior including topics such as neuroanatomy, language, thought, learning, memory, sensation, and perception. Introduces research methods and statistics. CSU;UC (CAN PSY 2)

3.0 OC3104

Oceanside Campus

2035 2036 2037 2038 2039

TTH MW MW TTH T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2040 TTH 2041 TTH

7:30am-8:45am 10:30am-11:45am 12:00pm-1:15pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

PHILLIPS J CURTISS W CURTISS W HARRIS A TBA

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

9:00am-10:15am 1:00pm-2:15pm

DRECUN A HEPBURN B

3.0 SAN505 3.0 SAN505

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2042 F 9:00am-12:25pm ELCHLEPP M THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).

OC3101 OC3101 OC3101 OC3101 OC3101

3.0 OC3104

LATE-START/Online

Get to know your government this election year!

2043 TBA KELLEY R 3.0 ONLINE Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta. edu/home/rkelley. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

Introduction to Political Science (PLSC 101) covers politics, government and ideologies.

PSYC 101HSP Honors Scholar Program - PSYC 101 COREQUISITE: PSYC 101.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2044 T 2:30pm-4:15pm PHILLIPS J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/02-12/02). Students will meet on campus for eight (8) two-hour seminars during the semester: 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, and 12/2. In addition, for 10 weeks there is a two-hour per week afternoon commitment where students will participate in a child-oriented community service activity.

Write on! This fall, get personal, professional help with those tough writing assignments at MiraCosta’s Writing Center.

PSYC 103 Social Psychology

Examines the effects of society and social groups on individuals. CSU;UC

The Writing Center is located in the Hub on both the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses. Grab that unfinished draft—or even that blank sheet of paper—and call (760) 795-6682 for drop-in hours or an appointment.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Oceanside Campus 2045 MW 2046 T

78

10:30am-11:45am ESO S 6:45pm-9:30pm BAUM K

TBA: to be arranged

3.0 OC3606 3.0 OC3106

CSU; UC: Transferable course


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Psychology Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN PSY 6) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 2047 MW 2048 TTH 2049 T

SAN ELIJO Campus 2050 TTH 2051 TTH

9:00am-10:15am 3:00pm-4:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

ESO S KELLEY R HOSKINS B

10:30am-11:45am ESO S 12:00pm-1:15pm ESO S

Instructor

Units

Room

Student Helpdesk

PSYC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science

Oceanside Campus

Time

Computer Technical Assistance for Students

3.0 OC4612 3.0 OC4607 3.0 OC4612 3.0 SAN112 3.0 SAN112

LATE-START/Online

• Technical assistance with all campus computer systems (SURF, Blackboard, Etudes and more). • Online course assistance • Live support • Online chat • Online tutorials and FAQs

PSYC 112 Child Growth and Development

Study of the child from conception through six years of age. Principles of child growth and development including physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional realms within cultural and family contexts. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 2054 TH

6:45pm-9:30pm

WARE M

www.miracosta.edu/studenthelp studenthelp@miracosta.edu • (760) 795-6655 Open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. Extended hours during registration

3.0 OC3201

PSYC 113 Child and Adolescent Growth and Development

Study of the child from conception through adolescence. Principles of human development with emphasis on cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development within cultural and family contexts. Not open to students with credit in CHLD 113/PSYC 113. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 2055 MW 2056 W

9:00am-10:15am 3:00pm-5:45pm

SKEMP P PACIOREK L

3.0 OC8001 3.0 OC8001

ONLINE

2057 TBA SKEMP P 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

MiraCosta College’s Child Development Center: High Quality Care and Education for Your Child

PSYC 114 Abnormal Psychology

A detailed examination of behavioral disorders and clinical therapies for such disorders. CSU;UC ADVISORY: PSYC 100 or 101.

Oceanside Campus 2058 MW

9:00am-10:15am

HALL T

The Child Development Center at MiraCosta College is located on the Oceanside Campus and is open Monday through Friday, 7:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the academic year. Our classrooms provide developmentally appropriate, play-based and inclusive early care and education for children between the ages of 18 months and 5 1/2 years. MiraCosta student families receive priority enrollment as well as reduced fees. The center also enrolls children from faculty, staff and community families to reflect the diversity of our community. Morning classrooms are offered 9 a.m.– noon (with transition times to assist with parking) and the afternoon classroom is from 1–4 p.m. The lunch program is offered 12 –12:45 p.m. as an extension to the morning program. Early care is between 7:15 – 8:45 a.m. and late care is 4 – 4:45 p.m. Please visit the center and pick up an application for enrollment. You may also take a tour and download an application via the MiraCosta College web site. We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2008 semester. Apply early; spaces fill quickly.

3.0 OC3101

PSYC 115 Human Sexuality

Examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of human sexuality. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2059 MW 2060 M

SAN ELIJO Campus 2061 TTH

1:30pm-2:45pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

HEPBURN B HEPBURN B

3.0 OC3101 3.0 OC3101

9:00am-10:15am

ELCHLEPP M

3.0 SAN302

For specific information and program requirements, call the center at (760) 795-6656, stop by the center (Building 8000), or visit us online at www.miracosta.edu/childdev.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

79

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

2052 TBA KELLEY R 3.0 ONLINE Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta. edu/home/rkelley. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19). 2053 TBA KELLEY R 3.0 ONLINE Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta. edu/home/rkelley. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Reading

PSYC 121 Human Development

READ 100 Critical Reading and Thinking

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

Oceanside Campus

This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. CSU;UC - credit limitation

SAN ELIJO Campus 2063 TTH

10:30am-11:45am TBA

1363 TTH 1364 TTH 1365 TH

9:00am-10:15am

MIRANDA J

3.0 SAN505

Oceanside Campus +1366 MW +1367 MW

10:30am-12:45pm HOSKINS B

Oceanside Campus 1330 W

SAN ELIJO Campus 1331 F

3.0 OC4607

6:45pm-9:30pm

CULBERTSON E

3.0 OC3516

9:00am-11:45am

CULBERTSON E

3.0 SAN201

REAL 105 Real Estate Practice

This course covers the “how to” aspects of setting up a real estate practice. Among the essentials of a practice covered are filling out real estate contracts and completing the real estate transaction.

SAN ELIJO Campus 1332 M

6:45pm-9:30pm

DANIELS M

3.0 SAN601

ONLINE 1:30pm-2:45pm

TBA

1333 TBA CULBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

3.0 OC3201

Radiation Protection Technician

REAL 120 Real Estate Finance

Covers the basics of real estate finance including types of loans, the loan process, the loan application, credit reports, lenders, and the monetary system.

An overview of the science and application of radioactive materials. 2623 TH

4.0 OC3512 4.0 OC3512

1337 TBA CULBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

RPT 103 Radiation Fundamentals Oceanside Campus

TBA KOPFSTEIN R

ONLINE

Covers the physiology of the nervous system and the physiological mechanisms of transmission, sensation, perception, emotion, arousal, language, hemispheric specialization, learning and memory, the biological bases of various mental disorders, and principles of behavioral genetic research. CSU;UC (CAN PSY 10) PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101. 2067 MW

8:00am-9:45am 1:00pm-2:45pm

Includes nature of real estate, ethics, law, contracts, real estate finance, taxation, appraisal, property management, and public control. CSU

PSYC 260 Physiological Psychology

Oceanside Campus

3.0 OC3512 3.0 OC3512 3.0 OC3512

REAL 100 Real Estate Principles

Introduction to research methodologies in the behavioral sciences. Covers the scientific method; descriptive, correlation, and experimental research designs; sampling; bias and control. Involves library research, designing and implementing research projects, analyzing and interpreting data, and writing APA style research papers. Students with MATH 103 may take PSYC 104/SOC 104 concurrently with Research Methods. CSU;UC (CAN PSY 8) PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101 or SOC 101; and PSYC 104 or SOC 104; and ENGL 100. 2065 MW

7:30am-8:45am TBA 10:30am-11:45am KOPFSTEIN R 7:00pm-9:45pm TBA

Real Estate

3.0 OC3516

PSYC 205 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences

Oceanside Campus

Room

Allows a student to progress in areas of comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, reference skills, and word analysis using college preparatory materials and activities. ADVISORY: Qualify through the matriculation process.

Studies the family as a social institution. Includes social and psychological factors applied to understanding the family and intimate relationships. CSU;UC 2064 TTH

Units

READ 830 College Reading Development

PSYC 145 Psychology/Sociology of the Family

Oceanside Campus

Instructor

Develops techniques and strengthens critical thinking for reasoning and analysis of language and informative literature. CSU ADVISORY: Qualify through the matriculation process.

2062 MW 2:00pm-3:15pm KELLEY R 3.0 OC3516 As a late start course, this class will make up the six hours of class meeting time that did not occur during the first two weeks. This will be done using an online format, that is spread out evenly across the semester. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

ALL COURSES

Time

Psychology

6:45pm-9:30pm

GOLDIN E

3.0 OC4523

Oceanside Campus 1336 T

RPT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2499 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

6:45pm-9:30pm

MCGOWAN R

3.0 OC3512

REAL 130 Real Estate Appraisal

An introductory real estate appraisal course covering the fundamentals of appraisal plus the appraisal process and methods.

SAN ELIJO Campus 2512 TH

6:45pm-9:30pm

CAVANAUGH P

3.0 SAN302

REAL 240 Computer Applications in Real Estate

Fundamentals of computer applications and software as they relate to developing a real estate practice.

ONLINE

+1345 TBA CULBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

80

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Real Estate

Sociology

REAL 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1335 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Instructor

Units

Room

Includes the principles of human relationships and social institutions. CSU;UC (CAN SOC 2)

Oceanside Campus

Religious Studies

2080 2099 2083 2094 2084 2085 2086 2087

MW TTH TTH S MW TTH TTH M

See Philosophy (PHIL 122)

SAN ELIJO Campus

See also Hospitality, Tourism

RICHIE-ZAVAL HOSKINS B HOSKINS B MCCUNE B BAUM K MCCUNE B BAUM K GABLE M

9:00am-10:15am HA T 10:30am-11:45am BONCHEK P 6:45pm-9:30pm HA T

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

OC3102 OC3201 OC3101 OC3106 OC3201 OC3102 OC3103 OC3102

3.0 SAN407 3.0 SAN201 3.0 SAN401

ONLINE

REST 160 Culinary Arts Basics

2079 TBA HA T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

(Material Fee: $65.00) Covers hands-on fundamental professional cooking techniques using modern equipment and facilities including proper safety and sanitation procedures and professional work habits. Discussions, demonstrations, and hands-on activities will be utilized.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2088 MW 8:45am-10:20am BAUM K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

LATE-START

*1690 W 10:00am-2:20pm ALBO J 2.0 LEGO This class will be held at Legoland in Carlsbad, California. Parking directions are as follows:Exit Palomar Airport Road. Head Eastbound on Palomar Airport Road. Turn left at The Crossings Drive. Turn left into the LEGOLAND administrative entrance. Park in the MC (employee) lot. Display your MiraCosta parking pass. Proceed to the Security Gatehouse and present MiraCosta photo I.D. The name of the class facility is Sports Cafe. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

LATE-START/Online

2095 TBA HA T 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

SOC 101HSP Honors Scholar Program - SOC101 COREQUISITE: SOC 101.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

REST 260 Food and Beverage Controls

2089 T 3:30pm-5:15pm HOSKINS B 0.0 OC3201 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/16-11/18). This class meets the following Tuesdays: 9/16, 9/23, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

Presents principles and theories of control for food, beverage, and labor costs. Emphasizes operating budget, income and cost control, menu pricing, and computer applications.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

1692 W 3:00pm-6:10pm SMITH K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

3.0 OC4526

3.0 OCT306

SOC 102 Contemporary Social Problems

REST 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Analysis of problems of social inequality, poverty, crime, the family, education, health care, and others. CSU;UC (CAN SOC 4)

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1689 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See page 85 for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

SAN ELIJO Campus 2090 TTH

1:00pm-2:15pm

HA T

3.0 SAN303

SOC 103 Social Psychology

Examines the effects of society and social groups on individuals. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2070 MW 2071 T

10:30am-11:45am ESO S 6:45pm-9:30pm BAUM K

New to MiraCosta College?

3.0 OC3606 3.0 OC3106

Go to

Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree. The orientation schedule is on page 10. No appointment is necessary. It’s free. You can also “attend” orientation online:

surf.miracosta.edu for the most up-to-date class information.

www.miracosta.edu/onlineorientation Get off to a good start. Pencil in an orientation date on your calendar!

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

81

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

ALL COURSES

2081 TTH 2082 MW 2096 T

Restaurant Management

7:30am-8:45am 7:30am-8:45am 9:00am-10:15am 9:00am-11:45am 12:00pm-1:15pm 2:30pm-3:45pm 5:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm


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SOC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science

Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN PSY 6) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.

Oceanside Campus 2073 MW 2074 TTH 2076 T

SAN ELIJO Campus

ALL COURSES

2093 TTH 2100 TTH

9:00am-10:15am 3:00pm-4:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

ESO S KELLEY R HOSKINS B

10:30am-11:45am ESO S 12:00pm-1:15pm ESO S

3.0 OC4612 3.0 OC4607 3.0 OC4612 3.0 SAN112 3.0 SAN112

LATE-START/Online

MiraCosta College’s Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) helps students who have certain verified disabilities. Services include academic counseling, Braille services, individualized educational plans, test accommodations, note takers, in-class mobility aids, interpreters, readers, special content courses and more.

2075 TBA KELLEY R 3.0 ONLINE Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta. edu/home/rkelley. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19). 2098 TBA KELLEY R 3.0 ONLINE Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta. edu/home/rkelley. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/19).

SOC 105 Introduction to Justice Studies

Explores social, economic, and criminal justice issues by means of sociological, philosophical, and legal perspectives and methodologies. CSU;UC - credit limitation

Find out more at www.miracosta.edu/StudentServices/DSPS or by calling DSPS at (760) 795-6658.

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2102 MW 1:30pm-3:05pm CONNOLLY/HA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

3.0 OC3103

SOC 120 Introduction to Women’s Studies

Emphasis on current research and awareness of the objective conditions in women’s lives as related to social class, different cultures, subcultures, and countries. CSU;UC

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2091 TTH 1:30pm-3:05pm BAUM K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

Service Learning

3.0 OCT402

SOC 145 Psychology/Sociology of the Family

Studies the family as a social institution. Includes social and psychological factors applied to understanding the family and intimate relationships. CSU;UC

Oceanside Campus 2077 TTH

9:00am-10:15am

MIRANDA J

3.0 OC3516

SOC 205 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences

Introduction to research methodologies in the behavioral sciences. Covers the scientific method; descriptive, correlation, and experimental research designs; sampling; bias and control. Involves library research, designing and implementing research projects, analyzing and interpreting data, and writing APA style research papers. Students with MATH 103 may take PSYC 104/SOC 104 concurrently with Research Methods. CSU;UC (CAN PSY 8) PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101 or SOC 101; and PSYC 104 or SOC 104; and ENGL 100.

Are you looking for ways to get involved with the community? Have you wondered how to apply classroom knowledge to the real world? If so, service learning is for you! Service learning is a teaching method that partners community service with academic instruction. Students learn through participation in thoughtfully organized service activities that: • are course-relevant.

Oceanside Campus

• meet community needs.

2078 MW

This course uses race and ethnicity theories to systematically examine and connect past historical events to current racial and ethnic dynamics in the United States. CSU;UC

• instill an ethic of service and foster a commitment to civic participation.

For more information about service learning or to find out which classes offer service learning, contact the Service Learning Office at (760) 795-6616, or visit us online at www.miracosta.edu/serve.

+ Repeatable course

3.0 OC4607

SOC 207 Race and Ethnic Relations

• provide structured time for students to reflect on their service as it relates to course objectives through reading, writing and dialogue.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

10:30am-12:45pm HOSKINS B

LATE-START/Oceanside Campus

2097 TTH 1:00pm-2:35pm HOSKINS B THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

82

TBA: to be arranged

3.0 OCT307

CSU; UC: Transferable course


mCC CREDIT courses • FALL 2008 Class No. Days

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Sociology

Spanish

SOC 210 Child, Family, and Community

SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)

Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.

Oceanside Campus 2068 TTH

SAN ELIJO Campus 2069 T

ONLINE

2101

9:00am-10:15am

KENSEL E

3.0 OC8001

6:45pm-9:30pm

WARE M

3.0 SAN505

Units

Room

Continuation of SPAN 101. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency. Students with credit in SPAN 201, 202, or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 102. CSU;UC (CAN SPAN 4; SPAN 101 + SPAN 102 = CAN SPAN SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: SPAN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school Spanish.

Oceanside Campus

TBA MOORE V 3.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

1090 1092 1094 1096 1098

MW TTH TTH MW TTH

8:00am-10:15am 10:30am-12:45pm 1:00pm-3:15pm 4:00pm-6:15pm 7:00pm-9:15pm

CORTES M TBA OCHOA S TALAMANTES E WALL D

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

OC3504 OC4802 OC4802 OCT413 OC3504

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

Introduction to modern Spanish through study of grammar, reading, and writing. Emphasis on developing oral proficiency. Students with credit in SPAN 102, 201, 202, or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 101. CSU;UC (CAN SPAN 2; SPAN 101 + SPAN 102 = CAN SPAN SEQ A)

Oceanside Campus

1054 1056 1058 1060 1062 1064 1066 1068 1070

MTWT MTWT MTWT MW TTH MW TTH MW TTH

7:30am-8:35am 9:00am-10:05am 10:30am-11:35am 12:00pm-2:15pm 2:00pm-4:15pm 4:00pm-6:15pm 4:30pm-6:45pm 7:00pm-9:15pm 7:00pm-9:15pm

RAJAH R TBA OCHOA S WESTLAKE O TBA OLSEN S GUTIERREZ V TBA MENDOZA P

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

OC3515 OC3515 OC3504 OC4802 OC3609 OC4802 OC3504 OC3606 OC3515

SAN ELIJO Campus 1102 1104 1106 1108

1072 TBA VIDAL L 4.0 OC4701 This section is a self-paced class offered through the Oceanside International Language Resource Center (OC4701). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a onehour orientation meeting at 5pm, on Wednesday, August 27 OR Thursday, August 28, in OC4701. Wednesdays 4-6:30pm,Thursdays 2:30-5pm, and some Fridays TBA, are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

1074 1076 1078 1080 1082

MW TTH MW TTH MW

9:00am-11:15am 9:00am-11:15am 1:00pm-3:15pm 4:00pm-6:15pm 6:45pm-9:00pm

TBA TBA HOUSE C TBA OCAMPO M

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

4.0 SAN606 4.0 SAN306 4.0 SAN502

TBA HOUSE C 4.0 SAN508 This section is a self-paced class offered through the San Elijo International Language Resource Center (SAN508). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a one-hour orientation meeting at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 26 in SAN508. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:00-6:30 pm are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

2506 TBA HERNANDEZ P 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

SPAN 152 Beginning Conversation

SAN303 SAN308 SAN306 SAN606 SAN609

Basic Spanish for everyday situations. Emphasis on oral communication with an overview of grammar and vocabulary fundamentals.

