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summer/fall 2014

Class Schedule

Summer term begins June 16 Now offering 6 and 8 week summer classes! (Some summer classes begin as early as May 22) Fall semester begins August 25 Please note: Orientation

is now required for first time students. Please visit ohlone.edu/orientation

App l y & r e g i s t e r o n l i n e

South Parking Structure opens August 2015


COnTenTS – SUMMeR/FAll 2014 Academic Calendars.........................................................................2-3 Academic Regulations..............................................................106-109 Adding Classes.................................................................................106 Admission Information........................................................................9 Admissions and Records..................................................................109 Application Form ..............................................................Center Pages Athletics ...................................................................................109-110 Auditing...........................................................................................108 Board of Governors Waiver Program ..............................................115 Bookstore ..................................................................................24, 110 Campus Police/Safety and Security Services....................110, 125-130 Career Services................................................................................111 Cashier’s Office ........................................................................111-112 Class Listing Guide.............................................................................28 Class Listings – Summer 2014 ......................................................29-41 Class Listings – Fall 2014 ............................................................42-105 Codes – Academic Program...............................................................67 Community Education..........................................................68-69, 112 Counseling.......................................................................................113 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Registration ................................14 Disabled Students Programs and Services ......................................113 Division Contacts.............................................................................136 Drops/Withdrawals .........................................................................107 Enrollment Process .............................................................................8 Enrollment Process – 10th-12th Grade Students ..............................12 Enrollment Steps............................................................................9-11 EOPS/CARE/CalWORKS ...................................................................113 Fees and Refunds .........................................................................21-23 Final Examination Schedule.................................................................4 Financial Aid.......................................................................25, 113-115 Foundation ......................................................................................130 Frequently Asked Questions ...............................................................6 General Education Breadth Requirements...................................70-72 Health Sciences Programs .................................................................13 International Programs and Services ..............................................116 International Students .................................................................13-14 Kindergarten-12th Grade Students .................................................125 Learning Disabled Students.............................................................113 Learning Resource Center  ..............................................................116

Military Personnel .............................................................................14 Newark Campus ..............................................................................116 Ohlone Online ..............................................................................26-27 Ombudsperson................................................................................118 Orientation........................................................................................18 Parking ............................................................................................129 Placement Testing ........................................................................15-17 Policies and Procedures ...........................................................120-130 Academic Dishonesty and Its Consequences ..............................120 Campus Police Procedures...................................................125-127 Complaint Procedures.................................................................123 Drug-Free Environment and Drug Prevention Program ..............127 Equal Educational and  Employment Opportunity Policy.........................................120-121 Open Enrollment Policy...............................................................120 Smoke-Free District .....................................................................123 Unlawful Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment ............121-123 Prerequisites ...................................................................................107 Programs Offering Special Registration.............................................14 Registration Help...............................................................................20 Repeating Classes.....................................................................107-108 Residency Requirements...................................................................14 Services for Students ...............................................................109-119 Social Security Number and Student ID Number ............................124 Student Health Center.....................................................................118 Student Life .....................................................................................117 Student Records.......................................................................124-125 Student Right-to-Know....................................................................127 Student Success and Support Program (Matriculation) ......................9 Telephone Numbers ........................................................................136 Transfer Center.........................................................................118-119 Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center ...................................................119 Tutoring Services .............................................................................119 Veterans Affairs ...............................................................................118 Vision, Mission, Values, and Goals ......................................................5 Waitlists...........................................................................................106 WebAdvisor Instructions .................................................................. 19 Welcome Day ....................................................................................18 What’s New at Ohlone ........................................................................7

OhlOne VIA The WeB Ohlone College Web Site: http://www.ohlone.edu Ohlone College newark Center for health Sciences and Technology: http://www.ohlone.edu/newark Apply Online: https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu WebAdvisor: https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu (to apply, register, add to a waitlist, drop, pay for classes, and check grades) Ohlone College Bookstore: http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com  Counseling Web Site: http://www.ohlone.edu/counseling (for Placement Testing and Orientation dates) Counseling Appointments: http://www.ohlone.edu/counseling/aboutcounseling/onlineappt.html Web-Based Course Information: http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation (instructions for “Getting Started”) Community education Information: http://commed.ohlone.edu Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center: http://www.tricitiesonestop.com Ohlone College provides Alternate Media services to qualified students who need materials in alternative formats such as Braille, large print, audiotape, or electronic text. For additional information, please contact Disabled Students Programs and Services at (510) 659-6079. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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ACADeMIC CAlenDAR

SUMMeR 2014 ACADeMIC CAlenDAR SCheDUle FOR ReGISTRATIOn Continuing students are assigned the earliest registration times and appointments based on having a declared academic program (major) and by the number of Ohlone units earned toward that program.  new and former students receive the next opportunity to register but do not receive specific appointments.

Priority date for new student applications in order to ensure earliest possible registration times             Monday, April 14 Registration begins for continuing students                                                                                                          Monday, May 5 Due date for 10th-12th grade applications                                                                                                            Monday, May 5 Due date for Kindergarten-9th grade applications                                                                                               Monday, May 12 Registration begins for new and former students with a completed application                                           Monday, May 19 Registration begins for 10th-12th students with a completed application                                                      Monday, June 2 Last day that students are added into classes from the waitlist                                                                         Thursday, June 12 Last day to add full-term class without add authorization code                                                                        Thursday, June 12* SUMMeR TeRM InSTRUCTIOn BeGInS (Read note 1 on Page 4) Monday, June 16 Registration begins for Kindergarten-9th grade students                                                                                    Monday, June 16 Last day to add full-term class with add authorization code                                                                              Thursday, June 19 Last day to apply for Summer 2014 graduation for certificates or degrees                                                     Thursday, June 19 Last day to submit petition to audit full-term class                                                                                              Thursday, June 19 Last day to petition to complete class on a pass/no pass basis                                                                          Thursday, June 19 Last day to drop full-term class and be eligible for a refund                                                                               Sunday, June 22 Last day to drop full-term class without a W grade                                                                                              Sunday, June 22** Census                                                                                                                                                                           Monday, June 23 Holiday/Independence Day                                                                                                                                       Thursday, July 3 Last day to drop from full-term classes with a W grade                                                                                      Tuesday, July 15 Last day of instruction                                                                                                                                                Thursday July 24 Summer Term Final Exams                                                                                                                                        Held during the last                                                                                                                                                                                        regularly scheduled                                                                                                                                                                                        class meeting Grades available via WebAdvisor; grades are posted as they are received                                                      Tuesday, July 29 *Students cannot add full-term classes online via WebAdvisor after the last day to add without add authorization code. After Thursday, June 12 students can only add full-term classes by using an add authorization code provided by the instructor. **Admissions and Records Office hours do not extend to cover weekends and/or holidays. Access during non-office times is available online through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). The dates above pertain to six-week classes starting the week of June 16 and ending the week of July 21. Classes with different start or end dates may have different add, drop, or refund deadlines.

See page 4 for Summer 2014 Calendar Footnotes.

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FAll 2014 ACADeMIC CAlenDAR SCheDUle FOR ReGISTRATIOn Continuing students are assigned the earliest registration times and appointments based on having a declared academic program (major) and by the number of Ohlone units earned toward that program.  new and former students receive the next opportunity to register but do not receive specific appointments.

Priority date for new student applications in order to ensure earliest possible registration times             Monday, April 14 Registration begins for continuing students                                                                                                          Monday, May 5 Registration begins for new and former students with a completed application                                           Monday, May 19 Due date for 10th-12th grade applications                                                                                                            Monday, July 21 Due date for Kindergarten-9th grade applications                                                                                               Monday, August 4 Registration begins for 10th-12th grade students with a completed application                                           Monday, August 11 FAll SeMeSTeR InSTRUCTIOn BeGInS (Read note 1 on Page 4) Monday, August 25 Registration begins for Kindergarten-9th grade students                                                                                    Monday, August 25 Last day that students are added into classes from the waitlist                                                                         Friday, August 29 Last day to add full-term class without add authorization code                                                                        Friday, August 29* Holiday/Labor Day (weekend classes do not meet)                                                                                              Saturday, August 30                                                                                                                                                                                       Monday, September 1 Last day to submit petition to audit full-term class                                                                                              Friday, September 5 Last day to add full-term class with add authorization code                                                                              Sunday, September 7 Last day to drop full-term class and be eligible for a refund                                                                               Sunday, September 7 Last day to drop full-term class without a W grade                                                                                              Sunday, September 7** Census                                                                                                                                                                           Monday, September 8 Last day to petition to complete class on a pass/no pass basis                                                                          Friday, September 19 Last day to apply for Fall 2014 graduation for degrees or certificates                                                              Friday, October 3 Holiday/Veterans’ Day                                                                                                                                               Tuesday, November 11 Last day to drop full-term class with a W grade                                                                                                    Thursday, November 13 Holiday/Thanksgiving (weekend classes do not meet)                                                                                        Thursday, November 27                                                                                                                                                                                       Sunday, November 30 Last day of instruction                                                                                                                                                Friday, December 5 Final exam period                                                                                                                                                       Saturday, December 6                                                                                                                                                                                       Friday, December 12 Grades available via WebAdvisor; grades are posted as they are received                                                      Wednesday, December 17 Spring Semester instruction begins                                                                                                                         Monday, January 26 *Students cannot add full-term classes online via WebAdvisor after the last day to add without add authorization code. After Friday, August 29 students can only add full-term classes by using an add authorization code provided by the instructor. **Admissions and Records Office hours do not extend to cover weekends and/or holidays. Access during non-office times is available online through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). The dates above pertain to sixteen-week classes starting the week of August 25 and ending the week of December 8. Classes with different start or end dates may have different add, drop, or refund deadlines.

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SUMMeR/FAll 2014 ACADeMIC CAlenDAR FOOTnOTeS Students are responsible for class prerequisites, academic calendar deadlines, services information, and registration procedures. note 1 Use the following percentages to calculate deadlines for classes that meet more or less than the full term: Last day to drop with a refund  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8% of class meeting times Last date to add  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20% of class meeting times Last date to drop a class without a W (Census Date)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20% of class meeting times  Last date to apply for pass/no pass  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30% of class meeting times Last date to withdraw with a W  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75% of class meeting times  If the class meets for 10 meetings or less the class must be dropped prior to start of class in order to be eligible for a refund.

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note 2 The non-resident tuition and enrollment fees differ from resident fees. The deadline to drop with a refund also differs. Please see the Fees chart on pages 22-23 for information concerning non-resident tuition refund deadlines. note 3 The Application for Summer or Fall 2014 Graduation (Associate in Arts degree, Associate in Science degree, or Certificate of Achievement) is available from and should be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records or may be submitted via the student’s WebAdvisor account. Applications received after the deadline will be processed for the next term.

FInAl eXAMS – FAll 2014 Final exams of two hours each are required in all classes except those of an activity or performance nature and are to be given in accordance with this schedule.

FAll 2014 eXAM SCheDUle – DAy ClASSeS 7:00am-9:00am 9:30am-11:30am 12:00pm-2:00pm 2:30pm-4:30pm 5:00pm-7:00pm Monday,                    8:00 classes                         10:00 classes                          1:00 classes                            3:00 classes                            6:00 classes December 8              meeting MWF                    meeting MWF                        meeting MWF                        meeting MWF                        meeting MWF* Tuesday,                     8:00 classes                         10:00 classes                          1:00 classes                            3:00 classes                            6:00 classes December 9              meeting TTh                       meeting TTh                           meeting TTh                           meeting TTh                           meeting TTh* Wednesday,              Before 8:00                         9:00 classes                            12:00 classes                          2:00 classes                            5:00 classes December 10            meeting MWF                    meeting MWF                        meeting MWF                        meeting MWF                        meeting MWF* Thursday,                   Before 8:00                         9:00 classes                            11:00 classes                          2:00 classes                            4:00 classes December 11            meeting TTh                       meeting TTh                           meeting TTh                           meeting TTh                           meeting TTh Friday,                                                                      11:00 classes                          12:00 classes                          4:00 classes                            5:00 classes December 12                                                          meeting MWF                        meeting TTh                           meeting MWF                        meeting TTh *note: For purposes of scheduling final exams, “day classes” refers to classes that end prior to 7:00pm. Classes ending before 7:00pm follow the Day Finals Schedule; classes ending later than 7:00pm follow the evening Finals Schedule.

For classes with labs, finals will be held in accordance with the lecture schedule. Classes that do not begin on the hour will adhere to the previous hour, i.e., all classes starting between 9:00am and 9:55am will go by the 9:00am exam time. Classes meeting one day or two days on MWF or those meeting four or five days a week schedule finals in accordance with MWF schedule. Classes meeting Tuesday only or Thursday only schedule finals in accordance with TTh classes.  

FAll 2014 FInAl eXAM SCheDUle – eVenInG AnD WeeKenD ClASSeS Finals for evening classes (classes that have at least part of their meeting time after 7:00pm) are held from 7:30pm-9:30pm on the first regularly scheduled meeting of the class from December 8-12, 2014. Finals for Saturday and Sunday classes are held on the day of the last scheduled meeting of the class, December 6-7, 2014. All finals are to be two hours long. Faculty should not deviate from this schedule. 4

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VISION, MISSION, VALUES, AND GOALS 2010 – 2015

VISION STATEMENT Ohlone College will be known throughout California for our inclusiveness, innovation, and superior rates of student success.

MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of Ohlone College is to serve the community by offering instruction for basic skills, career entry, university transfer, economic development, and personal enrichment for all who can benefit from our instruction in an environment where student learning success is highly valued, supported, and continually assessed.

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We provide life long learning opportunities for students, college personnel, and the community.

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We open access to higher education and actively reach out to under-served populations.

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We promote diversity, inclusiveness, and openness to differing viewpoints.

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We maintain high standards in our constant pursuit of excellence.

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We value trust, respect, and integrity.

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We promote teamwork and open communication.

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We practice innovation and actively encourage risk-taking and entrepreneurship.

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We demonstrate stewardship for our human, financial, physical, and environmental resources.

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CORE VALUES

COLLEGE GOALS 1. Through innovative programs and services, improve student learning and achievement. 2. Support the economic vitality of the community through educational programs and services that respond to identified employment needs. 3. Promote continuous, needs-based learning and professional development opportunities for all District personnel. 4. Use human, fiscal, technological, and physical resources responsibly, effectively, and efficiently to maximize student learning and achievement. 5. Lead and educate the community in environmental sustainability. 6. Enhance college-wide interaction with, and acceptance of, diverse peoples, cultures, arts, and perspectives. 7. Increase access to higher education of under-served and under-represented demographic groups in the District and local communities. 8. Engage all members of the college community in active, continual institutional improvement. 

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Ohlone College Frequently Asked Questions 1. How do I apply to Ohlone? All persons 18 years of age or older or anyone under 18 who is a high  school  graduate  is  eligible  for  admission.  Apply  online  at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/  or  use  the  application  in  the center pages of this Class Schedule.

12. How can I get involved in campus life and meet new people? Choose from over thirty clubs and co-curricular opportunities, become a Peer Mentor, or join the Associated Students of Ohlone College  (ASOC).  Get  more  information  by  visiting  the  Campus Activities Office (Building 7, second floor, Fremont campus).

2. How do I sign up for classes? After submitting an application and receiving a student ID number, create a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register for classes online. Detailed WebAdvisor and registration instructions are available on pages 19 and 20.

13. I’m interested in online classes. How do I sign up for them? Register for online classes in the same way as other classes by using WebAdvisor. One week before the class starts, go to the Online Education Web page at http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/ onlineeducation/ and sign in.

3. How do I schedule an appointment with a counselor? Go online to http://www.ohlone.edu/counseling/aboutcounseling/ makeappt.html/ or call (510) 659-6110 (Fremont campus) or (510) 742-2340 (Newark campus) to make a 30 minute appointment.  

14. What do I do if I’m on a waitlist? When a vacancy occurs in a class, the first student on the waitlist will be added into the class and will receive an e-mail confirming the registration. When classes begin, any students remaining on the waitlist should attend the first class session.  More information can be found on page 106.

4. When can I add or drop a class? Add, drop, and other important dates are listed on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and 3. 5. Does Ohlone have an orientation for new students? Yes, orientation is required for new students. For more information please see page 18. 6. How do I find out which books I need for my classes? After registering for classes, visit the Ohlone Bookstore in Building 5 on the Fremont campus or online at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com/ to see which books are required for each class. 7. Where do I go for services? On the Fremont campus Student Services offices are located in the Student Services Center, Building 7. The Cashier’s Office is located in Building 1, second floor on the Fremont campus. The Student Services Center on the Newark campus is in Room NC1312. For a listing of academic departments, refer to the last page of this Class Schedule. 8. How much does my class cost? The  cost  of  each  class  depends  on  the  number  of  units  and whether or not the student enrolling is a resident of California. Currently, the enrollment fee for a California resident is $46 per unit.  For a complete listing of additional fees see the chart on pages 22-23.

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9. When do I pay for my classes? Students  have  five  calendar  days  from  the  date  of  their  most recent registration activity to pay for classes.   10. What do I do if I can’t pay for my classes? Visit the Financial Aid Office (Building 7, second floor, Fremont campus) to find out about grants, loans, and scholarships. Also, see page 111 to learn about the payment options that Ohlone offers. 11. When do I need to apply for financial aid? The priority deadline for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is March 2 for the following academic year.

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15. How will I know if a class I am enrolled in has been canceled? The Division Office will contact you if your class has been canceled. Make  sure  your  contact  information  is  correct  and  current  by logging in to WebAdvisor (https://www.webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) and clicking on “Update My Profile” under the Registration options. 16. Where can I get tutoring? Free tutoring in a wide range of subjects is available in Hyman Hall, Room HH-217 on the Fremont campus. Free tutoring in English and math is also offered in Rooms NC1102 and NC1124 at the Newark campus. 17. I don’t own a computer. Where can I work on my assignments? Computers  are  available  for  registered  students  to  complete coursework in Hyman Hall and the Library on the Fremont campus and in the Learning Resources Center at the Newark campus. All computer users must abide by the computer use policy found online at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/infotech/systemsusepolicy.html/. 18. If I get sick, how much does it cost to use the Student Health Center? A $16 Health Services Fee is charged during Summer Term and a $19  Health  Services  Fee  is  charged  during  Fall  and  Spring Semesters. This fee pays for primary care, first aid, emergency response, and other services. 19. What do I need to do to graduate? Ohlone  College  offers  associate  degrees,  Certificates  of Achievement,  and  Certificates  of  Accomplishment.  Students should check the college catalog and see a counselor to make sure they are meeting the requirements for the degree or certificate that they are pursuing. 20. What do I do after I graduate? Ohlone has services to prepare students for the future whether they are going directly into a career or on to further studies at a baccalaureate institution. Students are encouraged to visit Career Services and the Transfer Center; both are located in Building 7, third floor.

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What’s new at Ohlone! new Portable Classrooms Coming for Fall 2014! It’s an exciting time at Ohlone as preparation is underway for the new Academic Core on the Fremont campus. The Academic Core will be a new core of academic buildings which will house most of the educational offerings on the Fremont campus at Ohlone. As a result of the 2012 District���Facilities Master Plan it was identified that many of the existing buildings needed to be replaced, which will allow the Fremont campus to become more accessible to students as well as meeting current codes and energy efficiencies. Academic programs that will be included in the new Academic Core buildings include Science, Arts, General Education, and Learning Resources (Tutoring, Library, study areas, etc.). The new Academic Core buildings will replace existing Buildings 1, 2, and 8 on the Fremont campus. In preparation for the new Academic Core on the Fremont campus, portable classrooms will be used starting Fall 2014. The portable classrooms will be located in Parking Lots B and C on the Fremont campus and in Parking Lot A on the Newark campus. Portables for general classrooms will be available starting Fall 2014; portables for labs and offices will be available starting Spring 2015.

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All classes in portables on the Fremont campus have FP (for “Fremont Portable”) as part of the room number.  All classes in portables on the Newark campus have nP (for “Newark Portable”) as part of the room number.

See the example below of classes that are located in portables at Fremont and newark. This class will be taught in newark Portable #7.

This class will be taught in Fremont Portable #5.

For more information related to the Measure G Bond please visit www.ohlonebond.org.

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The enrollment Process Follow these steps to complete the Ohlone College enrollment Process online or on paper application.

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•  Apply online at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ or complete an Ohlone College paper application (available in the center of this schedule) and submit the application to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312. The application should be submitted by Monday, April 14 in order to ensure earliest possible registration times. •  Submit any necessary documents (immigration documents and/or residency documents) to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room 1312. •  Receive a student ID number via e-mail after submission of all application materials or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 if an e-mail address is not available. •  Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor. •  Go to http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/ for information regarding placement tests and dates and times the Placement Testing Center is open. Placement testing information is also available on pages 15-17 of this schedule. •  Take the required placement tests or clear all prerequisites for English and math with transcripts from previously attended institutions; see a counselor for assistance with clearing prerequisites. •  Review Test Summary on WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ after completing required placement tests. •  See the Placement Testing Center Web site at www.ohlone.edu/placement/ for an explanation of placement test results. Orientation is mandatory for all new students except those who meet an Orientation exemption as listed on page 18. Students must attend an orientation before they are able to register for classes.   •  Please visit the Orientation program at http://www.ohlone.edu/orientation/ to view a complete schedule of orientation dates. During the orientation students will meet with a counselor, develop an initial student education plan, and register for classes.

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•  Make sure all holds are cleared and any outstanding balances paid before registering. •  Register for classes online via WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/).  Registration instructions are available on page 20 and online at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/howtoregister.html/ OR, if a class is filled •  Add to the waitlist and attend the first class session. •  Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ for information and instructions for online classes. Students may contact Online Education at onlineeducation@ohlone.edu for assistance with online classes or Blackboard. •  Payment must be received within five days of registration or students may be dropped from classes due to non-payment. For further information please see page 111. •  Pay online by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. •  Pay by check by using the Drop Box in the Lobby of Building 1 on the Fremont campus or the drop box located outside the Cashier’s Office (Building 1, second floor, Fremont campus). •  Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier’s Office in Building 1, second floor on the Fremont campus.  •  Print a copy of the class schedule from WebAdvisor to confirm registration and check for errors. THEN •  Purchase books by going online to www.ohlone.bkstr.com or visiting the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus.

The enROllMenT PROCeSS hAS nOW Been SUCCeSSFUlly COMPleTeD! THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING OHLONE COLLEGE! (See page 14 for the 10th-12th Grade Enrollment Process.)

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STePS FOR enROllMenT All persons 18 years of age or older are eligible for admission to Ohlone College as a California resident or non-resident. Anyone under 18 years of age who is a high school graduate or has been awarded a GED or California High School Proficiency Certificate may also enroll.

Students Under 18 years of Age Students under 18 years of age are expected to provide the information pertaining to parents on the back of the Application for  Admission.  They  must  also  submit  proof  of  high  school graduation or equivalent (Certificate of Proficiency or GED).

STUDenT SUCCeSS AnD SUPPORT PROGRAM

(formerly known as Matriculation)

The intent of the Student Success and Support Program is to increase student access and success through the provision of core matriculation services. These services include orientation; assessment  and  placement;  counseling;  advising;  and  other education planning services, with the goal of providing students with the support services necessary to assist them in achieving their educational goal and declared course of study. All  new  students  are  expected  to  participate  in  each  of  the components unless they: 1.   have earned a college degree (associate degree or higher) 2.   are  enrolled  in  high  school  while  taking  Ohlone  College courses.

Online Application

For information about exemptions from Orientation, please go to www.ohlone.edu/orientation/overview.html/.

Stay out of line! Apply online! Go to https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu to apply online.

Ohlone College agrees to assessment, placement, orientation, counseling,  advising,  and  other  student  education  planning services.

The Ohlone Community College District has made every reasonable effort to determine that everything stated in this schedule is accurate. Classes and programs offered, together with other matters combined herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of the Ohlone Community College District for reasons related to student enrollment, level of financial support, or for any reasons at the discretion of the District and the College. At the time of publication the fees described in the schedule are accurate. However, local or state mandated fees may be imposed or increased at any time.

New Programs Available for 2014! Get a certificate or associate degree in one of these new programs at Ohlone, and make your resume and Ohlone transcript look even better! These programs are available starting Fall 2014: Molecular Biology Research Techniques Certificate of Accomplishment Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer Associate in Arts in English for Transfer Associate in Arts in Geography for Transfer Associate in Science in Geology for Transfer Associate in Arts in History for Transfer Associate in Science in Physics for Transfer Associate in Arts in Spanish for Transfer Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer Associate in Arts in Theatre Arts for Transfer

See an Ohlone counselor for more information about any of these programs.

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STePS FOR enROllMenT (continued) neW AnD FORMeR STUDenTS All new students are expected to participate in each of the following matriculation components, unless they meet an exception listed on page 18.

STeP 1

Apply for Admission – Apply online via WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu

STePS FOR enROllMenT

                 • Submitting  an  online  application  is  the  fastest  way  to  become  an  Ohlone  College  student  and  has  the  added advantage of providing e-mail confirmation that the application has been received and the admission process is completed. A student ID number will be e-mailed to the student once the application is completed. The application should be submitted as early as possible in order to ensure the earliest possible registration times.                  • Students may sign up for a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ once the student ID number is received. A WebAdvisor account is necessary to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online.                   • Paper applications are also available in this Class Schedule and should be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312.                  • Residency and visa information for students who are not U.S. citizens must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus.                  • Students should submit official transcripts from all prior institutions and high schools (if graduated from high school within the last five years) to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus.                  • Additional  admission  requirements  exist  for  Kindergarten-12th  grade  students  and  Health  Sciences  Programs (Registered Nursing [RN], Physical Therapist Assistant [PTA], Respiratory Therapy [RT]).                   • Application packets for the Registered Nursing Program are only available by attending a pre-nursing orientation. The Respiratory Therapy and Physical Therapist Assistant application packets are available on the respective program’s Web site. Please contact the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Division Office at (510) 742-3100 for program information.                  • Application packets for Kindergarten-12th grade students are available online or from the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. Please refer to page 13 for Kindergarten-12th grade information.                   • International students who have or wish to obtain an F-1 Student Visa must submit a completed International Student Application to the Ohlone College International Programs and Services Office. International Student Application forms, including detailed instructions about how to apply, are available at the International Programs and Services Office  (Building  7,  third  floor  on  the  Fremont  campus)  and  online  at  http://www.ohlone.edu/international/ docs/internationalapplicationpacket.pdf/.

Don’t leave Ohlone without something tangible to show for your hard work! See a counselor about earning an associate degree, Certificate of Achievement, or Certificate of Accomplishment.

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STePS FOR enROllMenT (continued) STeP 2

Take Placement Tests

                 • Placement Tests are required for all students enrolling in English or math classes or in classes with English or math prerequisites. See pages 15-17 for more information.

Attend Orientation/Counseling and Advising Session

                 •  Orientation is a vital step in each student’s successful partnership with Ohlone College. Completion of the orientation requirement is mandatory for all new students, except for those who meet an orientation exemption listed on page 18.                  •  Go to  http://www.ohlone.edu/orientation/ for information on the New Student Orientation requirement.                  •  Orientation is designed to assist students in developing and realizing their educational goals, and includes the following information: Ohlone resources and services; study skills and other strategies for college success; Math and English placement results; one-on-one advising with an Ohlone College counselor; creation of an initial student education plan; registration for classes; students’ rights and responsibilities; and requirements for associate degrees and/or transfer.

STeP 4

Register and pay for classes

                 • Go to https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to sign up for WebAdvisor services. WebAdvisor allows students to register, waitlist, add, drop, or pay for classes, as well as access a variety of other services.                  • WebAdvisor information can be found on page 19. Registration dates for new and former students can be found on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and 3.                  • Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 111.

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Attend Classes

COnTInUInG STUDenTS (Students who attended Ohlone College as registered students in Spring Semester 2014) STeP 1

Plan individual class schedule and educational program

                 • Meet with a counselor to decide which classes to take.                   • Follow-up with a counselor to decide on an academic program, develop a Student Education Plan (SEP), declare a major, develop transfer and career goals, or take other steps toward meeting personal educational objectives.

STeP 2

Determine prerequisite eligibility

                 • Check with a counselor to determine whether prerequisites for English and/or math courses have been met.                   • Make an appointment with the appropriate Division Dean for questions about prerequisites in subjects other than English or math. To make an appointment with the Division Dean see the list on the last page of this schedule for office locations and telephone numbers.

STeP 3

Register and pay for classes

                 •  WebAdvisor information can be found on page 19. Registration dates for continuing students can be found on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and 3.                  •  Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 111. Students who have declared an academic major will be given an earlier registration appointment for the next term. Students who have not yet declared a major should see a counselor. 

STeP 4

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The 10th-12th Grade enrollment Process This chart shows the enrollment process for 10th-12th grade students. The Kindergarten-9th grade enrollment process is outlined in the application packet (found online at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/ or at the Fremont and newark campuses) and includes additional course restrictions, application deadlines, and last priority for registration.

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•  Complete an online Ohlone College application at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/.   •  Obtain a 10th-12th grade permission packet online at www.ohlone.edu/admissions/ k12admission.html/.   •  Obtain the necessary signatures on the Student Permission Form. •  Submit the Student Permission Form and Health Waiver to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or to the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. All materials should be submitted by Monday, May 5 for the Summer Term and by Monday, July 21 for Fall Semester in order to ensure the earliest possible registration.    •  Receive a student ID number 2-3 business days after submission of all application materials via  e-mail or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 if an e-mail address is not available. •  Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor.                 •  Complete an Ohlone College paper application (available in the center of this schedule).   •  Obtain a 10th-12th grade permission packet at the Fremont or Newark campus or from any district high school.   •  Submit the Student Permission Form and the Health Waiver together as one packet to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. All materials should be submitted by Monday, May 5 for the Summer Term and by Monday, July 21 for Fall Semester in order to ensure the earliest possible registration.  •  Receive a student ID number 2-3 business days after submitting all application materials via  e-mail or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 if an e-mail address is not available. •  Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor.                 •  Take the required placement tests. Refer to pages 15-17 for information about placement tests. Placement testing is required for all students enrolling in English or math classes or classes with an English or math prerequisite. Per Title 5 of the California Education Code, K-12 classes cannot be used to meet college prerequisites. •  Register for Summer classes online via WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) starting Monday, June 2. Register for Fall classes online via WebAdvisor starting Monday, August 11. Registration instructions are available on page 20 and online at http://www.ohlone.edu/ admissions/howtoregister.html/. Students in grades 10-12 may not enroll in any PE, ATHL, or  non-CSU/UC transferable courses. CSU/UC transferable courses are identified in this Class Schedule and WebAdvisor. OR, if a class is filled •  Add to the waitlist and attend the first class session.     PleASe nOTe: Submitting the Ohlone College application and permission packet does not register students for classes. Students register for classes online via WebAdvisor. Instructions for WebAdvisor are found on page 19. Payment must be received within five days of registration or students may be dropped from classes due to non-payment. For further information please see page 111. •  Pay online by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. •  Pay by check by using the Drop Box in the Lobby of Building 1 on the Fremont campus or the drop box located outside the Cashier’s Office (Building 1, second floor, Fremont campus). •  Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier’s Office in Building 1, second floor on the Fremont campus.   •  Print a copy of the class schedule from WebAdvisor to confirm registration and check for errors. THEN •  Purchase books by going online to www.ohlone.bkstr.com or visiting the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus.     PleASe nOTe: Grades received at Ohlone College become part of a permanent college record and college transcript. 10th-12th grade students will be expected to participate at a college level. 

