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Winter 2017 Cybersession JANUARY 3-22 Spring Semester Begins JANUARY 23 PLEASE NOTE: Orientation

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

3 Units, 3 Weeks All Classes Online S E E PA G E 5

APPLY & REGISTER ONLINE

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COntentS — Spring 2017

Academic Calendar..............................................................................2 Academic Regulations .......................................................................98 Adding Classes...................................................................................98 Admission Information........................................................................8 Admissions and Records..................................................................101 Application Form ..............................................................Center Pages Athletics ..........................................................................................101 Auditing...........................................................................................100 Board of Governors Waiver Program ..............................................107 Bookstore ........................................................................................102 Campus Police/Safety and Security Services...................................102 Career Services................................................................................103 Cashier’s Office................................................................................103 Class Listing Guide.............................................................................26 Class Listings — Spring 2017 ........................................................27-97 Classroom Location Key.....................................................................26 Codes — Academic Program .............................................................63 Community Education..........................................................64-65, 104 Corporate Education and Workforce Development ........................105 Counseling.......................................................................................105 Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Student Registration ...............................14 Disabled Students Programs and Services ......................................105 Division Contacts.............................................................................128 Drops/Withdrawals ...........................................................................99 Enrollment Process .............................................................................7 Enrollment Process — 10th-12th Grade Students ............................11 Enrollment Steps............................................................................8-10 EOPS/CARE/CalWORKS ...................................................................105 Fees and Refunds .........................................................................21-22 Final Examination Schedule.................................................................3 Financial Aid ..............................................................................24, 106 Frequently Asked Questions ...............................................................6 General Education Requirements ................................................66-68 Health Sciences Programs .................................................................13 International Programs and Services ..............................................108 International Students ......................................................................13 Kindergarten-12th Grade Students ..............................................11-12 Learning Disabled Students.............................................................105

Learning Resource Center ...............................................................108 Military Personnel .............................................................................14 Ohlone College Foundation.............................................................109 Ohlone Online ...................................................................................25 Ombudsperson................................................................................109 Orientation........................................................................................18 Parking ............................................................................................121 Placement Testing ........................................................................15-17 Policies and Procedures ...........................................................112-122 Academic Dishonesty and Its Consequences .............................112 Campus Police Procedures.........................................................117 Complaint Procedures................................................................115 Drug-Free Environment and Drug Prevention Program.............119 Equal Educational and Employment Opportunity Policy ...........112 Open Enrollment Policy .............................................................112 Smoke-Free District....................................................................115 Unlawful Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment ..................113 Prerequisites .....................................................................................99 Programs Offering Special Registration.............................................14 Registration Help...............................................................................20 Repeating Classes..............................................................................99 Residency Requirements...................................................................13 Services for Students.......................................................................101 Social Security Number and Student ID Number ............................116 Student Health Center.....................................................................110 Student Life .....................................................................................108 Student Records ..............................................................................116 Student Right-to-Know.............................................................119-120 Student Success and Support Program ...............................................8 Telephone Numbers ........................................................................128 Textbooks, Online Access Codes, and Supplies .................................23 Transfer Center................................................................................110 Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center ...................................................111 Tutoring Services .............................................................................111 Veterans Affairs ...............................................................................109 Vision, Mission, Values, and Goals ......................................................4 Waitlisting .........................................................................................98 WebAdvisor Instructions ...................................................................19

OhlOne Via the Web

Ohlone College Web Site: www.ohlone.edu Ohlone College newark Center for health Sciences and technology: www.ohlone.edu/newark apply Online: www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html Webadvisor: https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ (to register, add to a waitlist, drop, pay for classes, and check grades) Ohlone College bookstore: www.ohloneshop.com Counseling Web Site: www.ohlone.edu/counseling (for Placement Testing and Orientation dates) Counseling appointments: www.ohlone.edu/counseling/aboutcounseling/onlineappt.html Web-based Course information: www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation (instructions for “Getting Started”) Community education information: commed.ohlone.edu tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center: 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.

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aCaDeMiC CalenDar

Spring 2017 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. Applications begin to be accepted for Spring Semester Registration begins for special populations* Registration begins for continuing students Registration begins for former students and new students who have satisfied the Orientation requirement Due date for 10th-12th grade applications Due date for Kindergarten-9th grade applications Registration begins for 10th-12th grade students with a completed application Holiday/Martin Luther King Jr. Day Last day that students are added into classes from waitlists (prior to 5:00pm) Last day to add full-term class without add authorization code (prior to 5:00pm) Spring SeMeSter inStrUCtiOn beginS (read note 1 on page 3) Registration begins for Kindergarten-9th grade students with a completed application Last day to petition to audit full-term class Last day to add full-term class with add authorization code Last day to drop full-term class and be eligible for a refund Last day to drop full-term class without a W grade Census Last day to petition to complete class on a pass/no pass basis Holiday/Presidents’ Day (weekend classes do not meet) Last day to apply for Spring 2017 graduation for degrees or certificates Spring Break (weekend classes do not meet) Last day to drop full-term class with a W grade Last day of instruction Final exam period

Commencement Grades available via WebAdvisor; grades are posted as they are received Summer Term instruction begins

Monday, October 3 Monday, November 21 Monday, November 28

Monday, December 12 Tuesday, January 3 Monday, January 9 Monday, January 9 Monday, January 16 Sunday, January 22 Sunday, January 22 Monday, January 23 Monday, January 23 Friday, February 3 Sunday, February 5 Sunday, February 5 Sunday, February 5 Monday, February 6 Thursday, February 16 Friday, February 17Monday, February 20 Friday, March 17 Monday, March 20Sunday, March 26 Friday, April 21 Friday, May 12 Saturday, May 13Friday, May 19 Friday, May 19 Wednesday, May 24 Monday, June 19

*Special registration is 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. 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 January 23 and ending the week of May 15. Classes with different start or end dates may have different add, drop, or refund deadlines.

See page 3 for Spring 2017 Calendar Footnotes.

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Spring 2017 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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10% 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. 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 page 22 for information concerning non-resident tuition refund deadlines.

Final eXaMS

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The Application for Spring 2017 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. Applications received after the deadline will be processed for the next term.

Final eXaMS — Spring 2017

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.

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. Monday, May 15 Tuesday, May 16 Wednesday, May 17 Thursday, May 18 Friday, May 19

Spring 2017 eXaM SCheDUle – Day ClaSSeS

7:00am-9:00am classes meeting 8:00am MWF classes meeting 8:00am TTh classes meeting before 8:00am MWF classes meeting before 8:00am TTh

9:30am-11:30am classes meeting 10:00am MWF classes meeting 10:00am TTh classes meeting 9:00am MWF classes meeting 9:00am TTh classes meeting 11:00am MWF

12:00pm-2:00pm classes meeting 1:00pm MWF classes meeting 1:00pm TTh classes meeting 12:00pm MWF classes meeting 11:00am TTh classes meeting 12:00pm TTh

2:30pm-4:30pm classes meeting 3:00pm MWF classes meeting 3:00pm TTh classes meeting 2:00pm MWF classes meeting 2:00pm TTh classes meeting 4:00pm MWF

5:00pm-7:00pm classes meeting 6:00pm MWF* classes meeting 6:00pm TTh* classes meeting 5:00pm MWF* classes meeting 4:00pm TTh classes meeting 5:00pm TTh*

*note: For purposes of scheduling final exams, “day classes” refers to classes that end prior to 7:00pm. Day Classes ending before 7:00pm follow the Day Finals Schedule; classes ending later than 7:00pm follow the evening Finals Schedule.

Spring 2017 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 May 13-19, 2017. Finals for Saturday and Sunday classes are held on the day of the last scheduled meeting of the class, May 13-14, 2017. Final exams for classes that meet on Friday evening will be held on Friday, May 12 so students and faculty are able to attend Commencement. All finals are to be two hours long. Faculty should not deviate from this schedule. Spring 2017

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ViSiOn, MiSSiOn, ValUeS, anD gOalS — 2015-2020 ViSiOn StateMent

Ohlone College will be known throughout California for our inclusiveness, innovation, and exceptional student success.

MiSSiOn StateMent

Ohlone College responds to the educational needs of our diverse community and economy by offering high quality instruction supporting basic skills, career development, university transfer, and personal enrichment and by awarding associate degrees and certificates to eligible students in an innovative, multicultural environment where successful learning and achievement are highly valued, supported, and continually assessed. The tenets of the mission statement are the roots from which the college goals and objectives grow, intimately and organically connected. The goals and objectives exhibit the characteristics of the mission and give the college its unique identity. Ohlone College’s identity is that of a learning college, and it is characterized as a college that: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Creates substantive change in individual learners; Engages learners as full partners in the learning process; Creates and offers as many options for learning as possible; Assists learners to form and participate in collaborative learning activities; Defines the roles of learning facilitators by the needs of the learners; and Succeeds only when improved and expanded learning can be documented for its learners.

excellence inclusiveness

OhlOne MiSSiOn

innovation integrity Stewardship Success

COre ValUeS

We empower students and employees to achieve at their fullest potential, encouraging all to engage in ongoing learning through high quality education and continuous institutional improvement. We actively reach out to and support students and employees from various backgrounds, socio-economic groups, ages, and abilities to explore their interests in order to define and fulfill their goals. We strive for a diverse workforce that honors and upholds the contributions of all. We strive to be risk-takers in order to generate new ideas in college planning and the curriculum that inspire students, faculty, and staff to optimize student learning. We endeavor to meet the entrepreneurial and technological needs of the college community to serve and support students. We practice transparent communication, emphasizing respect, trust, and honesty among students, employees, and the communities we serve in a climate where everyone feels heard and engaged. We engage in shared governance to provide an exemplary model of stewardship for human, financial, physical, technological, and environmental resources to maximize institutional effectiveness and efficiency. We provide the necessary tools and support to assist students and employees in defining goals, and measuring their success by the attainment of those goals.

COllege gOalS

goal 1 goal 2 goal 3 goal 4 goal 5 goal 6 goal 7

Consistent with its vision, mission, identity, and values, the college pursues the following goals for 2015-2020: Through innovative programs and services, improve student learning and achievement. Provide relevant sustainable Career and Technical Education (CTE) that is responsive to student needs, supports student academic success, and prepares students to meet industry needs. Increase college and community understanding and awareness of, and sensitivity to, diverse cultures and perspectives. Create an understanding of, and commitment to, equity across the college that ensures access and success for underrepresented and disproportionately impacted students. Ensure the college provides access to high quality courses and programs that meet the diverse educational needs of the community. Use human, fiscal, technological, and physical resources responsibly, effectively, efficiently, and sustainably to maximize student learning and achievement, using established planning processes. Strengthen institutional effectiveness through the engagement of all members of the college community in innovation, participation, communication, improvement, compliance, and continual assessment.

Adopted by the Board of Trustees 6/10/2015

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Take classes during the Ohlone Cybersession — January 3-22, 2017! Do you want a fast way to complete a transferable class? Would you like to complete a class before the regular Spring Semester even starts?

Is there a class you always needed to take but couldn’t fit into your schedule?

Then you should take a class during Ohlone’s Cybersession!

All classes are offered online, so you don’t need to come to campus! 3-Week Online Session — January 3-22, 2017

BA-102A

BA-102B

ENVS-108

HIST-117A LS-101

MUS-101 MUS-104 PS-102

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Andrews J

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Principles of Economics-Macroeconomics

Andrews J

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Introduction to the Environment

Bansal N

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070258 070223 070224

070225

070228

Principles of Economics-Microeconomics

3.0

3.0

History of the United States

Livie K

3.0

Music Appreciation: Western Classical Music

McManus J

3.0

Steps to Successful Research Music of World Cultures

American Government

Introduction to Sociology

Schmidt J Keller D

Selby D

Dutta S

1.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

All of these classes are transferable to both CSU and UC campuses. Continuing students can register for these classes online via their WebAdvisor account (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). New and former students can apply for admission at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/ howtoenroll.html or obtain a paper application in the center of this class schedule. Please select Spring 2017 as the term in WebAdvisor when registering for these classes.

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FaQs

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 www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html or use the application in the center pages of this Class Schedule. 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. 3. How do I schedule an appointment with a counselor? Go online to www.ohlone.edu/counseling/aboutcounseling/make appt.html/ or call (510) 659-6110 (Fremont campus) or (510) 7422340 (Newark campus) to make a 30 minute appointment. 4. When can I add or drop a class? Add, drop, and other important dates are listed on the Academic Calendar on page 2. 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 www.ohloneshop.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 19 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 page 22. 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 web page at www.ohlone.edu/org/finaid/ finaidprocess.html to begin your financial aid application process. You may be eligible to receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver or other state and federal financial aid. 11. When do I need to apply for financial aid? Apply as soon as possible by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The application process is on-going throughout the academic year. 12. How can I get involved in campus life and meet new people? Choose from numerous 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). 6

13. I’m interested in online classes. How do I sign up for them? Register for online classes through WebAdvisor (https://web advisor.ohlone.edu), just like any other class. One week before classes start, log into the Canvas course management system (http://myecampus.ohlone.edu) on any supported browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari). You can also download the Canvas app on your mobile device (Apple and Google) and log in using your WebAdvisor username and password. 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 only if all academic and financial holds are cleared. The student will receive an e-mail confirming registration. When classes begin, any students remaining on the waitlist should attend the first class session. More information can be found on page 98. 15. How will I know if a class I am registered in has been cancelled? The Division Office will contact you if your class has been cancelled. Make sure your contact information is correct and current by logging in to WebAdvisor (https://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. See page 111 for complete list of tutoring options. 17. I don’t own a computer. Where can I work on my assignments? Computers are available for registered students to complete coursework in the Learning Resources Center at the Newark campus. You must present your student ID card to check out laptops. All users must abide by the computer use policy found online at 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 the TriCities One-Stop Career Services located in NC1211 at the Newark campus and the Transfer Center located in Building 7, third floor at the Fremont campus.

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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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(for eSl, english, and Math prerequisites)

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• Go to www.ohlone.edu/placement/ for information regarding placement testing and test dates and times. Placement testing information is also available on pages 15-16 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. • Log in to EdReady at ohlone.edready.org. Take a diagnostic test to determine your readiness for the Accuplacer Math Placement Test, then follow a personalized study path to help place into a higher math course.

enrOllMent StepS

apply

• Apply online at www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html/ 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 as early as possible 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 NC1312. • 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.

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 for Fall or Spring Semesters. No orientation is necessary for Summer Term. • Visit the Orientation Web site at 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. • 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 www.ohlone.edu/admissions/howtoregister.html/ OR, if a class is filled • Add to the waitlist and attend the first class session. • Go to 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 Canvas.

• 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 21. • Pay online by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. • Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier’s Office in Building 19 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.ohloneshop.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 11 for the 10th-12th Grade Enrollment Process.)

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WhO May apply

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 Application for Admission. They must also submit proof of high school graduation or equivalent (Certificate of Proficiency or GED).

Online application

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

StUDent SUCCeSS anD SUppOrt prOgraM

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 Kindergarten-12th grade while taking Ohlone College courses;

3. are enrolling solely to take a course legally mandated for employment or necessary to meet changed industry or licensure standards;

4. are enrolling for a reason other than career development or advancement; transfer; earning a degree or certificate; or completing a Basic Skills or ESL course sequence; 5. are enrolling only in Summer classes.

For more information about who may be exempt from Orientation or other Student Success requirements, please go to www.ohlone.edu/org/orientation/overview.html. 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.

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. 8

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enrOllMent StepS (continued)

All new students are expected to participate in each of the following matriculation components, unless they meet an exception listed on page 8.

apply for admission — apply online at www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html

• Submitting an online application is the fastest way to become an Ohlone College student. Students will be sent an e-mail confirmation when the application has been received and the admission process is completed. A student ID number will be e-mailed two or three business days after the application is submitted. The application should be completed as soon as possible in order to ensure the earliest registration times. • Students need to 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. All information requested on the application must be provided. Incomplete applications will be rejected. • Residency and immigration 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 Therapist [RT]). • Application packets for the Registered Nursing Program are only available by attending a pre-nursing orientation. The Respiratory Therapist 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 12 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 www.ohlone.edu/international/docs/ internationalapplicationpacket.pdf/.

enrOllMent StepS

Step 1

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. • Students can log in to EdReady at ohlone.edready.org to take a diagnostic test to determine readiness for the Accuplacer Math Placement Test. Then students can follow a personalized study path to help place into a higher math course. (Continued on next page.)

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 Spring 2017

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Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

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 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.

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 Calendar on page 2. • Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 21.

attend Classes

COntinUing StUDentS (Students who attended Ohlone College as registered students in Fall Semester 2016)

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

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• 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.

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 Academic Dean for questions about prerequisites in subjects other than English or math. To make an appointment with the Academic Dean see the list on the last page of this schedule for office locations and telephone numbers.

register and pay for classes

• WebAdvisor information can be found on page 19. Registration dates for continuing students can be found on the Academic Calendar on page 2. • Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 21. 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.

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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 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 www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html. • 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 in Room 7249 or to the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312. All materials must be submitted by Tuesday, January 3 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. Students concurrently enrolled on their home campus should obtain the permission form from their High School Coordinator. • Submit the Student Permission Form and the Health Waiver together as one packet 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 7249. All materials should be submitted by Tuesday, January 3 in order to ensure the earliest possible registration. • Receive a student ID number via e-mail two or three business days after submitting all required application materials or call 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 Code of Regulations, K-12 classes cannot be used to meet college prerequisites. • Log in to EdReady at ohlone.edready.org. Take a diagnostic test to determine readiness for the Accuplacer Math Placement Test, and then follow a personalized study path to help you place into a higher math course.

• Register for Spring classes online via WebAdvisor (webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) starting Monday, January 9. Registration instructions are available on page 20 and online at 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 class is filled, • Attend the first class session to obtain an add code if space is available in the class. • 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 21. • 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 19 on the Fremont campus. • Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier’s Office in Building 19 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.ohloneshop.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 CSU/UC transferable on a space available basis. PE and ATHL classes are not available for any Kindergarten-12th grade student enrollment. Kindergarten-12th grade students must meet 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. Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, Kindergarten-12th grade coursework may not be used to waive college prerequisites. Parental and principal or school official approval is also required.

Kindergarten-12th grade students are exempt from paying the California Community College Enrollment Fee ($46 per unit) but are subject to the Electronic Access Fee ($5), Health Services Fee ($19), and the optional Student Activity Fee ($5). Students who are enrolled exclusively in classes located on their high school campus are also exempt from the Electronic Access, Health Services, and Student Activity fees. Students who are enrolled in online only classes are subject to the Electronic Access Fee. All Kindergarten-12th grade students are required to submit a new application for admission every term. Permission packets for those students who are attending classes on the Ohlone College campuses can be obtained at www.ohlone.edu/ admissions/k12admission.html/.

Permission packets for students attending Dual Enrollment classes located on their high school campus can be obtained from the coordinator of the Dual Enrollment Program at their high school.

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 www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/ and in the Kindergarten-9th grade admission packet. Students need to submit their completed admission packet by the due date. This date is available on page 2 of this Class Schedule and online at www.ohlone.edu/admissions/k12admission.html/. Early application is encouraged. The first day that admitted Kindergarten-9th grade students will be eligible to register is the first day of the term.

10th-12th grade Students

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

KinDergarten-12th graDe parent/gUarDian inFOrMatiOn

“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.

Did you know?

Attending or graduating from a community college doubles an individual’s chance of finding a job compared to those who failed to complete high school. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

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health SCienCeS prOgraMS registered nursing program physical therapist assistant program respiratory therapist program

reSiDenCy reQUireMentS

California residency and Citizenship requirements

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 to the Ohlone College International Programs and Services Office on the Fremont campus. The International Student Application deadline for Spring Semester 2017 is November 30, 2016.

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

explanation of physical presence:

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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 www.ohlone.edu/instr/healthsciences/ for admission criteria, application deadlines, advanced placement and challenge procedures, and Registered Nursing and Respiratory Therapist information meetings.

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. Students who have lived in California for less than two years will be required to present documentation of 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. A person capable of establishing residence in California must be physically present in California for one year and a day prior to the residence determination date to be classified as a resident student. The residence determination date is the day immediately proceeding the opening day of instruction for the semester, regardless of the first day of instruction for a specific course or program.

A temporary absence for business, education, or pleasure will not result in loss of California residence, if, during the absence, the person always intended to return to California and did nothing inconsistent with the intent. Additional documentation may be requested for students absent from California for business, education, or pleasure in order to demonstrate intent.

Physical presence within the state solely for educational purposes does not constitute establishing California residence regardless of the length of that presence. Non-residents of California will be required to pay the nonresident 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 www.ohlone.edu/admissions/fees.html#residency/, or e-mail the Office of Admissions and Records at admissions@ohlone.edu.

Go Hybrid!

Get the best of online and traditional classes by taking a hybrid class. Hybrid classes are online classes that also have some face-to-face time with on-campus class meetings.

Look for the Spring 2017

icon in the class listings of this schedule.

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requirements for non-Citizens of the United States

Students who are not United States citizens must verify their immigration status. For this reason, non-citizens are asked to submit their documents 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. 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 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 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.

Military perSOnnel

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 nonresident tuition until they are discharged from their military service. Their dependents are granted a waiver as well.

Effective July 1, 2015, The Veterans’ Access to Care Through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014 directs colleges and universities to charge in-state tuition to all veterans and their families who are receiving GI benefits, regardless of residency. This law also extends to the Post-9/11 GI Bill to dependents of service members killed in action.

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 call (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 call (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 call (510) 6596151.

VeteranS: Contact Veteran Affairs, Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or call (510) 659-6199. Stop by the Veterans Resource Center, Building 5, first floor, Room 5101 on the Fremont campus or call (510) 659-6299.

Did you know???

Transfer students who come to University of California perform well, persisting and graduating at rates similar to students who enter as freshmen. The average time-to-degree for transfer students is just over two years (2.4) after coming to the University of California (average time-to-degree for freshmen is 4.2 years). Transfer students continue to be a successful and valued part of the UC community. Source: Community College League of California

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eSSential inFOrMatiOn FOr plaCeMent teSting

Step 3:

• 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. The placement tests are not pass or fail tests and are not used to exclude students from admission to Ohlone. The placements tests attempt to properly place students in reading, writing, and mathematics courses. The tests also identify prerequisite preparation (courses required before taking another course). Ultimate placement is often based on multiple criteria measures. Counselors can also review other factors such as previous coursework and any other appropriate information in order to place students into courses.

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 www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howto enroll.html. 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 Therapist Assistant, and Respiratory Therapist programs. These programs have specific testing requirements. Please refer to the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Division Web page at 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. • 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. Spring 2017

• 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 (Building 7, second floor, 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 www.ohlone.edu/placement/reser vation.html/. Reservations can also be changed and cancelled 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.

Step 5:

review sample questions.

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 www.ohlone.edu/placement/ for testing dates. Any changes and additions to the Placement Testing Center’s hours will be posted online.

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What are placement tests?

Step 1:

review important information.

Study guides for the English, math, chemistry, and ESL placement tests are available online at www.ohlone.edu/placement/study guides.html/.

Students can log in to EdReady at ohlone.edready.org and take a diagnostic test to determine readiness for the Accuplacer Math Placement Test. Then students can follow a personalized study path to help place into a higher math course. 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.

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retest policy

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, if a student takes the Math Placement Test on May 2, but is not satisfied with the math results, then the student may take the Math Placement Test a second time on or after May 23. The student would then be ineligible to take the Math Placement Test again until May 23 of the following year. Students may take the English as a Second Language (ESL) once per Fall or Spring Semesters.

Students may take the chemistry test once per semester for a maximum of two times. Students with special circumstances may submit a petition to the Interim Academic Dean, Counseling to request a retest earlier than the above guidelines.

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 www.ohlone.edu/placement/schedules-chemistry.html/ for updates.

eSl testing

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

pre-rn, pta, and rt applicants

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

plaCeMent teSting Center hOUrS FOr engliSh anD Math plaCeMent teStS

The Placement Testing Center is open when the English and Math tests are scheduled. Please go to www.ohlone.edu/place ment/schedules.html for the testing schedule. 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 www.ohlone.edu/ placement/ for placement testing dates for Spring 2017. The Placement Testing Center is closed on Ohlone College holidays.

Deaf Student testing

Deaf students: Please contact the Deaf Studies Counseling Office at (510) 344-5700 (VP) or (510) 659-6269 (voice) for test dates and times. The Deaf Studies Counseling Office is located in Building 6, Room 6106 on the Fremont campus.

Are you finishing your associate degree or certificate this semester?

Then don’t forget to apply to graduate!

Friday, March 17 is the last day to apply for Spring 2017 graduation. The graduation application is available online at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/docs/applicationfordegreecertificate.pdf

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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 www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/howtoenroll.html or in the center of the Class Schedule. Students who have determined that they need to take the ESL placement test should read and follow the directions below.

• Students must bring a current, valid photo ID (driver’s license, school ID, or passport). • Testing is offered free of charge.