SAN ELIJO Campus 1110

F

9:30am-12:15pm

PICKSLAY A

3.0 SAN502

SPAN 160 Spanish for Health Care Providers I

1084 TBA HOUSE C 4.0 SAN508 This section is a self-paced class offered through the San Elijo International Language Resource Center (SAN508). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a one-hour orientation meeting at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 26 in SAN508. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:00-6:30 pm are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

Provides students in the health care fields with the basic language skills needed to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients. Introductory Spanish grammar and vocabulary needed by medical personnel (body parts, organs, systems, common diseases and symptoms).

Oceanside Campus 1111

ONLINE

W

5:00pm-6:15pm

OCHOA S

1.5 OC3512

Join the staff of the Chariot, MiraCosta College’s student newspaper, this fall! Earn internship credit or a

1086 TBA HERNANDEZ P 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. 1088 TBA VIDAL L 4.0 ONLINE This course will be taught on the Internet. For course information go to the CyberCosta website at www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.

+ Repeatable course

10:30am-12:45pm BECKMAN W 1:00pm-3:15pm HOUSE C 6:30pm-8:45pm MARQUES D

ONLINE

Self-Paced/San Elijo Campus

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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Self-Paced/San Elijo Campus

Self-Paced/Oceanside Campus

SAN ELIJO Campus

TBA VIDAL L 4.0 OC4701 This section is a self-paced class offered through the Oceanside International Language Resource Center (OC4701). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a onehour orientation meeting at 5pm, on Wednesday, August 27 OR Thursday, August 28, in OC4701. Wednesdays 4-6:30pm,Thursdays 2:30-5pm, and some Fridays TBA, are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

scholarship, make new friends and get involved in the college. For more information, e-mail mccchariot@yahoo.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6254.

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SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)

SPEC 840 Strategies Designed for Students with Learning Disabilities: Mathematics

Continuation of SPAN 101 and SPAN 102. Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Emphasis on communicative proficiency. Readings from diverse sources. Students with credit in SPAN 202 or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 201. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN SPAN 8; SPAN 201 + SPAN 202 = CAN SPAN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school Spanish.

Oceanside Campus 1112 1114 1116

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1118 1120

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8:00am-10:15am VIDAL L 10:30am-12:45pm ALVAREZ F 6:45pm-9:00pm VON SON C

4.0 OC3609 4.0 OC3515 4.0 OC3504

1:00pm-3:15pm 6:30pm-8:45pm

4.0 SAN308 4.0 SAN609

RODRIGUEZ L GOMEZ-CARLSS

Students receive instruction in mathematics as prescribed by their individual education plans. Visual and auditory processing skills through work in mathematics plus compensatory techniques are emphasized.

Oceanside Campus +1368 MW +1369 TTH

Designed for students with learning disabilities. Prepares students to write clear, organized sentences, paragraphs, and essays utilizing reading and study strategies to enhance learning in English classes.

Oceanside Campus +1370 TTH

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ALVAREZ/VON SON 4.0 OC3515

SPAN 205 Advanced Composition: Hispanic Film and Literature

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TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm LEE T THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

Surgical Technology This course introduces the student to the field of surgical technology. Topics include the role and scope of practice, hospital organization, legal and ethical issues, basic principles of aseptic technique and the infectious process, care of the patient during all phases of the surgical experience, surgical pathologies related to each body system, fundamentals of surgical microbiology, surgical pharmacology, safety, physics, and robotics necessary to the care of the surgical patient. PREREQUISITES: NURS 151, NURS 155, and PHAR 100 with a grade of “C” or better. COREQUISITES: SURG 101L.

3.0 SAN609

Oceanside Campus 2317 MT

9:00am-12:45pm

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8.0 OC4408

SURG 101L Surgical Patient Care Concepts

TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm LEE T THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

Laboratory accompanies SURG 101. Students will apply principles and knowledge in a mock operating room environment. This class is offered pass/no pass only. COREQUISITES: SURG 101.

3.0 SAN609

Oceanside Campus 2318 MT &W

¡Mejore su español escrito y prepárese para las clases de nivel universitario!

EDWARDS L

5.0 OC4408 OC4408

Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas on the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses and at the CLC. Please look at the map at the back of this schedule to find the locations of designated smoking areas. Signs at each campus also mark the location of these areas.

New course recommended for Spanish majors and for native Spanish speakers—improve your language skills through the study of the literature and cinema of Spain and Latin America.

+ Repeatable course

1:30pm-5:15pm 9:00am-3:45pm

Did you know?

SPAN 205, Advanced Composition: Hispanic Film and Literature

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

TBA

SURG 101 Principles of Surgical Technology

Emphasis on oral communication and intermediate level writing in Spanish. Review of some advanced grammar. May be taken concurrently with SPAN 202. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 or SPAN 210 or four years of high school Spanish. 1125

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See MATH 103, PSYC 104, SOC 104

3.0 OC3504

SPAN 211 Intermediate Conversation and Writing

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

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Development of oral communication and reading comprehension through cultural materials, discussion of practical topics, fundamental and expanded vocabulary, and commonly used idioms. Some grammar review. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school Spanish. 1124

See Communication

SPAN 210 Intermediate Conversation and Reading

LATE-START/San Elijo Campus

3.0 OC3005

Speech

Essay writing in Spanish with attention to the process of writing. Discussion of Spanish-language films and an introduction to Hispanic literature. Designed to prepare students for upper-division course work in Spanish. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: SPAN 202 or SPAN 203 or equivalent.

Oceanside Campus

SCHAEFER N

Designed for students who have a suspected learning disability. Individual assessment evaluates learning strengths, weaknesses, and styles with a goal toward establishing appropriate educational objectives and improved academic performance. This class is offered pass/no pass only.

Oceanside Campus 1:00pm-3:15pm

9:00am-10:15am

SPEC 860 Educational Planning and Assessment

Continuation of SPAN 201. Emphasis on reading, composition, and oral communication. CSU;UC (CAN SPAN 10; SPAN 201 + SPAN 202 = CAN SPAN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 with a “C” or better or four years of high school Spanish or equivalent. 1122

3.0 O C3005 3.0 OC3005

SPEC 850 English Essentials Designed for Students with Learning Disabilities

SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish (Fourth Semester)

Oceanside Campus

10:30am-11:45am SCHAEFER N 10:30am-11:45am SCHAEFER N

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Theatre See Dramatic Arts

Tourism See also Hospitality TOUR 184 Introduction to Travel Services

Considers international destinations, business cycles and their effects on contemporary travel planning. Utilizes basic travel industry tools to plan and book itineraries, including the Official Airline Guide, travel planner, and airline computer reservation system. Explores the role of the Internet in travel operations. CSU

Oceanside Campus

1693 TH 6:00pm-9:25pm SMITH K THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

3.0 OC4809

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1694 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See ad this page for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

CO-OP & INTERNSHIPS

Get credit for your experience!

Wine Technology

Cooperative Work Experience Education (Co-op)

See Horticulture (HORT 145, 147, 148)

Woodworking

Co-op offers you the opportunity to earn college credit for the job you have. You will identify learning objectives and workbased projects that will enhance your understanding of your position, your profession and the world of work. If your job is related to your major, you may earn up to 4 units of credit; if it is not related to your major, you may earn up to 3 units of credit.

See ART 223

Work Experience Education WKEX 233 Coop Work Exp — General

For students whose work is not related to their instructional major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed and complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1128 TBA DAVIS D 3.0 TBA **All students are required to attend one classroom session or they will be dropped from the class. See ad this page for course requirements. For more information call (760) 795-6772 or visit www.miracosta.edu/careers.

Internships Internships allow you the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in a field that interests you. Internships link classroom learning to the work world, help you develop mentor relationships and professional contacts and add significant experience to your resume. You may earn from .5 to 3 units of credit for an internship. Students must have completed 6 MiraCosta College units and be enrolled in 3 units in addition to the internship, except in summer.

Yoga See Kinesiology

How to Enroll To enroll in either course, contact the Career Center to schedule attendance at an orientation session. For both programs, you must work or intern 75 paid hours or 60 non-paid hours per unit over the course of the semester. Hours are counted from the first day of the semester or the day you enroll in the course, whichever is later. These classes offer flexible enrollment dates.

Orientation Students must attend one mandatory two-hour orientation session. Call the Career Center at (760) 795-6772 or stop by Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus to sign up for your orientation date and time.

Train for a career in tourism!

Questions?

Introduction to Travel Services, TOUR 184 Cooperative Work Experience— Occupational, TOUR 299

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Call (760) 795-6772, stop by the Career Center in Bldg. 3700, or check our web site: www.miracosta.edu/careers

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TOUR 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational


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San Elijo Campus 3333 Manchester Avenue • Cardiff-by-the-Sea San Elijo Campus Highlights: Small classes with personal attention; beautiful campus facing the lagoon; recently expanded and remodeled Library and Information Hub; plenty of parking; and active student government and clubs. The newly expanded student center includes a cafeteria and rooftop dining, student activities offices and meeting rooms and a new bookstore. Class No. Days

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Anthropology

ACCT 101 Practical Accounting

ANTH 101HSP Honors Scholar Program - ANTH 101

Course covers recordkeeping for sole proprietorships in trade or service businesses as well as financial statements, worksheets, and journals. 1289 TTH 10:30am-12:15pm DESCHAMPS M 4.0 SAN303 Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on the accounting process and financial statements. A requirement for the Accounting and Bookkeeping certificates. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 2; BUS 201 + BUS 202 = CAN BUS SEQ A) ADVISORY: ACCT 101 recommended. 1340 TTH 8:30am-10:15am DESCHAMPS M 4.0 SAN303 1292 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm VERA S 4.0 SAN303 1294 TTH 6:00pm-7:45pm MARTIN L 4.0 SAN303

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ANTH 101L Biological Anthropology Laboratory

Lab to accompany ANTH 101. Practical, hands-on learning in genetics, human osteology, primate comparative anatomy, methods for observing primate behavior, fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ANTH 101. COREQUISITE: ANTH 101 if prerequisite not met. 1926 TH 6:45pm-9:30pm FROEHLE A 1.0 SAN502

ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology

ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting

Explores human cultural variation in use of the environment, gender roles, language, art, ritual, and celebrations of the life cycle. CSU;UC (CAN ANTH 4) 1920 MW 10:30am-11:45am MILLER L 3.0 SAN502

Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on decision-making, planning, controlling, and costing with accounting information. A requirement for the Accounting certificate. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 4; BUS 201 + BUS 202 = CAN BUS SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: ACCT 201. 1341 MW 10:30am-12:15pm VERA S 4.0 SAN307 1295 MW 6:00pm-7:45pm MARTIN L 4.0 SAN303

Architecture ARCH 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1168 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

ACCT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1298 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Art

Administration of Justice

ART 100 Drawing and Composition

Beginning course in drawing which develops basic drawing skills, perception, and personal expression. CSU;UC (CAN ART 8) 2200 MW 9:30am-12:15am RAMOS D 3.0 SAN205 2204 TTH 2:00pm-4:45pm GOELTZENLEUCH 3.0 SAN205

ADM 100 Introduction to the Administration of Justice

Explores roots of our criminal justice system. Discusses criminal justice subsystems, their relationship to the overall social system, and issues relevant to criminal law, crime statistics, crime causation, criminal procedure, and rationales for punishment. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN AJ 2) 1904 TTH 1:15pm-2:50pm CONNOLLY P 3.0 SAN307 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

ART 101 Design and Color

Students will create artworks using paint, drawing materials, and other media to demonstrate and evaluate fundamental principles of design and color. History, theory, and critical analysis of art will be integrated into the study of design and color. CSU;UC (CAN ART 14) +2307 TTH 1:00pm-3:45pm GRAY-ADAMS G 3.0 SAN206 +2210 MW 2:00pm-4:45pm ADAME A 3.0 SAN206

ADM 299 Cooperative Work Experience  —  Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1907 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

ART 103 Beginning Sculpture

(Materials Fee: $25.00) In this sculpture course students explore the language of three-dimensional form, structure, and space. CSU;UC (CAN ART 12) 2296 MW 10:00am-1:20pm NERI G 3.0 SAN206 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

Anthropology

ART 157 Art Orientation

ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology

An overview of the field of art, covering elements of form, subject, and various media. CSU;UC 2277 F 10:00am-12:45pm CONTRERAS J 3.0 SAN606

Examines human appearance and behavior from a biological perspective, including coverage of evolution theory, genetics, primate ecology, and the fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU;UC (CAN ANTH 2) 1914 MW 9:00am-10:15am MILLER L 3.0 SAN502 1917 TTH 2:30pm-3:45pm DORNER M 3.0 SAN606

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Units

COREQUISITE: ANTH 101. 1925 T 12:00pm-12:50pm PAIN B 0.0 SAN306 For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

ACCT 201 Financial Accounting

SAN ELIJO

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+ Repeatable course

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ART 158 Traditional Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

AUTO 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

An introduction to art of Africa, Oceania, and the Pre-Columbian Americas. CSU;UC 2221 MW 1:30pm-2:45pm BUOTE M 3.0 SAN606

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For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1175 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

ART 203 Life Drawing

The human figure is the subject of this drawing course. Students work from a nude model using a variety of media including charcoal and pastels. CSU;UC (CAN ART 24) +2284 MW 6:45pm-9:30pm WHEELDEN M 3.0 SAN205

Astronomy ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy

ART 204 Painting

Introductory course surveying a broad range of astronomical topics including light and telescopes, the solar system and its components, planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology. Emphasizes the nature and process of science. Not open to students with credit in ASTR 201. CSU;UC - credit limitation 1697 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm FRENCH R 3.0 SAN401 1698 T 6:45pm-9:30pm FITZGERALD B 3.0 SAN406

Students will study past and present practices in painting working from various subjects which may include still life, landscape, figures, or portraits either from life or two-dimensional references using oils or acrylic as determined by instructor. CSU;UC (CAN ART 10) ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101. +2226 F 9:00am-3:45pm NUGENT K 3.0 SAN205 +4.5 hours of field trips to be arranged. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19). +2224 TTH 9:30am-12:45pm NEMOUR L 3.0 SAN205 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

Biological Sciences BIO 101 General Biology

ART 205 Waterbase Media

ART 225 Ceramics

BIO 101L General Biology Laboratory

ART 206 Figure Painting

Laboratory to accompany BIO 101. Provides participation in experiments, demonstrations, and discussions. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: BIO 101. COREQUISITE: BIO 101 if prerequisite not met. 2146 F 9:00am-11:45am DORNER M 1.0 SAN402 2185 TH 1:00pm-3:45pm SUZUKI E 1.0 SAN402 2150 M 6:45pm-9:30pm KURZ-CAMACHO 1.0 SAN402 2152 T 6:45pm-9:30pm WOO M 1.0 SAN402

(Materials Fee: $25.00) Emphasis on creative use of ceramic material and techniques. Fee does not include costs to purchase clay. CSU;UC (CAN ART 6) +2248 F 9:00am-2:45pm BERNING K 3.0 SAN206

ART 247 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop. Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU 2266 MW 10:30am-11:45am CLEVELAND K 3.0 SAN108 2267 TH 1:00pm-3:45pm MALONE J 3.0 SAN108

BIO 102 Ecology and Environmental Biology

A general education course for non-biology majors. Uses interdisciplinary approach to environmental science; covers topics such as population growth, resource use, pollution, biodiversity and extinction. Meets the GE science lab requirement. Includes field trips to local venues. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 2509 MW 10:30am-12:05pm WEST J 4.0 SAN401 &W 1:00pm-4:10pm SAN402 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/17).

ART 251 Digital Photography

Study of the digital camera, photographic principles, image editing techniques, printing and presentation. CSU;UC ADVISORY: ART 207, and ART 247 or MAT 110. 2298 F 9:00am-2:45pm WALKER R 3.0 SAN108

BIO 105 Genes and Technology in Society

ART 259 History of Renaissance to Modern Art

Introductory course in biology with a focus on the applications and implications of biology and biotechnology in medicine and agriculture. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL100. 2186 M 6:30pm-9:55pm HOLLAND A 3.0 SAN306 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

Survey of Western art history from Renaissance to early Twentieth Century. CSU;UC (CAN ART 4; ART 258 + ART 259 = CAN ART SEQ A) 2295 MW 9:00am-10:15am BUOTE M 3.0 SAN606

ART 260 History of Modern Art

Survey of western modern art from Impressionism to post World War II. CSU;UC 2260 TH 6:45pm-9:30pm ABEL J 3.0 SAN606

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

BIO 170 Marine Biology

Explores the diversity of marine organisms and introduces basic biological and ecological concepts. Combining classroom investigation with field exploration, the laboratory emphasizes an understanding of the marine environment from the biology of marine organisms to the structure of coastal communities. CSU;UC 2158 TTH 10:30am-11:45am DONLEY J 4.0 SAN401 &T 12:30pm-3:15pm SAN402

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Working from a posed model, students explore various approaches to the representation of the human figure. Media may include oils, acrylics, ink, watercolor, or pastels as directed by the instructor. CSU;UC ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 204. +2282 MW 6:45pm-9:30pm WHEELDEN M 3.0 SAN205

This introductory course prepares students for higher level biology courses required for biology/health science and related majors. It emphasizes basic biological principles, often using the human as the organism of focus. Concepts are applied in a real-world context to develop the student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. Meets the GE science lecture requirements for CSU and UC . CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in BIO 101L strongly recommended. Eligibility for ENGL 100. 2133 MW 9:00am-10:15am BAUGHMAN G 3.0 SAN401 2135 TTH 9:00am-10:15am SUZUKI E 3.0 SAN401 2138 MW 1:30pm-2:45pm BAUGHMAN G 3.0 SAN401 2183 TTH 5:00pm-6:15pm DORNER M 3.0 SAN401 2142 W 6:45pm-9:30pm KURZ-CAMACHO 3.0 SAN401

Composition, techniques, and theory of painting using watercolor/waterbase media. CSU;UC +2230 F 9:00am-3:45pm NUGENT K 3.0 SAN205 +4.5 hours of field trips to be arranged. Emphasis in Acrylic Paint. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/12-12/19).


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BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and Organismal

BIO 210 Human Anatomy

Course covers biological diversity, plant/animal physiology, evolutionary biology, behavior, and ecology. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 4; BIO 202 + 204 = CAN BIOL SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: Completion of college-level course work in biology with focus at organismal or populational level, e.g., BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103, BIO 150, BIO 170, or BIO 220. 2162 MW 10:30am-11:45am IHARA J 4.0 SAN505 &M 1:00pm-3:45pm SAN402

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Emphasis is placed on the integration of body systems and interactions at the cellular and molecular levels for maintaining homeostasis. Students will have the opportunity to record and analyze their own physiological data. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 12; BIO 210 + BIO 220 = CAN BIOL SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: BIO 101 or BIO 204 or BIO 210. ADVISORY: CHEM 100 or CHEM 104. 2195 TTH 5:00pm-6:15pm DONLEY J 4.0 SAN407 &TH 6:45pm-9:30pm SAN402

Biotechnology BTEC 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

SEMSTER 1:

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2491 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

BIO 101 + 101L* SEMESTER 2:

BIO 210 or BIO 210 + 220 SEMESTER 3:

BIO 220

BIO 230

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BIO 220 Human Physiology

Suggested course sequence for students entering R.N., B.S. in nursing, dental hygiene or physician assistant programs:

SEMESTER 4:

Instructor

Study of the human body through a systemic approach, including microscopic and gross anatomy. The course will provide an introduction to techniques in dissection (cat) and study of prosected cadavers. CSU;UC (CAN BIOL 10; BIO 210 + BIO 220 = CAN BIOL SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: BIO 101 or NURS 151 or a minimum 3-unit course in biology that includes curriculum which presents principles of cellular life. 2168 MW 8:00am-8:50am TIFFANY B 4.0 SAN401 &MW 9:00am-11:45am SAN402

Allied Health Majors

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Biological Sciences

Business Administration BUS 120 Introduction to Business

SEMESTER 3:

Covers economics, global markets, social responsibility, ownership forms, entrepreneurship, management, organization, employee relations, marketing, decision-making, accounting, and financial management. CSU;UC 1304 TTH 9:00am-10:15am SOZA R 3.0 SAN606

BIO 230

Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses. You should also contact your transfer university to determine any additional prerequisites that may be completed at MiraCosta.