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Kindergarten-12th Grade Students The  term  “special  admission”  applies  to  students  who  are currently enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade. These students may  enroll  in  Ohlone  College  courses  that  are  UC/CSU transferable on a space-available basis. These students must also meet  any  and  all  course  prerequisites  to  be  eligible  for enrollment. For courses in English and Math this usually requires that the student take an Ohlone placement test. Kindergarten12th  grade  coursework  may  not  be  used  to  waive  college prerequisites. Parental and principal or school official approval is also required. PE and ATHL classes are not available for any Kindergarten-12th grade student enrollment. Kindergarten-12th grade students are exempt from paying the California Community College Enrollment Fee ($46 per unit) but are subject to the $5 Electronic Access Fee, $19 Health Services Fee, and the optional $5 Student Activities Fee, unless all classes are off campus. All Kindergarten-12th grade students are required to submit a new  application  packet  every  term.  Forms,  directions,  and timelines  are  available  on  the  Ohlone  Web  site  at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/.

“The  Family  Educational  Rights  and  Privacy  Act  (FERPA)  is  a federal law that affords parents the right to have access to their children’s  education  records,  the  right  to  seek  to  have  the records amended, and the right to have some control over the disclosure  of  personally  identifiable  information  from  the education records. When a student turns 18 years old or enters a postsecondary institution at any age, the rights under FeRPA transfer from the parents to the student.” Students who are enrolled  at  Ohlone  College  are  covered  by  the  Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). According to this legislation, college personnel cannot release a student’s records  or  speak  with  parents  and/or  guardians  about  any student’s academic records without the student completing the “Release of Information” form. The exception to this regulation is if the student is claimed as a dependent by either parent for tax  purposes.  Ohlone  College  reserves  the  right  to  require documents verifying student’s status as a dependent. 

heAlTh SCIenCeS PROGRAMS Registered nursing Program Physical Therapist Assistant Program Respiratory Therapist Program

Kindergarten-9th Grade Students Kindergarten-9th grade students may register only in a limited number of course offerings. The list of approved courses is available at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/ and in the Kindergarten-9th grade application packet. Students need to submit their completed application packet by the due date. This date is available on pages 2 and 3 of this Class Schedule and online at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/. Early application is encouraged. The first day that admitted Kindergarten9th grade students will be able to register is the first day of the term.

10th-12th Grade Students Students in grades 10-12 are only allowed to take CSU and UC transferable classes. These courses are identified in this Class Schedule and WebAdvisor. 10th-12th grade students will be able to register for classes approximately two weeks before the start of the term.

In addition to the basic requirements for admission to Ohlone College, there are specific requirements for admission to the Registered Nursing (R.N.), Physical Therapist Assistant (P.T.A.), and Respiratory Therapist (R.T.) Programs. Admission criteria may change periodically and placement is limited by space. See the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Web page at http://www.ohlone.edu/instr/healthsciences/  for  admission criteria,  application  deadlines,  advanced  placement  and challenge procedures, and Registered Nursing and Respiratory Therapist information meetings. 

InTeRnATIOnAl STUDenTS “International student” is defined here as a student who has or wishes to obtain the F-1 Student Visa to study in the United States.  International  applicants  must  submit  a  completed International Student Application form to the Ohlone College International  Programs  and  Services  Office  on  the  Fremont campus. The International Student Application deadline for Fall Semester 2014 is June 30, 2014.  (Continued on next page.)

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STePS FOR enROllMenT (continued) The  International  Programs  and  Services  Office  issues  the Immigration Form I-20 to international students who are admitted to Ohlone College. Students then use the Form I-20 to apply for an F-1 Student Visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate in their home country. Students currently studying on an F-1 Visa at another school in the U.S. may apply to transfer to Ohlone College.

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For more information please visit the International Programs and Services Web page at http://www.ohlone.edu/international/ or call (510) 659-6439.

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ReSIDenCy ReQUIReMenTS California Residency and Citizenship Requirements By state law Ohlone College is required to obtain evidence from students of physical presence in California and of their intent to make California their home state for other than a temporary period.  For  this  reason,  all  information  requested  on  the application must be furnished. Incomplete applications will be rejected. Students who have lived in California for less than two years will be required to present documentation of both their physical presence in California for one year and a day prior to the first day of the term and of their intent to make California their home. Non-residents of California will be required to pay the  non-resident  tuition  fee.  For  more  information  about California residency requirements, call the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100, check the Ohlone Web site at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/fees.html#residency/, or  e-mail  the  Office  of  Admissions  and  Records  at admissions@ohlone.edu.

Requirements for non-citizens of the United States Students  who  are  not  United  States  citizens  must  verify  their immigration status for the period from at least June 15, 2013 to the present for Summer Term and from at least August 24, 2013 for Fall Semester. For this reason, non-citizens are asked to submit their application in person at the Office of Admissions and Records. Students should be prepared to present a passport, permanent resident card, or other documentation (for example, notice of action or receipt thereof) that will demonstrate their immigration status for the aforementioned period. This  documentation  is required every semester. For assistance regarding citizenship and immigration status, please call the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100; check the Admissions and Records Web site at http://www.ohlone.edu/admissions/residency.html/; or e-mail the Office of Admissions and Records at admissions@ohlone.edu. Students who are not United States citizens may be considered a California resident for tuition purposes. To qualify, a person must be in a status eligible for residency and must have resided 14

continuously in California for at least one year and one day prior to  the  first  date  of  the  term.  Evidence  must  be  provided  to indicate  that  the  person  intends  to  make  California  his/her permanent home. The residence of an unmarried minor is that of the parents or legal guardian. The residence determination date is the day before a term begins for which the person is applying for admission. It is the student’s responsibility to clearly demonstrate both physical presence in California and intent to establish California residency.

Non-resident U.S. military personnel on active duty in California (except  those  assigned  for  educational  purposes  to  State supported institutions of higher education) are granted a waiver of non-resident tuition until they are discharged from their military service. Their dependents are granted a waiver for a period of one year  and  one  day  from  the  date  they  enter  California.  Upon expiration of the waiver, evidence must be provided as to the date the student surrendered his/her out-of-state residence to become a resident of California. The student will be classified as a nonresident  and  charged  non-resident  tuition  until  one  year  has elapsed since the out-of-state residence was surrendered.

PROGRAMS OFFeRInG SPeCIAl ReGISTRATIOn Special registration is available for students who qualify for Deaf Studies,  Disabled  Students  Programs  and  Services  (DSPS), Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), current or former foster youth, and Veterans. Early registration is important so that students can get the services they need to succeed.  DeAF AnD hARD OF heARInG STUDenTS: Contact the Deaf Studies Division Counseling Services in Building 6, Room 6106 on the Fremont campus for application, registration, orientation, placement tests, and support services. Contact a counselor at (510) 344-5700 (VP) or deafstudies@ohlone.edu. DISABleD STUDenTS: Contact DSPS in Building 7, Room 7217 on  the  Fremont  campus  or  (510)  659-6079  to  arrange  for registration,  in-take  appointments,  support  services,  and placement testing. eOPS STUDenTS: Contact EOPS in Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or at (510) 659-6152. FOSTeR yOUTh (Current or Former): Contact the Foster Youth Success  Initiation  Liaison  in  Building  7,  second  floor  in  the Financial Aid Office on the Fremont campus or at (510) 659-6151. VeTeRAnS: Contact Veteran Affairs, Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or at (510) 659-6199.

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•  A  current,  valid  photo  ID  (driver’s  license,  school  ID,  or passport) is required for placement testing.

The Ohlone College placement tests measure language, reading, and math skills. All tests are computerized and not timed. Test results help students and counselors determine which courses best meet each student’s academic goals. The placement tests are  not  pass/fail  tests  and  do  not  exclude  students  from admission  to  Ohlone  College.  Course  placement recommendations  are  based  on  multiple  criteria  including placement test scores, previous courses, high school grades, and other applicable information. Students who believe that their course placement recommendations do not accurately reflect their abilities and skills should see a counselor.

STePS FOR TAKInG PlACeMenT TeSTS Submit an application to Ohlone College and obtain an Ohlone College student ID number.

Students must submit an application and have received a student ID  number  before  taking  placement  tests.  The  application  is available online at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. STeP 2:

Decide if it is necessary to take placement tests.

Students need to take placement tests if they plan to do any of the following at Ohlone College: •  Obtain a certificate or an associate degree. •  Take an English or math course, except for English 172-176. •  Take courses which have English or math prerequisites. •  Apply to the Registered Nursing, Physical Therapy Assistant, and  Respiratory  Therapy  programs.  These  programs  have specific  testing  requirements.  Please  refer  to  the  Health Sciences  and  Environmental  Studies  Division  Web  page  at http://www.ohlone.edu/instr/healthsciences/  for  more information.  Students do not need to take placement tests if they meet any of the following conditions: •  Have earned an associate degree or higher degree from an accredited U.S. institution.

•  An  Ohlone  College  student  ID  number  is  required  for placement testing. •  Testing is offered free of charge. •  The placement process will take approximately two hours to complete both English and math. Students taking only one test (English or math) will finish earlier. See additional notes on page 17 regarding the English as a Second Language (ESL) Placement Test. •  No word translators, calculators, dictionaries, or other study aids are allowed during the test. •  The Placement Testing Center (Room 7205 on the Fremont campus) can accommodate 30 students at one time. •  Space is limited; therefore, students are required to make reservations  for  all  placement  tests  by  using  the  online reservation  system  at  http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/ reservation.html/.  Reservations  can  also  be  changed  and canceled online. Students must know their Ohlone College student ID number and have a valid e-mail address to make a reservation. STeP 4:

Determine when the tests can be taken.

Students should plan to take the placement test at the earliest possible date. Test sessions closer to the beginning of each term are usually more crowded. Please go to the Placement Testing Center  Web  site  at  http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/  for testing  dates.  Any  changes  and  additions  to  the  Placement Testing Center’s hours will be posted online. STeP 5:

Review sample questions.

Study  guides  for  the  English,  math,  chemistry,  and  ESL placement tests are available online at http://www.ohlone.edu/ placement/studyguides.html/. Special assistance is available to students who have a disability or require special accommodations. For more information please contact the Placement Testing Center at (510) 659-6126 or visit the Placement Testing Center in Building 7, second floor, Room 7205, Fremont campus.

•  Will enroll in courses for which there are no English or math prerequisites. •  Have  satisfactorily  completed  appropriate  courses  from another accredited U.S. college or university. Students need to present official transcripts to the Counseling Department to demonstrate course completion. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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Review important information.


PlACeMenT TeSTInG – SUMMeR/FAll 2014 (continued) Retest Policy

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Students may retake the English and/or Math Placement Tests one  time  within  a  one-year  period.  Students  must  wait  a minimum of 21 days from their initial test date and then they may attend any regularly scheduled test session. For example, a student  takes  the  math  placement  test  on  May  2  but  is  not satisfied with the math results. The student may take the math test  again  on  or  after  May  23.  The  student  would  then  be ineligible to take the math test any more times until May 23 of the following year. Students may take the English as a Second Language  (ESL)  and  Chemistry  tests  once  per  Fall  or  Spring Semester. Students with special circumstances may submit a petition to the Dean of Counseling to request a retest earlier than the above guidelines.

Students for whom English is a second language should refer to page 17 for instructions on ESL placement testing.

Chemistry Placement Test The prerequisite for CHEM-101A is MATH-152 and CHEM-102 or a passing score on the Chemistry Placement Test. Chemistry testing dates for CHEM-102 will be determined. Please refer to http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/schedules-chemistry.html/ for updates.

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Deaf Student Testing

Pre-Rn, PTA, and RT Applicants Applicants to the Registered Nursing, Physical Therapy Assistant, and  Respiratory  Therapist  programs  have  specific  testing requirements.  Please  refer  to  the  Health  Sciences  and Environmental  Studies  Division  Web  page  at http://www.ohlone.edu/healthsciences/ for more information.

PlACeMenT TeSTInG CenTeR hOURS FOR enGlISh AnD MATh PlACeMenT TeSTS Students must arrive at the Placement Testing Center to start the  test(s).  The  Placement  Testing  Center  is  located  on  the Fremont campus in Building 7, second floor, Room 7205. Please  refer  to  the  Placement  Testing  Center  at http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/      for  placement  testing dates for Summer or Fall 2014. The Placement Testing Center is closed on Ohlone College holidays. 

Deaf  students:  Please  contact  the  Deaf  Studies  Division Counseling Services Office at (510) 344-5700 (VP) or (510) 6596269 (voice) for test dates and times. The Deaf Studies Counseling Office is located in Building 6, Room 6106 on the Fremont campus.

When does my Summer class start? All 6-week Summer classes have a start date of June 16, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, PSY-101-02 has dates of 6/16/147/24/14, although the class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, June 17 not Monday, June 16, because this class does not meet on Mondays.

When does my Fall class start? All full-term (16-week) Fall classes have a start date of August 25, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, ENGL-101A-01 has dates of 8/25/14-12/12/14, although the class meets only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, August 26 not Monday, August 25, because this class does not meet on Mondays.

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enGlISh AS A SeCOnD lAnGUAGe (eSl) PlACeMenT TeSTInG – SUMMeR/FAll 2014 Before taking any placement tests, students need to submit an application to Ohlone College and obtain an Ohlone College student  ID  number.  The  application  can  be  found  online  at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ or in the center of this Class Schedule. 

•  Re-testing is generally allowed one semester after the initial testing.

Students who have determined that they need to take the ESL Placement test should read and follow the directions below. •  Students must bring an Ohlone College student ID number.

•  The  ESL  placement  test  includes  writing  an  essay  on  an assigned topic, a listening comprehension test, and a reading and grammar test.

•  Students must bring a current, valid photo ID (driver’s license, school ID, or passport).

•  Students are encouraged to bring snacks to eat during the break.

•  Students should plan to take the tests as early as possible because seating is limited. •  ESL placement testing includes an orientation. Students are expected to complete the entire placement process in one placement session. •  The entire testing process will take approximately 4½ hours to  complete.  Students  are  expected  to  stay  for  the  entire process. •  No  word  translators,  dictionaries,  or  other  study  aids  are allowed during the test. •  Students should meet outside the specified room at least 15 minutes before the test.

Summer/Fall 2014 eSl Placement Testing Dates ESL placement testing dates will be determined later. Please refer  to  the  Placement  Testing  Center  Web  site  at http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/schedules-esl.html/  for updates. Space is limited; therefore, students must make reservations for the ESL placement test using the online reservation system at http://www.ohlone.edu/placement/schedules-esl.html/. Reservations  are  made  on  a  first-come,  first-served  basis. Reservations can also be changed or cancelled online. Students can only reserve one ESL placement test per semester. Students must know their Ohlone College student ID number and have a valid e-mail address to make a reservation. 

•  Late students are not admitted.

For students whose first language is not English, Ohlone College offers the English as a Second Language (ESL) Placement Test. This test may be a more appropriate measure of non-English speakers’ English writing skills. Atencion estudiantes que piensen tomar clases aqui en Ohlone. Si el Inglés no es su primer idioma, se les recomienda que tomen el examen Inglés Como Segundo Idioma (ESL).

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•  Testing is offered free of charge.

•  Math tests are not offered during ESL testing. Students who need to take a math test should refer to the Placement Testing Center Web site at www.ohlone.edu/placement/. 


neW STUDenT ORIenTATIOn Orientation is an important first step in each student’s successful partnership with Ohlone College to develop and realize educational goals. Orientation is designed to familiarize new students with the programs, services, and academic opportunities available to them. 

Who Is Required to Complete Orientation?

Contact Information

All  new  students  are  required  to  satisfy  the  orientation requirement prior to registering for Fall or Spring Semesters, except  those  who  meet  one  of  the  following  orientation exemptions:

orientation@ohlone.edu or (510) 659-6110 http://www.ohlone.edu/orientation

•  have earned a college degree (associate degree or higher). •  are  enrolled  in  high  school  while  taking  Ohlone  College courses. Students who meet one of these exemptions need to send an e-mail to orientation@ohlone.edu stating how they meet the exemption and include the documentation. Students will then be cleared from the New Student Orientation requirement.

new Student Orientation Schedule Students are required to arrive on time for orientation and plan to attend the entire three hour session, during which students will meet with a counselor and register for classes.  Please check the Orientation Web site at http://www.ohlone.edu/ orientation/ to see a schedule of upcoming orientations and to reserve a seat. Students can reserve a seat up to 30 days prior to  an  orientation,  however,  due  to  limited  class  availability students should attend the soonest orientation possible. 

It is highly recommended that former and orientation-exempt students meet with a drop-in counselor. For more information regarding  drop-in  counseling  visit  www.ohlone.edu/go/ counselingdropin/.

ESL students: English as a Second Language orientations are included with ESL placement testing. Please see the information on page 17.

What Information is Provided at Orientation?

WelCOMe DAy

•  Ohlone resources and services •  Study skills and other strategies for college success •  Math and English placement test results •  One-on-one advising with an Ohlone College counselor •  Creation of an individual class schedule and registration for classes

All new students are invited to participate in this exciting and informative experience. Throughout Welcome Day students will attend interactive workshops and activities to help them make a smooth transition to college. Attending Welcome Day is a great way for students to learn about Ohlone, meet other students, and gain valuable skills.  Welcome Day 2014 Wednesday, August 20, 2014 8:30am-5:30pm

•  Students’ rights and responsibilities •  Associate degree and transfer requirements

Are you finishing your associate degree or certificate this semester?

Then don’t forget to apply to graduate! ORIenTATIOn

Thursday, June 19 is the last day to apply for Summer 2014 graduation. Friday, October 3 is the last day to apply for Fall 2014 graduation. Apply for graduation online via WebAdvisor! The graduation application is also available online at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/docs/applicationfordegreecertificate.pdf

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To get an Ohlone College Web services account, students must meet at least one of the following criteria: •  Have submitted a current application to Ohlone College •  Be a registered Ohlone College student WebAdvisor allows Ohlone students to •  Pre-select preferred classes before registration begins •  Register for classes (add and drop) •  Place themselves on a waitlist if a class is filled •  View their class schedule •  View their placement test scores •  View their grades and GPA •  Print an unofficial transcript •  Pay for classes

WeBADVISOR

Getting a WebAdvisor Account STeP 1:    Go to the Ohlone College Web site at www.ohlone.edu/ STeP 2:    Click on the WebAdvisor link located at the top right hand corner. STeP 3:    Click on “Sign up for WebAdvisor access. It’s FREE!” STeP 4:    Click on “I need an Ohlone College Web Services Account” under Step 2. STeP 5:    Enter your student ID number in the Colleague ID Number box, your first name, last name, birth date (in the requested format), and your zip code. See the example below. Then click “Submit.” STeP 6:    Create  a  unique  security  question  and  answer  and password. Please choose a security question and answer and a password that you can easily remember. Click Submit and your user name will be e-mailed to the e-mail address on your student record.

Web Services Account Setup Get your user name and password for access to Ohlone services by completing the form online. Colleague ID                                         This is the seven digit number that can be found on the e-mail you were sent when 0000002 number                                                 your application was completed or on your student ID card. Please input leading zeros                                                                 (for example, 0000002). John First name                                             Enter the first name you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone.  Doe last name                                             Enter the last name you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone. 19960102 Birth date                                              Enter your date of birth beginning with the year, followed by the month and day. Be (yyyyMMDD)                                       sure to include all four digits of the year, two digits for the month, and two digits for                                                                the day (for example, enter 19960102 if your birth date is January 2, 1996).

Zip Code                                                Enter the five digit zip code you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone 94538                                                                 (for example, 94538). After you have entered all of the information above, click on the Submit button to complete the sign up process. The information you enter to create your WebAdvisor account must be identical to the information that is on your student record. If you receive an error message about invalid data it is because the information you entered doesn’t match your student record.   If you receive an error message about invalid data please contact Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 or by e-mail at admissions@ohlone.edu. Please provide your student ID number, first and last name, birth date, and zip code so Admissions and Records staff can compare the information you provide with your student record.

To Access WebAdvisor Go to https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ and click on Students and then Log In. Then enter the user name you were e-mailed and the password you created.

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need help Finding and Registering for Classes? Where to Find Classes Look in this printed schedule (pages 29-105) - OR Go to WebAdvisor: https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ 1. Click on Search for Sections. 2. Enter Term and at least one other field. 3. Click on Submit to find the class for you!

how to Register for Classes

Need help choosing which classes to take? You can meet with an Ohlone College counselor to get help choosing your classes. You may make an appointment with a counselor by going to http://www.ohlone.edu/counseling/ aboutcounseling/makeappt.html/, calling (510) 659-6110, or by  visiting  the  Counseling  Window  on  the  third  floor  of Building 7 on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center in Room 1312 on the Newark campus.

hOW TO ReGISTeR

1.   Go to WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ after creating a WebAdvisor account (see previous page of this Class Schedule for instructions on how to create a WebAdvisor account). 2.   Click on Students. 3.   Click on Log In. 4.   Enter your User ID and Password. 5.   Go to the Registration section on the left side. 6.   Click on Register for Sections. 7.   Click on Express Registration if you already know the exact classes you want to take,  OR see above if you need to search for classes before registering.  8.   Enter the synonym in the first column on the left and the term in the last column on the right. Then click “Submit”. Example: To register for ENGL-101A-01  (01)  060123 Mitchell R     TTh      8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00am-8:35am      FP-7 •  Enter the Synonym (the six-digit number), 060123 in this example, in the first column on the left. •  Then enter the desired term, 2014 Fall Semester, in the last column on the right. •  Click “Submit” and remember to complete step 9 below. 9.   Choose Register from the Action drop-down box in the first column on the left (other possible actions are Remove from List or Waitlist). Then click “Submit”.  10. Choose Waitlist from the Action drop-down box if the class is full and you want to add yourself to the waitlist, which is a way to “electronically stand in line” for a full class. Then click “Submit”. This completes your registration! Please note: Students cannot register before their scheduled registration time. If there is an error preventing registration such as needing to submit a new application, unmet prerequisites, time conflicts, unit overload issues, or an outstanding balance, an error message will appear at the top of the WebAdvisor screen, above where it says UNSUCCESSFUL REGISTRATION. Students may call Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 or e-mail admissions@ohlone.edu for help understanding an error message.

Forgot your Password or User name? Students who have forgotten their WebAdvisor Password should first go to WebAdvisor and click on  “I Forgot My WebAdvisor Password.” If you’ve forgotten the answer to your security question you’ll need to contact the Help Desk at helpdesk@ohlone.edu and ask them to reset your WebAdvisor account.  Students who have forgotten their WebAdvisor User Name may retrieve it by going to WebAdvisor and clicking on “What is My WebAdvisor User Name.”

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FeeS AnD ReFUnDS Payment is due at the time of registration. Students have five calendar days from the time of their most recent registration activity to complete their tuition and fee payment arrangements. Students must either pay at the time of registration or select a payment option from the list below within this five day period. Students who do not take one of these actions may be dropped from their classes for non-payment. For a listing of student programs that will not be dropped due to non-payment or to see the Frequently Asked Questions please visit the Cashier’s Office Web site at http://www.ohlone.edu/studentrec/. Students need to make sure when they choose a payment option that they have dropped any classes they do not plan on attending. Students who do not drop classes will be held financially responsible for those classes.

Payment Options

Financial Aid

1.   Pay with a credit card. 

Students  should  apply  for  financial  aid  as  soon  as  possible. Students can apply online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to determine eligibility for grants, work-study, and loans. It is also used to determine  whether  students  are  eligible  for  a  Board  of Governors Fee Waiver, which waives enrollment fees. The Board of Governors Fee Waiver application can be obtained from the Financial  Aid  Office,  or  the  Financial  Aid  Web  site  at http://www.ohlone.edu/finaid/bogw.html/. 

2.   Pay in full with a checking or savings account.       Students may pay in full with a checking or savings account through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) on e-Cashier.  e-Cashier  is  a  third  party  vendor.  There  is  no charge for paying in full using e-Cashier and an e-check. 3.   Sign up for a payment plan.       Students  may  sign  up  for  a  payment  plan  through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) on e-Cashier with a credit card, checking account, or savings account.  e-Cashier is a third party vendor that allows students to sign up  for  a  monthly  payment  plan.  There  is  a  $20  nonrefundable fee for this payment plan option. 4.   Pay at the Cashier’s Office.       Students have five days from the time of their most recent registration  activity  to  pay  through  the  Cashier’s  Office (Fremont campus, Building 1, second floor) or to place check payments in the Drop Box in the Building 1 Lobby on the Fremont  campus  or  in  the  Drop  Box  located  outside  the Cashier’s Office in Building 1, second floor on the Fremont campus. Students may pay in person with cash, check, or credit card. Mailed checks must be received in the Cashier’s Office within five days of registration. Checks may be mailed to  Ohlone  College  Cashier,  43600  Mission  Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94539.

Refunds The Cashier’s Office does not accept refund requests for any term until after the last day eligible for a full refund for that term. Refunds will be processed after the last day to add a full term class. Refunds requested for the current term should be completed within four weeks following the last day to add a full term class.  Refunds for all previous terms will be processed within  two  to  three  weeks  after  the  student’s  request  is submitted to the Cashier. See the Cashier’s Office section on page 111 for additional information.  Non-semester length classes will be eligible for a 100% refund if dropped before the first 8% of class time. If any class meets for 10 or fewer meetings, students must drop the class before the first meeting to be eligible to request a refund for that class.

Returned Checks A $25 fee will be assessed on all returned checks. The check will be sent directly to collections. The student’s Ohlone account will be  put  on  hold  and  the  check  writer  will  be  reported  to  a nationwide bad check list.

Students who feel they have extenuating financial circumstances and cannot meet any of the above payment options within the five days of their registration need to contact the Counseling Department at (510) 659-6110 or the Electronic Counselor at http://www.ohlone.edu/counseling/electcounsel.html/  to discuss their situation.

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      Students may pay with a credit card via their WebAdvisor account (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) or at the Cashier’s Office (Fremont campus, Building 1, second floor). Students may use a debit card for this option if the debit card has a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo.


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enrollment Fee

$46 per unit

All students except K-12 students and students who qualify for a fee waiver.

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

electronic Access Fee

$5 per term

All students who use WebAdvisor for online registration, payments, and academic records review.

Non-refundable except for students who do not access WebAdvisor and submit a refund request to the Cashier’s Office on the Fremont campus. 

All students who park on the Fremont or Newark campus. Session Permits can be purchased online at www.ohlone.edu/go/semesterpermit .

Non-refundable

FeeS AnD ReFUnDS

Parking Permits $20 per vehicle, $10 per motorcycle, or $2 daily rate non-resident Tuition

$213 per unit in addition to the All out-of-state students. Enrollment Fee (includes $10 per unit Capital Outlay Fee)

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

non-resident/ non-citizen Tuition

$213 per unit in addition to the All non-resident, non-citizen students including those Enrollment Fee (includes $10 who hold C, D, F, H-2, H-3, J, M, P, Q, TD, and TN visas. per unit Capital Outlay Fee) (Holders of B visitor visas may not enroll.)

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

International Student Application Fee

$50 on initial application

All non-resident, non-citizen applicants on or wishing to obtain the F-1 student visa.

Non-refundable

International Student health Insurance Fee

$282.75

All F-1 Visa-holding students of Ohlone College possessing a Form I-20 issued by Ohlone College. Please refer to http://www.ohlone.edu/ international/healthinsurance.html/ for exceptions.

Non-refundable after June 16, 2014.

Student Activity Fee

Summer Student Activity Fee $2.50

This fee provides funds for various campus activities, programs, discounts, and Student ID Cards. This fee is charged of all students unless they decline in writing on or before the last day to drop a full-term class and be eligible for a refund.

Refundable when student withdraws from all classes on or before June 22, 2014. See page 117 for details.

health Services Fee

Summer Health Services Fee $16

All enrolled students. Exceptions are given for students who only take off-campus or Sunday classes, students who are enrolled in Contract Education classes, or students who rely on prayer for healing. (See page 118.)

Refundable when student withdraws from all classes on or before June 22, 2014. See page 118 for details.

Printing Fees

10¢ per printed black and Payment for printed copies is required in all computer white page, 60¢ per color page. labs and classrooms. PCounter account based printing system with $1 minimum/$25 maximum deposit. Regardless of deposit amount, each deposit has a 30¢ transaction fee.

There are no refunds on PCounter account balances.

Copying Fees

15¢ per page

Not applicable

Payment for all copies is required in Hyman Hall and the Library

Ohlone College is a Smoke-Free District Smoking is prohibited in all buildings, indoor and outdoor facilities, disabled and general use parking lots, college vehicles, and all open areas of district property.

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FeeS AnD ReFUnDS (continued) FAll 2014 FeeS AnD ReFUnDS Fee

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enrollment Fee

$46 per unit

All students except K-12 students and students who qualify for a fee waiver.

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

electronic Access Fee

$5 per term

All students who use WebAdvisor for online registration, payments, and academic records review.

Non-refundable except for students who do not access WebAdvisor and submit a refund request to the Cashier’s Office on the Fremont campus. 

All students who park on the Fremont or Newark campus. Semester Permits can be purchased online at www.ohlone.edu/go/semesterpermit .

Non-refundable

Parking Permits $35 per vehicle, $18 per motorcycle, or $2 daily rate

$228 per unit in addition to the All out-of-state students. Enrollment Fee (includes $18 per unit Capital Outlay Fee)

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

non-resident/ non-citizen Tuition

$228 per unit in addition to the All non-resident, non-citizen students including those Enrollment Fee (includes $18 who hold C, D, F, H-2, H-3, J, M, P, Q, TD, and TN visas. per unit Capital Outlay Fee) (Holders of B visitor visas may not enroll.)

Students are eligible for full refunds for classes dropped before census.

International Student Application Fee

$50 on initial application

All non-resident, non-citizen applicants on or wishing to obtain the F-1 student visa.

Non-refundable

International Student health Insurance Fee

$368.67

All F-1 Visa-holding students of Ohlone College possessing a Form I-20 issued by Ohlone College. Please refer to http://www.ohlone.edu/ international/healthinsurance.html/ for exceptions.

Non-refundable after August 25, 2014.

Student Activity Fee

Fall Student Activity Fee $5

This fee provides funds for various campus activities, programs, discounts, and Student ID Cards. This fee is charged of all students unless they decline in writing on or before the last day to drop a full-term class and be eligible for a refund.