• Students should plan to take the test as soon as possible because seating is limited.

• No 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. • Late students are not admitted.

• Retesting is allowed once per semester.

• The math placement test is 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/ org/placement.

Spring 2017 eSl placement testing Dates

ESL placement testing dates will be determined later. Please refer to the Placement Testing Center Web site at 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 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.

pleaSe nOte: The ESL testing process is undergoing revisions and we will have more information soon. Please check www.ohlone.edu/org/placement/schedules-esl.html in early November 2016 for updates.

Did you know?

Students who earn a California community college degree or certificate nearly double their earnings within three years. Source: Community College League of California

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• Students must have an Ohlone College student ID number.

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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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?

All new students are required to satisfy the orientation requirement prior to registering for Fall or Spring Semesters, except those who meet one of these exemption criteria: 1. have earned a college degree (associate degree or higher).

2. are enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade while taking Ohlone College courses.

3. are enrolling solely to take a course legally mandated for employment or necessary to meet changed industry or licensure standards.

4. are enrolling for a reason other than career development or advancement; transfer; earning a degree or certificate; or completing a Basic Skills or ESL course sequence. Students in Category 1 or 2 are automatically exempted as long as the degree information is included on the application. Students who believe they qualify under Category 3 or 4 should send an e-mail to orientation@ohlone.edu stating how they meet the exception and providing documentation that supports the request. Students will then be cleared from the New Student Orientation requirement.

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/. For more information about Orientation (including exemptions) please go to www.ohlone.edu/orientation/overview.html.

What information is provided at Orientation?

• 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 • Students’ rights and responsibilities

• Associate degree and transfer requirements

Contact information

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

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

When does my class start?

OrientatiOn

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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

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 “Create Your Ohlone Account” under Step 2.

WebaDViSOr

getting a Webadvisor account

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.

Webadvisor account Setup

Student iD number

get your user name and password for access to Ohlone services by completing the form online.

First name last name

birth date (MMDDyyyy) Zip Code

0000002 John Doe

03021996 94538

This is the seven digit number that can be found on the e-mail you were e-mailed when your application was completed. Please input leading zeros (for example, 0000002). Enter the first name you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone.

Enter the last name you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone.

Enter your date of birth beginning with the month, followed by the day and year. Be sure to include two digits for the month, two digits for the day, and four digits for the year (for example, enter 03021996 if your birth date is March 2, 1996).

Enter the five digit zip code you used when you submitted an application to Ohlone (for example, 94538).

After you have entered all of the information above, click on the Next button to complete the sign up process. Next you will create your security question, security answer, and password. The password must be eight characters and needs to include a number and a character (excluding the @ and the # signs).

The information entered to create your WebAdvisor account must be identical to the information that is on your student record. If you receive an invalid data error it is because the information you entered doesn’t match your student record.

If you receive an invalid data error please contact Admissions and Records at (510) 659-6100 or by e-mail at admissions@ohlone.edu. Please provide your student ID number, first name, 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. Spring 2017

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need help Finding and registering for Classes?

Where to Find Classes

Look in this printed schedule (pages 27-97) – 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 www.ohlone.edu/counseling/about counseling/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 NC1312 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 instructions 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) 069019 Mitchell R   TTh   1/23/17-5/19/17   7:00am-8:35am   FP-5 • Enter the Synonym (the six-digit number), 069019 in this example, in the first column on the left. • Then enter the desired term 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. Registration is complete upon payment. Please see Cashier’s Office section for more information about payment deadlines. Please note: Students cannot register before their scheduled registration time. If there is a block 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?

To reset your WebAdvisor password go to the WebAdvisor main menu (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) and click on “I Forgot My WebAdvisor Password.” You will be directed to a Web page and asked to enter your Ohlone ID, first name, last name, birthdate, and zip code, and answer the security question you created. If your answer to the security question does not match your student record, you will be able to click on “Reset Question and Answer.” An e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address on your student record, with a link that will allow you to reset your security question and answer. After a new security question and answer are successfully chosen you will be directed to create a new password. To access your WebAdvisor User Name go to the WebAdvisor Main Menu (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) and click on “What is My WebAdvisor User Name.” You will be prompted to enter your last name and Student ID. After clicking on the Submit button, the WebAdvisor User Name will appear.

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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 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

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.

refunds

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 19). 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.

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 www.ohlone.edu/counseling/electcounsel.html/ to discuss their situation.

Students should apply for financial aid as early as possible. Students can apply online at 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 paper application can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office or the Financial Aid Web site at www.ohlone.edu/finaid/bogw.html/. The Cashier’s Office does not accept refund requests for any term until after the last day to be 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’s Office. See the Cashier’s Office section on page 103 for additional information.

FeeS anD reFUnDS

1. Pay with a credit card. Students may pay with a credit card via their WebAdvisor account (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) or at the Cashier’s Office (Fremont campus, Building 19). Students may use a debit card if the debit card has a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo.

Non-semester length classes will be eligible for a 100% refund if dropped before the census date. 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.

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. Spring 2017

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enrollment Fee

$46 per unit

electronic access Fee

$5 per term

parking permits

$40 per vehicle, $28 for fuel efficient vehicle, $18 per motorcycle, $4 daily rate, or $20 for BOG waivers

reQUireD OF

All students except Kindergarten-12th grade students and students who qualify for a fee waiver.

reFUnDS

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

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

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

$232 per unit in addition to the Enrollment Fee (includes $4 per unit Capital Outlay Fee)

All out-of-state students.

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

$232 per unit in addition to the Enrollment Fee (includes $4 per unit Capital Outlay Fee)

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

$50 on initial application

All non-resident, non-citizen students including those who hold C, D, F, H-2, H-3, J, M, P, Q, TD, and TN visas. (Holders of B visitor visas may not enroll.)

international Student health insurance Fee

$560.50

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

Non-refundable after January 30, 2017.

Student activity Fee

Spring Student Activity Fee $5

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

health Services Fee

Spring Health Services Fee $19

Refundable when student withdraws from all classes on or before February 5, 2017. See page 110 for details.

printing Fees

10¢ per printed black and white page, 60¢ per color page. PCounter account based printing system with $1 minimum/$25 maximum deposit. Regardless of deposit amount, each deposit has a 30¢ transaction fee.

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 110.)

Payment for printed copies is required in all computer labs and classrooms.

There are no refunds on PCounter account balances.

15¢ per page (black and white) 60¢ per page (color)

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

Not applicable

First two copies are free.

Not applicable

transcripts – express Service

$10 per copy

Not available during Extended Registration.

Not applicable

transcripts – Unofficial

Free

Not applicable

Verification of enrollment

$4

Available only through student’s WebAdvisor account. First two copies are free.

Not applicable

Duplicate registration receipt/Work-inprogress listing

Free

Available through student’s WebAdvisor account.

Not applicable

non-resident tuition non-resident/ non-citizen tuition international Student application Fee

Copying Fees transcripts – normal processing

$5 per copy

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

Non-refundable

This fee provides funds for various campus Refundable when student withdraws from all activities, programs, discounts, and Student ID classes on or before February 5, 2017. See page Cards. This fee is charged of all students unless they 109 for details. decline in writing on or before the last day to drop a full-term class and be eligible for a refund.

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.

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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 19 on the Fremont campus. The completed form and payment may also be mailed to: Ohlone College, District Cashier, 43600 Mission Boulevard, Fremont CA 94539.

pleaSe print

Fee payMent

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

Total Fees Due: $

Phone Number: Home (       ) • • • • •

Work (       )

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

bOOKStOre

Most Ohlone classes require the purchase of a textbook, and some classes require the purchase of online access codes (also known as 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 (www.ohloneshop.com) to find the textbook(s), access codes (also known as keys), or supplies for their class(es).

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

Ohlone College bookstore

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 www.ohloneshop.com. Cash, personal checks (see Bookstore Check Policy on page 102), Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are all accepted. Card holder must be present to sign. Check the Bookstore’s Web site at www.ohloneshop.com for store hours.

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newark Center for health Sciences and technology

Textbooks for classes taught at the Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology may be ordered online at www.ohlone shop.com or purchased through the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus. Please check the Bookstore’s Web site at www.ohloneshop.com for hours and location.

Online Orders

Books may be ordered online at www.ohloneshop.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 www.ohloneshop.com.

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7 Steps to Financial aid at Ohlone College Step 1

Beginning October 1, 2016 file FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov for the 2017-2018 academic year (which includes Summer 2018). Complete the 2015-2016 FAFSA for Spring and Summer 2016.

the priority Cal grant filing date is March 2. Competitive Cal grant deadline is September 2. Ohlone College’s school code is 004481. a new or renewal FaFSa must be filed every academic year.

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

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

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The Financial Aid Office e-mails students requesting any necessary documents. Documents can be found at www.ohlone.edu/org/finaid/missinginfodocs.html

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

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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.

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FinanCial aiD

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 (www.ohlone.edu/finaid/) and at the Financial Aid Office (Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus).

This entire process takes 2-3 months, but can take much longer for students who do not submit documents in a timely manner.

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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

recommended plug-ins and Other needs

One week before classes start log into the Canvas course management system (http://myecampus.ohlone.edu) on any supported browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari). Students may also download the Canvas app on their mobile device (Apple and Google). Choose “Ohlone College” when prompted for the school/college. Use the WebAdvisor username and password to log in.

identity protection

Online classes have the same registration process as in-person classes. New and former students must complete an application before registering. Register for classes using WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu.

For assistance, please call the 24/7 phone support at (510) 6597334.

Minimum technical requirements

In order to participate in online classes, students will need access to an internet-enabled computer. Canvas has some suggestions on basic computer specifications and internet connection found at https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-2059.

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Some classes require students to have special software installed on the computer. Please refer to the class schedule or check with the instructor for additional software requirements. The minimum computer specifications may differ if special software and/or plugins is required. Please check the software’s recommendations. For safety and privacy, keep all versions of the operating system, virus protection, browsers, plug-ins, and software up to date.

What are Online Classes like?

Students enrolled in an online class will access all class materials and complete assignments, quizzes, and tests online. Students are expected to participate in online discussions via bulletin boards, chats, e-mail, or web conferencing. Some classes will also deliver course content via audio/video. Students who are successful in an online environment tend to be highly motivated and self-disciplined.

For further information, please visit the eCampus web site at http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/.

For other classes requiring special kind of software, please check with the instructor and/or the course information.

Are you interested in studying African American history and literature? Interested in attending African American-themed cultural events?

Then you should join Umoja!

Umoja is dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American and other students. For details about how to join contact Debbie Trigg at dtrigg@ohlone.edu or (510) 659-7376. Spring 2017

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Self-paced Classes

Online Classes

1. accepted for Credit: Units earned will be accepted in transfer at CSU and/or UC. Please see a counselor or go to 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: MW MW

1/23/17-5/19/17 9:15am-10:20am 4204 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:20am-12:30pm 4204

This class meets from 9:15am-12:30pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.

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Newark Portable, 39399 Cherry Street, Newark Ohlone College Pond, east of Building 5 Ohlone College Pool, outside Building 9 Robertson High School, 4455 Seneca Park Avenue, Fremont Ohlone College Softball Field Smith Center (Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts) SCU Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara 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 tC Ohlone College Tennis Courts tOUr Off-campus travel site UCb UC Berkeley, Berkeley Web Distance Learning course offered Online WhS Washington High School, 38442 Fremont Boulevard, Fremont

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Caution: 16-week Spring classes all have a start date of January 23, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example:

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1/23/17-5/19/17 10:55am-12:30pm

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 appearing after the unit value 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.

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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; CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S (02) 068887 Grant M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 3:15pm-4:50pm 3101 MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:40am-2:50pm 16A (05) 068890 Fronko R MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-7:05pm FP-10 MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 7:15pm-10:25pm 16A

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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. aJ-101 administration of Justice Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A History and philosophy of administration of justice in America as well as describing the justice system and relationships of its various subsystems. C-ID AJ 110

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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

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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 Administration of Justice system.

aJ-108 introduction to Forensic anthropology Cross-referenced Course: anth-108 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Methods used by forensic anthropologists to recover and analyze human skeletal remains.

aJ-117 police and Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ENGL-101A Emphasis on professional image and development of positive relationships between AJ system and public. C-ID AJ 160 aJ-118 Criminology Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A The scientific study of the nature, extent, cause, and control of criminal behavior. C-ID SOCI 160

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Did you know???

80% of firefighters, law enforcement officers, and EMT’s are credentialed at community colleges. Source: Community College League of California

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as an Administration of Justice major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Administration of Justice 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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All full-term (16-week) Spring classes show a start date of January 23, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, ENGL-101A-01 has dates of 1/23/17-5/19/17, although the class meets only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, January 24 not Monday, January 23, because this class does not meet on Mondays.

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aJ-121 Constitutional law and the United States Cross-referenced Course: pS-106 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Principles of constitutional law, consequences of legal decisions and their role in shaping American politics.

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aF-101b 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) 068627 Hudson W

F 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:15am SJSU F 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:30pm-3:30pm SJSU The class is part of the Air Force ROTC program at San Jose State University. For more information call (408) 924-2960. (02) 069736 Francis C F 1/20/17-5/12/17 10:00am-11:05am UCB F 1/20/17-5/12/17 12:30pm-4:00pm UCB The class is part of the Air Force ROTC program at University of California, Berkeley. For more information call (510) 643-9774.

aF-102b evolution of the U.S. air Force air and Space power Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to ethics, values, leadership and leadership problems, and communication skills.

(01) 068628 Pecher M

F 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:00am-12:15pm SJSU F 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:30pm-3:30pm SJSU The class is part of the Air Force ROTC program at San Jose State University. For more information call (408) 924-2960. (02) 069737 Carroll C F 1/20/17-5/12/17 11:05am-12:10pm UCB F 1/20/17-5/12/17 12:30pm-4:00pm UCB The class is part of the Air Force ROTC program at University of California, Berkeley. For more information call (510) 643-9774.

allied health

ah-110 Medical terminology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ENGL-151B Introduction to medical terminology as related to body systems and used in health professions.

(01) 068629 Franklin D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068630 Halloran D 3/27/17-5/19/17 +9.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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.

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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.

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aSl-102a principles of american Sign language ii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-101A Intense study of ASL II Principles, the Deaf community, and Deaf culture.

(01) 068734 Ammons S (02) 070140 Davis J

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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) 068736 Ammons S (02) 070141 Davis J

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aSl-103a principles of american Sign language iii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-102A Level III study of ASL and Deaf Culture. Students are expected to attend outside Deaf Culture events at their own expense.

(01) 068738 Klopping S (02) 068739 Davis J

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(01) 068740 Klopping S (02) 068741 Davis J

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aSl-104a principles of american Sign language iV Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-103A Level IV study of ASL, the Deaf community, and Deaf culture.

(01) 068742 Ammons S

TTh

aSl-104b principles of american Sign language iV Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-104A This class is for students who have completed ASL-104A and want to refine and enhance their skills for competency and fluency.

(01) 068743 Ammons S

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aSl-140 Deaf education Cross-referenced Course: DeaF-330 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; ASL fluency Historical, philosophical, legislative, educational, and social aspects of educating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children.

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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.

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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) 068750 Klopping S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week 6104 Contact the instructor at (510) 659-6078 voice, (510) 344-5718 video phone, or sklopping@ohlone.edu to set up an appointment for assignments.

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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. C-ID ANTH 110

(01) 068640 Chacko S (02) 068641 (03) 068642 (04) 068643

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11:30am-1:05pm NC2106 1:30pm-3:05pm NP-8A 11:30am-1:05pm NC2106 9:45am-11:20am NP-8A 1:30pm-3:05pm NP-7 11:00am-12:35pm NP-8A 3:15pm-4:50pm NP-8A 1:30pm-3:05pm NP-7 6:00pm-7:35pm NC2123 6:10pm-9:20pm NP-8A

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(01) 068645 Chacko S MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:35am FP-9 (02) 068646 Chacko S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:45pm-3:20pm FP-10 (03) 068647 Rodgers J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068648 Rodgers J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

aSl-145 Deaf history Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-101A or ASL-101B This course is an in-depth study of noted Deaf persons and Deaf-related historical events.

aSl-150 linguistics of aSl Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ASL-103A and ENGL-151B An introduction to the linguistics of American Sign Language. Taught in ASL only.

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aSl-156 advanced reception of aSl Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Prerequisite: ASL-102A | Advisory: ASL-103A; students should have the ability to maintain a conversation in Level III ASL prior to enrolling in this course. Designed to strengthen receptive ASL skills. For very advanced ASL and Interpreting students. Taught in ASL only.

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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. C-ID ANTH 120

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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.

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) 068649 Rodgers J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as an Anthropology major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Anthropology 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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anth-107 introduction to linguistic anthropology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A cross-cultural study of the origins and structure of language; language usage and change; language and culture. C-ID ANTH 130

(01) 068650 Revenaugh A

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anth-108 introduction to Forensic anthropology Cross-referenced Course: aJ-108 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Methods used by forensic anthropologists to recover and analyze human skeletal remains.

(01) 068651 Camacho S

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arbC-101a elementary arabic Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to the culture, speaking, reading, and writing of Arabic.

NP-8A

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6:30pm-9:45pm

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arbC-101b elementary arabic Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ARBC-101A Continuation to the culture, speaking, reading, and writing of Arabic.

army

arMy-101b introduction to tactical leadership Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU An overview of leadership fundamentals, including leadership attributes and core leader competencies in the context of practical, interactive exercises.

(01) 068654 Gadson J

MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:00am SCU W 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:15pm-5:15pm SCU The class is part of the ROTC program at Santa Clara University. Open lab hours will be assigned by the Santa Clara University ROTC office. Call (408) 554-4034 for more information.

arMy-102b Foundations of tactical leadership Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Examines the challenges of leading tactical teams in the operational environment.

(01) 069791 Frias A

MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:00am SCU W 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:15pm-5:15pm SCU The class is part of the ROTC program at Santa Clara University. Open lab hours will be assigned by the Santa Clara University ROTC office. Call (408) 554-4034 for more information.

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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) 068655 Rivera G

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(01) 068656 Bridger N (02) 068657 Oblak-Ma S

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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.

1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:35am FP-11 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:30pm-2:40pm FP-13 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068660 Kuo B 3/6/17-5/19/17 +5.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068659 Kuo B 3/6/17-5/19/17 +5.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 070217 Jones D 1/23/17-3/17/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

art-103b Survey of Western art from renaissance to Contemporary

Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101B or ENGL-101C This course provides an overview of art and architecture from the Renaissance to the Contemporary period. C-ID ARTH 120

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2:30pm-4:35pm +2.30 hrs/week

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art-103C Survey of non-european art Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101B or ENGL-101C A chronologically-based survey of non-European art throughout the world from prehistory to the contemporary day.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 2:30pm-4:35pm FP-3 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

art-104a two-Dimensional 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. C-ID ARTS 100

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1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm

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art-104b 3D Design Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ART-104A A major emphasis in this course will be on the principles of three-dimensional form. C-ID ARTS 101

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art-104C Color Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to mixing and applying color, and observing the qualities of colors. C-ID ARTS 270

(01) 068666 Owen D

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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.

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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 Advanced level course focusing on visual solutions using graphic design for 2D and 3D objects.

(01) 068674 Pacheco J

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6:30pm-9:45pm

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(01) 068675 Pacheco J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

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(01) 068676 Navar G (02) 068677 Wu J

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(01) 068678 Navar G (02) 068679 Wu J

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art-107a life Drawing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-106A Drawing the human figure from both an anatomical and intuitively observational method. C-ID ARTS 200

(01) 068680 Hartman R

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1/23/17-5/19/17

1:00pm-4:15pm

4204

art-107b life Drawing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-107A Emphasis on expressive interpretation of the human figure and the use of color.

(01) 068681 Hartman R

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1/23/17-5/19/17

1:00pm-4:15pm

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(01) 068682 Hartman R

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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(01) 069795 Hartman R

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1/23/17-5/19/17

9:15am-12:30pm

4204

art-105b advanced glass Fabrication Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ART-105A Mold making, casting, fusing, and sandblasting.

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. 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) 070033 Oblak-Ma S (02) 068667 Owen D (03) 068668 Rivera G

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9:30am-12:45pm 1:15pm-4:30pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

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TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

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) 068670 Wu J

(01) 068671 Wu J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

art-109a beginning graphic Design i (letter Forms and typography)

6:30pm-9:45pm

6:30pm-9:45pm

4311

4311

Cross-referenced Course: ga-109a Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ART-104A Introduction to Graphic Design and visual communication exploring traditional and contemporary typefaces.

(01) 068672 Pacheco J

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

5:30pm-8:45pm

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 Introduction to Graphic Design and visual communication exploring traditional and contemporary typefaces.

(01) 068673 Pacheco J

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6:30pm-9:45pm

HH-209

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 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. 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).

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(01) 069793 Hartman R

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 graphic design course focusing on conceptual and formal problem solving and portfolio presentation.

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. 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.

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

Ceramic Decorating and Advanced Ceramic Decorating ART-123 and ART-124

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

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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) 068691 Brazelton J (02) 068692 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

4204 4204

(01) 068693 Brazelton J (02) 068694 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

4204 4204

art-119a 3-Dimensional Studio lab Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Corequisite: ART-105A, ART-105B, ART-105C, ART-116A, ART-116B, ART-116C, ART-120A, ART-120B, ART-121A, ART-121B, ART-122A, ART-122B, ART-123, or ART-124 Open studio hours for practical studies in 3-D lab techniques.

(01) 068695 Brazelton J (02) 068696 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

4204 4204

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.

(01) 068697 Brazelton J (02) 068698 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

4204 4204

(01) 068699 Brazelton J (02) 068700 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

4204 4204

(01) 068683 Rubiolo D

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10:00am-12:05pm 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) 068684 Rubiolo D

TTh

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(01) 068686 Brazelton J

1/23/17-5/19/17

1/23/17-5/19/17

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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.

(01) 068687 Brazelton J

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-11:05am

4204

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) 068688 Brazelton J (02) 068689 Brazelton J (03) 068690 Tsuruta T

TTh TTh TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:30am-12:45pm 1:00pm-4:15pm 6:30pm-9:45pm

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

This Spring make sure to select from: ART-104A-01 ART-104B-01 ART-104C-01 ART-106A-01 ART-106A-02 ART-106A-03 ART-121A-01

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4204 4204 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.

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. 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. 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.

art-131 history of photography Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Photography’s role as an historical and contemporary form of art and communication.

(01) 068701 Vanderkindren N 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

art-133a photo i Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC This course teaches the foundational processes of both analog and digital photography. Cameras provided.

(01) 068702 Mueller P (02) 069796 Pack T

MW TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

12:00pm-3:10pm 6:30pm-9:40pm

FP-31 FP-31

(01) 068703 Mueller P (02) 069797 Pack T

MW TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

12:00pm-3:10pm 6:30pm-9:40pm

FP-31 FP-31

(01) 069925 Mueller P (02) 069799 Pack T

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FP-31 FP-31

art-133b photo ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-133A Learn advanced techniques in photography while working on an extended project. Create a photo book and website. Use industry standard processes, both analog and digital. Cameras provided. art-133C advanced black and White photography Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-133B Quality techniques taught in 35mm darkroom black and white photography.

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art-133l photography Studio lab Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Corequisite: ART-133A, ART-133B, and/or ART-133C Open studio hours for practical studies in black and white darkroom techniques.

(01) 070090 Pack T

2/6/17-5/19/17

+2.00 hrs/week

FP-31

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) 068704 Thompson A

W

1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-9:55pm HH-209 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

art-138b intermediate photoshop Cross-referenced Course: ga-138b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-138A or GA-138A For photographers wishing to increase their working knowledge of Photoshop. Camera not required.

(01) 068705 Thompson A

W

1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-9:55pm HH-209 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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, and discuss photography and the creative process with others sharing your interest.

(01) 068706 Mueller P

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-11:35am HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068707 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068708 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

art-139b intermediate Digital photography Cross-referenced Course: ga-169b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: ART-139A or GA-169A Shoot creative projects, look at photos, discuss photography and the creative process, complete book or online gallery.

(01) 068709 Mueller P

1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-11:35am HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068710 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068711 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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) 068712 Ehrlich I

M WF

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:35pm

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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) 068713 Ehrlich I

M WF

1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:00pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:35pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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) 068714 Ogden D (02) 069800 Hornbeck J

TTh T

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10:30am-12:05pm 6:30pm-9:40pm

4104B 4104B

(01) 069966 Ogden D

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

1:15pm-4:30pm

4104B

(01) 069967 Rogers B

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

1:15pm-4:30pm

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(01) 069968 Tumlin E

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

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(01) 069969 Tumlin E

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

4104B

art-150b interior Design Cross-referenced Course: iD-150b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ART-150A or ID-150A Continuation of ART-150A. Studio course emphasizing public spaces.