BUS 130 Small Business Management

Covers research, analyzing trends and competition, startup, business plans, franchises, legal issues, marketing, accounting, managing personnel. CSU 1306 M 6:00pm-8:45pm APGER G 3.0 SAN302

*The BIO 101 Lab is recommended to enhance success in BIO 101 and in future lab-based courses.

BUS 131 Management Principles

Contemporary management issues including planning, organizing, leading, evaluating, hiring, training, teamwork, labor, and law. CSU 1318 T 6:00pm-8:45pm LEVY L 3.0 SAN308

Bio Majors

BUS 132 Marketing

Covers segmenting, targeting, market research, buyer behavior, distribution, retailing, advertising, selling, and international issues. CSU 1307 MW 10:30am-11:45am LOVEJOY N 3.0 SAN308

Suggested course sequence for transfer students: SEMESTER 1:

BUS 140 Legal Environment of Business

CHEM 108 and one of the following:* BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103, BIO 105, BIO 150 or BIO 170 SEMESTER 2:

Covers courts, torts, crimes, contracts, sales, consumer protection, insurance, bankruptcy, agency, employment, business entities, secured transactions, real/personal property, landlord/tenant, wills/trusts. CSU;UC (CAN BUS 12) 1313 MW 9:00am-10:15am LUND E 3.0 SAN201 1322 W 6:00pm-8:45pm LUND E 3.0 SAN606

SEMESTER 3:

BUS 290 Business Communication

CHEM 110 and BIO 202 CHEM 111 and BIO 204**

Effective written, oral and electronic communication through carefully organized and designed memos, letters, reports and presentations. CSU PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: ENGL 100. 1320 TTH 10:30am-11:45am SOZA R 3.0 SAN606

Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses. You should also contact your transfer university and/or a counselor at the MiraCosta University Transfer Center (ext. 6880) to determine the appropriate course sequence. *Students may also use MATH 101 to meet the prerequisites for BIO 202, though some prior course work in biology is strongly recommended. **Students may also need BIO 220 to satisfy prerequisites for upper-division biology course work at some institutions.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

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Career and Life Planning

BUS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

CRLP 100 Career and Life Planning

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1321 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

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This course provides a comprehensive approach to career and life planning. Topics include assessment of interests, personality characteristics, transferable skills, work values, career exploration, decision-making, goal setting and planning, and job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on actively managing one’s career to achieve satisfaction through work and life balance. CSU 2527 MW 10:30am-11:45am BADER E 3.0 SAN306

CRLP 101 Introduction to Career Planning

Business Office Technology

An introduction to the career planning process including self-assessment, career research, decision-making, and job search strategies. Stages of career development and the active management of one’s own career will be emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU 1006 TTH 8:30am-10:15am ROSEN R 1.0 SAN107 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-11/25) No class meetings on 10/30, 11/6, 11/13.

BOT 100 Beginning Keyboarding

Beginning keyboarding course for those who need to learn the alphabetic keys and basic keyboarding technique. Finger placement and accuracy are emphasized, not speed. This class is offered pass/no pass only. 1372 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 SAN106 All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

Chemistry CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry

BOT 101 Advanced Keyboarding

Advanced keyboarding course for those who wish to increase speed and accuracy. This class is offered pass/no pass only. 1373 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 SAN106 All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

Beginning course that teaches the student the language, materials, mathematics, and principles of chemistry. Designed for the non-chemistry major, and along with CHEM 102, makes up the “General-Organic-Biological” (GOB) sequence required for many allied health fields. While this course has no prerequisites, high school-level math skills are assumed. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN CHEM 6) 2110 M 5:30pm-8:15pm TBA 4.0 SAN407 &W 5:30pm-8:15pm SAN402

BOT 102 10-Key

CHEM 108 Preparatory Chemistry

Provides skills in problem-solving, math, critical thinking, and abstract visualization used in CHEM 110. Historical development of chemistry, graphing and measurements, dimensional analysis, atomic theory, nomenclature, quantum theory, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, bonding theory, Lewis structures, and the relationship between chemistry and society. (Not open to students with credit in CHEM 110.) CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. COREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B if prerequisite not met. 2128 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm LEE N 3.0 SAN308

BOT 110 Word Processing

Students practice the operations of a word processing application through document production assignments including electronic messages and Internet assignments. Lectures and supplemental information are included in Blackboard. ADVISORY: BOT 100 or at least 25 wpm keyboarding speed. 1376 TBA STRIEBEL K 3.0 SAN106 All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.

CHEM 110 General Chemistry

Study of fundamental principles and their applications. Chemical calculations are emphasized. Laboratory assignments complement the work in class. CSU;UC (CAN CHEM 2; CHEM 110 + CHEM 111 = CAN CHEM SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: CHEM 108 or one year of high school chemistry, and MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. ADVISORY: CHEM 108 strongly recommended if it has been four or more years since chemistry course. 2114 TTH 8:30am-11:15am GOUETH P 5.0 SAN402 &TTH 11:30am-12:45pm SAN302

BOT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1384 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Child Development CHLD 121 Human Development

This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. CSU;UC - credit limitation 1763 TTH 10:30am-11:45am TBA 3.0 SAN505

CHLD 140 Children’s Literature and Language

Emphasis on oral communication using story telling, puppets, films, conversations, and dramatic play. CSU ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1764 TH 6:15pm-9:40pm ANDERSON L 3.0 SAN505 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

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CHLD 210 Child, Family, and Community

Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1770 T 6:45pm-9:30pm WARE M 3.0 SAN505

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This course teaches only the 10-key pad on the computer keyboard. Students learn finger placement and practice numeric drills to build speed and accuracy. This class is offered pass/no pass only. 1374 TBA STRIEBEL K 1.0 SAN106 All students enrolled in this self-paced class can choose to work online or in any of the BOT labs: BOT Model Office OC4803B, SAN106, or CLC133. Students can enroll in the course until 10/30 with instructor’s signature.


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CIS 100 Computer Applications

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1778 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Chinese

Communication COMM 101 Oral Communication

Provides experience in creating and delivering oral presentations; covers organization and support of ideas, and effective delivery. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 4) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1260 MW 9:00am-10:15am ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507 1261 TTH 10:30am-11:45am ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507 1262 MW 12:00pm-1:15pm ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507 1263 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm EIDSMORE J 3.0 SAN606 1264 M 6:45pm-9:30pm SMITH N 3.0 SAN507

CIS 102 Computer Literacy

This course is designed for the computer BEGINNER. Students receive an introduction to computer hardware and software including word processing, spreadsheet, and use of the Internet. Offered pass/no-pass only. +1436 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 SAN106 or OC4803A or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

COMM 106 Group Communication

Introduces students to group communication processes and principles, and the necessary role of discussion in society. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 10) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1269 TTH 9:00am-10:15am ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507 1270 T 6:45pm-9:30pm SMITH N 3.0 SAN606

COMM 120 Principles of Human Communication

Introductory course in human communication concepts and theories, with a focus on the role and significance of communication in and across different contexts. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1272 TTH 10:30am-11:45am EIDSMORE J 3.0 SAN407

COMM 207 Interpersonal Communication

Study of the communication process, perception, symbolic nature of language, and effects of communication on people in society. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1277 MW 3:00pm-4:15pm MARTIN P 3.0 SAN507

CIS 105 Intermediate Computer Applications

Intermediate computer applications featuring the use and integration of word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics software and Internet functions. Note that this class will be taught using Microsoft Office 2007. Designed for those students who have completed CIS 100 and may also be used to prepare for CIS 151, CIS 154, and CIS 165. Upon successful completion, students may submit form to receive the Mira Costa College Microsoft Certified Office User (Proficient Level) Certificate of Achievement. CSU PREREQUISITE: CIS 100. 1431 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 SAN106 or OC4803A or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

COMM 212 Argumentation

Development of critical thinking skills. Practice of creating and evaluating arguments. CSU;UC (CAN SPCH 6) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1279 MW 10:30am-11:45am ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507 1280 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN507

COMM 220 Introduction to Mass Communication

Covers the role and impact of mass media in the United States. CSU;UC (CAN JOUR 4) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1284 MW 1:30pm-2:45pm MARTIN P 3.0 SAN507

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+1396 TTH 9:00am-10:15am PARKS M 3.0 SAN108 +1395 TBA ISACHSEN S 3.0 SAN106 or OC4803A or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

Continued study of Mandarin writing system, speaking and pronunciation, reading, and writing. Emphasis on oral practice and communication. Films and readings on Chinese culture and civilization. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: CHNS 101 or two years of high school Chinese. 1011 TTH 6:00pm-8:15pm TBA 4.0 SAN506

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In this transfer course, students receive an overview of computer fundamentals. Software programs include Windows, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and the Internet. Note that this class will be taught using Microsoft Office 2007. This course prepares students for the CSUSM computer competency exam. COMPUTER BEGINNERS: SEE CIS 102. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN CSCI 2) ADVISORY: BOT 100.

CHNS 102 Elementary Chinese II (Second Semester)

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CIS 150 Introduction to Microsoft Word

CIS 195 Network Security

Use Word 2007 to create, edit, format, and print papers, reports, tables, and newsletters. Includes integrating Word with other programs and the World Wide Web. This course prepares students for the Microsoft Word Core exam. ADVISORY: CIS 185. +1402 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 SAN106 or OC4803A or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

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Introduction to knowledge and skills required to manage computer and network security. Focuses on practical aspects of detecting network vulnerabilities and protecting them from attacks. Covers topics similar to the Microsoft Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Network and the CompTIA Security+ exam. 1437 W 5:30pm-8:15pm PARKS M 3.0 SAN309

CIS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1430 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Computer Science CS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1391 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

CIS 184 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

Students generate computerized graphic presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.This course prepares students for the Microsoft PowerPoint Comprehensive exam. CSU +1407 TBA ISACHSEN S 1.5 SAN106 or OC4803A or ONLINE Students enrolled in this class will be given the flexibility to choose from lab or lecture or online instruction at any time throughout the class. A test deadline schedule will be assigned, but students may arrange their hours and instruction within this schedule to meet their needs. Students have the option of finishing the class early as well as the possibility of late enrollment (deadline 10/30 with instructor signature). Students must attend a 60 minute orientation in OC4803A or SAN106 within the first three class days of the semester (late adds have three days following registration) or they may be dropped. Out of town students must email instructor for alternate orientation arrangements. For orientation times and more information about the CIS Flexible Learning Program, go to: www.miracosta.edu/home/sisachsen

Cosmetology COSM 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Counseling COUN 100 Career and Life Planning

This course provides a comprehensive approach to career and life planning. Topics include assessment of interests, personality characteristics, transferable skills, work values, career exploration, decision-making, goal setting and planning, and job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on actively managing one’s career to achieve satisfaction through work and life balance. CSU 2526 MW 10:30am-11:45am BADER E 3.0 SAN306

CIS 187 Fundamentals of Computer Networks

Presents the basics of computer network design and operation. Prepares students for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. CSU 1451 T 5:30pm-6:45pm PARKS M 2.0 SAN309 &TBA ONLINE +.5 hours to be arranged online.

COUN 105 Transfer Success

This course is designed to help students transfer successfully to a baccalaureate level university or college. Students will receive information about education options, college majors and how they relate to career goals, and the guaranteed transfer programs offered at MiraCosta. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU 2517 M 12:00pm-12:50pm TBA 1.0 SAN306

CIS 188 Network Administration - User Management

Installing, configuring, and administering users on Windows Server 2008, network services covered in CIS 200. Presents fundamentals of implementing and supporting Windows Server 2008. With material from CIS 187 and CIS 200, prepares students for the Windows Server 2008 exams 70-646 Pro:Server Administration and 70-647 Pro:Enterprise Administration. Can be taken concurrently with CIS 187. 1426 T 7:00pm-8:15pm PARKS M 2.0 SAN309 &TBA ONLINE +.5 hours to be arranged online.

COUN 110 College Success Skills

Includes creative goal setting, academic and life management, college and community resources, information technology/resources, time management, memory techniques, health management, and learning styles. Recommended for new and re-entry students. CSU;UC 2522 MW 9:00am-10:15am BADER E 3.0 SAN308

CIS 193 Network Client

Dance

Installing, configuring, and administering Windows Vista. Covers the fundamentals of implementing and supporting Vista Business Edition. Focuses on administrative and system management tasks in workgroups and domains. Helps prepare for MCTS Exam 70-620. Can be taken concurrently with CIS 187. 1428 TH 5:30pm-6:45pm PARKS M 2.0 SAN309 &TBA ONLINE +.5 hours to be arranged online.

DNCE 101 History and Appreciation of Dance

A survey of dance in western civilization, from antiquity to MTV, emphasizing the cultural background and historical development of ballet, modern, and jazz dance forms. Satisfies the General Education humanities requirement. CSU;UC 1669 T 6:45pm-9:30pm MILLER K 3.0 SAN302

DNCE 140 Ballroom Dance

Students will learn the basics of ballroom dance including swing, lindy hop, tango, cha-cha, waltz and fox-trot. CSU;UC +1622 S 12:00pm-1:45pm SIEBERT A 1.0 SAN204

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For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2492 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.


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DNCE 146 Latin Dance

DRAM 106 Study of Filmed Plays

DNCE 152 Ballet I

DRAM 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Study of Latin dances to include samba, merengue, mambo, salsa, and rumba. CSU;UC +1628 S 2:00pm-3:45pm SIEBERT A 1.0 SAN204

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Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU;UC 1733 TTH 9:00am-10:15am JOHANNSEN R 3.0 SAN201

Ballet technique fundamentals including barre, center, adagio, and allegro work. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152, DNCE 154, DNCE 252. +1632 MW 6:15pm-7:30pm WEINBERG S 1.5 SAN204

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2493 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

DNCE 154 Ballet II

A continued study of ballet techniques, principles, and terminology at the intermediate level in preparation for further dance studies and performance. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152, DNCE 154, DNCE 252. ADVISORY: DNCE 152. +1634 MW 7:45pm-9:00pm WEINBERG S 1.5 SAN204

Economics ECON 101 Principles of Economics: MACRO

Emphasizes national income determination, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, international economic relationships, and growth. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN ECON 2) 1931 MW 7:30am-8:45am CARR F 3.0 SAN606 1956 TTH 10:30am-11:45am SILVERMAN J 3.0 SAN502 1934 MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MICELLI H 3.0 SAN505

DNCE 159 Pilates Mat Work I

Basic Pilates mat work exercises focusing on movements to improve overall body strength, flexibility, control, coordination, alignment, and breathing. CSU;UC - credit limitation Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 159, DNCE 259 +1663 MW 5:00pm-5:50pm WILTSHIRE M 1.0 SAN204

ECON 102 Principles of Economics: MICRO

Covers consumer behavior, price determination in factor and resource markets. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN ECON 4) 1941 F 9:00am-11:45am MICELLI H 3.0 SAN505 1957 TTH 9:00am-10:15am SILVERMAN J 3.0 SAN609 1939 M 6:45pm-9:30pm KELLY-COCHRA 3.0 SAN505

DNCE 162 Dance Arts Ensemble

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Repertory learned from faculty and/or guest artists and performed publicly. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only. ADVISORY: DNCE 154, DNCE 178. +1641 TBA HANADA-ROGER 2.0 SAN204 & MASSEY D (09/11-12/11) 64 hours TBA per semester within the above dates. Students must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition dates are: Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00pm and Thursday, September 18 at 3:30pm at OC 5101. Other auditions TBA.

English ENGL 100 Composition and Reading

Critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process, the development and organization of expository prose, and research techniques. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 2) PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. 1495 MW 7:00am-8:45am FELD E 4.0 SAN507 1503 TTH 7:00am-8:45am CROUCH H 4.0 SAN306 1494 MW 8:30am-10:15am FAZIO-DIBENED 4.0 SAN306 1580 TTH 8:30am-10:15am KEEHN J 4.0 SAN506 1584 TTH 8:30am-10:15am SCADUTO P 4.0 SAN502 1497 F 9:00am-12:45pm WILLIAMS J 4.0 SAN506 1568 MW 10:30am-12:15pm MUSHINSKY J 4.0 SAN202 This course will focus on writing about the natural sciences. 1569 TTH 10:30am-12:15pm FIGUEROA M 4.0 SAN506 1501 M 11:00am-12:45pm JARA J 4.0 SAN506 &W 11:00am-11:50am SAN506 &W 11:00am-12:45pm SAN107 1514 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm TBA 4.0 SAN202 1564 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm BURMAN T 4.0 SAN509 1508 M 1:00pm-2:45pm JARA J 4.0 SAN609 &W 1:00pm-1:50pm SAN609 &W 2:00pm-2:45pm SAN107 1510 MW 2:00pm-3:45pm MUSHINSKY J 4.0 SAN601 This course will focus on writing about the natural sciences. 1513 TTH 3:00pm-4:45pm METCALFE D 4.0 SAN407 1518 W 6:00pm-9:45pm SCHIFFLER B 4.0 SAN506 1519 TTH 6:00pm-7:45pm METCALFE D 4.0 SAN306 1574 TTH 8:15am-10:20am WILLIAMS J 4.0 SAN509 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

DNCE 176 Modern Dance I

Study of the performance principles and individual expressive choreography of modern dance. CSU;UC Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 176, DNCE 178. +1647 S 9:00am-11:45am WEINBERG S 1.5 SAN204

DNCE 183 Commercial Dance

Course emphasizes movement for commercial dance work used in movies, concert dance, television, and industrial shows offering current trends in popular dance styles. CSU;UC - credit limitation +1687 TH 6:00pm-8:10pm TBA 1.0 SAN204 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/18).