Refundable when student withdraws from all classes on or before September 7, 2014. See page 117 for details.

health Services Fee

Fall Health Services Fee $19

All enrolled students. Exceptions are given for students who only take off-campus or Sunday classes, students who are enrolled in Contract Education classes, or students who rely on prayer for healing. (See page 118.)

Refundable when student withdraws from all classes on or before September 7, 2014. See page 118 for details.

Printing Fees

10¢ per printed black and Payment for printed copies is required in all computer white page, 60¢ per color page. labs and classrooms. PCounter account based printing system with $1 minimum/$25 maximum deposit. Regardless of deposit amount, each deposit has a 30¢ transaction fee.

There are no refunds on PCounter account balances.

Copying Fees

15¢ per page

Not applicable

Payment for all copies is required in Hyman Hall and the Library

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non-resident Tuition

All fees are subject to change based on state budget adjustments. Additional fees may be added at a later date, subject to approval by the Ohlone Community College District Board of Trustees. Students can pay fees with any major credit card via WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/).

It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes! Dropping or withdrawing from a class is NOT an automatic process. Students are responsible for dropping classes  they are not attending. Students who do NOT drop a class will be charged for the class. They may also receive an F grade that will remain on the permanent student record.

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Fee PAyMenT By CheCK To pay fees by check (check or money order only — nO CASh should be used with this form), complete this form and deposit it using the Drop Box in the Lobby of Building 1 on the Fremont campus or the Drop Box located outside of the Cashier’s Office in Building 1, second floor on the Fremont campus. The completed form and payment may also be mailed to: Ohlone College, District Cashier, 43600 Mission Boulevard, Fremont CA 94539

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Fee PAyMenT

Name (Last, First, M.I.):                                             Student ID Number:                                                  

Total Fees Due: $

Phone Number: Home (              )                           

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•  Payment is due upon registration. Fees should be paid immediately. •  Make check payable to Ohlone College. Write the student’s name and Student ID Number on the check.  •  Be certain that checks are made out for the amount indicated by WebAdvisor and are mailed promptly. •  Check payments are posted as soon as they are received in the mail. Credit card payments are posted automatically.  •  Check payments must be received within five days of registration or the student may be dropped due to non-payment. 

TeXTBOOKS, OnlIne ACCeSS CODeS, AnD SUPPlIeS Most Ohlone classes require the purchase of a textbook, and some classes require the purchase of online access codes (aka keys) or other supplies. Most of these purchases are available at the Ohlone College Bookstore. Students may go to the Ohlone College Bookstore Web page (http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com) to find the textbook(s), access codes (keys), or supplies for their class(es). 

BOOKSTORe

Students may also be required to pay additional fees for access to online resources that are not be available through the Ohlone College Bookstore. Please check with the instructor.

Ohlone College Bookstore

newark Center for health Sciences and Technology

Books and supplies may be purchased at the Ohlone College Bookstore  located  on  the  first  floor  of  the  Hochler  Student Center  (Building  5  on  the  Fremont  campus)  and  online  at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com.  Cash,  personal  checks  (see Bookstore Check Policy on page 110), Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are all accepted. 

Textbooks for classes���taught at the Newark Center for Health Sciences  and  Technology  may  be  ordered  online  at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com or purchased through the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus. Please check the Bookstore Web site at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com for hours and location. 

Check the Bookstore’s Web site at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com for store hours. 

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Books may be ordered online at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com and picked up at the Fremont campus Bookstore or shipped to the student’s home. A shipping charge will be added for home deliveries. For complete details about the online program visit the Bookstore’s Web site at http://www.ohlone.bkstr.com.

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FInAnCIAl AID

7 Steps to Financial Aid at Ohlone College STeP 1 Beginning January 1, 2014 file FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov  for the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 academic year (which includes Summer 2015). Complete the 2013-2014 FAFSA for Summer 2014. FIle eARly! The priority Cal Grant filing date is March 2. Ohlone College’s school code is 004481. A new or renewal FAFSA must be filed every academic year.

Ú STeP 2 After the FAFSA is processed, the Student Aid Report (SAR) can be accessed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

Ú STeP 3 Ohlone College Financial Aid Office receives FAFSA data from the Department of Education.

Ú STeP 4 The Financial Aid Office sends letters to students requesting any necessary documents.

Ú STeP 5 Students return all required documents to the Financial Aid Office. Corrections are made by the Financial Aid Office, if necessary. File is complete!

Ú STeP 6 The Financial Aid Office posts the Award Letter on WebAdvisor. Please note: The amount of the award is  based on full-time enrollment (12 units); students who enroll in less than 12 units will receive less financial aid. 

Ú STeP 7 Financial Aid is made available on Disbursement Day  to students in good standing with complete files and award posted. All financial aid is disbursed by HigherOne. Disbursement dates are posted on the Financial Aid Web page (http://www.ohlone.edu/finaid/) and outside the Financial Aid Office (Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus).

This entire process takes 2-4 months, but can take much longer for students who do not submit documents in a timely manner.

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OhlOne OnlIne – SUMMeR/FAll 2014 DISTAnCe leARnInG AT OhlOne COlleGe Ohlone College offers online classes that give students access to Internet-based education. Using the Web and multimedia technology, students learn in virtual teaching/learning environments rich in content, graphics, and guided exploration from the convenience of their personal computer.

Registration and Getting Started on an Online Course New and former students must complete an application before registering for classes. To register for online classes, use WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. After students are registered they can access the online class one week before the semester starting date.

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• Go to the Online Education Web site at http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/. • Click on the Student Login link. • Enter the student’s username. The username is the first two letters of the student’s first name in capital letters, the first two letters of the student’s last name in capital letters, followed by the last four digits of the student’s ID number. Example:  John Smith would be JOSM1234 • Enter the student’s password. The password is student in all lower case letters. Students will be required to change their password on their first login. For assistance please contact the Online Education Office at onlineeducation@ohlone.edu or (510) 979-7579.

Minimum Technical Requirements In order to participate in online classes, students will need access to a computer with the following:

hardware

Software

Windows laptop 1. Windows 7 or Higher.  2. Intel i5, i7 or faster. 3. 4GB or higher RAM 4. 256 GB, 7200 RPM, or bigger hard drive. 5. 14 inch LCD display or bigger. 6. 256 MB NVIDIA graphics card (for multimedia use) 7. Wireless N or AC card 8. DVD-CD / RW drive (optional) 9.  Preferable Browser:  Internet Explorer Mac Book 1. OS X 10.7 or higher 2. Intel Intel i5, i7 or faster. 3. 4GB or higher RAM 4. 256GB, 7200 RPM, or bigger hard drive. 5. 13 inch LCD display or bigger. 6. NVIDIA graphics card (for multimedia use) 7. Wireless N or AC card 8. DVD-CD / RW drive (optional)

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Up-to-date software patches and add-ins, including: • Sun java (http://www.java.com) • Macromedia Flash Player (http://www.adobe.com) • Adobe Reader (http://www.adobe.com) Windows • Internet connection*   • Internet Explorer 9 or higher • Cookies, Javascript, and Java Enabled Mac OS • Internet connection* • Firefox Version 24 (OS X 10.7 ) • Safari 5, 6 or 7 (OS X 10.7 or Higher) • Flash 10.0 or higher (http://www.adobe.com) • Cookies, Javascript, and Java Enabled *Broadband / DSL connection is highly recommended.

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OhlOne OnlIne – SUMMeR/FAll 2014 (continued) Recommended Plug-ins and Other needs Some classes require students to have plugs-ins/software installed on the computer. Please refer to the class listings or check with the instructor.

Windows 8 at Ohlone

MAC OS X Mavericks IT Services and faculty at Ohlone have been using Mountain Lion (10.8.X) since it was released. The IT Department is however testing Mavericks for compatibility with district applications.  Mountain Lion (10.8.X) is compatible with Blackboard and WebAdvisor. 

What are Online Classes like? Students enrolled in an online class will be able to keep online all class materials, assignments, quizzes, and tests and participate in online discussions via bulletin board, chat, e-mail, or Web conferencing. Some classes will also deliver class materials via audio and video. Students who are successful in an online environment tend to be highly motivated and selfdisciplined. 

For further information e-mail onlineeducation@ohlone.edu or call (510) 979-7579 or (510) 742-3130.

Planning on transferring to the CSU? Interested in guaranteed admission?

New associate degrees designed specifically for transfer to the CSU are now available. Ohlone currently has fourteen associate degrees geared specifically for transfer to the CSU: Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer Associate in Arts in English for Transfer Associate in Arts in Geography for Transfer Associate in Science in Geology for Transfer Associate in Arts in History for Transfer Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer Associate in Science in Physics for Transfer Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer Associate in Arts in Sociology for Transfer Associate in Arts in Spanish for Transfer Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer Associate in Arts in Theatre Arts for Transfer Additional new associate degrees for transfer are coming soon! Degree requirements are available in the Ohlone College catalog. See an Ohlone counselor for more information about these new degrees!

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After many years of development, Microsoft released its new operating system, Windows 8! The new operating system offers significant changes in the user interface, which will require user familiarization and, reportedly, greater security. See http://www.microsoft.com/windows8 for Microsoft’s information regarding Windows 8. IT services, staff, and faculty at Ohlone have been using Windows 7 since it was released. The IT Department is testing Windows 8 for compatibility with district applications. However, Windows 8 has NOT been certified to work with ALL administrative applications at the district yet.  IT recommends using Windows 7 if available. Windows 8 has been tested and is compatible with these Web URL’s: https://ohlone.blackboard.com/ and https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/.


OhlOne COlleGe – ClASSROOM lOCATIOn Key AhS            American High School, 36300 Fremont Boulevard, Fremont BBF             Ohlone College Baseball Field CD               Child Development Center, Building 19 CJTC           South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Center, 4750 San Felipe Road, San Jose CPC             Centerville Presbyterian Church, 4360 Central Avenue, Fremont CP-SOCF    Central Park Soccer Fields, 1110 Stevenson Boulevard, Fremont FP               Fremont Portable, 43600 Mission Boulevard, Fremont FPPC           Fremont Park and Practice Center, 39751 Stevenson Place, Fremont GyM           Ohlone College Epler Gym, Building 9 hh              Hyman Hall (Morris and Alvirda Hyman Center for Business and Technology) hOSP         Hospital (Instructor will designate) IhS              Irvington High School, 41800 Blacow Road, Fremont KhS            Kennedy High School, 39999 Blacow Road, Fremont MSJ            Mission San Jose High School, 41717 Palm Avenue, Fremont

nC              Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology, 39399 Cherry Street, Newark nP              Newark Portable, 39399 Cherry Street, Newark PGC            Pleasanton Golf Center, 4501 Pleasanton Avenue, Pleasanton POnD         Ohlone College Pond, east of Building 5 POOl         Ohlone College Pool, outside Building 9 SBF             Ohlone College Softball Field SC               Smith Center (Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts) SC-AMPh  Outdoor theatre, west of Gary Soren Smith Center for Fine and Performing Arts SJSU           San José State University, 125 South Seventh Street, San Jose SOCF          Ohlone College Soccer Field TC               Ohlone College Tennis Courts TOUR         Off-campus travel site WeB           Distance Learning course offered Online  WhS           Washington High School, 38442 Fremont Boulevard, Fremont

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Self-paced Classes

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Microsoft Office Authorized Testing

Before Usual Start

Learning Community

ClASS lISTInG GUIDe

hOW TO ReAD ClASS lISTInGS 1. Accepted for Credit: Units earned will be accepted in transfer at CSU and/or UC. Please see a counselor or go to http://www.assist.org to determine if the units satisfy general education, major, or general elective requirements at a specific CSU or UC campus. 2. Prerequisite: A condition of enrollment a student is required to meet in order to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a course or  educational  program.  Examples  are  courses  in  sequence; prerequisites demanded by the UC/CSU systems, other colleges and universities, and/or by licensing agencies (for example, the Board of Registered Nursing). 3. Corequisite: A condition of enrollment consisting of a course a student is required to take concurrently in order to enroll in another course. 4. Advisory: A  condition  of  enrollment  a  student  is  advised  but  not required to meet before, or in conjunction with, enrollment in a course or educational program. 5. Section number (2 digits): Specifies the particular section of a course in which a student is registered. 6. Synonym number (6 digits): Unique number for a course; required for registration. 7. Section meeting days and times.       Caution: A section listed with one synonym number and two meeting times meets for the entire time. For example: (01)     059794 Frank K                  TTh         8/25/14-12/12/14  9:30am-10:30am       4204                                                           TTh         8/25/14-12/12/14  10:35am-12:45pm     4204

      Caution: 16-week Fall classes all have a start date of August 25, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example: (01)     060123 Mitchell R             TTh         8/25/14-12/12/14  7:00am-8:35am           FP-7

      This class will begin on Tuesday, August 26 since it meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The class will not begin on Monday, August 25.

8. Building and Room number. 9. Shaded class listing designates evening section. 10. number of units and method of grading: Number of units indicates the amount of credit that will be given upon successful completion of the course. Code letter appearing after the class description indicates the following information: CR –  Course offered for pass/no pass only. GC – Course  offered  with  student  given  the  option  to  enroll  for pass/no pass or a standard grade. GR – Course offered for letter grade only. nG – No grade; no credit. 11. Common Course number. Statewide numbering system that signals participating  California  public  colleges  and  universities  have determined  that  courses  offered  by  other  California  community colleges are comparable in content and scope to courses offered on their own campuses, regardless of their unique titles or local course numbering.

This class meets from 9:30am-12:45pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted for Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHEM-102 and MATH-152, or satisfactory performance on the Chemistry Placement test at Ohlone College | Corequisite: None | Advisory: CAOT-150 First half of general college chemistry series for science, pre-medical, and pre-engineering majors.  C-ID CHEM 110 (03) 060001            Grant M               MW             8/25/14-12/12/14           1:00pm-2:35pm                   3201                                                        TTh              8/25/14-12/12/14           10:00am-1:10pm                  16A (04) 060000            Volosko L             MW             8/25/14-12/12/14           5:25pm-7:05pm                 FP-16                                                        MW             8/25/14-12/12/14           7:15pm-10:25pm                  16A

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Allied health Ah-110 Medical Terminology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ESL-184RW; ENGL-162; ESL-150 or ESL-151 Introduction to medical terminology as related to body systems and used in health professions.

(01) 059548 Scofield R                             6/16/14-7/24/14        +12.00 hrs/week            WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 062457 Franklin D                             6/16/14-8/7/14           +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

American Sign language ASl-181A Conversational ASl I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Designed to provide basic conversational skills using ASL.

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AnTh-102 Cultural Anthropology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Study of human society with reference to the development and change of culture.

(01) 062462 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:00am-1:15pm           8109 (02) 059550 Rodgers J                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

AnTh-104 Survey of north American Indian Cultures Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Investigation of native American cultures, religions, and history.

(01) 062461 Rodgers J                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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(01) 062455 TBA                      MTW        6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-12:00pm           6301

ASl-183 ASl Skill Building Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ASL-101A For students wishing to become more proficient in using ASL. Taught in ASL only.

(01) 062456 TBA                      MTW        6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-12:00pm           6104

Anthropology AnTh-101 Physical Anthropology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biological and cultural aspects of human adaptation.

(01) 059549 Otte J                   MTWTh   6/16/14-7/22/14        8:00am-10:35am           8109                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/22/14        10:40am-1:15pm           8110

ART-101 Art: An Introduction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Survey of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, architecture, and film. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 059551 Bridger N            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:30am-10:35am      NC2315 (02) 059552 Kuo B                                     6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Astronomy ASTR-101A General Astronomy of the Solar System Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: MATH-151 and ASTR-102 Introduction to the astronomy of the solar system.

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(01) 059553 Wegryn E            MW          6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-10:30pm     NC1222

All 6-week Summer classes have a start date of June 16, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, PSY-101-02 has dates of 6/16/14-7/24/14, although the class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, June 17 not Monday, June 16, because this class does not meet on Mondays.

ASTR-102 General Astronomy lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Corequisite: ASTR-101A or ASTR-101B |  Advisory: MATH-151 Introduction to the methods and fundamentals of astronomy through inquiry and experiments.

(01) 059554 Wegryn E            TTh           6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-10:30pm     NC1224

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Athletics The following courses are primarily for intercollegiate athletics. Please  see  Pe for  physical  activity  courses  or  KIn (Kinesiology)  for  theory courses related to exercise science, wellness, and sports medicine. These  classes  are  recommended  for  Ohlone  College  intercollegiate student athletes. K-12 students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL classes. AThl-101A2 Functional Sports Performance Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year For the student athlete to better prepare for the on-coming season of sport. Repeatable = 3 times

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BIOl-130 Introduction to Biology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Introduction to biology for non-science majors.

(01) 059570 Eneigho J            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:15am           2133                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:15pm           8314 (02) 059571 Eneigho J            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:15am           2133                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:45am-2:00pm           8323 (03) 059572 Eneigho J            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:15am           2133                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        4:00pm-6:15pm             8323

Biotechnology BIOT-103 lAB Biotech Summer Bridge Unit(s): 2.00 (CR) |  Prerequisite: This course is open only to Learning Alliance for Bioscience program participants from partner high schools. Students must have successfully completed an articulated LAB biotechnology or biochemistry course prior to participating in this Bridge course. A hands-on exploration of molecular biology techniques, open to LAB Program participants.

AThl-246 Intercollegiate Basketball Prep, Women Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061240 Allender J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           8:00am-9:15am              GYM

(01) 059574 Barnby M            MTWTh   6/16/14-6/26/14        8:00am-11:55am      NC2418                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-6/26/14        12:15pm-4:00pm     NC2418 For additional information about this class please contact Dr. Issel-Tarver at lisseltarver@ohlone.edu. (02) 059575 Issel-Tarver L      MTWTh   6/16/14-6/26/14        8:00am-11:55am      NC2424                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-6/26/14        12:15pm-4:00pm     NC2424 For additional information about this class please contact Dr. Issel-Tarver at lisseltarver@ohlone.edu.

AThl-247 Intercollegiate Basketball Prep, Men Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

BIOT-105 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: MATH-151 and ENGL-151B Basic biotech concepts and hands-on lab research methods for students who may have no science background.

(01) 061241 TBA                      MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           9:20am-10:35am           GYM

Biology BIOl-105 heredity, evolution, and Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 This course covers genetics and evolution, with an emphasis on the human aspect of both subjects.

(01) 059565 Jensen M            MTW        6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2100

BIOl-107 Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biology of micro-organisms, their relationship to disease, their control, and the human defense system.

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BIOT-203 Special Projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU; Granting of UC transfer credit is contingent on review of the course outline by the UC campus. | Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor.

(01) 059577 Issel-Tarver L                        6/16/14-7/24/14        +27.00 hrs/week      NC2423

Broadcasting BRDC-123A Radio Operations I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction  to  and  participation  in  the  technical  operation  of  a  radio broadcast facility.

(01) 059566 Patki S                 MTTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2102

(01) 059578 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        2:00pm-5:00pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +18.00 hrs/week        SC-234

BIOl-109 Biology of Sexual Reproduction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Anatomy, physiology, and behavioral aspects of sexual reproduction.

BRDC-123B Radio Operations II Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Participation in technical operation of KOHL radio. Refinement of concepts introduced in BRDC-123A.

(01) 059569 Johnston G         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:45am-2:00pm      NC2123

(01) 059579 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-6:00pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +18.00 hrs/week        SC-234

BRDC-124 Broadcast Internships Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Student internship at Bay Area broadcast stations to learn various aspects of the business.

(01) 059580 Briseno T                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +30.00 hrs/week        SC-234

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BRDC-127A Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059581 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-3:50pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +8.00 hrs/week          SC-234

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BA-102B Principles of economics-Microeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Topics include supply and demand, market structure, pricing policies, labor, elasticity, public goods, and environmental policy. C-ID ECON 201

BRDC-127B Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL Radio as the operational lab.

(03) 060913 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2100

BRDC-127C Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059562 Bolt C                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 060994 Bolt C                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

(01) 059582 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-3:50pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +8.00 hrs/week          SC-234

(01) 059583 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-3:50pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +8.00 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-127D Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059584 Briseno T             M              6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-3:50pm         SC-234                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +8.00 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-201 Special Projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor. Contact instructor for space availability.

(01) 059585 Briseno T                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +3.00 hrs/week          SC-234

Business Administration BA-101A Financial Accounting Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Theory, procedures, practices relating to financial accounting. C-ID ACCT 110

(01) 059557 Andrews J           M              6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:00pm           3101                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +13.00 hrs/week            WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

BA-102A Principles of economics-Macroeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Covers supply and demand, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, unemployment, and international economics. C-ID ECON 202

(01) 059558 Mosleh T                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 059559 Mosleh T                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059560 Bolt C                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BA-125 Introduction to Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Purposes, organization, and major activities of business operations in a global economy. C-ID BUS 110

BA-141A Business law Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A The study of the legal environment, ethics, sustainability, contracts, agency, sales law, and real estate law. C-ID BUS 125

(01) 059563 Bierman D          TTh           6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-8:05pm             8113                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +4.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060985 Ver Haar M         M              6/16/14-6/23/14        6:00pm-9:00pm             8113                                                         M              7/7/14-7/28/14           6:00pm-9:00pm             8113                                                                           6/16/14-7/28/14        +5.20 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (03) 059564 Bierman D                            6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Business Supervision Management BSM-101 Fundamentals of Supervision Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B This course provides an overview of supervisory principles and practices.

(02) 061232 Webb E                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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BSM-105 Operations Management Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Introduction to Operations Management; Designing Operations; Managing Operations and Safety.

(01) 059714 Hatter A                                6/9/14-7/31/14           +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Chemistry CheM-101A General Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-102 and MATH-152, or satisfactory performance on the Chemistry Placement Test at Ohlone College |  Advisory: CAOT-150 First half of general college chemistry series for science, pre-medical, and preengineering majors. C-ID CHEM 110; CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S

(07) 062463 Voloshko L          MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           11:30am-1:05pm           8112                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           8:00am-11:20am             16A (08) 062464 Voloshko L          MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           11:30am-1:05pm           8112                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14    ���      1:30pm-4:50pm               16A

CheM-101B General Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-101A For science oriented, pre-professional health, and pre-engineering students. C-ID CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S

(01) 059588 Grant M              MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           11:30am-1:10pm           8112                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           7:30am-10:40am             16A

CheM-102 Preparation for General Chemistry Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-151 Preparatory course for Chemistry 101A. Emphasis on problem solving and mathematical calculations.

(01) 059589 Voloshko L          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:05am           8112                                                         MW          6/16/14-7/24/14        11:30am-4:00pm             16D (02) 059590 Voloshko L          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:05am           8112                                                         TTh           6/16/14-7/24/14        11:30am-4:00pm             16D

CheM-109 Biochemistry for health Science and Biotechnology

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Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-151 Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology; topics include inorganic, organic and biochemistry. Does not meet the prerequisite for Chemistry 101A.

(01) 059591 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2106                                                         MW          6/16/14-7/24/14        3:15pm-7:45pm        NC2412 (02) 059592 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2106                                                         TTh           6/16/14-7/24/14        3:15pm-7:45pm        NC2412 (03) 059593 Guha N                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am      NC2106                                                         MW          6/16/14-7/24/14        10:30am-3:00pm      NC2412 (10) 062465 Guha N                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05pm      NC2106                                                         TTh           6/16/14-7/24/14        10:30am-3:00pm      NC2412

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Computer Applications and Occupational Technology CAOT-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CS-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-101 Learn  Word  documents,  spreadsheets,  database  programs,  presentation graphics, and program information manager software.

(05) 061233 Sibley C                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Computer Science CS-101 Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

Cross-referenced Course: CneT-101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems.

(01) 059599 Gao Y                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 059600 Grotegut R                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059601 Fang X                                   6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CAOT-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-101 Learn  Word  documents,  spreadsheets,  database  programs,  presentation graphics, and program information manager software.

(05) 061234 Sibley C                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-102 Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++ Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: CS-101 or CNET-101 An introduction to computer programming using the C++ language for students with no programming experience. Intended for CS and related majors.

(01) 059602 Fang X                                   6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CS-125 Introduction to Programming Using Java Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-101 or CNET-101 An introduction to computer programming using Java, for students with no programming experience. C-ID COMP 112

(01) 060914 Gao Y                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-174 Mobile App Programming in Android Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: CS-125 Intermediate-level programming course that presents study of concepts and skills of mobile app programming in Android.

(01) 061098 TBA                      MTTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-12:00pm      HH-112                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

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early Childhood Studies eCS-307A4 Practicum – Field experience Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ECS-300, ECS-301, ECS-302, and ECS-303 |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Observe, plan, implement activities for young children as an assistant teacher in the lab. C-ID ECE 210

(01) 059716 Jones J                 MTWTh   6/2/14-6/19/14           9:30am-12:40pm       CD-122                                                                           6/2/14-7/24/14           +13.50 hrs/week        CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class. A negative TB test taken after August 1, 2012 is required.

eCS-310 Music and Movement Curriculum for young Children

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ECS-300, ECS-301, ECS-302, ENGL-101A Activities in music and movement for young children.

(01) 061076 TBA                      TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-9:30pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

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CneT-101 Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

Cross-referenced Course: CS-101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems.

(01) 059594 Gao Y                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 059595 Grotegut R                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059596 Fang X                                   6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Consumer Family Science CFS-109 nutrition Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Study and application of concepts of nutrition in health and disease.

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All  students  enrolled  in  ENGL-101A,  151A,  and  151B  must  report  to class the first class meeting. Students who do not report the first class meeting may be dropped to make room for other students.

Most ENGL-101A classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-101A Reading and Written Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; ENGL-151RW; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process. Reading  and  writing  of  argument,  exposition,  and  research,  along  with developing critical thinking and fluency. C-ID ENGL 100

(01) 059610 Gruber C             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am      NC2309                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB (02) 059604 Armerding B       MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm   NC2200                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB (03) 059605 Paonessa D         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm   NC2121                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB (04) 059606 Kristel M             TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        6:15pm-9:15pm        NC2309                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB (05) 059608 Vetter J                                 6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (06) 059609 Vetter J                                 6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (07) 059607 Schenk R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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enGl-101B Reading and Composition (Introduction to literature)

Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A An introduction to the types of literature (novel, short story, poetry, drama) through reading, writing, and discussion. C-ID ENGL 120

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Mitchell R           MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:50am      NC2122 Valter M              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:45am-12:35pm      HH-206 Cragen E              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:50pm           1406 Flynn R                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-9:20pm        NC2106

enGl-101C Critical Thinking and Composition Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A An introduction to critical reading, thinking, and writing. C-ID ENGL 105

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059614 Radcliff S             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am      NC2121 059620 Morrow J            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am           8204 059615 Marroquin D      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-2:35pm     NC2121 059616 Bynum L              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        2:45pm-4:50pm        NC2121 059617 de Larios R          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-5:05pm        NC2200 059618 Taguchi K            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-8:35pm        NC2121 059619 Bollman J                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Most ENGL-151A classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-151A Fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-162 Fundamentals  of  English  grammar,  punctuation,  reading,  and  writing  of paragraphs and informal essays. Not applicable to associate degree.

(25) 061105 TBA                      MWTh     6/16/14-8/7/14           12:30pm-2:35pm      HH-208                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +4.60 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +2.20 hrs/week         HH-217

Most ENGL-151B classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.  

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enGl-151B Fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151A or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-163 or ENGL-175 Writing  well-developed  essays,  critical  reading;  review  of  grammar  and mechanics. Not applicable to associate degree.

(25) 061107 TBA                      MWTh     6/16/14-8/7/14           1:00pm-3:05pm        HH-206                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +4.60 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +2.20 hrs/week         HH-217 (26) 061179 Takahashi R        MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           8:00am-9:25am         HH-206                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +4.60 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           6/16/14-8/7/14           +2.20 hrs/week         HH-217

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Most ENGL-162 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-162 Developmental Reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ESL-184RW or Accuplacer assessment. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151A encouraged to enhance combined reading and writing skills For improvement of basic reading skills, vocabulary skills, and study strategies. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 059621 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am      HH-207                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.20 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +2.80 hrs/week         HH-217 (02) 059622 Kuykendall S       MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-2:35pm      HH-209                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.20 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +2.80 hrs/week         HH-217

Most ENGL-163 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-163 Techniques of College Reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ENGL-162 or score between 71.5 and 87.5 on the reading portion of Accuplacer Assessment |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151B encouraged Development  of  college-level  skills  in  vocabulary,  comprehension,  critical reading/thinking,  study  strategies,  and  reading  rate.  Not  applicable  to associate degree.

(01) 059623 Carrell T              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm    HH-209                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB (02) 059624 Swamy R             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:00am-1:05pm      HH-207                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB

enGl-172 Vocabulary Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Individualized program in vocabulary improvement. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 061187 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         HH-217 Due to the significant number of hours in the lab required for ENGL-172-176, it is strongly recommended that students do not take more than one of these classes during Summer Term.

enGl-173 Improvement of learning Techniques Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Improvement of learning skills through individualized practice of reading, studying and listening. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 061188 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         HH-217 Due to the significant number of hours in the lab required for ENGL-172-176, it is strongly recommended that students do not���take more than one of these classes during Summer Term.

enGl-174 Spelling Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) For  improvement  of  spelling  skills  through  individualized  practice.  Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 061189 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         HH-217 Due to the significant number of hours in the lab required for ENGL-172-176, it is strongly recommended that students do not take more than one of these classes during Summer Term.

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enGl-175 Reading and Comprehension Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) For improvement of reading skills through individualized work on specific weaknesses. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 061190 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         HH-217 Due to the significant number of hours in the lab required for ENGL-172-176, it is strongly recommended that students do not take more than one of these classes during Summer Term.

enGl-176 Rapid Reading Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Advisory: Ninth grade reading comprehension level To increase reading rate while maintaining and improving comprehension. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 061191 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         HH-217 Due to the significant number of hours in the lab required for ENGL-172-176, it is strongly recommended that students do not take more than one of these classes during Summer Term.

enGl-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) |  Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059625 Swamy R                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +12.70 hrs/week       HH-217

english as a Second language eSl-122 news and Current events for eSl Students Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-181RW, or placement into ESL-182RW or higher Read, discuss, and write about current issues in the news. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060993 Carrell T              MWTh     6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:00am      HH-209

eSl-183RW Reading and Writing, level III Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-182RW or placement through ESL Placement Test Development of reading, writing, and grammar skills, with a focus on academic American English, Level III. Not applicable to associate degree.

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environmental Studies enVS-108 Introduction to the environment Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Examines  scientific,  social,  and  political  causes  of  earth’s  environmental problems, and proposes sustainable solutions.

(01) 059626 Bansal N              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        2:00pm-4:15pm        NC1222 (02) 059627 Watanabe J                          6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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Gender and Women’s Studies WS-150 Women’s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: hlTh-150 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Contemporary issues of women’s health.

(01) 059713 Kurotori R                             6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Geography GeOG-101 Physical Geography Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC People and their physical environment; the natural features of climate, land forms, soil, vegetation, water, and mineral resources.