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art-151 Visualization and presentation Cross-referenced Course: iD-151 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU This course familiarizes students with methods and materials used in the design industry to develop concepts and communicate ideas. Students will prepare projects for a design portfolio. art-155b CaD for interior Design Cross-referenced Course: iD-155b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ART-155A or ID-155A An introductory course in computer-aided drafting for interior design or architecture.

art-155C intermediate CaD for interior Design Cross-referenced Course: iD-155C Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ART-155B or ID-155B A continuing course in computer-aided drafting for interior design or architecture.

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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 creating computer-generated graphics and graphic design.

(01) 068719 Pajek R

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

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 & UC | Prerequisite: ART-160A or GA-160A In this advanced, hands-on course students develop intermediate and advanced conceptual, technical, and visual communication skills.

(01) 068720 Pajek R

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

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 and image editing software on desktop computers.

(01) 068721 Wang Y

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

11:40am-1:55pm

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

11:40am-1:55pm

HH-209

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

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FP-31 SC-143

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) 068723 Hartman R (02) 068724 Rubiolo D

art-202 Special projects Unit(s): 2.00 (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) 068725 Rubiolo D

1/23/17-5/19/17

astronomy

+2.30 hrs/week

SC-143

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) 068751 Wegryn E

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6:00pm-7:35pm

NC1222

(01) 068752 Wegryn E

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6:00pm-9:10pm

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aStr-101b general astronomy beyond the Solar System Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ASTR-102, taken concurrently Introduction to the astronomy beyond the solar system.

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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) 068753 Wegryn E

athletics

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

7:50pm-9:25pm

NC1222

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 courses are recommended for Ohlone College intercollegiate student athletes. Kindergarten-12th grade students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL courses.

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.

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athl-120a2 Cross training for the athlete Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | 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 movement. Repeatable = 3 times

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068757 068755 068756 068754 068758

Heslin L Marroquin D Fisher S Penaflor J Picchi S

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1:30pm-3:35pm 1:30pm-3:35pm 2:00pm-3:15pm 10:30am-11:30am 3:30pm-4:45pm

9104B 9104B GYM 9109 GYM

(01) 068759 Fleming C

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1/23/17-5/5/17

6:30am-7:35am

9104B

(01) 068760 Picchi S

MTWThF 1/23/17-3/10/17

4:00pm-6:05pm

GYM

(01) 068761 Fisher S

MTWThF 1/23/17-3/10/17

2:00pm-4:05pm

GYM

(01) 068762 Fleming C

MTWThF 1/23/17-5/5/17

1:00pm-3:20pm

POOL

athl-120a3 Cross training for the athlete Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | 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 athl-226b intercollegiate basketball ii, Women Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For intercollegiate basketball athletes who desire to compete during their season of sport. Repeatable = 3 times athl-227b intercollegiate basketball ii, Men Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For intercollegiate basketball athletes who desire to compete during their season of sport. Repeatable = 3 times

athl-228 intercollegiate Swimming, 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 swimming and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

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athl-229 intercollegiate Swimming, 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 swimming and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

biOl-101b principles of biology — Organisms and Systems

athl-230 intercollegiate Softball, Women Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate women’s softball and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 068805 Baxter J

(01) 068763 Fleming C

MTWThF 1/23/17-5/5/17

1:00pm-3:20pm

POOL

(01) 069738 Marshall J

MTWThF 1/9/17-5/19/17

2:00pm-3:50pm

SBF

(01) 069739 Curran M

MTWThF 1/9/17-5/19/17

2:30pm-4:20pm

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athl-231 intercollegiate baseball, Men Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year | Advisory: ATHL-251 For students who choose to compete in intercollegiate men’s baseball and who have met departmental specifications. Repeatable = 3 times athl-240 intercollegiate Volleyball prep, Women Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 068764 Penaflor J

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9:00am-10:25am

GYM

athl-242 intercollegiate Soccer prep, Women Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 068765 Heslin L

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1:30pm-3:35pm 1:30pm-3:35pm

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athl-243 intercollegiate Soccer prep, Men Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 068766 Marroquin D

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1:30pm-3:35pm 1:30pm-3:35pm

SOCF 9104B

Molecular and Cellular biology

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. C-ID BIOL 190

(01) 068804 Barnby M

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Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: BIOL-101A | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 A survey of eukaryotic organisms their structure, taxonomy, diversity, evolution, and ecology. C-ID BIOL 140

(02) 068806 Baxter J

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1:15pm-3:20pm 2:00pm-4:50pm 1:15pm-3:20pm 9:15am-12:05pm

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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. BIOL-103A + BIOL-103B = C-ID BIOL 115S

(01) 068807 Kauffman M (02) 068808 Kauffman M (03) 068809 Sundar S

(04) 068810 Sundar S Kauffman M (05) 068811 Sundar S

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. BIOL-103A + BIOL-103B = C-ID BIOL 115S

(01) 068812 Kauffman M (02) 068813 Kauffman M (03) 068814 Sundar S

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) 068815 Sundar S

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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.

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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) 068817 Lee M

(02) 068818 Lee M Barbier J (03) 068819 Gupta H

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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) 068820 Nakese D (02) 068821 Johnston G

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biOl-114 introduction to plant biology Cross-referenced Course: biOt-114 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to biology and biotechnology of plants.

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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.

(02) 070102 Watanabe J Lee M (03) 068823 Barnby M (04) 068824 Barnby M

(05) 068827 Grabiner M (06) 068828 Grabiner M (07) 068825 Grabiner M (09) 068830 Leasure C

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biOl-141 Marine biology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B Basic concepts of marine ecosystems; covers diversity of marine organisms, ecosystems, and ecology. Will include two field trips to tidal zones and to mud flats.

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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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:45am-11:20am 12:00pm-3:10pm

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biOt-101 biotechnology research projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: BIOT-105 Individual hands-on research projects in biotechnology; includes design, performance, and presentation of original experimental work.

(01) 070104 Sharma N

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1/23/17-5/19/17

12:45pm-3:25pm

NC2418

(01) 068833 Wehr C (02) 068834 Sharma N

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1/25/17-3/1/17 3/8/17-4/19/17

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

NC2412 NC2412

(01) 068835 Issel-Tarver L (02) 068836 Sharma N

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biOt-104a hplC Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) An introduction to HPLC instrumentation which is used to analyze the composition of substances.

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.

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.

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.

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1/24/17-3/14/17

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biOt-111b pCr primer Design and Optimization and reverse transcription pCr

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

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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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17

12:45pm-3:20pm

biOt-114 introduction to plant biology Cross-referenced Course: biOl-114 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to biology and biotechnology of plants.

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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) 068842 Pandya D (02) 068843 Pandya D

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10:00am-1:50pm 6:00pm-9:50pm

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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) 068844 Duque J (02) 068845 Duque J

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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.

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4/12/17-5/15/17

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biOt-118 biotechnology Operations Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: BIOT-105 | Advisory: BIOT-113 This course provides experience in the roles and responsibilities of the key functions in Biotechnology Operations.

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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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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.

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brDC-120 introduction to electronic Media Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU The development and nature of the electronic media: social, economic, and cultural implications.

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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. 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.

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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.

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brDC-124b broadcast internships ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: BRDC-123A and BRDC-124 Internship at Bay Area broadcast station or related facility to learn various aspects of the broadcasting business.

(01) 068853 Briseno T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +11.30 hrs/week SC-234 Students must contact instructor Tomas Briseno 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.

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brDC-127b 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.

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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.

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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.

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brDC-134 Video editing for Film and television Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn to edit for film and television. Create video clips for the web, short films, commercials, and video for television news. 1/23/17-5/19/17

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

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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.

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brDC-137 Video Field production Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: BRDC-136 Advanced techniques for shooting a broadcast news story using Sony digital cameras. 1/23/17-5/19/17

1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm 4202 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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brDC-142 live tV Studio production Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Students find feature stories, gather pictures and interviews, and prepare the story for air on a TV program.

brDC-145 Digital reporting i Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: BRDC-134 An introduction to digital storytelling with an emphasis on journalism. Students use video, blogs, and social media tools to create stories for the Internet. C-ID JOUR 120 brDC-146 Digital reporting ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: BRDC-145 Develop strong on-camera skills and learn to assemble show elements and produce a weekly webcast streamed live to colleges and social media sites. 6:30pm-9:00pm

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brDC-149 advanced tV Studio production Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: BRDC-148 Students receive advanced training in directing a live or previously recorded broadcast and supervising the preparation of sets, studio, and lighting prior to air.

brDC-150 introductory Film and Video production Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to video production covering composition, lighting, video and audio recording. Group and individual video projects.

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brDC-148 beginning tV Studio production Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Students train in using TV studio cameras, work in a TV control room, and learn basic lighting, graphics, and video. Students participate in a live weekly broadcast.

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brDC-132 Studio recording Cross-referenced Course: MUS-113 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU A non-technical introduction to the audio field with emphasis on commercial music studio recording.

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brDC-129 Digital radio Studio Systems Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Advanced operational techniques of digital radio studio systems.

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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

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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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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ba-101a Financial accounting Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B and MATH-151 Theory, procedures, practices relating to financial accounting. C-ID ACCT 110

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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

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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) 068777 Mosleh T (02) 068778 TBA

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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

(01) 068783 Mosleh T (02) 068784 Ozoa R

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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) 068788 Arellano R 2/27/17-4/28/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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.

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ba-115 Career Communication Cross-referenced Course: COMM-125 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Emphasis on all aspects of career communication, including interviewing, presentations, and team building.

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ba-116 business english and Communication Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 English grammar and development of writing skills from a business approach. Written, verbal, non-verbal, cross-cultural, and cross-gender communication are explored.

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1/23/17-1/23/17 5:30pm-8:35pm FP-13 2/27/17-2/27/17 5:30pm-8:35pm FP-13 4/3/17-4/3/17 5:30pm-8:35pm FP-13 5/8/17-5/8/17 5:30pm-8:35pm FP-13 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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) 068791 Holtzclaw S 2/27/17-3/17/17 +3.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

ba-121b legal aspects of Small business Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Legal aspects of starting and operating a small business.

(01) 068792 Holtzclaw S 2/27/17-3/17/17 +3.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

(01) 068793 Hancock L 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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ba-125 introduction to business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Emphasis on all aspects of career communication, including interviewing, presentations, and team building. C-ID BUS 110

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1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-3:15pm NP-12 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068794 Ozoa R Th 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm 4201 Web enhanced class. This class will have three online exams. 068796 Patterson A 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068795 Patterson A 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068797 Hudock L 3/13/17-5/19/17 +6.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068799 Ver Haar M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am 4201 (02) 068800 Bierman D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068801 Bierman D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068802 Bierman D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 068803 Ver Haar M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

business Supervision Management

bSM-102 interpersonal relations in the Workplace Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Interpersonal relations, getting along with others, conflict/stress control, and team building for managers.

(01) 068870 Hudock L 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-103 Management of human resources Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Human resources principles for managerial personnel.

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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) 068872 Yoshikawa R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068873 Aquilina M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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) 070109 TBA 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-110a Communications in the Workplace Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) This course is designed to introduce students to key elements in communication within business organizations.

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1/28/17-1/28/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 1/23/17-2/4/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-110b Writing Skills for Managers Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) | Advisory: ENGL-151B This course serves to provide students with the skills necessary to effectively write various business documents.

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4/29/17-4/29/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 4/24/17-5/6/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-110C attitude in the Workplace Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Students will learn key skills on effectively maintaining a positive attitude in the workplace.

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2/25/17-2/25/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 2/21/17-3/4/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-110D Decision Making and problem Solving Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) This course is designed to introduce students to decision making and problem solving techniques.

(01) 069827 Hudock L

3/11/17-3/11/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 3/6/17-3/18/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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bSM-110e Managing Organizational Change Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) This course provides an understanding of change and influence one has on an organization and its employees.

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4/8/17-4/8/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 3/27/17-4/8/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

bSM-110g team building Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of how teams work together.

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4/15/17-4/15/17 9:00am-1:30pm FP-23 4/10/17-4/22/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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

(01) 068886 Grant M (02) 068887 Grant M

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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. CHEM-101A + CHEM-101B = C-ID CHEM 120S

(01) 068891 Wesoloski L (02) 068892 Wesoloski L

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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) 068901 Hadei N (02) 068895 TBA (03) 068894 TBA

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health Science and biotechnology

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.

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CheM-112b Organic Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHEM-112A Organic chemistry for science majors, pre-professional health, and preengineering students. C-ID: CHEM-112A + CHEM-112B = C-ID CHEM 160S

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ChS-101 Chicano/latino Culture Cross-referenced Course: SOC-106 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Examination of the interaction between Chicano and American culture.

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ChS-102b Chicana/o history ii Cross-referenced Course: hiSt-102b Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Covers the history of the Mexican-American experience from 1850 to the present day.

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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.

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Chin-101b elementary Mandarin Chinese ii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHIN-101A or two years of high school Chinese Continuation of Chinese 101A, covering functional vocabulary, grammar structures, and study of culture.

1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:50am NC2306 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.50 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Chin-102a intermediate Mandarin Chinese i Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHIN-101B or three years of high school Chinese Continuation of CHIN-101B covering functional Chinese vocabulary and grammar and aspects of culture.

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Chin-102b intermediate Mandarin Chinese ii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHIN-102A Continuation of CHIN-102A covering functional Chinese vocabulary and grammar and aspects of culture.

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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 as broad based social science general education course. C-ID COMM 180

1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am 4104A 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068944 Burrows C W 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm NP-3

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COMM-111 introduction to public Speaking Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151RW, or ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Practice the art and theory of public speaking through delivery, organizing outlines, and use of research methodology. (Formerly SPCH-101) C-ID COMM 110

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SPCH courses are being taught in the Communication Studies (COMM) Department starting Summer 2016. Below is a chart that explains the change of SPCH courses to the COMM Department. Old Course new Course number number Course title SPCH-101 COMM-111 Introduction to Public Speaking SPCH-102 COMM-112 Small Group Communication/Critical Thinking SPCH-103 COMM-113 Interpersonal Communication SPCH-104 COMM-114 Critical Thinking/Persuasion SPCH-105 COMM-115 Intercultural Communication SPCH-106 COMM-116 Critical Thinking/Argumentation and Debate SPCH-107 COMM-117 Leadership Communication SPCH-108 COMM-118 Gender, Sexual Identity, and Communication SPCH-122 COMM-122 Family Communication SPCH-115 COMM-125 Career Communication SPCH-116 COMM-126 Listening Techniques SPCH-130 COMM-130 Oral Interpretation of Literature SPCH-190A COMM-190A Speech Communication Lab Consultant SPCH-190B COMM-190B Communication Lab Consultant SPCH-190C COMM-190C Communication Lab Consultant SPCH-110A1 COMM-191A1 Introductory Forensics Workshop SPCH-110A2 COMM-191A2 Forensics Workshop SPCH-110A3 COMM-191A3 Forensics Competition SPCH-112A1 COMM-192A1 Argumentation and Debate Workshop SPCH-112A2 COMM-192A2 Argumentation and Debate Workshop SPCH-112A3 COMM-192A3 Competitive Argumentation and Debate SPCH-114A3 COMM-193 Oral Interpretation Competition

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COMM-112 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. (Formerly SPCH-102) C-ID COMM 140

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Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Communication major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Communication Studies 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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COMM-114 Critical thinking/persuasion Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: COMM-111 and ENGL-101A Study of critical thinking/persuasion. Emphasis on reasoning and evalution of evidence in persuasion. (Formerly SPCH-104) C-ID COMM 190

(01) 069841 Spratt S (02) 069840 Ahntholz B

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am 4104A 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:30am-1:05pm FP-6 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

COMM-115 intercultural Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Explore cultural identity and how culture shapes how we communicate, interact, and co-create meaning in our social worlds. (Formerly SPCH-105) CID COMM 150

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm FP-5 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069845 Massimo T M 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm 4104A

COMM-116 Critical thinking/argumentation and Debate Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study of critical thinking through oral advocacy and debate. (Formerly SPCH106) C-ID COMM 120

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COMM-118 gender, Sexual identity, and Communication Cross-referenced Course: WS-108 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Examine the multitude of ways in which communication operates to construct gender identities. (Formerly SPCH-108)

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am FP-5 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm FP-5 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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COMM-122 Family Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Explore family communication theories, patterns of interactions, and ways in which family communication can be enhanced, including conflict management. (Formerly SPCH-122)

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1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm FP-9 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

COMM-125 Career Communication Cross-referenced Course: ba-115 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Emphasis on all aspects of career communication, including interviewing, presentations, and team building. (Formerly SPCH-115)

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COMM-126 listening techniques Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Study of listening with focus on developing skills for college, career, and personal development. (Formerly SPCH-116)

(01) 069855 Massimo T 3/27/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

COMM-130 Oral interpretation of literature Cross-referenced Course: tD-130 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B Analyze, perform, and critique multiple genres of literature. (Formerly SPCH130) C-ID COMM 170

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COMM-190a Speech Communication lab Consultant Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: COMM-111 or SPCH-101 By serving as a tutor in the Communication Lab, students will help other students with research, writing and delivering oral presentations. (Formerly SPCH-190A) COMM-190b Communication lab Consultant Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: COMM-111 or SPCH-101 By serving as a consultant in the Communication Lab, students will help other students refine research, writing, and delivery skills. (Formerly SPCH-190B) +1.30 hrs/week

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COMM-190C Communication lab Consultant Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: COMM-111 or SPCH-101 By serving as a consultant/tutor in the Communication Lab, students will assist other students with research, organization, and delivery of informative and persuasion speeches. (Formerly SPCH-190C) +8.10 hrs/week

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COMM-191a1 introductory Forensics Workshop Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Students analyze public performances and participate in online lessons to critique oral performances. (Formerly SPCH-110A1)

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COMM-191a3 Forensics Competition Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: COMM-111, COMM-116, or COMM-130 Master communication skills through competitive speaking events, which include weekend travel. (Formerly SPCH-110A3) C-ID COMM 160B Repeatable = 1 time

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COMM-192a3 Competitive argumentation and Debate Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: COMM-111 and COMM-116 Master speaking and debate skills through participation in competitive debate, which requires weekend travel to tournaments. (Formerly SPCH-112A3) C-ID COMM 160B Repeatable = 3 times

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COMM-193 Oral interpretation Competition Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: COMM-111 or COMM-130 Master communication skills through analysis and performance of competitive oral interpretation of literature. (Formerly SPCH-114A3) C-ID COMM 170

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COMM-202 Special projects Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | 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 | Advisory: COMM-111 This course is a Communication Studies project. Consultation with the instructor required. (Formerly SPCH-202)

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COMM-203 Special projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU; Granting of UC transfer credit is contingent on review of the course outline by the UC campus. This course is a Communication Studies project. Consultation with the instructor required. (Formerly SPCH-203)

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Computer Science major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Computer Science 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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CaOt-101a Computer application Fundamentals Cross-referenced Course: CS-101a Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Basic computer skills Using the latest MS Office Suite students will learn applications at an introductory level to create documents, worksheets, presentations, databases, and email for personal and professional use.

(01) 068876 Aquilina M T 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-12:10pm NC2308 (02) 068877 TBA 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068878 Arellano R 2/27/17-4/28/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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) 068879 Sibley C 2/27/17-4/28/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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.

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(01) 068945 Fang X F 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:30am-12:40pm NC2318 (02) 068946 Fang X 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068947 Gao Y 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068948 Fang X 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 068949 Fang X 3/13/17-5/19/17 +6.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

CS-101a Computer application Fundamentals Cross-referenced Course: CaOt-101a Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Basic computer skills Using the latest MS Office Suite students will learn applications at an introductory level to create documents, worksheets, presentations, databases, and email for personal and professional use.

(01) 068950 Aquilina M T 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-12:10pm NC2308 (02) 068951 TBA 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068952 Arellano R 2/27/17-4/28/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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CS-102 introduction to Computer programming Using C++ Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MATH-152 | Advisory: CS-101 or CNET-101 An introduction to computer programming using the C++ language for students with no programming experience. C-ID COMP 122

(01) 068953 Topham D (02) 068955 Lin K

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1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-11:15am NC2308 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:05am FP-2 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.80 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068956 Pham J W 1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00pm-10:10pm NC2309 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.50 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068957 Degallier J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 068958 Degallier J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

CS-113 Discrete Structures Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CS-102 | Advisory: MATH-188 This course is an introduction to discrete structures and its applications in computer science. C-ID COMP 152

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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.

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CS-118 introduction to assembly language programming Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CS-102 Introduction to Assembly Language for Intel-based computers. C-ID COMP 142

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CS-124 programming with Data Structures Unit(s): 3.00 (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) 068963 Fang X

1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Th 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-5:30pm NC2119 Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068964 Price P F 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-6:10pm NC2309 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 070035 Topham D TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-11:10am NC2318

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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) 068965 Gao Y 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068966 Gao Y Th 1/26/17-1/26/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2121 Th 3/9/17-3/9/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2121 Th 4/27/17-4/27/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2121 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

CS-133 introduction to SaS programming Cross-referenced Course: biOt-133 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to the SAS system for data management, statistical analysis, and reporting. Preparation for a globally recognized program offered by SAS institute, the Base SAS Certification.

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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) 068968 Shaarani F 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

CS-146 introduction to UniX/linux Cross-referenced Course: Cnet-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI.

(01) 068969 Pham J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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) 068970 White G 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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CS-152 Data Communications Cross-referenced Course: Cnet-152 Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to TCP/IP protocol, data communication, and networking technology, security for LANs, WANs, and the Internet.

(01) 069911 Jones S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068971 Gao Y

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1/24/17-1/24/17 6:30pm-8:00pm NC2123 3/7/17-3/7/17 6:30pm-8:00pm NC2123 4/4/17-4/4/17 6:30pm-8:00pm NC2123 5/2/17-5/2/17 6:30pm-8:00pm NC2123 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 068972 Gao Y 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Computers, networks, and emerging technology 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) 068915 Fang X F 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:30am-12:40pm NC2318 (02) 068916 Fang X 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 068917 Gao Y 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 068918 Fang X 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 068919 Fang X 3/13/17-5/19/17 +6.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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Cnet-105 it essentials (Comptia 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. C-ID ITIS 110

(01) 068920 Sha R

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00am-9:10am NC2309 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-108 it project Management Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Develop skills in IT project management. Prepare for industry certification.

(01) 069828 Sha R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00pm-10:10pm FP-32A 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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) 069831 Powell J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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(01) 068922 Stewart T 1/23/17-3/17/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 069832 Stewart T 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Did you know???

The enrollment of African-American students in California’s community colleges nearly matches the undergraduate enrollment of the University of California. Source: Community College League of California

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Cnet-132 introduction to tableau analytics Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Develop Tableau visuals and reports using the Tableau desktop client, a tool for Big Data analytics and Business Intelligence.

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Cnet-135 Oracle Database administration Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Manage an Oracle Database instance, configure the Oracle Network Environment, and perform database maintenance. Cnet-136 Oracle Database backup and recovery Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-135 Plan and implement Oracle 12c Database backup and recovery.

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1/24/17-1/24/17 7:00pm-8:25pm NC2308 2/21/17-2/21/17 7:00pm-8:25pm NC2308 3/28/17-3/28/17 7:00pm-8:25pm NC2308 4/25/17-4/25/17 7:00pm-8:25pm NC2308 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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) 068929 White G 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-151 Systems and network administration Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-105 and CNET-154 Learn to build, maintain, troubleshoot, and support server hardware/software technologies. Prep for the Server+ exam.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00pm-10:10pm NC2308 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-152 Data Communications Cross-referenced Course: CS-152 Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to TCP/IP protocol, data communication, and networking technology, security for LANs, WANS, and the Internet.

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) 069912 Jones S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-138 pl/SQl programming Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-137 This course covers the complete PL/SQL programming language.

(01) 068930 Bruington R

(01) 068925 Shaarani F 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

(01) 069833 Shaarani F

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2/1/17-2/1/17 7:00pm-8:35pm NC2119 3/8/17-3/8/17 7:00pm-8:35pm NC2119 4/5/17-4/5/17 7:00pm-8:35pm NC2119 5/3/17-5/3/17 7:00pm-8:35pm NC2119 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068927 Bruington R

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00pm-10:10pm NC2318 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-146 introduction to UniX/linux Cross-referenced Course: CS-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI.

(01) 068928 Pham J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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Cnet-155a introduction to networks (CCna1) Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Networking terminology, protocols standards, cabling. Preparation for CCENT and CCNA. C-ID ITIS 150 T T

1/24/17-3/14/17 7:00pm-9:05pm NC2306 1/24/17-3/14/17 9:15pm-10:10pm NC2315 1/24/17-3/14/17 +8.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069904 Namboori L 1/23/17-3/17/17 +13.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-155b routing and Switching essentials (CCna2) Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-155A Network routing and switching essentials. Preparation for CCENT and CCNA.

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3/28/17-5/16/17 7:00pm-9:05pm NC2306 3/28/17-5/16/17 9:15pm-10:10pm NC2315 3/28/17-5/16/17 +8.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069905 Namboori L 3/27/17-5/19/17 +13.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068935 Thompson L

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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) 068936 Thompson L

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Cnet-160a MS 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) 068937 Jones S 1/23/17-3/17/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068938 Jones S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

(01) 068939 Namboori R

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1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00pm-9:55pm NC2308 1/23/17-3/17/17 +1.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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) 068940 Namboori R 3/27/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-166 Windows Server — advanced Services Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-162 and CNET-164 Configure and administer advanced services for a Microsoft Windows 2012 Server network infrastructure. Preparation for certification.