Design Drafting Technology DRAF 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD

Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques will be taught. 1240 MW 5:00pm-6:45pm VORKOPER D 2.0 SAN112

DRAF 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1200 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

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ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature

ESL 802 Introduction to College Writing I for Non-Native Speakers

Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using the genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 4) PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better. 1572 TTH 7:00am-8:45am HETRICK K 4.0 SAN308 1522 TTH 10:30am-12:15pm MUSHINSKY J 4.0 SAN509 1565 MW 11:00am-12:45pm ORDWAY H 4.0 SAN607 1523 MW 1:30pm-3:15pm ORDWAY H 4.0 SAN607 1583 TTH 2:00pm-3:45pm FIGUEROA M 4.0 SAN509 1577 MW 7:00am-9:05am SPIRITO J 4.0 SAN202 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

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Designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses; the development of critical thinking, reading, and writing skills is emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only. +1597 M 8:30am-10:45am TBA 4.0 SAN107 &W 8:30am-10:45am SAN607

ESL 803 Introduction to College Writing II for Non-Native Speakers

Designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses; offers intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. +2477 M 8:30am-10:45am TBA 4.0 SAN107 &W 8:30am-10:45am SAN607

ENGL 201HB Honors Berkeley Seminar—ENGL 201

COREQUISITE: ENGL 201. 1562 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/7956880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

ESL 820 Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English

Review parts of speech, clauses, verb forms and tenses, pronoun case, and sentence types. This class is offered pass/no pass only. +1605 W 6:00pm-8:45pm LANNEN V 3.0 SAN306

ENGL 201HSP Honors Scholar Program—ENGL201

COREQUISITE: ENGL 201. 1575 T 4:00pm-5:45pm SPIRITO J 0.0 TBA THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16). This class meets eight Tuesdays: 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16. For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/7956880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

Film FILM 101 Introduction to Film

Introduction to film as an art form and as a cultural artifact. CSU;UC 1348 TH 1:00pm-3:45pm COLLINS-PORT 3.0 SAN406

FILM 106 Study of Filmed Plays

ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition

French FREN 101 Elementary French I (First Semester)

Covers the structure of modern French through studies of grammar, reading, and writing. Introduces culture and civilization. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 2; FREN 101 + FREN 102 = CAN FREN SEQ A) 1019 MW 1:00pm-3:15pm HARKER A 4.0 SAN202

ENGL 280 Creative Writing

Emphasizes individual creativity, self-direction, and initiative in developing poetry and fiction. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 6) PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. 1534 T 12:00pm-3:10pm KENYON K 3.0 SAN201 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

FREN 102 Elementary French II (Second Semester)

Continued introduction to modern French. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 4; FREN 101 + FREN 102 = CAN FREN SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: FREN 101 or two years of high school French. 1022 MW 4:15pm-6:30pm PEROVIC C 4.0 SAN201

ENGL 802 Introduction to College Writing I

Introduction to the writing process and to critical reading and thinking. Practice in gathering, organizing, and communicating information and in applying the principles and conventions of standard edited American English. This class is offered pass/no pass only. ADVISORY: Qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. 1538 T 11:00am-12:45pm CROUCH H 4.0 SAN607 &TH 11:00am-12:45pm SAN107

FREN 201 Intermediate French I (Third Semester)

ENGL 803 Introduction to College Writing II

Geography

Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Practice of spoken and written French. Emphasis on communicative proficiency. Readings from diverse sources. CSU;UC (CAN FREN 8; FREN 201 + FREN 202 = CAN FREN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: FREN 102 or three years of high school French. 1024 TTH 6:45pm-9:00pm LAFOND L 4.0 SAN501

Intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only. PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “CR” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent. 1544 M 9:00am-10:45am GUINON T 4.0 SAN607 &W 9:00am-10:45am SAN107 1552 MW 4:45pm-6:30pm BURMAN T 4.0 SAN305

GEOG 101 Physical Geography

Examines the natural environment, including climate, water, life forms, soils and landforms, and their significance in environmental issues. CSU;UC (CAN GEOG 2) 1945 TTH 10:30am-11:45am STERN H 3.0 SAN406 1952 TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm STGEAN B 3.0 SAN406 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

GEOG 101L Physical Geography Laboratory

Emphasizes map reading and the collection, presentation, and interpretation of physical geographic data. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: GEOG 101. COREQUISITE: GEOG 101 if prerequisite not met. 1948 T 1:00pm-3:45pm STGEAN B 1.0 SAN406

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SAN ELIJO

Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU;UC 2505 TTH 9:00am-10:15am JOHANNSEN R 3.0 SAN201

Methods of analysis; principles of logic, including the relationship between language and logic; techniques of reasoning, including the use of evidence; techniques of style; and research skills. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better. 1529 MW 8:30am-10:15am TURNER B 4.0 SAN505 1531 TTH 1:00pm-3:05pm KEEHN J 4.0 SAN506 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).


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GEOG 104 World Geography

HORT 117 Plant Identification

A global survey examining the distinguishing features of major culture regions and the interrelationships among regions in a globalizing world. CSU;UC 1949 TTH 9:00am-10:15am STERN H 3.0 SAN406

HEAL 100 Nutrition Today

Attention will be given to nutrition throughout the life cycle, special dietary needs, and food budgeting. CSU;UC (CAN FCS 2) 1133 W 6:30pm-9:40pm MERCHANT K 3.0 SAN302 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

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HORT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1228 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

HEAL 101 Principles of Health

Includes instruction on exercise, weight maintenance, nutrition, human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, drug use, cancers, and cardiovascular diseases. Emphasizes principles of wellness. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L. 1137 MW 10:30am-11:45am PRETI M 3.0 SAN609 1139 TTH 10:30am-11:45am LIGHT L 3.0 SAN609

Hospitality HOSP 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

HEAL 101L Principles of Health Laboratory

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2494 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Introduces current research on fitness and wellness and involves each student in fitness assessment including cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and weight management. Meets the health education requirement. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU;UC - credit limitation ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101. +1145 MW 12:00pm-12:50pm PRETI M 1.0 SAN204

Humanities HUMN 201 Humanities of the Western World: Pre-History Through the Middle Ages

History HIST 100 World History to 1500

Surveys major works in art, architecture, literature, music, philosophy, theater and history from the Renaissance, Neo-Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1354 TTH 10:30am-11:45am ARCHER R 3.0 SAN201

Covers Western, Asian, Indian, and Islamic societies to early modern times. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 14; HIST 100 + HIST 101 = CAN HIST SEQ C) 1958 MW 12:00pm-1:15pm HEINZMANN J 3.0 SAN601 1960 W 6:00pm-9:10pm GREGORY E 3.0 SAN601 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).

HIST 100HSP Honors Scholar Program for HIST 100

INTERNSHIP STUDIES

COREQUISITE: HIST 100. 1993 T 3:00pm-4:50pm HEINZMANN J 0.0 SAN601 (08/28-12/11) This class will meet on the following Tuesdays; 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, and 12/11.

Internships allow students the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in a field of interest. They link classroom learning to the workplace, add related experience to a student’s resume, help students develop mentor relationships and build professional contacts. PREREQUISITE: Complete six units at MiraCosta College prior to internship; permission of the instructor and the department chair required.

For information about honors classes contact the Honors Office at 760/795-6878, the University Transfer Center at 760/795-6880, or view this website: www.miracosta.edu/honors

COREQUISITE: Must be enrolled in three units in addition to Internship Studies, except summer session. Must complete 60 hours of non-paid work or 75 hours of paid work per unit of credit. Internships are offered in nearly every major. To find out more, come to the Career Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside campus, call (760)795-6772, or go to www.miracosta. edu/careers.

HIST 101 World History Since 1500

Covers developments in the early modern and modern periods. Includes colonialism, nationalism, and socialism. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 16; HIST 100 + HIST 101 = CAN HIST SEQ C) 1962 TTH 9:00am-10:15am SLEEPER C 3.0 SAN601

HIST 103 Western Civilization

Italian

History of western civilization from earliest times to 1648. CSU;UC (CAN HIST 2) 1964 MW 10:30am-11:45am LANE L 3.0 SAN601

ITAL 101 Elementary Italian (First Semester)

Understanding of modern Italian. Study of grammar and vocabulary, reading, and writing. Emphasis on developing oral proficiency. CSU;UC 1036 TTH 1:00pm-3:15pm PETRI A 4.0 SAN304 1038 MW 6:45pm-9:00pm PETRI A 4.0 SAN305

HIST 110 United States History

History of the United States from early cultures to Reconstruction. Taken with HIST111, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN HIST 8) 1971 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm HEINZMANN J 3.0 SAN601 1973 T 6:45pm-9:30pm TBA 3.0 SAN601

Japanese JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese (First Semester)

Understanding of the language structure and skills through the study of grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing. Hiragana, Katakana, and basic Kanji characters are introduced. CSU;UC (CAN JAPN 2; JAPN 101 + 102 OR 105+106+102 = CAN JAPN SEQ A) 1048 TTH 6:00pm-8:45pm KAMEDA N 5.0 SAN507

HIST 111 United States History

History of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Taken with HIST 110, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN HIST 10) 1985 MW 9:00am-10:15am TBA 3.0 SAN601 1979 TTH 10:30am-11:45am SLEEPER C 3.0 SAN601

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Covers identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental use of plants used in Southern California landscapes. Botanical and common names, plant family relationships, and environmental adaptations will be emphasized. Required field labs may be on or off campus. CSU;UC 1220 TH 7:00pm-9:05pm EHRLINGER C 3.0 OC7051 &S SAN406 +6 hours form 8am-1:45pm on the following Saturdays: 9/6, 9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 12/13.

Health Education

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Kinesiology

Mathematics

KINE 142 Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

Note: For students whose programs require Business Mathematics, see Business (BUS 158). For students whose programs require statistics for Behavioral Science, see PSYC 104, or SOC 104.

An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction, and positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU;UC - credit limitation +2530 TTH 1:00pm-2:35pm PRETI M 1.0 FROGS This class meets at Frogs Fitness at Encinitas, 780 Garden View Court. THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

Attention financial aid students: If you enroll in MATH 820A, 100A or 101A, you must complete the sequence by also enrolling in the “B” section of the class. If you complete the “A” section then enroll in the full-semester course, you risk a financial aid overpayment. Math 101A/B, 125, 130, 820A/B, 830A/B are offered in the Math Learning Center using computer aided tutorials. For full course descriptions see the All Courses section.

KINE 145 Yoga Essentials

This is the foundation course for the Yoga Certification Program. It includes the introduction and exploration of Yoga and becoming a Yoga teacher while deepening one’s own practice. Breath work, movement in the postures, and philosophy are an essential part of the mind/body/spirit connection of this course. 2489 TTH 1:00pm-1:50pm LIGHT L 3.0 SAN204

MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra

Study of radicals, rational expressions, relations and functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and equations. Offered in both traditional and self-paced format. PREREQUISITE: MATH 830 or MATH 830B with a grade of “C” or better, or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B. 1799 MW 10:30am-12:15pm FERREIRAE K 4.0 SAN501 1802 TTH 10:30am-12:15pm NODDINGS V 4.0 SAN305 1797 MW 4:30pm-6:15pm JOHNSON D 4.0 SAN501 1806 TTH 6:45pm-8:30pm LEDERMAN B 4.0 SAN305

KINE 152 Yoga

Introduces students to philosophy, history, and core poses that improve physical endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture; and restore peacefulness. CSU;UC - credit limitation +2539 TH 8:45am-10:00am LIGHT L .5 SAN204 +2541 M 8:45am-10:20am PRETI M .5 SAN204 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).

KINE 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

MATH 103 Statistics

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2495 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Library LIBR 101 Library and Information Strategies

Designed to provide the student with an understanding of print and electronic resources available in an academic library, as well as research skills that can be used to find information for papers, presentations, and other class assignments. CSU;UC - credit limitation 2462 TBA GANGULI V 1.0 SAN107 This section is a self-paced open-entry course. Students may register for this course through 10/30. This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library. Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take the final exam. All course work must be completed before the end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB hours for assistance.

MATH 115 Calculus with Applications

Designed for social science, economics, and business majors whose programs require a calculus course. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 34) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1819 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm NODDINGS V 4.0 SAN305 1820 TTH 4:00pm-5:45pm TOWERS J 4.0 SAN501

MATH 125 College Algebra

Topics include definitions, properties, and graphs of functions and inverse functions, zeros of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations. CSU;UC - credit limitation PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1822 MW 9:00am-10:15am JACKSON C 3.0 SAN305

Literature LIT 120 Introduction to Literature

This course provides a general introduction to literary genres — prose fiction (short story and novel), poetry, drama and film — in order to enhance students’ skills in analyzing texts and film with insight. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1359 MW 9:00am-10:15am ORDWAY H 3.0 SAN302

MATH 130 Trigonometry

Topics include definitions, properties, graphs, and equations of trigonometric functions, applications, and identities. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU (CAN MATH 8) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1826 TTH 9:00am-10:15am PEROVIC Z 3.0 SAN501

LIT 260 English Literature

Survey of major writers in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon era to the 18th century. Students will read plays, poetry, prose, and fiction representing a variety of styles and periods. CSU;UC (CAN ENGL 8; LIT 260 + LIT 261 = CAN ENGL SEQ B) ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 1361 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm MUSHINSKY J 3.0 SAN302

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

MATH 135 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

A study of functions and their properties. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 16) PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. COREQUISITE: MATH 130 if prerequisite not met. 1830 TTH 10:30am-12:45pm AVERY P 5.0 SAN304

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SAN ELIJO

An introduction to data analysis.Topics include design of experiments, descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, probability, sampling, estimation, and significance testing. Students will use appropriate technology to analyze real-world data. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN STAT 2) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1811 TTH 9:00am-10:15am AVERY P 3.0 SAN304 1873 MW 9:00am-10:15am FERREIRAE K 3.0 SAN501 1813 TTH 10:30am-11:45am PEROVIC Z 3.0 SAN501 1816 TTH 5:15pm-6:30pm AVERY P 3.0 SAN304


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MATH 150 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

MATH 830 Elementary Algebra

This course is the first in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, an introduction to integration, and applications of integrals. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN MATH 18; MATH 150 + MATH 155 = CAN MATH SEQ B; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 and MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 1834 TTH 1:00pm-3:15pm NODDINGS V 5.0 SAN305

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Designed to prepare students for Intermediate Algebra. Topics include simplifying algebraic expressions involving polynomials and rational terms; factoring; solving linear equations; solving quadratic equations using factoring; analyzing graphs of linear equations; and solving applied problems. Offered in both traditional and self-paced formats. PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination of MATH 100, MATH 100A, and MATH 100B. 1874 TTH 8:30am-10:15am KASHYAP N 4.0 SAN305 1784 MW 10:30am-12:15pm NODDINGS V 4.0 SAN305 1786 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm JOHNSON D 4.0 SAN501 1791 TTH 4:45pm-6:30pm LEDERMAN B 4.0 SAN305

MATH 155 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

This course is the second in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include advanced integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 20; MATH 150 + MATH 155 = CAN MATH SEQ B; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent. 1837 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm AVERY P 4.0 SAN304

Media Arts Technology MAT 110 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop. Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU 1479 MW 10:30am-11:45am CLEVELAND K 3.0 SAN108 1480 TH 1:00pm-3:45pm MALONE J 3.0 SAN108

MATH 260 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

SAN ELIJO

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Mathematics

This course is the third in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors.Topics include vectors, graphs in three dimensions, functions of several variables, partial differentiation and multiple integration, and topics from vector calculus. CSU;UC (CAN MATH 22; MATH 150 + MATH 155 + MATH 260 = CAN MATH SEQ C) PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent. 1839 TTH 1:00pm-2:45pm PEROVIC Z 4.0 SAN501

MAT 150 Flash 1: Animation and Interactivity

Learn the tricks of web animation using Flash, one of the industry’s standard web design tools! Build your skills in the latest techniques using motion and step animation techniques. Create rich, interactive, internet content with video and ActionScript, Flash’s powerful scripting tool. Every Web designer needs these skills. CSU +1467 MW 1:00pm-2:45pm CLEVELAND K 3.0 SAN108

MATH 820 Pre-Algebra

MAT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Operations on positive and negative numbers; fractions, decimals, and percents; basic geometry; fundamental algebraic concepts; square roots; adding, subtracting, and multiplying expressions with square roots; and applications. Completion of the matriculation process recommended prior to enrollment. Details about the matriculation process found in the section on “Testing and Matriculation Information.” 1845 TTH 10:30am-12:15pm CONGLETON C 4.0 SAN307

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2497 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B Intermediate Algebra MATH 830 or MATH 830A and MATH 830B Elementary Algebra MATH 820 or MATH 820A and MATH 820B Pre-Algebra

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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Medical Administrative Professional

Nursing

MAP 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

NURS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2496 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Music

Oceanography OCEA 101 Introduction to Oceanography

Music theory is learned in this course through guitar applications. It is designed to help guitarists comprehend elementary music theory and immediately apply it to guitar. CSU;UC 2326 M 6:45pm-9:30pm LIBERTINO D 3.0 SAN201

The scientific study of the ocean. Topics include the formation and evolution of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. CSU;UC 1714 MW 9:00am-10:15am METZLER C 3.0 SAN406 1715 MW 10:30am-11:45am METZLER C 3.0 SAN406 2618 TTH 10:30am-11:45am MELDAHL K 3.0 SAN306 1718 M 6:45pm-9:30pm SACRAMENTO G 3.0 SAN406

MUS 117 Music Appreciation

Study of elements of music, aesthetics, and style through listening and analyzing music from its earliest history through the Baroque period. CSU;UC 2422 M 1:00pm-3:45pm O’BRIEN K 3.0 SAN201

OCEA 101L Introductory Oceanography Laboratory

MUS 120 Beginning Keyboard/Piano I

Study of navigational charts, waves, tides, coastal processes, and marine organisms. Field trips include visits to coastal marine habitats, an aquarium, and a half-day ocean voyage. Student-paid field trip fees will be discussed at the first class meeting. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: OCEA 101. COREQUISITE: OCEA 101 if prerequisite not met. 1723 M 1:00pm-3:45pm MELDAHL K 1.0 SAN406 1720 W 1:00pm-3:45pm MELDAHL K 1.0 SAN406

Beginning class in piano performance; rudimentary music fundamentals, scales, chords, sight-reading using standard songs, and appropriate keyboard literature. CSU;UC (CAN MUS 22) 2412 M 5:30pm-7:15pm LEE J 1.0 SAN203

MUS 121 Beginning Keyboard/Piano II

Continuing keyboard performance training and study notation, scales, chords, and sight-reading with specialized key areas, basic transposition skills, and appropriate keyboard and piano literature. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 120 or audition on first class meeting day. 2413 M 5:30pm-7:15pm LEE J 1.0 SAN203

Philosophy Use of reasoning tools with an emphasis on practical life: arguments, fallacies, language, explanations. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 6) 1998 TTH 10:30am-11:45am LUENGO I 3.0 SAN202

Basic guitar performance and notation for students with no or limited experience. CSU;UC 2406 S 10:00am-11:45am HILL M 1.0 SAN201 2338 TH 12:00pm-1:45pm LIBERTINO D 1.0 SAN201

PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality

Analysis of classical and contemporary works on issues such as free will, human nature, knowledge, and God. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 2) 2005 TTH 9:00am-10:15am LUENGO I 3.0 SAN306 2006 MW 10:30am-11:45am LUENGO I 3.0 SAN407 2003 MW 1:30pm-2:45pm LUENGO I 3.0 SAN407

MUS 131 Intermediate/Advanced Guitar

A continuation of basic guitar reading and performance skills as learned in MUS 130. Emphasizes reading intermediate and advanced level traditional and non-traditional guitar repertoire as well as blues, rock, popular, and folk styles. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: MUS 130 or audition held at first class meeting. +2344 S 10:00am-11:45am HILL M 1.0 SAN201 +2408 TH 12:00pm-1:45pm LIBERTINO D 1.0 SAN201

PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems

An inquiry into the nature of morality as it applies to a variety of issues. CSU;UC (CAN PHIL 4) 2009 MW 9:00am-10:15am ALLEN B 3.0 SAN407

MUS 141 Vocal Fundamentals

PHIL 122 World Religions

Group and individual instruction in singing technique, including study of breathing, voice placement, diction, phrasing, and interpretation. CSU;UC +2348 TH 3:00pm-4:45pm LOPEZ S 1.0 SAN201

Comparison of major religions. CSU;UC 2013 TTH 1:30pm-3:05pm LUENGO I THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/18).