(01) 059628 Bansal N              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-12:15pm      NC1222

GeOG-102 Cultural Geography Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Origin, spread, and regional differentiation of human cultures. C-ID GEOG 120

(01) 059629 Bansal N                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

GeOG-123 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GEOG-121 and GEOG-122 Enhances technical skills for problem solving and managing GIS projects.

(01) 059630 Bansal N                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week         NC2420 Contact the instructor at nbansal@ohlone.edu for information about this class.

health and Wellness Please see KIn (Kinesiology) and Pe (Physical Education) for additional  courses  related  to  exercise  science,  sports  medicine,  and  physical  education. hlTh-101 Contemporary health Issues Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A A study of how to obtain and maintain optimum wellness for self, family, and community.

(01) 059637 TBA                      MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:05am           1403 (02) 059638 Bain C                                    6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Did you know??? The California Community Colleges is the largest provider of workforce training in the state and nation. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Please see page 28 for classroom location key. Shaded class listing designates evening sections. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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hlTh-150 Women’s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: WS-150 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Contemporary issues of women’s health.

(01) 059639 Kurotori R                             6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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KIn-251 Fitness for life Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Designed for students who wish to understand methods of assessment for components of wellness.

(01) 059640 Heslin L                                 6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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history hIST-105 history of California Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Heritage and development of California from beginning to present day.

lS-101 Steps to Successful Research Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Introduction to information retrieval and evaluation.

(01) 059631 De Unamuno R     MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm         1402 (02) 059632 McCarty H                            6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

(01) 059641 Schmidt J                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +3.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-117A history of the United States Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A History of the United States from pre-colonial times through Reconstruction (1877).

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(01) 059633 De Unamuno R     MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am           1402 (02) 059634 Bardell D                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-117B history of the United States Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A History of the United States from 1877 (the end of Reconstruction) to the present.

(01) 059635 Ravey B               MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am           3101 (02) 059636 Bardell D                               6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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MATh-101A Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-188 Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications, and introduction to integration. C-ID MATH 210

(01) 059642 Johnson C           MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-11:45am      NC2102 (02) 059643 Anderson S         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:15pm-10:00pm     NC2120

MATh-101B Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101A Integration  techniques,  series,  conics,  parametric  equations,  and  polar coordinates.

(01) 059644 Honma C             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        7:45am-11:30am      NC2318 (02) 059645 Houser E             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-4:15pm     NC2119

MATh-103 Introduction to linear Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101B Vector spaces, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, eigenvectors, and applications. C-ID MATH 250

(01) 059646 O’Connell J         MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm   NC2211

The  following  theory  courses  are  primarily  focused  on  exercise science,  wellness,  and  sports  medicine.  Please  see  Pe for  physical activity  courses  or  AThl (Athletics)  for  all  courses  related  to  intercollegiate athletics. KIn-240 Introduction to Kinesiology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduces the history, philosophy, and careers in physical education, fitness, and sport. C-ID KIN 100

(01) 061242 Curran M                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

MATh-151A Algebra I (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-191 or placement evaluation Signed numbers, equations, graphs, systems of equations, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 059647 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (02) 059648 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        5:00pm-7:05pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

MATh-151B Algebra I (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151A Exponents, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 059649 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        1:40pm-3:45pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (02) 059650 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:40pm-8:45pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

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MATh-152A Algebra II (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Functions, linear systems, inequalities, radical expressions and equations, complex numbers.

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(02) 059652 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        5:00pm-7:05pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

MUS-101 Music Appreciation: Western Classical Music Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC General introduction to music for the non-musician. C-ID MUS 100

(01) 059651 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

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MATh-152B Algebra II (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-152A or placement evaluation Graphs,  quadratics,  exponentials,  logs,  conics,  sequences,  series,  sigma notation, binomial expansion.

(01) 059653 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        1:40pm-3:45pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (02) 059654 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:40pm-8:45pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (03) 061117 Vu T                     MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-8:35pm        NC2315

MATh-153 Intermediate Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151, MATH-151A and MATH-151B, or placement evaluation Functions, graphs, quadratics, parabolas, exponentials, logs, sigma notation.

(01) 059655 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-2:05pm     NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (02) 059656 Munding T          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        5:00pm-7:05pm        NC2318 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (03) (04) (05) (06)

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Cho E                   MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am      NC2211 Pages E                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:45am-1:50pm      NC2315 Judge T                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        2:45pm-4:50pm        NC2123 Heath C               MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        4:00pm-6:05pm        NC2120

MATh-159 Introduction to Statistics Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152, MATH-153, or placement evaluation |  Advisory: ENGL-163 Probability, distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression and analysis of variance.

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MATh-181 Trigonometry Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or placement evaluation Graphing, theory, and applications of trigonometric functions.

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MATh-188 Pre-Calculus Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-181 Advanced study of algebraic and transcendental functions; sequences, series.

(01) 059665 Dinh H                 MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-11:45am           6205 (02) 059666 Demlinger K       MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-3:45pm     NC2120

MUSIC DePARTMenT lAB Fee – There will be a $16.29 charge, payable in the Ohlone College Bookstore, for the use of practice rooms in Music Department classes that have required lab times.

(01) 059718 McManus J                          6/2/14-7/10/14           +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

MUS-103 Fundamentals of Music Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Basics of musical notation, keys, scales, intervals, chords, and ear training. Preparatory course for MUS-110A. C-ID MUS 110

(01) 059719 Roberts T                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

MUS-104 Music of World Cultures Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A  survey  of  traditional  and  contemporary  music  from  around  the  world. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 061046 Keller D                                 6/9/14-7/7/14             +13.50 hrs/week            WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 059721 Keller D                                 6/2/14-6/30/14           +13.50 hrs/week            WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059720 Keller D                                 5/26/14-6/23/14        +13.50 hrs/week            WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Personal Development PD-105 College Success Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A A student-centered class focusing on skills needed to enhance college success. This class cannot be taken with PD-111 or PD-113.

(01) 059668 Harper J                                6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 059669 Harper J                                6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059670 Dadgar N                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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Philosophy PhIl-104 logic Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction  to  formal  deductive  reasoning.  Emphasis  will  be  on  modern symbolic logic. C-ID PHIL 110

(01) 061010 Rard E                  MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am           1406

Physical education The following courses are primarily focused on physical activity. Please see AThl (Athletics) for all courses related to intercollegiate athletics, KIn (Kinesiology)  for  theory  courses  related  to  exercise  science, wellness,  and  sports  medicine,  and  hlTh (Health  and  Wellness)  for additional courses related to health and wellness. K-12 students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL classes.

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Pe-342A2 Circuit Training Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Increase flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular endurance through circuit training.

(01) 059678 Hess T                  MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:00pm-1:15pm     NC1407

Pe-344A2 Total Fitness Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Structured workout to improve fitness using cardio and resistance machines, circuit training, and free weights.

(01) 059679 Kane-Nolan D     MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-10:15am      NC1406 (02) 061249 Giron S                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        3:00pm-4:15pm        NC1406

Pe-351A2 Aquatic Conditioning Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Progressive course in swimming and conditioning.

(01) 059680 Kendall E             MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:45am-1:00pm          POOL

Pe-300C2 Advanced Basketball Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Recommended for advanced basketball players.

(01) 059672 Allender J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           8:00am-9:15am              GYM (02) 059671 TBA                      MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           9:20am-10:35am           GYM

Pe-353B2 Intermediate Water Polo Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course is designed to teach intermediate water polo skills.

(01) 061243 TBA                      MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           3:00pm-4:15pm            POOL

Pe-375A3 Beginning Tai Chi Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness and will focus on Tai Chi as a lifetime leisure activity.

Pe-301A2 Beginning Volleyball Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Concepts and skills of beginning volleyball.

(01) 061246 Mei M                 MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-8:05pm        NC1407

Pe-301B2 Intermediate Volleyball Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Strategies and intermediate skills of volleyball.

Pe-375B3 Intermediate Tai Chi Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year The exploration of Tai Chi as an ancient martial arts form. Benefits include stress reduction, improved balance, and a general sense of wellness.

(01) 059673 Penaflor J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           10:45am-12:00pm         GYM

(01) 059674 Penaflor J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           10:45am-12:00pm         GYM

(01) 061247 Mei M                 MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-8:05pm        NC1407

Pe-301C2 Advanced Volleyball Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year This  course  is  designed  to  teach  advanced  strategies  and  further  skill development in playing the game of volleyball.

Pe-376A2 yoga Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course will explore philosophies and positions related to yoga.

(01) 059675 Penaflor J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           10:45am-12:00pm         GYM

Pe-303A2 Soccer Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Activity for the beginning to the advanced soccer player.

(01) 059723 Heslin L               MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           7:15am-8:30am                ICP (02) 059724 Nordmo J            MTWTh   7/7/14-8/14/14           9:15am-10:30am              ICP

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(01) 061244 Cowan D             SSu           6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-12:00pm            PGC

Pe-322A2 Golf: Chipping, Pitching, and Putting Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year; PE-320A2 or PE-320A3 Demonstration and practice of the short game utilizing the golf course as the classroom.

(01) 059683 Kane-Nolan D     MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        7:30am-8:45am        NC1407 (02) 061250 Giron S                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        1:30pm-2:45pm        NC1407

Pe-378A2 Indoor Cycling Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Increase endurance and strengthen lower body muscles through a simulated outdoor ride on stationary bikes.

(01) 061248 Hess T                  MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:30am-11:45am    NC1407

Physics PhyS-108 Survey of Physics Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B, ENGL-163, and MATH-151 Lecture,  demonstration,  and  discussion  of  basic  principles  of  physics  in everyday life.

(01) 062466 Hazelton L           MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-11:05am           8113 (02) 059687 Ballart R              MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        11:15am-1:20pm           8113

(01) 061245 Cowan D             SSu           6/16/14-7/24/14        9:00am-12:00pm            PGC

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PhyS-140 Mechanics Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101A |  Advisory: MATH-101B Conceptual  and  quantitative  analysis  of  point-mass,  rigid  body  and  fluid mechanics, and wave motion. C-ID PHYS 205

(05) 062467 Desmedt L          MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           8:00am-9:45am             8105                                                         MTWTh   6/16/14-8/7/14           10:00am-11:45am         8105

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Respiratory Therapist PRe-APPROVeD ADMISSIOn ReQUIReD RT-131A Principles of Mechanical Ventilation I Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: RT-104A, RT-104B, RT-105B Introductory course in mechanical ventilation.

(01) 059698 Blaisdell M          TW           6/16/14-8/7/14           3:00pm-6:00pm        NC2211

PS-102 American Government Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Theory and practice of constitutional government in U.S.; federal, state, and local levels.

RT-134 neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Admission to the RT Program; completion of first two semesters of RT Program; BIOL-103B, BIOL-106, and PHYS-108 Lecture series emphasizing respiratory care of the ill neonate and pediatric patient.

(01) 059688 Selby D                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        8:00am-10:05am           3102 (02) 059689 Selby D                MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-2:35pm     NC2102

(01) 059699 Petersen N          W              6/16/14-7/24/14        11:00am-1:50pm      NC2222

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PSy-101 General Psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Introduces  scientific  study  of  behavior  and  mental  processes,  including learning, consciousness, personality, and memory. C-ID PSY 110

SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Exploring the complexity of society with an emphasis upon understanding the relationship between self and society. C-ID SOCI 110

(01) 059690 Helms S               MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm         3201 (02) 059691 Christner-Lile D  TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        2:00pm-5:00pm        NC2122 (03) 059692 Christner-Lile D  TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-9:30pm             3201

PSy-112 Social Psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: PSY-101 and ENGL-101A Study of behavior within social context. Topics include aggression, prejudice, attitudes, conformity, groups, gender.

(01) 059696 Helms S               MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        1:00pm-3:05pm             3102

Real estate Re-124 legal Aspects of Real estate Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: RE-121 or valid real estate license This course covers rights incident to property ownership and management, agency, contracts, and transfer.

(01) 060981 Hatter A                                6/9/14-7/24/14           +7.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Re-149 Real estate Property Management Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: RE-121 or valid real estate license Day-to-day problems encountered by owners and/or managers of residential income properties.

(01) 059697 Hatter A                                6/9/14-7/24/14           +7.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

(01) 059700 Bauermeister M    TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-3:30pm           3101 (02) 059701 Bauermeister M    TWTh       6/16/14-7/24/14        6:30pm-9:30pm        NC2122 (03) 059702 White B                                6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

SOC-105 Marriage and Family Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study of mate selection, marital and parental roles within the family and society in historical and current contexts. C-ID SOCI 130

(01) 059703 Basham J                              6/16/14-7/24/14        +9.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Spanish SPAn-101B elementary Spanish Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: SPAN-101A or two years high school Spanish, or permission from instructor |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing of Spanish. C-ID SPAN 110

(01) 061009 Wolpe A              M              6/16/14-6/16/14        5:30pm-7:30pm        HH-207                                                         W              7/23/14-7/23/14        5:30pm-7:30pm               TBA                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +18.00 hrs/week            WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. This class requires two in-person meetings, one for the mandatory online orientation and one for the final exam. The online orientation is on Monday, June 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm in HH-207 on the Fremont campus. Students who do not attend the orientation will be dropped from the class. The final will take place on July 23 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Location to be determined.

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Speech and Communication Studies SPCh-101 Introduction to Public Speaking Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Practice  public  speaking  through  delivery,  organizing  outlines,  and  use  of research methodology. C-ID COMM 110

(01) 059705 Massimo T          M              6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-1:05pm      NC2201                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 059706 Schaefer B          MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        10:15am-12:20pm   NC2308                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +3.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (03) 060991 Chivers N            MTWTh   6/16/14-7/24/14        12:30pm-2:35pm     NC2308                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +3.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

SPCh-102 Small Group Communication/Critical Thinking Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A Study  of  small  group  communication  theory  with  an  emphasis  on  logical reasoning and the evaluation of evidence.

(01) 059707 Massimo T          M              6/16/14-7/24/14        1:30pm-4:20pm        NC2201                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

SPCh-103 Interpersonal Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study  communication  at  home,  work,  and  social  settings  including  active listening and conflict management techniques. C-ID COMM 130

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SPCh-105 Intercultural Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study of intercultural communication with focus on differing world views and communication styles. C-ID COMM 150

(01) 061124 Ahntholz B          W              6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-9:00pm        NC2102                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Theatre and Dance TD-102 Introduction to Theatre Appreciation Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: TD-100 See a dozen shows for credit! Group discussions and written critiques follow.

(02) 059725 Nelson M                              5/22/14-6/14/14        +12.00 hrs/week          TOUR This class will leave for New York City on May 22, 2014 for nine nights. All travelgoers must attend three meetings to be scheduled in the early evenings in late April and early May 2014. Contact Mark Nelson at mnelson@ohlone.edu or 510-659-6298 for more information. 

Work experience education WeX-185A1 General Work experience education Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. Repeatable = 3 times for a maximum of 6 units

(02) 061225 Webb E                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +8.40 hrs/week         NC1114

SPCh-104 Critical Thinking/Persuasion Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151B |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Study of critical thinking/persuasion. Emphasis on reasoning and evaluation of evidence in persuasion.

(01) 059710 TBA                      T               6/16/14-7/24/14        6:00pm-8:50pm        NC2201                                                                           6/16/14-7/24/14        +6.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Don’t leave Ohlone without something tangible to show for your hard work! See a counselor about earning an associate degree, Certificate of Achievement, or Certificate of Accomplishment.

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WeX-185A2 General Work experience education Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 150 hours of paid work or 120 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. Repeatable = 3 times for a maximum of 6 units

WeX-195A2 Occupational Work experience education

WeX-185A3 General Work experience education Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 225 hours of paid work or 180 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. Repeatable = 3 times for a maximum of 6 units

(02) 061229 Webb E                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +16.70 hrs/week      NC1114

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WeX-195A1 Occupational Work experience education

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 150 hours of paid work or 120 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a  college  major  or  occupational  goal.  Repeatable  =  3  times  in  series  to  a maximum of 16 units

WeX-195A3 Occupational Work experience education

Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 225 hours of paid work or 180 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a  college  major  or  occupational  goal.  Repeatable  =  3  times  in  series  to  a maximum of 16 units

(02) 061230 Webb E                                 6/9/14-8/7/14             +25.00 hrs/week      NC1114

Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan (Work and attend school at the same time): Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate Plan (Work and attend school alternately): Enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and WEX-195 concurrently. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college  major  or  occupational  goal.  Repeatable  =  3  times  in  series  to  a maximum of 16 units

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WeX-195A4 Occupational Work experience education

Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any 195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 300 hours of paid work or 240 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a  college  major  or  occupational  goal.  Repeatable  =  3  times  in  series  to  a maximum of 16 units

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Administration of Justice ADMInISTRATIOn OF JUSTICe Ohlone College is a member of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium. Vocational training courses are offered in various areas including, but not limited to, the following: Correctional Officer, Law  Enforcement  Officer,  Reserve  Police  Officer,  Dispatcher,  Fire  Technology,  Probation  Officer,  and  Juvenile  Hall  Counselor.  The consortium  is  funded  by  various  colleges  regionally  to  provide  vocational specific training which may require special facilities, special training conditions, or is presented outside of the schedules of regular college classes. Students who would like a schedule of these classes or more information on specific programs may call (408) 270-6458. The application and registration process is completed at the South Bay Regional  Public  Safety  Training  Consortium  located  at  3095  Yerba  Buena Road in San Jose. Although open to the public, the majority of  these courses are intended to serve the already employed. Students  who would like information about a career in any of these programs  should call (408) 270-6458.

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AJ-106 Criminal Procedure Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Principles, procedures, responsibilities, role, and relationship of each segment within the AJ system.

(01) 059735 Cominos R          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm          FP-10

AJ-107 Criminal Investigation Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A The nature of general and specific crime investigation.

(01) 059736 Chan A                 Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2106

AJ-108 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology Cross-referenced Course: AnTh-108 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Methods  used  by  forensic  anthropologists  to  recover  and  analyze  human skeletal remains.

(01) 059737 Cuellar C             M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:35pm             8112

AJ-115 Cyber Crime Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Forensics and technology used in combating computer crime and analysis of emerging laws.

AJ-101 Administration of Justice Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A History,  philosophy,  ethics  education,  and  training  for  professionalism  in Administration of Justice.

(01) 059738 Hanna S               T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        HH-206                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week         HH-206

AJ-102 Criminal law Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Philosophy  of  law,  constitutional  provisions,  classifications  of  crime,  and concept of law as a social force. C-ID AJ 120

(01) 061052 Cominos R          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:05pm            FP-10

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AJ-117 Police and Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Emphasis on professional image and development of positive relationships between the Administration of Justice system and the public.

AJ-119 Murder in America Cross-referenced Course: PSy-104 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Causes and consequences of murder in America.

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AJ-123 Terrorism Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Basic information about the structure and nature of terrorism.

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When does my Fall class start? All full-term (16-week) Fall classes have a start date of August 25, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, ENGL-101A-01 has dates of 8/25/14-12/12/14, although the class meets only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, August 26 not Monday, August 25, because this class does not meet on Mondays.

AJ-131 Juvenile Justice Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A An overview of the criminal justice system as it relates to juvenile offenders. C-ID AJ 220

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ASl-101B Principles of American Sign language I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-101A or two years of high school ASL Expanded ASL for students who wish to refine and enhance their Level I skills before taking ASL-102A.

AF-101A Foundations of the U.S. Air Force Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Today’s Air Force officer and the Air Force as a whole.

(01) 059727 Carnovale N       F                8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-11:45am         SJSU                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:30pm              SJSU (02) 059728 Simpson A          F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:10am-10:00am            UCB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +0.50 hrs/week               UCB The class is taught at the University of California, Berkeley as a part of the AFROTC program.

AF-102A The evolution of the U.S. Air Force Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction  to  ethics,  values,  leadership  and  leadership  problems,  and communication skills.

(01) 059729 Lomsdalen D      F                8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:15pm           SJSU                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:30pm              SJSU

Allied health Ah-110 Medical Terminology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ESL-184RW; ENGL-162; ESL-150 or ESL-151 Introduction to medical terminology as related to body systems and used in health professions.

(01) 059730 Franklin D                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +4.50 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Ah-151 Applied Clinical Pharmacology Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Provides working knowledge of drug therapy in current use with acutely ill patients.

(01) 059731 Blaisdell M          F                8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:30am        NC2211                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +0.80 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

American Sign language ASl-101A Principles of American Sign language I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Intense Level I study of American Sign Language, the Deaf Community, and Deaf Culture.

(01) 059821 Klopping S           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059822 Klopping S           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-2:45pm           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (03) 059823 Wafer-Hoecker M MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

(01) 059824 Klopping S           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059825 Klopping S           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-2:45pm           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (03) 059826 Wafer-Hoecker M MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

ASl-102A Principles of American Sign language II Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-101A or ASL-101B Intense  Level  II  study  of  ASL,  the  Deaf  community,  and  Deaf  culture  for students who complete ASL-101A or ASL-101B.

(01) 059827 Ammons S          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059828 Kulchinsky J        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

ASl-102B Principles of American Sign language II Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A Expanded study for former ASL-102A students to refine and enhance their Level II skills prior to taking ASL-103A.

(01) 059829 Ammons S          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059830 Kulchinsky J        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

ASl-103A Principles of American Sign language III Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A or ASL-102B Level III study of ASL and Deaf culture. Completion of ASL-102A is required. Deaf events required.

(01) 059831 Klopping S           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059832 Gough T              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

ASl-103B Principles of American Sign language III Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-103A Expanded ASL for students to refine and enhance skills before taking ASL-104A.

(01) 059833 Klopping S           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059834 Gough T              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104

ASl-104A Principles of American Sign language IV Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-103A or ASL-103B Level IV study of ASL, the Deaf community, and Deaf culture for students who have completed ASL-103A or ASL-103B.

(01) 059835 Ammons S          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059836 Amundsen S       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6105

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ASl-104B Principles of American Sign language IV Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ASL-104A Expanded Level IV study of ASL for students who have completed ASL-104A but want to refine and enhance skills for competency and fluency.

(01) 059837 Ammons S          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:45am           6202                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6104 (02) 059838 Amundsen S       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              6105

ASl-140 Deaf education Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Historical,  philosophical,  legislative,  educational,  and  social  aspects  of educating the Deaf.

(01) 059839 Gough T              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             6201

ASl-142 Deaf Culture Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, ASL-101A or ASL-101B | Advisory: ENGL-151B Study of Deaf culture, the Deaf community, and their differences from the hearing community.

(01) 059840 Miller G               T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             6301

ASl-152 Advanced Fingerspelling Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A or ASL-102B Advanced fingerspelling at increasing levels of complexity.

(01) 059842 Ammons S          Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      12:15pm-1:15pm           6301

ASl-154 Advanced American Sign language Vocabulary Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A or ASL-102B Receptive/expressive  knowledge  of  over  5,000  signs  and  commonly  used phrases.

(01) 059843 Ammons S          Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:35pm             6301

ASl-155 ASl literature (Folklore) Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A or ASL-102B An introduction to the analysis of ASL literature. Taught in ASL only.

(01) 059844 Klopping S           T               8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-3:40pm           6301

ASl-158 Classifiers in ASl Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ASL-102A or ASL-102B Study and demonstration of classifiers in ASL. Taught in ASL only.

(01) 059845 Ammons S          M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:10pm             6202

ASl-160 American Sign language Field Work Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ASL-101A or ASL-101B Experiences signing in formal/informal conversational settings or a project involving ASL and/or Deaf culture research.

(01) 059846 Klopping S                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              6104 During the first week of class students need to contact the instructor in Room 6309 on the Fremont campus or e-mail her at sklopping@ohlone.edu for assignments.

ASl-161 American Sign language Field Work Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ASL-101A Experience signing in formal/informal conversational settings or a project involving ASL-linguistics, research.

(01) 059847 Klopping S                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              6104 During the first week of class students need to contact the instructor in Room 6309 on the Fremont campus or e-mail her at sklopping@ohlone.edu for assignments.

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Anthropology AnTh-101 Physical Anthropology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biological and cultural aspects of human adaptation.

(01) 059741 Otte J                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           8112                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             8110 (02) 059742 Otte J                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           8112                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:45pm-4:20pm             8110 (03) 059743 Otte J                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           8112                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-12:35pm         8110 (04) 059744 Rodgers J            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8112                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             8110 (05) 059745 Rodgers J            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8112                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:45pm-4:20pm             8110 (06) 059746 Rodgers J            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8112                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           8110 (07) 059747 Schaefers K         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             8112                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             8110 (08) 059748 Schaefers K         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             8112                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             8110

AnTh-102 Cultural Anthropology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Study of human society with reference to the development and change of culture.

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059749 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             8109 059750 Revenaugh A      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             8109 059751 Murray T             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:40pm-3:15pm             8109 059752 Revenaugh A      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:05pm        NC2120 059753 Cuellar C                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

AnTh-103 Introduction to Archaeology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Archaeological methods to discover clues to how ancient cultures developed, lived, and died.

(01) 061160 Rodgers J                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

AnTh-104 Survey of north American Indian Cultures Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Investigation of native American cultures, religions, and history.

(01) 059754 Rodgers J                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

AnTh-106 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Cross-cultural study of belief systems, expressed through rituals, myths, magic, and healing practices.

(01) 059755 Murray T             Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2100

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AnTh-107 Introduction to linguistic Anthropology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU A cross-cultural study of the origins and structure of language; language usage and change; language and culture.

(01) 061159 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am        FP-17

AnTh-108 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology Cross-referenced Course: AJ-108 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Methods  used  by  forensic  anthropologists  to  recover  and  analyze  human skeletal remains.

(01) 059756 Cuellar C             M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:35pm             8112

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ART-104A 2D Design Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to techniques and concepts of two-dimensional imagery and process including color theory.

(01) 059766 Rubiolo D            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4304 (02) 059767 White D               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:30pm             4304

ART-104C Color Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to mixing colors and observing the qualities of colors.

(01) 061016 Owen D               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4304

ART-105A Glass Art and Design Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Design: glass cutting, lamination, and casting. Color theory: copper foil stained glass/fusing.

(01) 059768 Lawton C             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:30pm           4204

ART-100 Survey of the Arts Cross-referenced Course: IS-100, MUS-100, TD-100 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Theatre, Art, Music!! The Creative Minds!!! Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 059757 Frank K                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             2133 (02) 059758 Frank K                W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             2133

ART-101 Art: An Introduction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Survey of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, architecture, and film. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 059759 Bridger N            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-15 (02) 059760 Kuo B                                     8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059761 Mencher K                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 059762 Kuo B                                     8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (05) 061063 Mencher K                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

ART-103B Survey of World Art history – 14th Century Through 20th Century

Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A This course is a survey of the history of sculpture, architecture, and visual arts throughout the world after 1300 CE.

(01) 059765 Mencher K          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-4:20pm            FP-14 Web enhanced. Exams for this class will be online. (02) 059764 Mencher K                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +4.50 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

ART-105B Advanced Glass Fabrication Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-105A Mold making, casting, fusing, and sandblasting.

(01) 059769 Lawton C             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:30pm           4204

ART-105C Three-Dimensional Glass Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-105B Advanced moldmaking, kilnforming, casting, lamination, coldworking, and abrasive carving.

(01) 059770 Lawton C             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:30pm           4204

ART-106A Descriptive Drawing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Fundamental  drawing  techniques  using  a  variety  of  media  emphasizing observation and composition. C-ID ARTS 110

(01) 059771 Fagerlund C        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4311 (02) 059772 Owen D               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:30pm             4311 (03) 061144 Mencher K          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-1:15pm           4311

ART-106B Intermediate Descriptive Drawing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-106A Further  study  of  drawing  concepts  emphasizing  creative  expression  and composition. C-ID ARTS 205

(01) 059773 Fagerlund C        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4311 (03) 061145 Mencher K          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-1:15pm           4311

Earn an Ohlone College associate degree! Be creative; follow your passion. Receive your Associate of Arts degree in Fine Arts with an Art Concentration.

This Fall make sure to take: ART-100-01 ART-100-02 ART-104A-01 ART-104A-02 ART-104C-01 ART-106A-01 ART-106A-02 ART-121A-01

Survey of the Arts (059757) Survey of the Arts (059758) 2D Design (059766) 2D Design (059767) Color (061016) Descriptive Drawing (059771) Descriptive Drawing (059772) Introductory Ceramics I (059789)

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ART-108 Perspective Drawing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ART-106A Freehand and constructed drawing in 1 and 2 point perspective; emphasizes interiors/furniture.

(01) 061017 Dye J                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4304

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ART-116B Advanced Sculpture Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-116A A  continuation  of  ART-116A  with  emphasis  on  advanced  processes  and techniques related to sculptural form and personal expression.

(01) 059783 Hartman R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:15pm             4204

Beginning Graphic Design I (letter Forms and Typography) ART-109A

Cross-referenced Course: GA-109A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-104A Fundamentals  of  letter  form  design  with  traditional  and  contemporary alphabets.

(01) 059774 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:15pm        HH-209

ART-109B Beginning Graphic Design II Cross-referenced Course: GA-109B Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-109A or GA-109A Pictorial images and written words as basic components for communication.

(01) 059775 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

ART-110A Advanced Graphic Design I Cross-referenced Course: GA-110A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-109B or GA-109B Student problem solving using graphics and 3-D design.

(01) 059776 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

ART-116C Sculpture and Beyond Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-116B Emphasis on advanced processes and techniques related to sculptural form.

(01) 059784 Hartman R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:15pm             4204

ART-117A Museum and Gallery Techniques (exhibition Production)

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to operation and display of visual art within a gallery and museum space.

(01) 059785 Rubiolo D            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:30pm         SC-143

ART-117B Museum and Gallery Techniques (Promotional Graphics)

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU This course continues the production and display techniques experienced in ART-117A.

(01) 059786 Rubiolo D            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:30pm         SC-143

ART-120A Ceramic Studio Development and Maintenance I Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-121B The development and maintenance of a ceramic studio including kiln, wheels, and glazes.

ART-110B Advanced Graphic Design II Cross-referenced Course: GA-110B Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-110A or GA-110A Advanced attention to graphic design, solutions, and presentations.

(01) 059787 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-11:05am           4204

ART-111A Painting – Color and Composition Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ART-104A or ART-106A Various concepts, theories, and applications of color and composition used in painting. C-ID ARTS 210

(01) 059788 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-11:05am           4204

(01) 059777 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

(01) 059778 Wu J                     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4311 (02) 059779 Fagerlund C        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:45pm             4311

ART-111B Painting Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-111A Continuation of painting skills and media development with an emphasis on personal style and self-expression.

(01) 059780 Wu J                     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4311 (02) 059781 Fagerlund C        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:45pm             4311

ART-116A Basic Sculpture Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ART-104A or ART-106A An introduction to 3-D form and materials related to the making of sculpture (studio practice).

(01) 059782 Hartman R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:15pm             4204

ART-120B Ceramic Studio Development and Maintenance II Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-121B This  course  is  a  continuation  of  ART-120A.  The  course  includes  the development and maintenance of a ceramic studio including kiln, wheels, and glazes. ART-121A Introductory Ceramics I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Fundamental techniques of wheel-thrown and hand-constructed clay forms.