(01) 069837 Namboori R 3/27/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Cnet-173 ethical hacking Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-155A and CNET-170 Learn various methodologies for attacking and disabling a network. Secure and defend your network.

(01) 068941 Bolt S 1/23/17-3/17/17 +11.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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Cnet-174 Computer Forensics Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CNET-170 and CNET-173 Gain an in-depth hands-on knowledge of the principles, procedures, and techniques used in digital forensic analysis.

(01) 068942 Bolt S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +11.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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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1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:35am NC2100 2/22/17-5/19/17 12:00pm-2:05pm NC2123 2/22/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068881 Kaur J Th 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm NC2121 068882 Kaur J F 3/31/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm NC2121 3/31/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068884 Grillo J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 068883 Grillo J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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DeaF-120b Developing Writing and grammar Skills ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Advisory: DEAF-120A The second of two study courses focusing on basic grammar rules and their application in writing. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-121b building Writing and grammar Skills ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Advisory: DEAF-121A The second of two courses focusing on grammar rules and their application in writing at the low-intermediate ESL level. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. DeaF-130b reading and Vocabulary Development ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Advisory: DEAF-130A and ASL fluency Practical reading for Deaf students. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

DeaF-131b reading and Vocabulary building ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) The second of two courses focused on strengthening vocabulary, reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-157b Fundamentals of english Composition ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Advisory: ASL fluency Second of two intermediate composition courses focusing on paragraph and essay development and grammar skills. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-160b personal and Social awareness ii Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Prerequisite: DEAF-160A Self-awareness and development for personal growth. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

DeaF-168 introduction to Digital Video production Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Advisory: ASL fluency, basic computer skills, DEAF-157A, DEAF-159A Learn to shoot and edit digital video for online social media including Vimeo, YouTube, websites, and DVD. Camcorder is not required. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

6104 6104

DeaF-175b iUpp grammar ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Advisory: ASL fluency Second of two advanced English grammar courses to prepare students for college-level coursework. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree. 1/23/17-5/19/17

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DeaF-188b intensive University preparation:

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Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Advisory: ASL fluency Second of two intensive writing courses to prepare students for college coursework. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-189b intensive University preparation: academic reading ii

6201 6201

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Advisory: ASL fluency The second of two intensive study courses focusing on reading and research skills. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-312 linguistics of aSl Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; ASL fluency An introduction to the linguistics of American Sign Language. Taught in ASL only.

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DeaF-159b Fundamentals of College reading ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Advisory: ASL fluency Second of two courses in fundamental reading and study skills. Taught in ASL. Not applicable to associate degree.

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DeaF-330 Deaf education Cross-referenced Course: aSl-140 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; ASL fluency Historical, philosophical, legislative, educational, and social aspects of educating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children.

DeaF-331 Counseling the Deaf Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; ASL fluency Provides students needed skills to work with Deaf students in Deaf education programs. Taught in ASL.

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

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eCS-201 Special projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor

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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. C-ID CDEV 100

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Ohlone has the highest rate of success among its 17 statewide peers of community colleges for students remaining consecutively enrolled for their first three terms. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard

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eCS-304 Observation and assessment Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300 and ECS-301 Observation and assessment methods focusing on major aspects of child development. C-ID ECE 200

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eCS-305 health Safety and nutrition Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; ECS-300 Child care health and safety practices, first aid and CPR. C-ID ECE 220

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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.

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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

eCS-307b4 intermediate practicum — Field Work Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ECS-307A4 | Advisory: ECS-300 and ENGL-101A Observe, plan, and assume responsibilities as teacher of young children in the lab.

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eCS-307C4 practicum — Field experience Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ECS-307A4 and ECS-307B4 | Advisory: ENGL-101A and ECS-300 Observe, plan, implement activities for young children as a Head Teacher/Master Teacher/Site Director.

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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.

eCS-321 administration ii: personnel and leadership in early Childhood education

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ECS-300 and ECS-301 | Advisory: ECS-302 and ENGL-101A Supervision for teachers and administrators in early childhood programs.

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Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ECS-308 and ENGL-101A Mentoring and supervision of adults in Early Childhood programs.

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eCS-323 Care and education for infants and toddlers Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ECS-301, ECS-317, and ENGL-101A Advanced training in working with children under three years of age. Appropriate practices for group care giving, normal and abnormal development.

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Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as an Early Childhood Education major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education 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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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.

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engi-101 introduction to engineering Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Students will explore engineering as a career option. The course includes hands-on projects and team work.

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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.

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engi-115 engineering graphics and Design Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MATH-151 This course covers engineering graphics and design, descriptive geometry, and computer aided drafting using Auto CAD.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 5:50pm-9:00pm HH-115 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069016 Abboud S F 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-12:10pm HH-115 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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 This course covers DC and AC circuit analysis, experimental techniques, and circuit stimulation.

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engi-140 Materials engineering Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: CHEM-101A and PHYS-140 Relationships of microstructure to properties of materials.

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: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; or ENGL-151RW; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process Development of college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Essay writing includes argument, exposition, and research. C-ID ENGL 100

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Did you know???

Transfer students from the California Community Colleges to the University of California system currently account for 48% of UC’s bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Source: Community College League of California

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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) 069047 Mitchell R MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-10:05am HH-120 (02) 069048 Kelso J MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:05am FP-5 (03) 069049 Mitchell R TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:05am HH-120 Native American Literature is the theme of this class. All fiction, poetry, and drama are written by Native American writers. (04) 069050 Hurley J MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:30am-1:35pm NC2121 (05) 069051 Dean J TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:30am-1:35pm HH-120 (06) 069052 Brosamer M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-3:20pm HH-120 (07) 069053 Valter M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-3:20pm NP-4 (08) 069054 Chen L TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 4:00pm-6:05pm HH-120 (09) 069055 Black B TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-8:05pm NP-4 (10) 069056 Omidi P TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-8:35pm FP-5 (11) 069062 Madden C 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (12) 069057 Christensen G 3/27/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (13) 069058 Christensen G 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (14) 069059 Madden C 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (15) 069060 Virgil T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (16) 069061 Virgil T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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engl-115 Women in literature Cross-referenced Course: WS-115 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A British and American women writers past and present.

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engl-141 advanced novel and Short Story Writing Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ENGL-101A Fine-tuning your creative writing skills and preparing your work for publication.

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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.

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engl-113 poetry Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A An introduction to the different types and forms of poetry. T

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engl-109 the graphic novel Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to the art, storytelling, character development, and themes of several graphic novels.

(01) 069919 Virgil T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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Get the best of online and traditional classes by taking a hybrid class. Hybrid classes are online classes that also have some face-toface time with on-campus class meetings. Look for the

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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 Writing well-developed essays, critical reading; review of grammar and mechanics. Not applicable to associate degree.

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(01) 069922 Davila C TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:30am-11:15am 6205 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (02) 070055 Swamy R MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-12:30pm HH-207 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (03) 069117 Kuehner A MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:30am-2:15pm 6205 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (04) 069120 Brandt T TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:30am-2:15pm 6205 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (05) 069118 Hurley J MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-4:45pm NC2119 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (06) 069119 Brandt T TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:30pm-5:15pm 6205 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (07) 069923 Radcliff S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:15pm 6205 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement. (08) 070233 Flynn R TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:30pm-4:15pm NC2306 Some assignments for this class will require regular online access. Please contact the instructor before registering if you have any questions about this online requirement.

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.

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Ohlone has the highest rate of success among its 25 statewide peers of community colleges for students who started a basic skills English course and then were successful in transfer level English. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard

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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.

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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 Development of college-level skills in vocabulary, comprehension, critical reading/thinking, study strategies, and reading rate. Not applicable to associate degree.

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

(01) 069141 Swamy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week HH-217 Students must report to HH-217 on the Fremont campus the first week of the semester.

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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) 069142 Swamy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +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) 069143 Swamy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +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) 069144 Swamy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +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) 069145 Swamy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +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

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

New associate degrees designed specifically for transfer to the CSU are available! Ohlone currently has twenty-three associate degrees in the following majors geared specifically for transfer to the CSU: Administration of Justice, Anthropology, Art History, Business Administration, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education, Economics, English, Geography, Geology, History, Journalism, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Studio Arts, and Theatre Arts

Degree requirements are available in the Ohlone College catalog. See an Ohlone counselor for more information about these new degrees!

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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.

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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.

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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.

1/23/17-5/19/17 8:30am-10:15am FP-6 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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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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.

1/23/17-5/19/17 10:30am-12:15pm FP-6 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 070230 Plicner M MWF 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:45pm-4:30pm NC2306

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-103 the environment and human health Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC This course will explore the broad conditions that shape environmental health, both human health and the ecosystem context, moving across and between questions of science, culture, and public policy.

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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) 069149 Younessi M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am NC1224 (02) 069150 Watanabe J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 069151 Watanabe J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 069152 Bansal N 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 070244 Bansal N 1/3/17-1/22/17 +18.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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enVS-109 Sustainable Urban Design and the environment Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A course presenting the social, architectural, and economic perspective in sustainable building design systems, thereby moving towards more sustainable communities.

(01) 069153 Bansal N 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

enVS-110 Climate Change: Science, the environment, and Society

Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Causes and consequences of climate variability.

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Did you know???

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Three out of every 10 Californians ages 18-24 are currently enrolled in a community college. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

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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.

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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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-12:30pm FP-9 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Fren-101b elementary French Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: FREN-101A or two years of high school French Introduction to reading, writing, understanding, and speaking of French.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:00pm FP-23 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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) 069730 Holliger H 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 070222 Holliger H 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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WS-108 gender, Sexual identity, and Communication Cross-referenced Course: COMM-118 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Examine the multitude of ways in which communication operates to construct gender identities.

(01) 069731 Ahntholz B (02) 069732 Favela L

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am FP-5 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm FP-5 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

WS-115 Women in literature Cross-referenced Course: engl-115 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A British & American women writers past and present.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm 4201 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.70 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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 including mental health, nutrition, exercise, and reproductive health.

(01) 069734 Ryan J TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm NC2123 (02) 069735 Bain C 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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. C-ID GEOG 115

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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

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.

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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. C-ID GEOG 125

(01) 069186 Levy A

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geOg-107 introduction to global Studies Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU An introduction to the history, development, and processes of globalization, across local, national, and global scales.

(01) 070175 Bansal N 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

geology

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) 069188 Belasky P

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1/23/17-5/19/17 11:15am-12:50pm NP-8B 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:00am-2:10pm NP-8B (02) 069189 Belasky P 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm NP-8B 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

geOl-102 introduction to Oceanography Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Multi-disciplinary study of the world’s oceans: plate tectonics, marine life, impact on ecosystems and climate; field trip is a cruise of the Bay.

(01) 069190 Belasky P

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geOl-103 paleontology and Dinosaurs Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: 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. geOl-103l earth history and paleontology laboratory Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for MATH-151; GEOL-103 and GEOL-104 Hands-on studies of Earth history and ancient life as revealed by rocks and fossils from all over the world.

graphic arts

ga-109a beginning graphic Design i (letter Forms and typography)

Cross-referenced Course: art-109a Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ART-104A Introduction to Graphic Design and visual communication exploring traditional and contemporary typefaces.

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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 This course introduces students to compositional strategies and visual communication problem solving skills employed by designers.

(01) 069168 Pacheco J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

HH-209

(01) 069169 Pacheco J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:45pm

HH-209

(01) 069170 Pacheco J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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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 Advanced level course focusing on visual solutions using graphic design for 2D and 3D objects. 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 graphic design course focusing on conceptual and formal problem solving and portfolio presentation.

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.

1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-9:55pm HH-209 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

ga-138b intermediate photoshop Cross-referenced Course: art-138b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: GA-138A or ART-138A For photographers wishing to increase their working knowledge of Photoshop. Camera not required.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-9:55pm HH-209 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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 An introduction to creating computer-generated graphics and graphic design.

(01) 069173 Pajek R

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(01) 069174 Pajek R

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HH-209

ga-160b Computer graphics ii Cross-referenced Course: art-160b Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: GA-160A or ART-160A In this advanced, hands-on course, students develop intermediate and advanced conceptual, technical, and visual communication skills.

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ga-161a Digital graphics i Cross-referenced Course: art-161a Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Overview of computer graphics and image editing software on desktop computers.

(01) 069175 Wang Y

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1/23/17-5/19/17

11:40am-1:55pm

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) 069176 Wang Y

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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, and discuss photography and the creative process with others sharing your interest.

(01) 069177 Mueller P

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1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-11:35am HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069178 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 069179 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

ga-169b intermediate Digital photography Cross-referenced Course: art-139b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: GA-169A or ART-139A Shoot creative projects, look at photos, discuss photography and the creative process, complete book or online gallery.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-11:35am HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069181 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 069182 Mueller P 1/23/17-5/19/17 +8.10 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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) 069223 Kurotori R TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-11:35am NC2123 (02) 069224 TBA T 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm FP-13 (03) 069225 Bain C 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 069226 Heslin L 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

hlth-125 Stress Management Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ENGL-101A Explore sources and health implications of stress, prevention strategies, and stress reduction techniques.

(01) 069227 Ryan R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

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hlth-141 Qigong ii Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advances the personal Qigong practice techniques through more challenging routines and theoretical applications.

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 including mental health, nutrition, exercise, and reproductive health.

(01) 069230 Ryan J TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-2:50pm NC2123 (02) 069231 Bain C 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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) 069232 Ryan R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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application for admission

Please return to: Ohlone College Office of Admissions and Records 43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont CA 94539

Year:

Complete all sections. Please print clearly.

legal name address

Last Name

First Name

○ Fall ○ Spring ○ Summer Middle Initial

phone number (      )

○ Mobile  ○ Home  ○ Work ○ Mobile  ○ Home  ○ Work

phone number (      )

email

any prior name or alias Social Security number Date of birth race/ethnicity Are you Hispanic or Latino?  ○ Yes  ○ No  ○ Decline to state

Please select one for each of the following:

M M D D Y Y Y Y

Cuban, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.

Enter your selection here: ai aC aJ aK

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Asian: Indian Asian: Chinese Asian: Japanese Asian: Korean

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Asian: Laotian Asian: Cambodian Asian: Vietnamese Asian: Filipino

Asian: Other Black or African American American Indian/Alaskan Native Pacific Islander: Guamanian

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gender

○ Female ○ Male ○ Transgender ○ Decline to state

Pacific Islander: Samoan Pacific Islander: Hawaiian Pacific Islander: Other White

Sexual Orientation

○ Straight/Heterosexual ○ Gay or Lesbian/Homosexual ○ Bisexual ○ Other ○ Decline to state h O XD

Hispanic Other Non-White Decline to state

educational goal Please enter the major code of the degree or educational program you are interested in. A list of majors you can apply to can be found in the class schedule or at the following link: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/docs/majorcodes.pdf Major Code: Parent/Guardian Education Levels

Please select one of the following for each parent/guardian: parent or guardian 1 Grade 9 or less Associate’s degree Some high school Bachelor’s degree High School graduate Graduate degree Some college Other/Unknown

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parent or guardian 2 Grade 9 or less Some high school High school graduate Some college

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○ Associate’s degree ○ Bachelor’s degree ○ Graduate degree ○ Other/Unknown

Your College Education Information

Please select one of the following: No degree Associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher

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Example: AA.BA.TR

educational history

Your Education Level

Please select one of the following: First time student in college First time at this college, have attended another college

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High School Education

Please select one of the following: Did not graduate high school Currently enrolled in high school Currently enrolled in adult school Graduated from a foreign high school

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○ Returning student to this college after being absent Enrolled in high school (or a lower grade) and ○ college at the same time

○ Received a U.S. high school diploma ○ Received either a GED or Certificate of High School Equivalency ○ Received a Certificate of California High School Equivalency

Please enter the name of your last high school attended: City

Years Attended               

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Year Graduated

State

Have you attended a California high school for three or more years?  ○ Yes  ○ No

Please list the colleges you have attended and the dates of attendance. If you have not attended college, please enter Not Applicable. College 1

City and State

Attended from College 2

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Ohlone College application for admission immigration and residency information

What is your current Citizenship status? Please select one of the following: U.S. Citizen Permanent Resident Temporary Resident Refugee/Asylee Student Visa Other Statuses Undocumented Unknown

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If you are a permanent resident, on a visa, a refugee or asylee, or other statuses, please enter your Alien Registration number here: If you are on a student visa, please enter your visa type here: And enter the date your visa was issued:

And the date it expires:

MM/DD/YYYY MM/DD/YYYY If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will need to provide documentation of your current immigration status to complete your application. You can bring your current visa, permanent residency card, or other immigration documents to Admissions and Records along with a photo ID. We also request your social security card, if you have one.

California Residence Do you claim to be a California resident?  ○ Yes  ○ No Have you lived continuously in the state of 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 parent/guardian instead.

When did your current stay in California begin?

○ Yes  ○ No  

Month        Day         Year

Additional Residency Questions

Please select any of the following that apply to you: Are you a full-time employee, or dependent/spouse of a full-time employee of a: California Community College, California State University, University of California, Maritime Academy? Are you a full-time credentialed employee of a California public school, enrolling in a college for the purpose of fulfilling credential-related requirements?

○ Have you been employed as a seasonal agricultural

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worker for at least a total of two months of each year for the past two years? Have you ever been in court ordered foster care? In the last two years, have you declared residency in another state for income tax purposes?

US Military/Dependent of Military Information

Please select any of the following that apply to you: None apply to me Dependent, spouse, or child of currently active military Currently active military Veteran (active or reserve) discharged within the last year

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Language

○ In the last two years, have you registered to vote in another state? ○ In the last two years, have you declared residency at an out of state college or university? ○ In the last two years, have you petitioned for a lawsuit or a divorce in another state?

○ Veteran (active or reserve) discharged more than a year ago ○ Currently in Reserves or National Guard (non-active)

needs and interests

Are you comfortable reading and writing English? Yes   No      If no, what language do you prefer? Are you interested in Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing services? Yes   No

Financial Assistance

Do you plan to apply for financial aid? Yes   No Are you currently receiving TANF, SSI, or General Assistance? Yes   No Are you a former or current foster youth and interested in financial aid and/or other benefits and services available to foster youth?

Programs and Services

○ Academic Advising ○ Child Care ○ CalWorks ○ Career Planning

Athletic Interests

○ Basic Skills (reading, writing, math) ○ Re-entry Program (after 5 years out) ○ Disabled Students Programs and Services ○ Extended Opportunity Programs and Services

○ Online Classes ○ Health Services ○ Housing Information ○ Employment Assistance

Are you interested in one or more sports with the possibility of playing on an intercollegiate team? Are you interested in intramural or club sports but not playing on an intercollegiate team?   Yes   Are you interested in Physical Education classes? Yes   No

○ Yes  ○ No

○ English as a Second Language ○ Personal Counseling ○ Scholarship Information ○ Student Government

○ Yes  ○ No ○ No

○ Testing, Assessment, Orientation ○ Transfer Information ○ Tutoring Services ○ Veterans Services

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

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Ohlone College educational goals Degree prOgraMS – aSSOCiate in artS Or SCienCe

program Codes

Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ACCT Administration of Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.AJ Administration of Justice for Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.AJ Administrative Assistant with Supervisory Focus . AA.ADASP American Sign Language and Deaf Studies . . . . . . AA.ASL Anthropology for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.ANTH Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ART.TR Art History for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.ARTH 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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.SPCH.TR Communication Studies for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.COMM Computer Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.CENG.TR Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.CS.TR Computer Science for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTC.CS.CSU Database Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.DA Desktop Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.DST Early Childhood Education for Transfer . . . . . . . . . ASTB.ECE Early Childhood Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ECS Economics for Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.ECON

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 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 Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.IT Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.ID Journalism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.JOUR Journalism for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.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: Communication Emphasis . . . . . . . . . AA.LA.COMM Mathematics for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTB.MATH Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.MM Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.MUS.TR Music for Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.MUS 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 Philosophy for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.PHIL 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 Nurse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.NURS Respiratory Therapist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.RT Social Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA.SOC.SCI Sociology for Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SOC Spanish for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SPAN Studio Arts for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.SA System Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS.SYAD Theatre Arts for Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AATB.TA

Transfer to CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TR.CSU

Transfer to UC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TR.UC

Transfer to Private or Out-of-State University . . . . TR.OTHER

Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.ACCT Administrative Assistant with Supervisory Focus . CA.ADASP American Sign Language and Deaf Studies . . . . . . CA.ASL ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program . . . . CA.INTP Biotechnology: Biostatistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BSTT Biotechnology: Biotechnology Research Associate CA.BQCR Biotechnology: Bio-Manufacturing. . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BMNF Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BRDC Business Supervision/Management . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.BSM Database Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.DA Desktop Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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 Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.IT Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.ID Journalism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.JOUR Kinesiology: Fitness Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.KFP Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.MM Network Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.NETA Real Estate Sales Broker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.REB System Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA.SYAD

3D Modeling and Animation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.3DMA Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ARCH Audio Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.AUDI Ballet Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . CC.BDTC Biology: General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BIOS 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 Communication Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPCH Computer Applications in Biotechnology. . . . . . . . CC.CABT Contemporary Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . CC.MDTC Costuming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CSTM Cultural Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATCU Customer Service Academy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CSA Cybersecurity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CYBR Deaf Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DTA1 Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DWDS Digital Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DIGA

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 Geography: Physical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GEOP Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GEOL Glass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GLAS Graphic Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.GRDS Intensive University Preparation Program (IUPP) . CC.IUPP 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 IT Service and Support Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.DSP1 Java Developer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JVDV Jazz Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JDTC Journalism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.JINT Leadership Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPLC Linux (LPI-1 and LPI-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LNX Linux/UNIX System Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LNXA Live Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.LVMG Mass Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MCOM

Mathematics: Applied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MTHA Mathematics: Pure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MTHP MCITP Server Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MCSA Mobile Application Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MOBA Molecular Biology Research Techniques . . . . . . . . CC.MBRT Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MM Music Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUTH Natural Resource Conservation and Management CC.NRCM Office Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.BAOS Oracle Database Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ODO Oral Interpretation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.SPOR Paleobiology/Natural History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATPN Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.PHTO Physical Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.ATPH 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 Stage Craft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.STCR Sustainable Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.RESD Tap Dance Teacher/Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.TDTC Theatrical and TV Lighting Technician. . . . . . . . . . . CC.TTVL Video Game Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.VGMD Virtualization and Storage Administration . . . . . . . CC.VSA Vocal Music Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUVP Vocal Music Performance: Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . CC.MUAV Web Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CC.CSWD

Personal Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ND.PERS

K-12 Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ND.K12

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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

Special interest

Workforce education and Career Development

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 Ohlone Community Education course please call (510) 979-7590. All Ohlone Community Education courses are open to 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.

Please note: area i

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 (ADT). n n

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.

natUral SCienCeS

aa Degree (complete 3 units) aS Degree (complete 6 units) anth 101; aStr 101A, 101A & 102, 101B, 101B & 102; biOl 101A, 101B, 103A, 103B, 104, 105, 106, 107, 109, 114, 130, 141, 142; biOt 100, 105, 114; 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, 103, 103 & 103L, 104, 104 & 104L; phyS 108, 120, 121, 140, 141, 142; pSy 120

Completed in progress

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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*, 113, 115*, 118*, 122; enVS 101, 103*, 105*, 107, 108, 109; geOg 102, 104, 105*, 106; 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*; WS 101*, 108*, 120* *Courses listed with an * can also be counted in Area VI and/or Area VII. area iii Fine artS anD 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 theOry: art 100, 101, 103A*, 103B*, 103C, 131; hiSt 141, 142, 143; iS 100; MM 100; MUS 100, 101, 102, 103, 104*, 106, 121, 125; tD 100, 102, 109 b. hUManitieS anD partiCipatOry artS: arbC 101A, 101B; art 104A, 105A, 106A, 107A, 108, 109A, 111A, 116A, 121A, 133A, 139A, 140, 150A, 153, 154, 156, 158, 160A, 160B, 161A; aSl 101A, 101A4, 101B, 102A, 102A4, 103A, 103A4, 103B, 104A, 104B, 181A, 181B; brDC 123A, 130, 141, 142, 148, 155; Chin 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; ChS 106A*; COMM 130, 134, 193; eCS 310, 314; engl 101B, 104, 106, 111A, 111B, 112, 113, 114, 115*, 117, 118, 119, 120A, 120B, 121, 122, 125A, 125B, 127, 129, 130*; Fren 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; ga 109A, 160A, 160B, 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, 110; MUS 103, 104*, 110A, 111A, 122, 123, 125, 160A, 161A, 162A, 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 132; tD 107, 110, 114, 115A, 119, 120A3, 124, 125, 126, 129, 130, 132, 134, 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 116, 123; COMM 111*, 112, 114, 116; 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 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, 188 area V phySiCal eDUCatiOn/WellneSS aa, aS Degree (complete one of the following options) a. phySiCal eDUCatiOn: Complete any two activity courses athl 220-225; hlth 140, 141; pe 300-379, 393-397; tD 141A, 141B, 142A, 142B, 142C, 143A, 143B, 143C, 144A, 144B, 148A2, 148A3; OR b. WellneSS: hlth 101, 125, 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) 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. anth 102, 104; arbC 101A, 101B; art 103A, 103B; aSl 140, 142, 145; ChS 101, 102A, 102B, 106A, 112; COMM 115, 118; DeaF 330; eCS 309; engl 115, 130; enVS 103, 105; geOg 106; hiSt 114A, 114B, 115, 119A, 119B; hlth 150; iS 110, 120; MUS 104; phil 109A, 109B, 110, 112, 114; SOC 101, 102, 106; WS 101, 108, 115, 120, 150 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, 111; CS 151; hiSt 119A, 119B; lS 101, 151

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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Students can use this plan to fulfill lower division GE requirements for CSU, UC, and Ohlone College Associate in Arts or Science degrees (AA, AS, ADT).