MUS 170 College-Community Symphonic Orchestra

This class includes the preparation and performance of orchestral literature. Repertoire varies by semester, but is selected from music from the 17th century to the present. Members participate in rehearsals and performances. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting. +2450 T 7:00pm-9:45pm SWEM D 1.0 SAN204

3.0 SAN609

Physics PHYS 151 Principles of Physics I

Fundamentals principles of physics in the area of motion, mechanics, and fluids. CSU;UC (CAN PHYS 8; PHYS 151 + PHYS 152 + PHYS 253 = CAN PHYS SEQ B) PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved equivalent. 2605 MW 1:00pm-3:45pm ARTUKOVIC E 4.0 SAN502

MUS 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2397 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

PHYS 253 Principles of Physics III

Principles of physics in the areas of vibrations, waves, optics, special relativity, quantum mechanics, and atomic and nuclear physics. CSU;UC (CAN PHYS 14; PHYS 151 + PHYS 152 + PHYS 253 = CAN PHYS SEQ B) PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 152. COREQUISITE: MATH 155 and PHYS 152 if prerequisites not met. 2609 TTH 1:00pm-3:45pm ARTUKOVIC E 4.0 SAN502

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SAN ELIJO

PHIL 100 Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

MUS 130 Beginning Guitar

+ Repeatable course

Room

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2498 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

MUS 109 Beginning Music Theory Through Guitar

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

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PLSC 101 Introduction to Political Science

REAL 130 Real Estate Appraisal

PLSC 102 American Institutions and History

REAL 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Study of society, law, government, ideologies in a social, historical, cultural, and economic context. CSU;UC 2016 T 6:00pm-8:45pm PHILLIPS J 3.0 SAN307

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For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1335 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Restaurant Management

Psychology

REST 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1689 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

A general introduction to the principles of human behavior. Topics include personality, stress, relationships, psychological disorders and psychotherapy. Emphasis is on both the scientific presentation of psychological information and the practical application of principles. No UC credit if taken after PSYC 101. CSU;UC - credit limitation 2032 MW 5:00pm-6:15pm CLOPTON J 3.0 SAN505 2033 W 6:45pm-9:30pm CLOPTON J 3.0 SAN202

Sociology

PSYC 101 General Psychology

Examines the biological basis of human behavior including topics such as neuroanatomy, language, thought, learning, memory, sensation, and perception. Introduces research methods and statistics. CSU;UC (CAN PSY 2) 2040 TTH 9:00am-10:15am DRECUN A 3.0 SAN505 2041 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm HEPBURN B 3.0 SAN505

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

Includes the principles of human relationships and social institutions. CSU;UC (CAN SOC 2) 2081 TTH 9:00am-10:15am HA T 3.0 SAN407 2082 MW 10:30am-11:45am BONCHEK P 3.0 SAN201 2096 T 6:45pm-9:30pm HA T 3.0 SAN401

PSYC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science

Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN PSY 6) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 2050 TTH 10:30am-11:45am ESO S 3.0 SAN112 2051 TTH 12:00pm-1:15pm ESO S 3.0 SAN112

SOC 102 Contemporary Social Problems

Analysis of problems of social inequality, poverty, crime, the family, education, health care, and others. CSU;UC (CAN SOC 4) 2090 TTH 1:00pm-2:15pm HA T 3.0 SAN303

SOC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science

Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN PSY 6) PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent. 2093 TTH 10:30am-11:45am ESO S 3.0 SAN112 2100 TTH 12:00pm-1:15pm ESO S 3.0 SAN112

PSYC 115 Human Sexuality

Examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of human sexuality. CSU;UC 2061 TTH 9:00am-10:15am ELCHLEPP M 3.0 SAN302

PSYC 121 Human Development

This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. CSU;UC - credit limitation 2063 TTH 10:30am-11:45am TBA 3.0 SAN505

SOC 210 Child, Family, and Community

Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU;UC ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100. 2069 T 6:45pm-9:30pm WARE M 3.0 SAN505

Radiation Protection Technician

Spanish

RPT 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +2499 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

Introduction to modern Spanish through study of grammar, reading, and writing. Emphasis on developing oral proficiency. Students with credit in SPAN 102, 201, 202, or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 101. CSU;UC (CAN SPAN 2; SPAN 101 + SPAN 102 = CAN SPAN SEQ A) 1074 MW 9:00am-11:15am TBA 4.0 SAN303 1076 TTH 9:00am-11:15am TBA 4.0 SAN308 1078 MW 1:00pm-3:15pm HOUSE C 4.0 SAN306 1080 TTH 4:00pm-6:15pm TBA 4.0 SAN606 1082 MW 6:45pm-9:00pm OCAMPO M 4.0 SAN609 1084 TBA HOUSE C 4.0 SAN508 This section is a self-paced class offered through the San Elijo International Language Resource Center (SAN508). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a one-hour orientation meeting at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 26 in SAN508. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:00-6:30 pm are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

Real Estate REAL 100 Real Estate Principles

Includes nature of real estate, ethics, law, contracts, real estate finance, taxation, appraisal, property management, and public control. CSU 1331 F 9:00am-11:45am CULBERTSON E 3.0 SAN201

REAL 105 Real Estate Practice

This course covers the “how to” aspects of setting up a real estate practice. Among the essentials of a practice covered are filling out real estate contracts and completing the real estate transaction. 1332 M 6:45pm-9:30pm DANIELS M 3.0 SAN601

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

Units

An introductory real estate appraisal course covering the fundamentals of appraisal plus the appraisal process and methods. 2512 TH 6:45pm-9:30pm CAVANAGH P 3.0 SAN302

Designed specifically to satisfy the American Institutions and History requirement by studying basic concepts in American and California political and historical traditions. We also focus on concepts citizens should understand in order to vote intelligently and otherwise effectively participate in politics. CSU;UC (CAN GOVT 2) 2022 MW 10:30am-12:15pm CASTANEDA G 4.0 SAN302 2023 TH 6:00pm-9:45pm PHILLIPS J 4.0 SAN307

SAN ELIJO

Time

Political Science

+ Repeatable course

98

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course


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Spanish SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)

Continuation of SPAN 101. Emphasis on developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing proficiency. Students with credit in SPAN 201, 202, or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 102. CSU;UC (CAN SPAN 4; SPAN 101 + SPAN 102 = CAN SPAN SEQ A) PREREQUISITE: SPAN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school Spanish. 1102 MW 10:30am-12:45pm BECKMAN W 4.0 SAN606 1104 TTH 1:00pm-3:15pm HOUSE C 4.0 SAN306 1106 MW 6:30pm-8:45pm MARQUES D 4.0 SAN502 1108 TBA HOUSE C 4.0 SAN508 This section is a self-paced class offered through the San Elijo International Language Resource Center (SAN508). This class is designed for students who have previously studied Spanish, review of 2 years high school level. Students must attend a one-hour orientation meeting at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 26 in SAN508. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:00-6:30 pm are set aside as testing days. The deadline to register is October 11. For more information and course requirements, go to www.miracosta.edu/languages

CO-OP & INTERNSHIPS

SPAN 152 Beginning Conversation

Basic Spanish for everyday situations. Emphasis on oral communication with an overview of grammar and vocabulary fundamentals. 1110 F 9:30am-12:15pm PICKSLAY A 3.0 SAN502

Get credit for your experience!

SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)

Continuation of SPAN 101 and SPAN 102. Review and expansion of first-year grammar. Emphasis on communicative proficiency. Readings from diverse sources. Students with credit in SPAN 202 or 203 may not enroll for credit in SPAN 201. CSU;UC - credit limitation (CAN SPAN 8; SPAN 201 + SPAN 202 = CAN SPAN SEQ B) PREREQUISITE:SPAN102witha“C”orbetterorthreeyearsofhighschoolSpanish. 1118 MW 1:00pm-3:15pm RODRIGUEZ L 4.0 SAN308 1120 TTH 6:30pm-8:45pm GOMEZ-CARLSS 4.0 SAN609

Cooperative Work Experience Education (Co-op)

Development of oral communication and reading comprehension through cultural materials, discussion of practical topics, fundamental and expanded vocabulary, and commonly used idioms. Some grammar review. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school Spanish. 1124 TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm LEE T 3.0 SAN609 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

Internships

SPAN 211 Intermediate Conversation and Writing

Internships allow you the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in a field that interests you. Internships link classroom learning to the work world, help you develop mentor relationships and professional contacts and add significant experience to your resume. You may earn from .5 to 3 units of credit for an internship. Students must have completed 6 MiraCosta College units and be enrolled in 3 units in addition to the internship, except in summer.

Emphasis on oral communication and intermediate level writing in Spanish. Review of some advanced grammar. May be taken concurrently with SPAN 202. CSU;UC PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 or SPAN 210 or four years of high school Spanish. 1125 TTH 5:00pm-6:35pm LEE T 3.0 SAN609 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).

How to Enroll

Tourism

To enroll in either course, contact the Career Center to schedule attendance at an orientation session. For both programs, you must work or intern 75 paid hours or 60 non-paid hours per unit over the course of the semester. Hours are counted from the first day of the semester or the day you enroll in the course, whichever is later. These classes offer flexible enrollment dates.

TOUR 299 Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

For students whose work is related to their declared major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1694 TBA DAVIS D 4.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

Orientation Students must attend one mandatory two-hour orientation session. Call the Career Center at (760) 795-6772 or stop by Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus to sign up for your orientation date and time.

Work Experience Education WKEX 233 Coop Work Exp — General

For students whose work is not related to their instructional major. COREQUISITES: Students must be employed and complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of non-paid work per unit of credit. +1128 TBA DAVIS D 3.0 TBA See class information in ALL COURSES section.

* Meets off-campus (see page 112)

+ Repeatable course

Questions? Call (760) 795-6772, stop by the Career Center in Bldg. 3700, or check our web site: www.miracosta.edu/careers

99

TBA: to be arranged

CSU; UC: Transferable course

SAN ELIJO

Co-op offers you the opportunity to earn college credit for the job you have. You will identify learning objectives and workbased projects that will enhance your understanding of your position, your profession and the world of work. If your job is related to your major, you may earn up to 4 units of credit; if it is not related to your major, you may earn up to 3 units of credit.

SPAN 210 Intermediate Conversation and Reading


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Online Courses For more information about an online class listed below, see the detailed course description in the All Courses section or go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta. How to Crash Closed Online Courses

A “closed” course has reached maximum enrollment and students may not add the course without instructor consent. To crash a closed online course, follow these steps: 1) BEFORE classes begin, check enrollment on SURF daily because space may become available before the first day. You may be able to add on SURF if there is space. Do not e-mail or call the instructor before the first day of classes because you may not receive a response. Check the CyberCosta web site to see if the instructor has posted specific instructions for crashing. 2) AFTER classes begin, e-mail the instructor at his/her e-mail address for permission to add. Include your full name, your SURF ID, and the specific course you’d like to crash. If the instructor consents, you will receive an e-mail response with specific permission to add the course. Print the entire e-mail and take it in person to the Admissions and Records Office before the enrollment deadline to enroll and pay for the course.

Online

Books for online courses may be purchased online at www.efollett.com. Catalog No. Class No. Title

Catalog No. Class No. Title

1286 ACCT 101

Practical Accounting

1317 BUS 170

Entrepreneur I

1290 ACCT 145

Individual Income Tax

1319 BUS 171

Entrepreneur II

1338 ACCT 145

Individual Income Tax

1761

1297 ACCT 148

Computer Accounting

1772 CHLD 210

Child, Family, and Community

1339 ACCT 148

Computer Accounting

1395 CIS 100

Computer Applications

1285 ACCT 158

Business Mathematics

1397 CIS 100

Computer Applications

2628 ANTH 102

Cultural Anthropology

1398 CIS 100

Computer Applications

2290 ART 157

Art Orientation

1399 CIS 101

Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems

2268 ART

247

Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

2579 CIS 101

Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems

2269 ART

247

Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

1436 CIS 102

Computer Literacy

2272 ART

248

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

1431 CIS 105

Intermediate Computer Applications

2300 ART

248

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

1402 CIS 150

Introduction to Microsoft Word

2457 ART

259

CHLD 113

Child and Adolescent Growth and Development

History of Renaissance to Modern Art

1403 CIS 152

Introduction to Microsoft Excel

2157 BIO 103

Animal Diversity

1404 CIS 152

Introduction to Microsoft Excel

2508 BIO 105

Genes and Technology in Society

2581 CIS 154

Advanced Microsoft Excel

1372 BOT 100

Beginning Keyboarding

1406 CIS 164

Introduction to Microsoft Access

1373 BOT 101

Advanced Keyboarding

1407 CIS 184

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

1451 CIS 187

Fundamentals of Computer Networks

1374

BOT 102 10-Key

1375 BOT 109

Becoming a Virtual Assistant

1426 CIS 188

Network Administration — User Management

1376 BOT 110

Word Processing

1427 CIS 191

Internet Presence for the Small & Medium Business

1379 BOT 113

Basic Office Skills

1452 CIS 191

Internet Presence for the Small & Medium Business

1382 BOT 116

Office Systems and Procedures

1428 CIS 193

Network Client

1383 BOT 117

Management Office Skills

2513 COUN 100

Career and Life Planning

2437 BTEC 120

Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology

2523 COUN 110

College Success Skills

2442 BTEC 210

Data Analysis with Excel

2524 CRLP 100

Career and Life Planning

2443 BTEC 221

Bioprocessing: Cell Culture and Scale-up

1004 CRLP 101

Introduction to Career Planning

2445 BTEC 222

Bioprocessing: Large Scale Purification

1007 CRLP 102

Job Search Strategies

1308 BUS 132

Marketing

1389 CS 140 Visual Basic Programming

1312 BUS 140

Legal Environment of Business

1192

DRAF 101

Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD

1323 BUS 140

Legal Environment of Business

1201 DRAF 101

Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD

1315 BUS 147

Personal Finance

1730 DRAM 105

Introduction to Theatre

1326 BUS 147

Personal Finance

1702 EART 106

Earth and Space Science

1316 BUS 160

International Business

1930 ECON 100

Survey of Economics

100


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1955 ECON 101

Principles of Economics: MACRO

2320 MUS 102

Theory II

1489 ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

2321 MUS 103

Musicianship

1570 ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

2322 MUS 104

Intermediate Musicianship

1576 ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

2323 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1555 ENGL 850

English Grammar and Usage

2324 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1349 FILM 101

Introduction to Film

2325 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1350 FILM 101

Introduction to Film

2401 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1954 GEOG 101

Physical Geography

2327 MUS 113

Musics in Multicultural America

1703 GEOL 101

Physical Geology

2404 MUS 114

History of Rock and Roll

1705 GEOL 101

Physical Geology

2329 MUS 115

Introduction to Music

1707 GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory

2403 MUS 115

Introduction to Music

1709 GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory

2399 MUS 116

A Survey of World Music

1708 GEOL 120

Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards & Humanity

2330 MUS 119

History of Jazz

GERO 101

Introduction to Aging

2402 MUS 119

History of Jazz

1131

HEAL 100

Nutrition Today

2376 MUS

201

Advanced Theory

1134

HEAL 101

Principles of Health

2378 MUS

202

Advanced Theory

1143

HEAL 101

Principles of Health

2380 MUS

203

Advanced Musicianship

1988 HIST 100

World History to 1500

2382 MUS

204

Advanced Musicianship

1989 HIST 101

World History Since 1500

2481 NURS 151

Body Systems Survey for Health Professions

1990 HIST 103

Western Civilization

2483 NURS 155

Basic Medical Terminology

1966 HIST 104

Western Civilization

1711

OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

1967 HIST 105

History of England

1719 OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

1968 HIST 110

United States History

1724 OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

1975 HIST 110

United States History

1726 OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

1991 HIST 110

United States History

2315 PHAR 100

Basic Pharmacology — Dosages and Calculations

1976 HIST 111

United States History

2316 PHAR 201

Pharmacology Review and Update

1982 HIST 111

United States History

1999 PHIL 100

Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

1992 HIST 111

United States History

2635 PHIL 100

Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

1983 HIST 116

History of the Americas

2007 PHIL 101

Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality

1608 HOSP 134

Facilities Management

2014 PHIL 122

World Religions

1609 HOSP 234

Hospitality Marketing

2034 PSYC 100

Introduction to Psychology

2464 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

2043 PSYC 101

General Psychology

2463 LIBR 108

Research Strategies for the Online World

2052 PSYC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1610 MAP 102

HIPAA Compliance and Certification

2053 PSYC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1612 MAP 110

Health Information Management: Introduction to the Electronic Health Record

2057 PSYC 113

Child and Adolescent Growth and Development

1481 MAT 110

Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

1337 REAL 100

Real Estate Principles

1459 MAT 125

Web Design 1: Fundamentals

1333 REAL 105

Real Estate Practice

1484 MAT 170

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

1345 REAL 240

Computer Applications in Real Estate

1486 MAT 170

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

2079 SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

2622 MAT 180

Publishing 1: Adobe InDesign

2095 SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

1852 MATH 101

Intermediate Algebra

2075 SOC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1859 MATH 101

Intermediate Algebra

2098 SOC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1862 MATH 125

College Algebra

1861 MATH 226

Discrete Mathematics

1841 MATH 820

Pre-Algebra

1783 MATH 830

Elementary Algebra

1789 MATH 830

Elementary Algebra

2319 MUS 101

Theory I

2101

SOC

210

Child, Family, and Community

1086 SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

1088 SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

2506 SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)

101

Online

1710


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Late-Start Courses For more information about the late-start courses listed below, see the complete course descriptions in the All Courses section. The courses listed in this section are all courses that start AFTER the first week of fall semester including: • • • •

15-week classes that begin the week of September 9 (OC, SEC, online) Self-paced classes that have various start dates 8-week (also known as mid-semester classes) Flexible Learning classes in Computer & Information Sciences (CIS)

Enroll early—many late-start courses fill before the semester begins. Catalog No. Class No. Title