(01) 059789 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:15pm             4204 (02) 059790 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204 (03) 059791 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as an Art major? Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

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ART-121B Introductory Ceramics II Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-121A Emphasis is on advanced throwing and handbuilding, glazes and firing.

(01) 059792 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204 (02) 059793 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204

ART-122A Ceramic Throwing I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-121B Design, throw, and glaze complex forms.

(01) 059794 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204 (02) 059795 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204

ART-122B Ceramic Throwing II Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-121B The emphasis is on designing, throwing, glazing, and firing advanced thrown and hand-built forms.

(01) 059796 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204 (02) 059797 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204

ART-123 Ceramic Decorating Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-121B Ceramic decoration: texture, carve, engobes, resists, stencil, and oxides.

(01) 059798 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204 (02) 059799 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204

ART-124 Advanced Ceramic Decorating Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ART-121B Emphasis on designing and forming ceramic works.

(01) 059800 Frank K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:45pm           4204 (02) 059801 Brazelton J          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:45pm             4204

ART-133A Black and White Photography Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introductory techniques in film-based black and white photography.

(01) 059802 Mueller P            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-1:40pm           2325 (02) 059803 Vanderkindren N  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             2325

ART-138A Beginning Photoshop Cross-referenced Course: GA-138A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC For photographers with limited experience or new to Photoshop or computerbased photo editing. Camera not required.

(01) 059804 Thompson A       T               8/25/14-12/12/14      5:30pm-9:55pm          4104B                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Learn how to hand-build, throw, and glaze at Ohlone. We offer many great courses. ART-121A and ART-121B Introductory Ceramics I and II ART-122A and ART-122B Ceramics Throwing I and II ART-123 and ART-124 Ceramic Decorating and Advanced Ceramic Decorating

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ART-139A Beginning Digital Photography Cross-referenced Course: GA-169A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ART-138A and ENGL-151A Shoot creative projects, look at photos, discuss photography and the creative process with others sharing your interest.

(01) 059805 Mueller P            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-10:05am         4104B                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +4.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 059806 Mueller P                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +7.90 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059807 Mueller P                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +7.90 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

ART-147 Photography/Graphic Arts newspaper Staff Cross-referenced Course: JOUR-147 Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-106A or ART-133A Students produce photos/graphics for publication using digital techniques. Students produce two photos/graphics per issue.

(01) 059808 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310

ART-148 Photography/Graphic Arts newspaper Staff Cross-referenced Course: JOUR-148 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-106A or ART-133A Students produce photos/graphics for publication using digital techniques. This course reserved for managers and editors.

(01) 059809 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

ART-150A Interior Design Concepts Cross-referenced Course: ID-150A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Demonstrations and application of techniques used by professional interior designers.

(01) 059810 Ogden D              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:10pm      4104B (02) 059811 Dye J                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:50am         4104B

ART-153 history of Decorative Arts Cross-referenced Course: ID-153 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Furniture decoration, styles related to architecture, and decorative arts from ancient to present.

(01) 061020 Ogden D              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm          4104B

ART-158 Textiles Cross-referenced Course: ID-158 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Fundamentals of textiles as related to contemporary interior design.

(01) 061019 Rogers B              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:30pm             4304

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ART-160A Computer Graphics I Cross-referenced Course: GA-160A Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC An introduction to computers and computer-generated graphics.

(01) 059816 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:35pm      HH-209

ART-160B Computer Graphics II Cross-referenced Course: GA-160B Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-160A or GA-160A Intermediate and advanced skills needed to operate a computer graphics work station.

(01) 059817 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:35pm      HH-209

ART-161A Digital Graphics I Cross-referenced Course: GA-161A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Overview of computer graphics on desktop computers.

(01) 059818 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:15pm        HH-209

ART-161B Digital Graphics II Cross-referenced Course: GA-161B Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: ART-161A or GA-161A Intermediate and advanced skills needed to operate a digital graphics work station and publish on the Web.

(01) 059819 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:15pm        HH-209

ART-201 Special Projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU; Granting of UC transfer credit is contingent on review of the course outline by the UC campus |  Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor.

(01) 059820 Mueller P                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              4316

Astronomy ASTR-101A General Astronomy of the Solar System Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: MATH-151 and ASTR-102 Introduction to the astronomy of the solar system.

(01) 059848 Wegryn E            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-7:35pm             NP-3

ASTR-101B General Astronomy Beyond the Solar System Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ASTR-102 Introduction to the astronomy beyond the solar system.

(01) 062468 Wegryn E            M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC1224

ASTR-102 General Astronomy lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Corequisite: ASTR-101A or ASTR-101B |  Advisory: MATH-151 Introduction to the methods and fundamentals of astronomy through inquiry and experiments.

(01) 059849 Wegryn E            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:50pm-9:25pm             NP-3

The following courses are primarily for intercollegiate athletics. Please  see  Pe for  physical  activity  courses  or  KIn (Kinesiology)  for  theory courses related to exercise science, wellness, and sports medicine. These  classes  are  recommended  for  Ohlone  College  intercollegiate student athletes. K-12 students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL classes. AThl-101A4 Functional Sports Performance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For the student athlete to better prepare for the on-coming season of sport. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061255 TBA                      MTWThF  8/25/14-10/3/14        1:15pm-2:25pm             9109                                                         MTWThF  8/25/14-10/3/14        2:30pm-4:30pm             GYM (02) 061256 Allender J            MTWThF  8/25/14-10/3/14        3:15pm-4:25pm             9109                                                         MTWThF  8/25/14-10/3/14        4:30pm-6:30pm             GYM

AThl-110A3 Sport Specific Training Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical check within the last year Improve  neuromuscular  coordination  and  agility.  Course  designed  for intercollegiate-level athletes. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059851 Kendall E             MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm          9104B This class is recommended for intercollegiate waterpolo players.

AThl-120A3 Cross Training for the Athlete Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Medical clearance within the last year Conditioning class for the off-season athlete. Focused on exploring new and alternate forms of body improvement. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059853 Runyon D            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm          9104B This class is recommended for intercollegiate softball players. (02) 059854 Curran M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             9109 This class is recommended for intercollegiate baseball players.

AThl-220 Intercollegiate Volleyball, Women Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate volleyball and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059855 Penaflor J            MTWThF  8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:35pm           GYM Intercollegiate athletic team.

AThl-222 Intercollegiate Soccer, Women Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate women’s soccer and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059856 Heslin L               MTWThF  8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:35pm                ICP Intercollegiate athletic team.

AThl-223 Intercollegiate Soccer, Men Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate men’s soccer and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059857 Nordmo J            MTWThF  8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-5:05pm       CP-SOCF  Intercollegiate athletic team.

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AThl-224 Intercollegiate Waterpolo, Women Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate women’s water polo and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059858 TBA                      MTWThF  8/25/14-11/26/14      3:00pm-5:30pm            POOL Intercollegiate athletic team.

AThl-225 Intercollegiate Waterpolo, Men Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate men’s water polo and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 059859 Kendall E             MTWThF  8/25/14-11/26/14      2:00pm-4:30pm            POOL Intercollegiate athletic team.

AThl-226A Intercollegiate Basketball I, Women Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate women’s basketball and who have met departmental specifications Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061253 Allender J            MTWThF  10/6/14-12/12/14      4:30pm-6:35pm             GYM

AThl-227A Intercollegiate Basketball I, Men Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate men’s basketball and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061254 TBA                      MTWThF  10/6/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:35pm             GYM

AThl-250 Intercollegiate Softball Prep, Women Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061251 Runyon D            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:40pm               SBF

AThl-251 Intercollegiate Baseball Prep, Men Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 061252 Curran M            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:35pm               BBF

Biology BIOl-101A Principles of Biology – Molecular and Cellular Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-101A |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; BIOL-130 Introduction  to  biological  principles  with  emphasis  on  cell  and  molecular biology.

(01) 059899 Baxter J               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:55pm            FP-14                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:10am-12:05pm           8323 (02) 059900 Baxter J               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:55pm            FP-14                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-4:55pm             8323

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BIOl-103A human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: Completion within past three years of BIOL-130 and CHEM-109 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Functional  cell  biology  of  skin,  skeletal,  muscles,  nervous,  endocrine  and reproductive systems. Cadaver dissection.

(01) 059901 Kauffman M       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-10:25am           2133                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-2:10pm           8314 (02) 059902 Kauffman M       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-10:25am           2133                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-2:10pm           8314 (03) 059903 Kauffman M       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-10:25am           2133                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           8314 (04) 061115 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm          FP-17                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-5:10pm             8314 (05) 061135 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm          FP-17                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-5:10pm             8314

BIOl-103B human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: BIOL-103A Human cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiration, renal, and digestive systems. Cadaver dissection.

(01) 059904 Kauffman M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-17                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8314 (02) 059905 Kauffman M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-17                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           8314

BIOl-104 Basic human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Structure/function of organ systems in human body in the context of human health. Not appropriate for health science majors.

(01) 059906 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm            FP-17                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             8314 (02) 061136 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm            FP-17                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      5:30pm-7:05pm             8314

BIOl-105 heredity, evolution, and Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 This course covers genetics and evolution, with an emphasis on the human aspect of both subjects.

(01) 059907 Jensen M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am           NP-3 (02) 059908 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm              FP-5 (03) 059909 Watanabe J        W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC1222

BIOl-106 Microbiology Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: BIOL-130 and CHEM-109 Emphasizes the medical significance of microorganisms, microbial control, and aseptic technique.

(01) 059910 Finney A              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:25pm-2:05pm          FP-14                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           8304 (02) 059911 Finney A              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:25pm-2:05pm          FP-14                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:20pm-5:30pm             8304 (03) 059912 Finney A              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:25pm-2:05pm          FP-14                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-2:10pm           8304 (04) 062469 TBA                      M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             6204                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             8304

Did you know??? Ohlone College’s name honors the Ohlone Indians of the Costanoan tribe, also known as “the people of the West,” who lived in the Fremont and Newark areas. The Ohlones were distinguished by peaceful pursuits, especially in agriculture, and they held profound reverence for the earth, believing it was theirs for living and not for the taking. Please see page 28 for classroom location key. Shaded class listing designates evening sections. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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BIOl-107 Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biology of micro-organisms, their relationship to disease, their control, and the human defense system.

(01) 059913 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:45pm-6:20pm              FP-2

BIOl-109 Biology of Sexual Reproduction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Anatomy, physiology, and behavioral aspects of sexual reproduction.

(01) 059916 Johnston G         S                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-1:05pm        NC2120 (02) 059917 Johnston G         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:40pm-3:15pm             3201

BIOl-130 Introduction to Biology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Introduction to biology for non-science majors.

(01) 059919 Watanabe J        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-12:55pm      NC1224 (02) 059920 Barnby M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             3201                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-3:40pm           8323 (03) 059921 Barnby M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             3201                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           8323 (04) 059922 Barnby M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             3201                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           8323 (05) 059923 Barnby M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             3201                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-3:40pm           8323 (06) 059924 Barnby M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             3201                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-4:10pm             8323 (07) 059925 Eneigho J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:00pm-5:35pm            FP-14                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             8323 (08) 059926 Eneigho J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:00pm-5:35pm            FP-14                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             8323 (09) 059927 Lee M                  MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      5:15pm-6:50pm             3201                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm           8323 (10) 059928 Lee M                  MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      5:15pm-6:50pm             3201                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:35pm           8323 (11) 059929 Jensen M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:05pm          FP-16                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           8323

BIOl-142 environmental Biology Cross-referenced Course: enVS-142 Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biology of organismal interactions and distribution, human environmental impact, and conservation of natural resources.

(01) 059932 Watanabe J        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC1224                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-3:35pm     NC1224

Biotechnology BIOT-100 Biotechnology and Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to biotechnology, including medical, agricultural, and forensics applications

(01) 059933 Land K                 M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC1222

BIOT-104A hPlC Cross-referenced Course: ChMT-104A Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) An  introduction  to  HPLC  instrumentation  which  is  used  to  analyze  the composition of substances.

(01) 059934 Wehr C                T               8/26/14-10/14/14      6:00pm-9:15pm        NC2412

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BIOT-105 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: MATH-151 and ENGL-151B Basic biotech concepts and hands-on lab research methods for students who may have no science background.

(01) 059935 Sharma N            S                8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-12:55pm      NC2418                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2418 (02) 059936 Issel-Tarver L      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:05am-11:40am    NC2418                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:40pm     NC2418

BIOT-110A DnA and Protein Purification and Analysis Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-105 or BIOL-101A DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis emphasizes hands-on laboratory skills and techniques in recombinant DNA techniques, and in the purification and analysis of proteins.

(01) 061218 Barnby M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-11:25am      NC2418 (02) 061219 Sharma N            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:25pm        NC2418

BIOT-111A Genomic and cDnA library Construction and Analysis

Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOL-101A or BIOT-110A Laboratory course in construction and analysis of genomic and cDNA libraries.

(01) 059943 Baxter J               T               8/26/14-10/14/14      5:30pm-9:45pm             8201

BIOT-111B PCR Primer Design and Optimization and Reverse Transcription

Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-110A2, BIOT-111A, or BIOL-101A Special topics in PCR: Primer design and optimization, rt-PCR techniques.

(01) 059944 Baxter J               T               10/21/14-12/9/14      5:30pm-9:45pm             8201

BIOT-112 Introduction to Bioinformatics Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A and MATH-151 Introduction  to  computational  techniques  to  solve  biological  problems. Exploring  biological  databases  and  web-based  tools  to  perform  biological sequences analysis and protein structure prediction.

(01) 059945 Xu M                    F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-1:15pm        NC2122

BIOT-113 GMP/GlP and Writing SOP’s Unit(s): 1.50 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-105 This course trains students in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in biotechnology, and in writing SOPs.

(01) 061118 Chan W               T               8/26/14-10/14/14      6:30pm-9:45pm        NC2122

BIOT-115A Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-105 or BIOL-101A Mammalian  cell  culture  concepts  and  laboratory  techniques  for  biomanufacturing.

(01) 059948 Pandya D             MW          10/1/14-11/3/14        10:30am-2:20pm      NC2424 (02) 059949 Pandya D             MTh         8/25/14-9/29/14        5:30pm-9:20pm        NC2424

BIOT-115B Bioreactor Cell Culture Techniques Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-115A Animal cell culture concepts and bioreactor cell culture techniques for biomanufacturing.

(01) 059950 Parampalli A       MTh         10/2/14-11/3/14        6:00pm-10:05pm     NC2424 (02) 059951 Parampalli A       MTh         11/6/14-12/11/14      6:00pm-10:05pm     NC2424

BIOT-117 Immunology Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-105 or BIOL-101A A course on immunology and its biotechnological applications.

(01) 059952 Pandya D             MW          11/5/14-12/8/14        10:30am-2:20pm      NC2424

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BIOT-119 Clean Room Operations Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BIOT-105 or BIOL-101A This course provides background and training for clean room operations.

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BRDC-123A Radio Operations I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction  to  and  participation  in  the  technical  operation  of  a  radio broadcast facility.

(01) 059953 Mead R               W              9/10/14-10/8/14        6:00pm-9:20pm        NC2424 (02) 059954 Mead R               W              10/15/14-11/12/14    6:00pm-9:20pm        NC2424

(01) 059963 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      1:40pm-2:40pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week          SC-234

BIOT-121 Biotechnology Careers Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A and MATH-151 An in-depth view of the emerging technical careers in biotechnology.

BRDC-123B Radio Operations II Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Participation in technical operation of KOHL radio. Refinement of concepts introduced in BRDC-123A.

(01) 059955 Sharma N            M              8/25/14-9/29/14        5:30pm-8:50pm        NC2119

BIOT-143 Advanced SAS Programming Cross-referenced Course: CS-143 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: BIOT-133/CS-133 Advanced topics in SAS programming, including macro programming and SQL procedure. Preparation to take a globally recognized certificate exam, Base SAS Certification.

(01) 059958 Xu M                    W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        HH-209

BIOT-203 Special Projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU; Granting of UC transfer credit is contingent on review of the course outline by the UC campus | Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor.

(01) 059959 Issel-Tarver L                        8/25/14-12/12/14      +10.20 hrs/week            8314 Students  should  contact  the  instructor  at  lissel-tarver@ohlone.edu  for  more information. (02) 059960 TBA                                        8/25/14-12/12/14      +10.20 hrs/week            8314

(01) 059964 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:55pm-3:55pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-124 Broadcast Internships Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Student internship at Bay Area broadcast stations to learn various aspects of the business.

(01) 059965 Briseno T                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +11.30 hrs/week        SC-234 Students must contact the instructor at tbriseno@ohlone.edu or call 510-659-6422 during the first week of the semester in order to verify internship criteria.

BRDC-127A Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059966 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:55pm-3:55pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-127B Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL Radio as the operational lab.

(01) 059967 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:55pm-3:55pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week          SC-234

Broadcasting BRDC-110 Digital Video for Web and DVD Cross-referenced Course: MM-110 Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: MM-102A Learn  to  shoot  and  edit  digital  video  for  You  Tube,  websites,  and  DVD. Camcorder is not required.

(01) 059961 Reichert I            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:45pm-4:50pm        HH-116                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.20 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

BRDC-120 Introduction to electronic Media Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU The development and nature of the electronic media: social, economic, and cultural implications.

BRDC-127C Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059968 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:55pm-3:55pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-127D Radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab.

(01) 059969 Briseno T             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      2:55pm-3:55pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-128 Radio Programming and Marketing Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Overview  of  radio  programming  methods,  strategies,  promotion  and evaluation.

(01) 059970 Adamic R            W              8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:35pm         SC-234

(01) 059962 Briseno T             Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-4:20pm         SC-234

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BRDC-130 Broadcast Announcing Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Personality, voice control, pronunciation, and related skills for radio and TV.

(01) 059971 Taylor S               T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm         SC-234                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week          SC-234

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BRDC-155 Mass Media and Society Cross-referenced Course: JOUR-155 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Basics of how mass communication works. For both media majors and media consumers. C-ID JOUR 100

(01) 059979 Parks W               MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:15am            FP-4

BRDC-134 Final Cut Pro editing Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU The basics of editing a television story using Final Cut Pro non-linear editing.

BRDC-203 Special Projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Research or special study determined in consultation with instructor; contact instructor for space availability.

(01) 059972 Ahmed N            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-2:35pm      HH-116

(01) 059980 Briseno T                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week          SC-234

BRDC-135 Final Cut Pro Suite – Master Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Advanced editing techniques using Final Cut Pro.

Business Administration

(01) 059973 Ahmed N            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-2:35pm      HH-116

BRDC-136 Digital Video and lighting Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU The basics of shooting and lighting a video story using professional video cameras.

(01) 059974 Moore W            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-2:05pm       SC-173

BRDC-141 live TV newscast Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Producing a live newscast. Students write, report, anchor, shoot and edit video for a weekly live newscast.

(01) 059975 Schechner W      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm         SC-173

BRDC-148 live Television Production Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Students train to run studio cameras, teleprompter, switcher, and technical skills for broadcast television.

(01) 059977 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm         SC-163

BRDC-152 Film and Video Production Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: BRDC-134, BRDC-135, BRDC-138, BRDC-144 Advanced film and video production techniques.

(01) 059978 Iriarte L               S                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-5:30pm          SC-163                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +0.80 hrs/week          SC-163 Mandatory  demonstration  lab  will  be  held  on  two  Sundays  to  fulfill  lab  by arrangement hours. Dates are to be determined.

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BA-101A Financial Accounting Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Theory, procedures, practices relating to financial accounting. C-ID ACCT 110

(01) 059864 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:40am-11:25am           NP-1 (02) 059865 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:05am-12:50pm         NP-4 (03) 059866 Andrews J           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:15pm        NC2106 (04) 059867 Andrews J           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:15pm             NP-4 (05) 059868 Hancock L           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-9:45pm              FP-6 (06) 059869 Andrews J           W              8/27/14-8/27/14        12:00pm-1:15pm     NC2100                                                         W              9/10/14-9/10/14        12:00pm-1:15pm     NC2100                                                         W              10/8/14-10/8/14        12:00pm-1:15pm     NC2100                                                         W              11/19/14-11/19/14    12:00pm-1:15pm     NC2100                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.30 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. This class will have three proctored, on-campus exams (two midterms and a final).

BA-101B Managerial Accounting Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: BA-101A Analyzing and interpreting accounting data to aid management. C-ID ACCT 120

(01) 059870 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-12:45pm         NP-3 (02) 061109 Exner T                TW           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:00pm-6:45pm        NC2309 (03) 059871 Yoshikawa R       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             NP-3

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BA-102A Principles of economics-Macroeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Covers supply and demand, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, unemployment, and international economics. C-ID ECON 202

(01) 059872 Bolt C                   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:10pm-3:45pm             6107 (02) 059873 Bolt C                   M              9/15/14-9/15/14        6:00pm-8:00pm             6107                                                         M              10/6/14-10/6/14        6:00pm-8:00pm             6107                                                         M              10/27/14-11/3/14      6:00pm-8:00pm             6107                                                         M              12/1/14-12/1/14        6:00pm-8:00pm             6107                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.80 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (03) 059874 Mosleh T             W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-8:00pm             6107                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.80 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (04) 059875 Bolt C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (05) 059876 Bolt C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (06) 059877 Mosleh T                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BA-102B Principles of economics-Microeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Topics include supply and demand, market structure, pricing policies, labor, elasticity, public goods, and environmental policy. C-ID ECON 201

(01) 059881 Mosleh T             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am      NC2106 (02) 059878 McQuirk J           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:55am-11:30am           4201 (03) 059880 Mosleh T                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 059879 Mosleh T                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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BA-104 Computer Applications in Accounting Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: BA-101A This course covers the application of accounting theory and analysis on the computer using spreadsheet software.

(01) 059882 Arellano R                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.70 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BA-105 Income Tax Principles Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-162 Principles, procedures, and terminology of income taxes on individual returns.

(01) 059883 Cohen R              W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-10:15pm          FP-14 (02) 061106 Rodrigues L         M              8/25/14-8/25/14        6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              9/8/14-9/8/14             6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              9/22/14-9/22/14        6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              10/6/14-10/6/14        6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              10/20/14-10/20/14    6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              11/3/14-11/3/14        6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                         M              11/17/14-11/17/14    6:00pm-10:15pm         NP-12                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.60 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

BA-115 Career Communication Cross-referenced Course: SPCh-115 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Emphasis on all aspects of career communication: interviewing, presentations, and team building.

(01) 059884 Ebrat M               S                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-1:35pm        NC2123

BA-116 Business english and Communication Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Review of English grammar and development of writing skills from a business approach.

(01) 059885 Yoshikawa R       M              8/25/14-12/12/14      5:30pm-9:45pm        NC2102                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +0.70 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

BA-121A Developing your Business Plan Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Business plan elements will be covered; financial statements, marketing, and competitive strategies.

(01) 059886 Nance C               S                9/20/14-9/27/14        8:00am-12:15pm      NC2308

BA-121B legal Aspects of Small Business Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Legal aspects of starting and operating a small business.

(01) 059887 Nance C               S                9/20/14-9/27/14        1:00pm-5:15pm        NC2308

Did you know??? The term “community college” was first used by President Harry Truman in 1947 in a study he commissioned on higher education. The idea of community colleges appealed to the President, and his administration began to put in place mechanisms to foster the growth of such institutions around the country. Source: American Association of Community Colleges Please see page 28 for classroom location key. Shaded class listing designates evening sections. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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BA-123 Math for Accounting and Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and MATH-151 Methods  of  problem  interpretation  and  solving  of  common  business calculations.

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BA-125 Introduction to Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Purposes, organization, and major activities of business operations in a global economy. C-ID BUS 110

(01) 059982 Ver Haar M         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             6107                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.60 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

(01) 059888 Hancock L           F                8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm            FP-3

(01) 059889 Bolt C                   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm          FP-4 (02) 059890 Holtzclaw S         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             5301 Web enhanced; this class will have three online exams. Exams will be given on September 17, October 15, and November 12. (03) 059891 Hatter A                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 059892 Bolt C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BA-136 Introduction to International Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU An introductory course covering all aspects of international business.

(01) 059893 Nance C                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BA-139 Psychology in the Workplace Cross-referenced Course: PSy-139 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A and PSY-101 Psychology  applied  to  the  workplace:  communication,  stress,  teamwork, motivation, diversity, leadership, and personality.

(01) 059894 Daniels S             Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm              FP-8

BA-141A Business law Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A The study of the legal environment, ethics, sustainability, contracts, agency, sales law, and real estate law. C-ID BUS 125

(01) 059895 Ver Haar M         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-11:05am           6204 (02) 059896 Bierman D                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 059897 Bierman D                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 059898 Bierman D                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BSM-101 Fundamentals of Supervision Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B This course provides an overview of supervisory principles and practices.

BSM-106 Communication for Supervisors Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Workplace  communications:  verbal,  written,  body  language,  listening, presentations, and conducting meetings.

(01) 059983 Webb E                                 8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

BSM-108 leadership in Organizations Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Principles of leadership including motivation, decision making, coaching, and legal regulations.

(01) 059984 Webb E                                 8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Chemical Technology ChMT-104A hPlC Cross-referenced Course: BIOT-104A Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) An  introduction  to  HPLC  instrumentation  which  is  used  to  analyze  the composition of substances.

(01) 060020 Wehr C                T               8/26/14-10/14/14      6:00pm-9:15pm        NC2412

Chemistry CheM-101A General Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-102 and MATH-152, or satisfactory performance on the Chemistry Placement Test at Ohlone College |  Advisory: CAOT-150 First half of general college chemistry series for science, pre-medical, and preengineering majors. C-ID CHEM 110; CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S

(01) 059998 Grant M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             3201                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:45pm-5:55pm               16A (02) 059999 Grant M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             3201                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:25pm             16A (03) 060001 Grant M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             3201                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-1:10pm             16A (04) 060000 Cain J                   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      5:25pm-7:05pm            FP-16                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:15pm-10:25pm             16A

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CheM-101B General Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-101A For science oriented, pre-professional health, and pre-engineering students. C-ID CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S

(01) 062470 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      5:15pm-6:50pm            FP-30                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-4:55pm               16A (02) 060002 Voloshko L          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      5:15pm-6:50pm            FP-30                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm             16A

CheM-102 Preparation for General Chemistry Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-151 Preparatory course for Chemistry 101A. Emphasis on problem solving and mathematical calculations.

(01) 060003 Srinivasan A        MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      12:55pm-1:55pm          FP-14                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:25pm             16D (02) 060004 Srinivasan A        MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      12:55pm-1:55pm          FP-14                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:25pm             16D (03) 060005 Spencer B           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC2106                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:25pm      NC2412 (04) 060006 Spencer B           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC2106                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:25pm      NC2412 (05) 060007 Symmank B        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-7:35pm              FP-6                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45pm-9:20pm               16D (06) 060008 Symmank B        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-7:35pm              FP-6                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:35pm               16D (07) 062471 TBA                      S                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-1:50pm             NP-1                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-5:10pm        NC2412

Biochemistry for health Science and Biotechnology CheM-109

Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-151 Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology; topics include inorganic, organic and biochemistry. Does not meet the prerequisite for Chemistry 101A.

(01) 060010 Guha N                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2106                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:50pm        NC2412 (02) 060011 Guha N                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2106                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:25pm        NC2412 (03) 060012 Slobodov I          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2106                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm      NC2412 (04) 060013 Slobodov I          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2106                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm      NC2412 (05) 060014 Fronko R             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2100                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2412 (06) 060015 Fronko R             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2100                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2412

CheM-112A Organic Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CHEM-101B Organic  chemistry  for  science  majors,  pre-professional  health,  and  preengineering students.

(01) 060016 Ganguly A           MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-1:30pm        ��� FP-16                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:30am-10:15am             16D                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-12:30pm        FP-16 (02) 060017 Ganguly A           MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-1:30pm          FP-16                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:20am-1:05pm             16D                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-12:30pm        FP-16

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Chicano/latino Studies ChS-102A Chicana/o history I Cross-referenced Course: hIST-102A Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Covers the history of Chicanas and Chicanos from Pre-Colombian times to 1850.

(01) 061137 De Unamuno R     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-3:35pm        NC2119

Chinese ChIn-101A elementary Mandarin Chinese I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to Mandarin Chinese. Students will acquire listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.

(01) 060018 Mao W                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:05am            FP-7                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060019 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm          4104A

Communication Studies COMM-100 Introduction to Communication Theory Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Introduction to communication theory and research. C-ID COMM 180

(01) 060059 Ahntholz B          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am          FP-16 (02) 060060 Favela L               W              8/27/14-8/27/14        6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              9/10/14-9/10/14        6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              9/24/14-9/24/14        6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              10/8/14-10/8/14        6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              10/22/14-10/22/14    6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              11/12/14-11/12/14    6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                         W              12/3/14-12/3/14        6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2121                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.90 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

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Computer Applications and Occupational Technology CAOT-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CS-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-101 Learn  Word  documents,  spreadsheets,  database  programs,  presentation graphics, and program information manager software.

(01) 059986 Sibley C               Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2122 (02) 059985 Sibley C                                 8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CAOT-148 Computer Applications in Biotechnology Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) |  Corequisite: BIOT-105 This course introduces basic computer skills needed to perform tasks required in an introductory Biotechnology course.

(01) 059992 Sibley C                                 9/8/14-10/20/14        +3.10 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CS-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CAOT-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-101 Learn  Word  documents,  spreadsheets,  database  programs,  presentation graphics, and program information manager software.

(01) 060067 Arellano R           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2122 (02) 060066 Arellano R                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB

CS-102 Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++ Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 |  Advisory: CS-101 or CNET-101 An introduction to computer programming using the C++ language for students with no programming experience. Intended for CS and related majors.

(01) 060069 Sha R                   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00am-9:50am        NC2309 Web-enhanced class. Students must have Internet access.  (02) 060068 Topham D           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00am-9:50am        NC2308 Web-enhanced class. Students must have Internet access.  (03) 060070 Fang X                  M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        HH-209                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CS-113 Discrete Mathematics for Computers Cross-referenced Course: MATh-163 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-188 |  Advisory: MATH-101A and MATH-101B This course is an introduction to discrete mathematics and its applications in computer science.

(01) 060071 Topham D           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:50am      NC2308

Cross-referenced Course: CneT-101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems.

(01) 060969 Gao Y                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-6:10pm        NC2308 (02) 060061 Gao Y                   Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-6:10pm        NC2308 (03) 060063 Fang X                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 060064 Grotegut R                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (05) 060062 Fang X                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (06) 060065 Fang X                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (07) 060955 Fang X                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-116 Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CS-102 This intermediate-level programming course presents a comprehensive study of C++ as an object-oriented language.

(01) 060072 Topham D           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm        NC2318                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm        NC2318

CS-118 Introduction to Assembly language Programming Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CS-102 Introduction to assembly language for Intel-based computers.

(01) 060073 Topham D           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:50pm        NC2308

CS-124 Programming With Data Structures Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: CS-102 An introduction to data structures using an object-oriented language such as C++. C-ID COMP 132

(01) 060958 Fang X                  MF            8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:30pm              FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CS-125 Introduction to Programming Using Java Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-101 or CNET-101 An introduction to computer programming using Java, for students with no programming experience. C-ID COMP 112

(01) 060074 Gao Y                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CS-137 Introduction to SQl Cross-referenced Course: CneT-137 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU An introduction to Oracle relational database concepts and SQL.