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For Areas A-E, if a course is listed in more than one area it may only be counted in one area.

area a engliSh langUage, COMMUniCatiOn, anD CritiCal thinKing (3 courses) Complete one course from a1; one course from a2; one course from a3. All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. a1 Oral COMMUniCatiOn: COMM 111, 113, 116 a2 Written COMMUniCatiOn: engl 101A a3 CritiCal thinKing: COMM 112, 114, 116; engl 101C; phil 104, 107

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area b SCientiFiC inQUiry anD QUantitatiVe reaSOning (3 courses) Complete one course from b1; one course from b2 (at least one of the two courses must include a laboratory); and one course from b4. Lab courses are underlined. b1 phySiCal SCienCe: aStr 101A, 101B, 102; CheM 101A, 101B, 102, 108, 109, 112A, 112B; Cnet 114; engi 114; enVS 110; geOg 101; geOl 101, 102, 102L, 103, 103L, 104, 104L; phyS 108, 120, 121, 140, 141, 142 b2 liFe SCienCe: anth 101; biOl 101A, 101B, 103A, 103B, 104, 105, 106, 107, 109, 114, 130, 141, 142; biOt 114; enVS 108, 142 b3 labOratOry aCtiVity: One course from b1 or b2 above must include a lab (lab courses are underlined). b4 MatheMatiCS/QUantitatiVe reaSOning: A grade of C or better is required. CS 113; Math 101A, 101B, 101C, 103, 104, 156, 159, 163, 166, 167, 181, 188 area C artS anD hUManitieS (3 courses) Complete three courses, one course from C1 (arts); one course from C2 (humanities); and a third course from C1 (arts) or C2 (humanities). Completion of ENGL-101B is highly recommended if a student does not plan on completing ENGL-101C to fulfill Area A3. Students should contact a counselor for more information. C1 artS: art 100, 101, 103A, 103B, 103C, 131, 161A; ga 161A; hiSt 107, 141, 142, 143; iS 100, 142, 143; MUS 100, 101, 102, 104, 106, 110A, 122, 123, 125; SpCh 132; tD 100, 102, 107, 109, 110, 114, 115A, 120A3, 126, 132, 150, 152, 154, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164 C2 hUManitieS: arbC 101A, 101B; aSl 101A, 101A4, 101B, 102A, 102A4, 102B, 103A, 103A4, 103B, 104A, 104B, 142, 181A, 181B; Chin 101B, 102A, 102B; ChS 102A, 102B, 106A; COMM 130; DeaF 311; engl 101B, 101C, 104, 106, 107, 109, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120A, 120B, 121, 122, 125A, 125B, 130; Fren 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; hiSt 102A, 102B, 104A, 104B, 106A, 106B, 114A, 114B, 115, 117A, 119A, 119B; JOUr 106; JpnS 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; MM 100; phil 100, 101, 102, 106, 109A, 109B, 110, 112, 114, 118; Span 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; tD 130; WS 115 area D SOCial SCienCeS (3 courses) Complete three courses from at least two different disciplines. aJ 101, 102, 106, 108, 117; anth 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108; ba 102A, 102B, 142; brDC 155; ChS 101, 102A, 102B, 112; Cnet 101; COMM 100, 115, 118, 122; CS 101; eCS 301, 303; enVS 103, 105, 107, 109, 110; geOg 102, 104, 105, 106; hiSt 102A, 102B, 105, 106A, 106B, 114A, 114B, 115, 117A, 117B, 118, 119A, 119B; hlth 160; 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, 108; WS 101, 108, 120, 132 area e liFelOng UnDerStanDing anD SelF-DeVelOpMent (1 course) Complete one course from the following: anth 102; ba 139; biOl 109; CFS 109; eCS 305; enVS 109; hlth 101, 140, 141, 150; iS 120; Kin 240, 251; pD 103, 105; pSy 139; SOC 101, 105; WS 120, 150 U.S. hiStOry, COnStitUtiOn, anD aMeriCan iDealS reQUireMent (2 courses) Courses satisfying the CSU U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals graduation requirement may also count toward area C2 (humanities) and/or area D. Students should consult a Counselor for efficiency of course selection(s). Complete Option 1 or Option 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 102A, ChS 102B, hiSt 102A, hiSt 102B, hiSt 114A, hiSt 114B, hiSt 115, hiSt 117A, hiSt 117B, hiSt 119A, hiSt 119B additional information:

Completion of CSU GE Breadth Requirements (Plan B) is optional for transfer and may not be recommended for all colleges and majors (please see a counselor). AP (Advanced Placement) exams may be used to satisfy CSU GE Breadth Requirements (see an Ohlone counselor).

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igetC (intersegmental general education transfer Curriculum): plan C Please note:

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, ADT).

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igetC is not recommended for certain colleges and majors. please see a counselor for more details. 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: COMM 111 (only required for CSU IGETC)

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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, 103C, 131; hiSt 141, 142, 143; iS 100, 142, 143; MUS 100, 101, 102, 104, 106, 110A, 122, 123, 125; tD 100, 102, 109 3b hUManitieS: aSl 103A, 104A; Chin 102A, 102B; ChS 102A, 102B, 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 102A, 102B, 104A, 104B, 105, 106A, 106B, 107, 114A, 114B, 115, 117A, 117B, 118, 119A, 119B; JOUr 106; JpnS 102A, 102B; MM 100; 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. aJ 108; anth 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 107, 108; ba 102A, 102B, 142; brDC 155; ChS 101, 102A, 102B; COMM 100, 115, 118, 122; eCS 301; enVS 103, 105, 107, 109; geOg 102, 104, 105, 106; hiSt 102A, 102B, 106A, 106B, 114A, 114B, 115, 117A, 117B, 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; 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 laboratory courses are underlined. 5a phySiCal SCienCe (1 course) Lab: aStr 101A & 102, 101B & 102; CheM 101A, 101B, 102, 109, 112A, 112B; geOg 101; geOl 101, 102 & 102L, 103 & 103L; 104 & 104L; phyS 120, 121, 140, 141, 142 Non-Lab: aStr 101A, 101B; CheM 108; enVS 110; geOl 102, 103, 104; phyS 108 5b biOlOgiCal SCienCe (1 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, 101B; 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) Courses satisfying the CSU U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals graduation requirement may also count toward Area 3b (humanities) and/or area 4. Students should consult a Counselor for efficiency of course selection(s). 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 102A, ChS 102B, hiSt 102A, hiSt 102B, hiSt 114A, hiSt 114B, hiSt 115, hiSt 117A, hiSt 117B, hiSt 119A, hiSt 119B 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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hiSt-102b Chicana/o history ii Cross-referenced Course: ChS-102b Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Covers the history of the Mexican-American experience from 1850 to the present day.

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hiSt-104b Western Civilization with a World perspective From 1600

2:00pm-3:35pm

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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. C-ID HIST 180

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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) 069195 McCarty H TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:00am-12:35pm 3201 (03) 069197 McCarty H 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

hiSt-106b World history Since 1500 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Survey the development of world civilizations since 1500. C-ID HIST 160

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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.

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.

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.

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-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). C-ID HIST 130

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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. C-ID HIST 140

069214 Purdie R S 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:15am-12:50pm FP-4 069215 Bardell D MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:00am-12:35pm 3201 069216 Eden J TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 12:00pm-1:35pm NP-12 069217 Eden J T 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm NC2106 069218 Bardell D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (06) 070220 Helton J 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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hiSt-119b bad girls: Women in america From 1890 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A History of women in the United States after 1890.

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hiSt-141 history of rock and roll: Music and Culture of the 1950’s

9:15am-10:50am

FP-14

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) 069994 McCarty H 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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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interdisciplinary Studies

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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.

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iS-110 introduction to ethnic Studies Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Introduction to the historical experiences of selected minority communities in relation to the larger United States society.

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iS-142 history of rock and roll:

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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.

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iD-150b interior Design Cross-referenced Course: art-150b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ID-150A or ART-150A Continuation of ID-150A. Studio course emphasizing public spaces.

iD-151 Visualization and presentation Cross-referenced Course: art-151 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Methods and materials used to develop and communicate design ideas; portfolio preparation.

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iD-155C intermediate CaD for interior Design Cross-referenced Course: art-155C Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: ID-155B or ART-155B A continuing course in computer-aided drafting for interior design or architecture.

interpreter training

int-145 practicum: Deaf Mentorship Unit(s): 4.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-115 Fieldwork designed to pair students with Deaf adults in various settings to examine the world from a Deaf lens.

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10:45am-12:20pm +11.40 hrs/week

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for people Who are Deaf/blind

Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Students should be current Interpreter Preparation Program students or working interpreters Course focus is on preparing students to work as interpreters and/or Support Service Providers for individuals who are deaf-blind.

(01) 069239 TBA

interior Design

(01) 069233 Ogden D (02) 069805 Hornbeck J

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iD-155b CaD for interior Design Cross-referenced Course: art-155b Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: ID-155A or ART-155A An introductory course in computer-aided drafting for interior design or architecture.

(01) 069995 McCarty H 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

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4:30pm-7:45pm 10:30am-4:00pm 4:30pm-7:45pm 10:30am-3:00pm 4:30pm-7:45pm 10:30am-3:00pm 10:30am-4:00pm 4:30pm-7:45pm

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Are you artistic and analytical, creative, well-organized, and a problem solver? Are you looking for a career that utilizes your art skills?

Explore the World of Interior Design! Spring classes include: ID-150A-01 (069233) ID-150A-02 (069805) ID-150B-01 (069970) ID-155B-01 (069972) ID-155C-01 (069973)

Interior Design Concepts Interior Design Concepts Interior Design CAD for Interior Design Intermediate CAD for Interior Design

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int-153 interpreting: aSl to english Unit(s): 6.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-115 ASL to English Interpreting, consecutive and simultaneous.

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int-199a introduction to Multicultural issues in interpreting

8:30am-10:35am 1:15pm-4:25pm

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Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Corequisite: INT-145, INT-147, INT-153, INT-199B This is a required course for IPP students but open to working and Deaf interpreters with instructor approval.

(01) 069242 Folse D

M 1/23/17-3/13/17 5:15pm-7:20pm 6315 W 2/22/17-2/22/17 5:15pm-7:20pm 6315 Working interpreters: please e-mail Roberto Santiago at rsantiago@ohlone.edu for permission to register.

int-199e introduction to post-Secondary interpreting Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Corequisite: IPP students must be in their second year; also open to working and Deaf interpreters with instructor approval Introduction to interpreting in the post-secondary education setting.

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1/18/17-1/18/17 1/19/17-1/19/17

1:00pm-4:00pm 9:00am-4:00pm

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int-199h introduction to Mental health interpreting Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-245, INT-253, INT-227 and various INT-199 courses | Corequisite: IPP students must be enrolled in other third and/or fourth semester courses. Working interpreters and Deaf interpreters must get approval of instructor or program director. An introduction to medical interpreting including lecture, discussion, analysis, and practice.

(01) 069243 Barber M

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int-199i introduction to Deaf/hearing team interpreting Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-253 | Corequisite: INT-263, INT-295, INT-299, and other INT-199 courses. Deaf and working interpreters must have approval of instructor or program director. An introduction to team interpreting with Deaf and hearing interpreters.

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int-263 interpreting across the language Continuum Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-253 Interpreting across the language continuum in a variety of situations and settings.

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int-295 interpreting internship Unit(s): 4.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-253 Direct experience interpreting in community and educational settings.

(01) 069246 Santiago R 2/27/17-4/27/17 +30.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

int-299 Capstone Course Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: INT-227, INT-245, INT-253, and INT-199 series courses | Corequisite: INT-263, INT-295, and various INT-199 courses Student will interpret, analyze, and present a text as well as create an exit portfolio.

(01) 069247 Lessard P

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9:00am-4:30pm 9:00am-4:30pm

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JpnS-101b elementary Japanese Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: JPNS-101A or two years of high school Japanese | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and writing of Japanese in cultural context.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 8:35am-11:20am FP-23 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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

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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.

Did you know???

Of all courses offered at California’s community colleges, 12.3 percent are offered through distance education, and it is estimated that nearly half of all courses have some online component. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

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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.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:00pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:35pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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

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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 write, edit, and produce the college newspaper, the Monitor, and its website. Students contribute two stories per issue.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

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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 write, edit, and produce the college newspaper, the Monitor, and its website. C-ID JOUR 130

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:00pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:35pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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 per week.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Journalism major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Journalism for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate Degrees for Transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information. 72

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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) 069256 TBA

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1/23/17-5/19/17 10:30am-11:30am 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:30am-12:05pm 5310 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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-201 Special projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: KIN-381, KIN-382 Research or special study determined in consultation with instructor. Contact instructor for space availability.

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(01) 069259 Jeffers-Pogue M

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Kin-202 Special projects Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: KIN-381, KIN-382 Research or special study determined in consultation with instructor. Contact instructor for space availability. 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) 069260 Curran M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:45am-10:20am 9103 (02) 069261 Curran M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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 Introduction to assessment, design, and implementation of a personal fitness and wellness program for healthy living.

(01) 069262 Kendall E TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:30am-12:05pm 9103 (02) 069263 Kurotori R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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-258 exercise prescription Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Desirable for students interested in careers in the fitness industry and/or allied health care professions.

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1/23/17-5/19/17

10:00am-11:45am

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Kin-381 Clinical experiences in athletic training i Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: KIN-257 This course provides observational and practical experience in the athletic training room.

(01) 069265 Jeffers-Pogue M

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9101

Kin-382 Clinical experiences in athletic training ii Unit(s): 2.00 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: KIN-381 This course provides experience working with athletes in the athletic training room.

(01) 069266 Jeffers-Pogue M

1/23/17-5/19/17

learning Skills

+6.80 hrs/week

9101

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) 069269 Burdett A TTh 2/21/17-3/9/17 9:00am-11:50am NC1204 Students must be enrolled in WorkAbility III and be a client of the Department of Rehabilitation. (02) 069270 Burdett A TTh 3/28/17-4/13/17 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) 069267 Schmidt J 1/23/17-3/3/17 +3.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069268 Smith L 3/27/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 070258 Schmidt J 1/3/17-1/22/17 +6.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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

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Garcia E O’Connell J Atique N Honma C Wardak N Heath C

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MW

1/23/17-5/19/17 3/27/17-5/18/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

7:45am-9:00am 9:00am-11:45am 10:45am-12:00pm 11:45am-1:00pm 3:15pm-6:00pm 6:30pm-9:15pm

FP-17 FP-15 FP-7 FP-1 FP-7 FP-15

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Pham T Nguyen A Wise A Gambhir J Zoubeidi M

MTWTh MTWThF MTWTh MW TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

7:45am-9:00am 9:15am-10:15am 1:30pm-2:45pm 3:15pm-6:00pm 6:30pm-9:15pm

FP-1 FP-1 FP-15 FP-4 FP-15

MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17

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

FP-7 FP-15 FP-7

(01) 069284 Garcia E TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This class requires access to MyMathLab. (02) 069285 Zoubeidi M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:15am-10:50am

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(01) 069286 O’Connell J (02) 069287 Judge T

12:15pm-1:30pm 6:30pm-9:15pm

FP-7 FP-1

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. C-ID MATH 220

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) 069282 Honma C (02) 069283 Nhan A (03) 070030 Bitzer S

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

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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 MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 MW 1/23/17-5/19/17

Did you know???

Ohlone has the highest rate of success among its 25 statewide peers of community colleges for students who started a basic skills math course and then were successful in transfer level math. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard

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Math-111 introduction to Matlab for engineers Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MATH-101A | Advisory: ENGL-101A An introduction to the software package Matlab.

(01) 069288 Judge T

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(01) 069289 Mukherjee S (02) 070255 Bloom A

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Math-151 algebra i Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Prerequisite: MATH-191 or MATH-192 Algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, graphs, systems of equations, exponents, polynomials, and factoring.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:45am-8:45am FP-15 2/24/17-2/24/17 8:00am-10:00am HH-218 4/7/17-4/7/17 8:00am-10:00am HH-218 5/12/17-5/12/17 8:00am-10:00am HH-218 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 069290 Babu P MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:15am-10:30am NP-1 069291 Bitzer S MWF 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-10:45am HH-210 069292 Hoffman J MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 12:15pm-1:30pm NP-1 069293 Akkus-Ispir O MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:45pm-3:00pm NC2100 069294 Moreno M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:15pm FP-1 069295 Wong W MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-12:30pm 6106B This class is taught in American Sign Language only.

Math-151a algebra i (part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) | Prerequisite: MATH-191 or MATH-192 Signed numbers, equations, graphs, systems of equations, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 069296 Grewal M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (02) 069297 Pelimiano M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

(03) 069300 Katz I MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 (04) 069299 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

(05) 069298 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

8:45am-10:20am

HH-218

9:45am-11:20am

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1:25pm-3:00pm 2:30pm-4:05pm

NC2122 NC2120

6:30pm-8:05pm

HH-218

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) 069301 Grewal M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

8:45am-10:20am

HH-218

(02) 069305 Katz I TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (03) 069302 Pelimiano M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

10:15am-11:50am NC2122 10:55am-12:30pm NC2120 3:40pm-5:15pm

NC2120

(05) 069303 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

6:30pm-8:05pm

HH-218

(04) 069304 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

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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.

069306 Pages E MTWThF 1/23/17-5/19/17 069307 Nguyen A MTWThF 1/23/17-5/19/17 069308 Nguyen A MTWThF 1/23/17-5/19/17 069309 Rico J MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069310 Hirsch G MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069311 Hirsch G MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069313 Dinh H MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069312 Cheng M MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069314 Wise A TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 Homework must be completed on a computer. (10) 069315 Lau D TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (13) 069316 Wong W MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This class is taught in American Sign Language only.

7:45am-8:45am NC2122 8:00am-9:00am FP-8 10:30am-11:30am FP-1 10:45am-12:00pm FP-17 12:00pm-1:15pm NC2122 1:45pm-3:00pm NP-1 2:00pm-4:45pm FP-17 2:30pm-3:45pm FP-8 4:00pm-6:45pm FP-8

(01) 069317 Grewal M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

9:55am-11:30am

HH-218

(02) 069318 Pelimiano M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

9:45am-11:20am

NC2120

2:30pm-4:05pm

NC2120

(04) 069319 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

7:40pm-9:15pm

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

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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.

(03) 069320 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

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) 069321 Grewal M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

9:55am-11:30am

HH-218

(02) 069322 Pelimiano M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

10:55am-12:30pm NC2120 3:40pm-5:15pm

NC2120

(04) 069323 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

7:40pm-9:15pm

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(03) 069324 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Math major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Mathematics 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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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.

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069329 Sundaresan R TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069330 Nhan A MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069331 Chan K MWF 1/23/17-5/19/17 069326 Pelimiano M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

(05) 069325 Grewal M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

(06) 069332 Cho E TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (07) 069328 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

(08) 069333 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 (09) 069334 Paula H TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (10) 069327 Singh V MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

7:30am-9:05am 8:00am-9:35am 8:45am-9:45am 9:45am-11:20am

HH-218 NP-6 FP-10 NC2120

9:55am-11:30am

HH-218

11:00am-12:35pm FP-8 2:30pm-4:05pm NC2120 3:30pm-5:05pm 6:45pm-8:20pm 7:40pm-9:15pm

FP-10 NC2122 HH-218

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) 069335 Guerra E (02) 069336 Katz I

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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. C-ID MATH 110

(01) 069337 Bitzer S MWF This is a computer based class. (02) 069338 Bloom A TTh (03) 069339 Yayli G MW (04) 069350 Nguyen N TTh (05) 069340 Nguyen H TTh (06) 069341 Chan K MWF This is a computer based class. (07) 069342 Akkus-Ispir O MTWTh (08) 069343 Rico J MW (09) 069344 Garcia E TTh (10) 069345 Nguyen H MW (11) 069346 Crisostomo N TTh (12) 069347 Gambhir J MW (13) 069348 Medeiros N MW (14) 069349 Bender W TTh

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7:45am-10:30am 9:45am-12:30pm 9:45am-12:30pm 10:45am-1:30pm 11:30am-1:15pm

12:15pm-1:30pm 1:30pm-4:15pm 2:00pm-4:45pm 3:15pm-6:00pm 3:15pm-6:00pm 6:30pm-9:15pm 6:30pm-9:15pm 6:45pm-9:30pm

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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. C-ID MATH 140

(01) 069351 Atique N MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (02) 069352 Smedfjeld R MTWTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 (03) 069353 Crisostomo N TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17

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

FP-7 FP-8 NC2120

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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11:00am-12:35pm FP-8 12:00pm-1:25pm HH-218 12:45pm-2:20pm NP-6 12:45pm-2:20pm NC2120 2:30pm-4:05pm NC2120 2:45pm-4:20pm FP-1 3:15pm-4:50pm NP-1 7:00pm-8:35pm NP-1

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) 069361 Babu P (02) 069366 O’Connell J

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069367 Sundaresan R TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069369 Rico S MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069370 Maguire T TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069368 Vu T TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069371 Erickson S MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069372 Wong W TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This class is taught in American Sign Language only.

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Math-190 basic Mathematics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Fractions, decimals, percents, word problems, and measurement. Not applicable to associate degree. 9:15am-10:50am 4:30pm-6:05pm 5:00pm-6:35pm 5:00pm-6:35pm 6:30pm-8:05pm 8:00am-9:35am

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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) 069373 Katz I MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

3:15pm-4:15pm

NC2122

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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) 069374 Katz I MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section.

3:50pm-4:50pm

NC2122

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.

(01) 069375 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 This is a computer-based, self-paced section. (02) (03) (04) (08)

069376 Pelimiano M MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069377 Zhang H MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 069378 Zhang H TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 069379 Wong W TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 This class is taught in American Sign Language only.

9:15am-10:50am

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Math-192 basic Mathematics and pre-algebra Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Prerequisite: MATH-190 or placement evaluation Fractions, decimals, percents, measurement, integers, problem solving, and solving linear equations. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 069380 Rico J (02) 069381 Erickson S

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

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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. 2/6/17-4/5/17 2/6/17-4/5/17

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) 069384 Bradshaw R

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MM-102a introduction to Multimedia Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Explore artistic and creative ways to produce images, animations, and interactivity using Flash, Photoshop, and augmented reality applications. C-ID ARTS 250

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1/23/17-5/19/17 5:40pm-8:50pm HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-105 Web Site Design Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CS-101 Students will learn how to code and design web sites of their choice and how to use the latest software applications.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 8:45am-11:25am HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-107 Wordpress Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Students will gain hands-on experience using WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS).

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MM-109 2D animation Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CS-101 Learn tools in Flash to create animations, games, and interactive content for the Web.

1/23/17-5/19/17 5:45pm-8:55pm HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-112 Motion graphics Cross-referenced Course: ga-112 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to motion graphic design and visual effects software. MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

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HH-116

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MM-102A-01 (069385) Introduction to Multimedia: Explore creative ways to incorporate animation, graphics, sound, and basic interactivity into multimedia projects. Web Site Design MM-105-01 (069386): Explore creative ways to utilize design principles to create web sites, using the latest software applications. 2D Animation MM-109-01 (069388): Learn the essential tools to create animations, interactive interfaces, games, and interactive content for the Web. 76

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Textures for 3D MM-114-01 (069390) Video Game Development MM-119-01 (070107) 3D Animation MM-121B-01 (069392) For more information visit the Multimedia web page at www.ohlone.edu/instr/multimedia

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MM-113 Mobile application Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn how to create native and Web applications for mobile platforms such as tablets and smart phones.

(01) 069389 Reichert I 3/13/17-5/19/17 +10.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-114 textures for 3D Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Advisory: MM-102A and MM-121A Learn tools and techniques to texture objects and environments using 3D modeling and 2D paint software.

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MM-119 Video game Development Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: MM-118 | Advisory: MM-114 and MM-121A Develop video games using 3D software and game engines.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-8:45pm HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.80 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-121a 3D Modeling Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: CS-101 Learn different tools and techniques to create virtual objects and environments using 3D modeling software.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:30am-1:00pm HH-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-121b 3D animation Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: MM-121A | Advisory: MM-102A Learn the principles of animation and create 3D animations using industrystandard software.