Catalog No. Class No. Title

1298 ACCT 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1375 BOT 109

Becoming a Virtual Assistant

1903 ADM 100

Introduction to the Administration of Justice

1376 BOT 110

Word Processing

1904 ADM 100

Introduction to the Administration of Justice

1377 BOT 111

Machine Transcription

2103 ADM 105

Introduction to Justice Studies

1378 BOT 112

Machine Calculation

1907 ADM

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1379 BOT 113

Basic Office Skills

1916 ANTH 101

Biological Anthropology

1380 BOT 114

Legal Office Procedures

1919 ANTH 102

Cultural Anthropology

1381 BOT 115

Medical Transcription

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1382 BOT 116

Office Systems and Procedures

2296 ART 103

Beginning Sculpture

1383 BOT 117

Management Office Skills

2273 ART

203

Life Drawing

1384 BOT

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2280 ART

203

Life Drawing

2437 BTEC 120

Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology

2309 ART

203

Life Drawing

2440 BTEC 180

Biostatistics

2222 ART

204

Painting

2442 BTEC 210

Data Analysis with Excel

2224 ART

204

Painting

2445 BTEC 222

Bioprocessing: Large Scale Purification

2226 ART

204

Painting

2491 BTEC 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2230 ART

205

Waterbase Media

1319 BUS 171

Entrepreneur II

2305 ART

205

Waterbase Media

1321 BUS

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2275 ART

206

Figure Painting

2113

2278 ART

206

Figure Painting

1755 CHLD 109

Child Behavior and Guidance

2240 ART

210

Printmaking

1757 CHLD 111

Programs for Infants and Toddlers

2246 ART

223

Woodworking and Furniture Design

1764

CHLD 140

Children’s Literature and Language

2269 ART

247

Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

1765

CHLD 160

Music and Movement for Young Children

2271 ART

248

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

1766

CHLD 200

Early Childhood Observation

2300 ART

248

Late-Start

1168

299

ARCH 299

299

299

CHEM 108

Preparatory Chemistry

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

1773 CHLD 245

Mentor Teacher

2458 ART

295

Professional Practices and Portfolio Development in Visual Art

1777 CHLD 293

Topics in Child Development

1699 ASTR 101

Descriptive Astronomy

1778 CHLD 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1395 CIS 100

Computer Applications

1398 CIS 100

Computer Applications

1436 CIS 102

Computer Literacy

1431 CIS 105

Intermediate Computer Applications

1402 CIS 150

Introduction to Microsoft Word

1404 CIS 152

Introduction to Microsoft Excel

2581 CIS 154

Advanced Microsoft Excel

2582 CIS 164

Introduction to Microsoft Access

1407 CIS 184

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

1408 CIS 185

Introduction to Microsoft Windows

1180

AUTO 130

Basic Automotive Tune-Up

1175

AUTO 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2509 BIO 102

Ecology and Environmental Biology

2186 BIO 105

Genes and Technology in Society

2508 BIO 105

Genes and Technology in Society

2191 BIO 180

Biostatistics

1372 BOT 100

Beginning Keyboarding

1373 BOT 101

Advanced Keyboarding

1374

BOT 102 10-Key

102


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1427 CIS 191

Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business

1952 GEOG 101

Physical Geography

1430 CIS

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1953 GEOG 102

Cultural Geography

1951 GEOG 104

World Geography

1705 GEOL 101

Physical Geology

299

2632 COMM 111

Oral Interpretation of Literature

2492 COSM 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2514 COUN 100

Career and Life Planning

2525 CRLP 100

Career and Life Planning

1005 CRLP 101

Introduction to Career Planning

1006 CRLP 101

Introduction to Career Planning

1007 CRLP 102

Job Search Strategies

1008 CRLP 103

Job Success Skills

1391 CS

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

299

1667 DNCE 146

Latin Dance

1636 DNCE 157

Pilates Apparatus I

1637 DNCE 157

Pilates Apparatus I

1638 DNCE 158

Dance Stretch

1640 DNCE 162

Dance Arts Ensemble

1641 DNCE 162

Dance Arts Ensemble

1685 DNCE 178

Modern Dance II

1649 DNCE 183

Commercial Dance

1687 DNCE 183

Commercial Dance

1657 DNCE 185

Introduction to Choreography

1198

DRAF 203 3D Parametric Solid Modeling

1205 DRAF 204

SolidWorks Advanced 3D Solid Modeling

1200 DRAF 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1735 DRAM 111

Oral Interpretation of Literature

1738 DRAM 149

Directing for the Stage

1740

DRAM 231

Acting II

1742

DRAM 256

Stagecraft

1744

DRAM 270

Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre

1745

DRAM 270

Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre

1746

DRAM 270

Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre

1747

DRAM 270

Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre

1748

DRAM 271

Rehearsal and Performance — Acting

1749

DRAM 271

Rehearsal and Performance — Acting

1750 DRAM 271

Rehearsal and Performance — Acting

1751 DRAM 271

Rehearsal and Performance — Acting

2493 DRAM 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1516 ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

1566 ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

ENGL 100

Composition and Reading

1574

Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature

1562 ENGL 201HB Honors Berkeley Seminar—ENGL 201 1578 ENGL 201HB Honors Berkeley Seminar—ENGL 201 1488 ENGL 201HSP Honors Scholar Program—ENGL 201 1575 ENGL 201HSP Honors Scholar Program—ENGL 201 1531 ENGL 202

Critical Thinking and Composition

1534 ENGL 280

Creative Writing

1946 GEOG 101

Physical Geography

1708 GEOL 120

Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards and Humanity

1710

GERO 101

Introduction to Aging

1133

HEAL 100

Nutrition Today

1144

HEAL 101L Principles of Health Laboratory

1152

HEAL 210

Therapeutic Massage II

1960 HIST 100

World History to 1500

1963 HIST 101

World History Since 1500

1995 HIST 109

History of the Middle East

1975 HIST 110

United States History

1982 HIST 111

United States History

1229 HORT 148

Introduction to Wine Production

1228 HORT 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1608 HOSP 134

Facilities Management

2494 HOSP 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1157

KINE 111

Cardio Conditioning

1158

KINE 111

Cardio Conditioning

1161

KINE 120

Golf, Beginning

1162

KINE 121

Golf, Intermediate

1613 KINE 136

Tennis, Beginning

1614 KINE 136

Tennis, Beginning

1615 KINE 136

Tennis, Beginning

2548 KINE 137

Tennis, Intermediate

2549 KINE 137

Tennis, Intermediate

2550 KINE 137

Tennis, Intermediate

2530 KINE 142

Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

2531 KINE 142

Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

2532 KINE 142

Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

2533 KINE 142

Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab

2534 KINE 151

Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation

2535 KINE 151

Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation

2540 KINE 152

Yoga

2541 KINE 152

Yoga

2542 KINE 171

Intercollegiate Basketball, Men/Women

2543 KINE 171

Intercollegiate Basketball, Men/Women

2551 KINE

236

Tennis, Advanced

2552 KINE

236

Tennis, Advanced

2553 KINE

236

Tennis, Advanced

2495 KINE

299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2460 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

2461 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

2462 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

2464 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

2465 LIBR 101

Library and Information Strategies

1610 MAP 102

HIPAA Compliance and Certification

103

Late-Start

1577 ENGL 201

1709 GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory


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1611

MAP 104

1689 REST 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2499 RPT

1482 MAT 110

Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop

2088 SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

2624 MAT 140

Maya: 3D Animation

2095 SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

1485 MAT 170

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

2089 SOC 101HSP Honors Scholar Program—SOC 101

1486 MAT 170

Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator

2075 SOC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

2497 MAT

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2098 SOC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1868 MATH 101A Intermediate Algebra Part 1

2102 SOC 105

Introduction to Justice Studies

1869 MATH 101B Intermediate Algebra Part 2

2091 SOC 120

Introduction to Women’s Studies

1870 MATH 820A Pre-Algebra Part 1

2097 SOC

Race and Ethnic Relations

1871 MATH 820B Pre-Algebra Part 2

1072 SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

1866 MATH 830A Elementary Algebra Part 1

1084 SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish (First Semester)

1867 MATH 830B Elementary Algebra Part 2

1100

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)

2321 MUS 103

Musicianship

1108

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)

2322 MUS 104

Intermediate Musicianship

1124

SPAN 210

Intermediate Conversation and Reading

2325 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1125

SPAN 211

Intermediate Conversation and Writing

2401 MUS 105

Music Fundamentals

1693 TOUR 184

Introduction to Travel Services

2404 MUS 114

History of Rock and Roll

1694 TOUR 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2403 MUS 115

Introduction to Music

1128

2402 MUS 119

History of Jazz

2398 MUS 158

Special Ensemble Project

2353 MUS 159

Instrumental Ensemble

2356 MUS 175

Classical Guitar Ensemble

2357 MUS 176

Guitar Orchestra

2394 MUS

286

The Business of Music I

2397 MUS

299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

2496 MAP

Late-Start

Catalog No. Class No. Title

Medical Coding

299

299

299

207

WKEX 233

Coop Work Exp — General

Want a job? Get experience! Want experience? Get an internship!

2556 NURS 160

Certified Nursing Assistant

2558 NURS 165

Intravenous and Blood Withdrawal Certification for Nurses

2562 NURS 171

Licensed Vocational Nursing II

2566 NURS 173

Licensed Vocational Nursing IV

2570 NURS 275

Licensed Vocational Nursing VI

Internships

2570 NURS 275

Licensed Vocational Nursing VI

2498 NURS 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

1719 OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

1726 OCEA 101

Introduction to Oceanography

Internships allow you the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in a field that interests you. Internships link classroom learning to the work world, help you develop mentor relationships and professional contacts, and add significant experience to your resume. You may earn from .5 to 3 units of credit for an internship. Students must have completed 6 MiraCosta College units and be enrolled in 3 units in addition to the internship, except in summer.

2635 PHIL 100

Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

Cooperative Work Experience Education (Co-op)

2013 PHIL 122

World Religions

2014 PHIL 122

World Religions

1727 PHSN 101

Fundamentals of Physical Science

Co-op offers you the opportunity to earn college credit for the job you have. You will identify learning objectives and work-based projects that will enhance your understanding of your position, your profession and the world of work. If your job is related to your major, you may earn up to 4 units of credit; if it is not related to your major, you may earn up to 3 units of credit.

2034 PSYC 100

Introduction to Psychology

How to Enroll

2042 PSYC 101

General Psychology

2043 PSYC 101

General Psychology

2044 PSYC 101HSP Honors Scholar Program—PSYC 101

To enroll in either course, contact the Career Center to schedule attendance at an orientation session. For both programs, you must work or intern 75 paid hours or 60 non-paid hours per unit over the course of the semester. Hours are counted from the first day of the semester or the day you enroll in the course, whichever is later. These classes offer flexible enrollment dates.

2052 PSYC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

Orientation

2053 PSYC 104

Statistics for Behavioral Science

1335 REAL 299

Cooperative Work Experience — Occupational

Students must attend one mandatory two-hour orientation session. Call the Career Center at (760) 795-6772 or stop by Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus to sign up for your orientation date and time.

1690 REST 160

Culinary Arts Basics

1692 REST 260

Food and Beverage Controls

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Final Exam Schedule Final Exam Schedule–– Fall 2008 Semester The instructor will indicate to students if the final will be given at a day/date/time that is different from what is specified.

Final grades Final grades will be available approximately 2–3 weeks after the end of the term on SURF at surf.miracosta.edu

Saturday classes, which meet only once a week, will hold their final exam on December 13. Short-term classes will hold their final exam at the last regular class meeting. The last week of instruction for all other classes is December 8–12. All other classes, including late-start classes, will meet ONCE during FINAL EXAM WEEK in order to take a TWO HOUR FINAL at the day/date/time specified below.

Day classes that only meet once a week will observe the following schedule. A class that meets... only on this day: and begins:

will have final on:

starting at this time:

Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday

Monday, December 15 Monday, December 15 Monday, December 15 Tuesday, December 16 Tuesday, December 16 Tuesday, December 16 Wednesday, December 17 Wednesday, December 17 Wednesday, December 17 Thursday, December 18 Thursday, December 18 Thursday, December 18 Friday, December 19 Friday, December 19

9:30 a.m. noon 2:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m. noon 2:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. regular start time 1 p.m.

before 10 a.m. from 10 to 11:50 a.m. at noon or later before 10 a.m. from 10 to 11:50 a.m. at noon or later before 10 a.m. from 10 to 11:50 a.m. at noon or later before 10 a.m. from 10 to 11:50 a.m. at noon or later before 1 p.m. at 1 p.m. or later

Day classes which meet more than once a week AND all evening and twilight classes will observe the following schedule. Classes that have different starting times for each class meeting should use the first day of the week to determine the day/date/time of the final.

A class that meets Monday and Wednesday, or three or more days a week, or once a week on Monday or Wednesday night... and begins from:

will have final on:

starting at this time:

7:00 a.m.–7:25 a.m. 7:30 a.m.–8:50 a.m. 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m. 10:20 a.m.–11:35 a.m. 11:40 a.m.–12:50 p.m. 1:00 p.m.–1:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m. 3:00 p.m.–4:25 p.m. 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. AFTER 5:30 p.m. M only AFTER 5:30 p.m. MW AFTER 5:30 p.m. W only

Monday, December 15 Wednesday, December 17 Monday, December 15 Wednesday, December 17 Monday, December 15 Wednesday, December 17 Monday, December 15 Wednesday, December 17 Monday, December 15 Monday, December 15 Monday, December 15 Wednesday, December 17

7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. noon 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

A class that meets Tuesday and Thursday or once a week on Tuesday or Thursday night...

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and begins from:

will have final on:

starting at this time:

7:00 a.m.–7:25 a.m. 7:30 a.m.–8:50 a.m. 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m. 10:20 a.m.–11:35 a.m. 11:40 a.m.–12:50 p.m. 1:00 p.m.–1:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m. 3:00 p.m.–4:25 p.m. 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. AFTER 5:30 p.m. T only AFTER 5:30 p.m. TTH AFTER 5:30 p.m. TH only

Tuesday, December 16 Thursday, December 18 Tuesday, December 16 Thursday, December 18 Tuesday, December 16 Thursday, December 18 Tuesday, December 16 Thursday, December 18 Tuesday, December 16 Tuesday, December 16 Tuesday, December 16 Thursday, December 18

7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. noon 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

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Is a bachelor’s degree in your future? Let IGETC be your guide. IGETC=Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum IGETC is a guide to choosing your classes that can save you time and money— an even better guide is a MiraCosta College counselor who will work with you to develop an education plan. Your personalized plan will include general education course choices and the courses you’ll need to prepare for your major at your chosen university. In some cases, you can use one course to count for two requirements— saving you time and money. These charts show the days and times IGETC classes are offered—with your education plan, you can use the charts to build your class schedule for fall!

Start Time

Area 1 English Composition

IGETC—Oceanside Campus Area 2

Area 3

Area 4

Area 5

Area 6

Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Arts & Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Physical & Biological Sciences

Language Other Than English

Monday & Wednesday Classes 7–7:30 a.m. ENGL 100 MATH 103 PHIL 101 PSYC 100 ENGL 100 SOC 101 ENGL 201 8–8:45 a.m. ENGL 202 SOC 101 9 a.m. COMM 101 MATH 135 ART 258 ADM 100 BIO 101 ENGL 100 MATH 150 DRAM 106 ECON 101 CHEM 104 ENGL 100 MATH 260 FILM 106 GEOG 104 OCEA 101 PSYC 104 HUMN 250 HIST 111 SOC 104 LIT 270 PSYC 100 10–10:30 a.m. COMM 101 ART 259 ECON 102 ASTR 101 ENGL 100 HIST 104 HIST 110 BIO 170 LIT 250 PSYC 101 GEOG 101 SPAN 201 PSYC 103 PHSN 106 SOC 103 11–11:30 a.m. ENGL 100 MATH 125 ENGL 201 MATH 155 12 noon ENGL 100 COMM235 BIO 101 COMM 101 HIST 101 PSYC 101 SOC 101 1–1:30 p.m. ENGL 202 ART 157 ECON 101 CHEM 110 COMM 101 HIST 103 GEOG 102 PHSN 101 COMM 106 SPAN 202 ADM 105 PHYS 151 SOC 105 PSYC 260 2–2:30 p.m. ENGL 100 CHLD 121 ASTR 101 ENGL 100 PSYC 121 3–3:45 p.m. COMM 106 PLSC 103 CHEM 102 ENGL 201 PSYC 100 CHEM 100 4–4:45 p.m. ENGL 100 MATH 115 ART 260 ANTH 101 5–5:15 p.m. COMM 101 MATH 125 ECON 102 CHEM 111 MATH 135 PHYS 111 MATH 150 BIO 101 6 p.m. or later SPAN 201 CHEM 108 GRMN 201

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SPAN 101 (MTWT)

ITAL 101 SPAN 101 (MTWT)

SPAN 101 (MTWT)

SPAN 101

JAPN 101

FREN 101 SPAN 101

CHNS 101 JAPN 101 GRMN 101 SPAN 101

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Start Time

Area 1 English Composition

IGETC—Oceanside Campus Area 2

Area 3

Area 4

Area 5

Area 6

Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Arts & Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Physical & Biological Sciences

Language Other Than English

Tuesday & Thursday Classes 7–7:30 a.m. ENGL 100 MATH 103 ECON 100 OCEA 101 ENGL 100 HIST 110 ENGL 100 PSYC 101 ENGL 201 SOC 101 ENGL 201 8 a.m. ENGL 100 SPAN 201 GEOG 101 9 a.m. ENGL 201 MATH 115 DRAM 105 ECON 101 PHYS 253 ART 258 HIST 111 OCEA 101 PHIL 102 COMM 220 ANTH 101 LIT 120 PSYC 100 BIO 220 SOC 101 ADM 100 10–10:30 a.m. ENGL 201 DRAM 106 ANTH 102 CHEM 111 COMM 101 FILM 106 ECON 102 GEOL 101 ART 157 HIST 110 CHEM 108 ASIA 105 PSYC 100 BIO 102 PHIL 105 BIO 202 PHIL 101 11 a.m. ENGL 202 MATH 115 12 noon ENGL 100 SPAN 205 ENGL 100 ENGL 201 1 p.m. ENGL 100 MATH 150 ANTH 102 PHYS 152 ENGL 100 MATH 135 HIST 111 BIO 220 ENGL 201 HIST 100 BIO 101 ENGL 202 PSYC 100 COMM 101 COMM 106 2–2:30 p.m. ENGL 100 SOC 101 CHEM 100 ENGL 100 BIO 101 ENGL 100 ENGL 100 COMM 101 3–3:30 p.m. ENGL 100 PSYC 104 PLSC 101 SOC 104 MATH 103 4–4:45 p.m. ENGL 100 MATH 155 BIO 204 5–5:15 p.m. COMM 120 CHEM 110 PSYC 101 OCEA 101 SOC 101 PHYS 151 BIO 220 6 p.m. or later JAPN 201 ITAL 201

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SPAN 101 (MTWT)

FREN 101 SPAN 101 (MTWT)

SPAN 101 (MTWT)

SPAN 101

SPAN 101 ITAL 101

SPAN 101

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Is a bachelor’s degree in your future? Let IGETC be your guide. IGETC =Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum IGETC is a guide to choosing your classes that can save you time and money— an even better guide is a MiraCosta College counselor who will work with you to develop an education plan. Your personalized plan will include general education course choices and the courses you’ll need to prepare for your major at your chosen university. In some cases, you can use one course to count for two requirements— saving you time and money. These charts show the days and times IGETC classes are offered—with your education plan, you can use the charts to build your class schedule for fall!