(01) 060076 Shaarani F           M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-10:05pm     NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060077 Shaarani F                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-143 Advanced SAS Programming Cross-referenced Course: BIOT-143 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: BIOT-133/CS-133 Advanced topics in SAS programming, including macro programming and SQL procedure. Preparation to take a globally recognized certificate exam, Base SAS Certification.

(01) 060078 Xu M                    W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        HH-209

CS-146 Introduction to UnIX/linux Cross-referenced Course: CneT-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-150 Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI.

(01) 061110 Grotegut R          M              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060079 Grotegut R                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.70 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-147 UnIX/linux Shell Scripting Cross-referenced Course: CneT-147 Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-102 Basic  shell  commands:  grep,  sed,  awk;  decision-making  constructs;  flow control. Bourne, C, Korn, Bash shells.

(01) 061112 White G                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CS-170 Java Programming Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-102 and CS-125 This intermediate-level programming course presents a study of Java and object-oriented programming concepts and skills.

(01) 060082 Gao Y                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm              FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060083 Gao Y                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CS-173 Java ee Programming Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-170 An introduction to Java EE and EJB with emphasis in business applications and Web Services.

(01) 061103 Pham J                 S                8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-12:35pm      NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CS-174 Mobile App Programming in Android Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: CS-125 Intermediate-level programming course that presents study of concepts and skills of mobile app programming in Android.

(01) 061099 Pham J                 W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm              FP-3                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CS-175 From JavaScript to AJAX Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-101 Learn to use JavaScript, the glue between Web interactivity tools today.

(01) 060954 Degallier J                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CS-149 PeRl Programming Cross-referenced Course: CneT-149 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-102 Introduction to PERL programming used for system administration and the Web.

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CS-151 Internet for Research Cross-referenced Course: lS-151 Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-151A This course focuses on finding and evaluating information on the Internet for academic research.

(01) 061213 Gao Y                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-6:10pm        NC2308 (02) 060022 Gao Y                   Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-6:10pm        NC2308 (03) 060024 Fang X                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (Continued on next page.)

(01) 060952 Degallier J                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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Cross-referenced Course: CS-101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems.

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CneT-105 IT essentials (Comp TIA A+) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Fundamentals of computer hardware and software, advanced concepts in security,  networking,  and  the  responsibilities  of  an  ICT  professional. Preparation for CompTIA’s A+ certification.

(01) 060027 TBA                      ThF           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2308

CneT-114 how Technology Works Cross-referenced Course: enGI-114 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Experiment with everyday technology to discover principles of science and engineering.

(01) 060028 Swift L                 T               8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm           8104                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CneT-120 VMware: Install, Configure, Manage Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU This  hands-on  training  course  explores  installation,  configuration,  and management of VMware vSphere.

(01) 060029 TBA                      Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2318 This class will be using the ESXi 5.1 version. (02) 060030 TBA                                        8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. This class will be using the ESXi 5.1 version.

CneT-122A Information Storage and Management – eMC Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU EMC  – Information  Storage  and  Management:  storing,  managing,  and protecting digital information.

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CneT-122B Cloud Infrastructure and Services Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-122A Gain  a  broad  understanding  of  the  transition  from  classic  data  center,  to virtualized data center, to the cloud. Prepare for the Cloud Infrastructure and Services Associate (EMCCIS) Certification.

(01) 060946 Wong W                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-124A Virtual Desktop Administration – Citrix Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU This course is intended for students seeking the skills necessary to effectively centralize and manage virtual desktops.

(01) 060947 Huang Y              T               8/26/14-10/14/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2308                                                                                                                  +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CneT-124B Virtual Application Administration – Citrix Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU This course is for students seeking the skills to centralize and manage virtual applications using Citrix’s XenApp.

(01) 061113 Huang Y              T               10/14/14-12/9/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2308                                                                           10/14/14-12/9/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

CneT-135 Oracle Database Administration Architecture and Administration

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Manage  an  Oracle  Database  instance,  configure  the  Oracle  Network Environment, and perform database maintenance.

(01) 060031 Shaarani F           W              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm        NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week         NC2309

CneT-137 Introduction to SQl Cross-referenced Course: CS-137 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU An introduction to Oracle relational database concepts and SQL.

(01) 060033 Shaarani F           M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-10:05pm     NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Portions of the class will be conducted online. Students must have   Internet access. Class is conducted through Ohlone’s Distance Education and Oracle Academic Program. Contact instructor Faysal Shaarani at fshaarani@ohlone.edu for       any questions. (02) 060034 Shaarani F                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through      Ohlone’s Distance Education and Oracle Academic Program. Contact instructor Faysal Shaarani at fshaarani@ohlone.edu for any questions.

CneT-140 linux System Administration (lPI-1) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-146 Introduction to Linux system administration and preparation for the Linux+ exam.

(01) 061044 Yakin F                 T               8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         NC2309

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CneT-141 linux System Administration II (lPI-2) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-140 Advanced study of Linux system administration and preparation for the LPI-2 exam.

(01) 061045 Yakin F                 Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         NC2309

CneT-146 Introduction to UnIX/linux Cross-referenced Course: CS-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-150 Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI.

(01) 060948 Grotegut R          M              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060039 Grotegut R                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.70 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-147 UnIX/linux Shell Scripting Cross-referenced Course: CS-147 Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-102 Basic  shell  commands:  grep,  sed,  awk;  decision-making  constructs;  flow control. Bourne, C, Korn, Bash shells.

(01) 061111 White G                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-149 PeRl Programming Cross-referenced Course: CS-149 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: CS-102 Introduction to PERL programming used for system administration and the Web.

(01) 060957 Degallier J                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-155A Introduction to networks (CCnA1) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CS-152 or CNET-152; CNET-150 Networking terminology, protocols standards, cabling. Preparation for CCENT and CCNA.

(01) 060042 Grotegut R          T               8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through  Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department      Coordinator, Richard Grotegut, at rgrotegut@ohlone.edu for any questions. (02) 060043 Grotegut R                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through      Ohlone’s Distance Education and Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department  Coordinator,  Richard  Grotegut,  at  rgrotegut@ohlone.edu  for  any questions.

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CneT-155B Routing and Switching essentials (CCnA2) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Router operation and principles of routing and routing protocols. Preparation for CCNA.

(01) 060044 Bedic Babic D     Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through  Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be  conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department      Coordinator, Richard Grotegut, at rgrotegut@ohlone.edu for any questions. (02) 060045 Bedic Babic D                       8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through      Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department Coordinator, Richard Grotegut, at rgrotegut@ohlone.edu for any questions.

CneT-156A Scaling networks (CCnA3) Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-155A and CNET-155B Students  learn  how  to  configure  routers  and  switches  for  advanced functionality.  One  of  the  four  courses  that  prepares  students  for  CCNA certification.

(01) 060046 Bedic Babic D     W              8/25/14-10/15/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-10/15/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through  Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department      instructor  dbedic-babic@ohlone.edu  for  any  questions.  Mandatory  meeting  on August 27, 2014 at 7:00pm in NC2315 on the Newark campus.

CneT-156B Connecting networks (CCnA4) Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-155A, CNET-155B, and CNET-156A WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. Final of the four courses that prepares students for CCNA certification.

(01) 060047 Bedic Babic D     W              10/22/14-12/12/14    7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2315                                                                           10/22/14-12/12/14    +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through  Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department      instructor, Danijela Bedic-Babic, at dbedic-babic@ohlone.edu for any questions. Mandatory meeting on October 22, 2014 at 7:00pm in NC2315 on the Newark campus.

CneT-160A Microsoft Client Operating Systems Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn to set up and support the Windows client operating system. Preparation for certification.

(01) 060048 Smith D               M              8/25/14-10/13/14      6:30pm-10:05pm     NC2308                                                                           8/25/14-10/13/14      +3.40 hrs/week         NC2308

CneT-160B Microsoft Desktop Support Technician Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-160A Prepare for the Enterprise Desktop Support Technician (EDST) professional credential.

(01) 060049 Smith D               M              10/20/14-12/12/14    7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2308                                                                           10/20/14-12/12/14    +3.40 hrs/week         NC2308

CneT-162 Windows Server Installation and Configuration Administration

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-105 and CNET-160A Set up Windows 2012, implement Active Directory, issue IP address leases, perform name resolutions, configure AppLocker and Windows Firewalls.

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CneT-164 Windows Server Administration Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Deploy, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows 2012 Server. Prepare for certification.

(01) 060051 Huang Y              W              8/25/14-12/12/14      8:40pm-10:10pm     NC2308                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week         NC2306

CneT-166 Windows Server Advanced Services Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-162 and CNET-164 Learn to set up and support the Microsoft Windows Server operating system. Preparation for certification.

(01) 060052 Huang Y                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-167 Microsoft exchange Server Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn to monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2013. Prepare for certification.

(01) 061108 Huang Y                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-168A Querying Microsoft SQl Server Database Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn  to  write  basic  Transact-SQL  queries  for  Microsoft  SQL  Server  2012. Prepare for certification.

(01) 060054 Huang Y                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through      Ohlone’s  Microsoft  IT  Academy  Program.  Please  contact  CNET  Department Coordinator, Richard Grotegut, at rgrotegut@ohlone.edu for any questions.

CneT-168B Administering Microsoft SQl Server Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-168A Learn  the  knowledge  and  skills  to  maintain  a  Microsoft  SQL  Server  2012 database. Prepare for certification.

(01) 061061 Huang Y                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-168C Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQl Server

Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn the knowledge and skills to implement a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Prepare for certification.

(01) 061062 Huang Y                                8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CneT-170 network Security (Security+) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Comprehensive  overview  of  network  security.  Preparation  for  Security+ certification.

(01) 060055 Dharmarajan C                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

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CneT-180 IP Telephony and VoIP Implementation Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: CNET-155A, CNET-155B, CNET-156A, CNET-156B Introduction to the convergence and application of IP Telephony and VoIP.

(01) 060949 Bedic Babic D     M              8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm     NC2318

CneT-184 Advanced Switching (CCnP SWITCh) Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Multi-layer  switching  technologies  using  LAN  configuration  routing. Preparation for CCNP.

(01) 060057 Bedic Babic D     T               8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm        NC2318                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.10 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid  class.  Students  must  have  Internet  access.  Class  is  conducted  through  Ohlone’s Regional Cisco Network Academy Program. Portions of the class will be  conducted through Cisco’s Netacad Web site. Please contact CNET Department      instructor, Danijela Bedic-Babic, at dbedic-babic@ohlone.edu for any questions. Mandatory  meeting  on  August  26,  2014  at  7:00pm  in  NC2318  on  the  Newark campus.

Consumer Family Science CFS-104A Current Issues in Child nutrition Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B A review of the relationships between nutrients, exercise, and healthy eating in the child care setting.

(01) 059993 Black-Roberts V                      8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

CFS-109 nutrition Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Study and application of concepts of nutrition in health and disease.

(01) 059994 Black-Roberts V     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:30am        NC2102 (02) 059995 Kaur J                   Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             NP-7 (03) 059996 Grillo J                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 059997 Grillo J                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Deaf Preparatory Program DeAF-120A Basic Grammar I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Advisory: Fluency in ASL The  first  of  two  study  courses  focusing  on  basic  grammar  rules  and  their application  in  writing.  Taught  in  ASL.  Not  applicable  to  associate  degree. Repeatable = 5 times

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DeAF-121A Intermediate Grammar I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Advisory: DEAF-120A and DEAF-120B The first of two study courses focusing on grammar rules. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 060085 Sledge J               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             6201

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DeAF-130A literacy I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Advisory: Fluency in ASL Practical reading and writing skills. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

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DeAF-191 human Potential Seminar Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: Limited to Deaf students only Self-awareness and development for personal growth. Taught in ASL only. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 060086 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm           6201

(01) 060096 Holcomb T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:45pm-3:45pm             6201

DeAF-131A Intermediate literacy I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) The first of two courses focusing on expanding reading skills and vocabulary. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

DeAF-311 Introduction to American Deaf Culture Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU; Gallaudet |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B, ENGL-163; ASL fluency Introduction to the social, cultural, and sociolinguistic characteristics of Deaf people. Taught in ASL. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 060087 Sledge J               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             6201

DeAF-157A english Composition Techniques Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Advisory: Fluency in ASL First  of  two  intermediate  composition  courses  focusing  on  paragraph development  and  grammar  skills.  Taught  in  ASL  only.  Not  applicable  to associate degree. Repeatable = 2 times

(01) 060088 Barber M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:15am-11:50am         6104

DeAF-159A Reading Strategies Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: Fluency in ASL First of two courses in intensive reading and study skills. Taught in ASL only. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 2 times

(01) 060089 Barber M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:05pm           6201

DeAF-160A Personal and Social Awareness I Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ASL Fluency Self-awareness and development for personal growth. Taught in ASL only. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 061001 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-9:30am           6106B

DeAF-161 Introduction to the Deaf Community Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ASL Fluency A basic course on American Deaf community and the culture of Deaf people. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 060090 Holcomb T          F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           6202

DeAF-165 Study Techniques: MS Word, MS excel, and MS Access

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: Fluency in ASL Basic course in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access. Taught only in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060091 Kulchinsky J        F                8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-1:50pm             6104 The class is taught in American Sign Language only.

DeAF-175A IUPP Grammar I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) First of two advanced English grammar courses to prepare students for collegelevel  coursework.  Taught  in  ASL.  Not  applicable  to  associate  degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060092 Pauliukonis N     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             6201

DeAF-188A Intensive University Preparation – Academic Writing I

Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ASL fluency First  of  three  intensive  writing  courses  to  prepare  students  for  college coursework. Taught in ASL only. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060093 Pauliukonis N     TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:35pm           6202 (02) 061008 Pauliukonis N     TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:50pm             6104

DeAF-189A Intensive University Preparation – Academic Reading I

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ASL fluency The first of three intensive study courses in reading and study skills. Taught in ASL only. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060101 Holcomb T          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm           6107

DeAF-332 Development of the Deaf Child Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B, ENGL-163; ASL fluency An  overview  of  child  development  theories  as  they  relate  to  the  Deaf experience. Taught in ASL.

(01) 061129 Holcomb T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am         6106B

DeAF-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) |  Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 5 times

(01) 060102 Holcomb T                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +11.30 hrs/week            6105                            Pauliukonis N

early Childhood Studies eCS-300 Principles and Practices of Teaching young Children Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A History and development of Early Childhood Education including curriculum and child guidance. C-ID ECE 120

(01) 061072 Jones J                 T               8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:40pm       CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class. (02) 061073 McDowell J         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-301 Childhood Growth and Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300 and ECS-304 Development of children in the early years, including normal development and observation.

(01) 060105 McDowell J         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm       CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class. (02) 060106 McDowell J         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC2121 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-302 Introduction to Curriculum Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300 and ECS-301 Planning  educational  programs  from  infancy  to  school-age.  Emphasis  on emergent curriculum. C-ID ECE 130

(01) 060107 McDowell J         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-1:45pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class. (02) 060108 TBA                      Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-10:15pm      CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

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eCS-303 Child, Family, and Community Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300 or ECS-301 The study of families and communities in relation to the communities in which they live. C-ID CDEV 110

(01) 060109 TBA                      M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-306 Guidance and Discipline of young Children Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Principles of positive guidance and discipline for parents and teachers.

(01) 060110 McDowell J         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm       CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-308 Administration of Programs for young Children Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300, ECS-301, ECS-302 Principles and practices in management of children’s centers, legal and fiscal management techniques.

(01) 060111 TBA                      F                9/12/14-9/12/14        4:00pm-8:50pm         CD-122                                                         S                9/13/14-9/13/14        8:00am-4:50pm         CD-122                                                         F                10/10/14-10/10/14    4:00pm-8:50pm         CD-122                                                         S                10/11/14-10/11/14    8:00am-4:50pm         CD-122                                                         F                11/14/14-11/14/14    4:00pm-8:50pm         CD-122                                                         S                11/15/14-11/15/14    8:00am-4:50pm         CD-122                                                         F                12/5/14-12/5/14        4:00pm-8:50pm         CD-122                                                         S                12/6/14-12/6/14        8:00am-4:50pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-314 literature for the young Child Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-101A and ECS-312 Effective techniques for the introduction and use of literature with children ages 0-8.

(01) 061126 TBA                                        8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week          CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

eCS-316 Children with Special needs in Programs for young Children

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study of special needs children, their families, community, and education programs.

(01) 061127 TBA                      T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm         CD-122 Any student on the waitlist or wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class.

education eDUC-191A Tutor Training I Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Effective  methods  of  tutoring;  can  lead  to  College  Reading  and  Learning Association (CRLA) certification.

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eDUC-191Al Tutor Training I lab Consultant Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Apply skills related to concepts learned in EDUC-191A by using when tutoring. Eligible for CRLA tutor certification.

(01) 060114 Katz I                                     9/5/14-10/10/14        +4.50 hrs/week               FP-6

eDUC-191B Tutor Training II Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Effective  methods  of  tutoring;  can  lead  to  College  Reading  and  Learning Association (CRLA) certification.

(01) 060115 Katz I                    F                10/17/14-11/21/14    3:30pm-5:00pm              FP-6

eDUC-191Bl Tutor Training II lab Consultant Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Apply skills related to concepts in EDUC-191B. Contributes to eligibility for CRLA certification.

(01) 060116 Katz I                                     10/17/14-11/21/14    +4.50 hrs/week               FP-6

engineering enGI-101 Introduction to engineering Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 The student will explore engineering as a career option. Includes hands-on projects and team work.

(01) 060117 Itua R                   M              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-1:05pm           8104                                                         W              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-2:10pm           8104 (02) 060118 Itua R                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-12:05pm         8104                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-1:10pm           8104

enGI-114 how Technology Works Cross-referenced Course: CneT-114 Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Experiment with everyday technology to discover principles of science and engineering.

(01) 060119 Swift L                 T               8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-10:10pm           8104                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

enGI-115 engineering Graphics and Design Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B, MATH-151 Engineering graphics and design, descriptive geometry, and computer aided drafting.

(01) 060120 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:15pm        HH-209                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB

enGI-120 engineering Mechanics – Statics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: PHYS-140 and MATH-101B Force systems and equilibrium in 2- and 3-dimensional structures, distributed forces, and friction.

(01) 060121 Saiez F                 M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:35pm             8104

enGI-130 electric Circuit Analysis Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101B and PHYS-141 |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 DC and AC circuit analysis, experimental techniques, and circuit stimulation.

(01) 060122 Itua R                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm              FP-4                                                         Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             8105

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english All  students  enrolled  in  ENGL-101A,  151A,  and  151B  must  report  to class the first class meeting. Students who do not report the first class meeting may be dropped to make room for other students.

Most ENGL-101A classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-101A Reading and Written Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL151B and ENGL-163; ENGL-151RW; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process Reading  and  writing  of  argument,  exposition,  and  research,  along  with developing critical thinking and fluency. C-ID ENGL 100

(01) 060123 Mitchell R           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00am-8:35am              FP-7                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (02) 060124 Fernandez M      W              8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB (03) 060125 Cragen E              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              FP-9                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (04) 060126 Bynum L              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (05) 060127 Sherman R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2121                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (06) 060128 Takahashi R        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2121                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (07) 060129 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:15am-9:50am            FP-15                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (08) 060130 Fernandez M      W              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am           4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB (09) 060131 Sherman R          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2121                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (10) 060132 Dean J                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am            FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (11) 060133 Sherman R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2121                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (12) 060135 Brosamer K         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am           NP-1                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (13) 060136 Kawasaki-Hull K TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:15am-11:50am          FP-2                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (14) 060134 Armerding B       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-12:35pm   NC2308                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (15) 060137 Takahashi R        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm           5301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (16) 060138 Brandt T              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2102                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (17) 060140 Brosamer M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm            FP-7                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (18) 060139 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:15pm-1:50pm     NC2119                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (19) 060141 Park S                  MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm           NP-12                                 ���                                         8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (20) 060142 Morrow J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm              FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (21) 060143 Pino A                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:05pm              FP-7                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (22) 060144 Dean J                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:20pm              FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (Continued on next column.)

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(23) 060145 Bynum L              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:20pm             NP-3                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (24) 060146 Pino A                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:15pm-4:50pm              FP-7                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (25) 060147 Kristel M             M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:15pm-9:50pm             NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (26) 060148 Vetter J                T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm            FP-11                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (27) 060149 Frye R                  W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (28) 060150 Cragen E              W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (29) 060151 Linden L              Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm              FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (30) 060152 Gallagher P                          8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (31) 060153 Christensen G                      8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (32) 060154 Gallagher P                          8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (33) 060155 Christensen G                      8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

enGl-101B Reading and Composition (Introduction to literature)

Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A An introduction to the types of literature (novel, short story, poetry, drama) through reading, writing, and discussion. C-ID ENGL 120

(01) 060156 Schenk R             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-10:05am            FP-5 (02) 060157 Dean J                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:15am-12:20pm          FP-5 (03) 060158 Mitchell R           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:15am-1:20pm           6204 (04) 060159 Valter M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:35pm      NC2123 (05) 060160 Brosamer M       M              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:35pm            FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB  Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free                to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses.       (06) 060161 Taguchi K            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:35pm            FP-2 (07) 060162 Dean J                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:35pm            FP-5 (08) 060163 Mitchell R           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:05pm            FP-10 The theme for this class will be Irish literature. All literature in this class will be written by Irish authors. (Continued on next page.)

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as an English major? Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in English for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

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enGl-101C Critical Thinking and Composition Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A An introduction to critical reading, thinking, and writing. C-ID ENGL 105

(01) 060170 Schwartz Y          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-13 (02) 061085 Omidi P               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             6107 (03) 060175 Brandt T              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              NP-3 (04) 060171 Schwartz Y          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am          FP-13 (05) 060173 Copenhagen C   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2121 (06) 061086 Perez D                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      HH-206 (07) 060174 Gallagher P         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2123 (08) 060179 Brosamer M       W              8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm            FP-5                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB  Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free                to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. (09) 061087 Frye R                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:35am-1:10pm           4201 (10) 060172 Madden C           T               8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           5301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB  Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free                to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses.       (11) 060176 Madden C           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           5301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB  Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free                to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses.       (12) 060177 Hurley J               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             NP-7 (13) 060178 Copenhagen C   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:20pm        NC2123 (14) 060180 Hurley J               M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:35pm             NP-7 (15) 060181 Bozsik J                Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             NP-1 (Continued on next column.)

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(16) 060182 Tull B                                     8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (17) 060183 Virgil T                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (18) 060184 Virgil T                                   8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

enGl-107 literature and Film Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Reading literary works and viewing their film adaptations. “Two thumbs up!”

(01) 061084 Brosamer M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:20pm            FP-13

enGl-111A Beginning Creative Writing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Creating fiction and non-fiction stories in a variety of writing styles.

(01) 060185 Madden C           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am          FP-13                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

enGl-111B Intermediate Creative Writing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-111A |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Creating fiction and non-fiction stories in a variety of writing styles.

(01) 060186 Madden C           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am          FP-13                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

enGl-112 Modern Fiction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Love and sexuality, family conflict, and coming of age as portrayed in modern fiction.

(01) 060187 Kuehner A           M              8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am           4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.70 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

enGl-114 World Mythology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Study  of  significant  myths  and  legends  with  emphasis  on  Greek/Roman, Nordic, and another Indo-European system.

(01) 060188 Swamy R             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      HH-206

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ENTER CODE                  FS        I am attending college for the first time since high school.                                         RS        I am returning to Ohlone and have never attended another college.                   FT        I have never attended Ohlone but have attended or am now                                    S9        I have not yet completed 9th grade.                                attending another college.                                                                                                S1        I am currently in the 10th-12th grade in high school.                   RT        I am returning to Ohlone and have attended another college.                                     

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              STUDenT eDUCATIOnAl GOAl

ENTER CODE THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR GOAL                 CODE       MEANING                                                                                                                                      CODE       MEANING                   A         Obtain bachelor’s degree after completing associate degree                             H        Advance in current job/career (upgrade job skills)                   B         Obtain bachelor’s degree without completing associate degree                         I         Maintain certificate or license (e.g., Nursing, Real Estate)                   C         Obtain a two-year associate degree without transfer                                           J         Educational development (intellectual, cultural)                   D        Obtain a two-year vocational degree without transfer                                         K         Improve basic skills in English, Reading, Math                   E         Earn a vocational certificate without transfer                                                         L         Complete credit for high school diploma or GED                   F         Discover/formulate career interests, plans, goals                                                 M        Undecided on goal                   G        Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills)                                                                      

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              ARe yOU A UnITeD STATeS CITIZen?               If you are not a United States citizen, please complete the following:                                                                                                                                               n Yes    n No               2     Permanent Resident                                     4     Refugee/Asylee                        6     Other Visa (Visa type _____________________)                                           3     Temporary Resident (Amnesty)                  5     Student Visa (F-1)                    7     Undocumented                                                                                       ENTER CODE               Date of visa/resident card issue:  ______/______/______

                

Expiration date:  ______/______/______          Visa Number:  A _________________________

MO.         DAY        YEAR                                                      MO.         DAY        YEAR

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              lAnGUAGe MOST FReQUenTly SPOKen/WRITTen                                          E     English                                                                                                      N     Not English    What Language? ________________________               A     American Sign Language                                                                              

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              ReSIDenCe STATUS – hAVe yOU lIVeD In CAlIFORnIA COnTInUOUSly SInCe BIRTh? n Yes    n No               1.    Have you lived continuously in California for two years prior to the first day of classes of the term for which you are applying                       (if you are under 19 years of age and never married, answer for your parents)? n Yes    n No               2.    When did your present stay in California begin?    Month ________ Day ________ Year_________               3.    Do you claim to be a California resident? n Yes    n No

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InTenDeD lOAD               Number of units in which you will probably enroll (check one):

                           

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n 7 or more units    n Less than 7 units

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              nUMBeR OF hOURS yOU ARe PlAnnInG TO WORK, IF Any, WhIle ATTenDInG ThIS TeRM: __________                                            

              hIGh SChOOl lAST ATTenDeD                 

NAME OF HIGH SCHOOL

              Years Attended:    ________ – ________

COUNTY (IF CALIF.)

OFFICe USe Only – ST.Ty MT          NM          SP

ENTER APPROPRIATE CODE N  =  Did not graduate and          no longer attend Y   =  Received diploma from          U.S. high school G  =  Received GED C   =  Received Certificate of Proficiency F   =  Received foreign high school          diploma H  =  Currently enrolled in high school

STATE OR COUNTRY (IF NOT CALIF.)

Year Graduated:    ____________

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              PRIOR COlleGe(S) OF ATTenDAnCe                NAME OF COLLEGE                                                               STATE OR COUNTRY IF NOT CALIFORNIA                                YEARS ATTENDED                   COMPLETED UNITS/CREDITS                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

              Highest degree earned, if any: n associate degree    n bachelor degree or higher

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STATeMenT OF leGAl ReSIDenCe

(To be completed by all students who have not lived in California continuously for the last two years.)