(01) 069392 Folker D

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HH-116

MM-160 Multimedia portfolio Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: MM-102A Focus on development of student portfolios and exploration of various facets of the multimedia industry.

(01) 069393 Reichert I 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MM-161 business basics for Multimedia Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU This course is designed for students wishing to start successful self-employed careers.

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MM-203 Special projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor.

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MUS-100 Survey of the arts Cross-referenced Course: art-100, iS-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.

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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

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(01) 069397 McManus J 1/23/17-3/18/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069807 Bang B 1/23/17-3/18/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 069398 McManus J 2/6/17-3/18/17 +9.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 069399 Bang B 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 069400 Chen S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (06) 070223 McManus J 1/3/17-1/22/17 +18.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-102 Music appreciation Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A An introductory course in music for students without previous formal training in music, listening, or performance.

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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) 069403 Roberts T 1/23/17-3/18/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Music major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Music 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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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) 069404 Roberts T

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1/23/17-5/19/17 3:10pm-4:10pm 3101 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 069405 Krishnamurthy R 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 069406 Krishnamurthy R 1/23/17-3/5/17 +9.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 069407 Keller D 1/30/17-3/12/17 +9.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 069408 Keller D 2/6/17-3/19/17 +9.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. 070224 Keller D 1/3/17-1/22/17 +18.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-108 Songwriting Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn to balance the interplay of harmony, melody, and lyrics in commercial song composition.

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MUS-110b harmony Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-110A | Corequisite: MUS-111B Diatonic harmony, major/minor triads and inversions, modulation, nonharmonic tones, and secondary dominants. C-ID MUS 130

(01) 069410 McManus J MWF 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:55am-10:55am 4202 (02) 069808 McManus J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Do you dream of being a Grammy-winning artist, record producer, or engineer?

Check out these Commercial courses at Ohlone!

Music

Pro Tools 101 MUS-112A-01 (069414) Official Avid curriculum Monday/Wednesday 11:10am-12:10pm Pro Tools 110 MUS-112B-01 (069809) Thursday 6:00pm-9:10pm History of Rock and Roll: 1970’s MUS-125-01 (069417) The evolution of contemporary rock Monday/Wednesday 11:30am-1:05pm Jazz/Rock Ensemble MUS-352-01 (069464) Friday 1:15pm-3:20pm Advanced Jazz/Rock Combos MUS-352B-01 (069465) Friday 1:15pm-3:20pm 78

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MUS-110D advanced harmony Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-110C | Corequisite: MUS-111D Study of compositional materials and techniques from the 19th century to the present. C-ID MUS 150

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MUS-111b Musicianship ii Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-111A Develop facility in sight singing, ear training, and ability to take musical dictation. C-ID MUS 135

1/23/17-5/19/17 8:40am-9:40am 4110 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-111D Musicianship iV Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-111C | Corequisite: MUS-110D Develop facility in sight singing, ear training, and the ability to take musical dictation. C-ID MUS 155

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1/23/17-5/19/17 8:40am-9:40am 4110 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-112a pro tools 101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU First course in official Digidesign Pro Tools curriculum. Topics include recording, editing, and mixing.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 11:10am-12:10pm 4202 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Ohlone Performance Ensembles Enjoy performing music!

Jazz/Rock Ensemble MUS-352-01 (069464) Advanced Jazz/Rock Combos MUS-352B-01 (069465) Friday 1:15pm-3:20pm

Discover the percussion of India! Performance Ensembles MUS-351-02 (070157) Thursday 6:00pm-9:10pm

Performance opportunity for small ensembles! Performance Ensembles MUS-351-01 (069463) Friday 11:05am-1:05pm College Chorus – Music from 1960’s to Present! MUS-355-01 (069466) Tuesday/Thursday 11:00am-12:35pm

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MUS-112b pro tools 110 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: MUS-112A Second course in official Digidesign ProTools curriculum. Topics include recording, editing, and mixing.

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MUS-113 Studio recording Cross-referenced Course: brDC-132 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU A non-technical introduction to the audio field with emphasis on commercial music studio recording.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm 4202 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-122 history of rock and roll: Music and Culture of the 1950’s

Cross-referenced Course: hiSt-141, iS-142 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) 069996 McCarty H 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-125 history of rock and roll: Music and Culture Since 1970

Cross-referenced Course: hiSt-143 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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MUS-160a beginning Class piano Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Class piano lessons for beginners. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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MUS-160b Class piano Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MUS-160A Class piano lessons for beginners. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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MUS-160C Class piano Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MUS-160B Intermediate level class piano lessons. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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(01) 069437 Kendrick R (02) 069438 Torres D

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MUS-160D Class piano Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MUS-160C Intermediate level class piano lessons. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. MUS-160e piano repertoire Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MUS-160D Intermediate to advanced level class piano lessons. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. MUS-160F piano repertoire Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: MUS-160E Intermediate to advanced level class piano lessons. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. MUS-161a Class guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Group instruction on guitar emphasizing song accompaniment and solo playing. Must provide own guitar.

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Music of World Cultures MUS-104-01 (069404) Tuesday/Thursday 3:10pm-4:10pm – OR –

Online classes: Music of World Cultures MUS-104-02 (069405) Music of World Cultures MUS-104-03 (069406) Music of World Cultures MUS-104-04 (069407) Music of World Cultures MUS-104-05 (069408)

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(01) 069439 Kendrick R (02) 069440 Torres D

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MUS-161C Class guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Demonstrate ability to read music for MUS-161C Group instruction on guitar emphasizing song accompaniment and solo playing. Must provide own guitar.

(01) 069441 Kendrick R (02) 069442 Torres D

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MUS-161D Class guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Demonstrate ability to read music for MUS-161D Group instruction on guitar emphasizing song accompaniment and solo playing. Must provide own guitar.

(01) 069443 Kendrick R (02) 069444 Torres D

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(01) 069445 Kendrick R (02) 069446 Torres D

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(01) 069447 Kendrick R (02) 069448 Torres D

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MUS-161e Class guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Demonstrate ability to read music for MUS-161E Group instruction on guitar emphasizing song accompaniment and solo playing. Must provide own guitar. MUS-161F Class guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Demonstrate ability to read music for MUS-161F Group instruction on guitar emphasizing song accompaniment and solo playing. Must provide own guitar.

MUS-162a Class Voice — beginning Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Group instruction for the beginning singer in vocal production. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 069449 Holmes J

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:30am-10:30am 3101 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069450 Mote-Yaffe S M 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm 3101

MUS-162b Class Voice — beginning Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-162A Group discussion for the beginning singer in vocal production. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

(01) 069451 Holmes J

1/23/17-5/19/17 9:30am-10:30am 3101 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069452 Mote-Yaffe S M 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm 3101

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MUS-162C Class Voice — intermediate Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-162B Group instruction in vocal production.

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MUS-162D Class Voice — intermediate Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-162C Class and/or individual instruction in vocal production.

MUS-162e Vocal repertoire Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-162D Advanced vocal production class. Emphasis on solo and ensemble literature. MUS-162F Vocal repertoire Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MUS-162E Advanced vocal production class. Emphasis on solo and ensemble literature.

MUS-166a applied Music Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Audition | Corequisite: Participation in an appropriate performance ensemble and music major preparation course (such as MUS-103, Fundamentals of Music) Performance forum for students who are currently taking individual instruction. Repeatable = 3 times C-ID MUS 160

1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-3:00pm SC-144 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. Students need to contact the instructor Tim Roberts at troberts@ohlone.edu before registering for this class. (02) 069458 Holmes J T 1/23/17-5/19/17 4:35pm-5:35pm 3101 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. Students need to contact the instructor Janet Holmes at jholmes@ohlone.edu before registering for this class.

MUS-169b blues/rock guitar Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Previous playing experience Group instruction in blues/rock improvisation and accompaniment.

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MUS-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 Special project involving research/special study in a specific area of interest. Nature of project is to be determined in consultation with the instructor. Time is by arrangement.

(01) 069460 Holmes J (02) 069461 Roberts T (03) 069462 McManus J

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MUS-351 performance ensembles Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Study and performance of vocal and/or instrumental ensemble literature, both jazz and classical. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 069463 Roberts T

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1/23/17-5/19/17 11:05am-1:05pm 4110 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. This class is a performance opportunity for both large and small ensembles featuring world music, traditional American music, jazz improvisation, guitar ensembles, classical quartets, a cappella singing, etc. (02) 070157 Krishnamurthy R Th 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm SC-144 Discover the ancient and complex percussion of India! Learn traditional approaches to and improvisation,6 and how to apply them to other rhythm and melody instruments and styles of music. Along with hand drumming, students will learn an exciting form of vocal percussion (Indian “beatboxing”). Drums provided or bring one of your choice, or just use your own voice! Ensemble open to students of all skill levels. For more information visit http://www.ohlone.edu/instr/music/mus351 percussionofindia.html or contact the instructor at rkrishnamurthy@ohlone.edu.

MUS-352 Jazz/rock ensemble Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Audition | Advisory: Ability to read music Live-performance workshop including sight-reading, rehearsal, performance, and recording of various styles of popular music. Repeatable = 3 times C-ID MUS 180

(01) 069464 Roberts T

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-3:20pm SC-144 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-352b advanced Jazz/rock Combos Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: MUS-352 Advanced live-performance workshop for all instrumentalists and singers. This course is a continuation of MUS-352. Repeatable = 3 times

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:15pm-3:20pm SC-144 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

MUS-355 College Chorus Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Audition This course is for the study, rehearsal, and public performance of vocal literature, with an emphasis on developmental skills. Different literature will be studied each semester. Repeatable = 3 times C-ID MUS 180

(01) 069466 Peter S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 11:00am-12:35pm This class will perform music from the 1960’s to the present.

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MUS-369 Jazz, rock, pop, blues piano Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Study of piano techniques of Jazz, Rock, Pop, Fusion, and Blues. Repeatable = 3 times M

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nUr-301 Foundations of nursing Unit(s): 5.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Nursing program Introduction to patient assessment, holistic communication, and nurse caring theory/practice.

(01) 069468 Stiles K

M 1/23/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2214 T 1/23/17-3/17/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2201 W 1/23/17-3/17/17 8:00am-11:00am NC2201 W 1/23/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-3:00pm HOSP ThF 1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00am-1:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday or Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Students should see the instructor for specific dates and times. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student needs. (02) 069469 Alvernaz L T 1/24/17-3/17/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2201 T 1/24/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2214 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 8:00am-11:00am NC2201 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-3:00pm HOSP ThF 1/24/17-3/17/17 7:00am-1:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday or Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Students should see the instructor for specific dates and times. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student needs.

nUr-302 nursing Care of the Medical-Surgical patient i Unit(s): 5.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Nursing program Nursing care of the medical-surgical patient experiencing physical and psychological changes related to chronic illness.

(01) 069470 Dameron C

T 3/28/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2214 T 3/28/17-5/19/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2201 W 3/28/17-5/19/17 8:00am-11:00am NC2201 W 3/28/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-3:00pm HOSP ThF 3/28/17-5/19/17 7:00am-1:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday or Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Students should see the instructor for specific dates and times. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student needs. (02) 069471 Dinsmore N T 3/28/17-5/19/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2201 W 3/28/17-5/19/17 8:00am-11:00am NC2201 T 3/28/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2214 W 3/28/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-3:00pm HOSP ThF 3/28/17-5/19/17 7:00am-1:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday or Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Students should see the instructor for specific dates and times. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student needs.

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70% of the nurses in California received their education from community colleges. Source: Community College League of California

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nUr-303 nursing Care of Women and Children Unit(s): 8.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: NUR-301 Nursing process and the childbearing and child rearing family.

(01) 069472 Halloran D

TW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:30am NC2200 W 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-3:00pm HOSP ThF 1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00am-2:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs. Wednesday skills lab will require all students to rotate between Pedi and OB labs. (02) 069473 Franklin D TW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:30am NC2200 W 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-3:00pm NC2214 ThF 1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00am-2:30pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs. Wednesday skills lab will require all students to rotate between Pedi and OB labs.

nUr-304 nursing Care of the Medical-Surgical patient ii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: NUR-303 Care of the patient experiencing cancer and other medical surgical conditions requiring intermediate nursing care.

(01) 069474 VanDeusen B

MT 1/23/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2200 T 1/23/17-3/17/17 9:00am-11:00am NC2214 W 1/23/17-3/17/17 12:00pm-2:00pm HOSP Th 1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00am-3:00pm HOSP F 1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs. (02) 069475 Fowlks C MT 1/23/17-3/17/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2200 T 1/23/17-3/17/17 9:00am-11:00am NC2214 W 1/23/17-3/17/17 12:00pm-2:00pm HOSP Th 1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00am-3:00pm HOSP F 1/23/17-3/17/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs.

nUr-305 nursing Care of the Medical-Surgical patient iii Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: NUR-303 Advanced acute care of patients with complex life-threatening conditions that require urgent or intensive nursing care.

(01) 069476 VanDeusen B

MT 3/27/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2200 T 3/27/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:00am NC2214 W 3/27/17-5/19/17 12:00pm-2:00pm HOSP Th 3/27/17-5/19/17 7:00am-3:00pm HOSP F 3/27/17-5/19/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs. (02) 069477 Stenrose M MT 3/27/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2200 T 3/27/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:00am NC2214 W 3/27/17-5/19/17 12:00pm-2:00pm HOSP Th 3/27/17-5/19/17 7:00am-3:00pm HOSP F 3/27/17-5/19/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP Clinical assignments are usually on Thursday and Friday during the day or Wednesday and Thursday during the evening. Students should see the instructor for specific days. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs.

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Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: NUR-305 Comprehensive nursing care to promote healing responses in complex health challenges of the mental health and geriatric patient.

(01) 069478 Dinsmore N

T 1/24/17-3/17/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2211 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 11:30am-1:15pm NC2201 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 1:30pm-5:30pm NC2201 ThF 1/24/17-3/17/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP See instructor for rotation schedule. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs. (02) 069479 Dameron C T 1/24/17-3/17/17 8:00am-12:00pm NC2211 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 11:30am-1:15pm NC2201 W 1/24/17-3/17/17 1:30pm-5:30pm NC2201 ThF 1/24/17-3/17/17 7:00am-2:00pm HOSP See instructor for rotation schedule. Instructors reserve the right to assign students to accommodate hospital and skills lab space and schedules as well as student learning needs.

nUr-307 nursing leadership and preceptorship Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: NUR-305 Clinical preceptorship and management skills in caring for groups of patients.

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3/30/17-5/18/17 1:00pm-3:25pm NC2200 3/30/17-5/18/17 +27.00 hrs/week HOSP Students complete 216 clinical hours in local Bay Area hospitals, in addition to 18 hours of theory to be announced. Day, evening, and weekends (8 or 12 hour shifts) may be scheduled. (02) 069481 Fowlks C Th 3/30/17-5/18/17 1:00pm-3:25pm NC2200 3/30/17-5/18/17 +27.00 hrs/week HOSP Students complete 216 clinical hours in local Bay Area hospitals. Day, evening, nights, and weekends may be scheduled.

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pD-102 College Orientation for international Students Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU This course is designed for new international students as an orientation to Ohlone College.

(01) 069482 Kwok-Yip M 2/6/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. This class is part of the International Student Program. Registration is limited to international students. To register students must contact Mandy Kwok-Yip at myip@ohlone.edu. Online class. Students must have Internet access.

Are you finishing your associate degree or certificate this semester?

Then don’t forget to apply to graduate!

Friday, March 17 is the last day to apply for Spring 2017 graduation. The graduation application is available online at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/docs/ applicationfordegreecertificate.pdf

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pD-103 transfer Success in life transitions Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A A comprehensive student-centered course designed for learning life skills essential for ensuring successful transfer to a university.

(01) 069483 Berkland D

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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 course cannot be taken with PD-111 or PD-113.

1/23/17-5/19/17 1:10pm-2:45pm 5301 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.50 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069485 Dadgar N W 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:30pm-4:05pm 5301 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.50 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (03) 069486 Harper J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 069487 Harper J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

pD-111 Strategies for College Success Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A presentation of college life, learning strategies, critical thinking, and motivation. This course cannot be taken with PD-105 or PD-113.

(01) 069489 Ramos S T 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:30am-9:30am FP-13 This section is part of a University Express Learning Community. Students must also register for ENGL-151B-06 (069107) and ENGL-163-04 (069138). (02) 069490 TBA TTh 2/7/17-4/6/17 3:00pm-4:00pm 5301

pD-113 Strategies for Succeeding in College Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Training in learning strategies, life skills, critical thinking. This course cannot be taken with PD-105 or PD-111.

(01) 069491 Le T MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:30am-9:30am NC2306 (02) 069492 De Unamuno M TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-10:45am NC2121 This class 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 ENGL101A-10 (069027). (03) 069493 Dadgar N W 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:10pm 5301 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 069494 Harper J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Philosophy major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Philosophy 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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pD-150 Career and life planning Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Self-exploration (assessments): occupational and educational research, decision making, and job search techniques.

(01) 070094 Harris D T 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:00am-12:05pm 5301 This class is part of the Umoja Program. Registration is limited to students enrolled in or interested in the Umoja Program. More information about the Umoja Program is available at www.ohlone.edu/org/umoja/. To register students must contact Debbie Trigg at dtrigg@ohlone.edu. (02) 069495 Landavazo L TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:00pm 5301 (03) 069496 Harper J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (04) 070149 TBA TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:30pm-3:30pm 6104 This section is taught in American Sign Language only.

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phil-100 introduction to philosophy Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A A survey of philosophical ideas and important philosophers. C-ID PHIL 100

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phil-101 ancient philosophy Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Survey of ancient philosophy. Emphasis on Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. C-ID PHIL 130

phil-102 Modern philosophy Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Survey of modern philosophy. Emphasis on Descartes, Berkeley, Hume, and Kant. C-ID PHIL 140

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(01) 069533 Yuen W 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

phil-106 ethics Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A A critical analysis of modern ethical issues like abortion, euthanasia, and animal rights. C-ID PHIL 120

(01) 069534 Yuen W (02) 069535 Troxa S

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:45am-11:20am 6:00pm-9:10pm

FP-14 NP-7

Are you interested in studying African American history and literature? Interested in attending African American-themed cultural events?

Then you should join Umoja!

Umoja is dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American and other students. For details about how to join contact Debbie Trigg at dtrigg@ohlone.edu or (510) 659-7376.

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phil-107 practical reasoning Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Methods of informal logic applied to materials encountered in everyday life.

(01) 069536 Yuen W (02) 069537 Abesamis L

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FP-16

phil-109a Understanding the Old testament Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A A secular introduction to and critical examination of the Old Testament and Judeo-Christian tradition. phil-110 introduction to asian religions Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A A secular introduction to the religious traditions of Asia: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism.

(01) 069539 Abesamis L

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FP-3

phil-114 introduction to islam Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A non-secular introduction to Islam, its basic sources, history, and culture.

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. Kindergarten-12th grade students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL courses.

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pe-341a2 Strength training Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Develop a strength and fitness training program through sound weight training techniques.

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(01) 069502 TBA

MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

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MW

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11:05am-12:05pm NC1407

pe-341b2 intermediate Strength training Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Advanced strength development. Take your body to the next level.

pe-343a2 Strength and Cardio training Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Free weights, machine weights, and cardiovascular equipment used to improve fitness and health. pe-343a3 Strength and Cardio training Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Free weights, machine weights, and cardiovascular equipment used to improve fitness and health.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00am-11:05am FPPC 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.30 hrs/week WEB 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.00 hrs/week FPPC Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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.

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pe-323 golf One on One Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Prior golf experience recommended This course is used to improve the golf swing using the V1 PGA certified video technology.

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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.

pe-300a2 basketball Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Course for students wishing to improve basketball skills and strategies.

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pe-346a2 guts and butts Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Abdominal, gluteal, and thigh strengthening and toning.

Did you know?

With more than 2.1 million students on 113 campuses, the California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the United States. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

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pe-346a3 guts and butts Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Abdominal, gluteal, and thigh strengthening and toning.

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pe-360a3 badminton Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Badminton fundamentals, game strategy, and tournament play.

(01) 069509 Kendall E

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7:30am-8:55am

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(01) 069511 Curran M

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(01) 070239 Kendall E

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POOL

(01) 069512 Pratt N

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:00pm-8:20pm

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(01) 070238 Kendall E

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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(01) 069513 Curran M

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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pe-350a3 learning to Swim Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year A basic course designed to teach people how to swim and to eliminate fear of the water. pe-350D2 Competitive Swimming Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Ability to swim 1200 yards in under 20 minutes. Medical check within the last year A course designed for those who wish to train for competitive swimming. pe-350D3 Competitive Swimming Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Ability to swim 1200 yards in under 20 minutes. Medical check within the last year A course designed for those who wish to train for competitive swimming.

(01) 070242 Kendall E

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1/23/17-5/19/17

10:15am-11:15am

POOL

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.

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pe-351a3 aquatic Conditioning Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Progressive course in swimming and conditioning.

(01) 070240 Kendall E (02) 070246 Kendall E

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:00am-10:00am 11:30am-12:30pm

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pe-360a2 badminton Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Beginning badminton concepts and game strategy.

pe-360b2 intermediate badminton Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year; PE-360A2 or PE-360A3 This course is designed to further develop the techniques and skill level of the badminton player. pe-360b3 intermediate badminton Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course is designed to further develop the techniques and skill level of the badminton player.

pe-362a2 beginning tennis Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Beginning skill development in basic strokes of tennis; basic strategy in singles/doubles play.

(01) 069514 Pratt N F 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-8:40pm TC Students need to bring to class a tennis racquet and a new can of tennis balls.

pe-362b2 intermediate tennis Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year; PE-362A2 or PE-362A3 An activity course designed to teach the intermediate-level skills and strategies to the student. Singles and doubles play strategies will also be introduced.

(01) 069515 Pratt N F 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-8:40pm TC Students need to bring to class a tennis racquet and a new can of tennis balls.

pe-372b3 boot Camp Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course combines cardiorespiratory, strength, and flexibility training into a back-to-basics approach to fitness.

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pe-350a2 learning to Swim Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year A basic course designed to teach people how to swim and to eliminate fear of the water.

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5:00pm-6:25pm

(01) 069517 TBA (02) 070250 TBA (03) 069518 TBA

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NC1406

pe-374a3 Kickboxing Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Learning self defense techniques through a cardio exercise program.

Did you know???

A new Veterans Resource Center opened in spring 2016 on the Fremont campus! The Veterans Resource Center is located in Building 5, first floor, and allows veterans to meet with other veterans at Ohlone, learn about various resources, and get help with classes and course work.

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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.

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pe-394a2 adaptive physical education — aquatics Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Statement from student’s physician stating medical limitations This class is designed to meet the needs of water safety for the physically limited student. Recommended for DSPS students.

(01) 069519 Chen M

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7:30am-8:55am

NC1407

(01) 070253 TBA

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

10:30am-11:30am

POOL

(01) 069520 Chen M

TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

7:30am-8:55am

NC1407

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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(01) 069521 Rush I MW (02) 069522 Kane-Nolan D TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

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9104A NC1407

pta-101 introduction to physical therapy Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: BIOL-103A and BIOL-103B Overview course designed to give pre-PTA students an understanding of the physical therapy profession.

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. pe-376a3 yoga Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course will explore philosophies and positions related to Yoga fundamentals. pe-376b3 Fitness yoga Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year This class combines yoga and fitness principles in a unique blend that develops strength, flexibility, and endurance.

(01) 069523 Rush I MW (02) 069525 Kane-Nolan D MW

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

9:05am-10:30am 12:15pm-1:40pm

9104A NC1407

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TTh MW

1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

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1/23/17-5/19/17

1:15pm-2:40pm

NC1407

pe-378a3 indoor Cycling Unit(s): 1.00 (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.

pe-378C3 indoor Cycling: hills and Drills Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Indoor cycling with an emphasis on rhythmic drills involving variable speed and resistance simulating hills and sprints. pe-378D3 indoor Cycling: heart rate training Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Students will use heart rate monitors and training zones to personalize their indoor cycling workout.

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1/23/17-5/19/17

5:15pm-6:40pm

NC1407

pe-396a2 adaptive physical education — Striding Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Statement from student’s physician stating medical limitations Designed to meet physical needs of physically limited students through striding. Recommended for DSPS students.

physical therapist assistant

(01) 069582 Utchen K (02) 069583 Utchen K

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17 1/23/17-5/19/17

2:45pm-5:55pm 7:00pm-9:05pm 7:00pm-9:05pm 6:45pm-9:55pm

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pta-104 Kinesiology ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-103. All graded PTA courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. Kinesiology of the cervical and thoracic spines and upper extremities. Includes assessment techniques and activities of daily living (ADL’s).

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3:00pm-5:50pm 6:00pm-10:15pm

NC2211 NC2406

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3:00pm-5:50pm 6:00pm-10:15pm

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2:00pm-4:05pm 4:15pm-6:20pm

NC2211 NC2406

pta-105b therapeutic exercise ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-105A. All graded PTA courses must be passed with a grade of C or better. Focuses on rehabilitation programs used by the PTA in the clinic setting.