Start Time

IGETC—One-day-Per-Week Classes

Area 1

Area 2

Area 3

Area 4

Area 5

Area 6

English Composition

Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Arts & Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Physical & Biological Sciences

Language Other Than English

One-Day-Per-Week Classes Monday—OC 12:30 p.m. MATH 103 Monday—SAN 1 p.m. MUS 117 OCEA 101L Tuesday—OC 9 p.m. BIO 101L 1 p.m. FILM 101 OCEA 101L 5:15 p.m. MATH 103 Tuesday—SAN 1 p.m. GEOG 101L PHYS 253 Wednesday—OC 12 p.m. HIST 111 Wednesday—SAN 1 p.m. OCEA 101L Thursday—OC 1 p.m. BIO 101L OCEA 101L Thursday—SAN BIO 101L FILM 101 Friday—OC 9 a.m. ENGL 100 MATH 103 PHIL 101 ANTH 102 CHEM 100 ENGL 100 FILM 110 PSYC 101 ANTH 101 ENGL 201 ADM 100 BIO 101 COMM 101 BIO 101L BIO 101L OCEA 101L Friday—SAN 9 a.m. ENGL 100 ECON 102 BIO 101L 10 a.m. ART 157 Saturday—OC 9 a.m. ENGL 100 SOC 101 BIO 101

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Start Time

IGETC—Evening & Online Classes

Area 1

Area 2

Area 3

Area 4

Area 5

Area 6

English Composition

Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Arts & Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Physical & Biological Sciences

Language Other Than English

Evening Classes—6 p.m. or Later Monday—OC COMM 106 DNCE 105 SOC 101 ASTR 101 ENGL 201 LIT 120 ASTR 101L BIO 101L CHEM 100-5:30pm Monday—SAN COMM 101 ECON 102 OCEA 101 BIO 105 BIO 101L Tuesday—OC COMM 101 PSYC 104 ART 157 ANTH 102 BIO 101 ENGL 202 SOC 104 ECON 101 ANTH 101L ENGL 100 HIST 111 PSYC 101 PSYC 103 SOC 103 Tuesday—SAN COMM 106 DNCE 101 HIST 110 ASTR 101 SOC 101 BIO 101L PLSC 101 Wednesday—OC DNCE 101 HIST 109 GEOG 101L ART 254 HIST 110 ASTR 101L PHIL 122 ADM 100 BIO 101L PHIL 101 FILM 101 Wednesday—SAN ENGL 100 HIST 100 BIO 101 PSYC 100 Thursday—OC COMM 101 HUMN 101 ECON 102 ANTH 101 GEOG 104 BIO 101 HIST 101 HIST 165 PSYC 100 Thursday—SAN ART 260 ANTH 101L

Online Classes ENGL 100 MATH 125 ENGL 100 PSYC 104 ENGL 100 PSYC 104 SOC 104 SOC 104 MATH 125-SP (self-paced)

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ART 157 ANTH 102 EART 106 ART 259 ECON 100 GEOG 101 DRAM 105 ECON 101 GEOL 101 MUS 105 HIST 100 GEOL 101 MUS 105 HIST 101 GEOL 120 MUS 105 HIST 105 GEOL 101L MUS 105 HIST 110 GEOL 101L MUS 113 HIST 110 OCEA 101 MUS 115 HIST 110 OCEA 101 MUS 115 HIST 111 OCEA 101 MUS 116 HIST 111 OCEA 101 MUS 119 HIST 111 BIO 103 MUS 119 HIST 116 BIO 105 FILM 101 GERO 101 FILM 101 PSYC 100 HIST 103 PSYC 101 SOC 101 SOC 101 HIST 104 PHIL 101 PHIL 102 PHIL 122

109

SPAN 101 SPAN 101 SPAN 101-SP (self-paced)

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Is a bachelor’s degree in your future? Let IGETC be your guide. IGETC =Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum IGETC is a guide to choosing your classes that can save you time and money— an even better guide is a MiraCosta College counselor who will work with you to develop an education plan. Your personalized plan will include general education course choices and the courses you’ll need to prepare for your major at your chosen university. In some cases, you can use one course to count for two requirements— saving you time and money. These charts show the days and times IGETC classes are offered—with your education plan, you can use the charts to build your class schedule for fall!

Start Time

Area 1 English Composition

IGETC—San Elijo Campus Area 2

Area 3

Area 4

Area 5

Area 6

Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning

Arts & Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Physical & Biological Sciences

Language Other Than English

Monday & Wednesday Classes 7–7:30 a.m. ENGL 100 ECON 101 ENGL 201 8:30 a.m. ENGL 100 ENGL 202 9 a.m. COMM 101 MATH 125 ART 259 OCEA 101 MATH 103 LIT 120 BIO 101 PHIL 102 ANTH 101 HIST 103 10:30 a.m. ENGL 100 PHIL 101 ANTH 102 OCEA 101 HIST 111 BIO 102 SOC 101 BIO 202 11 a.m. ENGL 100 ENGL 201 12 noon COMM 101 HIST 100 1–1:30 p.m. ENGL 100 MATH 115 ART 158 ECON 101 BIO 101 ENGL 100 SPAN 201 COMM 220 PHYS 151 ENGL 201 PHIL 101 2 p.m. ENGL 100 5 p.m. PSYC 100 6 p.m. or later

SPAN 101

FREN 101 SPAN 101

ITAL 101 SPAN 101

Tuesday & Thursday Classses 7–7:30 a.m. ENGL 100 ENGL 201 8:15 a.m.– 8:30 a.m. ENGL 100 ENGL 100 ENGL 100 9 a.m. COMM 106 MATH 103 DRAM 106 ECON 102 BIO 101 FILM 106 GEOG 104 PHIL 101 HIST 101 PSYC 101 SOC 101 10:30 a.m. ENGL 100 PSYC 104 HUMN 202 ECON 101 OCEA 101 ENGL 201 SOC 104 HIST 111 GEOG 101 COMM 101 MATH 135 COMM 120 BIO 170 MATH 103 CHLD 121 11:30 a.m. CHEM 110 12 noon PSYC 104 SOC 104 1–1:15 a.m. ENGL 100 MATH 155 LIT 260 HIST 110 CHEM 108 ENGL 202 MATH 150 PHIL 122 PSYC 101 ASTR 101 COMM 101 MATH 260 SOC 102 ADM 100 2–2:30 p.m. ENGL 201 ANTH 101 3 p.m. ENGL 100 4 p.m. MATH 115 5–5:15 p.m. MATH 103 GEOG 101 BIO 101 BIO 220 6 p.m. or later ENGL 100 SPAN 201 FREN 201

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ITAL 101

SPAN 101

JAPN 101

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Important Deadlines Important Deadlines Class deadlines are determined by the start and end date of the class. Drop deadlines for open-entry classes apply to the full length of the class, regardless of when the student enrolled. Exceptions to the add deadline are noted in the individual class listings (for example, self-paced/open-entry classes). Some classes may require instructor consent to enroll after the class begins.

Adding/Dropping Classes Changes to your class schedule may be made online using SURF. If you are adding more units to your schedule, or are subject to new fees such as course fees or Student Center fees, you must pay with a VISA or MasterCard at the time you add the units. After you have added or dropped classes: • Print your new account detail, if applicable. • Print your revised class schedule. Students who cannot pay by VISA or MasterCard must come immediately to the Student Accounts Office to pay for added classes, otherwise you are subject to being dropped for non-payment.

Add Days Start Date End Date Deadline *

Deadline to drop class with no record & receive refund

Deadline to file for Pass/ No Pass grading option

Deadline to drop with a “W” grade (withdraw)

Full Semester Classes: Fall 2008

8/25/08

12/19/08

8/30/08

9/6/08

9/26/08

11/20/08

9/8/08 9/8/08 9/8/08 9/8/08 9/9/08 9/9/08 9/9/08 9/10/08 9/11/08 9/12/08 9/13/08

12/15/08 12/15/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/18/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/13/08

9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/12/08 9/19/08

9/17/08 9/17/08 9/17/08 9/17/08 9/18/08 9/18/08 9/18/08 9/19/08 9/19/08 9/19/08 9/19/08

10/7/08 10/7/08 10/7/08 10/8/08 10/8/08 10/8/08 10/8/08 10/9/08 10/10/08 10/10/08 10/10/08

11/20/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/20/08

8/29/08 8/29/08 8/29/08 8/30/08 8/30/08 8/30/08 9/2/08

8/29/08 8/29/08 8/30/08 8/30/08 8/30/08 8/30/08 8/30/08

9/9/08 9/9/08 9/10/08 9/10/08 9/10/08 9/10/08 9/10/08

10/2/08 10/3/08 10/3/08 10/3/08 10/3/08 10/3/08 10/3/08

10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/27/08 10/27/08 10/27/08 10/27/08 10/28/08 10/31/08

10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/24/08 10/29/08

11/4/08 11/4/08 11/5/08 11/5/08 11/5/08 11/5/08 11/4/08 11/5/08 11/7/08

11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 11/26/08 12/1/08

15 Week Classes: M MW MW TBA T TTH TTH W TH F S

8 Week Classes Beginning in August: MW MTWT TBA TTH TWTHF TWS W

8/25/08 8/25/08 8/25/08 8/26/08 8/26/08 8/26/08 8/27/08

10/15/08 10/16/08 10/18/08 10/16/08 10/17/08 10/18/08 10/15/08

8 Week Classes Beginning in October: MW MTWTH TBA TTH TWTHF TWS T W S

10/20/08 10/20/08 10/20/08 10/21/08 10/21/08 10/21/08 10/21/08 10/22/08 10/25/08

12/10/08 12/11/08 12/13/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/13/08 12/9/08 12/10/08 12/13/08

*At the instructor’s discretion, a student may add/enroll in a full-semester class or 15-week class through the end of the second week of class. For other variations, check your course syllabus.

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Campus Safety • Locations Campus Safety Everyone wants to feel safe and secure. And MiraCosta College’s Campus Police do all they can to make sure you are. By looking at the statistics on the right, you’ll see that crime is low at MiraCosta. Nonetheless, Campus Police are visible and accessible. Day or night, if for any reason you would feel safer being escorted to and from your car, all you need to do is call Campus Police. The phone number and hours for this service are listed below.

For more information, call (760) 795-6640. Oceanside Campus: Mon.–Fri. 7 a.m.–11 p.m. Sat. 7 a.m.–3 p.m. San Elijo Campus: Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–10 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.–4 p.m. Community Learning Center: Mon.–Thurs. 7 a.m.–10 p.m. Fri. 7a.m.–3p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.–2 p.m.

Reported Crimes: 2004-2006

Reported in accordance with the Uniform Crime Reporting Procedures and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act

Murder Manslaughter Forcible sex offenses Non-forcible sex offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Arson Stolen vehicles Theft

Non-campus Public OC SAN CLC locations Property Totals ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 3 3 0 0 0 7 4 3 12 16 1 5 0 2 0 1 3 17 11 9 0 0 0 34 28 15 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 2 0 0 0 6 6 4 22 15 19 3 2 3 3 3 3 18 14 28 0 0 0 46 34 53

Race Gender Religion Sexual Orientation Ethnicity Disability

0 0 0 0 0 0

Total crimes reported for: Offense Type (Including attempts)

Crimes listed above or other crimes of bodily injury classified as hate crimes, listed by category of prejudice

Arrests/referrals reported for:

Offense Type (Including attempts) Liquor Law Violations

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06

Referral Arrest

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 1

0 0

Referral Arrest

0 5

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 2

0 0

0 0

0 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 5

0 1

0 5

Referral Arrest

1 0

0 1

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 2

0 2

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 3

0 3

0 1

Drug Law Violations

Weapons Violations

MiraCosta College campuses include buildings and property owned or controlled by the college within the same contiguous geographic area and used in direct support of the college’s educational or institutional purposes. Non-campus building or property includes those owned or controlled by the college and are used in direct support of educational purposes, used frequently by students, and are not within the same contiguous geographic area as the campus. Public property includes city thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks and parking facilities that are within or immediately adjacent to the any of the college campuses.

Class Locations OC

MiraCosta College, Oceanside Campus (760) 757-2121 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056-3899

SAN

MiraCosta College, San Elijo Campus (760) 944-4449 3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007-1516

CLC

MiraCosta Community Learning Center (760) 795-8710 1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058-7104

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Introducing the College Monthly Pass: Associated Student Government, MiraCosta College and North County Transit District have teamed up to save you money. Your College Pass is good for unlimited riding each month on all NCTD BREEZE buses, the SPRINTER, and FAST services. It also provides a discount on the COASTER rail service to San Diego and a free transfer to most San Diego MTS buses. Save lots! Only $39 a month: That’s $15 off a BREEZE/SPRINTER pass, a 30% discount. If you go to school 10 times a month by the BREEZE/SPRINTER, you’ve made your money back. And that’s just two weeks of riding back and forth to class. Plus you save time avoiding parking hassles and car expenses! Available after the 25th of the month at the Student Accounts Office at MiraCosta College’s Oceanside Campus, San Elijo campus and the Community Learning Center. One hundred fifty (150) passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligibility: MiraCosta students with an student ID card at any campus site enrolled in two classes, credit or noncredit; or students attending English as a Second Language (ESL) classes three or more times a week.

Off-Campus Addresses CCA

Canyon Crest Academy (858) 350-0253 5951 Village Center Loop Road, San Diego, CA 92130

FROGS

Frogs Fitness at Encinitas (760) 942-3000 780 Garden View Court, Encinitas, CA 92024

LEGO

LEGOLAND (760) 918-5346 One LEGOLAND Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008

OCB

Oceanside College of Beauty (760) 757-6161 1575 S. Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054

ONLINE Online course via computer USNH

US Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton

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Spring 20______/

Enrollment

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Oceanside Campus: 1 Barnard Drive, Sta.10A, Oceanside, CA 92056 • San Elijo Campus: 3333 Manchester Ave., Sta. 17B, Cardiff, CA 92007 DIRECTIONS: This application is for credit classes only. Print in blue or black ink. Complete both sides and return to either campus. The voluntary provision of your Social Security number will be used to assist the state of California in evaluating community college student success. Not providing your Social Security number could delay financial aid processing and accurate IRS reporting for tax credits.

Print your name on the side of the form.

1. Legal Name_ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Initial

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2. Social Security Number

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3. Sex

o Male o Female

4. Date of Birth ___________________________________________________

Month / Day / Year

4a. Age _________________

Birthplace _________________________________________________

Years

5.

Indicate the one that applies to you as of the first day of the semester:

o None o Active-duty military o Dependent of military o Veteran (discharged within the last year) o Veteran (discharged over a year ago) Date of discharge: ________________________________________________________ If you’re currently active in the military, or if you were discharged within the last year, or you are a dependent of an active member in the military, then please answer the following: Home of Record________________________ Country of Record ____________________ Currently stationed in California o Yes o No

If stationed in California, is the duty for educational purposes only? (This is not common)

6. Citizenship Status o U.S. Citizen o Temporary Resident

o Amnesty o Other Status o Student Visa (F1/M1)

o Yes o No

o Permanent Resident

o Refugee/Asylee

If you did not specify U.S. citizen, please indicate the following: _______________________________________________ _______________ ________________

o CHECK IF NONE

ALIEN REGISTRATION NUMBER OR VISA TYPE

ISSUE DATE

EXPIRATION DATE

7. Telephone __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Area Code Telephone Number 8. E-mail Address _ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9. Ethnic Background: Select the one that applies to you (for state and federal statistical reports) o White (non-Hispanic) o Japanese (AJ) o Black (non-Hispanic) o Korean (AK) o Mexican, Mexican- o Laotian (AL) American, Chicano (HM) o Chinese (AC) o Cambodian (AM)

o Vietnamese (AV) o Asian Indian (AI) o Other Asian (AX)

o South American (HS) o Other Hispanic (HX) o American Indian/ Alaskan Native (N.)

o Central American (HR) o Guamanian (PG) o Hawaiian (PH)

o Samoan (PS) o Other Pacific Islander (PX) o Filipino (F.) o Other non-white (O.) o Decline to state (XD)

10. Local residence (do not use a P.O. box)

_ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Number Street Apartment Number

11. Local mailing address (if different from above)

_ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Number Street Apartment Number

_ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip

_ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip

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12. Enter the code of the major you wish to pursue while at MiraCosta College. (Choose from the listing of majors on the back of the application, page A-4.) Major Code 13. Indicate the one that applies most recently to you.

o Currently a high school student and intend to take college courses at the same time (SPC) o First time student at any college (FYR) o Transfer student from another college (NTR) o Returning to MiraCosta after absence of a main term (RET) o Attended MiraCosta last semester; I am continuing (X)

14. Enter the code of last high school you attended. (Choose from the codes list on the back of the Supplementary Residency Questionnaire, p. A-4.) High School Code

___________________________________________________ Name of High School

OR

___________________________________________________ City State ___________________________________________________ Country (if not U.S.A.)

15. Directory information is released to the public.

Select “NO” if you do not want this information released. See Admissions and Records for a list of directory information.

o No

16. Indicate which statement currently applies to you (select only one). SB 11

NOT A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

COLLEGE GRADUATE

o Not a graduate of, and no longer enrolled in, high school (00000) o Received an associate degree o High school student currently enrolled in grades 10-12 (10000) (indicate year received) 7______________ o Currently enrolled in adult high school (20000) o Received a bachelor’s degree or higher (indicate year received) 8______________ HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE WITHOUT A COLLEGE DEGREE o Received high school diploma (indicate year received) o Received GED or Certificate of Equivalency/Completion (indicate year received) o Received Certificate of High School Proficiency Exam (indicate year received) o Received foreign high school diploma/certificate (indicate year received)

3______________ 4______________ 5______________ 6______________

17. Give your primary goal while attending MiraCosta (select only one). SB 14

THESE GOALS DO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

THESE GOALS DO NOT QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

o Transfer to a 4-year institution to obtain B.A/B.S. degree by

o Discover/formulate career interests, plans, goals. (F) o Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills). (G) o Advance further in current job/career (update job skills). (H) o Maintain certificate or license (e.g. nursing, real estate). (I) o Improve basic skills in English, reading, math. (K) o Complete credits for high school diploma or GED. (L) o Personal interest; no intention to use credit for certificate, degree or transfer. (J) o To move from noncredit course work to credit course work. (N) o 4-year college student taking courses to meet 4-year college requirements. (O) o Am undecided on goal. (M)

o Transfer to a 4-year institution to obtain B.A/B.S. degree

earning an associate degree, then transferring. (A) without earning an associate degree. (B)

o Earn an associate degree (non-vocational). (C) o Earn a vocational associate degree. (D) o Earn a vocational certificate. (E)

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Print your name on the top and side of the form.

Select one of the following: 18.

o A.

I am at least 19 years of age OR married and will answer questions #19-27 for myself.

o B.

I am under 19 years of age AND unmarried and will answer questions #19-27 for my parent or guardian.

Check with whom you are currently residing:

o Mother o Father o Stepmother o Stepfather o Other________________________________

Name of the person you’re residing with: ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Are you a dependent of your parents for income tax purposes? o Yes o No

For the person you indicated above, complete the following information. (If you checked “Other,” complete information on the parent with whom you last resided.) 19. Citizenship Status o U.S. Citizen o Amnesty o Other Status o Permanent Resident o Refugee/Asylee o Temporary Resident o Student Visa (F1/M1) If you did not specify U.S. citizen, please indicate the following: _______________________________________________ _______________ ________________ CHECK IF NONE

ALIEN REGISTRATION NUMBER OR VISA TYPE

o

20. Have you been in continuous residence in the state of California for at least the last two years? o Yes If NO, enter your last state or country of residence __________________________________________ State

ISSUE DATE

EXPIRATION DATE

o No

21. When did your present stay in California begin? ___________________________________________ Month / Day/ Year 22. Do you intend to maintain California as your state of legal residence?

o Yes o No

23. WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS, have you done any of the following OUTSIDE OF CALIFORNIA? If YES, check which you have done: o Filed state income taxes in another state o Voted in another state o Attended an out-of-state educational institution as a resident of THAT STATE

o Yes o No

o Petitioned for a divorce in another state o Declared residency in ANOTHER STATE for income tax purposes

o Yes o No If “YES,” check which you have done and indicate date: o obtained a California driver’s license. Date _____________________ o obtained California vehicle registration paying full fees. Date __________________ o voted in California. Date _____________________ o filed resident California state income taxes. Years __________________

24. Have you done one or more of the following in California?

If “NO,” list any actions you have taken that might demonstrate your intent to be a California resident (such as obtaining California identification card, divorce in California, checking account, savings account, loan in California). Also, list date action was taken.