ReSIDenCy To be considered a resident a student must have lived in California with the intent of becoming a permanent  resident for at least one year prior to the first day of classes for the term in which he/she is enrolling. Exceptions may apply for active military personnel or students under 19 years of age. lIST The ADDReSS(eS) WheRe yOU hAVe lIVeD FOR The PAST TWO yeARS, BeGInnInG WITh yOUR CURRenT ADDReSS                                         CITY                                                                                          STATE                                                    FROM: MONTH/DAY/YEAR                    TO: MONTH/DAY/YEAR

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IF YOU ARE UNDER 19 YEARS OF AGE, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW FOR YOUR PARENTS

1.   Did you file California State Tax on total income last year? n Yes    n No 2.   In what state are you registered to vote? ___________________________ Last voted: State ____________________ Date ___________________ 3.   Do you possess a valid California Driver’s License? n Yes    n No If yes, date issued _________________________________ 4.   Have you attended an out-of-state college or university in the last year as a resident of that state? n Yes    n No 5.   Have you petitioned for a divorce in another state in the last year? n Yes    n No 6.   Are you on active duty in the U.S.  Armed Forces? n Yes    n No Home of record on military records _______________________________ 7.   Are you a spouse or dependent child of a person on active military duty? n Yes    n No Students under 19 years of age must answer questions 1-7 above for their parent(s) as well as the following questions. Have you lived continuously for the past two years with one or both of your parents? n Yes    n No If yes, check one: n Both Parents    n Mother  n Father If no, with whom have you lived? __________________________________________________________ Are they legal guardians? n Yes    n No How long have your parent(s) or legal guardians lived in California?    From _________________________ to _________________________         

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MONTH/DAY/YEAR

MONTH/DAY/YEAR

TO Be COMPleTeD By All STUDenTS

I hereby swear under the possible penalty of perjury that the information submitted on this document is complete and accurate. I further agree that any information I am asked to update in the future will also be complete and accurate. DATE _____________________________ STUDENT SIGNATURE ______________________________________________________________________

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Ohlone College Codes 12

Intended Academic Program

DeGRee PROGRAMS – ASSOCIATe In ARTS OR SCIenCe Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ACCT Administration of Justice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.AJ Administrative Assistant: Supervisory Focus . . . . . . . AA.ADASP American Sign Language and Deaf Studies . . . . . . . . AA.ASL Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ART.TR ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program . . . . . . AA.INTP Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.BIOL.TR Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.BIOT Broadcasting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.BRDC Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.BUS Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.BA.TR Business Administration for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.BA Business Supervision/Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.BSM Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.CHEM.TR Communication Studies for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.COMM Computer Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.CENG.TR Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.CS.TR Computer Studies/Internet Web Programming . . . . AA.CSIN Computer Studies/Software Development . . . . . . . . AA.CSPR Desktop Support Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.DST Early Childhood Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ECS Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.ENGI.TR English. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ENGL.TR English for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.ENGL

Entertainment Design/Technology:  Audio Tech . . . . AA.EDTA Entertainment Design/Technology: Costuming. . . . . AA.EDTC Entertainment Design/Technology: Live Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.EDTL Entertainment Design/Technology: Moving Light Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.EDTM Entertainment Design/Technology: Stage Craft. . . . . AA.EDTS Entertainment Design/Technology: Theatrical and TV Lighting Technician . . . . . . . . . . AA.EDTT Environmental Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.ENVS.TR Environmental Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ENVS.TR Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.FINE Geography for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.GEOG Geology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.GEOL.TR Geology for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.GEOL Graphic Arts/Computer Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.GACG History for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.HIST Human Development Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.HDS Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ID Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.JOUR Kinesiology: Athletic Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.ESAT.TR Kinesiology for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.KIN Liberal Arts: Humanities Emphasis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.LA.HUM Liberal Arts: Language Emphasis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.LA.LANG

Liberal Arts: Speech and Communication Emphasis . . AA.LA.COMM Mathematics for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.MATH Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.MM Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.MUS.TR Natural Science: Biological Science Emphasis . . . . . . AA.NS.BIOL Natural Science: Mathematics and Technology Emphasis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.NS.MTEC Natural Science: Physical Science Emphasis . . . . . . . AA.NS.PHYS Network Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.NETA Physical Therapist Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.PTA Physics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.PHYS.TR Physics for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.PHYS Psychology for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.PSY Real Estate Sales Broker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.REB Registered Nursing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.NURS Respiratory Therapist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.RT Social Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.SOC.SCI Sociology for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SOC Spanish for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SPAN Speech and Communication Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.SPCH.TR Studio Arts for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SA Theatre Arts for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.TA

Transfer to UC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TR.UC

Transfer to Private or Out-of-State University . . . . . . TR.OTHER

Computer Studies/Software Development . . . . . . . . CA.CSPR Desktop Support Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.DST Early Childhood Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.ECS Entertainment Design/Technology:  Audio Tech . . . . CA.EDTA Entertainment Design/Technology: Costuming. . . . . CA.EDTC Entertainment Design/Technology: Live Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.EDTL Entertainment Design/Technology: Moving Light Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.EDTM Entertainment Design/Technology: Stage Craft. . . . . CA.EDTS Entertainment Design/Technology: Theatrical and TV Lighting Technician . . . . . . . . . . CA.EDTT

Graphic Arts/Computer Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.GACG Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.ID Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.JOUR Kinesiology: Fitness Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.KFP Microsoft Systems Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.MCSE Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.MM Network Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.NETA Real Estate Sales Broker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.REB Technical Support Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.TSS UNIX/Linux Systems Administrator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.UNIXA

Drawing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DRAW Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ENGI Engineering/Manufacturing Technician . . . . . . . . . . . CC.EMTC Environmental Stewardship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ENVS Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.FA Fitness Instructor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PEFT Forensics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPFR Gender and Women’s Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GWS Geographic Information Systems (GIS). . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GIS Geography: Cultural. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GEOC Geology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GEOL Glass.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GLAS Graphic Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GRDS Intercultural Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPCU Interior Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.IDBS Interior Design Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.IDCM Interior Design Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.IDTC International Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.IBUS Interpersonal Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPIP Java Developer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JVDV Jazz Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JDTC Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JINT Leadership Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPLC Linux +. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LNX Live Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LVMG Mass Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MCOM Mathematics: Applied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MTHA Mathematics: Pure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MTHP

MCITP Server Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .���. . . . . . CC.MCSA Modern Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . CC.MDTC Molecular Biology Research Techniques . . . . . . . . . . CC.MBRT Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MM Music Theory: Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUTA Natural Resource Conservation and Management . . CC.NRCM Office Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BAOS Oral Interpretation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPOR Paleobiology/Natural History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATPN Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PHTO Physical Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PHSS Physics: Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PHYA Physics: Introductory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PHYS Piano Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUPP Real Estate Sales Agent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.RESA Real Estate Sales Broker Associate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.REBA Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. . . . CC.RESD Speech and Communication Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPCH Stage Craft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.STCR Tap Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.TDTC Theatrical and TV Lighting Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.TTVL 3D Modeling and Animation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.3DMA Video Game Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.VGMD Vocal Music Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUVP Vocal Music Performance: Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUAV Web Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CSWD

TRAnSFeR OPTIOnS Transfer to CSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TR.CSU

CeRTIFICATeS OF AChIeVeMenT Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.ACCT Administration of Justice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.AJ Administrative Assistant: Supervisory Focus . . . . . . . CA.ADASP American Sign Language and Deaf Studies . . . . . . . . CA.ASL ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program . . . . . . CA.INTP Biotechnology: Bio-Manufacturing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BMNF Biotechnology: Biostatistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BSTT Biotechnology: Quality Control/Research Associate. . CA.BQCR Broadcasting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BRDC Business Supervision/Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BSM Cisco Network Professional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.CCNP Computer Studies/Internet Web Programming . . . . CA.CSIN

CeRTIFICATeS OF ACCOMPlIShMenT Anthropology: Cultural . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATCU Anthropology: Physical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATPH Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ARCH Audio Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.AUDI Ballet Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BDTC Biology: General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BIOS Biology: Research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BIOR Broadcasting: Advanced Film and Video . . . . . . . . . . CC.LTVD Broadcasting: Digital Video and Editing . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DVED Broadcasting: Entertainment TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ENTV Broadcasting: Live TV Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LVTV Broadcasting: Radio Air Talent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BRDCA Broadcasting: Radio Digital Production . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BRDCP Broadcasting: Radio Program Management . . . . . . . CC.BRDCM Broadcasting: Radio Studio Operations . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BRDCS Broadcasting: Sports Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPTV Business Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPBU Ceramics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CERA Chemistry Lab Skills: Advanced. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CHMA Chemistry Lab Skills: Basic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CHMB Cisco Certified Network Associate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CCNA Commercial Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CMUS Computer Applications in Biotechnology. . . . . . . . . . CC.CABT Costuming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CSTM Deaf Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DTA1 Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DWDS Desktop Support Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DSP1 Digital Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DIGA

nOn-DeGRee PROGRAMS AnD K-12 STUDenTS Personal Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ND.PERS

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Advance your career. Change your life. Welcome to lifelong learning! Community Education courses are designed to meet the not-for-credit, continuing education needs of individuals in the Tri-Cities area. At Ohlone College Community Education our goal is to provide a wide range of programs to meet community needs and interests, as well as provide something for everyone. We aim to promote lifelong learning through courses designed for personal enrichment, professional development, skill development, and recreational enjoyment. 

Ohlone for healthy living Not interested in getting units for your PE classes? Looking for an affordable way to stay active and healthy? Ohlone for Healthy Living provides a variety of affordable courses to the public that meet the needs of the diverse population, while promoting health and wellness.   Courses include: • Belly Dance • Cycle • Yoga and Pilates • Tai Chi and Qigong

Workforce education and Career Development

Special Interest Ohlone Community Education special interest courses promote personal enrichment, skill development, and recreational enjoyment in a friendly learning environment. Learn new skills in a wide-array of topics, taught by professionals in the industry. Courses include: • Music Ensembles and Community Bands • Chinese Folk Songs • Chinese Ballet and Folk Dance • Personal Finance • Digital Photography • Foreign Language and ESL 

Our mission for Ohlone Workforce Education and Career Development is to provide high quality, accessible training and services that provide businesses, industries, and government with a world-class workforce and a competitive advantage, and enable the Fremont-Newark community to acquire knowledge and skills to obtain and maintain prosperous career opportunities and enhance their quality of life.   Courses include: • Cisco and VMware Certification Training Programs • Grant Writing and Non-Profit Management • Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Courses • Renewable Energy and Battery Technology • IT/Desk Support Technician Training Program • Microsoft Office Training 

To receive more information about enrolling in an online program, call 800-280-9670. All Ohlone Community Education courses are open to the public for immediate enrollment. Go to http://commed.ohlone.edu/ for complete class list, information, and registration.

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Online learning The Ohlone Community Education Department’s online learning offerings allow you to take interest-based, professional development, and career changing programs from the comfort of your own home. Courses are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplemental links, and more. Students can complete any of these courses entirely from their home or office at any time of the day or night. Ohlone College, in partnership with the Distance Learning Company, offers premier e-learning services. The Distance Learning Company makes e-learning easy and affordable to organizations of almost any size, from dozens of people to thousand.  Courses include: • Traffic School Online: Don’t let a traffic ticket stand between you and a good driving record.  • Drivers education Online: Ready to get your driver’s license? Why spend the time in class when you can do it online?   • California notary Class: Become a California Notary Public or renew your California Notary Public certificate online!    Ohlone College, in partnership with Pacific Northwest Tax School, offers the leading study program for students who wish to meet California state licensing requirements. Our program is suitable for students who want to enter the tax preparation industry for the first time, as well as for more experienced tax professionals wanting to expand and build upon their existing knowledge base. Pass your IRS competency exam with this professional exam preparation course in Basic Tax Law.  Ohlone Community Education, in partnership with Ed2Go, offers over 300 instructorfacilitated online learning courses. These instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It’s no wonder that many long-lasting friendships have formed in our lively and intelligent discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks and utilize multiple methods of instruction. New courses begin every month. Featured courses include: • Accounting Fundamentals • A to Z Grant Writing • Creating Web Pages • Test Preparation Classes:  GRE, GMAT, SAT, LSAT • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Publisher

Prepare for employment in some of today’s hottest careers with a comprehensive, affordable, and self-paced online Career Training Program with Ohlone Community Education, in partnership with Gatlin Education Services. You can begin these programs at any time and learn at your own pace. Upon successful completion of all required coursework, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. Check out some of our new certificate programs in the following areas: • Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding  • Mobile Web Developer • Project Management • Pharmacy Technician Get skills for the 21st century. Demonstrate your knowledge. Boost your productivity and your organization’s bottom line. Ohlone Community Education, in partnership with UGotClass, is proud to offer online certificates and courses taught by expert instructors. New courses start every month. Certificate programs are offered in the following areas: • Green Buildings and Preparing for the LEED Exam • Social Media for Business Certificate • Supervisory and Leadership Certificate • Certificate in Online Teaching

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Ohlone College General education: Plan A The general education breadth requirements for this plan are unique to Ohlone. Students can use this plan to fulfill the GE requirements for an Associate in Arts or Science Degree (AA or AS) at Ohlone. This GE plan may not be used for the Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T). Please note:

• A letter grade of C or better must be earned for each course used to fulfill Area IV. • Courses used to satisfy Areas I-V with an * may also be used in Areas VI and VII. Completed In Progress

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AA Degree (complete 3 units) AS Degree (complete 6 units) AnTh 101;  ASTR 101A  &  102,  101B  &  102;  BIOl 101A,  101B,  103A,  103B,  104,  105,  106,  107,  109,  114,  130,  141,  142;  BIOT 100, 105, 114, 122; CheM 101A, 101B, 102, 108, 109, 112A, 112B; CFS 109; CneT 114; enGI 101, 114; enVS 101, 107, 108, 110, 142; GeOG 101, 121; GeOl 101, 102 & 102L, 103 & 103L; PhyS 108, 120, 121, 140, 141, 142; PSy 120 AReA II SOCIAl AnD BehAVIORAl SCIenCeS AA, AS Degree (complete 3 units) AJ 101, 102, 106, 117, 119; AnTh 102*, 103, 104*, 105, 106; BA 102A, 102B, 125, 139; BRDC 155; ChS 101*, 102A*, 102B*, 112*; COMM 100*; enVS 101, 103*, 105*, 107, 108, 109; GeOG 102, 104, 105*; hIST 105, 114A*, 114B*, 115*, 117A, 117B, 118, 119A*, 119B*; IS 110*, 120*; JOUR 155; PS 102, 103, 104, 105; PSy 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 108, 112, 115, 139; SOC 101*, 102*, 105, 106*; SPCh 103, 105*, 108*, 122; WS 101*, 108*, 120* *Courses listed with an * can also be counted in Area VI and/or Area VII. AReA III FIne ARTS/hUMAnITIeS

AA Degree (complete 3 units from A and 1-4 units from B) AS Degree (complete 3 units from A or B) A. FIne ARTS: ART 100, 101, 103A*, 103B*, 131; hIST 141, 142, 143; IS 100; MUS 100, 101, 102*, 103, 104*, 121, 125; TD 100, 102, 109 B. hUMAnITIeS: ARBC 101A; ART 104A, 105A, 106A, 107A, 108, 109A, 111A, 112, 116A, 121A, 133A, 139A, 150A, 153, 154, 156, 158, 160A, 161A; ASl 101A, 101A4, 101B, 101B4, 102A, 102A4, 102B, 103A, 103A4, 103B, 104A, 104B, 181A, 181B;  BRDC 123A, 130, 141, 142, 148, 155; ChIn 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; ChS 106A*; eCS 310, 314; enGl 101B, 104, 106, 111A, 111B, 112, 113, 114, 115*, 117, 118, 119, 120A, 120B, 121, 122, 125A, 127, 129, 130; FRen 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; GA 109A, 160A, 161A, 169A;  hIST 104A, 104B, 105, 106A, 106B, 107, 117B, 119A*, 119B*, 141, 142, 143; ID 150A, 153, 154, 156, 158; IS 120*, 142, 143; JPnS 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; JOUR 101A, 106, 155; MM 105; MUS 103, 104*, 110A, 111A, 122, 123, 125, 160A, 161A, 162A, 163A, 164A, 165A, 166A, 352, 354A, 355, 356, 358; PhIl 100, 101, 102, 104, 106, 107, 109A*,  109B*,  110*,  112*,  114*;  SPAn 101A,  101B,  102A,  102B,  121A,  121B;  SPCh 130,  132;  TD 107, 110, 114, 115A, 119, 120A3, 124, 125, 126, 129, 130, 132, 150, 152, 159, 181; WS 115*, 120* *Courses listed with an * can also be counted in Area VI and/or Area VII. AReA IV lAnGUAGe AnD RATIOnAlITy AA, AS Degree (complete 3 units from A and 3 units from B; complete C)       A letter grade of C or better must be earned for each course used to fulfill this area. A. enGlISh COMPOSITIOn: enGl 101A; JOUR 101A B. AnAlyTICAl ThInKInG AnD ORAl COMMUnICATIOn: BA 123; CS 102, 104A, 113; enGl 101C; enVS 102; MATh 101A, 101B, 101C, 152 or 152A & 152B, 153, 155, 156, 159, 163, 166, 167, 181, 188; PhIl 104, 107; SPCh 101*, 102, 104, 106 Completion of the RN Program satisfies this requirement. C. MATh PROFICIenCy: Placement into MATh 156, 159, 166, 167, 181, 188, 101A via the Ohlone College Accuplacer Test OR complete one course: MATh 101A, 101B, 101C, 104, 152, 152A & 152B, 153, 155, 156, 159, 163, 166, 167, 181  AReA V PhySICAl eDUCATIOn/WellneSS AA, AS Degree (complete one of the following options) A. PhySICAl eDUCATIOn: Complete any two activity courses AThl 220-231; hlTh 140, 141; KIn 256; Pe 300-379, 393-397; TD 141A, 141B, 142A, 142B, 142C, 143A, 143B, 143C, 144A, 144B, 148A2, 148A3; OR B. WellneSS: hlTh 101, 140, 141, 150*, 160; KIn 240, 251, 257, 258; Pe 375B3; WS 150* C. Complete the PTA Program with PTA 119 D. Present DD214 Form (Military Service) to the Office of Admissions and Records. (See a counselor for more details.) AReA VI InTeRCUlTURAl/InTeRnATIOnAl STUDIeS AA, AS Degree (complete 3 units)  AnTh 102, 104; ART 103A, 103B; ASl 140, 142, 145; ChS 101, 102A, 102B, 106A, 112; DeAF 311, 330; eCS 309; enGl 115, 130; enVS 103, 105; hIST 114A, 114B, 115, 119A, 119B; hlTh 150; IS 110, 120; MUS 102, 104; PhIl 109A, 109B, 110, 112, 114; SOC 101, 102, 106; SPCh 105, 108; WS 101, 108, 115, 120, 150 note: Courses used in this area may also be used in other applicable General Education Areas; however, the units will only be counted once. Completion of the RN Program satisfies this requirement. AReA VII InFORMATIOn COMPeTenCy AA, AS Degree (complete one of the following options) note: Courses completed at other colleges will require a substitution waiver if completed during or after Spring 2012. Not required if enrolled prior to Fall 2001. Also not required of Nursing students starting in Fall 2002 or PTA students starting in Spring 2003. Complete one course: COMM 100*; CS 151; hIST 119A, 119B; lS 101, 151; SPCh 101* Additional information: An associate degree requires a minimum of 60 units. After completing all Major and GE requirements some students may need additional elective units to fulfill this 60 unit requirement. AP (Advanced Placement) exams may be used to satisfy Ohlone College General Education Plan A Requirements (see an Ohlone counselor). nOTe: Students who have satisfied the General Education requirement for one of the colleges participating in the reciprocity agreement (Chabot, De Anza, Evergreen, Foothill, Gavilan, Las Positas, Mission, San Jose City, West Valley) OR students who have completed a BA/BS from a regionally accredited college and university do not need to fulfill Ohlone’s GE.

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CSU Ge (California State University General education Breadth): Plan B Students can use this plan to fulfill lower division GE requirements for CSU,  and Ohlone College Associate in Arts or Science degrees (AA, AS, AA-T, or AS-T). Please note:

• A letter grade of C or better must be earned in Areas A1, A2, A3, and B4. • Courses listed in more than one area may only be counted in one area.

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IGeTC (Intersegmental General education Transfer Curriculum): Plan C Students can use this plan to fulfill lower division GE requirements for CSU, UC, some private/out-of-state  universities; and Ohlone College Associate in Arts or Science degrees (AA, AS, AA-T, or AS-T). Please note:

• A letter grade of C or better must be earned in each course. • Courses listed in more than one area may only be counted in one area.

IGeTC is not recommended for certain colleges and majors. Please see a counselor for more details.

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AReA 1 enGlISh COMMUnICATIOn (2 or 3 courses)       Complete two courses for UC or three courses for CSU. 1A enGlISh COMPOSITIOn: enGl 101A 1B CRITICAl ThInKInG: enGl 101C 1C ORAl COMMUnICATIOn: SPCh 101 (only required for CSU IGETC) AReA 2 MATheMATICAl COnCePTS AnD QUAnTITATIVe ReASOnInG (1 course)       Complete one course from the following. MATh 101A, 101B, 101C, 103, 104, 156, 159, 166, 167, 188 AReA 3 ARTS AnD hUMAnITIeS (3 courses)       Complete three courses; one course from 3A (Arts); one course from 3B (humanities);        and a third course from 3A (Arts) or 3B (humanities). 3A ARTS: ART 100, 101, 103A, 103B, 131; hIST 141, 142, 143; IS 100, 142, 143; MUS 100, 101, 102, 104, 110A, 122, 123, 125; TD 100, 102, 109 3B hUMAnITIeS: ASl 103A, 104A; ChIn 102A, 102B; ChS 106A, 112; enGl 101B, 104, 106, 107, 109, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120A, 120B, 121, 122, 125A, 125B, 130; FRen 102A, 102B; hIST 104A, 104B, 105, 107, 115, 117A, 117B, 118, 119A, 119B;  JOUR 106;  JPnS 102A,  102B;  PhIl 100,  101,  102,  106,  109A,  109B,  110,  112,  114,  118;  SPAn 102A,  102B;        TD 107; WS 115 AReA 4 SOCIAl AnD BehAVIORAl SCIenCeS (3 courses)       Complete three courses from at least two different disciplines. AnTh 101, 102, 103, 104, 106; BA 102A, 102B; BRDC 155; ChS 101, 102A, 102B; COMM 100; enVS 105; GeOG 102, 104, 105; hIST 102A, 102B, 114A, 114B, 119A, 119B; IS 110, 120; JOUR 155; PS 102, 103, 104, 105; PSy 101, 102, 105, 106, 108, 112, 115, 120; SOC 101, 102, 103, 105, 106; SPCh 105, 108, 122; WS 101, 108, 120, 132 AReA 5 PhySICAl AnD BIOlOGICAl SCIenCeS (2 courses)       Complete one course from 5A and one course from 5B. One course must include a laboratory and lab courses are       underlined. 5A PhySICAl SCIenCe (One course) Lab:  ASTR 101A & 102, 101B & 102; CheM 101A, 101B, 102, 109, 112A, 112B; GeOG 101; GeOl 101, 102 & 102L, 103 & 103L; PhyS 120, 121, 140, 141, 142 Non-Lab:  ASTR 101A, 101B; CheM 108; GeOl 102, 103, 104; PhyS 108 5B BIOlOGICAl SCIenCe (One course) Lab:  AnTh 101; BIOl 101A, 101B, 103A, 103B, 104, 106, 130, 142; enVS 142 Non-Lab:  BIOl 105, 107, 109, 141; enVS 108 AReA 6 lAnGUAGe OTheR ThAn enGlISh (Required for UC IGETC Certification only)        Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language with a grade of C or better OR       take one course below OR see counselor for other options that fulfill this requirement. ARBC 101A; ASl 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B, 103A, 103A4, 103B, 104A, 104B; ChIn 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; FRen 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; JPnS 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; SPAn 101A, 101B, 102A US hISTORy, COnSTITUTIOn, AnD AMeRICAn IDeAlS (Required for CSU IGETC Certification only) Complete Option 1 or 2 below:  1. hIST 117A and one course from the following: hIST 105, hIST 117B, PS 102  2. PS 102 and one course from the following: ChS 102B, hIST 102B, hIST 114A, hIST 114B, hIST 115, hIST 117A, hIST 117B Additional information: IGETC may not be advisable for all majors and is not a transfer requirement. See an Ohlone counselor for more information on which CSU, UC, or private/out-of-state universities accept IGETC. AP (Advanced Placement) exams may be used to satisfy IGETC Requirements (see an Ohlone counselor). Transfer credit may be limited by either the UC or CSU. Visit www.assist.org for specific limitations.

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enGl-125A english literature: From the Middle Ages to the Restoration/18th Century

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; or ENGL-151RW Explore English literature from Beowulf and Chaucer through the Elizabethans, 17th century, and Restoration/18th century. C-ID ENGL 160

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Most ENGL-151A classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-151A Fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-162 Fundamentals  of  English  grammar,  punctuation,  reading,  and  writing  of paragraphs and informal essays. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060192 Carrell T              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              NP-6                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (02) 060194 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2123                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (03) 060193 Gruber C             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am         HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is recommended for veterans.  (04) 060195 Brown N              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am         HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (05) 060198 Carrell T              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am           NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (06) 060200 Bennett-Walker B TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am            FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (07) 060197 Kawasaki-Hull K    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is part of a University Express Learning Community. Students must also   register for ENGL-162-06 (060235) and PD-113-05 (060623).  (08) 060196 Brown N              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am        FP-14                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (09) 060199 Morrow J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:25am-12:00pm          FP-3                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (10) 060202 Saleem S             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2102                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (11) 060201 Carter K               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm         NP-12                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (12) 060206 Bennett-Walker B TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      HH-206                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (13) 060203 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm            FP-2                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (14) 060191 Bollman J            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-3:35pm        HH-207 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Most ENGL-151B classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-151B Fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151A or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-163 or ENGL-175 Writing  well-developed  essays,  critical  reading;  review  of  grammar  and mechanics. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060209 Saleem S             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am           NP-12                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (02) 060208 Mitchell R           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am         HH-209                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (03) 060210 Marroquin D      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-13                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (04) 060211 Bollman J            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      HH-206                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (05) 060215 Gruber C             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am          FP-14                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (06) 060212 Fernandez M      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am            FP-9                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (07) 060213 Marroquin D      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is recommended for student athletes. (08) 060214 Deare G               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:50am-11:25am            FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is recommended for veterans. (09) 060207 Swanson-            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-12:35pm         NP-7                            Garoupa M                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (10) 060216 de Larios R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC1222                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (11) 060217 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm           NP-3                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (12) 060218 Fernandez M      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm            FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (13) 060219 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:35pm-2:10pm     NC2119                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (14) 060220 Deare G               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm      HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (15) 060223 Koppel S              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (16) 060222 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             NP-3                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (17) 060224 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:05pm              FP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (18) 060225 Koppel S              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (19) 060226 Albonetti M        T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (20) 060227 Vetter J                Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm            FP-10                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217

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enGl-151RW Introduction to College Reading and Writing Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ENGL-151A, ENGL-162 Develop  critical  reading,  critical  thinking,  and  college-level  writing.  Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060986 Swanson-            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-10:45am      NC2119                            Garoupa M (02) 060988 Kuehner A           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-12:30pm           6107 (03) 060987 Hurley J               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-1:45pm      NC2318 (04) 060990 Flynn R                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-2:15pm      NC2121 This section is part of the Puente Learning Community. Registration is limited to   students  in  the  Puente  program.  To  register  students  must  contact  Michael DeUnamuno  at  mdeunamuno@ohlone.edu.  Students  must  also  register  for  PD-105-05 (060617).

enGl-156 Introduction to Report and Technical Writing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-151B, BA-116, or equivalent writing experience Basic report and technical writing course for developing job-related writing skills.

(01) 060229 TBA                                        8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Most ENGL-162 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-162 Developmental Reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Advisory: ESL-184RW or Accuplacer assessment. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151A encouraged to enhance combined reading and writing skills. For improvement of basic reading skills, vocabulary skills, and study strategies. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060230 Kawasaki-Hull K    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am            FP-14                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (02) 060231 Davila C               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              FP-2                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is recommended for veterans. (03) 060232 Kuykendall S       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             6107                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (04) 060233 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-10:05am      HH-207                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (05) 060234 Carter K               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2123                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (06) 060235 Davila C               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am            FP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is part of a University Express Learning Community. Students must also  register for ENGL-151A-07 (060197) and PD-113-05 (060623). Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access.     (07) 060236 Levy M                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm           NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (08) 060237 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:35am-1:10pm            FP-8                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (09) 060238 Kuykendall S       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm            FP-9                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (Continued on next column.)

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(12) 060241 Omidi P               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm            FP-6                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (13) 060242 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:45pm-2:20pm      HH-207                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217 (14) 060243 Levy M                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             NP-4                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         NC1118 (15) 060244 Radcliff S             Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm            FP-14                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.10 hrs/week         HH-217

Most ENGL-163 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and  online.  Students must have Internet access.  Internet access is available for  free  to  students  in  the  computer  labs  on  both  the  Fremont  and  Newark campuses.   enGl-163 Techniques of College Reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: ENGL-162 or score between 71.5 and 87.5 on the reading portion of Accuplacer Assessment |  Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151B encouraged Development  of  college-level  skills  in  vocabulary,  comprehension,  critical reading/thinking,  study  strategies,  and  reading  rate.  Not  applicable  to associate degree.

(01) 060245 Davila C               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (02) 060246 Armerding B       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC1222                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (03) 060247 Kawasaki-Hull K    TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am             4201                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (04) 060248 Xiezopolski I       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      HH-116                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (05) 060250 Swamy R             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:15am-11:50am    HH-207                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 This section is recommended for veterans. (06) 060251 Davila C               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:20pm          FP-2                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (07) 060249 Kelso J                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (08) 060253 Virgil T                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (09) 060254 Swamy R             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:15pm-1:50pm      HH-207                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14   ���  +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (10) 060256 Virgil T                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        HH-208                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (11) 060255 Tull B                    TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC2122                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (12) 060257 Xiezopolski I       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:05pm            FP-13                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (13) 060258 de Larios R          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:20pm             NP-6                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB (14) 060259 Silva L                  Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm            FP-13                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB

enGl-172 Vocabulary Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Individualized program in vocabulary improvement. Not applicable to associate degree.

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enGl-173 Improvement of learning Techniques Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Improvement of learning skills through individualized practice of reading, studying and listening. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060261 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 Students  must  report  to  HH-217  on  the  Fremont  campus  the  first  week  of  the semester.

enGl-174 Spelling Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) For  improvement  of  spelling  skills  through  individualized  practice.  Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060262 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 Students  must  report  to  HH-217  on  the  Fremont  campus  the  first  week  of  the semester.

enGl-175 Reading and Comprehension Improvement Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) For improvement of reading skills through individualized work on specific weaknesses. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060263 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 Students  must  report  to  HH-217  on  the  Fremont  campus  the  first  week  of  the semester.

enGl-176 Rapid Reading Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Advisory: Ninth grade reading comprehension level To increase reading rate while maintaining and improving comprehension. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060264 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week         HH-217 Students  must  report  to  HH-217  on  the  Fremont  campus  the  first  week  of  the semester.

enGl-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) |  Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060265 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.70 hrs/week         HH-217

english as a Second language eSl-181lS listening and Speaking, level I Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test Development  of  listening  and  speaking  skills  in  American  English.  Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060273 Curtis M              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-11:15am      NC2315 (02) 060272 Payne L                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-1:45pm           NP-7

eSl-181RW Reading and Writing, level I Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Advisory: Appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test Development of reading, writing, and grammar skills in American English, Level 1. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060274 Payne L                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-10:45am           NP-7 (02) 060275 Podevyn J           MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:15pm     NC2315 (03) 060276 Rossini S              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm        HH-206

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eSl-182lS listening and Speaking, level II Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-181LS and/or appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test Development of listening and speaking skills in English. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060278 Penner E             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-11:15am        4104A (02) 060277 Curtis M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:15pm   NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

eSl-182RW Reading and Writing, level II Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-181RW and/or appropriate score on ESL Placement Test Development of reading, writing, and grammar skills in English. Not applicable to associate degree.

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Kehl M                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-10:45am           NP-7 Olsen C                MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:45am          FP-9 Penner E             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:15pm             NP-1 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm        HH-208

eSl-183lS listening and Speaking, level III Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-182LS and/or appropriate score on ESL Placement Test Oral/aural communication skills in idiomatic and academic English. Focus on fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060284 Taguchi K            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:45am              FP-9 (02) 060283 Curtis M              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-10:15am      NC2315                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

eSl-183RW Reading and Writing, level III Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-182RW or placement through ESL Placement Test Development of reading, writing, and grammar skills, with a focus on academic American English, Level III. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060285 Olsen C                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-10:45am      HH-207 (02) 060286 Kehl M                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-2:45pm     NC2308 (03) 060287 Olsen C                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm              FP-9

eSl-184RW Reading and Writing, level IV Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Prerequisite: ESL-183RW or appropriate score on the ESL Placement Test Development  of  advanced  reading,  writing,  and  grammar  skills,  with  an academic focus, Level IV. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060288 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:35pm             NP-1

eSl-365 eSl – Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) |  Prerequisite: Instructor or Counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060289 Swamy R                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.70 hrs/week         HH-217

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enVS-101 natural Resource Management Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Analysis of natural resources and the role of human populations in their use, sustainable development, and exploitation.

FRen-101A elementary French Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to reading, writing, speaking, and understanding of French.

(01) 060266 Bansal N              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC1222

enVS-105 energy: The environment, humans, and Sustainability

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC The exploration of the conversion and use of energy, the nature of energy and energy systems, how different cultures use and view energy, and the use of energy in contemporary societies.

(01) 060267 Bansal N              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC1222

enVS-107 Food, Culture, and the environment Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU This course examines how global changes in food systems, politics, economics, science, and consumption impact the environment and how traditional and evolving farming can reduce environmental impacts.

(01) 060268 Bansal N              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC1222

enVS-108 Introduction to the environment Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Examines  scientific,  social,  and  political  causes  of  earth’s  environmental problems, and proposes sustainable solutions.

(01) 060269 Bansal N              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC1222 (02) 060270 Watanabe J                          8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

enVS-142 environmental Biology Cross-referenced Course: BIOl-142 Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Biology of organismal interactions and distribution, human environmental impact, and conservation of natural resources.

(01) 060271 Watanabe J        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC1224                                                         M              8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-3:35pm     NC1224

(01) 060290 Wolpe A              MWTh     8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:15am    NC2309                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:15am-11:45am    NC2309                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Gender and Women’s Studies WS-101 Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to concepts in gender and women’s studies, such as place, race, ethnicity, sexuality, class, and age. C-ID SOCI 140

(01) 060837 Holliger H                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

WS-150 Women’s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: hlTh-150 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Contemporary issues of women’s health.