(01) 069743 Silva M

pta-108 advanced Modalities Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-102 Focuses on advanced forms of PT modalities used in the clinic.

(01) 069744 Einfalt S

Did you know???

All of the 2016 PTA program graduates passed their Boards with a pass rate of 100%! This means that Ohlone PTA graduates have posted a 100% pass rate on the National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam every year since 2007.

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pta-110b neurological Disorders ii Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-110A Focuses on physical therapy for disorders of the central and peripheral nervous systems.

(01) 069745 Carvalho K

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1/20/17-4/14/17 1/20/17-4/14/17

9:00am-11:25am 11:35am-2:05pm

NC2211 NC2406

pta-111 advanced procedures Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-109 Focuses on treatment of patients requiring the utilization of orthotic and prosthetic devices.

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pta-140 pta licensure preparation Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) | Prerequisite: PTA-105B Preparation for National PTA Licensure exam and California PTA Laws exam. Not applicable to associate degree.

(01) 069584 Einfalt S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

pta-301 Clinical practicum i Unit(s): 4.00 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-106 | Corequisite: PTA-104, PTA-105A, PTA-108 Practicum course focusing on disorders of the musculoskeletal system in the clinical setting.

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phyS-120 introduction to physics i Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MATH-181 | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 Newtonian mechanics, energy transformations, gases, liquids, solids, periodic motions, waves. C-ID PHYS 105

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phyS-120a introduction to physics — Calculus Supplement Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MATH-101A | Corequisite: PHYS-120 Concepts of calculus with applications to physics mechanics.

phyS-121 introduction to physics ii Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: PHYS-120 The study of light and optics, electricity, magnetism, and modern physics. C-ID PHYS 110

phyS-121a introduction to physics ii — Calculus Supplement

FP-32B FP-32B

Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: MATH-101A and PHYS-120 Concepts of Calculus with applications and problems in electromagnetism.

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(01) 069586 Morodomi C

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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) 069541 TBA (02) 069542 TBA

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Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Physics major?

9:30am-12:40pm 7:00pm-10:10pm

FP-15 FP-17

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

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pta-303 Clinical internship Unit(s): 4.50 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: PTA-302 | Corequisite: PTA-111, PTA-140 SPTA will function under the supervision of the C.I. in carrying out the duties of the Physical Therapist Assistant.

phyS-141 electricity and Magnetism Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: PHYS-140 and MATH-101B | Advisory: MATH-101C Electric and magnetic fields, DC and AC circuits, and electromagnetic fields. C-ID PHYS 210 phyS-142 Optics, heat, and Modern physics Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: PHYS-140 and MATH-101B | Advisory: PHYS-141 and MATH-101C Study of physical and geometrical optics, thermal physics and special relativity, and quantum physics. C-ID PHYS 215

Then you should earn an Associate in Science in Physics 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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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. C-ID POLS 110

069552 Wing L MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:10am-10:45am FP-3 069553 Hurtado-Ortiz J TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 12:45pm-2:20pm FP-3 070174 Quintero A MW 1/23/17-3/15/17 8:30am-11:40am NC2123 069554 TBA MW 3/27/17-5/17/17 6:00pm-9:10pm FP-30 069555 Hurtado-Ortiz J T 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:40pm NP-12 069556 Hurtado-Ortiz J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (07) 070225 Selby D 1/3/17-1/22/17 +18.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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pS-104 introduction to political theory Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A Competing traditions of political theory: the foundation of political thought; the nature and scope of politics.

(01) 069557 Selby D

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1/23/17-5/19/17 3:30pm-5:05pm FP-16 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

pS-105 Comparative government Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Governmental institutions, political processes, socio-economic development and issues in countries around the world.

(01) 069558 Selby D

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:45pm-3:20pm FP-16 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.90 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

pS-106 Constitutional law and the United States Cross-referenced Course: aJ-121 Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Principles of constitutional law, consequences of legal decisions and their role in shaping American politics.

(01) 069559 Hanna S

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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

069560 Christner-Lile D MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:35am NP-12 069561 Helms S MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am 3101 069562 Helms S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 10:45am-12:20pm 3101 069563 Helms S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-2:35pm FP-4 069564 Avila L MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 3:15pm-4:50pm FP-11 069565 Helms S W 1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-8:40pm FP-3 069566 Stamatakis J Th 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm FP-3 069567 Cooper S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (09) 069568 Citron-Pousty J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (10) 069569 Cooper S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (01) (02) (03) (04) (05) (06) (07) (08)

pSy-102 introduction to experimental psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: PSY-101 and MATH-159 | Advisory: ENGL-101A Introduction to research methods including design, analysis, and report writing. C-ID PSY 200

(01) 069570 Citron-Pousty J MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

8:00am-9:35am

FP-14

(01) 069571 Cominos R

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(01) 069572 Christner-Lile D TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

1:15pm-2:50pm

FP-11

(01) 069573 Sutton K

1/23/17-5/19/17

2:00pm-3:35pm

FP-30

pSy-104 Murder in america Cross-referenced Course: aJ-119 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Psychological and criminological aspects of murder throughout America.

pSy-105 Child Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-101A and PSY-101 Study of development in childhood, including prenatal, physical, cognitive, linguistic, social, and emotional development.

pSy-106 adolescent Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; PSY-101 Study of the period of adolescence, including social, emotional, biological, and contextual. MW

Did you know???

In Fall 2014 community college students in the United States represented 45% of all undergraduate students and 41% of all first-time freshmen. Source: American Association of Community Colleges

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pSy-108 human Development Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A; PSY-101 This course provides an overview, from a psychological perspective, of human development from conception through death. C-ID PSY 180

069574 Cooper S TTh 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-10:35am 3201 069575 Faulkenberry T S 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-12:35pm FP-3 069576 Dickinson J T 1/23/17-5/19/17 5:30pm-8:40pm FP-3 069577 Cooper S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (05) 069578 Cooper S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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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, and gender. C-ID PSY 170

(01) 069579 Helms S

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12:45pm-2:20pm

FP-4

pSy-115 abnormal psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: PSY-101 and ENGL-101A This course introduces students to psychopathology, including causes, symptoms, assessments, and treatments. C-ID PSY 120

(01) 069580 Clark A

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1/23/17-5/19/17

11:00am-12:35pm

FP-4

pSy-120 biological psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: PSY-101 | Advisory: ENGL-101A Course focuses on the role of biology, particularly the brain and the rest of the nervous system, in producing behavior. C-ID PSY 150

(01) 069581 Citron-Pousty J TTh

1/23/17-5/19/17

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re-117 Computer applications in real estate Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) This course covers software programs and hardware used in the real estate industry.

(01) 069587 TBA 2/13/17-5/19/17 +5.50 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

re-121 real estate principles Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introductory course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate.

(01) 069588 Hatter A 1/23/17-3/17/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

re-122 real estate practice Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Introductory course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate practice.

(01) 069589 Mumford T 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

re-128 real estate appraisal Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RE-121 or valid real estate license This course provides current appraisal theory and practice.

(01) 069913 TBA 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. 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 Day-to-day problems encountered by owners and/or managers of residential income properties.

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(01) 069590 TBA 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

Did you know???

36% of community college students in the United States are first generation college students. Source: American Association of Community Colleges

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Psychology major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate Degrees for Transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information.

Spring 2017

What is a Hybrid Class?

Hybrid classes are online classes that also have at least one class meeting in person. Look for the

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rt-105a intermediate laboratory i Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-101 Laboratory practice of intermediate-level therapist skills for non-intensive care use.

(01) 069602 Saliba E

(01) 069592 Saliba E

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1/23/17-5/19/17

1/27/17-3/31/17

9:00am-12:10pm

NC2222

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NC2222

rt-105b intermediate laboratory ii Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-101 Laboratory practice of intermediate-level therapist skills related to mechanical ventilation and artificial airways.

(01) 069593 Blaisdell M (02) 069594 Warnecke E

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Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-132 This course covers home care and rehabilitation of patient with chronic cardiopulmonary disease.

rt-104b principles of respiratory therapy iii Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-101 Study of advanced respiratory physiology, oxygenation, and respiratory care therapeutics Th

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(01) 069595 Saliba E 1/23/17-5/19/17 +13.50 hrs/week This class meets two days per week for two eight-hour shifts.

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rt-107 intermediate Clinical practice Unit(s): 4.00 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-101 This is a supervised clinical experience emphasizing beginning and intermediatelevel skills for RT students. rt-108 basic principles of respiratory pathophysiology Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-101 Emphasis on pathophysiology and cardiopulmonary diseases encountered by the respiratory therapist.

(01) 069596 Saliba E

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(01) 069597 Warnecke E

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1/24/17-5/2/17

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1/23/17-5/19/17

8:00am-9:35am

NC2211

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12:55pm-4:00pm +8.70 hrs/week

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NC2222

rt-130b advanced respiratory therapy ii Unit(s): 1.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-132 Cardiopulmonary pathophysiology recognition, interpretation, and treatment. rt-131b principles of Mechanical Ventilation ii Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-132 Advanced course in mechanical ventilation.

rt-135 Computer Simulation for respiratory Care Unit(s): 0.50 (GR) | Prerequisite: RT-132 This course covers preparation for Respiratory Care National Board Clinical Simulation Examination.

rt-136 Critical Care Clinical practice Unit(s): 3.50 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-132 Supervised hospital clinical practice.

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rt-138 Specialty rotations in respiratory Care Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: RT-132 Specialty rotations including but not limited to homecare, rehabilitation, and physician rotations.

rt-139 pulmonary Function testing Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Admission to the Respiratory Therapist program In-depth survey of various pulmonary laboratory methods to detect respiratory impairment/disease.

(02) 069603 Gordon R

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rt-139l Clinical practice in pulmonary Function testing Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: Admission to the Respiratory Therapist program Supervised clinical experience at area hospitals.

(01) 069604 Saliba E

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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

069605 Jovel J MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 8:00am-9:35am 3101 069606 Dutta S MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 9:45am-11:20am NC2106 069607 Waters K MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 3:00pm-4:35pm NP-12 069608 Bauermeister M T 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-9:10pm FP-11 069611 Jovel J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (06) 069610 Jovel J 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (07) 069612 Duchowny L 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (08) 070228 Dutta S 1/3/17-1/22/17 +18.00 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

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SOC-102 Social problems of a Diverse Society Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Study of social problems related to deviance, inequalities, and institutions. C-ID SOCI 115

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6:30pm-9:40pm

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Did you know???

All of the 2016 RT program graduates passed their Boards with a pass rate of 100% and all are currently employed!

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SOC-103 Social Science research Methods Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: SOC-101 | Advisory: ENGL-101A Introduces students to the basic steps and techniques used in social science research. C-ID SOCI 120

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1/23/17-5/19/17 2:10pm-3:45pm NP-7 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. 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) 069614 Basham J 2/13/17-5/19/17 +4.30 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069615 Dutta S 3/27/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

SOC-106 Chicano/latino Culture Cross-referenced Course: ChS-101 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Examination of the interaction between Chicano and American cultures.

(01) 069616 Jovel J

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1/23/17-5/19/17 1:00pm-3:30pm 6204 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069618 Rodas A MW 1/23/17-5/19/17 6:30pm-9:45pm 6205 (03) 069619 Lemon D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. There is a required online orientation the week before class starts. Information will be sent to the e-mail address on your student record. (04) 069620 Lemon D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. There is a required online orientation the week before class starts. Information will be sent to the e-mail address on your student record.

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Sociology major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Sociology 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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Span-101b elementary Spanish Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: SPAN-101A or two years high school Spanish | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing of Spanish. C-ID SPAN 110

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1/23/17-5/19/17 9:00am-11:15am NC2119 1/23/17-5/19/17 +2.00 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. (02) 069622 Wolpe A 1/23/17-5/19/17 +5.70 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started. This class requires three in-person meetings for an orientation and exams. There is a mandatory orientation on Thursday, January 26 in FP-9 on the Fremont campus. Students who do not attend the orientation will be dropped from the class. Dates, times, and location for the exams will be announced during the orientation.

Span-121b beginning Conversational Spanish Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Prerequisite: SPAN-121A or two years of high school Spanish Continuation of SPAN-121A. Recommended to further advance work in Spanish conversation.

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Span-101a elementary Spanish Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing of Spanish. C-ID SPAN 100

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Speech and Communication Studies

6:00pm-9:10pm

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SPCH courses are being taught in the Communication Studies (COMM) Department starting Summer 2016. See the Communication Studies Department on page 42 for the course listings.

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tD-100 Survey of the arts Cross-referenced Course: art-100, iS-100, MUS-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.

(01) 069674 Kramer J

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1/23/17-5/19/17

1:15pm-2:50pm

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Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Spanish major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Spanish 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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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. C-ID THTR 111

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1/23/17-5/19/17 7:00pm-9:05pm SC-116 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week SC-221 This is a “Go to the Theatre” activity class. We will travel to see 8-10 exciting local performances and attend lively group discussions. Approximate costs of tickets is $120. Students may need to arrange for transportation to the theatres.

tD-107 history of Film Cross-referenced Course: hiSt-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) 069676 Selinske R

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1/23/17-5/19/17

6:30pm-9:40pm

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tD-109 theatre for today Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A An introduction to theatre including history, significant artists, contemporary trends in live theatre, films, and special events.

(01) 069677 Atkinson D 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week WEB Online class. Students must have Internet access. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/ instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

tD-110 introduction to acting Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 A practical how-to for the beginning actor. C-ID THTR 151

(01) 069678 Smith M

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11:30am-1:35pm

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1:15pm-4:25pm

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tD-111 intermediate acting — Scene Study Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: TD-110 Intermediate level acting techniques; contemporary and classical scene study. C-ID THTR 152

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tD-114 acting for the Camera Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Includes commercial workshop, contemporary film scenes and full video production.

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tD-115a theatre improvisation Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Students will learn improvisational technique through improvised games and exercises.

1/23/17-5/19/17 10:30am-12:30pm SC-120 1/23/17-5/19/17 +1.80 hrs/week WEB Hybrid class. Students must have Internet access and be able to attend class sessions in person. Go to http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and follow the instructions for getting started.

tD-120a3 Student repertory theatre Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Auditions (for actors only) | Advisory: TD-110 A performing company of student actors, directors, producers, and designers. C-ID THTR 191

(01) 069685 Smith M MWF 1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-5:10pm SC-120 All are welcome! Actors and designers, there is no need to interview. Please register and we’ll welcome you as a company member on the first day of class. Directors, please e-mail instructor Michael Navarra Smith at mnavarrasmith@ohlone.edu to sign up for an interview.

tD-120b4 Student repertory theatre Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: Auditions (for actors only); interviews (for directors only) A performing company of student actors, directors, producers, and designers. C-ID THTR 191

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1/23/17-5/19/17 2:00pm-5:10pm SC-120 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.30 hrs/week SC-120 All are welcome! Actors and Designers, there is no need to interview. Please register and we’ll welcome you as a company member on the first day of class. Directors, please e-mail the instructor Michael Navarra Smith at mnavarrasmith@ohlone.edu to sign up for an interview.

Did you know???

Community colleges offer associate degrees and short-term job training certificates in more than 175 fields, and more than 100,000 individuals are trained each year in industry-specific workforce skills. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

Are you interested in transferring to the CSU as a Theatre major?

Then you should earn an Associate in Arts in Theatre Arts for Transfer degree from Ohlone! Associate Degrees for Transfer guarantee students admission to the CSU! See an Ohlone counselor for more information. 92

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Introduction to Acting

Acting for the beginner (and all others). Learn acting in a safe, fun, and supportive environment. Come learn the basics about body movement, voice and speech, and presentation skills used by actors, teachers, lawyers, public speakers, and in business. TD-110-01 (069678) 11:30am-1:35pm MWF

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tD-121a Dance rehearsal and performance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in a dance technique class Each student will have the opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform dance(s) on stage.

(01) 069687 Tomblin-Brown J 2/4/17-5/19/17 +7.30 hrs/week SC-174 The Ohlone Theatre and Dance Department presents the annual Spring dance production in the Jackson Theatre. All interested students will have the opportunity to perform but must be cast, or placed, in a dance(s) by the instructor to enroll in this class. Auditions will be held on Saturday, January 28 at 11:00am in the Dance Studio, SC-174. For further performance placement information, please contact Janel Tomblin-Brown at jtomblin-brown@ohlone.edu. Preview Matinee is on April 19, 2017 at 12:00pm and performances are April 20-22.

tD-121b Dance rehearsal and performance Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in a dance technique class Each student will have the opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform dance(s) on stage. All skill levels welcome.

(01) 069688 Tomblin-Brown J 2/4/17-5/19/17 +10.80 hrs/week SC-174 The Ohlone Theatre and Dance Department presents the annual Spring dance production in the Jackson Theatre. All interested students will have the opportunity to perform but must be cast, or placed, in a dance(s) by the instructor to enroll in this class. Auditions will be held on Saturday, January 28 at 11:00am in the Dance Studio, SC-174. For further performance placement information, please contact Janel Tomblin-Brown at jtomblin-brown@ohlone.edu. Preview Matinee is on April 19, 2017 at 12:00pm and performances are April 20-22.

tD-121C Dance rehearsal and performance Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in a dance technique class Each student will have the opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform a dance(s) on stage. All skill levels welcome.

(01) 069689 Tomblin-Brown J 2/4/17-5/19/17 +14.40 hrs/week SC-174 The Ohlone Theatre and Dance Department presents the annual Spring dance production in the Jackson Theatre. All interested students will have the opportunity to perform but must be cast, or placed, in a dance(s) by the instructor to enroll in this class. Auditions will be held on Saturday, January 28 at 11:00am in the Dance Studio, SC-174. For further performance placement information, please contact Janel Tomblin-Brown at jtomblin-brown@ohlone.edu. Preview Matinee is on April 19, 2017 at 12:00pm and performances are April 20-22.

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tD-130 Oral interpretation of literature Cross-referenced Course: COMM-130 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: ENGL-151B Analyze, perform, and critique multiple genres of literature. C-ID COMM 170

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tD-141a introduction to ballet Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Rhythmic movement and balance in classic ballet study. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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2:30pm-4:35pm

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10:00am-12:05pm SC-174

tD-141b intermediate ballet Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: TD-141A | Advisory: Medical check within the last year This class is for students that already have a solid foundation in ballet fundamentals. tD-142a introduction to Jazz Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Studio style, high-energy dance instruction in jazz dance techniques.

tD-142b intermediate Jazz Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: TD-142A Advanced studio style, high-energy dance instruction in jazz techniques. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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

Student Repertory Theatre Come and join an all student-run Theatre Company! Students work together to direct, act, design, and produce live theatre. This course is CSU and UC transferable. Students love this class! Register for TD-120A3-01 (069685) – OR – TD-120B4-01 (069686) MWF 2:00pm-5:10pm Spring 2017

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Intermediate Lighting for Stage/TV

Create lighting for the theatre and concert stage! Stretch your creative muscles, sharpen your eyes, and get real experience in this dynamic and growing field. Learn the styles and techniques used to light concerts, theatre, dance, events, and TV. Apply what you learn in fun and challenging Live Production projects! TD-172-01 (069719) 11:00am-12:00pm M/W, plus Lab for 3 hours and 10 minutes each week

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tD-142C advanced Jazz Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: TD-142B Advanced studio style, high-energy dance instruction in technique for the experienced jazz dancer. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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1/23/17-5/19/17

12:15pm-2:20pm

tD-143a introduction to tap Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Newcomers are welcome to this fun, upbeat class in tap styles. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. Repeatable = 3 times SC-174

tD-143b intermediate tap Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: TD-143A This is an upbeat class in intermediate level tap styles, steps, and routines. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 069697 Tomblin-Brown J MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

12:15pm-2:20pm

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tD-143C advanced tap Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: This is an advanced-level course; the student is expected to have a strong intermediate-level skill set upon enrollment. Experienced tappers enjoy this up-beat class in advanced rhythm patterns, tap styles, and choreography. Repeatable = 3 times

(01) 069698 Tomblin-Brown J MW

1/23/17-5/19/17

12:15pm-2:20pm

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tD-144a introduction to Contemporary Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Expression and musical movement in dance’s most creative style. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. Repeatable = 3 times

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tD-144b intermediate Contemporary Dance Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: TD-144A Advanced exploration of musical expression through rhythmic movement and creative style. Repeatable = 3 times

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Introduction to Stage Management

Get real job experience performing as a leader! Get hands on experience as a Stage Manager for our new Plays Festival! Learn the skills, then apply what you learn in a fun and professional environment! Any student interested in practicing leadership and teamwork to produce success should take this class! TD-179-01 (069721) 6:00pm-8:00pm Mondays, plus Lab for 3 hours and 30 minutes each week 94

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tD-148a3 introduction to hip hop Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Advisory: Medical check within the last year Expression through movement in the most contemporary of dance styles. Repeatable = 3 times

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1/23/17-5/19/17

12:15pm-2:20pm

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(01) 069708 Cooper T

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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(01) 069709 Cooper T

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1/23/17-5/19/17

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tD-148b3 intermediate hip hop Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: TD-148A3 Expression through movement in the most contemporary of dance styles. Repeatable = 3 times tD-149b Choreography for production ii Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: TD-149A Students cast, choreograph, and teach a dance in full large-scale production. tD-155a Costume Construction i Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Basic sewing skills in the use of costume, methods, and simple patterns.

tD-155b Costume Construction ii Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC | Prerequisite: TD-155A Advanced sewing skills in the use of costume, methods, and more complex patterns. tD-157 introduction to event production Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU Students in this course will participate in the preparation and daily operation of a large-scale event.

(01) 069710 Smith M 2/27/17-5/19/17 +2.50 hrs/week SC-144 This class will focus on the High School Theatre Festival on March 17, 2017 from 9:00am-5:00pm and on March 18, 2017 from 7:00am-7:00pm. Students interested in administrating, co-coordinating, officiating, and serving as liaison to the students, teachers, and judges will learn by active participation the workings of a large scale theatre festival. Meetings will be held at arranged times during the semester with the first class meeting on February 27, 2017 at 11:00am in SC-120.

Ohlone’s most entertaining class!

TD-102, Theatre Appreciation, is a local travel class. Come join your hosts for the most exciting live theatre. This course satisfies the Ohlone College Fine Arts requirement for GE (Plan A), is UC and CSU transferable, and it’s fun! Register for TD-102-01 (069675) Thursdays 7:00pm-9:05pm Interested in traveling to New York? Contact Jeff Kramer at jkramer@ohlone.edu for information on our Summer TD-102 class!

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tD-161 Stagecraft lab (theatre, television, Dance) Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Hands-on instruction and practice in stage production technologies for theatre, dance and television, including lighting, sound, sets, projection, costuming, make-up, and stage management.

(01) 069712 O’Donnell M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week SC-101 All technical lab hours fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday-Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting. (02) 069713 Cooper T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.40 hrs/week SC-206 All technical lab hours fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday-Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting.

tD-162 Stagecraft lab (theatre, television, Dance) Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Hands-on instruction and practice in stage production technologies for theatre, dance, and television--including lighting, sound, sets, projection, costuming, makeup, and stage management.

(01) 069714 O’Donnell M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week SC-101 All technical lab hours fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday-Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting. (02) 069715 Cooper T 1/23/17-5/19/17 +6.80 hrs/week SC-206 All technical lab hours fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday-Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting.

tD-163 Stagecraft lab (theatre, television, Dance) Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Hands-on instruction and practice in stage production technologies for theatre, dance, and television--including lighting, sound, sets, projection, costuming, makeup, and stage management. C-ID THTR 192

(01) 069716 O’Donnell M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +10.30 hrs/week SC-101 All technical lab hours are fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday through Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting.

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tD-164 Stagecraft lab (theatre, television, Dance) Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Hands-on instruction and practice in stage production technologies for theatre, dance, and television, including lighting, sound, sets, projection, costuming, makeup, and stage management. C-ID THTR 192

(01) 069717 O’Donnell M 1/23/17-5/19/17 +13.50 hrs/week SC-101 All technical lab hours are fulfilled during the open shop hours, Tuesday-Thursday from 1:00pm-5:15pm. Other hours by arrangement will be established during the first class meeting. Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 1:00pm in SC-101. Schedules will be established at this meeting.

tD-170 Survey of entertainment Design Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU An overview of the many career opportunities available in the exciting world of entertainment design and technology. Students will visit a variety of different entertainment workplaces. C-ID THTR 172

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11:00am-12:00pm SC-202 +3.40 hrs/week SC-202

Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) | Accepted For Credit: CSU | Advisory: TD-152 This course will teach students concepts and techniques used in lighting for stage, video production, and live events.

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tD-179 introduction to Stage Management Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) | Accepted For Credit: CSU This course will take you into the fascinating world of the stage manager. Get hands-on experience as you learn the skills of stage management in a fun and exciting environment.

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1/23/17-5/19/17 6:00pm-8:00pm SC-202 1/23/17-5/19/17 +3.80 hrs/week SC-202 This class supports the Student Rep productions. Some evening and Friday lab hours may be required. Lab hours will be assigned at the first class meeting. Please contact Matt O’Donnell at edt@ohlone.edu for more information.

tD-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.