25. Are you a full-time employee or spouse or dependent of a full-time employee of a California community college, California State University or College, the University of California, or the Maritime Academy? o Yes

o No

If “YES,” list name, relationship, where employed and the position held: _____________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

26. Are you a full-time credentialed employee of a California public school enrolling in college for purposes of fulfulling credential-related requirements?

o Yes o No

27. Have you been employed as a seasonal agricultural worker for at least a total of two months of each of the past two years?

o Yes o No

The information on this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Falsification of any information may result in my dismissal from classes. STUDENT SIGNATURE: _______________________________________________ DATE: ______________________________________________________________ MiraCosta College is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunities to all persons regardless of, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital or parental status, disability, age, sexual orientation or status as a Vietnam-era veteran.

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Admissions— Residency Requirements & Code Lists Residency Requirements

Choosing Your Major or Certificate Program

The residency rules as established by Title V of the California Code of Regulations require a one-year physical presence in the state of California prior to the first day of the term combined with one year of evidence of intent and ability to establish residency in California. Students may be required to present evidence regarding their residency such as:

• If you plan to earn a two-year, Associate degree, select a major from the Associate degree list . If you want to earn a certificate and an A.A. degree, select a certificate from the Certificate of Achievement list Students may not earn an Associate degree, at this time, for certificates listed under . Certificates of Achievement that are listed under may be selected for a major.

1. payment of resident state income tax, 2. resident vehicle registration, 3. California driver’s license, and 4. voter registration.

Some exceptions and limitations to the residency requirement exist; consult with the Admissions and Records Office. Students in classes for which no college credit is granted will not be required to pay tuition.

High School Codes San Diego County High Schools Alta Vista......................................................04373203 Army & Navy Academy.................................04374025 Carlsbad........................................................04373069 Carlsbad Village Academy............................04373001 El Camino......................................................04373901 Escondido......................................................04373206 Fallbrook........................................................04373217 Guajome Park Academy................................04373094 Ivy School......................................................04373219 La Costa Canyon...........................................04373100 Oceanside.....................................................04373520 Ocean Shores................................................04373902 Orange Glen..................................................04373531 Poway............................................................04373586 Rancho Buena Vista......................................04373072 San Dieguito H.S. Academy..........................04373741 San Luis Rey Academy..................................04374750 San Marcos...................................................04373015 San Pasqual..................................................04373005 Scripps Ranch...............................................04373088 Sunset...........................................................04373738 Torrey Pines...................................................04373003 Vista..............................................................04373870 Westview High School..................................04373152 Other San Diego or California High Schools:

List name, city, and state of last high school attended. Out-of-State High Schools: List name, city

and state of last high school attended. Foreign High Schools: List name and

country of last high school attended.

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Associate Degrees MiraCosta offers a number of Associate in Arts degrees and one Associate in Science, Registered Nursing degree. Associate degrees require a minimum of 60 degree-applicable units. Major (Associate Degree) Code Number A.A. in University Studies: Anthropology.............................. 220200 A.A. in University Studies: Art History................................... 100202 A.A. in University Studies: Art Studio..................................... 100203 A.A. in University Studies: Astronomy................................... 191100 A.A. in University Studies: Biological Sciences.................. 040101 A.A. in University Studies: Business Administration.......... 050501 A.A. in University Studies: Chemistry..................................... 190501 A.A. in University Studies: Child Development.................... 130501 A.A. in University Studies: Communication.......................... 150601 A.A. in University Studies: Computer Science..................... 070701 A.A. in University Studies: Criminology and Justice Studies .......................................................................................... 210502 A.A. in University Studies: Dance........................................... 100801 A.A. in University Studies: Dramatic Arts.............................. 100701 A.A. in University Studies: Economics................................... 220401 A.A. in University Studies: English and Literature............... 150102 A.A. in University Studies: Environmental Science............. 030100 A.A. in University Studies: French.......................................... 110201 A.A. in General Studies with Area of Emphasis............... 490105 (Students are cautioned that completing an A.A. degree in General Studies may not fully prepare them to transfer.) A.A. in University Studies: Geography................................... 220601 A.A. in University Studies: Geology........................................ 191401 A.A. in University Studies: German......................................... 110301

A.A. in University Studies: Gerontology................................. 130900 A.A. in University Studies: Health Science........................... 083700 A.A. in University Studies: History.......................................... 220501 A.A. in University Studies: Human Development................. 200300 A.A. in University Studies: Japanese..................................... 110801 A.A. in University Studies: Kinesiology................................. 083501 A.A. in Liberal Studies: Elementary (Multiple Subject) Teaching Preparation................................................... 490120 A.A. in University Studies: Mathematics............................... 170101 A.A. in University Studies: Music........................................... 100401 A.A. in University Studies: Philosophy................................... 150901 A.A. in University Studies: Physics......................................... 190201 A.A. in University Studies: Political Science....................... 220701 A.A. in University Studies: Pre-Engineering......................... 090101 A.A. in University Studies: Pre-Nursing................................. 126000 A.A. in University Studies: Pre-Social Work......................... 210400 A.A. in University Studies: Psychology.................................. 200101 A.A. in Registered Nursing (LVN to RN Career Ladder).......... 123010 A.S. in Registered Nursing (LVN to RN Career Ladder).......... 123011 A.A. in University Studies: Social Sciences......................... 220102 A.A. in University Studies: Sociology..................................... 220801 A.A. in University Studies: Spanish........................................ 110501 Undecided................................................................................. 999999

Certificate of Achievement/Associate Degree MiraCosta offers a number of certificate programs that may also be used as a major. If you want to earn a Certificate of Achievement and an Associate degree select a major from . The Associate degree may not be granted for Certificates of Achievement listed under . Students should refer to the catalog for a detailed description of the certificate(s) and any degree requirements. Major (Certificate and/or Associate Degree) Code Number Accounting................................................................................ 050200 Agri-Business Management..................................................... 010904 Architectural Technology.......................................................... 020103 Automotive Technology............................................................. 094802 Bookkeeping.............................................................................. 050201 Child Development Associate Teacher..................................... 130516 Child Development Entrepreneurship....................................... 130514 Child Development Master Teacher......................................... 130512 Child Development Site Supervisor.......................................... 130515 Child Development Teacher...................................................... 130513 Computer-Aided Design & Drafting.......................................... 095300 Computer-Aided Drafting . ....................................................... 095301 Computer Applications............................................................. 070100 Computer Network Administration . ....................................... 070102 Cosmetology............................................................................. 300700 Design & Technology................................................................ 100600 Digital Audio Production........................................................... 100501 Entrepreneurship....................................................................... 050601 Floriculture................................................................................ 010905 Fundamentals of Computer Programming................................ 070700 Graphic Design.......................................................................... 079901 Hospitality Management.......................................................... 130703

Landscape Architecture............................................................ 010906 Landscape Management.......................................................... 010901 Law Enforcement...................................................................... 210500 Licensed Vocational Nursing.................................................... 123020 Management............................................................................. 050608 Marketing.................................................................................. 050604 Mechanical Drafting................................................................. 095304 Medical Office Professional...................................................... 120370 Nursery/Horticulture Crop Production...................................... 010902 Office Manager......................................................................... 050607 Real Estate................................................................................ 051100 Real Estate Entrepreneurship................................................... 051102 Recording Arts/Record Production........................................... 100502 Registered Nursing (LVN to RN Career Ladder)........................ 123010 Research and Development...................................................... 043002 Restaurant Management.......................................................... 130610 Retail Management.................................................................. 050609 Secretary/Administrative Assistant......................................... 051401 Surgical Technology.................................................................. 121700 Travel/Tourism Management.................................................... 300900 Web Development and Design................................................. 079900 Undecided................................................................................. 999999

Major (Certificate only) Code Number Early Intervention and Inclusion............................................... 130519 Personal Fitness Trainer............................................................ 083520 Radiation Protection Technician............................................... 030300

Sound Reinforcement............................................................... 100503 The Business of Music.............................................................. 100504 Video and Media Design.......................................................... 061410

• If you’re looking for short-term training, but not planning to complete a certificate of achievement or degree, select a major code appropriate to the course(s) you are planning to take. • If you’re taking a class for life-long learning or personal enrichment, select: Major

Code Number

Undecided................................................................................. 999999 or a major code appropriate to the course(s) you are planning to take.

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Semester: (Circle one) Fall 20__

Spring 20__

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MiraCosta College Requisite Review Form

Summer 20__

This form is to be used for students who have completed a requisite course at another college and wish to be placed into MiraCosta College courses which have requisites. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEARING REQUISITES 1. Carefully and completely fill out the requested information below. 2. Attach supporting documentation (i.e. unofficial transcripts or high school transcripts. High school transcripts may not be used unless the course description specifies that it is acceptable). 3. Submit form and supporting documentation to the Admissions and Records office. 4. Normal processing time is 3-5 working days after which you should attempt to register. If additional information is necessary the Office of Admissions will contact you.

Oceanside Campus Building 3300 Fax: (760) 795-6626

San Elijo Campus Administration Building Fax: (760) 634-7875

Name

Student ID#

Address

e-mail Address

City State

Zip

Phone (

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Courses

Coursework must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale, or its equivalent). Complete a separate form for each course which requires a requisite. Course you want to take:

Requisite(s):

Institution where requisite was taken:

(ex: Engl 100)

(ex: Engl 803)

(ex: Palomar College)

Year/Term taken: (ex: Spring/2006)

FOR OFFICE USE

Grade Earned (ex: B)

Admissions Office Decision

Approve

Deny

In progress

/ If course has more than one requisite list all requisites on a separate line

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For in-progress coursework, please read the statement below and initial: I understand that in order to take a course at MiraCosta College for which there is a stated requisite, I must complete the requisite with a grade of ‘C’ or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale, or its equivalent). For Fall and Spring semesters, I understand that I must submit verification of final grade earned to Admissions and Records by Thursday of the week before the start of the semester. For the Summer, I understand that I must submit verification of final grade earned to Admissions and Records by the Add deadline for the course. If I fail to provide verification of final grade earned by the Add deadline (see current class schedule for deadlines), or if my final grade is below a ‘C’ (2.0 on a 4.0 scale, or its equivalent) I will be dropped from the course. Additionally, I understand that I will not receive any reminders from the college regarding this requirement.

Please initial that you have read and understand the above advisory.

Acceptable forms of verification of final grade earned include: official or unofficial transcripts, grade reports or a letter from the instructor on school letterhead. NOTE: Additional course information may be requested to finalize the decision. Documents attached to this request will not be returned and will become the property of MiraCosta College. This form is for requisite purposes only. Clearance of a requisite does not assume waiver, substitution or completion of course requirements.

Student Signature

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Fee Assistance Information Board of Governors

Fee Waiver Information: The California Community Colleges Board of Governors believes that the enrollment fee should not stand between you and a better future. To ensure that it doesn’t, a program has been established to waive the fee for you, if you qualify. This program is limited to California residents; non-residents of California (as determined by the Admissions and Records Office) do not qualify for this program. Do not enroll before obtaining your Board of Governors Waiver. Eligibility determination must be made prior to enrolling in classes. If you are approved for Method A, you will NOT have to pay the enrollment fee or the student center fee. If you are approved for a Method B or C, you will NOT have to pay the enrollment fee. In addition, a portion of the parking fee will be waived for Method A, B, and C recipients for fall and/or spring semesters for first vehicle only; does not apply to motorcycle or additional vehicles. Note: There are no parking waivers for the summer session under this program. You will need to pay all other fees not covered by the Board of Governors Waiver from your own resources. If you use SURF Web enrollment: Submit the completed application and income verification to the Financial Aid Office BEFORE using SURF. If you use on-campus or late registration: Bring the completed application and income verification with you when you come to enroll.

Description of Grant Qualification Methods and Documentation Required: There are three methods to qualify for a Board of Governors Waiver: A, B, C.

Method A: You must be a current recipient of TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families), SSI (Supplemental Security Income, NOT Disability or Retirement), General Assistance/General Relief (GA/GR), a dependent student whose parent(s) or guardian(s) are recipients of TANF and/or SSI if (1) you are included in their grant or (2) those benefits are their only source of income, or you are the dependent or child of certain deceased or disabled veterans and have been certified for a fee waiver by the California Department of Veterans Affairs. One of the following sources of documentation is required: • Notice of Action or computer-generated Monthly Eligibility Report CA 7 issued in your name (or in your parent’s name if applying as a dependent) for the same month in which you file this application or one month before. • Warrant or check issued in your name (or your parent’s name if applying as a dependent) for the same month in which you file this application or one month before. • Agency Certification — Untaxed Income Form. May be obtained from the Financial Aid Office and must be completed by the agency providing the benefits. • Letter from the Social Security Office stating that you (or your parent if you are applying as a dependent) are eligible for SSI payment for the same month in which you file this application or one month before. Deceased/Disabled Veterans’ Dependents or National Guard Dependents • Fee Waiver certification provided by the California Department of Veterans Affairs or your county Veterans Service Office. • Fee Waiver certification provided by the California National Guard Adjutant General’s Office. Surviving Dependents of an individual killed in the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks • Fee Waiver certification provided by the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board. Recipient of or Dependent of Congressional Medal of Honor • Fee Waiver certification provided by the California Department of Veterans Affairs Dependent of Deceased Law Enforcement/Fire Suppression Personnel

NEED MORE INFO? MiraCosta Financial Aid/Scholarship Office Building 3000, Oceanside Campus (760) 795-6711, or (760) 944-4449, ext. 6711. Por favor comuníquese a la oficina de Ayuda Financiera para obtener solicitudes e informacíon en español. Nuestra oficina está en el edificio 3000 en el recinto de Oceanside. Nuestro número de teléfono es (760) 795‑6711.

• Fee Waiver Certification provided by Law Enforcement/Fire Suppression Agency

Method B: Family income (or your parents’ family income if you are a dependent student) does not exceed standards established by the Board of Governors. Be sure to attach verification of your 2007 income such as a signed copy of your federal income tax return. If you had income that is not reflected on your federal tax return, it may be necessary for you to obtain verification from the provider of those funds. If you (or your parent, for dependent students) are now married but were not married during 2007, you must also include the new spouse’s 2007 income on the application. Be sure to submit the application early so you can find out if you’re eligible before you enroll. If you need to obtain your tax account information, you can call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 and allow 15 days for delivery. Persons separated or divorced who filed a joint tax return should provide legible copies of all 2007 W-2 forms in addition to the signed federal tax return. For persons who did not file income tax returns, verification from IRS of non-filing and W-2s may be required.

Method C: Students who do not qualify under either Method A or B can receive a Method C waiver by establishing financial need for federal assistance through the MiraCosta Financial Aid Office. This requires completion of a 2008 – 2009 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submission of all necessary forms to the Financial Aid Office. Processing of a financial aid file can take 8-10 weeks (longer for students with unusual circumstances). We CANNOT honor a waiver from another school. MiraCosta College • FALL 2008

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California Community Colleges 2008-2009 Board Of Governors Fee Waiver Application This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section 68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Name:

Student ID # Last

First

Middle Initial

Email (if available):

Telephone Number: (______)

Home Address:

Date of Birth: Street

City

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Zip Code

Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?  No IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT

Yes

The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships registered with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your domestic partner. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information will be required for the parent’s domestic partner. Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid.

Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code? (Answer “Yes” if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State’s Office.)  Yes  No If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner’s income and household information or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Student Marital Status:

Single

Married

Divorced

Separated

Widowed

Registered Domestic Partnership

DEPENDENCY STATUS 1. Were you born before January 1, 1985?  Yes  No 2. As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)? (Answer "Yes" if you are separated but not divorced or have not filed a termination notice to dissolve partnership.)  Yes  No 3. Do you have children who receive more than half of their support from you, or other dependents who live with you (other than your children and spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009?  Yes  No 4. Are (a) both your parents deceased, or (b) are you (or were you until age 18) a ward/dependent of the court ?  Yes  No 5. Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training?  Yes  No • If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 5, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #8. • If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 5, complete the following questions: 6. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or both of your parents? Will Not File  Yes  No 7. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP?  Yes  No • If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 5 and "Yes" to either question 6 or 7, you must provide income and household information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow. • If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 6, and "No" to question 7, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this enrollment fee waiver. You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information. METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 8. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from: TANF/CalWORKs?  Yes  No SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)?  Yes  No General Assistance?  Yes  No 9. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a primary source of income?  Yes  No • If you answered "Yes" to question 8 or 9 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are required to show current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities.

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Complete and Sign the Reverse Side METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 10. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2009.) _________ 11. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009.) ___________ 12. 2007 Income Information DEPENDENT STUDENT: INDEPENDENT STUDENT: PARENT(S)/ RDP INCOME a. b.

Adjusted Gross Income (If 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return was filed, enter the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4). All other income (Include ALL money received in 2007 that is not included in line (a) above (such as TANF benefits, disability, Social Security, child support). Include Military Living Allowances and Combat Pay (attach December 2007 LES (or Last Full Month of 2007 Active Duty LES) and 2007 W-2). TOTAL Income for 2007 (Sum of a + b)

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The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify using this simple method, you should file a FAFSA. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS 13. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification.  Yes  No 14. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification.  Yes  No 15. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient? Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Yes  No 16. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack? Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.  Yes  No 17. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty? Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record.  Yes  No • If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 13-17, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the Certification below. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions. CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college, the college district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges.

Applicant’s Signature

Date

Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only) California Information Privacy Act

Date

State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following information be provided to financial aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished on this form as it pertains to them. The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your college for further information. The Chancellor’s Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to which you are applying.

BOGFW-B 2008-09 Income Standards

Family Size

2007 Income

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Each Additional Family Member

$15,315 $20,535 $25,755 $30,975 $36,195 $41,425 $46,635 $51,855

Office Use Only ! BOGA1 TANF/CalWORKs) ! BOGA2 (SSI/SSP) ! BOGA3 (GA) ! BOGB ! BOGC ! Student is NOT eligible ! Special Classification !Vet/National Guarp Dep-A4 !Medal of Honor or 9/11 Dep-A5 !Dep of deceased law /fire - A5 ! RDP ! Student ! Parent

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_____________PARK VARIABLE

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_____________AWARD ENTRY

_____________AID YEAR ACTIVATION

_____________CHECKLIST ENTRY

_____________FA TERMS

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LABEL DOCS FOR SCANNING

$ 5,220 Certified by___________________________________Date______________________________0108:FAO:BOGFW APP 0809

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San Elijo Campus • (760) 944-4449 3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007 OCEANSIDE

Nestled below the bluffs and facing the San Elijo Lagoon; 42-acre campus just east of I-5.

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ENCINITAS SOLANA BEACH

1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058

One mile east of I-5; home to MiraCosta’s tuition-free noncredit program.

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Credit Schedule - 2008 Fall  

The MiraCosta College class schedule provides a listing of the days, times and locations of courses offered.

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