(01) 060838 Kurotori R           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2123 (02) 060839 Kurotori R           M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             9103 (03) 060840 Bain C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Geography GeOG-101 Physical Geography Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC People and their physical environment; the natural features of climate, land forms, soil, vegetation, water, and mineral resources.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Geography major?

(01) 060303 Morgan P            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:10am-9:45am             8112                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8109 (02) 060304 Morgan P            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:10am-9:45am             8112                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           8112 (03) 060305 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           8112                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am         8109 (04) 060306 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           8112                                                         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             8112 (05) 060307 Rahman A           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC1222                                                         T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm        NC1224

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Geography for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

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GeOG-102 Cultural Geography Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Origin, spread, and regional differentiation of human cultures. C-ID GEOG 120

(01) 060308 Bansal N                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

GeOG-104 World Regional Geography Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-163 Survey of world geography, region by region, and the physical and cultural factors that affect the nations of the world.

(01) 060309 Belasky P            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm              FP-6

GeOG-105 California Geography Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC California and its varied environments and the natural and cultural forces which have shaped this great State. C-ID GEOG 140

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GeOl-103 Paleontology and Dinosaurs Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; GEOL-103L Origin of life, fossils, dinosaurs, evolution, and life in ancient land and sea. Saturday field trips will be required in lieu of scheduled lab/class time.

(01) 060315 Belasky P            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm           8109

GeOl-104 The Changing earth: historical Geology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: GEOL-104L Evolution of Earth and life through time; global climatic change as revealed by plate tectonics, rocks, and fossils. C-ID GEOL 110

(01) 060317 Belasky P            T               8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:35pm           8109                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.90 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Graphic Arts GA-109A Beginning Graphic Design I (letter Forms and Typography)

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GeOG-121

Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduces the basics of GIS concepts, techniques, and applications. Emphasis on hands-on functionality of GIS.

(01) 060311 Bansal N                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +4.60 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Geology

Cross-referenced Course: ART-109A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-104A Fundamentals  of  letter  form  design  with  traditional  and  contemporary alphabets.

(01) 060291 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:15pm        HH-209

GA-109B Beginning Graphic Design II Cross-referenced Course: ART-109B Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GA-109A or ART-109A Pictorial image and written words as basic components for communication.

(01) 060292 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

GeOl-101 Introduction to Geology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Geologic concepts related to composition, processes of change, and history of the earth. C-ID GEOL 101

(01) 060312 Belasky P            W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             8109                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. Students must attend the first class session. Please contact instructor Paul Belasky at pbelasky@ohlone.edu for more information.

GeOl-102 Introduction to Oceanography Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Origin of ocean basins, nature of sea floor, physical characteristics of sea water, ocean currents, marine life, and geology.

(01) 060313 Belasky P            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:40pm-3:15pm            FP-16

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Geology major? Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Geology for Transfer degree from Ohlone!Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

GA-110A Advanced Graphic Design I Cross-referenced Course: ART-110A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GA-109B or ART-109B Student problem solving using graphics and 3-D design.

(01) 060293 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

GA-110B Advanced Graphic Design II Cross-referenced Course: ART-110B Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GA-110A or ART-110A Advanced attention to graphic design, solutions and presentations.

(01) 060294 Pacheco J            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50pm-10:05pm      HH-209

GA-138A Beginning Photoshop Cross-referenced Course: ART-138A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC For photographers with limited experience or new to Photoshop or computerbased photo editing. Camera not required.

(01) 060295 Thompson A       T               8/25/14-12/12/14      5:30pm-9:55pm          4104B                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +2.30 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

GA-160A Computer Graphics I Cross-referenced Course: ART-160A Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to computers and computer-generated graphics.

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GA-160B Computer Graphics II Cross-referenced Course: ART-160B Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GA-160A Intermediate and advanced skills needed to operate a computer graphics work station.

(01) 061257 Mei M                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-12:30pm      NC1407

GA-161A Digital Graphics I Cross-referenced Course: ART-161A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Overview of computer graphics on desktop computers.

hlTh-150 Women’s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: WS-150 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Contemporary issues of women’s health.

(01) 060297 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-12:35pm      HH-209

(01) 060298 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:15pm        HH-209

GA-161B Digital Graphics II Cross-referenced Course: ART-161B Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: GA-161A or ART-161A Intermediate and advanced skills needed to operate a digital graphics work station and publish on the Web.

(01) 060299 TBA                      TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-3:15pm        HH-209

GA-169A Beginning Digital Photography Cross-referenced Course: ART-139A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ART-138A and ENGL-151A Shoot creative projects, look at photos, discuss photography and the creative process with others sharing your interest.

(01) 060300 Mueller P            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-10:05am         4104B                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +4.40 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started. (02) 060301 Mueller P                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +7.90 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (03) 060302 Mueller P                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +7.90 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

(01) 060348 Kurotori R           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2123 (02) 060349 Kurotori R           M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             9103 (03) 060350 Bain C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hlTh-160 human Sexuality Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Examines the physiological and psychological aspects of sexual health in our contemporary society.

(01) 060351 Belzer E                                 8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

history hIST-102A Chicana/o history I Cross-referenced Course: ChS-102A Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Covers the history of Chicanas and Chicanos from Pre-Colombian times to 1850.

(01) 061138 De Unamuno R     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-3:35pm        NC2119

hIST-104A Western Civilization with a World Perspective Until 1600

Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Civilization in the Mediterranean to 1600 with a look at other world cultures.

(01) 060318 Hanna S               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm            FP-4 (02) 060319 Hanna S               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am              FP-8

health and Wellness Please see KIn (Kinesiology) and Pe (Physical Education) for additional  courses  related  to  exercise  science,  sports  medicine,  and  physical  education. hlTh-101 Contemporary health Issues Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A A study of how to obtain and maintain optimum wellness for self, family, and community.

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hlTh-140 Qigong I Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Basic exercises, breathing techniques, static postures, introduction to selfmassage, visualization, and meditation.

060344 Kurotori R           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC1222 060345 Ong K                   M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm            FP-14 060346 Ong K                   T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-9:10pm             9103 060347 Bain C                                    8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-104B Western Civilization with a World Perspective From 1600

Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Cultural, social, and political developments in Western Civilization, with a world perspective from 1600 CE.

(01) 060320 Kahan P               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2100

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a History major? Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in History for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

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hIST-105 history of California Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Heritage and development of California from beginning to present day.

(01) 060321 McCarty H          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm           3201 (02) 060322 Higdon N             T               8/25/14-12/12/14      6:15pm-9:25pm            FP-16 (03) 060323 McCarty H                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (04) 060324 McCarty H                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (05) 061149 McCarty H                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-106A World history to 1500 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A Survey the development of world civilizations to 1500.

(01) 060996 Kahan P               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm        NC2102

hIST-107 history of Film Cross-referenced Course: TD-107 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Art, history, and production of films.

(01) 060325 Selinske R           Th             8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             3201

hIST-114A African American history 1619-1877 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-151B and/or ENGL-163 This course covers from 1619 to 1877, including political, social, cultural, and economic experiences.

(01) 060326 Jones J                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm          FP-3

hIST-114B African American history 1877 to Present Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-163 This course covers from 1877 to present, including political, social, cultural, and economic experiences.

(01) 060327 Jones J                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:05pm            FP-3

hIST-115 Asian-American history Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A This course examines and compares the diverse historical and contemporary experiences of major Asian American groups.

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hIST-117A history of the United States Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A History of the United States from pre-colonial times through Reconstruction (1877).

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060331 Kahan P               MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2119 060329 Bardell D             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           3201 060330 Higdon N             S                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-1:05pm             NP-7 060332 Eden J                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2100 060333 Eden J                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      11:30am-1:05pm      NC2100 061151 Higdon N             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm            FP-11 060334 Prater C               W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2106 061150 De Unamuno R                       8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (09) 060335 Bardell D                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-117B history of the United States Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A History of the United States from 1877 (the end of Reconstruction) to the present.

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060336 Hanada K            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2100 060337 Bardell D             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:20pm         3201 060338 Spengeman S     TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm        NC2100 060339 Eden J                  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:30pm-6:05pm            FP-16 060340 De Unamuno R     M              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm        NC2106 060341 Bardell D                               8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-141 A history of early Rock and Roll: Music and Culture of the 1950’s

Cross-referenced Course: IS-142, MUS-122 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A The development of rock and roll music through the 1950’s and the emergence of the counter-culture.

(01) 060342 McCarty H                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

hIST-143 history of Rock and Roll: Music and Culture Since 1970

Cross-referenced Course: MUS-125 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Historical overview of the development of popular music and culture since 1970.

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Interpreter Training

IS-100 Survey of the Arts Cross-referenced Course: ART-100, MUS-100, TD-100 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Theatre, Art, Music!! The Creative Minds!!! Understanding and responding to the arts! Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

InT-101 Interpreting As a Career Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Basic overview of Interpreting as a career.

(01) 060371 Nelson M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             2133 (02) 060372 Nelson M            W              8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:40pm             2133

IS-142 A history of early Rock and Roll: Music and Culture of the 1950’s

Cross-referenced Course: hIST-141, MUS-122 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-101A The development of rock and roll music through the 1950’s and the emergence of the counter-culture.

(01) 060373 McCarty H                            8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

Interior Design ID-150A Interior Design Concepts Cross-referenced Course: ART-150A Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Demonstrations and application of techniques used by professional interior designers.

(01) 060352 Ogden D              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:10pm      4104B (02) 060353 Dye J                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:50am         4104B

ID-153 history of Decorative Arts Cross-referenced Course: ART-153 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Furniture decoration, styles related to architecture, and decorative arts from ancient to present.

(01) 061022 Ogden D              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm          4104B

ID-158 Textiles Cross-referenced Course: ART-158 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Fundamentals of textiles as related to contemporary interior design.

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(01) 060358 Manning T          W              8/27/14-10/1/14        1:30pm-4:20pm             5301 This class is open to non-Interpreter Preparation Program students.

InT-106 Discourse Analysis: ASl Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Acceptance into the IPP |  Corequisite: INT-107, INT-112, INT-115, INT-116, INT-127 Overview of ASL discourse including language variation, register, prosody and cohesion.

(01) 060359 Holcomb T          W              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-4:40pm             6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

InT-107 Interpreter Orientation Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Acceptance into the IPP |  Corequisite: INT-106, INT-112, INT-115, INT-116, INT-127 Overview of the interpreting profession and skills necessary to be successful.

(01) 060360 Holcomb T          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-10:35am           6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

InT-112 Comparative linguistics: ASl and english Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Acceptance into IPP |  Corequisite: INT-106, INT-107, INT-115, INT-116, INT-127 A comparison of the linguistics of ASL and English with particular emphasis on syntax.

(01) 060361 Lessard P             F                8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-12:10pm           6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

InT-115 Interpreting Preparation Skills Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Acceptance into the IPP |  Corequisite: INT-106, INT-107, INT-112, INT-116, INT-127 Interpretation theory and skills in sub-tasks necessary for interpreting.

(01) 060362 Manning T          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:55pm         6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

InT-116 Discourse Analysis: english Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: INT-106, INT-107, INT-112, INT-115, INT-127 Overview of English discourse including language variation, register, prosody, and cohesion.

(01) 060363 Keller K                M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-5:05pm             6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

(01) 061021 Rogers B              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:30pm             4304

InT-127 ethics I Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: INT-106, INT-107, INT-112, INT-115, INT-116 This course will explore students’ personal ethics and beliefs as well as those of the US majority culture.

Are you artistic and analytical, creative and well-organized? Do you like to solve problems?

(01) 060364 Manning T          MW          8/25/14-8/27/14        5:30pm-7:00pm             6315                                                         W              9/3/14-9/3/14             5:30pm-7:00pm             6315                                                         MW          9/8/14-10/1/14           5:30pm-7:00pm             6315                                                         W              10/8/14-10/8/14        5:30pm-7:00pm             6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

Explore the World of Interior Design!

InT-191A ASl Interpreting Workshops Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Working interpreter experience; four semesters of ASL Selected topics in the area of ASL-English interpreting.

Fall classes include: ID-150A-01 (060352) Interior Design Concepts ID-150A-02 (060353) Interior Design Concepts ID-153-01 (061022) History of Decorative Arts ID-158-01 (061021) Textiles

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InT-191B ASl Interpreting Workshops Unit(s): 2.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: Working interpreter experience; four semesters of ASL Selected topics in the area of ASL-English interpreting.

(01) 061148 Keller K                TTh           10/7/14-11/18/14      5:30pm-8:30pm             6315

InT-199C Introduction to Medical Interpreting Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: INT-237, INT-240, INT-253, or instructor approval for working and Deaf interpreters An introduction to medical interpreting including lecture, discussion, analysis, and practice.

(01) 060365 Barber M            F                9/26/14-9/26/14        5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         S                9/27/14-9/27/14        9:00am-4:00pm             6315                                                         F                10/10/14-10/10/14    5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         S                10/11/14-10/11/14    9:00am-4:00pm             6315 This class is open to working interpreters, with instructor’s permission.

InT-199D Introduction to educational Interpreting K-12 Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Corequisite: IPP students must be in their third semester classes and have passed all second semester courses with C or better. This course is also open to working interpreters. Deaf interpreters are welcome. An  introduction  to  educational  interpreting  in  K-12  settings.  Lecture, discussion, and practice are included.

(01) 060366 Lessard P             F                11/7/14-11/7/14        5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         S                11/8/14-11/8/14        9:00am-4:00pm             6315                                                         F                11/21/14-11/21/14    5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         S                11/22/14-11/22/14    9:00am-4:00pm             6315

InT-199F Introduction to Social Service and employment Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: INT-145, INT-147, INT-153, INT-199A |  Corequisite: Students must be registered in all third semester courses: INT-227, INT-245, INT-253 and other INT-199 series courses. Working interpreters and Deaf Interpreters may join with instructor or Division Office approval. An introduction to interpreting into social service and employment settings including discussion, analysis and practice.

(01) 060367 Manning T          Th             9/4/14-9/4/14             5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         Th             9/18/14-9/18/14        5:00pm-8:00pm             6315                                                         Th             10/2/14-10/2/14        5:00pm-8:00pm             6315 This  class  is  for  students  in  the  Interpreter  Preparation  Program  and  working interpreters with the instructor’s approval.

InT-227 ethics II: Interpreting ethics and Decision-Making Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: First unit course on personal ethics as well as INT-145, INT-147, INT-153, and INT-199A |  Corequisite: INT-245, INT-253, and courses offered in the INT-199 series Discussion of ethics, decision-making, professional role through DemandControl Schema (DCS) lens.

(01) 060368 Keller K                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

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InT-245 Phantom Interpreting Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: INT-145, INT-147, INT-153, and INT-199A |  Corequisite: INT-253, INT-227, and at least one of the INT-199 courses offered Students  interpret  in  real  situations  on  and  off  campus,  without  Deaf consumers present.

(01) 060369 Lawrence S                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.      Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

InT-253 Interpreting: english to ASl Unit(s): 6.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: INT-145, INT-147, INT-153, INT-199A, and other courses in INT-199 series | Corequisite: INT-199C, INT-199D, INT-199E English to ASL interpreting-consecutive, simultaneous, blended.

(01) 060370 Lawrence S         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-2:40pm           6315                                                         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-11:40am           6315 This class is only for students accepted into the Interpreter Preparation Program.

Japanese JPnS-101A elementary Japanese Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to speaking, reading, and writing of Japanese in cultural context.

(01) 060382 Aramaki S           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:00am-11:40am           5301                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

Journalism JOUR-101A newswriting Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: ENGL-101A News and feature writing, reporting, interviewing, editing for newspapers and broadcast media. C-ID JOUR 110

(01) 060374 Parks W               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:40pm-3:15pm              FP-2

JOUR-147 Photography/Graphic Arts newspaper Staff Cross-referenced Course: ART-147 Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-106A or ART-133A Students produce photos/graphics for publication using digital techniques. Students produce two photos/graphics per issue.

(01) 060375 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310

Did you know??? Nearly 42 percent of all California veterans receiving GI educational benefits attend a California community college for workforce training, to earn an associate degree, or to work toward transferring to a four-year university. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Please see page 28 for classroom location key. Shaded class listing designates evening sections. SUMMeR/FAll 2014

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JOUR-148 Photography/Graphic Arts newspaper Staff Cross-referenced Course: ART-148 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ART-106A or ART-133A Students produce photos/graphics for publication using digital techniques. This course reserved for managers and editors.

(01) 060376 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

JOUR-155 Mass Media and Society Cross-referenced Course: BRDC-155 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Basics of how mass communication works. For both media majors and media consumers. C-ID JOUR 100

(01) 060377 Parks W               MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:15am            FP-4

JOUR-171 newspaper Writing and editing Staff Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, JOUR-101A Staff  writes,  edits,  produces  the  campus  newspaper  the  Monitor  and  its website. Students contribute two stories/issue.

(01) 060378 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310

JOUR-172 newspaper Writing and editing Staff Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, JOUR-101A Staff writes, edits, produces college newspaper the Monitor and its website. This course reserved for managers and editors.

(01) 060379 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:00pm             5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm             5310                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

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Kinesiology The  following  theory  courses  are  primarily  focused  on  exercise science,  wellness,  and  sports  medicine.  Please  see  Pe for  physical activity  courses  or  AThl (Athletics)  for  all  courses  related  to  intercollegiate athletics. KIn-240 Introduction to Kinesiology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduces the history, philosophy, and careers in physical education, fitness, and sport. C-ID KIN 100

(01) 060383 Curran M            MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm         9103

KIn-242 Sociology of Sport Cross-referenced Course: SOC-142 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Examination of cultural stratification, race, gender, education, economics, and politics as they relate to sports.

(01) 060385 TBA                      M              8/25/14-12/12/14      5:30pm-7:35pm              FP-2                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

KIn-251 Fitness for life Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Designed for students who wish to understand methods of assessment for components of wellness.

(01) 060386 Curran M            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm         9103 (02) 060387 Kurotori R                             8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

KIn-257 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: ENGL-151B and BIOL-103A Introductory course discussing prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.

JOUR-177 Advertising Staff Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Students sell and produce advertising for student newspaper and magazine. Students make two ad contacts/week.

(01) 060388 Roberts J             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-10:20am           9103                                                         F                8/25/14-12/12/14      8:50am-12:00pm           9101

JOUR-178 Advertising Staff Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU Students sell and produce advertising for student newspaper and magazine. This course is reserved for managers and editors.

(01) 060389 Roberts J                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +3.40 hrs/week              9101

(01) 060380 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-11:30am         5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm         5310

(01) 060381 Dennis R              M              8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-11:30am         5310                                                         WF            8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm         5310                                                                           8/25/14-12/12/14      +1.00 hrs/week              WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education  heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the      instructions for getting started.

KIn-381 Clinical experiences in Athletic Training I Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: KIN-257 This  class  provides  observational  and  practical  experience  in  the  athletic training room.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Kinesiology major? Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate degrees for transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

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KIn-382 Clinical experiences in Athletic Training II Unit(s): 2.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: KIN-257 This class provides experience working with athletes in the athletic training room.

(01) 060390 Roberts J                              8/25/14-12/12/14      +6.80 hrs/week              9101

learning Skills lSP-111 Job Seeking Skills Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) Course provides WorkAbility III students with an overview of job seeking and job retention skills. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060396 Burdett A            TTh           9/16/14-10/2/14        9:00am-11:50am      NC1204 Students must be enrolled in Workability III and be a client of the Department of Rehabilitation. (02) 060397 Burdett A            TTh           10/14/14-10/30/14    9:00am-11:50am      NC1204 Students must be enrolled in Workability III and be a client of the Department of Rehabilitation. (03) 060398 Burdett A            TTh           11/18/14-12/9/14      9:00am-11:50am      NC1204 Students must be enrolled in Workability III and be a client of the Department of Rehabilitation.

library Science lS-101 Steps to Successful Research Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Introduction to information retrieval and evaluation.

(01) 060391 Schmidt J                              8/25/14-10/3/14        +3.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started. (02) 060392 Thomas E                             10/20/14-12/1/14      +3.00 hrs/week              WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Consult the Distance Education      heading after the class listings in this schedule for important information on this class.  Go  to  http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/  and  follow  the instructions for getting started.

lS-151 Internet for Research Cross-referenced Course: CS-151 Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Advisory: ENGL-151A This course focuses on finding and evaluating information on the Internet for academic research.

(01) 060393 Smith L                S                10/4/14-10/11/14      12:30pm-5:00pm     NC2318

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Mathematics MATh-101A Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-188 Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications, and introduction to integration. C-ID MATH 210

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Nguyen A            MTWThF 8/25/14-12/12/14      6:50am-7:50am              FP-1 Bradshaw R        MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:30am      NC2120 Bloom A              MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      12:30pm-1:45pm            FP-1 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:30pm-6:15pm             NP-6 Johnson C           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             NP-4

MATh-101B Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101A Integration  techniques,  series,  conics,  parametric  equations,  and  polar coordinates.

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Honma C             MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:00am              FP-3 Smedfjeld R        MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      12:15pm-1:30pm           6205 TBA                      TWTh       8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:45pm             NP-7 Anderson S         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm        NC2120

MATh-101C Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101B Vectors, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, multiple integration, and applications. C-ID MATH 230

(01) 060406 Bradshaw R        MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:00am        NC2120 (02) 060407 Smedfjeld R        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm              FP-3

MATh-103 Introduction to linear Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101B Vector spaces, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, eigenvectors, and applications. C-ID MATH 250

(01) 060408 Smedfjeld R        MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-8:15pm             6205

MATh-104 Differential equations Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-101B |  Advisory: MATH-101C and MATH-103 Traditional  methods,  series  solutions,  Laplace  transforms,  systems, applications. C-ID MATH 240

(01) 060409 Bitzer S                MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:45am         HH-210

MATh-151 Algebra I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-191 or placement evaluation Algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, graphs, systems of equations, exponents, polynomials, and factoring.

(01) 060410 Cheng M             MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:00am              NP-5 (02) 060411 Gambhir J           MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:30am           6205 (03) 060412 Leon G                 MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:00pm         NP-5 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (04) (05) (06) (08)

060413 Pelimiano M       MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:15pm        NC2120 060414 Bloom A              MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      11:00am-12:15pm          FP-1 060416 Ta D                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             NP-6 060417 Wong W              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-12:30pm        6106B This section is taught in American Sign Language only.

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MATh-151A Algebra I (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-191 or placement evaluation Signed numbers, equations, graphs, systems of equations, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060418 Nguyen A            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:00am         HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

(02) 060419 Munding T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (03) 060420 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (04) 060421 Singh V                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:45pm-8:20pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (05) 060422 Babu P                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:20pm           6204 (06) 060423 Katz I                    TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-2:50pm             NP-6 (08) 060424 Babu P                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      5:15pm-6:50pm              FP-7

MATh-151B Algebra I (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151A Exponents, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060425 Nguyen A            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-9:45am         HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

(02) 060426 Munding T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:25pm-5:00pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. Students should contact the instructor   at tmunding@ohlone.edu for class meeting information. (03) 060427 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:55pm-6:30pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (04) 060428 Singh V                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:55pm-9:30pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (05) 060429 Katz I                    MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-3:00pm          4104A

MATh-152 Algebra II Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Systems,  graphs,  conics,  exponentials,  logs,  sequences,  series,  binomial theorem.

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060430 Chan K                 MTWThF 8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-8:45am              FP-4 060431 Singh V                MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:00am        NC2318 060432 Honma C             MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      9:30am-10:45am            FP-1 060433 Chan K                 MTWThF 8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:15am            FP-3 060434 Munding T          MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:00pm   NC2120 060435 Hirsch G              MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:00pm             NP-5 060436 Honma C             MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      1:45pm-3:00pm             6205 060437 Van Der Poel M     MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      3:15pm-4:30pm             6205 060438 Cheng M             MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:30am           NP-5 060439 Hirsch G              MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      3:15pm-4:30pm             NP-5 060440 Houser E             MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm              FP-1 060441 Luu T                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm        NC2122 060442 Nguyen A            MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:00pm         6205 060443 Munding T          MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-4:45pm              FP-6 060444 Pages E                TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm             6205 060445 Wong W              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:15pm-4:00pm          6106B This section is taught in American Sign Language only.

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MATh-152A Algebra II (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Functions, linear systems, inequalities, radical expressions and equations, complex numbers.

(01) 060446 Nguyen A            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:00am         HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

(02) 060447 Munding T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm  ���     HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (03) 060448 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (04) 060449 Singh V                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:45pm-8:20pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (05) 060450 Nguyen N            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:35am        NC2122 (06) 060451 Brojerdi G           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm              FP-1 (07) 060452 Zoubeidi M         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:45pm-6:20pm        NC2122

MATh-152B Algebra II (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-152A or placement evaluation Graphs,  quadratics,  exponentials,  logs,  conics,  sequences,  series,  sigma notation, binomial expansion.

(01) 060453 Nguyen A            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:45am-9:45am         HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

(02) 060454 Munding T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:25pm-5:00pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (03) 060455 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      4:55pm-6:30pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (04) 060456 Singh V                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:55pm-9:30pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (06) 060457 Nguyen N            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:35am    NC2122

MATh-153 Intermediate Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151, MATH-151A and MATH-151B, or placement evaluation Functions, graphs, quadratics, parabolas, exponentials, logs, sigma notation.

(01) 060458 Nguyen A            MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:00am         HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (02) 060459 Munding T          TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (03) 060460 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (04) 060461 Singh V                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:45pm-8:20pm        HH-218 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (05) (06) (07) (08) (09) (10) (11)

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Judge T                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm              FP-7 Jew K                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:25am-9:00am              FP-6 Brojerdi G           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:05pm              FP-4 Anderson S         MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm        NC2122 Vanajakshi C       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      4:45pm-6:20pm        NC2122 Houser E             TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm              FP-7 Vu T                     MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm              FP-2

MATh-155 Math for the Associate Degree Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-151 or placement evaluation A survey math course emphasizing problem solving in various real world areas. Meets minimum General Education math requirement.

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MATh-156 Math for liberal Arts Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152, MATH-153, or placement evaluation A survey course of selected topics and problem solving from a spectrum of math such as statistics, math in art, finance.

(01) 060469 Katz I                    TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm             NP-6 (02) 060470 Brachhausen E   MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm        NC2100 (03) 061163 TBA                      MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm              FP-2

MATh-159 Introduction to Statistics Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152, MATH-153, or placement evaluation |  Advisory: ENGL-163 Probability, distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression and analysis of variance.

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O’Connell J         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-10:30am      HH-210 Leon G                 MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      12:15pm-1:30pm           NP-5 O’Connell J         MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      12:00pm-1:15pm      HH-210 Bitzer S                MWF        8/25/14-12/12/14      10:00am-11:45am    HH-210 Bitzer S                TWTh       8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:15pm        HH-210 Holmes B            TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-5:45pm        NC1222 Rouland T           MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      3:30pm-4:45pm        HH-210 Rouland T           MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      4:55pm-6:10pm        HH-210 Demlinger K       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      6:35pm-9:20pm        HH-210 Medeiros N        TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm        NC2120

MATh-163 Discrete Mathematics for Computers Cross-referenced Course: CS-113 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-188 |  Advisory: MATH-101A and MATH-101B This course is an introduction to discrete mathematics and its applications in computer science.

(01) 060481 Topham D           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:15am-10:50am      NC2308

MATh-167 Calculus for Business and Social Science Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 Single and multivariable functions, derivatives, integrals, and applications to business and social science.

(01) 060482 Gambhir J           MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:00am             6205 (02) 061164 Yayli G                  MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      3:30pm-4:45pm             NP-3 (03) 060483 Lau D                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-9:15pm              FP-1

MATh-181 Trigonometry Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU |  Prerequisite: MATH-152 or placement evaluation Graphing, theory, and applications of trigonometric functions.

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Bloom A              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45am-9:20am             6204 Cho E                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2106 Demlinger K       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:30pm-3:05pm            FP-11 Vanajakshi C       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-4:05pm        NC2120 O’Connell J         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:45pm-5:20pm            FP-10 Heath C               TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:45pm-8:20pm             NP-6

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MATh-188 Pre-Calculus Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) |  Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC |  Prerequisite: MATH-181 Advanced study of algebraic and transcendental functions; sequences, series.

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Ta D                      MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      8:00am-9:15am              FP-1 Bradshaw R        MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      11:45am-1:00pm      NC2122 O’Connell J         MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      2:00pm-3:15pm              FP-1 TBA                      MTWTh   8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-3:45pm        NC2315 Dinh H                 MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:15pm-6:00pm             NP-4 Zoubeidi M         TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:45pm-9:30pm        NC2119

MATh-190 Basic Mathematics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Fractions,  decimals,  percents,  word  problems,  and  measurement.  Not applicable to associate degree.

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060495 Maguire T           MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      10:30am-12:05pm         NP-6 060496 Bloom A              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      2:15pm-3:50pm        HH-218 060497 Guerra E              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:45pm-9:20pm             NP-5 060498 Babu P                 TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm              FP-2 060499 Van Der Poel M  TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:30pm-8:05pm             6204 061025 Judge T                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      5:00pm-6:35pm              FP-7 061007 Wong W              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      8:30am-10:05am           6201 This section is taught in American Sign Language only.

MATh-190A Basic Mathematics (Self-Paced) Unit(s): 1.50 (GR) Self-paced course covering whole numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060500 Katz I                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      3:15pm-4:05pm          4104A This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (02) 060501 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:30pm-3:20pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

MATh-190B Basic Mathematics (Self-Paced) Unit(s): 1.50 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-190A Self-paced  course  covering  ratios,  proportions,  percents,  systems  of measurement, and analysis of data. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060503 Katz I                    MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      4:00pm-4:50pm          4104A This is a computer-based, self-paced section.  (02) 060504 Pelimiano M       TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      2:40pm-3:30pm        NC2119 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. 

MATh-191 Pre-Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) |  Prerequisite: MATH-190, MATH-190B, or placement evaluation Signed integers, fractions, decimals, variables, problem-solving, geometry applications, and study skills. Not applicable to associate degree.

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060506 Jew K                   TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      3:00pm-4:35pm        NC2122 060507 Pelimiano M       MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      9:45am-11:20am      NC2122 060508 Johnson C           TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      10:45am-12:20pm       NP-12 060509 Guerra E              TTh           8/25/14-12/12/14      6:00pm-7:35pm             NP-5 060510 Judge T                MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      7:00pm-8:35pm              FP-7 060511 Wong W              MW          8/25/14-12/12/14      1:00pm-2:35pm          6106B This section���is taught in American Sign Language only.

MATh-199 Success in Math Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) |  Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in another Math class Learn  math  note-taking,  testing,  textbook  reading  and  math  study  skills; evaluating learning styles. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 060512 Katz I                    MW          9/8/14-10/29/14        12:45pm-1:45pm        4104A                                                                           9/8/14-10/29/14        +2.30 hrs/week         HH-219

MATh-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) |  Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 060513 Bradshaw R                          8/25/14-12/12/14      +5.80 hrs/week         HH-219

Please see page 28 for classroom location key. Shaded class listing designates evening sections.