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Did you know???

Ohlone has the highest rate of success among its 32 statewide peers of community colleges for students continuing at college and completing at least 30 units. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard

Acting for the Camera

No experience necessary! Straightforward, easy to learn, on-camera acting techniques that you can apply to any role in film, TV, commercials, and video games. It’s also a lot of fun! TD-114-01 (069680) 9:00am-11:05am MWF Spring 2017

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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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 WEX-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.

(01) 069723 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.70 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from WEX enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: January 23, 25, or 27 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus; January 26 or 27 from 11:30am-12:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

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 WEX-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.

(01) 069724 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +9.40 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from WEX enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: Jan 23, 24, or 25 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP21 on the Fremont campus; January 26 or 27 from 11:30am-12:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

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WeX-195a1 Occupational 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 WEX-195 concurrently. Work experience education for students employed in jobs that are related to a college major or occupational goal.

(01) 069726 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +4.70 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from WEX enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: January 23, 24, or 25 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus; January 26 or 27 from 11:30am-12:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

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(01) 069727 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +9.40 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from WEX enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: January 23, 24, or 25 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus; January 26 or 27 from 11:30am-12:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

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 WEX-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.

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(01) 069729 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +18.80 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from WEX enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: January 25, 26, or 27 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus; January 28 or 29 from 11:30am-12:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

(01) 069728 Martin S 1/23/17-5/19/17 +14.00 hrs/week FP-21 Students must attend a mandatory orientation to enroll in this class. Students who do not attend at least one orientation session will be dropped from enrollment. Choose one of the following sessions: January 23, 24, or 25 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in FP-21 on the Fremont campus.

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holds on records

Students with unfulfilled obligations to Ohlone College may not be allowed to register until their obligations are fulfilled. Registration holds may be placed on student records for financial obligations such as unpaid enrollment fees, library fines, bad checks, or for disciplinary actions. Students must arrange for removal of all holds in order to register for classes and/or request transcripts.

it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of the academic regulations listed in this Class Schedule, the Student handbook, and the Ohlone College Catalog.

registration and attendance

Students are responsible for ensuring that they are officially enrolled in classes, that course prerequisites have been met, and for attending the first and all subsequent class meetings. Students may be dropped by their instructor for not attending the first class meeting or for excessive absences. Although instructors have the right to drop students for nonattendance at the first or subsequent class meetings, it is the student’s responsibility to drop classes. Students who do not attend class, do not drop the class, and have not been dropped by the instructor are held responsible for fees, grades, and other obligations.

Students should not stop payment on their checks. Students who stop payment on a check for Enrollment Fees will be assessed the fee for a returned check and will be responsible for all fees other than enrollment in dropped classes. This action will create an unpaid obligation to the College and the student will be unable to receive transcripts or register for future courses until the debt is satisfied.

adding Classes

Students should refer to the Academic Calendar on page 2 for important registration dates. Students are expected to enroll in full-term classes by the date listed on the Academic Calendar and the Ohlone Web site.

To add a class after the last day to add without add authorization code, students must obtain an Add Authorization Code from the instructor. Students will log on to their WebAdvisor account and use the Add Authorization Code to enroll in the class. It is the student’s responsibility to enroll in the class using the Add Authorization Code issued by the instructor.

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Waitlisting

Waitlisting is a way to electronically stand in line for a filled class. During the registration period, students may place themselves on a waitlist for specific classes that are filled. During the registration process, if a class is filled, students will be asked on WebAdvisor if they want to add to the waitlist. If space becomes available in the class, students on the waitlist will be added to the class and notified by e-mail. Students are added to the class from the waitlist in the order they were added to the waitlist. Students may check their status on the waitlist via their WebAdvisor account. There is no guarantee that students on a waitlist will be added into the class. Students who have blocks preventing registration such as an outstanding account balance, unmet prerequisites, conflicts with another class, overloads, or other academic issues will not be added into a class from the waitlist even if space is available. These students will remain on the waitlist until the issue preventing registration is resolved by the student.

Students are restricted from waitlisting in more than one section of a class (an example would be English 101A-01 and English 101A-02). WebAdvisor will allow a student who is already registered in one section of a class to waitlist in one other section of the class. However, students will not be added into the waitlisted class while they are still registered in a different section of the same class. The student must drop the registered class in order to be moved into the next available space in the waitlisted class. Students who decide not to take a class for which they are waitlisted must remove themselves from the waitlist. Students are liable for any fees and grades received if they fail to remove themselves from the waitlist, and are subsequently registered from the waitlist. Students must attend the first class session of any class for which they are waitlisted. Those students who do not attend the first day of class will not be added based upon their waitlist status, even if space opens up in the class. Students are added into classes from the waitlist through the day prior to the first class session. After that date, faculty will have complete control over which students are added into their classes.

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Students should refer to the Academic Calendar on page 2 for add and drop deadlines for full-term classes. The Academic Calendar does not apply to self-paced classes, short-term classes, year-long classes, or classes meeting more or less than the full semester. For classes with 10 or fewer meeting times, the drop deadline is before the class begins. Students may use WebAdvisor to drop a full-term class through the last day to drop with a W. Students who drop classes after the 20% point of class meetings will receive a W grade. However, a W grade is not punitive. Students are responsible for the proper revision of their class schedules. Students who stop attending a class are responsible for verifying the drop through WebAdvisor. If this is not done the student may be registered in the class to the end of the semester, receive an F grade, and be charged for the class.

Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, students are restricted in the number of W grades they may receive in the same course. Once a student has three W’s in the same course at Ohlone College the student will be restricted from registering for the course again. Any grade received by a student, including a W, counts as an enrollment.

Withdrawals Due to non-payment

Each time a student registers for a class a confirmation screen will appear on WebAdvisor and the student will receive a follow up e-mail message. Students have five calendar days to make payment arrangements for their enrolled classes. If payment has not been processed via WebAdvisor or by the Cashier’s Office by midnight on the fifth day, students may be dropped from those specific classes. Once the waitlist process is run that day, any empty seats in classes will be filled by qualified students from the waitlists. Students dropped due to non-payment may register again for the class if there are available seats or may place themselves on the waitlist.

attendance

Students who do not attend the first or second class meeting may be dropped by the instructor to allow room for other students. The instructor establishes the attendance policy for each class. Students are responsible for knowing the attendance policy for their classes. Students are responsible for dropping classes they are unable to complete. Refer to the Academic Calendar on page 2 for important dates that affect dropping classes.

Class Selection limits

1. Students may register for only one section of any class per semester.

2. Students may not register for a class in which an Incomplete grade was received in a prior semester. 3. Students may not register for classes meeting at the same time or that overlap.

4. Students may not register for more than 17.5 units during Fall and Spring Semesters and 8.5 units during Summer Term without permission from the Counseling Department.

prerequisites

Many courses have prerequisites that must be successfully completed prior to enrollment. If students have registered for a course while still completing a prerequisite, they will be dropped from the course after final grades are posted if they have not met the requirement of a grade of C or better in the prerequisite course. Students who have completed the course prerequisite at another college or university must speak to a counselor (Building 7, third floor on the Fremont campus or at the Student Services Center in Room 1312 on the Newark campus) about getting the prerequisite waived. Information about clearing prerequisites is available online at www.ohlone.edu/counseling/ aboutcounseling/clearprereqs.html/. Students will not be able to register for classes if Ohlone does not have records that demonstrate successful completion of course prerequisites. Please note that per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations Kindergarten-12th grade classes cannot be used to meet college prerequisites.

repeating Courses

Courses that may be repeated for credit are designated by the word “repeatable” in the Ohlone College catalog. Students cannot register for a course for which the repeatable limit has been reached. Enrollment will not be allowed in a nonrepeatable course that was previously completed with a grade of C or better. Enrollments will also not be allowed in a course that has already been repeated the maximum times allowed, per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. A course with a letter grade, including a W, counts as an enrollment. Any course may be repeated one time to improve a substandard grade (D, F, or NP) previously received in the course. In such cases, only the most recent grade and units will be computed in the student’s GPA and unit totals. However, colleges are required, by law, to post both grades on transcripts.

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Per §58161 of the California Code of Regulations, students may enroll in a non-repeatable course a maximum of three times if the student has earned a substandard grade (D, F, or NP) or a W in the course. Effective Summer 2012, once a student has enrolled in a non-repeatable course three times the student will not be allowed to enroll in the same course again at Ohlone College. A course with a letter grade, including a W, counts as an enrollment. While this policy is effective Summer 2012, it is applied retroactively to all Ohlone students, regardless of when the student enrolled in the non-repeatable course. If a student has enrolled in a non-repeatable course twice at Ohlone College, then the third enrollment at Ohlone will become the final enrollment at Ohlone, regardless of the grade earned by the student. For example: During Spring 2016 a student received a W in ENGL-101A, a non-repeatable course. During Fall 2016 the same student received an F in ENGL-101A. The next time that the student takes ENGL-101A, regardless of the grade (A, B, C, D, F, P, NP, or W), is the last time ENGL-101A can be taken at Ohlone College.

pass/no pass

Many courses offer students the option of taking classes for a letter grade or pass/no pass. The pass/no pass option allows students the opportunity to explore courses outside the current major interest without undue concern for the grade point average. A student is limited to ONE pass/no pass course per semester, in addition to Basic Skills, guidance, PE and/or courses offered for pass/no pass only. Students must submit the Pass/ No Pass Authorization Form to the Office of Admissions and Records at the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center at the Newark campus by the deadline listed in the Academic Calendar in this Class Schedule or on the Admissions and Records Web page. A maximum of 15 units of pass/no pass courses may be attempted and applied to the associate degree. Courses taken on a pass/no pass basis cannot be used to satisfy the major field requirements for an associate degree or Certificate of Achievement. Students should refer to the current Catalog for further details.

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Students requesting an overload must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or higher and must have completed at least 15 units of college or university coursework after graduation from high school.

Student enrollment history will also be considered. For example, students who have withdrawn from several classes, especially during terms in which previous overloads have been granted, may be denied permission to enroll in an overload for the following term.

auditing

Students who wish to audit a graded credit class may do so under the following conditions:

• Class attendance as an auditor shall be permitted only after students otherwise desiring to enroll in the class for credit toward a degree or certificate have had an opportunity to enroll. • Not all classes are eligible for audit. Class attendance as an auditor shall be permitted only after approval has been obtained from the instructor. • The audit form must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus by the add deadline for the class. • No student auditing a class shall be permitted to change enrollment status in that class to receive credit. • Auditors must pay the appropriate audit fees. Enrollment Fees may not be used to pay for auditing a class. • The non-refundable audit fee is $15 per unit per term.

• Students enrolled in credit classes for 10 or more semester units shall not be charged a fee to audit 3 or fewer units per term. To obtain this credit, students must contact the Cashier’s Office (Building 19 on the Fremont campus) after the third week of a full term.

Catalog rights

Pursuant to California Code of Regulations §40401, a student pursuing an associate degree or Certificate of Achievement may follow the General Education and major requirements for the degree or requirements for the certificate which are published in the catalog effective for the academic year in which the student first began attendance at Ohlone College, or regulations current at the time the student files for and receives the degree or certificate. Exceptions to this policy would be by the petition process. Students pursuing academic programs that require a separate application process are assigned to the catalog year in which the student is accepted into the program.

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A course in which a student receives a W grade is not considered completed. The preceding catalog rights are subject to the following limitation: a student who does not complete an Ohlone College course(s) during a period of six consecutive terms, including Summer terms, forfeits the right to follow the degree or certificate requirements set forth in any catalog prior to their resumption of studies. For the purpose of this section, the effective period of a catalog extends from the beginning of a Fall Semester to the close of the subsequent Summer Term. Please note that the College may require substitutions for required courses that have been discontinued.

The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is a statewide numbering system independent from the course numbers assigned by Ohlone College. A C-ID number signals that 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 number. Students should go to www.assist.org to confirm how each college’s course will be accepted at another college or university for transfer credit.

Did you know???

Nearly ³ of all Chicanas and Chicanos who receive doctorates first attend a community college. Source: Community College League of California

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Student Services helps students achieve success in all aspects of college life. The Student Services staff is committed to student progress toward academic, career, and personal/social goals.

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The Office of Admissions and Records provides students with admission and registration assistance, transcripts and enrollment verifications, and degree and certification processing. WebAdvisor provides access to student accounts around the clock. Admissions and Records information and forms are available on the Admissions and Records Web site at www.ohlone.edu/admissions/. Students may also e-mail questions to admissions@ohlone.edu.

Drop Box service is available in Building 7, second floor lobby on the Fremont campus. Hours for the Fremont campus are posted outside the Office of Admissions and Records, on the Admissions and Records Web site at www.ohlone.edu/admissions/, and by telephone at (510) 659-6100. Enrollment Verifications are normally produced within five business days. Students should allow for additional processing time during registration periods. Official transcripts are obtained by requesting them through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) or through the Transcripts Plus link at www.ohlone.edu/org/admissions/transcripts.html.

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Athletics is an academic program that produces significant student learning outcomes that relate directly to success in life. The Athletics Program aims to support student success in accomplishing these learning outcomes as well as monitoring and reaching a variety of academic achievement goals including GPA, course and program completion, and transfer. The Student Learning Outcomes related to Athletics include the following:

• Value the importance of and develop a regular regimen of physical activity and/or exercise. • Develop sport specific skill sets in preparation for transfer or entry into professional and/or Olympic sports.

• Demonstrate critical thinking skills as they apply to game strategies and situations.

• Develop and demonstrate the connection between preparation for and execution of work, commitment to personal and team goals, acceptance of team diversity, and leadership skills.

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Ohlone College is a member of the Coast Conference. This conference includes colleges that are located throughout the Greater Bay Area, including regions such as Santa Cruz, Gilroy, Monterey, San Jose, and San Francisco. The sports that are offered at Ohlone College include: Fall Soccer (Men and Women) Volleyball (Women) Water Polo (Men and Women) Winter Basketball (Men and Women)

Spring Baseball (Men) Softball (Women) Swim/Dive (Men and Women)

Eligibility requirements can be found on the California Community College Athletics Association’s (CCCAA) Web site at www.cccaasports.org. These requirements include active enrollment in the college with a minimum of 12 units (9 academic), have never played professionally in their interested sport, and have a current sports physical on file with the Athletic Trainer. Students who are interested in participating in an intercollegiate sport should contact the respective sport coach or the Kinesiology, Athletics, and Broadcasting Division Office for further information.

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bookstore refund policy

1. Original receipt is required for all refunds.

2. New textbooks must be brought back in new (“mint”) condition. Bundles or packages must be unopened, with the seal intact. 3. Opened, exposed, or compromised access codes in any way are non-refundable. 4. Textbooks purchased after the rush deadline have two business days to be returned for a full refund.

5. Please contact a Bookstore associate directly at (510) 6596061 to find out about the rush deadline specifics or ask any other questions.

bookstore refund exceptions

No refunds or exchanges will be given on catalogs, magazines, computer hardware, software, computer diskettes, zip disks, food items, health/beauty aids, sale/discounted merchandise, or special orders.

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(510) 659-6111 – Fremont Campus (510) 742-2311 – newark Campus www.ohlone.edu/security

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book buyback

The Bookstore buys textbooks year-round. Visit the Bookstore to receive additional information.

bookstore Check policy

The following information is required for all checks:

1. Name and current address imprinted on the check. PO Box addresses are not accepted.

2. Current Ohlone student ID number and California driver’s license/California ID with an address matching the address on the check. 3. Telephone number must be printed or written on the check.

There is a $25 dollar service charge for any checks returned to the Bookstore for insufficient funds.

The Ohlone College Police Services, known as Campus Police Services (CPS), Safety and Security, was established by Board of Trustees Resolution 63-74-75. The officers are trained, and the training reimbursed, per Commission of Peace Officer Standards and Training Guidelines, Resolution 66-81-82. The College is committed to full implementation of the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Safety Act of 1990 or Clery Act (20 USC 10929(f), VAWA (the Violence Against Women Act), and Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act. The responsibilities of CPS include campus security, traffic, parking control, prevention and detection of crime, and enforcement of federal, state, and municipal laws. CPS has the primary responsibility for directing, planning, and controlling vehicle and pedestrian traffic on College grounds. CPS oversees the painting of roadways and curbs, placement of control signs, removal of hazardous obstructions, and other related tasks.

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(510) 979-7555 www.ohlone.edu/career

Career Services provides resources to students wishing to explore careers and/or employment. Career testing is available for those students who are undecided about their educational and occupational goals via the Personal Development (PD-150) course. For students wishing to work in the community, Career Services works with Bay Area employers to advertise the best available jobs for students. For full-time, regular employment, Career Services works in partnership with the Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center (see page 111). Students are encouraged to make an appointment with a counselor (in Building 7, third floor on the Fremont campus) to learn about the services offered.

CaShier’S OFFiCe

(510) 659-6073 www.ohlone.edu/studentrec

The Cashier’s Office is located in Building 19 on the Fremont campus. The Cashier’s Office takes payments and issues refunds. The Student Receivable Office, an extension of the Cashier’s Office, is available to assist students with issues related to the charges on their student account. Questions can be e-mailed to studentreceivable@ohlone.edu.

Window hours

The Cashier’s Office is open from 12:00pm-4:00pm on Mondays and Tuesdays and 10:00am-4:00pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

payment

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

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the Frequently Asked Questions please visit the Cashier’s Office Web site at www.ohlone.edu/studentrec/. Students need to make sure when they choose a payment plan 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

1. Pay with a credit card. Students may pay with a credit card via their WebAdvisor account (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) or at the Cashier’s Office (Fremont campus, Building 19). Students may use a debit card for this option if the debit card has a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express logo. 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/) or 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 non-refundable fee for this payment plan option.

4. Pay at the Cashier’s Office. Students have five calendar days from the time of their most recent registration activity to pay through the Cashier’s Office (Fremont campus, Building 19). Students may pay in person with cash, check, or credit card. Mailed checks must be received in the Cashier’s Office within five calendar days of registration. Checks may be mailed to Ohlone College Cashier, 43600 Mission Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94539.

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

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Ohlone offers 190 degrees and certificates, including 23 associate degrees for transfer (ADT), 52 associate degrees (AA or AS), 27 Certificates of Achievement, and 88 Certificates of Accomplishment.

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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 fullterm class. Refunds requested for the current term should be completed within four weeks following the last day to add a fullterm class. Refunds for all previous terms will be processed within two to three weeks after the student’s request is submitted to the Cashier’s Office. Students should check the Refund Time Table on the Cashier’s Office Web page at www.ohlone.edu/org/studentrec/refunds.html#refundtime table/ for the actual date of the refund. Please note that students who have a credit balance from a previous term must pay off the current term in full before the refund can be processed. Refund forms may be picked up at the Cashier’s Office (Building 19 on the Fremont campus). Students may also request a refund by e-mail or through the Cashier’s Office Web site. Instructions for requesting a refund online are available at www.ohlone.edu/studentrec/. Students may also request at the Cashier’s Office that the credit be transferred to the current term.

COMMUnity eDUCatiOn

(510) 979-7590 commed.ohlone.edu

Community Education courses are designed to meet the not-forcredit, continuing education needs of individuals in the Tri-Cities area. At Ohlone College Community Education, the goal is to provide a wide range of programs to meet community needs and interests, as well as provide something for everyone. Community Education aims 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 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.

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.

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Online learning

The Ohlone Community Education Department’s online learning offerings allow students to take interest-based, professional development, and career changing programs from the comfort of their own home.

Courses are project-oriented 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 and at any time of the day or night. Online learning education partners include:

University Alliance LERN – UGotClass

Traffic School Online Drivers Ed Online

Gatlin Educational Services •California Notary Class Online Education to Go

College Tax School

Workforce education and Career Development

The 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.

Ohlone for Kids and teens (510) 979-7597 www.ohloneforkids.com

Ohlone for Kids and Teens offers a unique blend of academic enrichment classes for students grades 2-11. Students will develop confidence and feel safe while engaging in hands-on learning activities that stimulate their interest and growth through an interactive, facilitative workshop format. Students practice critical thinking skills and enjoy a variety of activities including Arts/Performing Arts, Language Arts, English, Math, Reading, LEGO Rebotics, Electronics, Science, Social Studies, and SAT/College Preparation. Ohlone for Kids and Teens is offered from June through August. In addition, after school classes are held during the school year to students enrolled in a school where partner classes are held. After school programs are currently held in partnership with Ardenwood Elementary, Azevada Elementary, Brookvale Elementary, Chadbourne Elementary, James Leitch Elementary, Mission San Jose Elementary, Oliveira Elementary, Parkmont Elementary, and Warm Springs Elementary.

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limitations, progress reports, and other services to help students succeed. Notification about poor academic standing is e-mailed a few weeks after the end of Fall and Spring Semesters.

Ohlone College, through its Corporate Education and Workforce Development Department, is a leading educational provider that can deliver comprehensive workforce solutions to the local Fremont-Newark businesses, industry, government, and individuals.

(510) 659-6079 www.ohlone.edu/dsps

(510) 742-2319 www.ohlone.edu/org/workforce/

The mission is to provide high quality, accessible training and services that

• provide businesses, industries, and government with a worldclass workforce and a competitive advantage; • enable the Fremont-Newark community to acquire knowledge and skills to obtain and maintain prosperous career opportunities and enhance their quality of life.

Through business partnerships, certificate courses, not-for-credit classes, and customized training programs, Corporate Education can help business improve the bottom line. No matter what the business need, the qualified staff at Corporate Education can work with businesses to develop high quality solutions that fit their budget. Corporate Education offers many options for improving the bottom line. Some of these options include:

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Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) provide support services, mobility orientation, counseling, and registration to students with disabilities.

Deaf and hard-of-hearing Students (510) 344-5700 (Vp)

Advising, counseling, and coordination of accommodations and special services are available for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students.

Disabled Students (510) 659-6079

Advising, counseling, and coordination of accommodations and special services are available for Disabled students.

• Corporate College

interpreter Services (510) 659-6271 (Voice) (510) 344-5701 (Vp) www.ohlone.edu/dsps/is/handbook_deafstudent.html

(510) 659-6110 – Fremont Campus (510) 742-2340 – newark Campus www.ohlone.edu/counseling

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• Needs Analysis/Performance Consulting • Customized Training

Interpreter Services provides interpreters, real-time captioners, and notetakers to Deaf students for classes, meetings, and college events.

COUnSeling

Counselors assist students individually and in groups by discussing academic, career, social, and personal counseling matters. Counselors also work with students to develop individualized Student Education Plans (SEP). Additionally, special workshops and classes are offered to help with other college-related concerns.

Student academic Standing

Students on academic or progress probation, subject to dismissal, and/or dismissal standing are monitored by counselors. The Counseling Department utilizes workshops, individual appointments, Personal Development classes, unit

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(510) 659-6152 www.ohlone.edu/eops

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) provide academic and financial support services to low-income students who meet specific program criteria. EOPS services include assistance with the admissions process, academic and personal counseling, and book purchasing assistance for students who meet program requirements. Additionally, EOPS students who are single parents receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) and who have children under the age of 14 may participate in the CARE and CalWORKS programs. Contact the EOPS Office at (510) 659-6152 for an application and additional information.

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FinanCial aiD

Students may conveniently obtain a FAFSA Worksheet from the kiosk located outside the Financial Aid Office to complete prior to submitting the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov. Ohlone’s school code is 004481.

(510) 659-6150 – Fremont Campus (510) 742-2340 – newark Campus (nC1312) www.ohlone.edu/finaid

The Financial Aid Office is located in Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus and in the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. For information on grants, loans, scholarships, enrollment fee waivers, and other aid available, please contact the Financial Aid staff or go to the Financial Aid Web page at www.ohlone.edu/finaid/. Transfer students who were determined eligible for financial aid at another college should immediately contact the Ohlone College Financial Aid Office.

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When students apply for Federal financial aid they will need to create a FSA ID with the U.S. Department of Education. The user name and password created confirms the student’s identity when financial aid information is accessed and Federal Student Aid documents are electronically signed. Dependent students will need to have a parent create a FSA ID to sign the FAFSA. To create the FSA ID go to https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/.

FaFSa Completion

To complete the FAFSA—new or renewal—students will need income information from the previous year. For the 2016-2017 academic year (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017) students will need 2015 income tax information. For the 2017-2018 academic year (Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018) students will also need 2015 income tax information. Following are the documents needed to complete the FAFSA:

• Social Security Number

• Driver’s license number (if any)

• Alien Registration card (for students who are not U.S. citizens)

• The student’s (and the spouse’s, if legally married—including same-sex marriage), Federal Tax Return Transcript, or tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. • The parents’ Federal Income Tax Return transcript

Note: A new parent marital status option of “unmarried, but both parents living together” will allow both legal parents to enter information when the parents are not married to each other.

Also the Supreme Court’s recent decision in United States v. Windsor changed the federal definition of marriage to include same-sex couples where both parents are legal